A Better Future for Surplus

Services for Capital Assets

Make Surplus Simple

From Surplus to ‘Sold’

Liquidity Services has the expertise and partnership capabilities to rapidly and consistently transform your surplus assets into a value-add for your business. Whether you need a one-off service, an enterprise-wide programmatic solution, or support for plant closures, project cancellations, or full-scale liquidation events, our comprehensive capital assets services have you covered.

 

Five Steps to Maximize Return

500+ Asset Categories. One Company.

Large organizations have complex, varied surplus asset management requirements. Liquidity Services supports over 500 asset categories and has subject matter experts who provide superior counsel on the management, valuation, and sale of every surplus asset type.

From Identification Through Removal, We Have You Covered

Valuation Services

Knowing the precise value of assets is essential for sound business decisions. Our expert valuation services help you comply with regulated accounting policies and achieve profitable asset management results.

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Asset Management

Liquidity Services’ AssetZone® software lets you more effectively manage the entire asset lifecycle. By empowering you to make value-based decisions about underperforming or idle assets, AssetZone transforms the way you manage surplus.

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Marketing & Sales

Harnessing our expert understanding of your assets and the market, Liquidity Services develops and implements a robust strategy to sell your assets. Our customized methods and nearly 3 million registered buyers worldwide ensure we maximize investment recovery for your surplus assets.

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Program Management

Liquidity Services can develop and execute high-impact surplus asset management programs for your industry. Our subject matter expertise and efficient, compliant processes maximize recovery to ensure a successful partnership from Day 1.

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Warehousing & Transportation Support

Maintaining surplus assets onsite generates unnecessary expense. Our flexible, convenient warehousing and transportation support services reduce costs and risk, and facilitate smooth asset removal and transport.

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Buyer Customer Support

We deliver world-class service to support every aspect of the buyer experience. This superior service drives loyalty, satisfaction, and referrals that result in a greater number of high-quality buyers for your surplus.

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Compliance & Risk Mitigation

We function as a responsible extension of your business, ensuring you are protected from all risks associated with managing and selling surplus assets. Our services are backed by credentialed attorneys, financial experts, and compliance officers.

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See Our Client Success Stories

Learn how we've delivered consultative surplus asset management, valuation, and sales solutions for the world'€™s leading organizations.

Oilfield Services Company Recovers Over $2 Million Through Flexible Sales Approach

Seeking choice in solutions and to increase recovery levels, mitigate risk, and reduce resources spent on asset management, the client engaged Liquidity Services to sell its surplus on the secondary market.

Tiger Liquidity Services Energy Partners Helps PricewaterhouseCoopers Generate Immediate Capital for Enseco’s Insolvent Energy Assets

Enseco was a leading supplier of directional drilling and production testing services to the energy industry. As a result of the recent energy industry downturn, Enseco became financially challenged and went into receivership in 2015. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC), a leading professional services network, was then brought in to manage this company’s insolvent assets on behalf of its creditors across several North American site...

Liquidity Services Generates $750K from Facility Closure for Leading Biopharma Client

Our client is a biopharmaceuticals company with operations in the U.S. and Europe. After deciding to close a New Jersey facility as part of a strategic consolidation, the client was left with a wide range of biopharma, IT, and office equipment. Needing to focus its resources on core business, the client sought an expert partner to manage these surplus assets from end to end.

Liquidity Services Simplifies Complex Asset Identification and Valuation Process for Property Company in Five-Year Partnership

Our client is one of the UK’s largest property companies. After acquiring another business, the company needed to meet accounting requirements by identifying and appraising all assets associated with the acquired company as well as its own facilities.

Long-Term Partnership Generates Over $70 Million for Multinational Energy Corporation

Our client is a multinational energy corporation with operations in more than 180 countries. The company is involved in virtually every aspect of the energy industry, from oil & gas exploration and production to power generation. To improve efficiencies and generate capital to fuel its core business, the company sought an expert partner to manage and sell its wide range of surplus assets including drilling equipment, oil rigs, and office furniture. The client needed a partner with the global reach, energy industry experience, and asset management best practices to effectively handle its surplus.

Leading Consumer Electronics Brand Turns Returns into Revenue with Comprehensive Program

Our client is one of the world’s leading consumer electronics brands. Like every retailer and consumer brand, this company faces the challenge of returned goods. Nearly $650 billion worth of goods is returned each year globally (source: IRL), creating the need for streamlined returns management to turn this burden into a revenue source.

Innovative Asset Tagging Solution Helps Technology Company Make Strategic Decisions

Our client is a high-tech optical communications technology and test and measurement company. The company planned to split and needed a complete, up-to-date record of its assets so it could divide them appropriately. Although each company location had an asset register, these registers were incomplete, with some assets missing, mislabeled, or unlabeled. The company had a tight timeline to update its existing registers with complete information on all assets across five facilities in northern California, Connecticut, and Canada.