The names of the product he is handling and the products our company is handling are different, so I can not promote our product to be the cheapest. For how much should I sell to our current customers? He is buying from our company but also buying from others. We have had dealings with him but he has never bought this item from our company before. He is buying it cheaper than our company's prices so we lowered the price even further.
I cannot claim the item being sold at cheaper price because his item and our item are using the different name.
I wonder, at how much price I should sell the item for customer now?
He also buys items not only from us but also from others.
I have a dealing with him but he never bought the item from us.
He bought the item at cheaper price from us so that he sells in the cheapest price.
As name of the item he is handling and that we are handling are different, we cannot insist that we are selling at low price. At what price is the customer who is selling now sells it? He is purchasing from our company, but also is purchasing from another company. We have had a business with him, but he has not purchased this item from us. As he is purchasing an item at the price lower than our company, he is selling at the lowest price.