It’s definitely the end of an era for a Vancouver-based electronic goods retailer.
The remaining merchandise and workplace equipment possessed by NCIX, which declared bankruptcy late last year, will go up for auction at 10 am on Thursday, February 22.
This includes tons of televisions, computers, computer parts, monitors, speakers, headphones, hard drives, and software.
Other items up for sale consist of head office equipment (desks, chairs, cubicles), warehouse equipment (pallet racking, stock racking, conveyors), and packaging equipment (scales, wrappers).
A preview for the items will be held a day before the auction on Wednesday, February 21 from 10 am to 4 pm at 13720 Mayfield Place in Richmond.
First time bidders with AbleAuctions.ca are required to register by no later than 4 pm Wednesday, February 21.
For more information on the auction process, click here.
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.
Founded in 1996 by Burnaby resident Steve Wu, NCIX began as a retail store and later expanded into an online business, with customers from both Canada and the United States.