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  • Online Wholesale Reducing Pressure of Inflation for Shoppers After Brexit

    The role of online wholesale shopping options can play a significant role in reducing pressure of inflation on consumers after Brexit.

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    Earlier this week The Wall Street Journal reported that Bank of England Gov. Mark Carney has said that the United Kingdom faces “a prolonged spell of inflationary pressure as it reorients its economy toward new markets and away from the European Union.” He also noted that interest rates may need to rise “within months.” These economic challenges are hitting consumers directly with significantly higher costs of products and goods. One of the ways for consumers to mitigate this challenge is to shop through online wholesale companies like MX Wholesale.

    Although wholesale UK companies could be adversely affected by rising costs because of increased costs from UK importers and suppliers, wholesalers are better able to moderate their sales price by decreasing excess cost within their companies and adjusting their sales prices to prevent more pressure on consumers. MX Wholesale, established in 2002 and one of the first domains and online presence in the UK wholesale business, is a leader in the industry. The company has one of the best cost management strategies, which leads to cheaper sales prices before and after Brexit.

    “One of the easiest and most direct ways to reduce cost is using online sales as MX Wholesale has been doing for years,” says Navid Rezaei, CEO of MX Wholesale. “From the time that the internet started gaining in popularity, there has been opportunity to sell to consumers to reduce cost and increase competition. Online space has no limitations for growth and an ability to reach a global market while removing costs like renting a place or location.”

    Wholesale sites allow retailers and consumers (even in remote locations) to buy from anywhere without leaving their city, shop, or home. Known for its discount wholesale items, MX Wholesale is also well-known for their wholesale clearance between pound shop stores and retailers, offering a large category of clearance products and also has a wide range of pound line products too. MX Wholesale is continuing to innovate in the marketplace with additional businesses and services while staying true to its mission of supplying the most popular branded household items and toiletries at the best consumer prices available.

    About MX Wholesale; Originally set up in 2001 as a clearance wholesaler, MX Wholesale has since developed to become one of the leading names in the UK wholesale industry and almost the first online wholesale. The company has developed a range of products to not only include the wholesale clearance lines customers have come to love, but also lots of discounted items make us famous as a leading discount wholesale and online discount store, We always supply best selling items with very competitive price and offer great bargain coupons in our hot deals promotion. To learn more about the company and their range of goods and products, visit

  • Whirlerz fidget toys wholesale

    Stress balls and desk toys have been around for years, but now these Whirlerz fidget toys are the latest craze to be hitting the UK retail market.

    So-called fidget spinner toys were originally created to help develop fine motor skills in kids with autism and other special education needs but recently they have become a bit of an addiction to many adults and children around the country.

    a wide range of 'fidget spinners' are now available and have been mostly used by stressed-out office workers who use these fidget toys instead of biting their nails or driving colleagues mad by tapping or clicking their pens.

    fidget spinners can help to promote focus and concentration, and decreases stress throughout the day by silently rotating the device in the hand.

    Some musicians have even said they use the device to improve their motor skills promoting better performance.

    MX Wholesale have various cheap fidget spinner toys available to buy online now and make great profits including glow in the dark fidget toys.




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  • Who were the worlds biggest retailers in 2016

    Here at MX Wholesale we were suprised to see that Tesco outperformed

    This list is based on global performance, check out our latest post here for the UKs biggest retailers in 2016

    1. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
    Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE: WMT) is the world's largest brick-and-mortar retailer by a substantial margin. The company reported worldwide revenue of $485.7 billion for its 2015 fiscal year, a year-over-year increase of about 2%. It operates 11,453 store locations in 27 countries. About $228 billion of its 2015 revenue, nearly 60% of the total, is attributed to operations in the United States. Most of the company's store locations worldwide operate under the Walmart brand. However, the company also operates a number of other retail chains, including Sam's Club membership warehouse stores around the world, ASDA stores in the United Kingdom, Bodega Aurrera stores in Mexico and Seiyu stores in Japan. As of December 2015, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. has a market capitalization of about $194 billion.

    2. Costco Wholesale Corporation
    Costco Wholesale Corporation (NASDAQ: COST) is a membership-only warehouse retail chain with operations in nine countries. The company reported worldwide revenue of $112.6 billion for fiscal year 2014, including more than $2.4 billion in revenue attributed to annual customer membership fees. Year-on-year revenue growth amounted to about 7.1%. Costco operates 671 warehouse locations around the world, including 474 locations in the U.S. The company opened 30 new warehouse locations in 2014 and plans to open another 34 locations in 2015. As of December 2015, Costco has a market capitalization of $73.6 billion.

