Are you looking for a buyer of trading stocks that you want to sell?

We buy trading stocks from companies in the Netherlands and Belgium. Do you have trading stocks that you want to sell?
Please contact us on telephone number 0031 - (0)6 5157 1319 or 0031 - (0)6 2397 8674 or send an e-mail to info@nexttrade.nl.
You can also register your goods directly via our form that you will find at the bottom of this page.

Buyer of trading stocks

buyer of old stock Do you have trading stocks that you want to sell? Do not hesitate and contact us, for example, to free up space in your warehouse. We are the buyer of trading stocks of the most diverse goods.

Purchase trading stocks

buy old stock Do you want a no-obligation valuation of your company inventory before you want to sell it? Register your stock by filling in the form below. We will then contact you as soon as possible.

Buyer who relieves

buyer old stocks

With us you are at the right place if you expect extra services from your buyer. We are able, if desired, to package, palletize and transport your old stock. We can relieve you.

 

Apply for a free valuation without any obligation

Please fill out the form below as detailed as possible.
We will get in touch with you as soon as possible.

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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