In the greater scheme of things,as we all know, some things cost more. Some cost less. Often it is believed that higher price will ensure quality and well spent money … in some cases not:(
How we price our stock is based on rather simple codes of practice.
It costs us something to get it in then we add some on top to make it worth our while and keep us going. Of course this brief idea is questionable … What does it take to keep us going and how often do we send our entire staff on a one month cruise?
An example of how we price our instruments.
- Cost of instrument in + a margin.
- Material and setup parts added in.
- Time spent on getting the instrument to perfection.