AMMEX Reduces the Risk of Sourcing Disposable Gloves

Disposable gloves on a production line.

We frequently hear from customers who say they bought gloves from another vendor at a low price, but they can’t find that deal again. In fact, that vendor can’t seem to source the glove at all.

If you’re an industrial distributor, you’ve likely come across vendors who can’t be trusted to consistently deliver what you need at a price that works for you. Sure, it’s nice to save a few bucks here or there on a case of gloves, but can you count on that arrangement to hold up over time?

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Top 6 Selling Points for Raised Diamond Texture Gloves

Gloveworks Orange Nitrile Gloves with Raised Diamond Texture

Are disposable gloves an integral part of your distribution business? Have you been looking for a flagship product to put your sales over the top and become a leader for your glove line—or maybe just a glove that both you and your customers can count on?

The solution is Gloveworks Nitrile with Raised Diamond Texture (RDT). These durable industrial gloves, which come in 8-mil orange and green as well as 6-mil black and royal blue, will not only deliver excellent margins for you, but they’ll also keep your customers coming back for more.

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Find the Opportunities to Help Your Company Sell RDT Gloves

A hand wearing a Gloveworks orange nitrile glove works on an engine.

You won’t find oversaturation in the disposable glove marketplace. There is always an untapped need, if you look in the right places.

One of our distributors, it turns out, didn’t have to look far. He saw potential in selling gloves, convinced his management that AMMEX was the company to work with, and has seen excellent results—all in a relatively short time frame.

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Supply Chain Inflation Impacting Disposable Glove Pricing

Coins spread out on a map to signify inflation.

Numerous factors are affecting the cost of disposable gloves. Soaring oil prices, shipping rates that are expected to in some cases double, and logistics costs from compromised supply chains all add up to distributors potentially paying more for gloves in the second half of 2022.

Inflation is currently the worst it has been in four decades. Since late 2020, the global inflation rate has risen sharply, driven by such supply chain-related factors as raw materials, labor, shipping, and the lower cost of capital.

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