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Key partnership debuts at Hillhead 2014

Proxibid enter into partnership with Moffat Group as part of expansion into UK and Europe

HILLHEAD 2014 will mark the start of a key partnership between Proxibid, the world’s most trusted online marketplace for buying and selling construction and plant equipment, and Moffat Group, publishers of Resale Weekly.

Under this new partnership, Moffat Group will leverage Proxibid’s transactional capabilities and online risk-management expertise to provide the most secure online environment for buying and selling construction and plant equipment globally.

Proxibid provide online selling solutions to more than 3,000 auction companies, asset owners and third-party sales agencies across the globe, and have recently announced their expansion into the UK and Europe. Hillhead attendees will be able to meet the Proxibid team on Resale Weekly stand.

‘We are excited to be at Hillhead 2014,’ said Ryan Downs, president and CEO of Proxibid. ‘It’s the perfect venue for us to meet key players in the industry and explain how buying and selling used equipment online with Proxibid is simple, safe and secure.’

What makes Proxibid unique is its industry-leading, 24/7 comprehensive risk-management system, which consists of a sophisticated hybrid of proprietary technology and third-party partnerships managed by an in-house team of experts.

All buyers are vetted by MarketGuard, the company’s proprietary bank-quality risk-mitigation tool, before participating in a sale, and Proxibid’s payment solution, Auction Payment Network (APN), also ensures that all Proxibid-powered transactions are secure, making their marketplace the safest place to transact online.

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