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GoIndustry DoveBid Launches New Industry-Focused Website Pages

New resources aim to help manufacturers manage their surplus assets.

GoIndustry DoveBid, a leading provider of surplus asset management services, announced that it has launched new industry-focused pages on its website in order to highlight its service offerings to a wide range of industries. The new pages span several sectors, including industrial, BioPharma, computing, electronics, transporation, and more. 

GoIndustry DoveBid’s services provide companies with end-to-end solutions for managing their surplus assets, recognizing value and maximizing their return on investment for the entire range of industrial equipment. These services include real-time market and on-site valuations, internal redeployment solutions, and multiple sales channels. The new pages will provide more relevant information for both buyers and sellers of surplus equipment of what is available and options available to them. In addition, industry-specific details on investment recovery programs and redeployment initiatives are aimed to assist major manufacturing groups.

The new pages are organized into eight major industry groups, with each group providing comprehensive information on how GoIndustry DoveBid can facilitate the buying, selling, managing and valuing of assets within that particular industry, along with a real-time list of featured sales events, equipment sold and news specific to that industry.

Linked to each industry group are pages dedicated to particular equipment categories. Each page displays all the top assets available on go-dove.com within that category of equipment and features a powerful search function that makes it effortless to find a specific piece of equipment.

To simplify navigation of the pages, links are provided so a viewer can browse equipment by sub-category and bookmark, share or track new activity via RSS or Twitter.

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