Agrilogic International Solutions is a company with the experience and passion for the commodity markets. We have one goal in mind, to procure our client's order in a timely manner at a competitive price. With a wide range of expertise and experience in commodities, we bring a 360-degree view into any engagement.
Our team is dedicated to provide professional services and access to a variety of products, we have strong contacts in niche markets giving us a cutting edge over our competitors. We take our business seriously and only work with End Buyers and Genuine Sellers who has completed successful transactions, we take precautions to ensure business for the Buyer and Seller is as transparent as possible.
Commodities are so dynamic that prices change dramatically from day to day or even from hour to hour. When markets are on the move, we have a clear understanding of the myriad factors that make up the commodity price and how to systemically develop a plan for the purchase.
We provide a practical direction of evaluating fundamental and technical information that impacts the commodity. First we want to know and study the price history and other relevant data to generate a window on the future to reach a sourcing strategy. We provide concepts of managing commodity buy and sell decisions and using your inventory levels as a means to buy over a time period at price levels averaging below the market as well as how to negotiate concessions from suppliers of the cash commodity. We deliver processes as an experienced sourcing company to understand the key steps leading towards a well thought out sourcing plan for a dynamic commodity, including how to negotiate favorable price concessions from suppliers.
Stepping Outside of the Box
Collaborating with specific suppliers to determine a price method not in line with usual market mentality. You do not want to disturb or change an entire market, only your portion that may lead to a competitive advantage.
Methods of buying outside the box
1. Formula pricing
2. Rebate pricing
3. Negotiated firm discounts off traditional pricing
4. Historical pricing with maximum levels established