Investment Recovery and Redeployment Solutions for Your Surplus Equipment
Individual Asset Sales
Sell your surplus equipment on our global marketplace or alongside similar equipment in one of our auctions. You can choose to list one asset or hundreds at a time. Our Project Management Team will work with you to select the sales channel that best fits your needs and gets you the best results.
EquipNet has managed hundreds of site closures and projects throughout Europe over the last two decades. We understand your industry, your equipment, and how to manage sensitive deadlines. Based on your project scope and timeframe, we will recommend the best sales plan to meet your needs.
Our corporate clients are able to gain visibility across their organizations using EquipNet’s proprietary Asset Redeployment Management System. ARMS™, as it is known, is a secure web-based interface that allows clients to proactively identify, post, track, redeploy, and sell surplus or idle equipment with ease.
Below are some of the wanted categories of equipment that EquipNet is currently looking to purchase through the Outright Purchase Program or for you to sell through EquipNet's Posting Platform. If you have any of the following equipment, or if you are searching for your own wanted equipment, contact us today.
A client was in need for help with a complete closure of a facility in Hünfeld, Germany, home to over 1,000 late model assets that now had to be inventoried, tagged, and sold within the client’s requested deadline.
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