We buy salvaged goods
Dealing with salvaged goods often means the unfortunate event of dealing with less than ideal circumstances. Salvaged stock can be a result of fires, natural disasters, abandoned stock or any other reason why stock may become damaged for unwanted.
Many salvage dealers are only after a cheap deal and will often give you unrealistic valuations of your salvaged stock and goods undervaluing your company and expectations. Ideally you need Self Global, who can act as your stock liquidators and deal with the issues involved in the disposal of salvaged goods.
Self Global are at hand to help you in every stage in the disposal of your salvaged or damaged stock. From offering you a first class offer on your stock to dealing with collection and removal of your items once they have been re-located to a safe environment from which we can arrange the appropriate transportation method.
We are able to make you an offer on almost everything, we have bought flood damaged clothing, fire damaged electrical and many other types of damaged, unwanted and salvaged goods. When it comes to damaged or salvaged stock we will need to view your items before we can make a formal offer on your stock, you can do this by sending us multiple images of the products available as well offering product samples or allowing one of our representatives to come and view the products first hand. We’ll need to establish a clear indication to the level of damage that has occurred on the items and if they are still operable or useable for the end buyer, as this is drastically affect the price you could get for the salvaged stock.
Once we have agreed on a price for your salvaged stock we will arrange delivery or collection of your stock from our end, other salvaged stock collectors may want you to take it upon yourself to arrange disposal or delivery of your items, which we do not agree with. This means that you are free to use your new capital to get on with rebuilding your business and renovating your premises or selling it following an unfortunate event.
If you are looking to sell salvaged goods or unwanted stock then we highly recommend getting in touch with Self Global today to get an immediate valuation on your products. We are different and can offer a quick solution, prompt payment and fast collection or disposal of your salvaged or damaged stock.
Self Global, Buyers of Abandoned Containers and clearance stock Self global are buyers of abandoned containers which have always proved to be quite interesting for us especially when you have been dealing with unwanted and clearance stock for as long as we have. Channel 4 are still trying to chase us down to see if we would be willing to help supply them with an ongoing supply of random stock within containers for a TV show that they are trying to put together. This show seems to be a bit of a spin off from a similar show in the US but with their own twist. The show involves contestants within the trading industry bidding blind on a selection of abandoned containers on the docks, one by one the doors to the containers are opened and each contestant is allowed to make a bid on the stock contained within. After a round of bidding the winner is allowed to take the stock to a storage facility and then attempt to sell it on for a profit, or loss. They go about selling the stock by setting up various market stalls, boot sales and using online medias like eBay & Amazon to do so. If done right then a show in the UK could be quite entertaining and the guy who makes the most money each week might get an offer from us for employment, only joking! Whether it’s a case of the contestant picking the right container or just a bit of luck I don’t know but it will be interesting nonetheless. I would like to see if Self Global could play a part in the show and if assisting in this project could prove a mutually beneficial route to go down, so channel 4 representatives get in touch! It could certainly prove a good bit of publicity for us; they may even want some of our staff to take part as this all sounds good. This got me thinking about the reality behind REAL blind bidding on abandoned containers and their abandoned stock. On one occasion an opportunity arose to bid on an abandoned container in Liverpool that had been sat at the docks for over 4 years. It turned out the original owner had died some time ago and relatives had not attempted to claim the stock of which there was no inventory for, which was quite odd. After some digging around the Self Global team and I realised that the container belonged to a close member to one of the original owners of the Rolls Royce family! Which got me thinking that maybe, just maybe there could be something of extreme value hidden away within this container and we quickly made our bid. To our surprise the bid was accepted and we were eager to see what we had bought, however the very night before Self Global was due to travel up to view the contents of the container it turned out miraculously that the relatives had now claimed the contents of the container and our bid was declined… seems to be that there definitely was something of value contained within and maybe a pre world war 2 Rolls Royce was inside who knows, we should have followed it up. Most recently Self Global had...