Broadcast Solutions Offers Used OB Vehicles Service

Within the new business unit, Broadcast Solutions acts as the agent mediating between the seller and prospective new customers of used OB vehicles.

German-based systems integrator Broadcast Solutions is entering the market for used OB vehicles. It is offering its expertise in developing and building OB vehicles for customers all around the world with advice and consultancy during the sales process of used OB facilities.

Antti Laurila, Global Sales Director at Broadcast Solutions, explained: “Over the years we see a growing need for used production vehicles in many countries. Some of our customers want to upgrade their production fleet and are looking for means to fund the purchase by selling their used OBs. Therefore, it was a logical step to use our know-how and sales network to help them find the right company to sell to.”

Part of the service is refurbishment of the used OBs, depending on the overall condition and the needs of the buyer. The company says it will also advise of potential changes that could be possible and technology choices which may provide additional benefits to the new owner. The company also offers an enhanced full support agreement to protect both equipment and vehicle.

“With these continuity schemes, buyers can be confident that their new investment will be protected round the clock by engineers they can trust,” says Laurila. “Identifying necessary technical upgrades for the vehicles to be future-proof investments is a huge benefit for both parties, causing a frictionless sales process and adding more options for the use of certain vehicles.”

Broadcast Solutions offers this service worldwide and starts with already four OB trucks in stock, ready for purchase. 

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