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How much should I pay for Uniform Rental in Canada?
What is the average price of Uniform Rental in Canada?
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Has the price of Uniform Rental in Canada been rising or falling?
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I’m not ready to purchase Uniform Rental in Canada yet. Will I pay more if I wait too long?
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What other costs are associated with purchasing Uniform Rental in Canada?
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Questions to ask potential suppliers
How can I gain leverage during negotiations?
- What is your turnaround time for delivering laundered uniforms?
- What are your weekly laundering charges?
- Are there additional charges for wastewater or energy costs? What do these charges amount to?
- Does your company charge for laundering based on the number of uniforms being laundered at that time or the number of uniforms in the contract?
- What is your policy on fee changes? What is your policy on fee changes for ancillary rates?
- Would you be willing to provide a sample invoice?
- Will you allow my company to visually inspect any damaged garments before a fee is assessed?
- What is the cost of adding a new wearer after the initial contract is set?
- How do you win and retain clients?
- What is your reputation among your customers, and how have you developed your reputation?
- Do you offer any incentives to customers that refer businesses or individuals to your company?
- How long have you had your longest-tenured client? What do you consider to be the reason for their loyalty?
- How do you handle emergency requests for uniforms?
- How long have you operated in the uniform rental market?
- Have you ever been involved in a merger, acquisition or divestment? How has this impacted your business?
- What is your contract renewal rate?
- Why have past clients chosen not to renew service contracts with you?
- Why have past clients chosen to terminate contracts with you? What measures did you take to rectify the situation?
- Do you manufacture your apparel in-house, or do you source your uniforms from a third-party vendor?
- How do you enforce quality standards for upstream manufacturers, if applicable?
- How does an increase in raw material prices, such as cotton and polyester, affect your bottom line?
- Can you tell me about a time you encountered a supply chain disruption? What measures did you take to mitigate this disruption?
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Key elements for every RFP
What should my RFP include?
- If one exists, buyers should specify their budget for the desired uniform rental services as well as related products and services.
- Buyers should include information about any budgetary constraints.
- Buyers should evaluate potential vendors based on their compliance with the technical specifications stated in the RFP.
- Buyers should evaluate potential vendors based on their ability to provide a superior level of customer service, as evidenced by references.
- Buyers should evaluate potential vendors based on their qualifications and experience.
- Buyers should evaluate potential vendors based on uniform prices and ancillary costs.
- Buyers should include the date when proposals are due and when the award will be announced.
- Buyers should specify the desired project start date.
- Buyers should outline the length and terms of the contract and the cancellation policy.
- Buyers should outline any other key dates for the RFP.