There are a number of reasons labs will look to sell equipment. Whether the lab is downsizing, a facility is closing, or a trial received federal funding, one question always remains the same: What do you do with all of the used lab equipment you no longer need? Surplus lab equipment that lies idle in a facility eats up valuable lab space, space that could be used for more relevant equipment.
Whether you need to liquidate an entire laboratory that consists of hundreds of pieces of equipment or sell one piece of used lab equipment, the Lab World Group offers a variety of solutions for liquidating your surplus instruments, including Lab Equipment Auctions. Selling surplus and used lab equipment can be a daunting task for any organization. Companies often lack the time and resources to effectively liquidate their assets without assistance. That's where we come in!
Surplus lab equipment that lies idle in a facility eats up valuable lab space, space that could be used for more relevant equipment. Not only is there a hogging of real estate, but also its tying up capital on your balance sheet. When the time comes to clear some room, we’re here to help. One option available? Laboratory Liquidation.
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