Welcome to the Hard Eight: Plan Now to Overcome Any Post-Holiday Inventory Glut

Welcome to the Hard Eight: Plan Now to Overcome Any Post-Holiday Inventory Glut

“Along with the supply-chain headaches everyone is fighting – from clogged ports to empty store shelves – Ryan Gunnigle is focused on the potential for the opposite problem: gluts,” wrote Timothy Aeppel in a recent Reuters article.

For those in retail, e-commerce and marketing the “hard eight” has arrived. Today marks the beginning of the last eight weeks of the year, and holiday season marketing is in full swing. For the next eight weeks companies may struggle to find inventory amidst supply chain issues, deal with raising freight rates and lack of capacity. Additionally, advertising campaigns may not be producing new customers at their planned costs.

However, the opposite could also be true this year; eight more weeks of the best sales ever! 

Some economists are predicting surplus issues will follow the holidays.  Many companies have placed A LOT of orders to ensure supply. They may be increasing their inventory too much, leading to oversupply in the post-holiday season.

We know with 100% certainty the past two years have fundamentally altered the secondary channels that traditionally absorbed unwanted inventory and unused real estate. The rules related to underperforming assets have changed.

At Net Trade, we are able to give your surplus inventory, returns, equipment and office furniture value that fits your company’s needs. We can even give unwanted office and warehouse space value, whether it is leased or owned.

Net Trade has the experience and resources to immediately purchase your unwanted assets and excess inventory. We have a few tactics that can be used to ensure your company receives the highest possible recovery with the least amount of time and effort on your part.

Download our Practical Guide to Saying Goodbye Quickly and Profitably today and learn how we can help!

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