At The Gator Center, we feel we are doing our part impacting the environment in a responsible positive way by recycling. We make it a point to recycle every component from the equipment and manage the disposed of fluids properly to avoid any contamination of our soils and water supplies. We take pride in our recycling efforts as to what we will leave for our next generations to come.
Unfortunate accidents happen and at times equipment cannot be repaired profitably. Gator Center over the last two decades has continuously added to our ever-growing pre-owned parts inventory. The pre-owned parts come from machines that have been wrecked beyond the profitability to repair, outdated, and equipment upgrades.
Our team completely disassembles the machinery, wasted parts are sent out for recycling, oils are properly recycled, and parts are inventoried for significant cost savings to our customers.
All pre-owned parts are inspected thoroughly, cleaned, inventoried, and ready for immediate purchase. There are significant cost savings on many of the components that are not damaged or worn.
Types of Equipment we Purchase
- Ag Sprayers (self-propelled)
- Ag Spreaders (self-propelled)
- Tillage Equipment
- Seeding Equipment
The Salvage Bidding Process
For a salvage bid on wrecked, damaged, or worn out equipment contact us. The following information must be submitted to us for a bid to be processed and a price submitted.
- Year of the machine
- Type of agricultural equipment
- A brief description of equipment
- Location of equipment
For equipment with insurance claims, we will travel to the location of the equipment, review and submit a bid. We provide a comprehensive damage assessment of wrecked equipment for the company handling the claim. For more information on this service contact us.
We primarily purchase Agco, Case and John Deere equipment. For all other manufacturers contact us.
Our knowledgeable staff is ready to help you with your salvage today!
For all your salvage bid needs, contact us today!
“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.”
– Robert Swan