SELL YOUR TEST EQUIPMENT TO TDS
Project Managers, Site Engineers, Equipment Coordinators:
Now that your project is winding down, you are looking forward
to wrapping up and hopefully getting some time off. The fewer
the headaches and time consuming tasks you have at this point,
the better. One task you have probably NOT been looking forward
to is gathering and accounting for test and measurement equipment
that has been used on your site.
Some things you may be dealing with:
1) Lost units.
2) Missing accessory: leads, operator’s manuals, software, carrying cases, etc.
3) Checkout, Cleaning and Repair of damages. Even if equipment “looks good,” a thorough checkout is needed before sending it to the
4) Calibration most units require periodic calibration and at
the end of your project will be nearing expiration dates.
5) Accounting and paperwork on top of the technical and logistical
Then you will need someone to clean, test, inventory accessories,
source and order missing parts and authorized repair and calibration
services. Then they will be responsible for packing and shipping
units to multiple locations and keeping track of them during the
weeks they are out. Assuming you have qualified technicians (and
are allowed to keep them on the payroll to handle these non-billable
tasks), you may be moving off the site so will need to figure
out where to have the units shipped and stored. Even after all
this is complete, because of changing scope and size of your next
project you will still need to be sourcing equipment for the next
THERE IS A BETTER WAY!
Technical Diagnostic Services (TDS) can help with its Surplus
Equipment acquisition program. First, we will provide a competitive
quote to have your surplus equipment taken care of in one shipment
to our Fort Worth, Texas facility. We can assist in arranging
the logistics if needed. Credit for any of TDS's services can
be arranged or immediate payment processed.
Contact TDS today at 817-465-9494 or
800-225-7271 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
and take a load off!