Agriculture Marketplace is a wholly opened subsidiary of Asset IQ, a leading provider of remarketing, inventory and asset management solutions that provides its clients with a lower cost and more effective alternative to complex process of reclamation, disposition, ongoing management and resale of high-value assets (either through repossession or end of term). Each sub-brand builds and leverages its own unique marketing programs, allowing each brand the opportunity to deliver the most impactful results for its clients.
Our mission is to provide the most comprehensive and efficient marketplace in which financial institutions, vendors, distributors, dealers, farm operators, and consumers can buy AND sell high value equipment – tractors, loaders, backhoes and implements. Maximizing Return and Minimizing Risk.
To accomplish our mission, we must provide sellers with an online marketplace that attracts the most qualified buyers and provide buyers with an online marketplace that houses the most comprehensive list of agriculture equipment and accessories for sale. Our marketplace is limited to pre-qualified distributors and dealers of agriculture equipment and financial institutions looking for an avenue to sell off-lease or repossessed equipment.
The focus of the marketplace is strictly high-value agriculture assets; leveraging our experience and knowledge of the industry. While our marketplace is built on state-of-the-art technology, we also understand the products we sell and are qualified to assess both the quality and value these products possess and how they can be most efficiently marketed.
"We have used the Agriculture Marketplace to acquire used loaders for our farming operation and as a result have saved tens of thousands of dollars on equipment that will last us for years to come. The equipment quality was accurately portrayed and the financing allowed us to complete the transaction in a matter of minutes. We have participated on several auctions throughout and will continue to do so because of the value and integrity of the transaction."
William Donovan WD Farms