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Dec
05
2012

American CE Liquidator Buys Canadian Repair Depot NESA

Marketnews — December 05, 2012

It looks like a match made in heaven. NESA, arguably the largest CE service centre in the country, has been bought by gigantic Liquidity Services, Inc. Toronto-based NESA specializes in repairing...

Dec
02
2012

Capital Buzz

Washington Post — December 02, 2012

Government Liquidation next week plans to auction off an initial batch of Vietnam-era Air Force C-5 Galaxy engines, totaling more than 87,000 pounds of scrap metal. Government Liquidation —...

Nov
30
2012

Surplus equipment sales help cities s-t-r-e-t-c-h budgets

The Municipal — November 30, 2012

One strategy for making your department's budget go farther is to put that extra equipment on the market: The trick is figuring out which selling strategy will get you the best price and involves...

Nov
29
2012

Liquidity Services Has Record Year

Washington Business Journal — November 29, 2012

D.C.-based Liquidity Services Inc. just closed on a record fiscal year and said it expects its surplus goods auction business will see total sales volume top $1 billion next year. The company...

Nov
27
2012

Super Tuesday

Univision Nevada — November 27, 2012

Nov
27
2012

Restock Tuesday Plays a Role in Holiday Shopping

Fox 5 Las Vegas — November 27, 2012

Nov
27
2012

North Las Vegas Company Plans to Expand

CBS 8 Las Vegas — November 27, 2012

Restock Tuesday was in full swing following one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year. Stores, big and small, are restocking shelves for the next round of shoppers. "This is one of the biggest days for Liquidation.com all year long," said Mitch Robinson, operations manager for Liquidation.com. The company is an online marketplace for returned and overstocked merchandise. They boast lower prices than regular retailers and appeal to smaller retail outlets, antique stores, and flea market sellers, looking to buy bulk to stock their shelves with everything from clothing to computers.

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