After the closure of the Dutch plate and construction company DENIS BV, the complete stock of the company is up for sale on Surplex.com until 04.03.
The Dutch plate and construction company DENIS BV was specialised in customised manufacturing of products made of aluminium and steel. After the closure of the company, the online auction house Surplex has taken over the sale of the complete stock of DENIS BV. The high-quality used machines can still be auctioned on Surplex.com until 04.03 on Surplex.com.
Buying second-hand machinery is a worthwhile investment for companies. Well-maintained second-hand machinery can be used to upgrade a company even on a smaller budget. In addition, buying second-hand machinery saves CO² and thus offers the possibility of making one’s own production more sustainable.
With the auction of DENIS BV, sheet metal and metalworkers get their money’s worth.
Among others, the following machines are for sale:
- SAF CURVATRICI CS 60 HD9 Profile Bender
- BEYELER VR 13/3080 & LVD HST 31/13 Guillotine Shear
- BEYELER PR6 2500 KN x 4100 mm & LVD PPBL-H 135/30 Press Brake
- EUROMAC BX 750/30 & PEDDINGHAUS 60/100 H Punching Machine
- AKYAPAK ASM-Y130 3-Roll Plate Bender
- WHM Profiling Machine (2019)
As well as many other machines from well-known suppliers. An inspection of the machines is possible by appointment.
The Surplex online auction house has locations throughout Europe and is the ideal partner for buying used machinery. Buyers and sellers are offered a competent all-round service from a single source – from processing to shipping and payment.
Surplex is one of Europe’s leading industrial auction houses and trades worldwide with used machinery and equipment. The 16-language auction platform surplex.com records approximately 50 million-page views annually. More than 55,000 industrial goods are sold each year at more than 500 online auctions. The company based in Düsseldorf (Germany) has offices in fourteen European countries. More than 200 employees from 20 nations generate an annual turnover of approx. EUR 100 million.