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How Single Source Procurement Can Assist You

Greetings from the team at Single Source Procurement.  As your procurement partners, we're always working to implement new opportunities to assist in keeping your operation running efficiently while saving you money.   

✔️Equipment needs - there are a number of specials being offered by our suppliers for both new and used. 

✔️Stockroom management -  we'll manage the inventory of the everyday chemicals, consumables, and other items you keep on-hand.

✔️New vendor relationships -  we've partnered with a number of new suppliers that are proving to provide the best pricing on commonly order items.

✔️Vendor base - we have over 700 established vendors so you don’t have to be burdened with establishing them yourself.

✔️Cost accounting -  We can work with your accountant to optimize your cost of goods.

✔️Packaging\Shipping – we can offer best practice options for packaging and shipping your items while passing along discounted shipping rates we receive from our shipping partners.

✔️Manage lab move\relocation – we have had excellent success in handling complete facility moves.

✔️Help sell used equipment –   We have a successful eBay store and relationships with vendors who purchase used equipment resulting in you getting the most for your surplus.

✔️Startup assistance - We can help start-ups with their financial challenges.

✔️We eliminate the time and costs associated with setting up new accounts with vendors since we already have those in place.

✔️In a crisis, you have a whole procurement company at your disposal.

✔️New lab construction – we are experienced in helping with your design and build-out.


    Your Customer Relations Team!

    Tammy French          734-368-4888
    Jim Birch                     734-476-2147
    Kristen Engster           269-372-8732
    Jen McGuirk               734-233-3086
    Debbie Golzynski       269-353-5561
    Bob Engster                269-372-3997

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