Why should I go through AEF to get a quote rather than going directly to that supplier?

Why should I go through AEF to get a quote rather than going directly to that supplier?

The suppliers we do work with could offer a discount on a 'bulk buy' where a certain quantity of product is bought.  This would depend on where you are located, quantity and a conversation with the supplier.
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