More buyers. Faster sales. Higher prices.

We gather your preferences.

We collect your merchandise information and develop a targeted buyer strategy that fits your brand. Maximize your speed and control while minimizing workload.

Buyers bid on your merchandise.

We hold a private auction with the right buyers in our global network. Have existing buyers? Increased competition means you achieve the highest market prices with less negotiation.

We help you fulfill the order.

Inventory can be shipped immediately from your facilities. We provide access to our 3PL, warehousing and data-wiping service partners as needed on any auction.

More buyers. Faster sales. Higher prices.

We gather your preferences.
We collect your merchandise information and develop a targeted buyer strategy that fits your brand. Maximize your speed and control while minimizing workload.
Buyers bid on your merchandise.
We hold a private auction with the right buyers in our global network. Have existing buyers? Increased competition means you achieve the highest market prices with less negotiation.
We help you fulfill the order.
Inventory can be shipped immediately from your facilities. We provide access to our 3PL, warehousing and data-wiping service partners as needed on any auction.

40%

higher recovery rate

Leverage network effects to sell with greater speed and better pricing.

Array's flywheel effect allows you to sell your merchandise at higher prices than ever before.

You benefit when new sellers join Array and bring their existing buyers. These buyers are invited to auctions like yours and increase the bidding activity - creating a richer marketplace for all other sellers. This value creation attracts new sellers who, in turn, bring additional buyers.

A message from our Chief Executive Officer;

The world's top retailers leverage sophisticated tools and large networks to sell excess merchandise in less time, at the highest prices.

We created Array to level the playing field. With Array, DTC brands achieve the best results turning unproductive merchandise into valuable working capital. We're thrilled to be making business better, together.

Bryon Shannon, Array CEO

Leverage network effects to sell with greater speed and better pricing.

You benefit when new sellers join Array and bring existing buyers. These buyers are invited to auctions like yours and increase the bidding activity - creating a richer marketplace for all sellers. This value creation attracts new sellers who, in turn, bring additional buyers.

You may be wondering.

Array does not purchase or warehouse any inventory. We do however work with many third party providers who can help streamline all aspects of the merchandise liquidation process for you.
Sellers can determine which countries the buyer must be located in and whether buyers are allowed to sell on physical, online or mobile channels. For brand management purposes, sellers can also designate whether specific merchandise is strictly reserved for charitable donation purposes with a non-profit organization in our network.
Yes, most sellers require active bidders to agree to a predefined terms of sale document which Array shares as part of the auction details. Sellers receive pricing guidance from Array and can set auction reserve prices.
Auctions start during business hours Monday through Friday and last from three to seven days. Array caters auction timing to the preferences of the seller and markets the auctions to it's broad network of global buyers. Auctions typically end between 10 am and 4 pm PST (1 pm - 7 pm EST). You can find auction close time details on any auction listing.
Array bills the winning bidder once the auction is complete. The seller is required to ship the products directly to the winning bidder using a shipping or freight method described in the auction details (seller selected, buyer selected). Buyers can pay via credit card (for a 2.5% fee) or wire transfer. Array pays the seller 90% of the final sale price three days after delivery of merchandise to the buyer.

Curious about something else? Reach out.

You may be wondering.

Array does not purchase or warehouse any inventory. We do however work with many third party providers who can help streamline all aspects of the merchandise liquidation process for you.
Sellers can determine which countries the buyer must be located in and whether buyers are allowed to sell on physical, online or mobile channels. For brand management purposes, sellers can also designate whether specific merchandise is strictly reserved for charitable donation purposes with a non-profit organization in our network.
Yes, most sellers require active bidders to agree to a predefined terms of sale document which Array shares as part of the auction details. Sellers receive pricing guidance from Array and can set auction reserve prices.
Auctions start during business hours Monday through Friday and last from three to seven days. Array caters auction timing to the preferences of the seller and markets the auctions to it's broad network of global buyers. Auctions typically end between 10 am and 4 pm PST (1 pm - 7 pm EST). You can find auction close time details on any auction listing.
Array bills the winning bidder once the auction is complete. The seller is required to ship the products directly to the winning bidder using a shipping or freight method described in the auction details (seller selected, buyer selected). Buyers can pay via credit card (for a 2.5% fee) or wire transfer. Array pays the seller 90% of the final sale price three days after delivery of merchandise to the buyer.

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What we're reading.

Coronavirus: Leading through the crisis

Mckinsey & Company

This article is intended to provide business leaders with a perspective on the evolving situation and implications for their companies.

Download PDF
Go to article

Retail response to the coronavirus

Jacob's Marketing

The coronavirus pandemic is affecting retail businesses in a variety of ways. Jacobs is continuously updating research, insights, and stories to help you navigate this challenging time.

Go to article

Coronavirus (COVID-19) survey insights

Klaviyo

Klaviyo is conducting daily business and consumer surveys so that they can provide the most accurate industry information on the impact of COVID-19. Topics include marketing, supply-chain and consumer behavior.

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