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Aucto is the ultimate marketplace for industrial equipment liquidations. It is a place where Sellers can market and
liquidate their industrial equipment, and where Buyers can find and purchase equipment at liquidation prices.
It is 100% free to sell on Aucto, and Buyers have immediate access to major industrial auctions and liquidations in a centralized and easy to use platform.
Aucto runs on the latest framework for both frontend and backend to provide the best possible browsing, bidding, and buying experience on any device.
For buyers, the experience is as simple as register, bid, and win.
For Sellers, Aucto is easy-to-use, and features a wide array of marketing and selling tools. Unlike other platforms, Sellers are able to set up and run online and onsite auctions simply and easily, without the help of any third party. And remember, selling is free.
Aucto gives Buyers access to millions of pieces of equipment at liquidation prices. Industrial liquidations have
always been hard to find and even harder to buy from. Aucto aims to resolve that by opening the world of industrial
liquidations to Buyers like you in a simple, easy to use format.
The aim of Aucto is to connect Buyers in need of industrial machinery, parts and equipment with Sellers who are looking to liquidate that equipment.
Only qualified and pre-approved Sellers are able to sell on Aucto.
Aucto staff verify all new Seller applications, ensuring Sellers meet or exceed all Aucto requirements. All Sellers accounts are continually monitored to ensure Sellers are in full compliance with Aucto’s marketplace policies.
Aucto encourages Buyers to ask any questions prior to committing to purchase equipment from a Seller and verify the condition of any equipment a Buyer intends to purchase.
There are multiple ways to search on Aucto.
Search by Auction
You can search for a specific auction using the search bar on the top left of any Aucto page. Try typing the Auction name in the search bar and hit the Search button. You will be redirected to the results page. You can also filter further using the left menu by Auction Type, Industry or Seller.
Search by Liquidation Event
You can search for a specific liquidation event using the search bar on the top left of any Aucto page. Try typing the Auction name in the search bar and hit the Search button. You will be redirected to the results page. You can also filter further using the left menu by Industry or Seller.
Search by Lot or a piece of Equipment
You can search for a specific lot or piece of equipment using the search bar on the top left of any Aucto page. Try typing in the name or description of the equipment in the search bar and hit the Search button. You will be redirected to the results page. You can also filter further using the left menu by Industry or Seller.
Search by Category
You can browse various industrial categories using the Industry drop down at the top of any Aucto page. You will be redirected to events within that industry.
Creating an Aucto account is fast, free and easy:
Click on the Sign-Up link located at the top right corner of the website or click on this link to fill in the form: https://aucto.com/signup.
Upon submission of the form, you will receive a verification email. Please check your inbox and spam folders for an email from us.
If you have a Google or Facebook account, you can also login from those sites. Please note that if you login using Google or Facebook, you will be redirected to Google or Facebook to complete the authentication. Upon successful login, you will be redirected back to Aucto.
There are no fees for placing bids.
If you win a lot, you are expected to pay the winning bid amount, plus any other fees, such as a Buyer’s Premium, removal, tax and shipping fees that may be associated with that lot. These fees are displayed prior to confirming your bid, and Buyers should review all fees prior to committing to purchase a lot.
Please refer to the terms of sale, payment, and removal set by the Auctioneer.
Should you have any questions regarding fees and payments, please contact the Auctioneer directly.