Michaels Global Trading
Michaels Global Trading was founded in March 2013 in Ontario, Canada. We started out of a storage locker with our operations solely based on buying electronics and office furniture. As the company grew the scope of our activities expanded to include liquidating surplus inventory and assets from retail merchandise to heavy equipment. As a liquidation company, we can help save you and your business a significant amount of time and money.
MGT over the years has evolved into a leadership position by maintaining a high level of professionalism, quality service and transparency. Hiring a professional surplus inventory liquidator can assist a client when the time is right. Working with a professional liquidation company will help improve prospects of success as well as the survival of a business. Our clients include commercial and retail corporations, financial institutions, government entities and small business owners.
Michaels Global Trading offers services ranging from the liquidation of assets to the disposal of e-waste. We are a certified liquidator, providing surplus inventory liquidation services in Ontario, serving Canada and USA.
Michaels Global Trading facilitates the liquidation and decommissioning of assets for businesses across Canada and the USA.
Businesses across North America have experienced the reliable liquidation and decommissioning services offered by Michaels Global Trading. MGT has worked closely with businesses operating in a wide-range of industries, such as retail, construction, warehousing, and medical equipment! This is done through connections located throughout the USA and Canada that work in concert with Michaels Global Trading to facilitate effective and profitable return on assets.
BEST IN THE INDUSTRY! That’s how we would describe Michaels Global Trading. They took all the headaches for our office move, decommissioning office cubicle, and did everything at a great price. They planned everything ahead of time and were on time to finish the job. Marlon, Mario, and team were extremely professional. They were fast to respond, fair in prices, and extremely service oriented. We would recommend them to companies who are planning an office move or decommissioning office furniture or equipment. – Brainhunter Systems Ltd.
We engaged Michaels Global Trading to remove and dispose a large quantity of office furniture during renovations. Marlon and his team were professional, efficient and made our jobs much easier. It was nice not having to deal with all those desks ourselves!
A furniture broker will connect a seller of furniture and a dealer that purchases stock and collect commission for the sale. A furniture wholesaler buys large lots of furniture and resells in small lots to other dealers and end users.
Currently, Michaels Global Trading doesn’t offer data destruction services, although we are happy to help you dispose of other types of e-waste. We recommend removing and destroying your hard drive directly or working with a certified data destruction company. This ensures all sensitive files are removed from IT equipment before it is resold.
Many large businesses partner with recycling experts to ensure all electronics are properly disposed of. Depending on the number of electronics decommissioned on a regular basis, the recycling specialist may leave a bin on-site at the business to be filled and picked up. In cases of large-scale electronics recycling, such as the downsizing or closing of a business, decommissioning professionals like Michaels Global Trading will come to your business, assess individual electronic components, and deliver unusable items to the proper recycling facilities.
In North America there are strict guidelines on the disposal of e-waste, especially batteries, cathode ray tubes and wiring. Fortunately, up to 97% of the electronics in your business can be recycled, minimizing your carbon footprint.
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