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Why too little Excess inventory is worse than having too much excess inventory

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Why too little Excess inventory is worse than having too much excess inventory

  1. 1. Why too little inventory is not as good as too much inventory Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  2. 2. Excess inventory is counter- intuitive • Naturally everyone tries to minimise their excess stock • The problem is that if you don’t have enough excess inventory, it’s too hard to sell Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  3. 3. Many retail buyers won’t take small quantities • It’s not worth their time to process the order, organise the shipping, add a new supplier, spread the stock across all the stores….. Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  4. 4. Better to have too much inventory! • When you have too much excess inventory, the bigger players are more attracted to the larger deal sizes • You can also break up the parcel for smaller buyers Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  5. 5. We’ve been doing this for ages • We have been buying and selling excess stock for over 20 years from our Sydney office • We know exactly how to get the highest price for your excess stock Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  6. 6. Here’s how we work • It’s a three step process Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  7. 7. Step 1 • You tell us the details of your inventory through our website http://www.coorey.com Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  8. 8. Step 2 • We discreetly survey the market and give you a report on what we think the products will sell for Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  9. 9. Step 3 • We make an offer to buy your stock Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  10. 10. We’re a trusted partner • We always adhere to your selling and distribution guidelines • We always pay you promptly as per the agreed payment terms • We protect your reputation in the market Contact us at http://www.coorey.com
  11. 11. Contact us to sell your excess stock John Coorey, Managing Director, Coorey & Co http://www.coorey.com Contact us at http://www.coorey.com

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