Baird credits much of Aaron Auctions’ track record to the company’s ability to help business owners sell their surplus equipment quickly via an online auction platform.
Bensenville, IL (PRWEB) December 04, 2013
As the year comes to an end, Aaron Equipment Company is looking back on the past twelve months of its auction platform. That scrutiny of the Aaron Auction arm of the organization, which specializes in asset liquidation of new and used process and packaging equipment, has resulted in much cause for celebration. That’s because the bidding and selling side of the business has proven a resounding success in 2013.
Aaron Auctions, which began three years ago as an offshoot of Aaron Equipment Company, has since grown into a full-fledged operation in its own right. In that timeframe, the industrial online auction platform has lived up to its aim of becoming the trusted source for equipment auctions, liquidation sales and asset management services.
“Thus far, we have had 25 auctions in the year 2013,” explains company spokesperson Bruce Baird. “If we were to close out the year right now, we would already deem it a success based on those two dozen plus auctions alone, but we still have two more auctions to finish up in December. Based on that fact, we are confident in declaring 2013 an Aaron Auctions homerun.”
Baird credits much of Aaron Auctions’ track record to the company’s ability to help business owners sell their surplus equipment quickly via an online auction platform. “These are well-recognized companies that could have turned to a number of places for their asset liquidation. If they did not take advantage of this opportunity, however and relied on old-fashioned techniques to liquidate their industrial equipment and machinery instead, they would not have experienced such a high yield on their ROI so fast,” he elaborates.
Some of the auctions that contributed to that success were: two surplus asset sales from a major flavor and ingredients manufacturer in November; a wastewater treatment equipment assets auction and a bakery equipment auction in October; the complete contents of a thermoforming, thermoplastics extrusion and PVC calendering facility in September; a bouillon cube and powder pouch blending and filling auction in August; a candle manufacturing facility and pharmaceutical solid dose and liquid packaging and processing equipment assets auction in July; a machine tools auction sale in June; an auction of equipment no longer required in the ongoing operation of a truck cab assembly line in April; and the liquidation of a plastic bag manufacturing facility featuring blown film extrusion lines and support equipment in February.
Business owners who find themselves needing to liquidate their new and used process equipment and machinery on short notice can learn more about what Aaron Auctions has to offer online at http://www.aaronequipment.com/auction-services. For more information on the auction platform that so many well-respected businesses turned to in 2013, contact Bruce Baird at (510) 452-7858.