ESSCO Bails Out Heavy Equipment Lien Holders

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Don't go to an auction and watch your equipment sell for less than it's worth! ESSCO can make you more money.

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Equipment Storage & Sales Co. (ESSCO), who helps distressed heavy equipment owners by providing transportation, storage, appraisal and sales for bank-owned or otherwise distressed cranes, construction and transportation equipment, has launched a new website at http://www.equipmentstorageco.com .

“While we’ve been in the business of helping heavy equipment owners, especially lien holders, transport, store, and value their equipment for years,” said Business Development Manager Kevin Libert, “ now we can be found on the web. We are excited about the possibility of building new relationships through our website.”

TRANSPORTATION and STORAGE -- Cranes, construction and transportation equipment require special transportation and storage arrangements. The people at ESSCO are experts at transporting heavy equipment. ESSCO provides storage to both lenders and crane owners from any of its over twenty-five locations.

EQUIPMENT APPRAISAL -- ESSCO does equipment appraisals on a daily basis. Specializing in crane appraisals, ESSCO has provided hundreds, if not thousands of appraisals to lenders, auction houses, and crane owners all over the U.S. ESSCO determines the value of your equipment based on our industry knowledge, proprietary research, and analysis of comparable sales. Major heavy equipment auction houses rely on ESSCO to provide valuation for their inventory because of ESSCO’s accuracy, credibility and experience.

CRANE INSPECTION -- For crane inspections, ESSCO incorporates their knowledge from an informal appraisal, and combines it with a thorough mechanical and cosmetic inspection. Because of their distributed network of experts, ESSCO can inspect a crane anywhere in the U.S. and produce a formal report, tailored to the specific reason for the inspection. Crane inspections are frequently required for insurance purposes, loans, residual and end-of-term leases, liquidations, and auctions.

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