    3. Kroger Company
    Kroger Company (NYSE: KR) is the third-largest retailer in the world by revenue and the largest grocery retailer in the U.S. It reported total sales of $108.5 billion for fiscal year 2014, an increase of 10.2% over the prior year. Kroger operates 2,625 supermarkets and multi-department stores, which combine to make up 93% of company revenue. The company also operates 782 small-format convenience stores and 326 jewelry stores. It operates stores under more than 30 different brand names, including Kroger, Ralphs, Fry's, Fred Meyer, Food4Less, Littman Jewelers and QuikStop. Kroger has a market capitalization of $40.4 billion.

    4. Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc.
    Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. (NASDAQ: WBA) is a holding company formed during the merger of drugstore giants Walgreen Company and Alliance Boots at the close of 2014. For the fiscal year ending on Aug. 31, 2015, Walgreens Boots Alliance reported sales of $103.4 billion. However, this figure only includes sales arising from Alliance Boots operations after the merger was completed on Dec. 23, 2014. Consequently, true full-year results for the combined company are not yet available. The combined company operates more than 12,800 drugstore locations in 11 countries. It has a market capitalization of $92.2 billion.

    5. Tesco PLC
    Tesco PLC is a global grocery retailer headquartered in the U.K. For fiscal year 2015, the company reported revenue of £62.3 billion excluding value-added tax (VAT), equivalent to approximately $101.3 billion at average exchange rates for the reporting period. This represents a 2% decline in revenue compared to the prior year, making Tesco one of only two companies on this list not experiencing sales growth. Tesco operates 6,814 stores in 11 countries. In addition to its grocery stores in the U.K. and Europe, Tesco has major operations in Thailand, Malaysia, India and China. The company has a market capitalization of $19.9 billion.

    6. Carrefour SA
    France's Carrefour SA reported sales of ‎€74.7 billion excluding VAT, equivalent to approximately $99.1 billion at average exchange rates for the period. Revenue growth amounted to 2.9% on the year. At the close of 2014, Carrefour had 10,860 store locations in 33 countries. It operates stores in a variety of formats, including small convenience stores, mid-size supermarkets and large-scale superstores offering both food and general merchandise. Carrefour opened or acquired a total of 1,128 new stores during the 2014 year, adding more than 650,000 square meters of retail space. The company has a market capitalization of about $22 billion.

    7., Inc., Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) is the world's top online retailer. It reported sales of approximately $89 billion for the 2014 fiscal year, an increase of about 19.5% over the previous period. The company operates 14 country-specific retail websites and ships products to customers around the globe. About 62% of sales take place outside the U.S. Both domestic and international sales figures have shown continued fast growth in recent years. Sales of media products account for 25.3% of net sales, while electronics and other general merchandise account for about 68.4%. As of December 2015, has a market capitalization of $314 billion, the highest market cap of any company on this list by a substantial margin.

    8. Metro Group AG
    Germany's Metro Group is a European retail giant with far-flung operations in Russia, China, Japan, Thailand, Pakistan and India. The company reported sales of €63 billion excluding VAT, equivalent to approximately $85.5 billion at average exchange rates for the period. Sales were down about 4% from the prior year. Metro Group operates 2,200 stores under several brands, including the warehouse retail chain, Metro Cash & Carry, which is responsible for more than 48% of the company's sales. Other Metro Group retail operations include the supermarket chain Real, the consumer electronics retailers Media Markt and Saturn, and the department store chain Galeria Kaufhof. Metro Group has a market capitalization of $9.9 billion.

    9. The Home Depot, Inc.
    The Home Depot, Inc. (NYSE: HD) is the world's biggest home-improvement retailer. It reported sales of $83.2 billion for the 2014 fiscal year, an increase of about 5.5% over the previous year. The company operates 2,273 stores in total, including 1,977 in the U.S. and its territories, and the remainder in Canada and Mexico. The Home Depot offers a variety of proprietary and exclusive brands in its stores, including Hampton Bay home products, Glacier Bay home fixtures, Vigoro lawn care products and Husky tools, among others. As of December 2015, The Home Depot has a market capitalization of just over $170 billion.

    10. Target Corporation
    Target Corporation (NYSE: TGT) reported revenue of $72.6 billion for fiscal year 2014, an increase of 1.9% over the prior year's results. Target is a big-box retailer with 1,790 stores across the U.S. In addition to its large-format stores, the company also operates eight CityTarget stores in an ongoing test phase. CityTarget locations are designed as small-format stores for densely populated urban areas. Further expansion in this segment is planned for fiscal year 2015. Target has a market capitalization of $45.3 billion.

  • Tesco are to stop selling Heineken, Amstel, Sol and Tiger Beers due to Brexit

    Shortly after releasing its intent to acquire Booker Wholesale UK Tesco has scrapped more than half of its Heineken beer and cider range, after the brewing giant unveiled plans to hike prices in response to the pound's decline following the Brexit vote.

