PENNSYLVANIA MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT APPRAISER
Your Leading Pennsylvania Machinery and Equipment Appraiser.
Truman Mox is the Leading Machinery and Equipment Appraiser whose appraisers possess the professional designations of Certified Machinery and Equipment Appraiser (CMEA) and Expert Equipment Certified Appraiser (EECA). Additionally, we maintain active membership status in the Nebb Institute, Institute of Equipment Valuation, National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA), and the American Society of Appraisers (ASA). Our appraisers provide their expertise to clients throughout the United States for a wide range of services, including equipment, machinery, office, inventory analysis, and workplace assessments. We work with:
- Asset Based Lenders
- Investment Banks
- Private Equity Firms
- Credit Unions
- Commercial Lenders
- Business Brokers
- Business Buyers
- Business Sellers
- Merger & Acquisition Professionals
Truman Mox, Inc works in numerous industries including:
- Construction Equipment Appraisals
- Medical Equipment Appraisals
- CNC Machinery Appraisals
- Restaurant Equipment Appraisals
- Food Processing Equipment Appraisals
- Retail Equipment Appraisals
- Floor Plan Audits Appraisals
- Transportation Appraisals
- Feasibility Studies
- Inventory Appraisals
- Inventory Audits
Reasons for a Machinery and Equipment Appraisal:
- Asset Based Lending
- New Loan Collateral
- Refinance Loan Collateral
- Annual Audit or Review
- SBA 7(a) Loan
- Loan Default Situations
- Portfolio Management
- Landlord Repossession
- Partnership Dissolutions
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Private Equity Due Diligence
- Form 8283 Charitable Donation
- Buy-Sell Scenarios
- Estate Settlement
- Divorce Matters
- Allocation of Purchase Price
- Eminent Domain
- Insurance Loss Settlements
- Tangible Asset Tax
Truman Mox, Inc delivers USPAP-compliant appraisal reports to its clients that are filled with comprehensive information and reliable findings. Our certified appraisers stand behind every assessment, valuation, and appraisal that we provide. We guarantee that our reports will hold up under the scrutiny of the IRS, lenders, courts, attorneys, CPAs, and other parties.
Your Pennsylvania Machinery and Equipment Appraiser.
Pennsylvania has a diverse range of industries that contribute significantly to the state’s economy. The state is historically known for its strong manufacturing sector, which still plays a vital role in Pennsylvania’s economy. The state’s manufacturing industry produces a range of products, including machinery, metals, chemicals, and food products. Pennsylvania is also home to a thriving healthcare industry, which employs over one million people and contributes billions of dollars to the state’s economy. The state is home to some of the nation’s top hospitals and healthcare systems, as well as a robust biotechnology sector.
In recent years, Pennsylvania has also emerged as a leader in the renewable energy industry, particularly in the area of natural gas production. The state’s abundant natural gas resources have attracted a range of companies to the region, leading to significant investment in new technologies and infrastructure. Pennsylvania is also home to a growing clean energy sector, with a strong focus on wind and solar power. As the demand for renewable energy continues to grow, Pennsylvania is well-positioned to become a leader in this field, contributing to the state’s long-term economic growth and sustainability.
Numerous groups support Economic Business Growth in Pennsylvania:
The Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC)
Regional Development Funding Corporation
We are the Leading Pennsylvania Machinery and Equipment Appraiser and service every county in Pennsylvania and major cities including Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Scranton, Erie, and Allentown.
Appraisal clients can trust Truman Mox, Inc. to provide accurate and timely appraisals. To begin the appraisal process, or to learn more about Truman Mox please call our certified appraisers at 888-494-3433 or fill out our contact form.