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Corporate Liquidation – Massachusetts

Choose Sustainability with Transfer Enterprises

Transfer Enterprises, Inc. offers corporate liquidation Massachusetts. We invite corporate offices in our Massachusetts service area can sell office furnishings to Transfer Enterprises. Our “Liquidation Buyback” objective is to reclaim office furniture and components to refurbish and resell. Our company mission is to recover as many good quality chairs, desks, tables, file cabinets, workstations, cubicles and office equipment accessories as possible. We have a team dedicated to recovering these valuable pre-owned components. We extend the life of office furniture by reupholstering, painting, powder coating, and wood refinishing. With our furniture buyback program, your discarded office furniture gets a new lease on life. Our program is a win-win for the savvy consumer and for the corporate furniture recycle effort.

Office Furniture Recovery – Remanufacturing – Repair

Our production department is dedicated to reducing landfill waste, and keeping these products available to the Massachusetts office furniture market. Any materials which cannot be recovered or remanufactured are recycled. In order to get started, please begin by filling out the Liquidation Quote Request form below. After you fill out the form, a representative from Transfer Enterprises will reach out to you to schedule a site visit. After they visit your site, then they will provide you with a quote, timeline, and deposit requirement. After the deposit is made, then we can schedule the liquidation. After scheduling, Transfer Enterprises can officially begin the decommission process. When the decommission process is complete, you can guarantee a clean, empty building completed on time, and hassle free!  All floors are swept and vacuumed, and any miscellaneous trash is disposed of. We promise to leave our job sites in pristine condition, so our customers have minimal work at the conclusion of their lease or sale of their building.

Liquidation Requirements

Lastly, please note that we do have certain specifications when accepting liquidations. To start, we only purchase office furniture that is less than ten years old, available in large quantities, in good condition and made by high-end office furniture manufacturers. Examples of these manufactures include Steelcase, Haworth, Herman Miller, Knoll, and Kimball. We do not purchase office furniture manufactured by HON, Staples, Office Depot, Wayfair, or Ikea. Large quantities are defined by 20 or more of the same case good (desk, file, etc.) and 50 or more of the same chairs. However, the exception to the quantity requirement includes high-end seating such as Herman Miller Aerons, Steelcase Leap V2s,  Steelcase Amias, and Steelcase Thinks. If these chairs are in good condition and available close to Connecticut, then we may purchase them in smaller quantities.

To continue, we offer corporate liquidations nationwide. Most of our decommissions completed out-of-state are for office spaces starting at 50,000 square feet. If you would like to request a liquidation outside of Connecticut, then we please ask you to provide 60 days advance notice. This gives our team enough time to coordinate travel arrangements, trucking, and trailers for our team.

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Remanufacture

Our production department remanufacturers commonly disposed of components including cubicle panels, files, and desk chairs.

Repair & Maintain

We extend the natural lifecycle of office furniture by reupholstering, painting, powder coating, and wood refinishing.

Recycle

Furniture, parts and/or materials that cannot be reused, repurposed or remanufactured are responsibly recycled.


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Liquidation Quote Request

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