Written by Bridget Carey, EquipNet Project Manager – Every day, hours pass, and your equipment continues to sit in the corner of your facility collecting dust. But it’s okay, you’ll get to posting it for sale tomorrow, or at least that’s what you tell yourself. Another day passes, and the equipment still remains idle. Life is busy, and sometimes you can’t get to everything you want to accomplish within a day.
EquipNet is working with a leading biopharmaceutical manufacturer in Israel to help sell its surplus assets. This project’s inventory features: Vial Filling Lines, Freeze Dryers, Decanter Centrifuges, Chromatography Skids, Glove Boxes, Tanks, FPLCs, Granulators, Analyzers, Bioreactors, Waterbaths and Circulators, and much more.
Written by Bridget Carey, EquipNet Project Manager – It happens. 4 months pass, no leads. 5, 6, 7 months pass, and still no interest from the market on that one piece of equipment you’ve had for years. So, you look over the listing, and it looks perfect, right? Look a little closer. Does it share the full story of the equipment? You wouldn’t buy a car based on one photo and a description that says it may or may not run; well, the same goes for a piece of equipment. The more information you provide in a listing, the better. Therefore, here are 3 tips to consider when creating a listing.