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raraz
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I am trying to find a business liquidator that items they don't have and sell them from another source from wholesale to them. Like sell them 100+ USB sticks for example, etc. to another business.

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Could you explain, sorry, I'm not fully understanding.


China wholesale drop shipper especially acceries repair parts
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I am trying to find a business liquidator that items they don't have and sell them from another source from wholesale to them. Like sell them 100+ USB sticks for example, etc. to another business.

Thanks.



Do you mean you are looking for a genuine liquidator of business products that you can purchase through direct without dealing with a broker?


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raraz
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I am looking for small company that sells in bulk their items, but I get from another liquidator and buy from them and sell to the small company that don't have that item. For example. a cloth liquidator is looking to sell electronic items. I go to only sell electronic liquidator and buy in bulk and drop ship to clothing liquidator company.

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Not 100% sure I completely understand still, but I'll take a shot and see how close I can get for you : )

It seems that you are wanting to supply liquidators themselves, in essence establish yourself as a broker. If a liquidator who only sold kids toys then wanted to increase their range to include electrical, they could come to you and you would source that range of products for them to sell as well?

OK, well if that is correct, the problem you have is that liquidators buy their stock from the actual source, and they buy in massive volume so they can then afford to pass on the savings to their customers.

For example, a liquidator may well have a contract with Target to purchase their surplus stock. They deal with the source, it's the only way they operate.

Dealing with a broker to source their products would just increase their cost, that would need to get passed on to the customer and they would not be able to compete with other surplus suppliers.


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