We sell the products to our buying partners, who thereafter resell the products to their markets, it can be a big market or a small market, it can be in the same country or another country. No agreements and prohibitions are made in between the buyers and sellers for interference of selling of the products. For many buyers the most likely business is of defective, obsolete, unfashionable and rejected products. That is, the buyer is likely to buy any defective goods together to sell it to the customers. The customers may not even realise there’s a problem with some of the pieces they’re prepared to purchase. But depending on the value of the products, they opt to buy it.


The products left after segregation are sold to the recycling companies who wish to buy them to get it recycle. Recycle is the process of converting waste material into new material and objects. The recycling of a material depends on its ability to reacquire the properties it had in its virgin or original state. It is an alternative to conventional waste disposal that can save material and help lower greenhouse emissions. Recycling can prevent the waste of potentially useful materials and reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, thereby reducing energy usage, air pollution and water pollution.


The products left behind, which are completely discarded by our buyers after sending them for reselling and recycling are donated and distributed among the needy people as a humanitarian act, either directly or through the charitable trust.