EquipNet is working with a leading Research and Development company to help sell its surplus equipment. The featured item available now is a Siemens Microscan Walkaway 40 Plus Microbiology Analyzer System. This piece of equipment includes LED display, control panel, and a top mounted thermometer.
EquipNet is working with Colgate-Palmolive to help sell its surplus packaging equipment from a facility in Ohio. For over 200 years, Colgate-Palmolive has been serving millions of consumers across the globe with its products, ranging from personal care soaps to household cleaners and much more.
EquipNet’s Computer Equipment Services provide a number of outlets to help you properly manage your unwanted or surplus equipment, all while protecting your sensitive data. From asset tracking programs to on-site data destruction, EquipNet can ensure the best solutions whether you are looking to recover value, secure your data, or both.
The innovation and variety of medical devices has hit all-time highs recently with 2016 medical device sales setting all types of records never witnessed before. The advent of new and developing technologies makes the future of the industry look hopeful and exciting. Industry experts predict that medical device technology sales will surpass the $500 billion mark by the year 2022. In order to reach this estimation, sales are estimated to grow 5.2 percent each year.
The year is coming to a close, but EquipNet still has tons of great deals on pre-owned equipment. We work with a number of leading global corporations around the world to help manage, sell, and even purchase equipment. Check out some of the great deals we have for the remainder of this year, featuring some unused assets from a number of well known manufacturers.
It’s that time of year again! The year is coming to an end, which means EquipNet is hosting a variety of clearance events through our auctions channel. Some of the auctions we currently have scheduled feature chemical equipment, MRO, laboratory & analytical, processing and packaging and much more.
Check out some of our auctions’ details below, and be sure to keep an eye out for last minute events by visiting our website.
The manufacturing process is evolving right before our very eyes. With every day that passes, manufacturing becomes more efficient and more dependent on artificial intelligence and advanced technology. Gone are the days where human labor is an essential part of the assembly line. But what are the trends that are shaping the future of manufacturing?
As any diet-conscious food-lover will attest, striking a balance between good nutrition and great taste can be harder than keeping a good hollandaise sauce from separating. For many chefs, if they could only select two seasonings to use for the rest of their lives, they would invariably be salt and pepper. For those that want or need to avoid sodium, half of that iconic duo poses a big problem: too much salt raises blood pressure, can contribute to kidney disease, and even lead to a stroke. That can be a bitter culinary pill to swallow, but when salt adds so much flavor to dishes, can delicious dishes really go without it?
Written by Meghan Filbin, Marketing Intern – The beverage processing equipment market is changing fast due to growing consumer demands. Future market insights says that since there is a rising demand for fortified, lower calorie drinks, with an increase in concern for health safety and hygienically processed & packaged beverages, the beverage processing equipment market is “witnessing maximum growth.”
EquipNet is working with a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer to help sell its surplus equipment from a facility in Pennsylvania. This project’s inventory features two high quality MediSeal Form Frill Seal Stick Pack Lines.
How It’s Made: Ice Cream Sandwiches
Written by Meghan Filbin, Marketing Intern – What’s better than food? A whole day devoted globally to it! World Food day is celebrated every year on October 16 by more than 150 countries on behalf of the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 1945. The origin behind the day is to increase awareness of the issues behind poverty and hunger. Each year, they select a new theme to emphasize a current problem needed for action.
On September 18, 2017, EquipNet Inc.’s subsidiary, EquipNet India Pvt. Ltd., celebrated its 10th anniversary within the surplus asset management market. EquipNet is widely recognized as the global leader in helping leading manufacturers track, manage, sell, and purchase surplus laboratory instrumentation and manufacturing equipment. The Indian subsidiary has been operating from its Mumbai headquarters since 2007.
EquipNet is working with a leading biopharmaceutical manufacturer in Israel to help sell its surplus assets. This project’s inventory features: Vial Filling Lines, Freeze Dryers, Decanter Centrifuges, Chromatography Skids, Glove Boxes, Tanks, FPLCs, Granulators, Analyzers, Bioreactors, Waterbaths and Circulators, and much more.
Written by Bridget Carey, EquipNet Project Manager – Every day, hours pass, and your equipment continues to sit in the corner of your facility collecting dust. But it’s okay, you’ll get to posting it for sale tomorrow, or at least that’s what you tell yourself. Another day passes, and the equipment still remains idle. Life is busy, and sometimes you can’t get to everything you want to accomplish within a day.
EquipNet Presents – How It’s Made: Packaging Tubes
Flexible packaging tubes are seen all over store shelves for a number of products, ranging from toothpastes and lotions, to paints, glue, and much more. These tubes are great because they allow users to squeeze out most of the product and still be able to read the fine print on the packaging. Check out how these tubes are made in the video below:
Written by Bridget Carey, EquipNet Project Manager – It happens. 4 months pass, no leads. 5, 6, 7 months pass, and still no interest from the market on that one piece of equipment you’ve had for years. So, you look over the listing, and it looks perfect, right? Look a little closer. Does it share the full story of the equipment? You wouldn’t buy a car based on one photo and a description that says it may or may not run; well, the same goes for a piece of equipment. The more information you provide in a listing, the better. Therefore, here are 3 tips to consider when creating a listing:
Not only does EquipNet help large and small corporations alike with managing surplus equipment, but we also work with a number of universities. Through our University Solutions service, EquipNet offers assistance buying, selling, and managing an array of surplus equipment and more – ranging from laboratory and analytical instruments to computer equipment and even classroom and lab furniture.
How It’s Made: Bacon