A Better Future for Surplus

Fast-Moving Consumer Goods

Surplus Solutions Built for Speed

Cross the Finish Line First

Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) manufacturers aim to maintain competitive advantage in a fast-paced industry, continue growth through strategic mergers, acquisitions or expansions, and stay compliant in an ever-changing regulatory environment. Liquidity Services is the unrivaled, proven leader in providing reverse supply chain solutions that ensure our FMCG clients finish first.

More than
$100 million
in total sales
Over
50,000
lots sold annually
More than
400 online
auctions annually

Asset Categories

Liquidity Services has expertise in nearly every FMCG asset category:

Why Liquidity Services

See Our Client Success Stories

Learn how we've delivered consultative surplus asset management, valuation, and sales solutions for the world'€™s leading organizations.

Principal Deal Generates Capital and Eliminates Risk for Professional Services Company

Our client is the largest professional services network in the world. After being appointed administrator over a company by the bank, the client became liable for a UK premises and all assets within it. These included a wide range of industrial and food production equipment as well as scrap metal and packaging materials.

Leading Food and Beverage Conglomerate Maximizes Value with Global Surplus Asset Management Program

Our client is a leading food and beverage conglomerate with operations in over 80 countries. To increase efficiency and profits, the company recently began strategically consolidating its facilities and machinery worldwide. The company then needed a partner that could implement a global process to maximize value for the surplus assets resulting from these activities

Multinational Food and Beverage Corporation Maximizes Value for Surplus While Achieving Financial Compliance

Our client is an $80 billion multinational food and beverage corporation. To increase efficiency and reduce costs, the company decided to consolidate several of its North American facilities. The client sought a partner to maximize value for the wide range of surplus equipment and fleet assets resulting from this initiative. The company also needed to ensure financial compliance with internal policies and external regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley.

Liquidity Services Partners with European Food Group to Manage Phased Plant Closure

As part of a strategic restructuring, a European Food Group made the decision to close a large 500,000 square foot facility in the UK. While the site had been valuable as a meat production plant, the site layout needed major renovations to meet efficiency improvement needs. After evaluating the cost to make renovations, the management team determined that the cash required to make the updates would make a greater difference in other parts of its business.

A Craft Brewery Discovers the Value of a Newly Purchased Brewhouse

Have you ordered a craft beer lately? Are you looking for a brew from a small independently owned brewery? Although beer industry growth appears stagnant, the craft beer segment is heating up to the tune of 13% in growth volume in 2011. This growth took place while overall U.S. beer sales were down an estimated 1.3% by volume. Even though craft brews account for less than 6% of all beer sales, they play a big part in the future of the beer-making industry. With its distinct markets, however, it can be hard to tell what the value is of craft brewer equipment.

Multi-National Consumer Goods Company Utilizes Asset Management Solution for Effortless Closure

A global consumer goods company made a decision to close one of its facilities in Europe. While reviewing the assets it might redeploy or sell externally, the company discovered the information on the assets was incomplete and disorganized. Its management team requested a more efficient process to capture information on the assets and understand their value for both redeployment and sale purposes.

Leading Snack Company Restructures and Doubles Estimated Value on Facility Disposition in Greece

Quick $3M sale convinces global snack food provider to adopt new streamlined asset management program for facilities worldwide