An Arizona-based inventory liquidation company has opened a warehouse in Indianapolis. BidOnFusion.com works with major retailers such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: WMT) and The Home Depot (NYSE: HD) and says it will employ 20 workers at the Marion County facility. September 10, 2014
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – BidOnFusion.com has opened a new warehouse in Indianapolis. The growing inventory liquidation company allows online resellers, flea market vendors and other entrepreneurs to purchase wholesale goods direct from major retailers such as Sam's Club, Walmart, The Home Depot, Costco and Target through online and live auctions. The company is expanding from its headquarters in Arizona to better serve customers throughout the U.S.
“We are thrilled to become a part of the Indianapolis community and establish a presence in this thriving market,” said Sebastian Baerend, CEO of BidOnFusion.com. “We look forward to meeting our new Midwestern neighbors.”
Located at 6550 E 30th Street, Suite 156, in Indianapolis, the new BidOnFusion warehouse will employ up to 20 people and will enable BidOnFusion to better serve customers in the Midwest and East Coast with lower shipping rates and faster delivery times, as well as easier access to sale preview days and pickup times.
BidOnFusion.com is a marketplace for the returns and excess inventory of Fortune 1000 retailers and manufacturers. Their inventory is available in a variety of categories and size allotments from Hot Boxes to pallets and truckloads. Clients include Sam's Club, Walmart Stores, Walmart.com, TigerDirect, Target, Costco, Inmar and The Home Depot. With a global traffic base of more than 10 million B2B buyers, BidOnFusion is uniquely positioned to move wholesale inventory.