Liquidity Services, Inc. (NASDAQ:LQDT), a global solutions provider in the reverse supply chain with leading online marketplaces for surplus assets, today announced it has been determined the apparent high bidder for a contract with the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) to purchase, manage and sell non-rolling stock surplus assets of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) (Surplus Contract). Liquidity Services, Inc.’s high bid was equal to 4.35% of the DoD’s original acquisition value (OAV). The Surplus Contract has a base term of two years with four one-year renewal options.
Bidding for the DoD surplus rolling stock contract will take place in a live auction being held by the DLA on April 2, 2014. Following the conclusion of the auction event and a DLA determined apparent high bidder, Liquidity Services will provide an update on the event results.
About Liquidity Services, Inc.
Liquidity Services, Inc. (NASDAQ: LQDT) provides leading corporations, public sector agencies, and buying customers the world's most transparent, innovative, and effective online marketplaces and integrated services for surplus assets. On behalf of its clients, Liquidity Services has completed the sale of over $4.4 billion of surplus, returned, and end-of-life assets in over 500 product categories, including consumer goods, capital assets, and industrial equipment. The company is based in Washington, D.C. and has more than 1,300 employees. Additional information can be found at:
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