Pre-Owned Prices on Premium Pharmaceutical Equipment
Webcast Auction of Late-Model Processing and Packaging Equipment on August 27
CANTON, Mass., Aug. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Small and large companies around the world realize the importance of cutting costs to stay profitable in this economy. EquipNet is announcing an amazing opportunity for pharmaceutical companies to get great deals on processing and packaging equipment from a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer. A webcast auction of premium, pre-owned equipment has been scheduled for Thursday, August 27 at 11am. Enthusiastic bargain hunters can make pre-sale purchases now at www.EquipNet.com.
EquipNet, the world's leading provider of surplus asset management sales and service, has been selected to sell this equipment that is sitting idle in the company's Puerto Rico facility.
"Buyers and sellers both win with a project like this auction," explains Carl Cote, EquipNet's Vice President of Pharmaceutical Sales. "Buyers get a bargain on some nice equipment from an industry leader and the seller generates revenue by clearing out surplus equipment that's just taking up space."
This project allows companies to buy pre-owned equipment for less than they would have to pay for mid-range new items. This auction lot includes terrific finds for local and global manufacturers looking to replace or add equipment at their facilities. Listings include: Fluid Bed Dryers; Tablet and Capsule Filling Lines, Tablet Presses, Autoclaves, Blenders, and more.
Specifications and photos for all the auction items can be found at www.EquipNet.com/AugWebcast. All equipment is currently located in Puerto Rico.
EquipNet is a leading provider of proactive asset management solutions and services to leading corporations in the pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical, and consumer packaged goods industries, such as Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca, Unilever and many others. EquipNet's vision is to revolutionize the way companies manage their surplus assets by maximizing financial returns and minimizing the risks associated with idle capital assets. For more information, please visit: http://www.EquipNet.com.