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Presumably BB are still going?

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FattusCattus:
It's a provocative one (as to be expected)

Bats_Entertainment:

--- Quote from: FattusCattus on May 01, 2021, 09:33:50 PM ---It's a provocative one (as to be expected)

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Wasn't intended to be.  They have successfully launched their own brand now. Why would they continue to have their bats available cheaper elsewhere? It's been discussed before.

jp2408:

--- Quote from: Bats_Entertainment on May 01, 2021, 11:05:12 PM ---Wasn't intended to be.  They have successfully launched their own brand now. Why would they continue to have their bats available cheaper elsewhere? It's been discussed before.

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You could say that of lots of manufacturers though.. Hunts, aldred, chase, Jedi and many others, plus of course the big Indian makers.

Ultimately premises, tooling, equipment and staff are paid for by maximising volume from the facilities you have.

Same argument applies for why the brands supply retailers when they could make more money going direct - volume to make their overhead base work harder.

Obviously Iíve no idea of their specific situation - if they can max out on volume without supplying anyone else and donít want to expand perhaps they will stop supplying others, but there is a solid argument for doing it if that isnít the case.

Bats_Entertainment:
Keeley feels a bit different to the other names you mentioned. A rapidly expanding brand?

Bats_Entertainment:
And never capable of doing the outsourcing thing on the scale that the Indian manufacturers do?

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