A typical mulch production company may work with a dozen vendors or more to procure everything from office supplies to business software — and of course, mulch colorant. But some vendors bring more value to your business than others. When it comes to your mulch colorant supplier, the value shouldn’t end with the colorant itself. At Amerimulch, our experienced sales representatives act more like consultants than salespeople because we are truly dedicated to helping you succeed. We work to be real partners, conducting on-site visits, offering insights on process improvements, training opportunities and more. Here’s a look at who we are and how your Amerimulch representative can add tremendous value to your mulch production business.
Topics: increase profitability, mulch colorant safety, reduce water usage rates, raw material, colorant application rates, optimize coloring process, optimize your business, production capacity, partner network
If you’re not currently producing colored mulch, now may be the time to start. Market forces, consumer preferences and advances in mulch coloring equipment have all combined to create new opportunities for commercial and residential colored mulch. Here’s a look at why pallet companies, sawmills and mulch producers should consider adding colored mulch to their product lines.
The mulch coloring equipment you use is critically important because it impacts so many different aspects of your business. From the quality of your colored mulch products to the use rates for colorant and water that affect your overall profitability, your machinery makes a difference. So, if you’re ready to upgrade your equipmentyou want to make sure you’re getting the right kind of machine for your needs. But how do you decide what makes the most sense for your business? Here are some things to consider to make sure you are getting the right mulch coloring equipment for your operation.
You depend on your colorant supplier to deliver a quality product on time and to specifications. But too often manufacturers find themselves lured in by low prices and lofty promises, only to find the quality of their colorant is poor and the service is even worse. So, it’s up to you to make sure you are really getting what you pay for. Here are some questions to ask your colorant supplier and what to look for in their answers to ensure you are getting the best product and service for your money.