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John Lewis Launches B2B Marketplace: John Lewis Trade Auctions

By Chris Dawson October 24, 2017 - 9:00 am

We’re often asked the question “Where can I buy stock from”, so today we may be able to answer that question as John Lewis has partnered with B-Stock to launch John Lewis Trade Auctions. This business-to-business marketplace offers EU-based resellers stocklots of customer-returned and new-condition/overstock merchandise including: toys, appliances, computer accessories, lighting, clocks, textiles, home furnishings, and travel goods.

About John Lewis Trade Auctions

The stocklots on the marketplace are being sold via weekly online auctions in LTL (less-than-truckload) quantities. Shipping is available to the following countries: UK, Belgium, Ireland, Italy, Germany, France, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Romania, and Netherlands. In order to bid, buyers must provide a government-issued business certificate (VAT certificate, Certificate of Incorporation, etc.).

You will find more details and be able to register to bid at johnlewis.bstock.com

B-Stock trade auctions

B-Stock are just one of the product sourcing services that you’ll find in the Tamebay Guide and it’s well worth browsing their site as they work with a ton of partners running their B2B trade auction sites, of which John Lewis is the latest to launch.

Featured in this article from the Tamebay Guide – companies that can help you grow and manage your business.

B-Stock

Buy returned and excess stock directly from high street and online retailers

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