On Tuesday, Jan. 3, DADE Capital Corp. announced that it has split off the buying, selling, and customer service operations of its business, which now operates as DADE Auctions, Inc., while DADE Capital Corp. will continue to offer financing options. The goal of the split is to provide the same service as well as flexible financing and transparency to customers.

“DADE Auctions’ updated identity better represents our reputation as America’s marketplace for used equipment for the salvage, recycling and waste industries,” says Andrew Fournier, appointed company president in 2022. “We wanted this new name and logo to truly reflect our revitalized commitment to the four pillars of our mission: exceptional customer service, complete transparency, better results, and increased customer loyalty.”

Now, with nearly four decades of service and an unmatched list of industry contacts, “DADE Auctions is looking ahead to expand our reach with buyers and sellers and offer easier access to information,” Fournier says. “And DADE Capital will continue to provide flexible financing options with partnering institutions that truly understand our customers’ needs.”

DADE Auctions Inc. is the leading used-equipment marketplace in the U.S. for the salvage, waste, and recycled materials industries. The company’s financial arm, DADE Capital, offers financing, leasing, and insurance. DADE Auctions provides customer service and working solutions using broad-based entrepreneurial skills, flexibility, and networked operations.

“Over 38 years, we’ve built a reputation for fairness, integrity and total transparency,” Fournier adds. “That’s why the vast majority of our customers come back again and again. And we will maintain our high standards of service as we grow.”

Learn about DADE Auctions’ equipment for sale and view its videos on the company’s website here.

Hannah Carvalho

Hannah Carvalho

Hannah Carvalho is the Editorial Director at ReMA. She's interested in a wide range of topics in the recycled materials industry and is always eager to learn more. She graduated from Bryn Mawr College, where she majored in History and a minored in Creative Writing. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband.