Electronics wholesale supplies: single lines or mixed?

26, Nov 2012 by admin in wholesale electronics     No Comments

A successful business, in general is a matter of making good decisions. From general ideas, to the detailed and specific things, a business owner has to decide in order to compete with other companies, and of course to satisfy his or her customers demands. A matter of type of supplies belongs to this class too.

Lately, we have posted some notes regarding different groups of merchandise. Among them, we have placed untested wholesale customer returns, as well as refurbished wholesale electronics for sale and finally graded electronics wholesale supplies. Today, we will focus on the types of supplies and try to describe the two different ways of buying wholesale electronics.

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Single lines of wholesale electronics for sale

The main advantage of buying a load of single model of the certain appliance is the possibility of becoming the only supplier of this product. This is a really important thing for wholesalers, as their earnings are based on the number of the transactions, not on the difference between the buying price and supplying price.

The key disadvantage is the risk. If the product will not sell as it should, a wholesaler will be left with bunch of wholesale goods in the warehouse, and empty pockets.

Mixed lots of wholesale electronics

The basic positive for mixed lots of wholesale electronics is the variety of merchandise for sale. A seller has a bit of this and a bit of that, so the range of potential customers increases.

Nevertheless, the negative effect is, that there are almost no reserves of stock in trade. If something sells good, for example used working wholesale white goods, a seller will not be able to make a bigger profit unless he or she has a huge amount of these products for sale. If not, the chance to make a decent income misses him or her.

In most cases, wholesalers prefer purchasing single lines, while retailers are after mixed lots. Which of these two types of supplies is better for Your business? As usual, You have to decide on Your own.

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