Valuation of machinery and equipment differs from other types of valuation, as the value of an item may differ depending on the specific circumstances of the analysis, such as determining the value of just part of the operating enterprise, liquidation value, and/or additional costs for delivery and installation.
Evaluating your company’s machinery and equipment is an important aspect of proper management and the ability to evaluate business performance and plan for future development. If done professionally, it can bring many benefits and shed light on potential opportunities for improvement and growth.
Depending on the objectives, an appraisal can be made for each machine or equipment individually, as a production line, or even as a whole.
Types of valuations of machines and equipment
Amrita Consulting has many years of experience and takes into account all specific regulations when assessing:
Specifics in preparing an appraisal
The valuation report prepared by our consultants takes into account all assumptions and indicates the guidelines related to the valuation, its purpose and context, the dependence on the accuracy, completeness and reliability of the sources used and how they significantly affect the value opinion.
Due to differences in the nature and portability of many types of machinery and equipment, specific assumptions are usually required to describe the condition and circumstances in which assets are valued. For example:
In the presence of facts or circumstances other than those relevant at the valuation date, the result is a determination of a value opinion in the presence of such special assumptions as:
Special regulations may require special assumptions, for example for the purposes of tax assessments or compulsory liquidation, environmental laws restrictions or safe working conditions.
Necessary documents for evaluation of machines and equipment
Necessary documents for evaluation of vehicles
Deadlines for evaluation
From 3 to 7 business days after sending the application.