Specialist auctions – looking for money-saving purchases

Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Hilditch Auctioneers say medical and catering equipment auctions have become excellent places to purchase items at bargain prices, and for sellers they can also be an excellent way of raising additional funds for equipment which might otherwise be thrown away. Typical items of medical equipment sold at auctions include beds and mattresses, medical trolleys, sterilisers, surgical instruments and hoists. Catering equipment offered for sale would include items suitable for commercial kitchens, such as Foster refrigerators and Falcon ranges. All these items, and many more, are regularly included in the Hilditch catalogue of medical and catering equipment. Based in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, Hilditch Auctioneers holds auctions every month throughout the year. Many of the steadily increasing number of medical equipment items submitted for sale come from NH Trusts which, like care home owners, struggle to contain rising costs without reducing the quality of treatment. With relentless pressure for faster and even better

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