SHEFFIELD BUSINESS AWARDS: Export

Nick Patrick, of sponsor SYITC, with Debbie Harrison and Mark Lythe of Pricecheck
Nick Patrick, of sponsor SYITC, with Debbie Harrison and Mark Lythe of Pricecheck
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With 37 years of trading under their belts, Pricecheck Toiletries have garnered international acclaim for their work in the excess consumer products market.

The firm have built close relationships with leading manufacturers and brand owners around the globe.

They are trusted to discreetly place stock – resulting from overproductions, pack changes and customer cancellations – into secondary markets both in the UK and overseas.

Through developing international relations, they are able to offer greater product diversity, allowing international and domestic customers to utilise the company for their stock solutions. Their product categories are wide ranging, from toiletries to books, household to medical.

They also sell accessories, baby feeding, stationery and sun care products and have recently grown cosmetic and fragrance ranges to match demand.

The largest proportion of business comes from the thriving UK discount market. However, it is not limited that.

While Pricecheck Toiletries have been successful in their international strategy over the past five years, the firm believes there are more territories to research and develop.

The very nature of the products, their international brand identity and the remote territories that the firm already trade with demonstrate the firm can essentially trade these products in almost every country across the globe.

Already, smaller customers in remote territories are using Pricecheck Toiletries as a one-stop shop due to their broad product range.

The firm will be moving premises later this year to accommodate their expanding product categories and ever- growing team.

They are recruiting an increased number of staff to complete country development research as well as additional export sales personnel to drive growth forward in existing and new territories.

The firm is also looking to hire further multi-lingual members of staff to further their international ambitions.