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PRC Recovery is:

A Global Industrial Platform for dealers, utilities, and end users to purchase, sell, and manage their surplus industrial equipment.

PRC Recovery was designed to help clients maximize the value in their surplus inventory.

Why use PRC Recovery:

Customizable to help clients easily manage their Investment Recovery Process. PRC will create a client specific user interface based on clients needs.

Track your

  • Inventory across all supply chain
  • Surplus Sales
  • Redeployed items
  • Recycled Material


PRC Recovery streamlines the Investment Recovery process so clients can generate customized report based on the info they need.

Our system was created with a customizable user-friendly back end that can generate financial and inventory specific reporting.

PRC Recovery provides direct access to global markets. PRC’s sales team has over 110 years of combined international sales experience, our network can help your company increase the value of your surplus items by going direct to end users.   

PRC Recovery’s Investment Recovery division can help your company create an Investment recovery process that will maximize value while mitigating risk.

PRC will:

  • Assign Fair Market Value for your Investment Recovery items.
  • Generate a report to help client decide what is the most cost effective way to dispose of items.
  • Help clients market and actively sell IR items to maximize value.
  • Provide In House Services to minimize cost of disposal and other unknowns.


Our built in “Fair Market Value” FMV calculator utilizes the standard IR formula to evaluate your asset for your records before we market your items. This way you can track the values of all items in your inventory at each specific plant.

Please contact us to see how PRC can help you maximize the recovery value on all your assets, track inventory, and assist your utility/company with internal disposition and/or redeployment.



We also utilize the “The 7 R’s of Investment Recovery” to accurately assist you in the marketing plan of all your released assets:


The Seven R’s


  1. REUSE – A portion of the two to five percent of idle/surplus equipment can be reused internally through investment recovery programs. In addition to keeping salvageable equipment out of the landfills, reusing existing equipment instead of purchasing new reduces capital, depreciation, taxes and insurance costs.
  2. RECYCLE – Disposal costs and hazardous waste can be reduced with recycling. By converting oils, spent cleaning fluids and valuable chemicals, income is generated as well as resources reserved.
  3. RECONDITION – Rebuilding assets, such as instrumentations, valves, pumps and motors, to be put back into service or used as a backup is more economical than purchasing new. Toner printing cartridges can be rebuilt and refilled, disposable clothes and gloves reconditioned and cleaned and pallets repaired and rebuilt.
  4. RESELL – As used equipment and excess inventory markets which resell unwanted idle/excess equipment become more prevalent, finding new sales outlets for old assets reduces losses and increases income.
  5. RECLAIM – Spent solvents and chemicals, lube and quench oils and other chemicals can be reclaimed and reused.  Recovering precious metals from x-ray, photo and plating operations further reduces waste, preserves natural resources and improves operating costs.
  6. RETURN – Unwanted new equipment, spare parts, materials and supplies can be returned to the manufacturer or vendor for future credits or hard cash.
  7. REMOVE– Removing excess/idle assets lowers the tax base and increases returns on c




FMV Formula (Investment Recovery Handbook)

FMV = RCN x .7 x PD x FO

Here’s the full line-up of variables:

FMV = Fair Market Value
RCN = Replacement Cost New
PD = Physical Depreciation
FO = Functional Obsolescence or “state of the art” factor
.7 = Discount Factor, if selling to Broker or Dealer

Bear in mind that the two variables most often under-weighted are:

PD and FO table
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