Surplus Record® the Machinery Directory Launches New Website

Surplus Record®, a directory of surplus and used machinery for nearly a century, announced the launch of their redesigned website, www.SurplusRecord.com. The website launch is effective immediately and introduces modern design that improves search functionality, ease of access, and site-wide navigation.
The redesign implements simple shopping by category and an upgraded search engine that allows users to search for equipment dealers by name, location, or specialty. For sellers, the website offers the improved ability to list items for sale directly through Surplus Record, as well as the option to sell items through auction, market auctions through email or traditional direct mail campaigns, and advertise on the site and in the print edition of the Surplus Record Machinery & Equipment Directory.
“Our goal has always been to make sure that companies looking to sell new, used, or surplus machinery and tools can connect with interested buyers.” Tom Scanlan, President of Surplus Record
“We believe that this redesign will greatly benefit both buyers and sellers who rely on Surplus Record,” said Tom Scanlan, President of Surplus Record. “Our goal has always been to make sure that companies looking to sell new, used, or surplus machinery and tools can connect with interested buyers. This redesign will only make that easier.”
Sales and Marketing Director Tommy Scanlan added, “We may have been in business since the early 20th century, but we want our users to experience a modern website. This refresh adds both a lot of functionality and a feel that’s anything but antiquated.”
About Surplus Record
Founded in 1924, the Surplus Record Machinery & Equipment Directory was created by Thomas P. Scanlan to connect owners of industrial machinery with prospective purchasers. Since its initial publication, the print edition of the Surplus Record directory has gone to print each and every month for a total of more than 1,155 publications.
Between the print directory and Surplus Record’s online listings, the company offers more than 90,000 different machine listings to over 137,000 subscribers.
Source: Surplus Record