Who we are
Established in 2009 Magpie is the UK’s leading stock clearance specialist. As wholesale clearance specialists we have extensive expertise and experience in the purchase and selling of unwanted stock. This includes bankrupt stock, surplus wholesale stock, liquidation stock and excess merchandise. Physical stock is stored in our warehouse. We are not jobbers or brokers.

Our business
We have multiple international routes to market, including wholesalers, retailers and importers in both mainland Europe, Middle East and North America. Our business sits within the Circular Economy*, where by we extend the life of products destined for destruction or landfill – instead they are sold to buyers who specialise in selling retail stock clearance either on the high street or online.

What we do
Marc Sutton MD, works closely with brand owners, licensees, liquidators and clearance companies to ensure all of their requirements are met. Magpie Ltd has a reputation for professionalism, discretion, honesty and trust. Not to mention excellent customer service! Furthermore our prices are unbeatable by any other UK stock clearance company. We are extremely competitive. Our team excel at customer service. Because we go the extra mile in order to ensure we provide a hassle free seamless service.

The real deal
Magpie Ltd buy and sell only authentic products. As such we inspect ALL stock before we buy. We pride ourselves on forging good relationships with our customers and suppliers. So if you are interested in working with us – you need to sell or buy wholesale stock clearance – please call us today and speak to one of the Magpie team on 01444 242281. Or for a call back please complete a Contact Us Form.

The definition of a Circular Economy: an economic system aimed at eliminating waste and the continual use of resources. Circular systems employ reuse, sharing, repair, refurbishment, remanufacturing and recycling to create a close-loop system, minimising the use of resource inputs and the creation of waste pollution and carbon emissions. Journal of cleaner production 2016