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How Buying Liquidated Stock Can Benefit Businesses Wholesale Clearance UK BlogHow Buying Liquidated Stock Can Benefit Businesses
Liquidated stock is stock that is offered for sale by a business in trouble that is looking to offload stock in order to liquidate its assets i.e. free up the cash that is tied into stock supplies.
Buying liquidated stock can be a win win situation for not only yours, but many businesses. Here’s how:
Benefits to your business
When you choose to stock your retail outlet with liquidated stock from Wholesale Clearance you can expect great quality branded items at the lowest possible price. Liquidated stock is not only limited to clothing but also includes electrical items, gifts, toys, cosmetics and much more.
While you’ll benefit from a low cost way to stock your shop with quality items, your customers will benefit from the great discounts that you are able to pass on.
Benefits to the bankrupt business
The bankrupt business benefits from the sale of excess stock as this allows them to free up as much cash as possible, making the liquidisation process easier.
Benefits to businesses ‘down the chain’
Cash raised from the sale of stock can be used to pay creditors to the bankrupt business, including suppliers. Therefore many businesses ‘down the chain’ stand to benefit from the sale of liquidated stock.
It’s easy to buy liquidated stock at Wholesale Clearance. We don’t impose minimum purchase amounts or charge membership fees, which means that even the smallest retailers – including those selling from car boots, market stalls, on eBay or among friends – can have access to branded stock at low prices.
Wholesale Clearance will also deliver stock direct to your retail outlet, with no trips to out of town warehouses required. What’s more, on orders over £500 delivery is free.
Five star reviews on Trustpilot mean that you can purchase liquidated stock from Wholesale Clearance with confidence, benefitting not only your own, but potentially many more businesses down the line.

6 Responses to “How Buying Liquidated Stock Can Benefit Businesses”

Karl BaxterJanuary 4th, 2013 at 1:58 pm

Just to add to the blog post, we have today received a large clearance lot of Comet Stock from 2 stores that closed just before christmas, I will be making a youtube video for the bankrupt stock and place for sale on our website. Anyone is welcome to come and view.

Karl BaxterJanuary 8th, 2013 at 8:23 pm

Hi Saha, yes your welcome to come down to our warehouse and view/buy direct from us, our full address is…
Wholesale Clearance UK Ltd
Unit N Waterside Estate
25-27 Willis Way
BH15 3TD
Warehouse Office – 01202 668817
Director (Karl Baxter) – 0754333 8886

We are open Monday to Friday 10am till 4pm please phone first to make an appointment.
Kind regards

AyushFebruary 14th, 2013 at 10:29 pm

Great question! I’m a bit of a stlkear when it comes to shopping, so my first suggestion would be to try someplace like Marshall’s or TJ Maxx. They tend to get high end home accents and their inventory changes constantly, so if you have an idea of what you’re looking for, then maybe drop by on a weekly basis, or ask the store what day most of their inventory is delivered & then go on that day. Also try the sale section of stores like Urban Outfitters or Anthropologie. I love their clothes and they have a permanent sale’ section that has a small selection of the cutest home stuff.Another option is the DIY route if you’re looking for a specific pattern, go to a fabric store (old clothes will work if they have a cool pattern you like), and then buy a ready made pillow shape (also found at fabric/craft stores), and either find someone to sew the pillows for you (should cost no more that $25-30/pillow) OR just sew it yourself. Pillows are pretty easy to sew & it could be a fun weekend project! Hope this helps!

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