Sustainable Investment Recovery Solutions for Your Surplus Electronics & Semiconductor Equipment

Whether it's selling an individual listing or an entire plant closure, EquipNet is here to help with investment recovery solutions that fit your needs, while providing sustainable outcomes. In creating a circular economy, EquipNet has worked with many clients to help sell the surplus semiconductor tools and electronic test and measurement equipment within their facilities. One of many solution offerings would be EquipNet's Outright Purchase Program which allows you to free up space and gain a capital return quickly!

Individual Assets Sales

Sell your surplus equipment on our global marketplace or alongside similar equipment in one of our industrial auctions. You can list one piece of equipment at a time or hundreds. EquipNet’s Project Management Team will work with you to select the sales channel that best fits your needs.

Projects and Plant Closures

EquipNet has managed hundreds of site closures and projects 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’ll recommend the best sales plan to sell-through your assets.

Asset Management Program

Our corporate clients are able to gain visibility across their organizations using EquipNet’s proprietary Asset Redeployment Management System. ARMS™ is a secure web-based interface that allows clients to proactively identify, post, track, redeploy, and sell surplus or idle equipment.
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EquipNet hosts quarterly online auctions featuring electronic test and measurement equipment from leading providers of RF solutions, telecommunication companies and Fortune 500 companies that are our global clients. These auctions are a great opportunity to buy pre-owned assets at a great value but they are also great for consigning your equipment and clearing up space in your facility, while gaining a capital return on those assets that you no longer need.

Get Cash for Your Used Electronics & Semiconductor Equipment

Below are categories of equipment currently wanted by our qualified database of buyers. If you have any of these assets sitting idle in your facility, post it now or contact us today to determine the best investment recovery solution for your inventory.
Communication Test Equipment, Network Analyzers, Signal Test Equipment, Oscilloscopes and more ETM Equipment
Wafer Probing Systems, Wafer Probe Stations, Wafer Inspection Tools, Die Prep Tools and more Back-End and Front-End Tools
Back-End Inspection Equipment, Pick and Place Systems, Reflow Furnaces, Screen Printers and more PCB and SMT equipment
Environmental Chambers, HPLCS, Microscopes and X-Ray Systems and more Lab Instruments for semi labs

An Update on the Semiconductor Chip Shortage

There has been a lot of talk about the ongoing Semiconductor Chip shortage, but even with all the articles and updates, there is still a lot of confusion and uncertainty regarding it. We wanted to break down what is going on and what has caused it so you can have a better understanding of the issues facing the Electronics Industry and how this shortage will affect it going forward.

Infographic: The Semiconductor Chip Shortage

A significant number of items, particularly electronics, use Semiconductor Chips. However, a perfect storm of circumstances has created an unprecedented shortage.

What are Semiconductors and How are They Used?

In this blog post, we explore the basic questions about these seemingly simple but incredibly necessary components in Electronics and other equipment used on a daily basis.

Shortages and Demand in the Semiconductor Industry

In this blog post, we dive into the issues that caused the shortage in the first place, and discuss options that companies have to try to contribute to the end of the shortage.

EquipNet Exclusively Remarkets Your Inventory Internally and to the External Market to Maximize Returns

Upgrade from Spreadsheets and Manage Your Surplus Assets with EquipNet's Asset Redeployment Management Systems (ARMS)




ARMS is a secure web-based interface that facilities can use to post, track, find, redeploy, buy and sell equipment. Clients can easily determine the success of their efforts by analyzing cost savings through redeployments and revenue generated through sales. Companies that exclusively use EquipNet for their asset disposition needs can see $2M to $10M in previously unidentified funds per year.

Additional Investment Recovery Solutions

Surplus equipment takes up valuable space at your facility. Our Outright Purchase Program provides sellers with immediate financial return and it helps them clear out equipment from their facilities more quickly.
EquipNet’s Global Consignment services provide simple equipment storage solutions that ensure your industrial machinery and instrumentation are organized, secure and showcased in one of our global facilities.
EquipNet has designed our Equipment Procurement Program to allow companies to benefit from 25% to 75% savings off the cost of new equipment while avoiding the time, effort, and risk associated with used equipment.

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Striving for Sustainability, and How EquipNet Can Help

Taking sustainability into account when making any decision is incredibly important, not just for the environment, but for your own personal success and happiness. When it comes to equipment, the same rules apply, and you shouldn’t have to put your sustainability goals aside to get an efficient and useful piece of equipment. Recently, PMMI interviewed a group of packaging professionals from a variety of company sizes and throughout a wide variety of industries, including Food and Beverage, Personal Care, and Pharmaceutical, for “Packaging Sustainability: A Changing Landscape”. In it, the professionals discussed their concerns with current processes and equipment they use, and their desires for future machinery and products.

News and Media

EquipNet Inc. and Hangzhou E-Giant Semiconductor Tech Co., LTD have signed a joint venture partnership to expand the resale of semiconductor tools within the Chinese market.
The client reached out to EquipNet for assistance closing its entire telecommunications division, which included over 20 facilities across the globe and in over five countries.

Interested in Selling Your Surplus Electronics and Semiconductor Equipment?

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