#WTS Stocklot #Returns Electrical and Small domestic appliances top brands

– nr. of pcs 8.905 ( 5 trucks )

-Products are customer returns.

-All products was tested.

-All products are 100% WORKING, but used.

-Products are in original or spare packaging.

-The goods are sold without warranty.

list on request; available for inspection in our warehouse in Czech

please get in touch in English or Italian

Michele whatsapp +39 3383892814 michele.delvecchio@ricondizionatoshop.com

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#WTS #Stocklot #smallappliances and #consumer electronics, pure #returns untested, Very good quality , Super-attractive price

We want to sell stocklot small appliances and consumer electronics products, returns untested, very good quality, most part in original packaging, in boxes 100cm high. Fully available for inspection in our warehouse in Czech. Super attractive price per box.

ask for pictures and price to michele.delvecchio@ricondizionatoshop.com

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#Refurbed goods and Brand Protection, my real grading criteria. ( Part one )

first refurbisher commandment “Protect the brand”

Usually, when we are looking for a refurbished good, through the e-tailers or shops online or something like that, find out first our article, then we check the price, then , going to specifics, details about status of goods, quality, aesthetic details and so on.

Often, we find some additional details like for example, “certified refurbished” or some grading criteria like for example, A/A plus, B, Star, Gold grade etc. Every company have his grading criteria about refurbed goods, every refurbisher same.

This is correct, it’s a good policy in order to protect the customer and get more useful and mandatory details for purchasing.

But how many vendors protect brands ? They are interested to do that or at the end add grist to their mill? When the vendor defines a product as “certified refurbished” applying a grading criteria, it’s included the “brand protection”?

Let me say, often the answer is , no ! Because it’s a cost.

When i’ve selected my partners, for my consulting company, my choice is gone to traders and refurbishers, following my visionary idea of circular economy, green and last but not least, the brand protection criteria use.
I am a service company, and my clients ( the brands ) must to be protected.

For example. How many e-tailers or sellers asks to their supplier (to get them “certified refurbished” plate ) if goods are refurbished with original spare parts? Believe me , not so much.
Why , never, there is not mention to “certified refurbished only with original spare parts” ? Simple, because the risk is to lose competitivity.

I get one year of warranty, says the seller, my supplier are selected carefully.
Not works so.

Seller protect his business, but his business is created thanks to the brands, and if you, first protect the brand, you protect business twice.

To use original spare parts, as my refubisher partners do it, safe the native quality, this means “brand protection” and only after that, the final result can be really accredited as “certified refurbished” .

end of part one

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#Refurbished goods online market players expects to have an optimistic “Green Friday”

Refurbished goods online market expects to gain continued demand for pre-owned products ahead of the festive season this year. We believe the demand for refurbished products to continue to grow in the times to come,and having seen the trends, we are optimistic about the continued demand for pre-owned products ahead of the festive season this year.

This is to happen when all major e-tailers , like Amazon Renewed, and others are geared up with their sale events for the festive season and are offering products at aggressive discount prices and offers. The question stands why a consumer would buy refurbished products given new products are available at such huge discounts and offers?

As consumers adapt to the ‘new normal’, they can buy good quality products at affordable prices as refurbished and pre-owned products can be about 30-40 per cent cheaper as compared to new products. They also have exciting options like no-cost EMI, warranty, discounts, doorstep delivery, product installation, demo options and buy-back options which make pre-owned products more attractive.

Before the coronavirus pandemic hit almost every sector of the economy, the refurbished market in Europe was seeing rapid growth. In fact, in 2019 last year, when the global refurbished products market declined by one per cent, the European market for refurbished goods increased by 9 per cent, as per research stats.

However, as the lockdown was eased post-April, organized refurbished market started to get its momentum back. where TVs, refrigerators and kitchen appliances were in most demand. Similarly, Amazon’s Refurbished Goods Vertical Amazon Renewed had witnessed a higher customer demand (reportedly, 10 – 20 per cent) post the easing of lockdown.
For that reason, expectations about refurbished products sales, are prudencially optimistic, hoping for a “green Friday”

The challenges of job loses and salary cuts, in the backdrop of a contracted economy to have a massive impact on consumer buying behaviour cannot be ignored. Despite that, the companies are hopeful of success. , while the economic impact of the current pandemic is likely to affect consumer behaviour, we foresee consumers to largely lean towards options which deliver better value. The concept of reusing is not new to european consumers. If this unforeseen pandemic has taught us anything, it is to put second-hand first and considering the environmental benefits associated with reusing products.

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Home appliances. How , refurbishment, can be helpful for sales during COVID-19 emergence

The impact of the coronavirus on global logistics has been severe. Many countries have imposed substantial restrictions on border traffic.

The coronavirus has hit global trade hard. Because of the outbreak, many governments have imposed travel restrictions along with lockdowns with varying degrees of severity. The world’s trade lanes have all experienced double-digit declines. Most of them have experienced declines of over 30 percent.

The Chinese lockdown measures have had supply chain implications for many Western countries. This is because of the importance of China in so many of the world’s supply chains.

As a result, even businesses encountering increased demand, such small domestic appliances and electrical equipment, are facing supply chain issues that endanger their production.

The global impact of the coronavirus on the economy and supply chains is still difficult to assess in its entirety. However, what is already clear is that the impacts of the virus are severe and are likely to extend over the next few months at least.

So, how refurbishment services can be helpful for small domestic appliances and consumer electronics industry?

To be clear, this is not “THE” solution, but one of the right strategies useful to mitigate and/or financial/clients loss , because …

If is not possible sell brand new products due COVID shipping restrictions, could be sold refurbished ones , reducing a big part of commercial losses and opening a new commercial market

Products refurbished are much appreciated from online buyers, which seems , are increasing day by day.

From scrap returns, refurbishers can harvest spare parts useful to be sent to service centers, solving a big issue with customer satisfied, if the far-east supplier delay the production and the shipping.

Considering entire supply chains broken due to country lockdowns,
missing raw materials, longer lead times, etc. Refurbishment and harvesting spare parts, could be an instrument to avoid market speculations, containing costs and cash .

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