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Distributor and exporter of used and new clothes that process over 1.5M Lbs. of used clothing per year. The Company purchases used clothing directly from high end donation sites from large metropolitan cities throughout the United States. Major department stores count on this company to purchase surplus, liquidation, over runs and returns of all different types of merchandise including new clothes, shoes, toys, electronics, tools, etc. Brand name department stores include: Target, Kohl's, JCPenney, Macy's, Bloomindale's, Aeropostale, Abercrombie, Victoria's Secret, Sears, Bed Bath & Beyond, Toys' R 'Us, Baby' R 'Us, Best Buy, Home Depot, Academy, Athletic Footwear, Wal-Mart, K-mart, Costco, Amazon.
They negotiate large volumes purchases directly from the source without the use of intermediaries to ensure the lowest price and the highest quality clothing in men’s and women’s styles. They purchase the best name brands on the market at truly unbeatable prices.
This company has fined tuned the process from beginning to end, from the collection of the clothes, break down and sorting into organized categories, meticulous selection of clothing piece by piece , and a final quality control check of clothing by trained personnel to ensure all orders are packaged and shipped correctly every time.
From boxes or pallets to full containers, they can service small retailers or set up distributors and wholesalers for special discounts from 10 to 50+ bale piece quantities, and they can ship to any destination around the world.
The owner started with clothing boutiques in Acapulco, Mexico and then moved to the US and saw the opportunity to purchase used and new clothing in bulk and distribute into Mexico. He started in 2006 in a 10,000 sq/ft warehouse in South Texas and grew the business into a thriving enterprise with a primary focus on Mexico to smaller merchant retailers. In 2013, he realized the larger volume business was in other countries like Central America and Europe where he sells containers of clothing and other goods. In 2015, he started doing construction in Mexico and sales dipped slightly while he was trying to do both. He came back in full time in 2016 and ramped sales and increased profitability. 2017 is trending higher than 2016 with double digit growth. The owner’s real passion is in construction in his mother country Mexico and that is why this company is up for sale.
This business can be relocated to any area in the United States. Continue to grow the business in Central and South America. The company is opening new markets in other countries around the world with unique and creative strategies. And they are currently negotiating with a large buyer in Africa. The current owner has an extensive list of proprietary information and strategies that will be passed on to the new owner during the training at no charge. This company has major upside for long term growth because 95% of world population is buying used clothing. There are other companies like this that have been in business for many years, but they are not even close to the saturation point in many of these countries.
The average American spends $1,700 per year on clothing and 20 billion garments are consumed annually. Americans only recycle 15% of their clothes which creates huge opportunities for collection of used clothing. About 45% of our discarded clothes is exported overseas where demand is high. This company buys direct from collection facilities by the pound, sorts them in their warehouse and sells all over the world. Most of their competitors focus on other regions of the world and can barely keep up with demand. They sell higher quality used and new clothes at better prices into Central America and Europe.
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