Acquisition of leading full-service surplus medical equipment platform expands TRIMEDX’s industry-leading comprehensive clinical asset management solution
The global market for certified pre-owned medical equipment is expected to expand from 11% annually to $21.2 billion by 2025 (from $12.1 billion in 2020), says industry data source ReportLinker. Forces fueling the growth range from intense cost containment pressure on health systems, especially due to the coronavirus pandemic, to interest across the healthcare industry in reducing consumption as a way of supporting environmental sustainability.
Centurion Service Group, a leader in medical equipment liquidation, announced today that it has acquired Ganim Medical, an accomplished re-furbisher of medical equipment with a unique retail model that enables hospitals to acquire new and preowned equipment via revenue generated from surplus assets.
Centurion Service Group today announced that 1315 Capital has acquired a majority stake in the company.
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Centurion Service Group understands that time is precious for medical equipment buyers. That being said, our goal is to make auction participation an opportunity for everyone, even those who may not have enough time left to carve out in a day. Proxy bidding allows buyers to be able to participate in auctions even if they are unavailable to bid live themselves, whether that’s on-site or online. This stress-free bidding method makes participating in auctions easier and less time-consuming for buyers. Continue reading to view our simple four-step guide on proxy bidding.