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Fibre2fashion launches platform for used textile machinery
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Apr '12
Fibre2fashion – one of the biggest B2B global portals in the textile and apparel industry vertical is pleased to announce the launch of 'Liquidation & M&A'- a marketplace for used textile machinery liquidation, plant sale and mergers and acquisitions.

This marketplace for pre-owned textile machinery will provide full support and services to the global textile and apparel sector to buy & sell used machinery and entire plants in any part of the world.

'Liquidation & M&A' works closely with banks, financial institutions, assets liquidation companies and other agencies to realize their dues by liquidating their non-performing textile related assets (NPAs).

The fibre2fashion team of experts provides services pertaining to -
• Buying or selling of used textile machinery. Single machine or entire production plant or complete facility with land, building etc. in India or any country of the world.
• Appraisal & evaluation of assets as per the current market rate by experts.
• Relocation of an entire spinning unit/plant in any country with dismantling, packing, transportation, assembling, reinstallation facilities.

Apart from this, fibre2fashion provides exclusive online and offline marketing services for selling and buying used textile machinery through online banners, mailers to target audience, print media and other customized services.

Key benefits of using the marketplace are - fibre2fashion will try & ensure that client will get the best market price for their assets which they opt to sale. Similarly, buyer can get best options to procure machinery at most competitive rate. Other benefits include cost efficiency of our 24x7 services.

Considering that fibre2fashion has the largest global visitor base among worldwide textile portals, (around one million global visitors per month) it assures maximum reach to a targeted audience among all the leading and largest players in the global textile and clothing industry.

Click here to view textile machineries and plants on sale.

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