What You Need to Know When Offloading Your Surplus Welding Equipment.

If you’re looking to offload surplus or redundant welding and cutting equipment, it may seem like a complicated process.

Where do you start? How much is it worth? Who can you trust?

As a used machinery dealer for over 50 years, we can guide you with our extensive market knowledge to ensure you reach the best decision.

What can you expect if you sell your plant to us? We answer some of your most frequently asked questions:

  • How will I ship my goods to you?

    Westermans will organise and pay for the goods at a time to suit you. We will need you to pack the items securely, either strapped onto a pallet or boxed with adequate packing, depending on size.

  • How will I be paid?

    Payment will be processed by BACS to a bank account of your choice for the amount agreed for both domestic and overseas purchases. Either in £ sterling, € euro or $ USD.

  • Are there any additional charges?

    The price you pay is the price we agreed, no additional charges or hidden fees.*

  • How do I know I can trust Westermans?

    We are a family run business, specialising in used (and new) welding and cutting equipment.
    This has been our passion for over 50 years, our motivation is providing our clients and friends Worldwide with a transparent and reliable service. Giving us our valued, global reputation.

*Does not include any charges incurred beyond our control, such as bank fees.

Westermans Factory with Visiting Clients
Peter and Craig Westerman with clients.

Whether you’re looking to sell surplus, redundant machinery; or looking to part exchange, we offer a quick and easy experience without the hassle and drama!

Complete our quick online form today to see how much your plant could be worth!

Or take a look at some of our reviews and see the benefits of selling to us.

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