Machinery International Corporation can provide you with professional appraisals of your industrial equipment. Whether for bank
financing, insurance, potential acquisition or sale, or internal evaluations, we can provide you with accurate liquidation values or fair
market values. Because Machinery International's appraisers are in the business of buying and selling machines every day, their valuations
are timely and accurate.
Machinery International's appraisers are members of the Association of Machinery and Equipment
Appraisers (AMEA), a professional appraisal association which requires a minimum of seven years of market experience and continuing
education in order to maintain certification. Our appraisers have reached the highest level of certification in the AMEA.
The AMEA is a subsidiary of the Machinery Dealers National Association (MDNA). The MDNA has a
distinguished history as a leader in the metalworking industry for 55 years. This international, non-profit trade association was
established in 1941 to assure buyers of the integrity and reliability of used machinery dealers who are members of the MDNA. Today the
MDNA represents more than 450 member firms in thirteen nations.
The foundation of MDNA is its code of ethics, to which each member company must renew its pledge annually. Ethics complaints against
MDNA members are strictly enforced and evaluated by the MDNA Ethics and Mediation Committee. In addition to AMEA, other MDNA subsidaries
include The Machine Tool Reference Guide for Metalworking Machinery, Machinery Information Systems, Inc., publisher of Locator, a
directory of available used machinery, and SUPER FAX MATE, a daily listing of used machinery.
John Conroy, Chairman of Machinery International, has served on the MDNA Board of Directors for the past ten years, as a National Officer
for the past twelve years, and as MDNA President for the past two years. Stephen McMillan, President of Machinery International Corp.,
has served for many years on the Board of Directors of both the MDNA and the Machinery Information Systems.