When you are at home and you find some random items in the garage or loft that you don’t need anymore the first thing you would tend to do is try and sell them on eBay or a local Facebook group. This isn’t so easy for businesses who might have spare or unused stock that they are looking to make money from.
A lot of the time businesses don’t want to get bogged down in the ups and downs of selling their unused stock. Having to deal with postage and maybe feedback that is less than stellar from their buyers.
So what do you do if you’re a business with some items to sell that you want to crawl some value from but you just don’t want the day to day hassle of regular auction houses such as eBay and the huge amount of attention and management using them can bring,
Luckily there is a company called BPI Auctions which act as a ‘one stop shop’ for all your needs when it comes to selling your assets so you can take a step back and have everything done for you giving you more time to focus on your business. It doesn’t matter what sector you work in, no matter what assets you are trying to sell they will be able to work with you to help get your items in front of the highest number of potential buyers.
Asset disposal can be problematic. Selling on surplus plant and construction machinery is often a time-consuming process, from placing advertisements online or in print publications, through to chasing payments and organising deliveries or collections. Specialised equipment in particular can prove onerous as the market is by nature fairly limited.
However, selling good quality used construction machinery and tools is an important stream of revenue for a business. A substantial cash injection from the sale of extraneous or end of line equipment can have a significant impact on a company’s bottom line, and make a meaningful contribution towards the purchase of replacement equipment.
Increasingly, companies in a variety of sectors are turning to online auctions as a means of asset disposal. In fact, the growing trend for online auctions has seen the sector become one of the most rapidly expanding markets in the UK, with businesses keen to take advantage of benefits such as collective auctions and smooth business transactions.
Prestigious Wakefield based asset-disposal experts BPI Auctions have set up their own innovative online marketplace for a unique, hassle free listing service with the unparalleled capacity to sell your surplus stock.
Largely a facility to find a home for unsold auction lots, the marketplace also offers access to a vast database and contact with up to 50,000 buyers looking for items on a weekly basis. We’ve all been in a position where we have money tied up in items that are expendable and freeing up the capital could mean it could be better spent elsewhere and BPI Auctions Marketplace offers a smooth and easy to use outlet for such items. Uploading, listing and selling couldn’t be simpler and payments are handled via a secure, low-cost payment system.