Oftentimes a product that is widely used in all types of industrial facilities is categorized as a commodity.
For example, cord connectors (or cord grips) are used anywhere that cable or conduit connects to an enclosure or machine. So that makes them a commodity, right?
Cord connectors tend to be viewed as a commodity because most industrial applications don’t call for specific connector features and/or benefits. Customers take this to mean that all cord grips are basically made the same way or can be used in all types of applications. But the truth is quite different.
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