Monday, 23 December 2013

Service is very important when ordering dental supplies

Purchasing of medical and dental supplies has changed over the last few years, these days most items are bought over telephone and internet which means businesses rely on a parcel service to bring orders to the office, surgery or practice you work for. After the order is placed every customer wants to know:-
           1) The time the delivery will arrive.  Some dental and medical practices close in the afternoon so they would not want a delivery while they are closed.  Also the time of the delivery is important as an urgent part might be required for use on a patient.
           2) The date it will arrive. When a customer places an order they want it “yesterday.” Some companies offer a same day delivery service (F2 medical supplies that have a same day service for their local Leicester customers.) But most will offer a 24 hour or longer.
Any good dental and medical supplies company will send the boxes with a professional courier who have a tracking facility so the customer is aware of the status of the delivery at all times.                                                               
            3) Quality of delivery.  As you know that if you get a delivery and the box is all broken you will be very annoyed and upset. Items which you have ordered can be damaged, scratched and maybe missing.
Companies such as F2 medicalsupplies use professional couriers (UK mail) as they understand that premium delivery standards have to complement the premium quality of their medical and dental supplies.

Quality service and price is very important in the medical and dental consumables and disposables industry. At F2 medical it is realised any surgery or practice can run out of products and cannot get to order until late due to the hecticness of a normal working day. They have implemented a 4pm cut off time for all order and still guarantee a next day delivery; in addition if the order is over £60.00, the next day delivery service is completely free.

Thursday, 19 December 2013

Dental medical supplier equipments

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The time has come for all dental practices to start looking at what they pay for their dental consumables  the days of buying from the old guard has gone as the “go compare” society can quite easily check online if they are paying too much for their dental consumables. Savings can be made on so many items that due to new regulation have to be disposable. The rise of new company’s such as f2 medical supplies has highlighted this gap in the market for family run independents to provide competitively priced products.
They can typically save dental practices between 40-50% on their dental consumables and often their customers can not believe how much they were being over charged by previous suppliers. A large seven surgery practice recently decided to start shopping around to see if they could save from their supplier who had supplied them for the past twenty years. They noticed a massive difference and when they had their last year accounts drawn up saved over forty thousand pounds off their expenses. This was a saving of over 30% and what could your practice do with is kind of saving and how much could it add to your bottom line enough for a very very nice holiday. You may think that the prices you pay are good but by saving even a small amount adds up in the end of the year and do you get inferior products? We checked products supplied from leading suppliers against whats available from dental consumable suppliers such as f2 medical supplies ltd and found them to be exactly the same and in some cases the goods from the independent were of a superior quality. Dental  Practices these days have been squeezed by the nhs reducing contracts and uda values and the cqc are making practices implement even more regulation and cost so its never been a better time to look at where a practice can save well wages aren’t going to go down are they?