This question has two answers:
All too often the junior sales reps that work here at Save On Supplies are greated with stock answers when trying to make contact with potential customers.
The usual suspects are "We already have a supplier" or "We are happy with the company we are using", this position is quite correct to guard important personel from unwanted sales calls alll day when they have busy important jobs to be doing.
However, if you are serious about your business we would suggest at least having a strategy for dealing with sales calls. This could be a simple voicemail box that takes down details, or an e-mail address that can accept proposals.
More importantly, as a business owner you should be making the people that answer the telephone aware of your desire to save money on everyday hygiene related supplies, along with a view to improving the service you receive.
Some supplies companies become lazy in their approach to excisting customers and also allow the prices to creep up over time. A new supply company will be keen to do business with you and impress.
When did you last put your hygiene supplies out to tender?
Make a point of contacting companies like Save On Supplies on a 6 monthly basis to compare the prices you are currently paying with the prices they can provide. You don't have to change, but it's healty to ensure you are receiving the best prices and service.
In the age of price comparisson websites we are quite happy to put our insurance, both personal and commercial out to tender to make sure we are getting the price and service available, this makes sense.
Let us do the work for you. We can carry out a cost comparrison and do all of the leg work, just send us the list of items that you purchase and we will send you back our best price.