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Definitions
These are our interpretation of trade terms and should not be considered an absolute statement of fact.
Surplus
 
Generally considered to be unused or unsold merchandise. We would consider surplus primarily overstock or shelf pull items since they were not sold. We would not consider surplus customer returns but we have heard it represented as such. Salvage would have some value but there is a reason salvage inventory has a reduced value that could be due to damage, functionality, or some other reason. Surplus inventory could include closeouts. We would normally not consider salvage merchandise surplus merchandise unless the reason for loss of value was primarily loss of sales value.
 
There is an abundance of overproduction of clothing and footwear and this generally leads to a good amount of surplus inventory in the form of overstock and shelf pulls in the marketplace. Most of the clothing we deal in is surplus inventory of this type.
 
 
 
 
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