An Inside Look Into Auction Day at Centurion

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Centurion Service Group, the world’s largest medical auction house, walks viewers through a typical auction day in their new company video.

We hope this video can provide some clarification for buyers who are new to our process.

During a recent auction, Centurion brought in a video recording company to film some of the action and to record an interview with Erik Tivin, Founder and CEO.

The video aims to provide background information and answer common questions so prospective customers can gain a better understanding about how the process works.

Since 2001, Centurion has been assisting hospitals and surgery centers to manage their medical surplus. One of the services they offer is to pick up a facility’s used equipment, bring it to one of their two warehouses and sell it to customers all over the world.

They sell close to everything that you might find in a hospital or surgery center including all types of anesthesia, endoscopy, lab, OR, patient monitoring and radiology equipment.

“We are a one-stop-shop,” said Tivin. “This is the place that an international buyer can fill a container and get everything they could possibly need all in one place.”

Viewers then have the opportunity to see a live sale, from the perspective of both an on-site and online buyer.

“We hope this video can provide some clarification for buyers who are new to our process,” said Kristina Knapczyk, Marketing Assistant. “We wanted to make them feel more familiar and comfortable with how things work.”

The company’s next sale will take place on May 28 and 29 at their Chicago warehouse (1400 N. 25th Ave., Melrose Park, IL 60160). For more information, visit

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