Liquidity Services (NASDAQ: LQDT), a global solution provider in the reverse supply chain with the world's largest marketplace for business surplus, is pleased to highlight four sales of electronics manufacturing equipment assets located in China, Singapore, Taiwan and the United States. Information about the sales can be found on GoIndustry DoveBid (, a Liquidity Services marketplace where more than $225 million of electronics and semiconductor manufacturing assets have been sold to a global audience of registered industry buyers.

Featured sales include:

EMEM #501475, a three-day event that is part of GoIndustry DoveBid's regular monthly Electronics Manufacturing Equipment Marketplace. The sale, which opens at 12 a.m. EDT on October 11, 2016 and closes at 5 p.m. EDT on October 13, 2016, features more than 125 test and measurement assets located at multiple U.S. production facilities of top global semiconductor manufacturers. Specific items up for bid include a 2007 Pixer CDC200™ critical dimension control (CDC) correction tool and a Hewlett Packard E8285A CDMA Mobile Station Test Set for cellular communications.

EM #501577 is a private treaty sale for two fabrication tools, an IZA M-700 sputtering and etching tool used in the production of magnetic heads and a Bühler MicroMedia™ agitated bead mill, located at the Bloomington, MN manufacturing facility of a leading data storage company. The sale closes at 5 p.m. EST on November 30, 2016.

EM #501589 is a private treaty sale for a selection of Rohde & Schwarz CMW500 wideband radio communication testers located at the Lockbourne, OH facility of a globally renown smartphone manufacturer. The sale closes at 5 p.m. EST on November 30, 2016.

EM #611040 is a private treaty sale for more than 20 late-model, high-quality assets from a leading global producer of storage, communications and consumer semiconductor products. The assets, which include multiple Eagle/Teradyne ETS-364 high volume production test systems and EO Technics BMC502PC laser drillers, are located at facilities in China, Singapore and Taiwan. The sale closes at 3 a.m. EST on February 28, 2017.

"Electronics and semiconductor manufacturers are always focused on innovation, which requires them to frequently upgrade their production equipment in order to stay competitive," said Gardner Dudley, president of Liquidity Services' Capital Assets Group. "Liquidity Services understands the constantly-changing nature of this industry and has a proven track record for providing comprehensive solutions to top global manufacturers, helping them efficiently manage their obsolete assets. Whether it's an innovative asset tagging process or full-scale remarketing and sales solutions, our experts are able to assist. Effective asset management is not just a great way for companies to recoup dollars previously spent on capital expenditures, but it is also a critical component of their zero waste initiatives."

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