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“How Liquidating Unwanted Goods Became A $644 Billion Business” CNBC Story

“How Liquidating Unwanted Goods Became A $644 Billion Business”

In a new video, CNBC takes you on an exclusive tour inside a Liquidity Services returns warehouse outside Dallas, Texas, where unwanted goods from Amazon and Target are stacked to the ceiling before being resold on Liquidation.com or a variety of other marketplaces.

Liquidity Services is the nation’s only major public liquidator.

In this new video, you’ll learn how we handle warehousing, auctions, refurbishment, and how we support your sustainability initiatives.

History of Liquidity Services

How we started, where we’re going, and why we’re the nation’s #1 resource for liquidating overstock and customer returns.

Warehouses: Where Your Overstock and Customer Returns End Up

Inside our 130,000-square-foot warehouse in Garland, Texas, the aisles aren’t lined with typical merchandise. Instead, they’re stacked with returns from Amazon, Target, Sony, Home Depot, Wayfair and more, all in the process of being liquidated.

Watch the video for an exclusive tour inside one of our warehouses, and explore the booming business of processing and reselling excess and unwanted goods on the secondary market.

Warehouse Footprint & Capacity

Auctions: Your Starting Point for Maximum Recovery

Our B2B and D2C auction marketplaces deliver more than 4.7 million loyal buyers every day to help you achieve peak recovery. Dispose of unwanted goods profitably here, or use auction pricing to establish a baseline for negotiated direct sales.

B2B Auctions

Direct-to-Consumer

Refurbishment

See how we refurbish and restore open-box and damaged goods to factory original condition.

Refurbishment Process

Watch Hewlett-Packard discover a profitable new marketplace for their refurbished electronics.

When Sustainability Matters, Choose Liquidity Services

We keep your products out of landfills, and keep shareholders happy. It’s all part of contributing to the circular economy, and no one does it better than Liquidity Services.

Recycling Process

Contact us today to learn more.

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