Enrolling could not be easier. Simply contact our dedicated representative, Alan Osheroff. Alan will connect your account to the CJP buying group and help you customize wbmason.com, if needed.
There is no cost to enrolling in the program. Just sign up and start saving!
Most people know W.B. Mason as an office supply vendor and that is their core product category, but W.B. Mason also offers furniture, foodservice supplies, janitorial and sanitation supplies, facilities maintenance, and custom and promotional items. To evaluate the impact of participating, your organization may want to look at the range of products beyond office supplies on wbmason.com.
Yes. The CJP group purchasing relationship with W.B. Mason is nonexclusive, which means that program participants can shop additionally wherever they like.
No. Your customization will continue unchanged. W.B. Mason will connect your existing account number to the CJP buying group. Once that connection is made, you will simply see the negotiated price on wbmason.com. Ordering is unchanged; you can order from wbmason.com or contact a W.B. Mason rep and order as usual.
No. Your existing rep will ensure that you are connected to the CJP group purchasing relationship and you can continue to work with that person the same way you have in the past.
In the summer of 2020, CJP assembled 10 partners organizations into a pilot committee to collectively explore opportunities for collaboration and group purchasing. The most frequently purchased items list was generated by aggregating the historical office supply purchasing activity. The pricing for these 550 items is fixed for 12 months. A small number of items tied to global supply and demand dynamics, such as coffee and paper, are excluded from the price fixing.
The list will be refreshed in April of each year based on the purchasing activity of participating CJP organizations. Please contact Nora Stolzman if there are specific items you would like to have considered for inclusion in the next iteration of the list.
When you are enrolled in the CJP group purchasing program, a new option will appear under your “Favorites” menu once you log in to wbmason.com. When you click on the link, you will see the entire list of 550 items.
Once enrolled, no further action is needed. The pricing you will see from now on will include the CJP discounts.
For everything else, CJP partners enrolled in the program will save 6% off the regular wbmason.com pricing.
Yes. W.B. Mason guarantees that it will meet or beat competitor pricing if the competitor’s price quote is no older than 30 days.
Yes. At the end of the calendar year, based on the total amount of money your organization spent with W.B. Mason, you will receive a rebate ranging from 3% to 6.5% in the form of credit to your account.
Yes. Standard terms are net 45, meaning your organization has 45 days to pay the invoice. Organizations that pay within 15 days (net 15) will receive a 2% discount to that invoice.
W.B. Mason values the relationship with CJP and CJP partners and is committed to working with us over the long term. As a sign of that commitment, W.B. Mason is offering a guaranteed savings of 10% on any new janitorial/sanitation supply business. To receive the 10% discount, all your organization needs to do is to provide two months of janitorial/sanitation supplies invoices and host a W.B. Mason visit to your location. To get started, please contact our dedicated representative Alan Osheroff at alan.osheroff@wbmason or call 508-277-5808.
Yes. W.B. Mason will allow you to pass the janitorial/sanitation supplies discount to your cleaning service provider. Alan Osheroff, our dedicated representative, can tell you more.
Yes. The W.B. Mason website offers the ability to set up your organization’s account to allow colleagues to select items that are then routed to a designated purchasing approver who can then approve or reject the items for order. If you have already set up this capability in your wbmason.com account, you will not need to make any changes.
Yes. Invoices can be customized during the onboarding phase with Alan Osheroff.