IT and Office Equipment Auctions at BPI
Renovating your office space is no cheap task. IT equipment such as computers, hard drives, servers, printers, photocopiers, fax machines and even telephones all cost serious money when you want to do the job properly. For the majority, possessing all of these items and other essentials simply isn’t an option and sacrifices have to be made. Whether this is coping without a photocopier, sharing phones or scrapping essential IT infrastructure equipment, cost-saving measures usually have to be made.
In truth, this doesn’t always have to be the case. More often than not, you can find key office equipment through online auctions at BPI. We work with a huge range of partners throughout the UK who are looking to sell their unused office equipment. These can be companies that have recently gone into liquidation or even companies that are looking to sell off their excess equipment if they’re downsizing or upgrading their systems. We find that a great deal of the auctions that we launch are packed with premium-quality equipment – often only a generation behind the latest models or even newer. In some cases, you may find that we have equipment available that you require that has been discontinued by retail outlets, and therefore is incredibly hard to source.
Used Office and IT Equipment – Why Buy Second Hand?
The main benefit of buying second hand for your office renovation is cost saving. Our customers often find themselves saving thousands by investing in used equipment rather than similar models that retail at a high-cost, brand new. Larger items such as photocopiers can be picked up at a fraction of the price, computers, often packed with the latest hardware, can be obtained for a bargain price.
We also find that our customers source equipment from us that they would otherwise not be able to afford to invest in. When an auction contains multiple lots from a company that is selling off their office assets, customers often discover items that they would have previously not considered or thought of. A great quality, highly reliable IT infrastructure can certainly be constructed from used items, many of which appear regularly in auctions.
Quality Items with Low Starting Bids
Low-use items, such as photocopiers or printers, can often be picked in a nearly-new condition from businesses that have restructured or are a result of a liquidation. For those looking to remove unnecessary or unused IT equipment or have recently gone through an office renovation which has left them with excess furniture or flooring, our fast and hassle-free selling process means we can help you sell your office tech in as little as 14 days.
Have IT or Office Equipment to Sell?
We can help… If you have the equipment to sell, BPI Auctions are one of the UK’s market leaders in the management of redundant stocks and equipment from companies both large and small, as well as private individuals throughout the UK, and are able to assist in the sale of your goods.
We pride ourselves on offering full transparency and understanding behind the auctions and services here at BPI, with no hidden costs. All purchasing options will be covered with you. You can get signed up via the link below, or by speaking with one of the team.
PCs and Macbooks, printers, servers and more. Many of these items are available at auction as a result of liquidated assets or retirement.
Office equipment includes desks, meeting room tables, individual office chairs, filing cabinets, shelving and more.
No, we do not test any of the IT equipment prior to sale. We ask that the sellers provide as much information as possible to instil confidence for the buyers. Each item(s) are therefore sold as seen.
Yes, absolutely. Simply register for a free account on our website. We may perform a profile lookup to ensure legitimacy prior, but then you are free to upload and sell. If you have a large scale of items to sell or are closing your business, give us a call 01924 245040 – https://www.bpiauctions.com/sell/.
Buying second-hand IT equipment, like many things, can pose some risk depending on the history of the item. We do ask all sellers to provide accurate lot descriptions to help keep your mind at ease.