If you’re looking to get rid of stock quickly and efficiently, e-commerce sites like eBay and Amazon are definitely worth considering. There’s a reason they are so popular after all.
M Brill Ltd is a long-established stock purchasing company in London - we have been purchasing bankrupt, liquidation and clearance stock since 1919...
Operating from our headquarters in Hackney, London, we offer the fast purchase and clearance of unwanted bankrupt, liquidation or catalogue clearance stock in the UK, with best price offers and a speedy service, making decisions straight away. We are committed to providing you with excellent service levels and thanks to our industry expertise and strong offers for stock, we are one of the market leaders in the goods clearance industry. If you need stock clearing straight away and want a hassle-free service, all you have to do is contact us today on 020 7254 0333 and speak to one of our stock buying specialists.
Bankrupt stock purchasing in London
We know you can be left with unwanted stock at the most inconvenient times and this is why we offer a quick resolution for stock buying and stock clearance in all London boroughs and throughout the UK. Whether you have obsolete and unwanted goods, an excess of stock, or end of season clothing ranges, you can call us for a fast and fair quote and speak to our friendly staff who will be delighted to offer you the best prices for your goods. Get in touch today to discuss the best possible price and to arrange a collection at your convenience by calling us on 020 7254 0333. We look forward to hearing from you.
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