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Appraisers, Brokers, and Auctioneers of Industrial Equipment - Creators of Global Asset Management Programs
EquipNet is the world’s most comprehensive surplus asset management company. We are appraisers, brokers, and auctioneers of laboratory instrumentation and manufacturing equipment. Want to join our team? Check here for available positions.
Unit 3, The Pavilions
Ruscombe Business Park
Twyford Berkshire RG10 9NN, UK
Whether it’s surplus asset tracking, equipment redeployment, sales or purchasing second-hand equipment, our broad range of services allows clients to generate a significant amount of previously unidentified funds from assets that have just been sitting idle. Since 1999, EquipNet has been revolutionizing the way companies manage their surplus assets. In all cases, our clients benefit from hundreds of years of combined experience of our global workforce and an umbrella of support from our Project Managers who make sure that goals are met and deadlines are kept.
Taken individually, our services help customers meet various independent challenges such as having assets that they can no longer use, or needing to buy equipment quickly and economically. When combined, however, our services seamlessly unite to provide a comprehensive surplus asset management program.
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