Liquidating excess inventory
Whether its excess, underperforming, damaged returns, obsolete or short date food, we can buy it, and end your inventory problem today!
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A business has several options from which to choose when it liquidates its inventory.
It can use the distribution channels it has always used to sell its products, with prices slashed so low that customers can't resist them.
There are a three killer strategies to get some value out of your excess inventory: sell it, remarket it, or bundle it.
Nine times out of ten, your best option is to sell your old and excess inventory.
But if it were that easy to sell it, it wouldn’t be excess. Consider selling your products at deep discounts, 35-70%.
Yes, it’ll likely eat into your margin, but you need to move these products off your shelves.
Holding onto slow-moving or excess inventory is costing you money, and cash flow is the life blood of your business.If there is anything that requires your constant attention in ecommerce, it’s inventory management. But no matter how much time you spend watching your inventory, from time to time, there will still be slow-moving products and excess inventory that you need to liquidate. How you choose to handle it though, can make the difference between products gathering dust on shelves and a healthy bottom line.The key is to not hang onto products that are not selling.WInding down a business is a straightforward process.The company notifies its employees, its vendors, its creditors and its customers that it is closing up shop.
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At H & J Liquidators and Closeouts, Inc., we buy products in all of the categories available on our website including seasonal merchandise, jewelry, housewares, office supplies and more. If it doesn’t fit one of our categories, call us anyways. We purchase various types of closeout products including excess inventory, general merchandise, liquidation merchandise and closeout products, offering you a lucrative way in which to turn your overstock and extra items into money that you can reinvest in your business.