CDC Inc. Offers CUSPAP Compliant Appraisals

CDC INC. offers machinery and equipment appraisals compliant with CUSPAP (Canadian Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice). Our designations completing this work are AACI, ASA and MRICS accredited members.

If you’re looking for an accurate assessment of the value of your industrial equipment, you’ve come to the right place. we are highly experienced and knowledgeable about all types of equipment.. And because we understand that every business is unique, we tailor our services to meet your specific needs. 

For any machinery & equipment appraisal inquiries, please contact us or give us a call at  1-866-479-7922.. We’ll be happy to provide you with a free consultation to discuss your needs.

We Are Proud to Offer Our Services to All of Canada

Our team consists of skilled and knowledgeable appraisers who are prepared to provide you with the information you need. We recognize the importance of accurate appraisals for machinery & equipment, and we are dedicated to delivering excellent service to you. We look forward to working with you and providing you the facts you need to make informed choices.

Our machinery appraisal services expand coast-to-coast including EdmontonCalgaryOttawaWinnipegTorontoSaskatchewan or any city located in Canada..

How We Can Help

Equipment Appraisal Services Include but Are Not Limited To:

Our equipment appraisal services include but are not limited to: agricultural industry machinery and equipment, daily and weekly newspapers, commercial printers, open pit and shaft mines, pulp and paper mills, sawmills, engineered board plants, printed circuit board manufacturing equipment appraisal, television & radio broadcasting, CLEC & ILEC wireline and wireless tier one & two automotive parts, clothing manufacturing, window & door manufacturers, plastics components, soft drink packaging, citrus fruit processing and packaging, breweries, confectionary, beef and hog processing, retail and grocery stores, local electricity distribution companies, coal, natural gas, nuclear power plants, cement manufacturing, road construction and earth moving, metalworking and forming, municipal water and wastewater treatment facilities. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

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Industrial Machinery Appraisal

Industrial Machinery Appraisal

Accurate Reports in a Timely Manner

Our senior appraiser Ted Rudyk is located in Toronto with global experience. Ted oversees our national team of designated appraisers. Ted, ASA, MRICS has been an industrial equipment appraiser (M&E) for over 40 years. He has completed upwards of 1,700 assignments over his years in the profession. The scope of those services is financial reporting requirements (purchase price allocation), fresh start accounting, tax reorganizations, shareholder and matrimonial litigation, asset-based collateral-based financing, international arbitration, privatization, public / private joint ventures and insurance. 


Frequently Asked Questions

Why is machinery and equipment appraisal necessary?

Appraisals are essential for various purposes, including asset management, financial reporting, taxation, insurance coverage, mergers and acquisitions, and legal matters. They provide an accurate valuation of assets for decision-making and compliance.

What factors affect the value of machinery and equipment?

Several factors influence the value, including the asset’s age, condition, functionality, maintenance history, market demand, and the availability of comparable equipment in the market.

How long does a machinery and equipment appraisal process typically take?

The duration varies depending on the scope and complexity of the appraisal. Some appraisals can be completed within a few days, while others may take several weeks.

Is an appraisal a one-time process, or should I update it regularly?

Asset values can change over time due to factors like wear and tear, market fluctuations, and technological advancements. It’s advisable to update appraisals periodically, especially for insurance and financial reporting purposes.

What happens if I disagree with the results of an appraisal?

If you have concerns about an appraisal, you can seek a second opinion or ask the appraiser for clarification. Appraisers are bound by ethical standards to provide accurate and unbiased assessments.

Remember that machinery and equipment appraisal is a specialized field, and it’s crucial to work with experienced and accredited professionals to ensure reliable and accurate valuations for your assets. To contact our certified machinery & equipment appraisers at CDC INC., please contact us or give us a call at 1-866-479-7922. CDC INC. has been providing appraisals across Canada for over 25 years.

Senior Appraisers With Global Experience

Our certified equipment appraisers are located across North America, so we can provide services no matter where you are located.