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Cutlery Retail

Cutlery retail stores rely on several types of employees to sell their dinner utensils, knives, and knife accessories to customers. By hiring the right customer service reps, salespersons, and managers, the companies can help ensure that they meet their business goals.

Since many cutlery retailers offer a variety of knives and utensils for the whole house, customers service reps need to understand the differences between the items that they have for sale. A silver dinner knife, for example, does not slice the same as a stainless steel butterfly knife. Customer reps also need good communication skills that help them explain the differences between their kitchen, dinner, and utility knives. Without strong communication skills, a rep might not be able to explain what types of table utensils comes in one set as opposed to another or why some instruments appeal to chefs more than the typical household cook.

Salespersons working for the company also need strong communication skills. One of the big differences between them and service reps, though, is that the salespersons pursue new customers. They might, for instance, contact kitchens in the area to tell the chefs about upcoming sales. They might also take hunting, folding, and pocket knives to events where interested people might want to make a purchase.

Managers working for the retail store can serve a variety of functions. Some of them, however, focus on getting discount prices from wholesale companies. If the managers can purchase knife accessories, sharpening steels, steak knives, and plastic utensils at discounted prices, they can pass those savings on to the customers.

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79 Glenwood Ave, Queensbury, NY 12804
(518) 636-3880  
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Cutlery retail companies offer knife, kitchen, commercial, house, wholesale, steak, slice, sharp, chef, cook, sharpening, industrial, instrument, residential, home, discount, steel, ceramic, sale, butterfly, utility, hunting, folding, pocket, survival, tactical and other products, accessories and services. When you contact the cutlery retailers, ask them where they are located. You might find that some of them are national companies while others are statewide or local. You might also find that some of the national companies have locations in your area. If you find the company on the Internet, then you should ask them if they are strictly an online entity or if they have a physical location as well. There are several questions that you might need to ask in order to determine which company can give you the supplies and services that you need. Ask them if they provide delivery services and if you will have to pay for them or if the costs are covered by the company. You should also ask the companies if they have all of the serving and eating utensils as well as dishware, grindstones, chopsticks and drinking straws that you might need. When the companies' reps are answering your questions, pay attention to the level of courtesy that they use. This can often indicate how you will be treated in the future. By knowing what questions to ask, you should be able to find the cutlery retailer that is best for you. By knowing what questions to ask, you should be able to find the cutlery retail company that is best for your knife, kitchen, commercial, house, wholesale and other accessories needs.