New to Liquidation?
Here’s how it works
Retail stores liquidate items classified as returns, closeouts, seasonal, shelf pulls, salvage, overstock, markdowns, and other types of merchandise to make room for new inventory.
Wholesale companies, like Mid Tenn Wholesale, negotiate agreements with retailers to purchase their liquidated merchandise by the truckload and deliver it to a wholesale warehouse.
Liquidation Resellers purchase liquidated merchandise from wholesalers by the pallet or truckload and offer those products for resale to individual customers at brick-and-mortar stores or online.
If you’re a first-time buyer and just getting your feet wet in the liquidation industry, then consider starting small before committing to a pallet or truckload order size. While we’d love to have you make a large order, we know that the only way we can be successful is if our customers are successful. And usually the best step for newcomers is to make a small, wise initial investment.
Consider making your first purchase with us a small lot order such as the example shown here.
Want to learn more?
Many of our customers that are new to liquidation like to pick our brains to learn more about the industry and how to be a successful reseller.
After some time, we realized that the same questions pop up over and over again. To help answer and discuss these popular industry topics, we have decided to create our own blog.
The purpose of our blog is to offer our customers a knowledge base on all things liquidation. While it is definitely geared toward those who are new to the industry, we hope that even seasoned veterans find it to be a valuable resource.
Our blog is launching soon, in the meantime feel free to reach out with any questions you might have!
Still Have Questions?
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