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$400,000 worth of goods up for grabs at NCIX bankruptcy auction

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DH Vancouver Staff Apr 12, 2018 9:38 am 37,772

Are you in the market for a printer, new monitor, headphones, office equipment, and sound gear? Then an auction taking place in Surrey today and tomorrow is the place to be.

After declaring bankruptcy late last year, and after a massive auction earlier this year, electronic goods and office supplies belonging to Vancouver-based retailer NCIX are being auctioned off today and tomorrow in what amounts to approximately $400,000 worth of stock.

The two-day auction begins today (Thursday) at 10 am, at Able Auctions in Surrey, located at 13557 77th Avenue, with the goal of clearing all the contents of the company’s Richmond head office server room.

NCIX

NCIX items (Able Auction)

Some of these items include:

  • Over 125 brand new HP 24″ monitors
  • Over 30 brand new laptop computers
  • Over 20 brand new BenQ gaming projectors and 3d projectors
  • Several boardroom tables ranging from 4′ to 10′, plus over 150 mesh back office chairs
  • Over 300 grey stacking side chairs, glass display cabinets, lockable store fixtures, file cabinets, server racks and more

For more information on the auction process, click here.

NCIX

NCIX items up for auction (Able Auctions)

NCIX items up for grabs (Able Auctions)

NCIX, also known as Netlink Computer Inc., closed all of its brick-and-mortar locations in Metro Vancouver and Ontario in 2017.

For years, the company struggled to compete against larger online businesses like Amazon and Newegg.

NCIX items up for auction (Able Auctions)

Founded in 1996 by Burnaby resident Steve Wu, the company began as a retail store and later expanded into an online business, with customers from both Canada and the United States.

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