EquipNet to Hold Auction


Canton, Mass.—From April 3 to 5, EquipNet is partnering with RenaLab to auction off a wide array of premium manufacturing from a closed dialysis processing and testing facility in Richland, Mississippi.   

Available equipment includes the entire contents of the closed plant, including: automated hematology & chemistry analyzers, robotic liquid handling, ICP mass spectroscopy, laboratory & analytical, facility support, and office equipment.  This is a rare opportunity to purchase premium pre-owned equipment manufactured by Dionex, Fischer Scientific, Perkin Elmer, Nikon, and other leading brands at a fraction of the cost of buying it new. Because the facility is closing, the equipment is available for immediate sale.

To pre-register for the online event and view an entire auction catalog, visit www.EquipNet.com/Renalab.

Until its recent closure, the RenaLab facility specialized in both in-center and home laboratory testing.   backed by the College of American Pathologists, the facility tested thousands of samples each month from clients in 49 states.

EquipNet’s Managing Director of Biotech/Pharmaceutical Sales, Dennis Higgins, is impressed by the variety of items available at the lab.

“This is a great opportunity to buy top quality equipment in great condition,” says Higgins. “The lab is stocked with top-of-the- line equipment whose use reaches far beyond the realm of hematology into robotics, mass spectrometry, and multi use lab equipment. This auction is an opportunity not to be missed.”

About EquipNet

EquipNet is a leading provider of proactive asset management solutions and services to leading corporations in the biotech, pharmaceutical, chemical, food, beverage, and personal care industries, such as Unilever, Diageo, Wrigley, Mars, Colgate-Palmolive and many others. EquipNet’s vision is to revolutionize the way companies manage their surplus assets by maximizing financial returns and minimizing the risks associated with idle capital assets. For more information, please visit: http://www.EquipNet.com.

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