and receive a $50 credit
on your first purchase.
Welcome to Shoenet.com. We are your #1
Surplus, Excess Inventory, Below Wholesale, Overruns, Distressed Goods,
Department Store Returns and Salvage Merchandise.
We have dealt throughout America and the entire world for over 15 years with
Wholesalers, Retailers, Importers, Exporters, Brokers, Auctioneers,
Distributors, Thrift Shops and Flea Market Vendors.
We always have Liquidation and Surplus Closeouts available to you at Pennies on
the Wholesale Dollar by the pallet, lot or the truckloads. These
Overstock Liquidation and Store Returns Closeouts truckloads come
directly from the Department Store Distribution Centers to you.
Shoenet.com carries an enormous range of
Closeouts Merchandise and Salvage Merchandise. Our massive selection
of Closeout Surplus and Below Wholesale Overstock includes Men's, Women's &
Shoenet.com wants a long and prosperous business relationship with you and your
company. We have years of Closeouts and Salvage Surplus sales experience so that
our clients can purchase quality Closeout merchandise with confidence and
assurance. Call us today!
Shoenet.com is your place for pallets, lots and truckloads of quality
Closeouts and Surplus Merchandise. We stock hundreds of pallets with
various mixtures of products in order to supply our clientele and their
ever-growing demand for discount and closeout goods.
Most pallets will leave our warehouse
as they came in. Shoenet.com deals in Overstocked merchandise. Most of the items
we carry are in new condition. Be sure to read our
FAQ section and call us with any questions
before you purchase.
Shoenet.com brand name items are mostly from department store shoes.
We have direct contracts with most major department stores and
can supply our customers with one of the widest assortments of items on the
Shoenet.com is a worldwide distributor and exporter of department store returns
and closeouts merchandise, offering the absolute best closeouts, liquidation
items, salvage merchandise, overstocks and surplus merchandise, wholesale
Shoenet.com.com has been in the closeouts business for over 14 years, supplying
to wholesalers, exporters, retailers, auctioneers, eBay, brokers, flea market
vendors and closeout distributors. We carry all types of merchandise from major
department stores and manufacturers in the U.S. We carry a full selection of
eBay Merchandise, wholesale merchandise at below wholesale prices, such as:
wholesales men's and womens shoes, We sell by the case, by the
pallet, by the lot, or by the truckload.
Attention: To all Buyers, Distributors, Flea Market Vendors, Auctioneers,
Brokers, eBay power sellers, Etc. Avoid the middle man, buy direct from
Shoenet.com.com and you will save all the intermediate costs. We are the primary
source for other suppliers & distributors through out the U.S.
Our large volumes of purchasing and sales allow us to benefit
from significant savings which we then pass on to our customers with very low
We aim to build long-term relationships with customers and are
not interested in one-shot deals.
We aim to please all customers, whatever their size and we
hope that you will always find us honest and sincere to deal with. We pride
ourselves in our quick and efficient customer service. Emails are always
answered promptly and efficiently and you will always hear a human voice
whenever you call during our business hours.
These goods will include customer returns, shelf-pulls,
mark-down items, out-of-season, discontinued items, in-store display items,
Some general information about Overstock/Closeouts.
Closeouts (also Liquidation):
Closeouts are generally considered to be excess from a previous season's
production and are the result of changes in color, design, and fabric or missed
deliveries. Closeouts by definition should all be first quality. Name-brand
companies are left with billions of dollars in excess inventory each year and
are forced to sell their excess inventory for several reasons: Products must be
removed from shelves to make room for newer models; a change in financial
circumstances or strategy may result in canceled orders; manufacturers may be
downsizing or moving facilities; companies may need to reduce inventories for
accounting reasons. As a result, the companies are forced to sell this
first-quality inventory quickly and below their cost.
Overrun (also Overstock):
Overruns are over production from specific cuttings or orders and are generally
the result of the order not matching the amount of material needed. The amount
of cloth needed to produce 30 shirts may actually be enough to produce 45 shirts
and therefore we have a 15 shirt overrun. Overruns by definition should all be
Department Store Returns (also Salvage Merchandise):
Customer returns include an extensive range of merchandise including products
actually purchased and then returned by customers, in store damages, marked out
of stock products and case packs that have been opened. Most of these products
are sold by the truckload from various points around the country. The products
are either sold as a percentage of the cost of retail or by the pallet. The
store returns are less than perfect merchandise. The merchandise may be slightly
damaged, missing a piece, discolored, or be in a damaged box.
On the other hand you usually get a large amount of products that are like new.
A small percentage of the merchandise may have to be discarded. You are
generally paying between 8-12% of the retail price. Even with a small throw away
percentage and with some of the merchandise slightly imperfect, it turns out
that you usually double or triple your money. Yes, there will be the occasional
sour lemon, but if you continue to purchase the merchandise on a regular basis,
you will see that it is worth your while.
Any inventory, merchandise, or equipment that can no longer be sold at the
regular retail or wholesale price, but still possesses value. Surplus is
generally caused by discontinuations,
overruns, closeouts or
overstock. Most businesses have a need to liquidate 2-5% of their
products as surplus.
Why would a company purchase Closeouts?
The off price industry accounts for hundreds of millions of dollars a year in
retail sales. Discount retailers, swappers (flea market vendors), auctioneers,
exporters, wholesalers and many other companies purchase these
products. Closeouts are usually purchased at a substantial discount to first
quality in line production. These discounts can be from 15% to 80% off first
quality prices. These discounts are usually passed on to the consumer and afford
a merchant the opportunity to promote a product at a discount to the market.
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