Machinery and Equipment Appraisals Experts
One of the most common valuation services performed are Machinery and Equipment appraisals. Our comprehensive machinery and equipment appraisals include details about the subject machinery, asset identification and classification, specific value characteristics, facility usage & capacity, current market conditions, and other pertinent factors that may impact value.
Key Factors For Machinery and Equipment Appraisals:
- Industry & Market Segment
- Improper Asset Identification and Classification
- Ghost or Phantom Assets
- Capitalized Maintenance and Repair
- Deferred Maintenance
- Functional Layout & Design Issues
- External/Economic Issues
- Environmental Issues
We Have Provided M&E Appraisals For:
- Banks and Lenders
- Business Owners
- Insurance Companies
- Private Equity Funds
- Venture Capitalists
We Provide Machinery and Equipment Appraisals For:
- Sawmill Equipment
- Wood Working Machinery
- Food Processing Equipment
- Paper Machinery
- Bottling Equipment
- Printing Machinery
- Tractors and Agricultural Machinery
- Pumps & Compressors
- Construction Machinery
- Plastics Machinery
- Forklift and Conveyor Equipment
For more information about our Machinery and Equipment appraisals for insurance, asset-based lending, financial reporting or property tax assessments, click here.
Machinery and Equipment Appraisal Resources:
Machinery & Equipment Values – an article by Michael A. Petruski in Monitor Daily regarding the standard for industrial auctions.
The Machinery and Equipment Industry in the United States: This article from SelectUSA discusses the U.S. machinery and equipment manufacturing industry and how it affects machinery and equipment appraisals.
Industrial Machinery & Equipment Companies as defined by The New York Times: The Industrial Machinery & Equipment industry consists of companies engaged in the manufacturing of basic power and hand tools, hardware, small-scale machinery and other industrial components. The industry includes power saws, polishing and metal-working machines, drills, nuts, bolts, screws, springs, valves, pneumatic hoses and other basic industrial equipment. The industry excludes cables, batteries, motors and small-electrical equipment, classified in Electrical Components & Equipment; heavy generators, conveyors and other large-electrical equipment, classified in Heavy Electrical Equipment; and permanently installed machinery, classified in Engineering & Construction.