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Success Stories

A new entrant in the competitive FMCG market in Australia had outstanding production capabilities but a limited distribution network.

One of Australia’s biggest retail department stores had slow moving stock, which they were looking to recover full value of.

Our client had delisted stock from a large retailer. They needed a solution that minimised the loss to the business and an alternate distribution channel to restore value.

The leading household appliances rental company faced ongoing challenges with clearing their ex-rental electronics stock.

A major high street fashion store came to us when they found themselves with a large amount of capital tied up in previous year’s fashions which they were unable to sell.

The client had first line product of drones, in large quantities but with restricted resale.

Stock that was out-of-fashion lingerie which needed to be cleared quickly.

This major global toy distributor had an over-supply of product in one particular category.

The client had first line product with restricted resale and high transport costs.

Client was in a situation where they had a large order cancelled from a developer.

To keep up with changing styles and trends in home renovations, a major Australian flooring retailer was introducing fresh stock to their stores on a monthly basis. 

A large FMCG client wanted ongoing slow-moving stock (SLOB) management in an effort to free up internal personnel to manage first line / more profitable sales options. 

An international toy distributors local Australian office had a discontinued model which was creating a cost issue sitting in a third-party warehouse overseas. 

Often retailers try a new product, branching out on their core offering to consumers. This is a great way for smaller businesses to create additional revenue streams as well as giving their customers a one-stop-shop in whatever category they represent.

A common problem faced by many of our clients is that the suppliers require a minimum quota of stock to be produced which is typically quite high. This acts as a double-edged sword, whereby on one hand, more stock amounts to more potential sales but on the other, it means there may be an oversupply of stock. 

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