Scrap Plus Scrap Price + Bonus for Parts

  1. We give you a baseline for your scrap equipment
  2. We add a value-added bonus for the parts on your equipment; value-added equipment parts range from controls, motors, to valves
  3. Parts are harvested from the equipment and the metals are recycled

The timeline

  1. We receive images or view equipment
  2. Bid is made within 24 hours
  3. We receive equipment and weigh the same day it arrives
  4. Payment and report are ready the following day

Real World Scenario

Paul has a full trailer of obsolete equipment and other companies are only offering $200 per ton/10 cents per pound. Xcess Surplus buyer conducts a site visit and based on some of the parts on the equipment offers $200 per ton plus $1000 bonus for the value-added parts. The trailer weighs 10 tons and we pay Paul $2000 plus $1000 value bonus.

Surplus Bid Outright Bid for your Surplus

We make a cash bid for your surplus based on our analysis of resale potential.

The timeline

  1. We receive images or view equipment
  2. Bid is made within 24 hrs
  3. We receive shipment
  4. Payment and report are ready the following day

Real World Scenario

Manny has some excess inventory and it has been sitting in his warehouse for months collecting dust. Manny hears about Xcess Surplus Buyers and gives us a ring. Xcess Surplus buyer conducts a site visit, collects information, and submits a bid of $1500 for the excess material. Manny recovers some of his space, some of his investment, and saves himself the headache of trying to sell the material himself.

Consignment We do the work, you get the check

  1. We receive and inventory your surplus product at NO cost
  2. We price inventory and approve sales price with you
  3. We market on Amazon/eBay/Google for 1 year
  4. When something sells we ship and you receive your payment within 30 days

The Details

  • 70/30 Split - 70% after transaction fees (eBay or Amazon or credit card fees)
  • We will NOT charge for inventorying, packing, or warehousing.
  • 1 Year Term
  • All prices and offers will subject to approval by you, our client.
  • Freight in is FOB our warehouse

The timeline

  1. We receive images or view equipment
  2. Consignment Proposal is made within 48 hours
  3. We receive shipment
  4. Over the next 1-2 weeks inventory is made, and listings are created for: Amazon, eBay, and our website
  5. Sales are made, and you receive a check within 30 days after an item ships

Real World Scenario

Sarah is a busy person with some valuable assets being underutilized. Over the last couple months, she has not received satisfactory bids for her high value assets. She hears about Xcess Surplus Buyers and receives a consignment proposal. Sarah signs a consignment agreement with Xcess Surplus and over the next year Xcess Surplus Buyers inventories and (inventory does not take a year) sells Sarah’s equipment and parts at the highest price possible. She is now receiving top dollar for her underutilized assets and recovers warehouse space as a result.

Certificate of Destruction Render equipment inoperable

  1. We receive equipment and take pictures
  2. We weight equipment the same day it arrives
  3. Non-proprietary motors, controls, and parts are separated from equipment
  4. We take pictures of the stripped-down equipment
  5. Report including before and after images, weights, and asset tags will be sent to your company to prove equipment is rendered non-operational

The timeline

  1. We receive images or view equipment
  2. Proposal is made within 48 hours
  3. We receive the equipment
  4. Images are taken as it arrives
  5. Over the next 1-2 weeks equipment is rendered non-functional
  6. Report/Certificate of Destruction and payment are sent (removal of period)

Real World Scenario

Jeff has some equipment that is no longer used in production, but it has some proprietary technology that he does not want in the hands of some of his competitors. Xcess Surplus Buyers comes by and makes a bid for the equipment with a certificate of destruction. Jeff likes the bid and the equipment comes in and is rendered non-functional by Xcess Surplus. Before and after images, a receiving report, and certificate of destruction are sent to Jeff documenting what happened to the equipment. He receives payment shortly after.