Trade protections and regulatory restrictions are a bane to any manufacturer looking to liquidate excess inventory. They lead to decreased cost recovery and increased liquidation time for unsold inventory clogging up a warehouse.
No matter if it is B2B or B2C, most companies in the business of selling goods would have experienced slow-moving, obsolete inventory or excess inventory at some point. In this article, Pollen explores
In this article, Team Pollen writes about the difference between B2B and B2C trading and how Pollen plays a role in facilitating sustainability for all. From the Ever Given capturing headlines when it
As lean and "just-in-time" as we want supply chains to be, the fact is that demand planning is both an art and a science. So, what are some strategies that brands can utilize
Imagine having to throw away $30M of toys because your excess inventory costs are so high it's cheaper to dispose of than store them. While that financial write-off hurts, the unknown environmental costs