What is Manufacturers’ Inventory?
Manufacturers’ Inventory is Dead Inventory Management System’s online marketplace. It
is equipped with tools that help companies with excess inventory list it online in an
efficient manner. The marketplace focuses on unused industrial components and was built
to help sellers quickly list their products and buyers easily find in-stock products
that they need.
How does Manufacturers’ Inventory help me manage my inventory more effectively?
Manufacturers’ Inventory provides a number of tools for Maintenance, Repair, and
Operations (MRO) and storeroom inventory management. Our analysis service gives you a
dashboard and detailed view of the value of your surplus parts in today’s market.
Our online marketplace lets you easily sell excess inventory or purchase unused and
hard to find spare parts.
How do I contact Manufacturers’ Inventory?
We love to hear from current and future customers! Give us a call at 844.774.6764, email
us firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the contact us page.
What is the relationship between Dead Inventory Management Systems (DIMS) and Manufacturers’ Inventory?
Dead Inventory Management System is the parent organization for Manufacturers’ Inventory.
Manufacturers’ Inventory provides the online marketplace, inventory analysis, liquidation,
and recycling services.
What regions does Manufacturers’ Inventory serve?
The Manufacturers’ Inventory marketplace operates on a national and international basis
while all other solutions are served in the United States alone.
What is the marketplace?
The Manufacturers’ Inventory marketplace is an online store that allows owners of excess
industrial components to easily sell them to interested buyers without the need for a
liquidator. The marketplace allows both parties to get the best deals possible. Sellers
receive a significantly higher return on value compared to liquidation options and buyers
are able to immediately purchase in stock parts at a discount compared to other vendors.
What is my cost for the industrial component marketplace and analysis service?
We don’t charge any upfront costs for initial analysis and consultation. Depending on the
services executed, Manufacturers’ Inventory takes a percentage of the sales price or commission
based on the solution used.
How does the selling process work?
Manufacturers’ Inventory performs an analysis of your dead inventory and helps you sell it through multiple services based on your needs.
A few quick steps:
Connect with Manufacturers’ Inventory (click any of the “Sign In” links on the website or
call to set up an appointment with an Account Manager.
Put together a list of excess inventory you are interested in selling, including the
manufacturer part number, quantity and manufacturer (at minimum).
Manufacturers’ Inventory will use its technology to analyze the parts you have
provided, and an account Manager will get back to you with your best options for
getting the highest return based on your company’s needs.
After that you will work with your account manager to execute suggested solutions options.
Will Manufacturers’ Inventory buy my inventory?
No, Manufacturers’ Inventory does not buy your inventory nor do we take title of it. By providing
the marketplace as a service we are able to keep our costs low and pass the savings on to the
buyers and sellers.
How do I ship my goods after they’re sold in the marketplace?
Once an item is sold in the marketplace you will be notified via an email. The email will contain
a packing slip for your preferred shipping vendor. You will need to package the items you’ve
sold, print and apply the packing slip, and send it out with your next scheduled shipment.
How soon will I receive my payment?
Payment will clear once the 7 day dead on arrival warranty has passed.
How does liquidation work through Manufacturers’ Inventory?
Manufacturers’ Inventory strives to get the best possible return for your excess inventory. If
our analysis reveals that liquidation may be the best solution for your dead inventory,
we’ll track down quotes to get you the best return and set up arrangements with your shipping
department. We’re doing the work for you and will charge a finder’s fee for our efforts.
How does recycling work through Manufacturers’ Inventory?
We can still help if you currently have inventory that is not eligible to be sold through
the marketplace or liquidated. For a small finder’s fee Manufacturers’ Inventory will do
the research necessary to find a facility to take those parts and help coordinate logistics
of moving the product to the facility.
What does Manufacturers’ Inventory get for selling my products?
We take a commission when one of your products is sold. This allows you to receive a much
greater return on the value of the part compared to liquidation options.