Liquidity Services' New AllSurplus Deals Service
Liquidity Services runs the world's largest e-commerce marketplace for business and government surplus. The company has just launched its AllSurplus Deals service, which offers deep discounts on overstock and returned items. Visitors can find items of every type and price range on AllSurplus.com, and can save their searches and receive personalized recommendations based on their interests. Here's how to take advantage of this opportunity:
Sign in now
AllSurplus has become the premier online marketplace for business surplus. If you already had an account with Government Liquidations, you can sign in now to continue shopping for great deals on Government Surplus Equipment. While you can still sign in to your account on Government Liquidations, its settings have been integrated on AllSurplus. Regardless of your previous account status, AllSurplus is a safe and efficient platform for buying and selling.
Find great deals at AllSurplus
AllSurplus.com is the world's largest e-commerce marketplace for government and business surplus items. With over five hundred asset categories, you're sure to find something you'll love. Plus, you can find incredible deals from Liquidity Services sellers, including Fortune 500 companies, federal government agencies, and certified small and midsize businesses. Here's how you can get started. Creating an account is free.
Save shipping costs
As an experienced buyer, you know how important saving shipping costs is. Shipping can eat up a large part of your potential profit. But there are ways to cut shipping costs when buying surplus products online. Here are four of them. You'll save money by getting more for your dollar! And, you can pick up your items from the warehouse yourself. This is especially useful for large items. You can save even more by buying from a warehouse that is closer to your location!
Reduce carbon footprint
Purchasing products with low-carbon footprints is an excellent way to reduce your carbon footprint while eating a healthier diet. This will also save you money on energy bills. Furthermore, it is important to know that livestock is responsible for 14.5 percent of man-made greenhouse gas emissions. These emissions come from feeding and processing livestock and are mostly made up of methane, which is 25 times more potent than CO2. By eliminating meat from your diet, you can reduce your carbon footprint by around 8 pounds per day - which is a considerable amount over a year.
Choosing organic and low-impact plant-based food is another way to reduce your carbon footprint. Organic food sources require less water and energy to grow, but they do require more land than conventional methods. Yet, they produce similar greenhouse gas emissions. A simple way to reduce your carbon footprint at home is to organize your fridge and freezer regularly. Make a shopping list for what you need to buy, so that you don't waste food.
If you travel frequently, try to take public transportation rather than driving. You can use a train or bus for short trips instead of a car. This will cut your carbon footprint by at least 4%. By eliminating your car use, you will also reduce your carbon emissions by about 2.6 tons, which is about the same as taking a round-trip transatlantic flight. Taking public transportation will also reduce your carbon footprint.