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White Pine Relaunches Buying Service for Independent Jewelers

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Company introduces liquidation solution.

(Press Release) NEW YORK, NY – White Pine Trading LLC, a purchaser and trader of diamonds, fine jewelry and luxury watches, has expanded its buying service to better meet the needs of independent jewelers. The expanded offering provides specialized bulk purchasing for events such as store closings and storewide product updates. The new service will also include an enhanced inventory exchange payout option for independent jewelers.

The new purchasing process, available either by mail or an in-store consultation, will be quick and easy for retailers. Using the new service, jewelers will be able to liquidate any amount of inventory at any time and receive competitive cash pricing or trade-in value.

Additionally, when jewelers opt for the trade-in payout option, they can earn up to 10 percent more in credit toward future purchases from White Pine’s fine jewelry and luxury watch inventory.

The new buying service provides:

  • Around-the-clock access to experienced buyers.
  • Competitive real-time trading prices.
  • Same-day payment policies.
  • Greater/increased value applied to product exchanges vs. cash payments.

Andrew Brown, president of White Pine, said, “We work tirelessly to develop offerings that suit our customers’ needs while providing easy solutions to everyday business challenges. Expanding our buying service in this manner fills a void for retailers that struggle to find a fair and efficient liquidation partner.”

For more information, visit www.whitepinediamonds.comsiam.

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