VERNON, Calif. — Via Trading Corporation was ranked on the 2007 Inc 100/5000 list as the 27th fastest growing Consumer Products company, 47th fastest growing private company in the Los Angeles area and 898th overall on the Inc 5000. Founded by Harvard Business School graduate Jacques Stambouli and his brother Alain, Via Trading provides asset recovery and reverse logistics services to multiple retailers and manufacturers nationwide. “We are pleased to have our growth recognized by being named to the prestigious Inc 100 and Inc. 5000 lists,” said Jacques Stambouli, Founder & CEO of Via Trading Corporation. “Our success is the result of the trust placed in us by our supplier partners as well as the hard work of our staff.”
Since 2002, Via Trading has been influential in helping retailers and manufacturers maximize recovery rates. Their services include the purchase, de-labeling and defacing as well as the pickup and removal of salvage or distressed and damaged merchandise. Via Trading assists all types of retailers including large drugstore chains to discount stores, high-end department stores, specialty chains and catalog companies. Stambouli helps his customers maximize the recovery they can get on unwanted product while at the same time making sure that the product stays well away from their existing sales channels. “We make sure unwanted product will hit the secondary market and not a competitor,” said Stambouli who operates Via Trading out of a 65,000 sq. ft. Los Angeles-area walk-in cash and carry warehouse and international website.
Via Trading is a multi-channel and multi-lingual operation adding new suppliers and buyers every week. Their 65,000 sq. ft. Los Angeles-area walk-in warehouse is filled with overstock merchandise sold to secondary markets of eBay powersellers, flea market vendors, dollar store merchants, and independent stores.