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Buying surplus military-grade equipment is an easy way to make sure you have the tools needed to get every job done. To take advantage of the current available surplus, there are some specific procedures which must be followed.
Procedures for Purchasing Surplus Product:
- Formal “Letter of Intent” (LoI) issued on the potential buyer’s letterhead and addressed to GLAV. LoI should include requested additional equipment (weapons, hardpoints, avionics, comm systems, etc), time frame requirement/request for delivery and export country of delivery. Should this be a brokered deal, an NDA can be signed prior to receiving LoI from buyer.
- GLAV will sign and return the LoI and attach photos, technical specifications, operating/maintenance history (if applicable) for each unit.
- GLAV will commence due diligence on the buyer – approximately 2-5 business days (not applicable if government agency or Fortune 500 public company).
- Once due diligence is completed, GLAV will offer inspection of the product at source and release serial numbers (if applicable).
- GLAV will provide the potential buyer documentation stating the product is free of any legal leans (if applicable).
- At completion of inspection, a conditional bill of sale is issued which is valid for 10 business days.
- At contract signing, buyer must provide a signed and stamped original copy of End-User Statement.
- GLAV will assist the customer with all export requirements to enable release for transport.
- If included, GLAV will provide logistic support to transport the product to the end-user country of destination.
The benefits of purchasing surplus equipment are numerous. For starters, you're not paying the high prices that come along with brand new equipment. You're purchasing proven equipment that has immediate value. These vehicles and equipment options are some of the highest qualities that can be found today.
This is because when people are involved in active scenarios, they need to have reliable equipment. The stakes are always high, which means no expense is left off the table during the development process of this equipment. It can withstand harsh conditions, plenty of abuse, and even overuse and keep on running. They are engineered to work and their designs help to make that work be completed as efficiently as possible.
Why are prices for surplus equipment so much lower than for brand new equipment? It's because our industry often focuses on volume buying. This allows products to be purchased on the lower end of the pricing scale when they are brand new. Through the surplus process, this price savings can then be passed along to a secondary owner.
You receive items of the highest quality with some of the lowest prices around.
New equipment is developed every year. This means there will always be a supply of surplus equipment from which you can choose. If you're interested in any of the equipment found in this category, then following the purchasing procedures and contact us with any questions you may have. This way you can get the answers you need for the surplus you must have to get your next job done.