Mobility retailers in with a chance to bag a bargain

A Yorkshire-based mobility company that recently went into administration will be auctioning tens of thousands of pounds’ worth of mobility scooters and disability living equipment without reserve.

In March, THIIS covered that Hartmond Limited went into administration. The organisation traded as The Mobility Partnership, Trade Mobility, Value Mobility and Yorkshire Mobility and previously operated six shops, as well as selling mobility supplies online and providing a repair, servicing and refurbishment service across the country before ceasing trading.

The company’s remaining stock is now to be auctioned off online by CJM Asset Management in Scunthorpe, with the auction having more than 300 lots.

CJM Director Paul Cooper told the Scunthorpe Telegraph that the company had a considerable customer base but was unable to continue trading in an increasingly competitive marketplace, with internet-only sellers being highlighted as a key factor.

Auction lots include mobility scooters, wheelchairs, rollators, daily living aids, clothing, bathing equipment and a variety of other mobility equipment.

The auction is expected to see a lot of interest from mobility retailers, care homes, Shopmobilities and members of the public keen to grab available bargains far below retail price, with everything being sold without reserve.

Bidding ends on the 19/07/2017 at 12:00 pm

To view available lots, visit the auction website HERE