Baja Bid, a leading host for online SMT exchange auction events, is kicking off another sale of used SMT, assembly, and remanufactured SMT equipment.
Parties interested in bidding on the upcoming auction can register on the Baja Bid website . This online auction will include some newer vintage equipment that is generally not available on the used market. These items include such equipment as a Dage XD7500VR X-Ray Inspection System, a Mydata MY12 SMT Pick & Place, Agilis Feeders and Inserts, an upgraded Yestech YTV-2050 AOI, a Seica Flying Probe Tester, a Siemens HF3 SMT Pick & Place, a DEK Horizon Screen Printer and much more.
Winning bidders can pay via cash, certified check or bank wire transfer. Equipment will be available to claim beginning Friday, August 30th, until Friday, September 13th. The auction will feature all types of assembly and manufacturing equipment, as well as other items, which usually sell at a discounted price.
Companies can generally find terrific deals on quality equipment, often saving substantial sums of money on necessary items to conduct and grow their companies; a smart way to save while making necessary purchases. "Small-businesses often use local auction sites to purchase or sell start-up equipment. The big advantage that online auctions have is the number of people watching,” explains the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Baja Bid, a comprehensive online equipment auction company which not only hosts equipment sales events, but also provides companies with a number of business-centric services such as thorough asset analysis, a consignment program, and handling complete facility closures, through its equipment buyout program.
“We offer such services to make an equipment purchase far more affordable for start-ups, as well as businesses seeking to expand their operations. In addition, larger operations also benefit from our array of services. In the case of facility streamlining or complete closure, the equipment goes through one of our auction events, which greatly benefits smaller companies who cannot afford to, buy new. In those situations, the company parting with the equipment wins and the business purchasing the equipment at a deep discount wins,” a company spokesperson explained.
Baja Bid states that its many services help different companies in several different ways. The company says that its consignment program is popular with businesses which do not need to offload their equipment immediately, while its asset analysis benefits businesses in transition and its total buyout program helps companies which must quickly liquidate assets for capital or as the result of being placed in receivership. In most instances, that equipment is sold at a significant discount to businesses just starting out or going through valleys.
“The money you'll save buying used equipment can be spent on advertising to grow your business, or to help keep you afloat during slow periods. In the end, you'll probably appreciate your rising revenues or strong cash flow,” explains All Business.com.
Baja Bid likewise stresses the transparency of the whole auction process. The Online SMT equipment auction will open on Tuesday, August 27th at 8:00am EST, and start closing promptly on Thursday, August 29th at 11:0m EST.
The auctioneer strongly recommends that any company interested in purchasing quality equipment at a discount price register on its website right away. This equipment auction will have a wide variety of items available for purchase. Baja Bid encourages its registrants to compare the prices of past auction items with purchasing the same or similar equipment new or even slightly used to see just how much money can be saved.
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 BajaBid.com or phone the company at 813-992-2437. Interested parties can also email the auctioneer at baja(at)bajabid(dot)com. 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 phoning Jocelyn Long at 813-357-9884, or by emailing jocelyn(at)bajabid(dot)com.