Finding A Liquidation Warehouse Near Me

As every retailer knows, finding a good source of cheap wholesale merchandise nearby is a great way of cutting down on not only stock purchasing costs, but also of keeping shipping costs down to a bare minimum. There was a time not so long ago that a traditional wholesale supplier could be relied upon to be a cheap, reliable source of wholesale merchandise. Even after adding their own markups on the goods they sold, retailers could still rely on wholesalers to offer a decent wholesale price.

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Sadly, those days are long gone. Nowadays, the prices wholesalers offer their browbeaten customers are virtually on a par with retail prices, and that is an unsustainable situation for any retailer. Much higher wholesale prices mean there’s less room to make a profit. That increases the likelihood that retailers will have to raise their prices, thus driving customers away.

So, what do you do if you still want to buy cheap wholesale merchandise locally? The answer is to switch to a top-tier liquidation specialist such as Direct Liquidation.

What Is A Top-Tier Liquidator?

Liquidators operate very differently from wholesalers. Whereas a wholesaler will buy a truckload or a pallet of wholesale merchandise and then break their purchase down into smaller parcels to sell on for a premium to its customers, a liquidator sells boxloads, pallets and truckloads of wholesale merchandise on behalf of big-name, national retailers.

This is how it works. Every year, national retailers such as Walmart, Amazon and Best Buy find themselves in possession of huge quantities of unwanted merchandise. Why is this? Well, it’s for a number of reasons. For example, a chain retailer may take the decision to close one of its stores. This usually leads to that store’s inventory becoming surplus to requirements

Another example is when a store over-orders products, most usually tech products that are being superseded by new models, or the retailers find themselves with a surplus of seasonal products after the season the stock relates to has been and gone. This type of merchandise is known as closeouts and overstock respectively. It is no longer required by the retailers, and therefore they look to liquidators to sell these products on as quickly as possible.

By far the largest category of surplus merchandise is customer returns. As the name suggests, these are products that have been returned to retailers for a variety of reasons ranging from the products being faulty, the products bearing superficial or visible damage or the products being returned because customers have changed their minds. There are thousands and thousands of products returned to stores across the country every year. No longer able to sell them as A-stock products, this downgraded B-stock wholesale merchandise is of no use to the retailer and, as with closeouts and overstock, must be disposed of if it is not to clog up valuable warehouse space.

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This is where top-tier liquidation specialists such as Direct Liquidation step in. Liquidators sell boxloads, pallets and truckloads of surplus merchandise on their retail partners’ behalf via online liquidation websites. And because the wholesaler middleman is cut out of the equation altogether, products are sold for considerably lower prices than what a traditional wholesaler could ever hope to offer customers.

Great Products At Low Prices

When you head on over to an online liquidation marketplace, you’ll soon discover a huge range of incredible liquidated products in a variety of conditions from ‘as new’ and ‘refurbished’ to ‘testing-not-working’ – a condition that will particularly appeal to retailers looking for spare parts to bring faulty units back up to factory spec.

On Direct Liquidation’s online liquidation auctions and sales platform, you’ll find a comprehensive list of product categories, as well as dedicated vendor landing pages for its national retailer partners – Lowe’s Hardwar, Walmart, Target  and Amazon. You’ll find a large range of great brand name and own brand products being sold on the national retailers’ behalf in the following categories:

Automotive, Baby, Books, Clothing, Shoes & Accessories, Electronics, Fixed Assets, Food, Furniture, General Merchandise, Health & Beauty, Home, Home Improvement, Industrial Supplies, Jewelry, Office, Party & Occasions, Patio & Garden, Pet Toys & Pet Supplies, Sports, Fitness & Outdoors, Toys, Unsorted.

As you can see, that’s pretty much every base covered when it comes to most retailers’ needs, and, best of all, those categories contain liquidated wholesale merchandise coming from some of the world’s biggest manufacturers – companies such as HP, Apple, LEGO, Samsung, Microsoft, Beats by Dre, Adidas, Google, Fisher Price, Black & Decker, Sony and many, may more. You’ll also find a fantastic range of own brand products such as Walmart’s Blackweb and Mainstays ranges.

All of this great-quality merchandise is available to buy via live auction or for a fixed or negotiated price. All of this is available to buy at well below its MSRP value, meaning you’ll be able to offer your customers low prices, keep you competitors at bay and still make a very healthy profit. It really is a win-win situation.

Finding A Liquidation Warehouse In Your Local Area

If you’re looking to switch from a traditional wholesaler to a liquidator who can offer you great quality products at a much lower price, then you’ll find Direct Liquidation’s network of distribution centers located in the following places:

Blacksburg, South Carolina, Frankfort, Kentucky, Bentonville, Arkansas, Rogers, Arkansas, Milton, Ontario (Canada), Greenfield, Indiana and Las Vegas, Nevada.

Located next to major highways so you won’t have to go hunting around back alleys or the dingy outskirts of towns and cities, Direct Liquidation’s distribution centers are also located close to their retail partners’ warehouses. This means warehouse-to-distribution center turnaround time is kept to a bare minimum. And so your goods will be available for pickup or dispatch in as short a time as possible.

Best of all, if you’re close to one of Direct Liquidation’s wholesale liquidation distribution centers, you can come and pick up your goods, vastly cutting down on shipping costs. If you’re not close by, check out what prices Direct Liquidation charges for shipping – often they can ship to your location of choice for considerably less than third party couriers.

If you’re on the lookout to switch to a better local supplier, you should check out what a liquidator can do for you. Better products at better prices are guaranteed when you switch to a Better Business Bureau-accredited top-tier liquidation specialist such as Direct Liquidation, so why not check out what a liquidator can do for your business today?

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