EquipNet is working with a leading electronics manufacturer to help sell its surplus equipment. This facility specializes in innovative and high performance RF (radio frequency) solutions for a number of markets, including mobile, infrastructure, defense & aerospace, and the IoT. These assets are currently still in production, but will be available in June 2018.
We’ve got a number of auctions coming up in the month of March, including semiconductor manufacturing equipment, pharmaceutical processing and packaging equipment, personal care manufacturing surplus, MRO and much more.
There is a general consensus among experts in the food production industry that animal food supplies may not be able to keep pace with worldwide demand over the next two decades. In fact, many people who have eschewed eating meat have done so partly for environmental considerations – the amount of resources used to raise one beef cow, for instance, is staggering. Meanwhile, food industry researchers have been creating new iterations of our favorite food, most notably GMO vegetables and starches that are more resistant to pestilence and disease and produce higher yields than their organic or non-GMO counterparts. It should come as no surprise then, that entirely lab-created food would be the next big thing from food scientists. But laboratory created steak?
Under Section 179 of the United States Internal Revenue Code, taxpayers can elect to deduct the cost of specific types of property, such as industrial equipment, on income taxes as an expense, rather than requiring the cost of the assets to be capitalized and depreciated. For EquipNet’s clients, this means when a piece of machinery or equipment is purchased for business use, companies are eligible to receive a tax deduction for buying and using them.
Did you know, March is National Frozen Foods Month? Frozen foods have always existed in climates that were cold enough for foods to freeze, but the innovation of this industry did not begin until 1924.
A lot of digital ink has been spilled on how cavitation has been revolutionizing the food industry in plain sight over the last few years.
What exactly is this process? How has it been changing food for the better?
If you’ve never heard of this and you want to know more about what it is and what it means for the food sector, then you’ll definitely want to keep reading.
How It’s Made: Ball Valves
If you did not already know, EquipNet attends a number of industry-based trade shows around the globe. We’ll be exhibiting a number of upcoming shows, featuring locations in the US, UK, and Germany. Here’s our schedule for March and April 2018.
A number of trends shaped the food and beverage industry in 2017, which included some interesting flavor combinations, efficient packaging solutions, healthier snack alternatives and much more. So what’s on the radar for 2018? There a few key trends taking focus, featuring some interesting changes in the way consumers will be shopping.
As most of you know, EquipNet hosts a number of auctions every month featuring equipment from locations across the globe. Our auction services include a range of channels, including SmartAuctionsTM, Live/Webcast Auctions, Sealed Bid Sale, Private Treaty Sale, and our Cascading Sales Strategy. Learn more about these different channels on our website. This month, EquipNet is hosting online auctions featuring food processing and packaging equipment, lab and analytical equipment, MRO equipment and much more.
Is your company anticipating a site closure? Managing a closure can be a daunting and burdensome task, especially when the proper resources are not in place. A number of factors come into play, and the way these factors are handled can make the difference between ending the process in the green or the red.
How It’s Made: Laser Cutters
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?