Sourcing closeout and liquidation wholesale suppliers is a great way for retailers to purchase merchandise on a budget. Many of these companies get their products from…
Specializing in closeouts, liquidations, surplus and wholesale orders, Bargain Max, Inc. has everything retailers need to fill that empty shelf space. Bargain Max offers grocery products,…
Come and shop at the trade show where top retail chains source their products. With over 75,000 square feet of exhibiting space on one floor, The…
Superior Closeouts is an experienced wholesale supplier based out of the Bush Terminal Building in Brooklyn, New York.
International Enterprises, Inc. has built one of the largest salvage companies in the United States with over 175,000 square feet of inventory space.
Discount Truckloads, reverse logistics experts with over fifteen years of experience, are planning a large presence at the ASD Marketweek trade show this July 31st – August 3rd.
Discount Truckloads is a wholesale supplier of retail returns, customer returns, shelf pulls, overstock, liquidation, and closeout merchandise with additional offer processing and remarketing services.
Florida-based World Liquidators may not be literally liquidating the world, but it does specialize in selling major chain department store surplus, closeouts, distressed packaging, returns, salvage and the like.
Located in the Bush Terminal Building in Brooklyn, New York, Superior Closeouts is one of the area’s leading wholesalers and closeout specialists in men’s and ladies’ undergarments. According to company owner, Larry Tawil, Superior Closeouts is known for “ultralow pricing” on all major brands of undergarments, including Russell, Hanes, Fruit of the Loom, and other national brands.
Emad Beshara, CEO of Kray-Z Closeouts, is fairly sure of at least one thing: buyers will find his prices “crazy low.” “We’re known for our low pricing,” he explains. “That’s why we picked the name Kray-Z Closeouts.” Founded three years ago, today Kray-Z Closeouts operates from a huge facility in Rancho Cucamonga, California, into which pours a stream of new product every day.