FACTS ABOUT REJECT PERFUME

Not all rejects are done in the factory plant itself but may also occur after sale…     

1) AFTER SHIPPING REJECT… – after shipping reject is one of the common rejects for all products. Most of the case, its only effect the packing (box) but not the bottle. Stock could have been exposed to extreme heat conditions for lengthy periods of time. Since people won’t buy any defect items at the counters as customers only demand for the perfect item even with the box, this rejected item will end up at the warehouse.                   

2) FACTORY REJECT… – it would be impossible to produce products without reject. Most factories achieve 99.8% yield (output) where 0.2% is rejected e.g. 99.8%x1000000 = 998000 bottles. The rest are rejected (2000 bottles). Why they are rejected? It could be damaged packaging, incorrect/skew labelling etc. These reject will never be thrown away. They have their own vendor for disposal. Since there are so many manufacturers for branded perfumes, it will be enough for people like us to trade them… Factory reject outlets are no longer strangers among us (although not common in SA), there are many stores  worldwide.

Factory stock of Nike, Levis, Ralph Lauren and lots more branded items are sold around the world. Are they selling fake items? No, they are original but it's sold with lower price tags as they are reject items…

3) EXPIRIES. – After quite some times perfumes will expire. Let say for 1 batch is valid for 8 months. If the item failed to be cleared on time, it will be returned to where it came from. The manufacturer will reduce the output base on the sale demand. The perfumes are still in good condition even after the date line.