Each year more than 3.2 billion tonnes of metal are formed and shaped into products and items we use every day. As new products and machining techniques are introduced,  more organizations are looking to upgrade their existing infrastructure. The question remains, what do you do with the old machinery? Believe it or not, this older machinery is in high demand on the second market. 

Items such as Lathes, CNC Machining Centers, Presses, Milling Machines, Drill Machines and EDM Machines, are bought and sold everyday on the second market. 

With more than 12 years of cumulative experience helping organizations sell their surplus metalworking machinery, the Aucto team has put together the following infographic to help illustrate the value of your metalworking machinery. 

What is your metalworking machinery worth

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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.