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YOUR JANUARY EDITION OF THE INDUSTRIAL BULLETIN IS HERE
Now that the Holiday Season is past and the New Year has begun, what better way to start 2017 than to read this month's edition of the Industrial Bulletin? As you've come to expect you'll find it packed full of all the latest news, trends and ideas from the industrial machinery auction world.
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NEWS
Yoder & Frey to Merge with Euro Auctions
US Auctioneers, Yoder & Frey have recently announced that they are to merge with Europe’s biggest construction machinery auctioneers Euro Auctions, Based in Dromore, Northern Ireland with additional auction sites in England, Spain, Germany, The US and Australia. “Working with Euro Auctions, the Yoder & Frey brand will gain exposure to a global market place and increased access to a global database of both buyers and sellers”, stated Peter Clark, CEO of Yoder & Frey. Read More
 
HGP are all set to Conduct Huge Furniture Fabrication Asset Auction in January
HGP (Heritage Global Partners), the global auction and asset disposition company have announced they are to host an online auction of assets for KLN Manufacturing to begin on January 31st. KLN previously a manufacturer of steel furniture for hospitals, universities and barracks amongst other establishments. The sale is a result of the closure of its 275,000 sq. ft. industrial facility in San Antonio. A public preview will be held on January 30 and 31 at 2 Winnco Dr, San Antonio, TX 78218. Read More
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EquipNet Launches New Revolutionary Sales Channel called Own It Now
EquipNet, the global leader in Laboratory and Bioprocessing asset management has launched a revolutionary way of buying assets. With EquipNet Own it Now, you do not have the hassle of back and forth negotiations or being outbid. Instead buyers have the option to purchase listings with the click of a button at the current price, or delay and wait for the price to drop when the listing’s countdown reached zero. But you better act fast before your competition beats you to it!
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TECH NEWS
Are you Ready for the Challenges of IoT?
Almost all industrial equipment is designed to be used for many years and implementing an all-encompassing IoT enablement would be an enormously hugely proposal. The issues are beginning to be addressed though by private industry as well as governmental and industry partnerships such as DMDII whose plug-and-play solutions involves more than simply adding sensors but also provides a common digital interface that helps solves the problem of incompatibility between the many communication protocols. Read More
 
How the IoT Enables the Circular Economy
The concept of the Circular Economy and why we need to embrace a new way to manufacture and consume products is at the forefront of the latest industrial thinking. This allied with the knowledge that there are finite resources makes it essential that the next stage of industrialisation, Industry 4.0 and IoT adopt a route where It is necessary to make their processes and products much easier to maintain and repair. Read More
 
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Global Auction Tracker
 
The first month of 2017 is shaping up to be a good month for auctions seeing a continued steady clime in the number of auctions globally over December's total. However, February seems to be shaping up to be a quieter month with 147 listed half way through the month which is a projected 30% decrease over that of January.
 
Wood & Semiconductors Buck the Trend
Buyer interest in used industrial equipment slowed in December as seasonal trends took hold. As was expected, many markets experienced negative growth compared with November's figures. The woodworking, semiconductor, construction and broadcast industries did buck this trend, posting positive figures. Read More
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Geographic Selling Trends with Exapro
The number of machines added for sale is on the decrease due in part to the holiday season around the year’s end. In Europe, the countries with the biggest decrease are Spain and Italy whereas in Asia the decrease is stronger (-42%) than in Europe (-36%). Staying with Europe, Eastern Europe was the most dynamic area for selling last month. Visit Exapro
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FINANCE
Political Upheavals Herald Trouble for Megadeals
As companies brace themselves for the impact of 2016’s political change. The lack in confidence for dealmakers is in no small part a consequence of governmental regulations which are designed to curb foreign acquisition and protect national interests. China, whose companies spent more than 200 billion Dollars on cross-border deals last year is planning curbs on its companies’ foreign acquisitions that will last until September and includes barring most investments of $10 billion or more. Read More
 
 
 
 
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