There are more than 1.2 million businesses across Canada, spanning a range of industries. At Michaels Global Trading, we work closely with Canadian business owners to manage the sale, decommissioning, and redistribution of office supplies, equipment, and furniture, so you can focus on the big picture things.
There are many reasons why Canadian businesses require help liquidating or recycling office furniture, including:
The experienced team of wholesale liquidators at Michaels helps Canadian companies quickly, efficiently, and discreetly. Our focus is helping you get some form of return on your investment, and ensuring all equipment is dealt with safely and responsibly so there are no legal repercussions for your business.
Why Hire a Professional Wholesale Liquidation Company in Canada?
Some Canadian companies choose to manage office supply liquidation internally, but there are benefits to choosing a professional to handle equipment retrieval, such as:
- Proper handling and recycling : Office equipment consists of a mix of electronic and furniture items. These need to be recycled in specific ways. In Canada, the laws on computer recycling are particularly strict, requiring batteries, screens, and internal wiring components to be properly handled.
- Return on value: Michaels Global Trading has a long history of office decommissioning and liquidation. Our staff are trained to know when a piece of office equipment still holds value and could return some office equity to your company, and when an item needs to be recycled.
- Careful handling: Your office is more than a workplace, it’s where ideas form, projects come together, and colleagues meet. Michaels Global Trading is careful and respectful as we take on any new office. We remove only what is asked of us and ensure all components are properly dismantled and packaged. We can also help you clear an entire office, leaving nothing behind but bare walls.
- IT knowledge: Michaels Global Trading hires and trains staff who are knowledgeable about the products we handle. It’s important to know how things work, so we can guarantee our clients the best price on any IT equipment which still has life in it.
For Canadians looking to get the most out of their office supplies, we are here to help, no matter the industry, size, or reason.
Products We Manage in Canada
- Filing cabinets
- Cubicle dividers
- Administrative supplies
- Ergonomic stations
Within the realm of IT equipment, we are familiar with:
- Digital storage devices
- Copy/Fax machines
- Commercial printers
- Digital security systems
- VOIP technology
Currently, Michaels Global Trading serves businesses in Ontario, Canada, including:
We are constantly expanding our brand and services, and welcome nearby clients to contact us for office equipment decommission inquiries.
Contact Michaels Global Trading
Interested in learning more about Michaels Global Trading and the benefits of office supply liquidation and removal? We invite you to contact us at 1-888-471-5066 or fill out our easy-to-use online form to get started.
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!
Liquidation items can be anything that can be sold from a business to generate cash flow. Examples would be furniture, computers, machinery, vehicles, fixtures etc.
The simplest answer is no. There are many factors that affect the value of your assets. Some examples would be market conditions, supply and demand, age, condition and location.
Every appraisal is different and has specific requirements. The cost is directly linked to the scope of work involved.
That depends on several factors; first, how much equipment is being appraised. Appraising a large machinery shop with hundred’s of pieces will take significantly longer than appraising a small mom and pop business.
Majority of appraisal reports will have equipment values and a synopsis of how the appraiser came up with the values given.
Some commons reasons for an appraisal are mergers & acquisitions, business valuation, bankruptcy, financing & SBA lending, insurance, buy and sell agreements or partnership dissolutions.