Method of purchasing stocks and inventories

Our working method is characterized by the extensive service that we can offer, if necessary, when purchasing stocks and inventories. Naturally, every purchase starts with registering a stock or inventory. Registration is possible by telephone, e-mail and via our form. If we have received sufficient information, we can send you a no-obligation valuation for the notified stock or inventory. Of course it is also possible to make an appointment on a very short notice so that we can visit your company to view the goods or inventory.



If desired, we can completely relieve you

In consultation, we can further unburden you by providing additional services such as dismantling, packaging, palletizing and transport. We can, if desired, completely relieve you of the "broom clean" delivery of your business premises. Ask for the possibilities. Contact us and indicate what your inventory or inventory consists of. Call 0031 - (0) 6 5157 1319 or 0031 - (0) 6 2397 8674 or complete the form below.

 

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We do not buy

  • used domestic items

  • used home furniture

  • used clothing

  • used shoes

  • used toys

  • used ICT

Request entered via our web form referring to abovementioned items will not be processed.

We do buy

  • obsolete stock, cancelled orders, overstocks, obsolete goods

  • (used) machinery and tools
  • (transport)-damages
  • warehouse- and showroom clearances and company movements

  • company termination and discontinued activities

  • goods with sales restrictions

  • excess company materials, such as office, warehouse and catering facilities
  • depreciated rolling goods such as (company)vehicles, trailers, fortlifts, etc.
  • packaging damages

  • excess company goods

  • store remnants, subsidiaries

  • returned goods

  • bankruptcies