Metals are some of the most used materials in manufacturing, mining, energy, utility and construction industries. They can also be found in many of our everyday household items that we use. As such, the metalworking industry has seen huge growth over the last 10 years. In 2019 alone, over 3.2 billion tonnes of metal were produced and used in various capacities.

This growth has resulted in an increased demand for metalworking machinery and equipment on the second market, as supply struggles to keep up with demand.  If you own any used metalworking equipment that you may not be using anymore, this is great news for you.

Recently, we sat down with our team of Asset Recovery Experts to pick their brains and compile a comprehensive list of all the factors you must consider if you are looking to sell your used metalworking equipment.  These are great tips to keep in mind to help you maximize your recovery value from your machinery.

Download our latest eBook – Everything you need to know about selling metalworking equipment, today.

Want to know more about selling your used metalworking equipment on the Aucto Marketplace?

Speak with one of our Asset Recovery Experts today

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Clayton Arnold

Clayton Arnold is the Marketing Manager at Aucto. Clayton has 10 years of experience working in traditional and digital marketing campaigns. A Mohawk College graduate, Clayton believes in leveraging the latest technology & analytics to foster long-term relationships with clients.