Better Service, Scale, and Results


Clients choose Liquidity Services because our service, scale, and results are unmatched. Our experienced teams, global scale, and proven reverse supply chain solutions deliver maximum value across your surplus asset program.

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A Reverse Supply Chain That's Future-Facing


Liquidity Services transforms your reverse supply chain from a headache into a high-performing function that fuels your continued success. We provide consultative surplus asset management, valuation, and sales solutions that meet your goals and challenges with transparency and simplicity.

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Partner with the Best


The world's most successful organizations trust Liquidity Services to manage their reverse supply chains. With $1 billion in annual sales proceeds and expertise in every industry, asset category, and condition, we can handle your most challenging, complex asset management needs.

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In the News

Beyond Your Lines: Liquidated Merchandise
Independent Retailer — August 10, 2015

Eliminate Compliance Concerns to Maximize Surplus Asset Recovery
Energy Manager Today — June 18, 2015

Sell or hold?: Liquidating surplus equipment not easy decision
Midland Reporter-Telegram — June 14, 2015

Asset Disposal: Old Computers Bring New Security Worries
Enterprise Tech — June 04, 2015

Mitigating Mistakes
Stores Magazine — June 04, 2015

Latest Press Releases

September 25, 2015
Liquidity Services Announces Agreement to Divest its Jacobs Trading Business to Tanager Acquisitions, LLC for $17 Million

September 14, 2015
Liquidity Services Receives Recognition for IT Sustainability Efforts

September 07, 2015
Liquidity Services Named "Asset Disposal Firm of the Year" by ACQ Magazine

August 27, 2015
Liquidity Services Opens Online Auction on Behalf of Large, Multinational Computer Software and Consumer Electronics Company

Recent Blog Post


How Effective Marketing and Sales Drive Recovery on Surplus Assets and Inventory

Some businesses take a "Field of Dreams" approach to their reverse supply chains, thinking that if they put their surplus assets or inventory up for sale, buyers will somehow find them and be...

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