One of the biggest problems that wholesalers and retailers often face is that the sold products are returned by the end-user, due to a manufacturing default in some aspect of it. The end user obviously blames the dealer/wholesaler, for that is where he/she procured the product. In order to avoid situations like this, and to better handle them in case any do, having a trusted manufacturer of laminated log homes, houses and other wood and timber products is essential, and that is what Eurodita Cabins claim to be.
Eurodita Log Structures is a manufacturer of cabins, log houses, summerhouses, BBQ huts, garages, wooden pavilions and a host of other products. The product catalogue is well above 600 distinct products, each produced using excellent quality materials as per its requirements. Having been around since 1992, Eurodita primarily functions with a b2b model, wherein they supply wholesalers and retailers with their products, who further sell them to end users.
For dealers wishing to tie-up with a Lithuanian Timber Factory to further sell products to end users, Eurodita offers an opportunity that promises quality products along with all the requisite support that may be required. For every dealer can sleep knowing that the products being sold come with minimal defects, and can be used without any hassles by the end user-, which is the kind of range that Eurodita aims towards supplying. With all that retailers and end-users have to say about Eurodita and its products, this may just be inching towards the truth.
Every dealer tying up with them gets the guarantee of an exclusive dealership. This means that the products provided will be under the dealer’s private label, and no competing dealer within the nearby areas will be supplied with Eurodita Products. For better adjusting products with the end-user requirements, regular visits are paid at every dealer’s location for knowing what can be changed and made better. Every good manufacturer ensures that even after product delivery, quality control and improvement measures are taken for making better products in the future.
For dealers who are wondering as to what the right decision may be, a point worth nothing is the Tuindeco (a Dutch firm) v/s Eurodita case. In this, Eurodita was sued on grounds of Plagiarism. However, the won the case, and now use it as an indicator of their high-quality products being sold at low prices- something that not many manufacturers in the area do. Eurodita has been around for a number of years, and promises to stay on for many more. As they continue to service retailers, striving to provide them with products that the end-user will rely on, it will be exciting to see where this growing company goes next.
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