The Merchandise Center, also known as TMC, is a group of “ninety of the top wholesale players,” says TMC owner Mark Passis.
closeouts and liquidations
Direct Liquidation, experts in reverse logistics, take in customer returns, end-of-life overstock, and closeouts from tier-one brands, and resell the products across the United States and Canada.
Historically, large retailers and manufacturers have relied on one or two liquidators for dealing with their returned and excess merchandise.
International Enterprises, Inc. has built one of the largest salvage companies in the United States with over 175,000 square feet of inventory space.
With the rapid rise of bargain shopping and the proliferation of ecommerce and coupon sites like Amazon and Groupon Goods, consumers’ shopping behavior has changed dramatically over the past several years. Shoppers are now increasingly focused on getting the best possible deals on the highest quality name brand items.
Today’s consumers want the biggest bang for their buck, making the retail sales environment more competitive than ever. Closeout merchandise can offer merchants an opportunity to sell goods at low prices, as well as make large profits, if they know where to look and how to buy, says Howard Grodnick, president of Jacobs Trading Company […]
Kole recently acquired high quality home décor closeouts, including vases, clocks, sculptures and decorative ceramics.
Company helps individuals establish an online business, offering guidance for marketing practices, prospecting and setting up a web catalog.
Since launching in 2004, Estevez has approached the closeout industry with a deep devotion to service and a business plan geared toward passing on savings to customers.
One of America’s largest merchandise liquidators has launched a newly designed website with updated shopping cart functionality and more.