Here is the 2021 Spring AMEA Newsletter
Our online auctions are always a great opportunity for bidders to find various types of used cnc machinery, equipment and tooling. In our Multi-Shop Online Auction which ended just the other day, we had a great bidder turn out for many different lots.
MachinesUsed.com has completed it's company overview video. After a few months of scheduling, hours of filming and editing we are excited to now have our company video! We do everything from buying, selling, auctioning and valuating your used industrial assets! If you've never been to our showroom or haven't purchased a machine from us yet, this will is a great opportunity to learn more about all that we do here to help our customers with their used industrial equipment needs.
Every 2 years, Productivity in Plymouth, MN puts on the largest single distributor tool show in North America. This year's show runs from September 22-24, 2015 with hours from 8:30 Am to 6:00 PM. The show is free, but pre-registration is suggested.
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Thank you for particpating in our Match Multishop Auction that ended on March 31, 2015. We successfully auctioned 83 items including Machine Tools, Tooling, and Industrial Equipment.
Thank you everyone for attending the Minnepaolis / Milwaukee MDNA (Machinery Dealers National Association) Spring Chapter at Machinesused.com. It was great having you all here and getting a chance to all get together for a good time and meeting.
An online auction for ABI Machinery Mover/Rigging Equipment is now open for bidding until Tues. Mar. 3. This auction features used industrial equipment and machinery including trucks, trailers, forklifts, rigging equipment, cranes and hoists, air compressors, and much more.
The February MultiShop Machine Tool and Industrial Auction is now open for bidding. This auction includes used cnc machines such as used lathes, used grinders, used mills, and other used tooling machines.
Our Big Sky CNC auction marks the close of a US RC Helicopter manufacturer. Can a high-end electronic toy manufacturer compete in the USA?