Wholesale Drugstore Merchandise Loads
- Shelf pull loads of assorted drugstore items from a major national drugstore chain
- Fully manifested
- Constant availability
- Majority of items in box
- Typically 20,000-45,000 individual units per load
- Sold at a fraction of wholesale value
- FOB: CA
Goods come from a major national drugstore chain and will include a large variety of brands, items and product categories.
Loads typically contain items such as: Cosmetics/makeup, Tupperware, office supplies, games, fashion accessories, seasonal items, beverages and food, toys, outdoor gear, small home furnishings, cleaning supplies, personal care items, feminine care items, over the counter medication and vitamins, pet items, clothing accessories, small home electronics, hair accessories, undergarments, cookware, baby items and more!
Loads may include a percentage of short-dated or expired units.
Please email us to receive the manifests for these loads
|Product Condition||Customer Returns|
|# of Pallets||varies|
|Manifested / Links||Manifested|
|Load Price %||Price: 17% of Wholesale|
|Spec Sheet||SPEC SHEET|
- Go through your entire lot item by item and determine which units are resale-ready and which may need to be repaired, cleaned or restored to selling condition in some way. Then, determine whether you will repair them or sell them to your customers as-is.
- Consider selling high value items through a resale channel that can give you more value such as on Craigslist versus a flea market or yard sale.
- Consider moving defective items by combining them with working items at a "two for less" discount.
- Be prepared to test the items to make sure they are working before you sell them as such. Consider selling non-working items as-is, or repairing them prior to resale.
- Be prepared to let your customer know the working condition of the item. Many people are handy with tools and hardware and will be very willing to buy a non-working unit at a great price if they have the ability to repair it themselves.
- Make a deal with a local repair shop in your area and exchange repairs for free merchandise - have the technician repair your defective units and give him one or two in exchange for his work, or a percentage of your profits.
- Mix and match products to restore items to full working condition. If you have two drills and both are missing parts, take parts from one unit to restore the second unit to working condition.
- If you end up with items like hand tool kits that are missing several units, it doesn't mean you need to throw the entire kit away - just sell the items by the piece instead of by the "set." One screw driver is still worth something even if it is not sold as a 6 screwdriver set.