Mobile Command Center, High Tech, Add Speed, Ease To Warehouse Liquidation

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Warehouse liquidations can be conducted more efficiently with new remote and mobile command center.

If you want to get rid of your warehouse full of forklifts, shelving, and other equipment, if you are in a hurry, and no matter where in the US you are located, it has never been this easy to liquidate a warehouse facility. has just acquired a 39-foot mobile command center that it will use to transport its entire liquidation team direct to the site of the liquidation to provide “doorstep” support.

The unit comes ready to go into operation with fully equipped office, internet access, and up to seven workers, who can sleep aboard. With its full complement of equipment and personnel, the company can immediately inventory and catalog a warehouse, and can start selling off equipment on location, or arrange to haul it away.

CEO Neil Camberg started 15 years ago with the acquisition and liquidation of Appletree Grocery in Houston, Texas. The company has since grown into a multimillion dollar operation, acquiring and selling nationwide, and into the Latin American market in Central America. refurbishes and resells used equipment and also serves as the Texas distributor for the HELI line of economical, new forklifts. The company offers lifts with a wide range of lifting capacity, view mast configurations and power options. They also provide a full range of equipment used in warehouse operations including pallet racks, shelving and work stations, conveyor systems, yard ramps, scales and other items. continues to expand its operations. The company now executes about three warehouse liquidations a month and is looking for additional acquisitions. With its own fleet of trucks and the newly operational mobile command center, this growing company is ready to offer expeditious warehouse liquidation services anywhere in the United States.

For more information, contact the company directly at 877-914-7225, toll free, or visit their web site at

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