ETI to Hold PCB Equipment Liquidation Sale in Detroit


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Equipment Technologies, Inc. (ETI) has announced that they have been awarded the contract to conduct a complete equipment liquidation of a multilayer PCB fab shop located in the Detroit area. The facility has over 25,000 sq.ft of equipment.  After committing resources the past 2 weeks to prepare the facility, the liquidation sale is ready to move forward. Preview and submission of bids for the equipment will take place next week, Tuesday through Thursday (6/14-6/16) onsite by appointment only.  The shop has an extensive offering of equipment that will bode well for today's PCB fab shop.  For a complete list of available equipment, contact ETI at 603-548-0875 or email Eric at eric@equiptech.com

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ETI has been serving the PCB industry for over 35 years.  With 2 offices in North America and a strong presence in Asia, they are uniquely qualified to address customer's needs. For more information, click here.

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