Customer Endorsements Speak Volumes
We are very proud of every project we undertake but no one can describe how a customer feels better than they can. One of the most consistent pieces of feedback we receive is 'We never knew a service like yours existed". Here you can gain an insight into some of the industries and projects we have worked on and how our clients have reacted to the services we have provided.
Helping global tech giant Twitter to dispose of surplus assets from their regional headquarters in London and Ghana.
Delivering a series of exclusive online sales for Aston Martin as they relocate to new headquarters.
A fast and effective disposal route for fixtures and fittings in retail stores across the UK and Ireland.
Managing overstock of refrigeration and catering equipment for the on-demand delivery start-up, providing them with an ethical disposal channel.
How NCM Auctions worked with Dreamland in Margate to reuse surplus catering equipment and vehicles.
Hoshizaki is a global leader in the design, manufacturing, and marketing of equipment for the foodservice industry, including Ice Machines and Refrigeration
How NCM Auctions worked at Arbor City Hotel in East London to sell surplus assets and equipment via commercial online auction.
How NCM Auctions worked at Frenchgate Shopping Centre in Doncaster to sell surplus assets and equipment from a Debenhams store.
How we worked with a huge college site to manage their auction & site clearance project in Penrith, Lake District.
Sheffield Forgemasters are a global leader in steel production and engineering, Sheffield Forgemasters designs, manufactures and delivers world-class steel forgings and castings.
How NCM Auctions worked with DN Colleges Group to raise capital from the sale of assets at High Melton College Campus.
Kodak was disposing of the assets from their entire lithographic printing site in the Leeds, Morley area as the site was scheduled to be closed down.
DMBC had multiple iconic sites that were being demolished to make way for new council buildings. Each building had an excess of surplus assets no longer needed by the council.
The Ricoh Arena is a pioneering venue in the world of business, entertainment and sport. Home to both the Wasps Rugby Union Football Club and Coventry City Football Club, the award-winning venue has a mix of conference, hotel and exhibition space.
Bolton Council was in need of asset disposal for the entire contents of one of their leisure centres.
Ecco Safety Group was relocating to a new head office and warehousing site in the Leeds area. Due to the relocation, ESG had surplus building fabrications and redundant plant and machinery.
Stockport College was restructuring and downsizing and had many surplus assets that they no longer needed, distributed in multi-storied buildings.
Dearne Valley College is a Further Education college based in the heart of South Yorkshire. After deciding to close their apprentice welding department they were left with surplus assets.
Total People are one of the largest providers in the North West of quality work-based learning, specialising in apprenticeships and functional skills.
Barnet and Southgate Colleges were based on multiple sites in the London, Barnet area. They were having a brand-new college building built and so had no need for the multiple sites stretched across the borough.
NCM Auctions were approached by Bracknell and Wokingham College to help find a solution for a range of surplus assets including log cabins which the college no longer had use for.
West Lancashire College’s Construction, Engineering and Logistics Centre had to be relocated due to the redevelopment of another facility.
Doncaster College had surplus equipment that needed to be disposed of from within their Construction Department. They asked NCM Auctions to find a successful solution, which we promptly did.
Established in 1953, North Lindsey College is located in the centre of Scunthorpe. The campus spans several buildings of varying sizes, used for a number of different purposes.
Coventry College had built up a surplus of assets following their merger with Henley College and was looking to free up space.
Accrington and Rossendale College campus / Nelson campus was in need of asset disposal for the entire contents of three commercial training kitchens.
Hodsock Priory is a historic country house, utilised for weddings and events and set in 800 acres of countryside on the border of Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire.
APR Witney is a respected, long-running plumbing merchant. They had a large selection of new plumbing stock that they would need to dispose of following the retirement of the owner.