Leading surplus asset management company, EquipNet, announced enhancements to their Equipment Sustainability Programs. Since 1999, EquipNet has been helping global manufacturers to track, redeploy, buy, and sell surplus manufacturing assets, contributing to clients’ overall sustainability goals even before those goals were created.
EquipNet has improved its proprietary Asset Management System (ARMS), a web-based tracking software, to not only track idle equipment throughout the enterprise but measure landfill avoidance on a global scale. This comprehensive software ensures cost savings through the redeployment of equipment from facilities that no longer have a use for the assets to locations that can use the machines.
Now with the landfill avoidance tracking, the system also contributes to sustainable management. Just in the last few years, EquipNet’s clients have diverted 200,000 tonnes of waste from landfills.
“Creating a more sustainable environment for global manufacturers has been at the heart of what we do for almost a quarter of a century,” says Ben Potenza, VP of Sales & Marketing. “Redeploying and selling well-maintained equipment is only part of the story. Now we can help our clients illustrate the real impact on the circular economy by tracking landfill avoidance.”
Equipment Sustainability Programs unlock idle machinery potential and contribute to positive corporate citizenship by extending machinery’s useful life, as well as delivering substantial cost avoidance to the enterprise. It’s the essence of a circular economy.
EquipNet is a leading provider of proactive asset management solutions and services to leading corporations in the pharmaceutical, chemical, electronics, industrial, and consumer packaged goods industries. 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. If you have a surplus you are looking to sell, or are looking for pre-owned equipment at an affordable price, visit us at www.EquipNet.com.