Valuations

Hassalls Auctions Valuations HASSALLS, EXPERTS IN VALUATIONS

Hassalls has valued billions of dollars worth of equipment in Australia and throughout the Asia Pacific region.

We have a strong focus on “yellow metals” in the mining sector, however our capacity to value equipment is diverse. We routinely value equipment from the oil and gas sector, onshore and offshore drilling, transport, civil construction, crushing and quarry and manufacturing.

From graders to rigid end dump trucks to unneeded mine site accommodation, a barge in PNG, a unique salt harvesting site, down to a basic toolbox, Hassalls can deliver an independent valuation that can be relied upon.

We provide equipment valuations and commercial advice to financiers, insolvency companies and many government departments and multinational companies. We have a successful network and team to facilitate large projects in a timely and efficient manner. This is coupled with a strategic understanding of site requirements with full induction and access and strong communication with the key stakeholders at each location ensuring efficiencies on site.

Our Valuation leaders have successfully passed the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice examination. USPAP is an internationally recognised valuer’s qualification that sets high standards of professionalism with the aim of increasing client confidence by producing clear, concise and credible valuations without bias or contingent fees.

Furthermore, Hassalls has an astute understanding of what market will have the greatest need for a particular piece of equipment, no matter how large or small. Our team can travel anywhere to any piece of equipment, when needed.

The Hassalls team aims to deliver the best return for our clients and we also have a large network of national and international buyer contacts.

We are fully accredited Panel Valuers for:
  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA)
  • National Australia Bank (NAB)
  • Australia New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ANZ)

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