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How To Become a Distributor for Gulder Beer in Nigeria
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How To Become a Distributor for Gulder Beer in Nigeria

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Who doesn’t love a cold Gulder beer on a hot summer day? Well, if you’re in Nigeria and looking to become an authorized distributor of Gulder Beer, we have all the information you need! This blog post will guide you through the process of becoming one.

First things first: be aware that there is no such thing as “becoming” an authorized distributor for Gulder Beer. You must apply with their headquarters in Lagos and receive approval from them before you can sell their product. Once approved, they’ll send out your new supplier information packet which includes pricing and ordering instructions so don’t forget to do this step! Last but not least: make sure you always wear gloves when handling any bottles or cans because

What is Gulder Beer?

If you’ve ever been to a Nigerian party in a friend’s garage, you might have noticed dozens of bottles and cans labeled “Gulder”. Gulder is a lager beer produced by Nigerian Breweries. It is very popular and is the 3rd largest selling beer in Nigeria.

The cool thing is that Gulder is a local Nigerian drink that doesn’t leave out an international brand name, therefore earning it the title “beer without borders”. The German influence is very noticeable in the beer, which is why it is called Gulder Lager Beer. And to get the full experience, make sure to order it with Gulder bitter and salt, as well as Gulder with chili pepper.

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Despite this, Gulder’s sales have been steadily growing. In 2016, the average increase in sales was 35.9%.

Why join the authorized distributor program?

First of all, you are allowed to sell Gulder Beer at full retail value – no mark-up! Secondly, you have exclusive rights to sell their products in Nigeria, including long-term, wholesale, and free-distribution agreements.

So if you love Gulder and you want to earn a living out of it, here’s how to join the authorized distributor program:

Visit their website and fill out the online application form. You must be 18 years or older to join, and of legal age to work in Nigeria. All paperwork will be filled out in English and will include a picture of you holding the Gulder mug – so be sure to stand in front of the Gulder mug at the time of submission. Submit your application within 30 days. Visit their official Lagos office to have all your documents and interview conducted by Gulder.

How to become an authorized distributor of Gulder Beer
1. Complete the online application. You can do this at http://www.gulder.com/become-a-distributor. You’ll have to fill in all the information they ask for including your shipping address, contact information and any other relevant details. Your application is one step in a multi-step approval process. In order to have Gulder be your supplier, you have to complete the above application form before submitting an online application to the Head office of the company. Your online application will only take a few minutes, but don’t wait until the last minute because there is a limit to how many products you can sell.

2.

The application process and what you need to bring.
Apply for the position here. It’s a simple application form and they’ve made it super easy to fill out with multiple PDF forms included in the pack. If you are applying for the first time, then your first application will be referred to your local distributor so it’s important to check the list of current distributors. The first step of the process is to complete the application online and then to submit a copy of your ID and pay the $50 processing fee via Credit Card. After the fee is paid, your registration document will be shipped to you in a sealed bag.

How many bottles and cans can I order at a time?
The maximum that you can order is 50 bottles at a time and one case of 12 cans per month.

So, when would be the best time to order your cases?

Anytime between Monday to Friday.

Can I order any custom-printed lids?

No, only the standard bottle lids are available.

How long would it take to receive the payment from my distributor?

Your distributor will wire the payment to your bank account within 7 days.

When does the sale of Gulder beer start?

In the month of May, 2017, there were approximately 50 brands of beer produced, sold and consumed in Nigeria. Gulder Beer is by far one of the most popular brands of beer sold by most of these brands. However, Gulder Beer was the first brand to gain wide-spread popularity in Nigeria.

Be sure to always wear gloves when handling bottles and cans.
Do not crush or puncture the metal.

You can put everything you have on hand into a paper bag that is placed over the label when you are handling the bottles.

Do not clean the cans by putting them in the dishwasher.

You can contact Gulder International directly on www.gulder.com or via email at: jobs@gulder.com for more information or feel free to send us an email here if you want us to walk you through the steps of getting an authorized distributor job. If you have any questions at all about Gulder beer distribution and distribution jobs in Nigeria, please comment below and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

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Conclusion

You’re now a distributor! And if you can handle the “Gulder Nigeria style” of selling, you’ll definitely be able to work with any beer brand! So, what’s next? More beer?

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