New details were just announced for upcoming Baja Bid SMT online exchange auction.
United States & Canada (PRWEB) October 02, 2013
Manufacturing equipment is expensive, especially when new. There are alternatives, however; to find high quality remanufactured SMT equipment at substantial savings. Baja Bid, a leading auction and asset valuation company, has announced plans to host another event showcasing quality used SMT machinery.
Small manufacturing and assembly businesses can find brand name SMT equipment at discounted prices through the next online event, which runs from Tuesday, October 15th, through Thursday, October 17th. An auction preview will be available on October 7thand October 8th from 9 am EST until 4 pm EST.
The SMT online exchange auction will open at 8 am on Tuesday, October 15th and begin closing at 11 am EST on Thursday, October 17th. Thereafter, checkout will be made available to all successful bidders beginning Friday, October 18th, ending on Thursday, October 31st. Winning bidders will be able to pay via cash, certified check or bank wire transfer. The equipment is this SMT online exchange auction is located in the USA and Canada. All interested parties are urged to register at http://www.bajabid.com.
New registrants will find a simple sign up form and will receive a confirmation of their registration. More details will be made available as the start date approaches. Registrants should visit BajaBid.com for information about the lots that will be released over the next several days.
Used SMT can be difficult to find and is typically overpriced. Companies that manufacture and assemble products can find high quality equipment through online auctions. Generally, manufacturing and assembly businesses upgrade their machinery periodically. To offset the cost of these necessary upgrades, those companies sell their equipment. Asset management firms like Baja Bid, value the machinery and place it in an online auction.
Because the cost of manufacturing equipment is so high, businesses can find exceptional value in such online auctions. Companies are able to purchase the machinery they need at a reduced price, keeping their investment strategy sound. Past auctions conducted by Baja Bid have included such equipment as screen printers, reflow ovens, in-circuit testers, component formers, cleanliness testers, stencil cleaners, x-ray inspection units, PTH machines, , SMT feeders, AOI machines, conveyors, flying probe testers, screen printers, waver solder units, router and de-paneling machines, fiber optic fusion splicer’s and much more.
Baja Bid also offers a consignment program for companies needing to sell their used equipment at a fair market price. The organization strategically targets domestic and international companies, marketing a company's machinery for the highest sale price. Baja Bid additionally provides a valuation and buy-out service for complete facility closures.
Businesses that need to liquidate assets will find Baja Bid to be a helpful resource in selling off equipment for downsizing campaigns or for a complete facility closure. They have helped manufacturing and assembly companies sell their equipment quite successfully. The process of liquidation is often a timely one, and this organization makes the liquidation process much smoother than trying to facilitate it on one’s own.
Past auctions have provided scores of businesses with access to name brand machinery at discounted prices. Successful bidding entities have seen significant savings in these online auctions, realizing substantial discounts for quality equipment. Please take a moment to visit their website and review the customer feedback that Baja Bid has received from individuals who have participated in their events.
For more information about the upcoming online SMT exchange auction and to see the SMT equipment for sale, and to learn what Baja Bid can do for manufacturing and assembly businesses, visit Baja Bid.com or phone the company at 813-992-2437. Questions about the upcoming event can be directed to Arlin Horsley at 813-992-2437 or via email at arlin(at)bajabid(dot)com. Questions can also be answered by contacting Jocelyn Long at 813-357-9884 or by emailing her at jocelyn(at)bajabid(dot)com.