B-Stock Supply Overview

B-Stock Supply is a B2B liquidation marketplace where resellers will find opportunities to bid on wide variety of ever-changing inventory. Some popular categories include: designer apparel, consumer electronics, and appliances. Some recent examples of brands represented on the marketplace include: HP, Apple, Xbox, Kitchenaid, Sony, JVC, Olympus, Maytag, Michael Kors, Kenneth Cole, Abaete Mountain Hardwear, Habitual, Walter, MINT Jodi Arnold, Abaete, Naoki Takizawa, Miguelina, Twinkle by Wenlan, American Retro and many more. New auction events are added frequently. Don't miss out on our exciting liquidation auctions! Register Now!

We provide a thorough FAQ page that we hope will answer your specific questions about applying, login, payment, shipping, and bidding.

The B-Stock Sourcing Network

B-Stock Supply is part of The B-Stock Sourcing Network. The B-Stock Sourcing Network enables resellers to buy liquidation and overstock inventory directly from reputable enterprise retailers like Walmart, Sam’s Club and others. By offering liquidation merchandise directly from retailers and manufacturers, The B-Stock Sourcing Network provides buyers access to inventory they ordinarily would have to purchase from middlemen and wholesalers. These liquidation sales are exclusive to B-Stock Sourcing Network approved buyers.

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The B-Stock Solutions team has been helping Fortune 2000 retailers and manufacturers make their liquidation and overstock inventory available to a broader base of resellers through liquidation auctions since 2004. By building, hosting, and managing private online liquidation auction marketplaces, B-Stock Solutions enables its clients to open their liquidation inventory to a much larger base of resellers, while also creating new buying opportunities for companies that previously could not access this type of inventory directly from the source. Our team has already helped retailers liquidate approximately $1 billion worth of overstock and excess inventory.