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Nhà phân phối máy giặt công nghiệp cấp 1 tại Việt Nam là đơn vị ?

Nhu cầu về sử dụng dịch vụ giặt là lớn cũng kéo theo nhu cầu sử dụng máy giặt, máy sấy công nghiệp tại Việt Nam cũng cao, mặc dù trên thị trường chúng ta thấy không hề ít đơn vị phân phối máy giặt công nghiệp hay đơn vị phân phối thiết bị giặt là công nghiệp tại Việt Nam .Nhưng trong những số đơn vị cung cấp thiết bị giặt là công nghiệp không phải ai cũng là đơn vị nhập khẩu trực tiếp từ nhà máy đâu nhé .



Khác với dòng máy giặt gia đình với mức giá thành chỉ có vài ba triệu đồng một chiếc thì dòng máy giặt công nghiệp lại có mức giá thành có thể nói là gấp 10 lần, vì thế không phải đơn vị nào cũng có đủ tiềm năng về tài chính để nhập khẩu trực tiếp được . Ngoài ra để mà được làm đơn vị nhập khẩu trực tiếp từ một nhà sản xuất tại nước ngoài thì không phải ai cũng có thể làm được , với tiêu chí khắt khe như thế thì hầu hết tại Việt Nam đều là đơn vị phân phối máy giặt công nghiệp cấp 2 cấp 3 chứ không phải đều là đơn vị nhập khẩu trực tiếp . Với thông tin này là cực kỳ quan trọng đối với một người đang có ý định tìm mua trang thiết bị giặt là có thể là mua về phục vụ cho khách sạn hay bệnh viện và xưởng giặt nào đó .



Để mà tìm được một đơn vị nhập khẩu trực tiếp và phân phối cấp 1 về lĩnh vực thiết bị giặt là thì không phải là nhiều , chính vì thế phần lớn người mua gặp phải tình trạng do mua sản phẩm kém chất lượng ,không chính hãng , giá thành lại cao và đặc biệt là chất lượng dịch vụ hỗ trợ sau bán hàng cho khách hàng rất kém . Đối với một người đi mua hàng về dòng thiết bị giặt là công nghiệp thì cần phải xác minh được đâu là đơn vị nhập khẩu trực tiếp từ nhà máy và đâu là đơn vị chỉ là nhà phân phối cấp 2 cấp 3 để từ đó mới đưa ra được sự lựa chọn đúng đắn nhất . Nhưng để mà xác định được thì bạn cần dựa vào các tiêu chí dưới đây :

Các tiêu chí để chọn đơn vị phân phối máy giặt công nghiệp cấp 1 :
- Phải là đơn vị cung cấp có quy mô lớn
- Có sẵn hàng tại kho để cho chúng ta có thể lựa chọn trực tiếp
- Có đầy đủ các giấy tờ chứng minh nguồn gốc xuất xứ như : CO , CQ , CE
- Có giấy ủy quyền phân phối trực tiếp từ thương hiệu máy giặt đó
- Chế độ bảo hành chính hãng 12 tháng từ nhà sản xuất

Trong số những đơn vị nhập khẩu trực tiếp và phân phối máy giặt công nghiệp cấp 1 tại Việt Nam thì hiện tại đang có 2 đơn vị có thể nói là lớn nhất tại thị trường Việt Nam và được rất nhiều khách hàng phản hồi rất tích cực về chất lượng sản phẩm , giá thành và dịch vụ sau bán hàng được chúng tôi thu thập lại và chia sẻ cho mọi người đó là :

1. Đơn vị phân phối cấp 1 về thiết bị giặt là công nghiệp nhập khẩu trực tiếp từ các quốc gia lớn tại Châu Âu và Thái Lan
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2. Đơn vị chuyên phân phối cấp 1 về dòng thiết bị giặt là Trung Quốc giá rẻ nhưng chất lượng không khác gì các dòng máy giặt Châu Âu cho bạn có thêm những lựa chọn khi tài chính hạn hẹp tại Việt Nam
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