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The Canadian Government Surplus Auction Website

Canadian government surplus auction website

In case you didn’t know, the Canadian government maintains one, single online central hub from which it offers, takes bids on, and distributes most Canadian government surplus merchandise. This central hub is thee Canadian government surplus auction website.

Perhaps you’re thinking about possibly purchasing, at a rock bottom, surplus-level prices, a slightly used, but still well functioning and well maintained vehicle that used to occupy a spot in the fleet of RCMP automobiles? Or, maybe your interests lie more in acquiring entire pallets of high-quality computer printers? Heck, maybe you’re made out of money and you’ve even got your eye on purchasing a fully outfitted private jet? Well, where, exactly, can someone find such items, and many, many more, all up for auction at incredibly low government surplus prices? Why, at the central Canadian government surplus auction website, of course!

People who are deeply experienced in the surplus business game are sure to remember the days when possibly the most aggravating and time consuming task which made up a surplus trader’s daily grind was hunting down and trying desperately to keep abreast of all of the various government (and other) surplus auctions that were always sporadically held. Well, with the ushering in of the electronic age, the game has changed quite a bit. These days one need only know about the central Canadian government surplus auction website that the federal government maintains. And, regular visits, via your favorite web browser, right from the comfort of your own home, is now all that is needed for anyone and everyone to constantly stay informed regarding all of the incredible surplus goods that the federal Canadian government is offering to the public at any given time.

New items are placed up for auction every day, and, at any given time, you’ll find this central Canadian government surplus auction website absolutely jam-packed with unique and valuable items ready for you to bid on. All you need is a valid credit card, and to sign up for a completely free account on the website. Once you’ve done that you may begin browsing the items currently up for auction, or searching for specific items, and placing bids on the surplus merchandise you’re interested in. If you’ve placed the high bid at the ending of the surplus auction for the particular item you’ve bid on, you’ll win the item and can then go and pick it up from government warehouse at which the item resides. Or, for some select items, even have it shipped to you.

Government surplus Canadian auctionsSo, where is this central Canadian government surplus auction website located? The website resides at Http://www,GCSurplus.Ca

The Canadian government surplus auction website is operated and maintained by Public Works and Government Services Canada, which is the particular Canadian government agency charged with handling the sales and distribution of federal government surplus goods in Canada. And, the GCSurplus website which they operate is the central Canadian government surplus auction website from where they conduct on-line surplus auctions for all such goods available from more than 100 different federal government departments, organizations and agencies.

Anyone can simply visit the GCsurplus.Ca Canadian government surplus auction website, register for an entirely free account, and begin browsing and bidding on the myriad of items that are up for grabs at any given time.

So, if you’re just looking to perhaps grab a few killer deals on some Canadian government surplus items, you should definitely be sure to make frequent and regular visits to the GCSurplus website. And, if you’re either already in, or have an interest in starting, your own business buying and selling surplus items, then the GCSurplus Canadian government surplus auction website will surely prove an invaluable asset to you. And, if you are looking to start a highly lucrative full or part-time business in the buying and selling of surplus goods and merchandise, you should make absolutely sure that you pick up a copy of The Ultimate Wholesale & Surplus Buyer’s Guide!

Whether you’re thinking of either starting a business, or growing your existing business, in the trade of surplus goods and merchandise, or you’re just looking to pocket extra cash part-time, then you really do need the guide. It will lay absolutely everything you need to know out for you. So, don’t even think about trying your hand at making money in the buying and selling of surplus goods unless you’ve already got the guide in your hand and have read through it thoroughly! You simply can’t afford to be without the amazing advantages it offers.

Good luck, and here’s hoping you score some mind-blowing surplus deals very soon!

Surplus Canadian Military Vehicles for Sale

Surplus Canadian Military Vehicles for Sale

In Canada, the organization responsible for overseeing the disposal of all Canadian military assets is the Department of Directorate Disposal, Sales, Artefacts and Loans, commonly refereed to as, simply, the DDSAL. The DDSAL is charged with the responsibility of offloading, through a number of means, all surplus items and most all other Canadian military assets that have fallen into some state of disuse.

This doesn’t just mean that the DDSAL only handles surplus items via Canadian military sales. In fact, they do much more. If the Canadian military holds any sort of tangible asset or item that they wish to get rid of, it is the DDSAL which oversees the entire process. The DDSAL will assess the particular item (or items) which have been marked for disposal, calculate the best mode of disposal for those items, and oversee the process of their disposal. Depending on the particular items in question, this may mean destruction of the items, donations of the items to various individuals, entities or organizations, or sales of items through private or public means.

The DDSAL works on behalf of the Canadian Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces, otherwise known as the DND/CAF and is charged with the responsibility of managing the disposal of military goods and items, creating the policy which directs such actions, and creating the official documentation which governs those actions and processes.

When surplus Canadian military vehicles fall into a state where the DND/CAF decides that they are no longer of use in the service of the Canadian military, the DDSAL will asses the vehicles and determine the best course of action for their disposal. Depending on a number of specifics, this might mean the destruction of such military vehicles, their donation, or, quite often, they will be put up for sale, usually via a surplus auction open to the general public.

When Canadian military vehicles, and other surplus military items, are marked to be put up for public surplus auction, the DDSAL will use the services of the Government of Canada Surplus service — commonly known as GCSurplus. This is the Canadian governmental organization that is charged with conducting the sales of most surplus crown assets.

GCSurplus currently maintains a total of ten offices and eight warehouses which are located throughout Canada. Most of the sales open to the public, which GCSurplus conducts, are now being executed through the GCSUrplus website located at GCSurplus.Ca. Members of the general public are able to bid on items made available through that website — items which include surplus Canadian military vehicles for sale — but pre-registration is required before a person may enter a bid. There is no cost to register with GCSurplus in order to bid on surplus items that become available, but a registrant will be required to have a valid credit card on file with GCSurplus before their registration will be approved.

At the time of this writing, the GCsurplus website is currently listing a total of 105 government surplus vehicles up for auction. Only a small portion of these, however, are actually Canadian military surplus vehicle auctions. The bulk of government surplus vehicle auctions handled through the GCSurplus website are crown asset surplus vehicles sourced through a variety of non-military governmental agencies. So, if using that service to search for Canadian military vehicles for sale, some searching through the listings will be required.

If you’re searching for surplus Canadian military vehicles for sale, you might also want to consult our live surplus vehicle auction listings located at this link, as surplus Canadian military vehicles do appear there from time to time.