Just a few months after the successful opening of new offices in the United States and Costa in 2011, the online industrial marketplace www.exapro.com for the sale and the purchase of used machinery experienced considerable success across the Atlantic. Exapro's environment is in constant adaptation to the needs of its clients looking for assistance and performance in its intermediary role during international sales.
Exapro has grown steadily since its creation in 2000 on the market of used industrial machineries, putting in contact buyers and sellers of used equipments in Europe. With already seven languages, more than 90,000 offers of machines visited by over 300,000 professionals per month, Exapro has become the real European leader in 12 years. The opening of the American was more than obvious.
At the beginning of 2011, Exapro Inc. Was created in Coral Springs, Florida and Exapro S.A. In San Jose, Costa Rica with five employees, both 100% owned susidiaries of Exapro s.a.r.l, the French headquarters. A marketing study was previously conducted and placed at 85% the potential of America versus Europe which was more than promising. Indeed, thanks to the success and experience of the European office, the local team has pushed North and South American markets in a short time. The international marketplace offers now more than 90,000 machines of which 1/3 are on the American market which, at the same time, have seen its number of requests increased exponentially. The bet started by Exapro to launch the American market is a real achievement and it suggests a very promising year 2012 since the company already increased its overall turnover by 43%.
Due to a more and more intense globalization, Exapro has become a global service to a international flow of used industrial machineries and it represents now the solution for the trading of used machinery worldwide. Moreover, after the launching and the growing success of Polish version, Exapro is already considering its next two language expansions according to the potential of each market i.e. the Russian and Turkish market expected to be operational by the end of the year.