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Purchasing quality equipment online

30 January 2017

In today’s fast-moving food and drink sector there is a growing trend towards buying equipment which is pre-owned. Despite this, manufacturers still need to ensure that their equipment is reliable and is of the highest quality. 

One company that can offer this is Industrial Auctions. Many food industry companies are using its online auctions to buy food processing equipment. 

Buying on an online auction can offer companies multiple benefits, so it could be interesting for many food processing companies looking for equipment.
 
The auction company provides a description of the machine with images so you can see the machine on the website before seeing it in reality at an organised viewing day on location or when bidding on the website.  You are also able to ask additional questions with Industrial Auctions researching everything for you, so you will have all the information about the equipment – its characteristics, year of construction etc. What you see, is what you get!
 
At the end of the auction, you get a message about the lots you have won and Industrial Auctions will stay in touch with you to arrange for pick up of the machinery. In consultation with the company, it could also arrange transport. 
 
Industrial Auctions also makes it easy to sell on machinery that is no longer needed. 


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