If you upgrade, you can get high quality equipment that will lend to the efficiency and profitability of your business. In some cases, there are companies that offer financing solutions if you want to buy the repo equipment that they are selling. Companies that accept transactions online sometimes complement their services with escrow services so that your confidence and trust in the company increases.
Some Companies That Buy Bank Repo Construction Equipment
Asset Liquidity International Inc™ (ALI™) is one of several companies that buy and sell construction equipment that that the bank repossesses. ALI™ buys and sells concrete pump trucks, generators, wood working equipment, machine tools, and printing equipment too. Asset Liquidity International Inc™ is located in Cucamonga, California. The company has been in business for 34 years, and the company owners, Howard and Tamara Bosher, work directly with professional bankers to get high quality bank repossessed equipment. ALI™ serves customers all around the world, including customers in Europe, South America, and the United States. The company has a 15,000 square foot showroom with dock loading areas and thirty foot ceilings. ALI™ has an interactive map on its website so you can find locations nearest you. Since ALI™ sells repossessed printing equipment, the company is also a member of the Printing Industries Association, Inc of Southern California (PIASC). For more information, visit ALI™ at http://www.assetliquidity.net/.
King Machinery, previously the Asphalt Paving Equipment Company, is located on 252 Seed House Road in Statesville, North Carolina. The company buys used and repossessed equipment so that it can resell it. Bob Fisher, the founder, runs the company and has more than three decades of experience in the equipment industry. According to the company’s “About Us” page, King Machinery is the biggest equipment reconditioning company in the US. The company has equipment made by Caterpillar®, Rosco, SealMaster®, Dynapac, and Wikel, among others. You can buy coating equipment, small motor graders, rollers, and small pavers from King Machinery. This company has a “B” rating from the Better Business Bureau®. For more information about buying equipment from King Machinery, visit http://www.apellc.com/we_buy.htm.
More Companies Buying Bank Repo Construction Equipment
The Equipment Engine Service Center is an online network that buys and sells bank repossessed construction equipment. The site is a popular place to buy backhoe loaders or alternative construction equipment. The Equipment Engine Service Center also sells off-lease equipment. The repossessed equipment the company buys comes from creditors in the state of Michigan and nationwide. The company repossesses Caterpillar®, Komatsu, John Deere®, New Holland, Case, Terex®, and JBC equipment, among other brands. If you live in the state of Michigan, the company can provide you with financing solutions for when you are ready to make an equipment purchase. The company offers escrow services so that you can remain confident about your transaction.
Equipment Engine Service Center even offers treasury, tax, title, collection, and remittance processing services. According to the Equipment Engine Service Center, since the growing list of repossessed equipment changes constantly, it makes it impossible for the company to list all of their construction equipment for sale. You can contact them for information about specific equipment or you can request equipment finding services. For more information, visit the Equipment Engine Service Center at visit http://blog.equipmentengine.com/.
Asset Control Services is located at 6956 Phillips Parkway Drive, S in Jacksonville, Florida. Asset Control Services has been in business since 1987. The company handles off lease assets and surplus assets for other companies. The company helps in marketing old, excess or repossessed equipment, including backhoes, rock drills, off road trucks, loaders, boom cranes, and tower cranes. For more information, visit Asset Control Services at http://www.acs-mgmt.com/Default.aspx.