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iGAM Launches Online Auction Platform

31.01.2020, 20:12

iGAM Launches Online Auction Platform

NRTC Alabama, Inc., company, iGAM, has launched the iGAM Unreserved Online Auctions marketplace for manufacturers who wish to purchase used industrial equipment.


The new channel for industrial buyers allows users to place online bids for items based on the price they want to pay.


Online auction items are advertised without reserve and include transparent descriptions and photographs.


The site includes listings from major global brands, including ABB, Kuka, Fanuc and Yaskawa.


The launch of iGAM’s auction platform supplements the iGAM Marketplace which allows users to Buy Now or Make an Offer on robots and manufacturing equipment. Items sold in the iGAM Marketplace come with a Bronze Reconditioning Service, and are backed by a one-year warranty and are ready to ship. 


Greg Owens, NRTC Alabama CEO, says:

“We’ve built two powerful platforms that essentially change how the manufacturing world buys used equipment.

“In the Unreserved Online Auction, buyers place a Max Bid defining the highest price they’re willing to pay, and in the iGAM Marketplace users Make an Offer or Buy Now to make an immediate purchase.”

iGAM provides customer access to technical consultants who are able to answer questions about equipment and automation, whilst offering financing options to give users more time to pay for purchases. 

The company prides itself on operating without brokers or hastle, and offering a massive inventory to choose from with the ease of online purchasing.

The new marketplace offers everything from robots and robot parts to battery chargers, circuit protection, inverters and servo motors, and can meet the needs of manufacturing companies both domestically and internationally. In addition to selling equipment, iGAM partners with manufacturers of all sizes to consign equipment to the marketplace and auction.

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