Wholesale Bearing Distributor

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Finding a Wholesale Bearing Distributor

Are you interested in finding a wholesale bearing distributor or drop shipper for your bearing retail business or online bearing store?

It's easier to find a wholesale bearing supplier if you know exactly which bearing products you need. If you already know what you want to sell, here are some tips for finding a wholesale bearing distributor for your business.

1. Understand Your Industry's Bearing Distribution Channels

There are many ways a bearing can go from manufacturer to retailer. Not all wholesalers serve the same machinery market. Understanding your industry's bearing distribution channels, and knowing where you fit in the supply chain can help you find the right wholesale bearing supplier for your retail or online business.

Different types of bearing wholesalers include:

Bearings Manufacturer: For some bearings, you can buy directly from the manufacturer. This is basically what a bearing store does — buys from small bearing manufacturers.

Importer/Exclusive Bearing Distributor: In Bearing industries, a company might have the sole rights to import and distribute a bearing in a certain country. Some may sell directly to retailers, but more often, they set up or sell to smaller local bearing wholesalers.

Wholesaler/Regional Distributor: There are usually regional wholesalers who take delivery of truck-sized lots, break them down and sell bearings to local wholesalers.


Trader: These individuals make daily deliveries bearings to local machinery store and retail brick-and-mortar stores.

Each product industry has its own unique distribution channels. Some retailers will move enough volume to bypass jobbers, or maybe in a smaller industry, importers sell bearings directly to retailers.

When you first start, you'll be buying from the smaller wholesalers at higher bearings and seals prices. As your volume increases, you'll be able to get better pricing and/or move up the supply ladder to a bigger bearings and machinery parts wholesaler.

2. Try the Manufacturer First

You might as well start at the source. If you're selling famous bearing items, go directly to the manufacturer of the bearings. They might sell to you depending on their minimum order requirements.such as SKF

NSK TIMKEN FAG and other famous brand bearings. you need a big order to starting.

If you're too small for SKF or they only sell through established distribution channels, ask them for a list of bearing distributors you can contact. By starting at the source (the bearing manufacturer), you can either get the lowest prices or at least get a list of the most reputable bearing distributors to kick off your search.

The fewer people you have to go through, the lower your cost will be, allowing you to be more competitive in the bearing marketplace. Also, you'll certainly want to get a sample of the bearing you intend to sell to make sure ensure it's high quality.

3. Have a Productive First Contact With a Wholesale Bearing Supplier

Take the list of wholesale bearing distributors you got from the bearing manufacturer, and start contacting each one. What you're looking for are minimum order requirements and their wholesale unit prices. To get the best responses, be honest about what you're looking for (don't try to sound "bigger" than you are), keep your emails short and to the point, and be friendly.

4. Try Searching for Bearing Wholesalers on Google

As mentioned above, you can start your preliminary research with some basic Google search bearing terms. As you get deeper into your research, you'll probably get more specific about the bearings you're seeking.

Conduct Google searches for the words "bearing wholesale" or "bearing distributor," plus some keywords from your bearings. Try product names, model numbers and brand names. Go through each result and look for the "bearing wholesale list" link or an email address or phone number where you can get more information. the more potential bearing wholesalers you find the better you'll be able to comparison shop and get a feel for what normal industry prices are, as well as get competitive bearing quotes.

5. Look for Wholesale Lots on eBay

If all else fails, some retailers or small bearing wholesalers will sell lots of your bearing on eBay.

Since eBay mainly targets retail consumers, the wholesale options you'll find here are usually only suitable for very low volume bearing retailers. But if you're just starting out, eBay might be the easy start you need to dip your toes into e-commerce and start shipping product. It's also possible that the people who are selling bearings direct to consumer on eBay also have.

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