Industrial equipment can be costly to purchase and quickly depreciates upon leaving its dealer lot, which makes purchasing used equipment an economical and prudent solution.
Before selling used machinery, it’s wise to have it professionally cleaned up and collect any pertinent technical specifications. Kempler offers various selling options – consignment or direct purchase.
It’s Easy to Sell Online
If you need to sell old equipment online, selling through marketplaces like Mascus and eBay can be an efficient and profitable way to do it. These websites connect buyers from all around the globe – creating opportunities to turn a quick profit!
Additionally, Facebook groups offering equipment sales can also be found by searching with keywords like “Facebook used _____ equipment”.
As buyers will not be able to inspect it directly, clear, detailed pictures are essential in making the sale. Include any accessories that go along with the equipment if possible as this will make your listing more desirable to buyers. Clean or restore any equipment before taking photos in order to show potential buyers that you care about its condition for its next owner and want it in good shape for them.
Industrial equipment depreciates over time after it is purchased new; when purchasing used, someone else has already taken on this depreciation – making the equipment an exceptional value purchase for you.
Purchase of new industrial equipment may take an extended period, with long lead times making this an infeasible option for businesses looking to launch faster while saving money at the same time. By opting for secondhand machinery you can accelerate business startup faster while saving both money and time!
Additionally, purchasing used equipment can be more ecologically sound. Manufacturing new industrial equipment requires vast amounts of energy; while many of the components from used industrial equipment can be recycled for environmental benefits.
Kempler provides various ways for you to sell industrial equipment, including consignment, online auctions and direct purchases. Their professional appraisers offer reliable valuation of your machinery. Plus they’ll handle the logistics so you don’t have to!
Industrial equipment depreciates quickly. But by purchasing used machinery, someone else has taken on the initial depreciation costs so you get top-quality equipment at a fraction of its original cost tag. At CCG, we specialize in financing transportation, construction and waste equipment such as boxes, cranes, trucks and roll-off containers so your business can take advantage of Jungheinrich intralogistics equipment at an attractive price so it can start earning revenue faster.
Kempler sells used industrial equipment through multiple methods, from consignment sales and auctions online, to direct purchases and direct bids. Their professional appraisers ensure a fair valuation for your machinery. You can set a “Category Watch” alert so you’ll know as soon as items matching your criteria become available on the market; plus they boast one of the world’s largest inventories of used machinery! For more information about selling your equipment check out their free guide on selling equipment.
Businesses often find themselves with surplus industrial equipment they simply can’t afford to keep on hand. Whether their revenue has exceeded what is necessary to purchase new machinery, or production processes have changed such that certain machinery is no longer required, many businesses opt to sell off this surplus equipment in order to free up space for other needs.
Consider selling your used industrial equipment to a dealer as they specialize in appraising machinery and can connect you with buyers quickly. They also can assist in setting a fair price and expediting its sale quickly.
Used equipment purchases offer two key benefits. First, their initial investment costs can be lower and in turn can save money in the form of decreased overhead expenses. Second, its lower cost and shorter lead times allow faster return on investments for your facility’s overall efficiency – particularly important when growing businesses need to scale rapidly.