- Minimum of 500 machines in stock
- Lifting capacity of 85 Ton
- Heavy duty transport worldwide
Frequently Asked Questions
Are all the machines that are shown on the website in stock?
Yes, all the machines are in stock. However, sometimes the machine may still be located in the factory from which it was bought.
Does Mach4Metal have machines on their website from other companies?
No, all the machines on the website are owned by Mach4Metal.
Can the machine be checked out while it is running?
Yes, in principle all machine can be checked out while they are running. However, for some larger more complex machines this may not be possible. In that case, we provide a video which was shoot right before the machine was disassembled.
Do the machines have warranty?
No, the machine are sold as they shown, tested, and agreed upon. However, we would like to keep our customers, and thus care about our reputation, and thus provide you with an honest technical statement of the machine.
Can I visit Mach4Metal outside of opening hours?
Yes, upon appointment you can also visit us in the evening or weekends.
Does Mach4Metal also buy complete factories?
Yes, we do.
Can I get tips if I know someone who wants to buy or sell a machine?
Yes you can. The amount is dependent on the machine in question, and will be agreed upon beforehand. To do so, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Can I put my machine up for sale on Mach4Metal?
No, we only offer machines on our website that we own.
Can I check out a machine that is still at its original location in a factory?
Yes, upon appointment we can arrange a viewing and demonstration.
If there is hidden damage on the machine, who pays for the reparation?
We sell the machine as is, so without warranty. There will be plenty of opportunity for you to test and view the machine prior to buying.
When I sell a machine, will I be paid ahead of time?
Yes, the payment will be made prior to disassembly and pick up.
What is usually the time frame in which payment has to be completed when buying a machine?
100% of the payment will have to be completed prior to pick up.
Can the purchasing of machines be financed?
Upon consultation, a lot is possible. To do so, we work together with a financing business. After a quick financial check, we will provide you with a personalized proposal.
Can I send a mechanic from my own company to check out the machines?
Yes, upon appointment you can send a mechanic to view the machine, and if you wish, to test it as well.
Does Mach4Metal do all the common labor themselves?
Through years of experience, we have basic knowledge of almost any machine brand. In case we cannot provide the knowledge and skills necessary, we will get you in touch with a service mechanic of the brand in question.
If I sell machines to Mach4Metal, will they pick them up?
Yes, we can disassemble and pick up the machines.
Can Mach4metal arrange the documents necessary for export?
Yes, when necessary we can arrange the following documents: EX1, Euro1, Certificate of origin, ATR, and CMR. Other documents can be arranged upon request.
Does Mach4Metal adhere to delivery terms?
Yes, these terms can be found here on our website.
Is Mach4Metal located in the Netherlands or in Germany?
Babberich is a dutch town 400 meters from the German border directly on the A12/A3.
Is there an airport in close proximity to Mach4Metal?
Due to our central location, there are numerous options with regards to airports (Düsseldorf International at 100 Km, Schiphol at 125 Km, and Vliegveld Eindhoven at 110 Km). Furthermore, Düsseldorf Weeze is only 60 km from our business, and Frankfurt is 300km away.
Is there a railway station in close proximity to Mach4Metal?
If you travel within the Netherlands, you can use station Zevenaar. Within Germany you can use the station in Emmerich. Both stations are 10km away from us, and we gladly pick you up.
What are Incoterms?
Incoterms® are rules, frequently used worldwide in international and domestic contracts, illustrating responsibilities between buyer and seller for costs and risk, as well as cargo insurance.
“Incoterms” is a trademark of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
What is the meaning of EXW – Ex Works?
Ex WORKS (EXW) means that the seller delivers the goods to the buyer when it places the goods at the disposal of the buyer at a named place (like a factory or warehouse), and that named place may or may not be the seller’s premises. For delivery to occur, the seller does not need to load the goods on any collecting vehicle, nor does it need to clear the goods for export, where such clearance is applicable.
What is the meaning of FCA – Free Carrier?
FREE CARRIER (FCA) means that the seller delivers the goods to the buyer in one or other of two ways:
First, when the named place is the seller’s premises, the goods are delivered when they are loaded on the means of transport arranged by the buyer.
Second, when the named place is another place, the goods are delivered when, having been loaded on the seller’s means of transport, they reach the named other place and are ready for unloading from that seller’s means of transport and at the disposal of the carrier or of another person nominated by the buyer.
Whichever of the two is chosen as the place of delivery, that place identifies where risk transfers to the buyer and the time from which costs are for the buyer’s account.
What is the meaning of FOB – Free On Board?
FREE ON BOARD (FOB) means that the seller delivers the goods to the buyer on board the vessel nominated by the buyer at the named port of shipment or procures the goods already so delivered. The risk of loss of or damage to the goods transfers when the goods are on board the vessel, and the buyer bears all costs from that moment onwards.
What is the meaning of CFR – Cost and Freight?
COST AND FREIGHT (CFR) means that the seller delivers the goods to the buyer on board the vessel or procures the goods already so delivered. The risk of loss of or damage to the goods transfers when the goods are on board the vessel, such that the seller is taken to have performed its obligation to deliver the goods whether or not the goods actually arrive at their destination in sound condition, in the stated quantity or, indeed, at all. In CFR, the seller owes no obligation to the buyer to purchase insurance cover: the buyer would be well-advised therefore to purchase some cover for itself.
What is the meaning of CIF – Cost, Insurance and Freight?
COST INSURANCE AND FREIGHT (CIF) means that the seller delivers the goods to the buyer on board the vessel or procures the goods already so delivered. The risk of loss of or damage to the goods transfers when the goods are on board the vessel, such that the seller is taken to have performed its obligation to deliver the goods whether or not the goods actually arrive at their destination in sound condition, in the stated quantity or, indeed, at all.