Used Merchandise Stores Industry
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Industry Analysis


Companies in this industry sell used merchandise such as clothing, antiques, furniture, books, and jewelry. Major US companies include Goodwill, The Salvation Army, Savers, and Winmark.

Competitive Landscape

Demographics, consumer income, and consumer tastes drive demand. The profitability of individual companies depends on efficient procurement and effective merchandising. Large companies have advantages in marketing and finance. Small companies can compete effectively by offering specialty products, serving a local market, or providing superior customer service. The US industry is fragmented: the 50 largest US companies account for about 30% of sales.

Products, Operations & Technology

Major products include used clothing, footwear, and accessories (about half of sales) and used furniture, appliances, and other home furnishings (about 15%). Other products include antiques and home entertainment and recreation items.

Geographic Segmentation

See where the Used Merchandise Stores industry is concentrated geographically and research companies by financials and key corporate data.
Top Used Merchandise Stores Companies:
1668.996985M | United States
1308.268864M | United Kingdom
999.693661M | China
687.078097M | Japan
616.20335M | Nigeria
520.065887M | Japan
497.73351M | Japan
400.0M | United States
313.420885M | Japan
197.493438M | Japan
195.010511M | Australia
183.25345M | China
175.493496M | Japan
174.986146M | Japan
172.591287M | United States
164.402857M | United Kingdom
164.331111M | United Kingdom
153.193225M | Japan

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