Equify’s EquiPro Solution Simplifies Online Equipment Buying and Selling

Equify Auction’s recently launched EquiPro solution has made online equipment dealing safe, easy, and reliable like never before. The company offers a wide range of heavy equipment for auction, including trucks, trailers, attachments, cranes, agricultural machinery, and much more.

May 16, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Equify Auctions, a trusted online platform for buying and selling heavy equipment, has recently introduced a new and advanced tool named EquiPro. This system offers numerous attractive features to simplify the way people buy and sell equipment over the internet. Equify Auctions offers a huge inventory of trucks, trailers, cranes, agricultural equipment, and several other types of heavy machinery for online auctions.

Though the popularity of online shopping has increased by leaps and bounds over the last decade or so, purchasing heavy equipment online is still considered to be a risky business. This is primarily because most of these industrial tools come with their own intricacies and a thorough inspection before purchase is mandatory. The new EquiPro system was designed by Equify Auctions to address all the critical aspects of buying or selling equipment online.

Equify Auctions strongly believes that the tools for buying or selling equipment should be simple and straightforward. Their new EquiPro system comes with three automatic sales channels that create the ideal opportunity for maximum exposure and return. With a pre-auction inventory, the wait time is almost zero. The network of Equify Auctions introduces each and every equipment to a large and incentivized database of dealers. The online auctions by the company ensure proper exposure for the equipment to buyers around the world.

After submitting their online registration, the bidders receive a phone call for the finalization of their registration. Proxy bidding allows the bidders to place their bids a week before the auction ends. A proxy bid can be placed by clicking on the lot, entering the maximum bid in the ‘Bid Now’ box, and submitting. Once the auction goes live, the bidders can monitor the items they are interested in and place their bids. However, it is important to remember that live bids can’t be removed. The time left to bid on a lot is displayed online. All the winning bidders receive confirmations via email.

Equify Auctions has an online “Buy Now” section for individuals looking to purchase equipment without any delay. This process can be initiated by making an offer from the details page of the specific lot. A notification is sent to the sales representatives of the company, and a dedicated team member contacts the prospect to discuss the next steps.

At Equify Auctions, each piece of equipment is inspected by a professional inspector before going to auction. These inspections typically consist of images, videos, and written descriptions of all major component and systems of the equipment. The most critical equipment components to inspect are general appearance, engine, chassis, cab condition, undercarriage, etc.

Highlighting the service standard of the company, a delighted customer mentions, “I got a call from the auctions team after my bid was finalized-they tied up all the loose ends and answered all my questions. It’s rare that an online buying experience is so personal, but I was able to directly reach the people I needed to talk to. Excellent service and great results.”

Contact Info:
Name: Equify Auctions
Organization: Equify Auctions
Website: https://equifyauctions.com/

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