    According to the Times, Britain's largest supermarket has reduced the number of Heineken products on its shelves from 53 at the start of the year to 22. Tiger, Amstel, Sol and Kingfisher are among the beers to have disappeared from Tesco's stores.

    Sources at The Grocer say, Fosters Gold, Radlers and Rocks have also all been axed.

    The review of the Heineken range is said to be part of the supermarket’s programme to replace mainstream brands with craft beers and lager.

    Although it is also believed to be connected to price negotiations.

    A spokesperson for Tesco was quoted as saying the decision was motivated by the intent to better match the ranger of beers and ciders to customers' needs : ‘We frequently review our ranges to ensure they meet the needs of customers.

    ‘We continue to offer customers a great range of beer, lager and cider.’

    Heineken refused to comment on the matter stating: ‘We don’t comment on commercial arrangements with our customers.

    ‘Shoppers will continue to find a broad range of our fantastic beer and cider brands in Tesco.’

    In January, Heineken said it would raise prices by an average of 6p per pint, blaming its decision on "prevailing economic conditions", chief among them being sterling's 16% drop in the months following Britain's vote in favour of leaving the European Union.

    A weaker pound makes imports more expensive and even though the majority of beers brewed in Britain are made with home-grown ingredients, brewers have been hit by higher transport and energy costs.

    It is not the first time Tesco and one of its major suppliers has become embroiled in a price row.

    In October last year, a squabble blew up between the retailer and Unilever, when the Anglo-Dutch firm raised wholesale prices by 10% forcing the supermarket to cover the rising costs of goods made abroad since June's Brexit vote.

    However, Tesco, which has 28% , the largest share of the UK grocery market, refused to accept the increase, pulling popular Unilever products such as Marmite, Ben & Jerry's ice cream and Persil detergents off its online shopping platforms.

    The corporate row, dubbed Marmitegate at the time, was soon resolved and Unilever products returned to all Tesco stores but only after the government was forced to intervene.

    With their intended takeover of the UK's largest wholesaler what does this market share and buying strength mean for the UK wholesale and retail markets future?


  • Tesco is to buy wholesaler Booker for £3.7bn, in a deal it claims will create "the UK's leading food business"

    UK supermarket giant Tesco struck a deal to buy up wholesaler Booker to create what it claims will be Britain’s “leading food business”, it announced today.

    The deal values Booker at 205.3p a share, or £3.7bn, a premium of 12 per cent over its closing price of 183.1p a share on January 26.

    The Wholesaler Booker acquired grocery chains Budgens and Londis in 2015 and has over 170 cash and carry locations in the UK. Tesco said Booker shareholders will receive 42.6p in cash and 0.86 in new Tesco shares. The merger will result in Booker Wholesale shareholders owning 16 per cent of the combined company.

    This could be seen as a negative acquisition by many independent retailers however as the wholesaler Booker supplies 5,463 Premier, Happy Shopper, Londis and Budgens convenience stores. The shopkeepers own the properties and manage their stores on a franchise basis. This uncertainty will surely leave many retailers worried.

    “The Combined Group will bring benefits for consumers, independent retailers, caterers, small businesses, suppliers, and colleagues, as well as delivering significant value to shareholders”, said Tesco.

    It is thought that while some shopkeepers are worried others see that there may be a benefit in that the Tesco deal will mean greater purchasing power and lower prices, there are growing fears among rivals about Tesco’s sprawling control of the nation’s grocery supply chain and their power to dictate to suppliers over pricing like in the marmite gate row earlier this year.

    Retail property agents have suggested that Tesco will try to sell some stores where there are a number in the same location. One agent pointed out that it makes no sense to supply multiple stores in the same place, suggesting that Tesco would be "cannibalising" itself. Instead, it is likely to watch shoppers' habits over the next few months, and jettison the worst performing stores. While it can’t sell off franchised stores that it does not own, it could choose not to renew agreements with retailers. Could your franchise store be at risk?

    If Tesco is true to its word, shoppers will have more choice when they visit their local convenience stores; Booker boss Charles Wilson pointed to the potential offered by the former’s “unbelievable” fresh food offer. The combined business will also have a network of 8,000 click and collect points, making it more convenient than ever to have someone else pick and pack your groceries. It remains to be seen whether the “synergies” promised by the deal will keep a lid on price rises, or whether the takeover will in fact give independent retailers less choice in who supplies their goods - and hand yet more power to Tesco.

