SSS Australia Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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Overview

Location:
Murarrie, QLD Australia
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Founded:1976
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • SSS Australia's estimated annual revenue is currently $19.7M per year.(?)
  • SSS Australia's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • SSS Australia has 73 Employees.(?)
  • SSS Australia grew their employee count by 6% last year.
  • SSS Australia currently has 1 job openings.

Since 1976 the SSS Australia name has been synonymous with the highest standards of quality and value in healthcare supplies. Our success has long been dependent on understanding the unique requirements of our customers at all levels of their business patient care, facility management and corporate vision. SSS Australia is focused on supplying quality products, exceptional service and sharing our locally developed innovations with the industry. Our personal approach has earned us a reputation in the professional healthcare community for being proactive and strategic, backed by our proven track record in providing the most reliable supply and service outcomes. We develop long-term relationships with our customers over 75% of our customers have been buying from SSS Australia and seeking advice from our expert team for five years or longer. We understand that stock control and order fulfillment are critical to a successful supply partnership. We consistently maintain over 98% order fulfillment rate on stock lines and our team are experts in batch control and cold chain management. SSS Australia has a range of easy and flexible ordering options to assist with the administration of product procurement, giving our customers real, measurable results in stock control and cost containment. Our AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008 quality accreditation provides assurance that our procedures are best practice. SSS Australia is dedicated to creating working relationships based on trust, reliability and a coordinated approach to supply and continuous improvement.

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