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Blog Posted on May 08, 2018

Every company has surplus equipment sitting around - collecting dust and costing the company money. Turn those dusty pieces into dollars. By signing up with us under one of our corporate programs, you simply give us a call and we get the assets sold. This saves you time and energy and exposes your equipment to thousands of buyers across the country. Stop selling your assets to a small group of local equipment buyers who will give you pennies on the dollar for your machines. Auctions might be risky - but the reward could be (and usually is) tremendous.

Blog Posted on July 17, 2017

If you have never participated in an online bidding event, you are missing out! Partaking in an online auction is one of the most exciting ways to buy equipment. You can save money on equipment that you need, while also saving time and resources by purchasing the items online, as opposed to purchasing in an onsite sale. With an onsite auction, there are travel expenses related to going to view the equipment and camping out for a few days to ensure you get the items you want. It allows you less bidding money, because you have to account for those travel costs.

Blog Posted on June 14, 2017

In our experience, most companies have surplus or obsolete equipment just sitting around, taking up space - and they don't even realize it's there. Get ahead of the game by identifying these pieces and allowing CompetiBid to get them sold for you. Free up floor space, stop paying unnecessary taxes and storage fees and free up some extra cash - all benefits to getting rid of equipment that your company no longer needs. CompetiBid is here to help and we'd like the opportunity to show you what we can do! Call us today at 314-591-5678!

Blog Posted on April 13, 2017

Depending on value, we can send equipment specialists to come inspect and obtain photos and specifications of each piece you would like to sell.
You don't have to lift a finger!

News Posted on April 12, 2017

In the industry of asset management we tend to see many companies accepting an offer for their assets as a whole. This is beneficial to a company who is going bankrupt with a huge undertaking of a major financial crisis.