    Dave Lewis, Tesco’s chief executive said: "Tesco has made significant progress in turning around our UK retail business. This Merger with Booker will further enhance Tesco’s growth prospects by creating the UK’s leading food business with combined expertise in retail, wholesale, supply chain and digital. Wherever food is prepared and eaten – ‘in home’ or ‘out of home’ – we will meet this opportunity with the widest choice and best service available".

    Charles Wilson, boss of Booker said: "Booker is committed to improving choice, prices and service for the independent retailers, caterers and small businesses that we are proud to serve. We believe that joining forces with Tesco offers the potential to bring major benefits to end consumers, our customers, suppliers, colleagues and shareholders."

  • MX Wholesale Christmas Opening Times 2016


    MX Wholesale will be closed for the below days over Christmas.
    We have also included the last dates to make sure you get your delivery before the big day!

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  • Smarter procurement could save UK SMEs £106bn

    Could you or your business save more with MX Wholesale?

    SMEs taking a haphazard approach to reviewing their suppliers

    The nation’s army of small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) could save six per cent of their combined annual turnover, according to newly published research from Tungsten Network.[1]

    The study asked 1,000 business decision makers to estimate how much they could save through shopping around for better deals.

    Of the small businesses that responded, 28 per cent thought they could save between £5,000 and £20,000, while 15 per cent thought they could save up to £50,000. Based on these average estimates, each SME could save £19,663 each year, which when multiplied across the UK’s 5.4 million SMEs adds up to £106 billion.

    Richard Hurwitz, CEO at Tungsten Network, commented: “If British SMEs could realise even a small percentage of the estimated savings identified in the report, profitability would soar and working capital as well as cash flow would be significantly improved, allowing businesses to be more agile and flexible. With a clear procurement strategy, the potential savings are considerable and this research just highlights the value of having good market intelligence.

    “Smarter procurement would enable the UK’s SMEs to invest more capital back into their business, so they are prepared for whatever opportunities or risks may come their way. In an age where finance can be hard to come by, bringing efficiencies to the procure-to-pay work stream can be a value enhancing initiative. As SMEs make up 99.9% of all private sector businesses in the UK, the impact on the economy would be considerable.”

    The study also looked at the views of decision makers on the importance of procurement. Interestingly, those from small businesses believe it plays a more prominent role than sales or marketing.

    Asked how frequently businesses reviewed their list of suppliers, a key measure of the importance of following best practice in terms of procurement, respondents from SMEs revealed a jumbled approach. The majority of businesses - 42 per cent - said they review the supplier base annually but only 29 per cent do so two or three times a year. Meanwhile, 19 per cent say they have a review on an ad hoc basis or when they are dissatisfied.

    Hurwitz added: “In order to avoid paying more than they should, buyers need to develop stronger relationships with their suppliers to encourage honesty and transparency. This can have a huge impact on the bottom line.

    “The savvy buyer knows that many different factors come into play when choosing a supplier. Price has a strong influence, but quality, whole life cost, security, ethics, values and reputation of a business also hold sway. Besides, with the amount of data now available at businesses’ fingertips and valuable tools like spend analytics, buyers are able to analyse where and how they are paying their invoices, often uncovering significant opportunities to streamline their invoicing system.”


    article credit Tungsten Network

  • New lower prices on all wholesale smoking products

    Rizla Green
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    box of 100 medium weight cut corner papers.
    These are one of our best selling smoking products and we've just slashed the price.
    Compare this with what you are paying as we think we will be cheaper. As always our aim is to give you the lowest wholesale price in the UK!
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    Another top selling smoking product we've cut the price on for you.
    These lighters come in a tray of 50 disposable lighters making them just 5p each. most sell these for a minimum of 50p each so you make a whopping £22.40 profit from just a £2.60 investment
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  • New Lower Prices On Wholesale Batteries

    Duracell-Batteries-and-Panasonic-Batteries-WholesaleWe are happy to announce MX Wholesale have reduced our Wholesale Battery Pricing.

    Wholesale Duracell Batteries, and our Wholesale Panasonic Batteries prices have been slashed, now offering you the lowest prices from any online wholesale company.

    At this time whilst so many of our wholesale competitors are increasing prices, with the uncertainty that Brexit has given the UK, we thought that we would try and give you something to look forward to.

    Lower Wholesale Battery Prices = Higher Profits For You 

    We hope your as happy about this news as we are, to place your Wholesale Battery order click here > 


  • How Your Business Can Profit From Euro 2016

    There are lots of events on the 2016 calendar from which business can make a substantial profit, especially when it comes to the highly anticipated Euro 2016 football tournament.

    But are you too busy to figure out what your business could be doing to earn extra cash from the tournament?

    We’ve got all the handy tips and guides to earning a profit from the Euro 2016 football tournament and what you should be looking out for to ensure you don’t end up spending more than you bring in. Continue reading

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