Gone are the days when our fellow countrymen shunned the idea of recycling clothes. But with the passage of time thinking citizens of CIS freed from the stereotypes of past years, it has allowed many to adopt foreign commercial tradition, and also trade clothes b / y. In other words, the bulk second hand, for a short period of time conquered the customers for their quality and affordability. During the formation of sekondhenda were formed spent their supply chain, having the country's leaders, who began to bring quality sekondhend wholesale to our country. Why do sekondhend has become so popular? The answer is directly related to the allegation as American products. After several years of continuous importation of foreign sekondhenda in all post-Soviet countries 'camp', it becomes clear that our Chinese clothing and much has to play the quality of imported / used. Surprisingly, the wholesale second-hand these days has become more popular than new clothes for the kids. But all is not so well in this business.
Interest of some countries in more revenue from sekondhenda, sometimes forcing them to to foul play. For example, second-hand bulk in St. Petersburg has a very high quality, but due to dishonest actions of suppliers, collaborating with a monopoly in this market, the clothes of America does not reach the end user, or falls, but with changes to the data about the country of the sender. In this trade does not depend on the quality of the original, and of the sort enjoyed by this European suppliers. Scheme rather simple.
Serious European suppliers pack their products in America, after bagging give his English. Old, but, unfortunately, an effective scheme. But this does not mean that it is impossible to calculate. Some companies were able to build an effective chain of purchases and supplies directly from sekondhenda America. Because of the long term, these companies work involves continuous monitoring at all stages of the supply from the conveyor sorting sekondhenda points in large United States – New York, Toronto, before arriving in Europe and to our country.