Buy & Sell Pre-Owned Biotech & Lab Equipment in Europe
Are you in the market for Lab and Analytical equipment? Check our active inventory, upcoming auctions and equipment on Own It Now. EquipNet is the world's leading provider of used R&D equipment. If you cannot find what you are looking for, call one of our representatives and we will find it for you.
Do you have under utilised equipment in your facility that you no longer use? Maximise your company's financial return and focus on your sustainability initiatives by selling your Biotech and R&D equipment on EquipNet.com. Sell your surplus lab equipment on our global MarketPlace or alongside similar equipment in one of our industry-specific Global Auctions. Join EquipNet in contributing to a Green World while making space in your facility and earning some cash with equipment you no longer need for new laboratory equipment. Contact an EquipNet representative today to find out how you can create budget with equipment that are sitting idle in your facility.
EquipNet has been a premier outlet of used laboratory and analytical equipment in the USA since 2000. We are now investing in the growth of this space in Europe with EquipNet representatives all across Europe. Our European Headquarters are located in the UK and we have representatives in Germany, Italy, France, Ireland and Switzerland. We have warehouses in the UK, Switzerland and France for consignment services.
Success Stories in Europe
R&D Facility Consolidation: Belgium
The client was in the process of consolidating its R&D facility in Europe and determined that the majority of the equipment in its Mont-Saint-Guibert, Belgium facility was surplus to the ongoing operations.
Redeployment Specialists: Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Prior to shutting down its facility in preparation for closure, the client requested for EquipNet to take a complete inventory of all high-end processing, packaging, and laboratory equipment at its facility in the United Kingdom.
The client enlisted EquipNet’s services to assist in the disposition of approximately 150 assets at its Hammersmith, UK facility that was due to close. Prior to shut down, the facility had been performing human nuclear medicine trials, and therefore equipment in the facility included PET scanners, various lab, and maintenance equipment.