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Bulk Purchasing 2012 Product Guide En

Bulk Purchasing 2012 Product Guide En

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Canadian Federation of Students-Services
ETHICAL PURCHASING NETWORK
PRODUCT GUIDE
2012-13
 
2012-13
ETHICAL PURCHASING NETWORK
PRODUCT GUIDE
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CANADIAN FEDERATION OF STUDENTS-SERVICES
STRENGTH IN NUMBERS
By combining students’ unions’ orientation material orders from across the country,we can achieve economies of scale. By purchasing in bulk, we can buy high-quality materials at substantially lower prices than any campus organsiation couldsecure individually. By dealing directly with manufacturers, like the Single Mothers’Cooperative of El Salvador, the Canadian Federation of Students brings workers andpurchasers closer together so that we know exactly how our materials are made.
FAIR TRADE AND UNION MADE
Through this service, students’ unions impact the orientation and promotionalmaterials industry. By deciding to only purchase union or cooperatively madematerials other companies feel obligated to offer products that are made underethical conditions.
SWEATSHOP-FREE CAMPUSES
Holding a sweatshop-free orientation week or adopting a sweatshop-freepurchasing policy is an easy way to promote ethical labour standards. This serviceprovides students’ unions with union and cooperatively made materials to ensurethat our campuses are sweat-free.
SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS
Products offered through the Network incorporate environmentally responsiblecomponents including re-spun mill-ends in all textile products and recycled plasticand paper in other durable products.
SUBSIDISED RATES FOR MEMBER LOCALS
Member locals of the Canadian Federation of Students receive subsidised rates of at least 10% less than non-members and do not pay for transportation, handling,administration, or other fees. Savings realised by purchasing in large quantities arepassed on directly to members.
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 WHY JOIN THE ETHICALPURCHASING NETWORK?
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