The team at OEM Exchange will buy your pre-owned rigid and flexible endoscopes and their related light sources, processors, and other GI accessories and help you convert unused items to cash. We understand how to maximize the value of your used Olympus®, Pentax®, FUJINON® and Storz® endoscopes and accessories. Continue reading below to learn more!
The typical ownership lifespan for a piece of G.I. endoscopy equipment is between three to seven years. Most companies choose to trade in their pre-owned equipment towards the purchase of new equipment. In return, they are given what seems like a good trade-in value; however, these values are often artificially inflated and applied to the undiscounted pricing of the new equipment purchase.
OEM Exchange will help you realize the full value of your trade-in equipment, giving you the best bargaining power and available cash. By separating your pre-owned equipment value from your new equipment purchase, your company will achieve on average a ten to twenty percent higher discount on new equipment purchases. In addition, you can then separately apply the cash received to your equipment purchase, or it can be used for other goods and services.
If you are interested in learning more about our simple process, or if you would like us to provide you a quote for your pre-owned equipment, click on the button below.
OEM Exchange is a subsidiary of Clinical Choice, LLC. Clinical Choice has been nationally certified as a minority-owned business by the Carolinas-Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council. Clinical Choice is a contracted vendor with Vizient®, HealthTrust®, and Intalere®.
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