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  1. 5 Tips for Making a Used Packaging Equipment Purchase

    5 Tips for Making a Used Packaging Equipment Purchase
    The global market for packaging machinery is huge, with more than 500 manufacturers on the market. With so many options to choose from, it can be hard to know where to look. You don't have to go straight to the manufacturer and buy brand-new equipment to get the job done. Instead, you can keep your costs down by buying some...
  2. Mining Equipment Market Projected to Grow 8.6 Percent Annually through 2017

    Mining Equipment Market Projected to Grow 8.6 Percent Annually through 2017
    According to a recent report by MENAFN.com, the worldwide mining equipment market is expected to grow by a rate of 8.6 percent per year through the end of 2017. This incredible rate of growth is being spurred by a number of factors. Developing nations like China and India require larger quantities of mined materials than ever in order to keep...
  3. Asset Management Strategies in an Economic Recession

    Asset Management Strategies in an Economic Recession
    While there are a few who still argue that we aren't in a recession, economists like Paul Krugman aren't bothering to quibble about it. "We're in an economy with deteriorating employment and incomes, collapsing home prices, and business retrenchment. Is it also an economy in recession? Who cares?" What's in a name, right? What about these names: Corporate Downsizing, Reduction...
  4. How the Largest Inventory of Used Machinery Equipment in the Western United States Can Benefit Your Business

    Machinery and Equipment Company Inc. is an undisputed leader in supplying high quality used machinery equipment to manufacturing businesses all over the continental United States. But did you know that we also carry the largest inventory of used equipment in the Western part of the U.S? In this case, size really does matter: here are some of the ways that...
  5. 3 Reasons Why Machinery & Equipment Company, Inc Should be Your Used Equipment Dealer

    If you are in the food, chemical, mining or pharmaceutical processing industries, you know that finding reliable used equipment to replace your current supply can be difficult at best. It may also not be easy to liquidate your own holdings when necessary; and so you must have a reliable broker on your side to help you with both kinds of...
  6. South of the Border: The New Hot Markets for Used Industrial Machinery Sales

    According to the U.S Census Bureau, in the earliest years of this decade, food processing equipment as well as machinery used in the chemical and mineral fields accounted for 47% of all industrial machinery made and sold by United States manufacturing companies. Even way back in 2001, industry analysts were predicting that sales would fall flat by the end of...
  7. 5 Ways Companies Save Money by Buying Used Machinery Equipment

    In today's tough economic times, companies are always looking for ways to achieve that delicate balance: how to keep growing the business while keeping a close eye on cash flow and the bottom line. Companies in a number of different areas rely on good, solid, dependable equipment to do essential jobs and keep the ball rolling. If you work in...
  8. The Cost of Heavy Machinery

    The prices of heavy machinery can be incredibly expensive, running anywhere from a few thousand to a few million.  Cranes, excavators, loaders, crushers and various mining equipment can end up costing a huge chunk of money.  If your company can't afford to take out such a substantial loan, then why not consider buying used machinery equipment instead?  Industrial companies can...
  9. Man vs. Machine

    Machines are used every single day to aid in human effort. Think about where society would be if it weren’t for the help of machines. Living standards and levels of comfort are completely different now than they were in the past. We have come so far in regards to machinery and technology. Imagine how life used to be before: farming crops by hand and animals pulling plows, making products from scratch one at a time, creating tunnels so that humans could mine for gold etc… Continue reading
  10. Used Mills

    Used mills are available for all different types of industries, such as food, chemical, environmental, pharmaceutical, mining, milling and mineral processing. Milling is utilizing complex machinery to grind and shape solid materials into a different form. Some types of mills include roll mills, ball mills, SAG mills, hammer mills, pebble mills, rod mills and vibrating mills. One of the most popular used mills is the SAG mill. Continue reading
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