About HGR

We Buy and Sell Everything!

You never know exactly what you’ll find when you shop HGR’s huge inventory of industrial equipment.

But you can count on one thing:

HGR will always have a huge selection of industrial surplus at great prices.

HGR is the leader in buying and selling used industrial surplus and equipment, including industrial robots, MRO, CNC machinery, hardware, and more. Learn more about what makes us stand out from the competition below.

Sell Your Surplus

HGR has a team of buyers across North America and Mexico who inspect equipment and purchase surplus all year round. Sell your surplus with us to get paid fast and clear out your facility.

Buy Machinery & Equipment

Shop from dozens of categories on our website and in our warehouses located across North America and Mexico. We offer a 30-day return policy to give you peace of mind with your purchase. Subscribe to our emails to stay up to date on our latest sales and promotions so you never miss a deal!

HGR - We Buy and Sell Everything!

Contact us or call us at
(216) 486-4567 today!

With the help of our knowledgeable sales team, customers can make the best choice for their needs and feel confident knowing that they are getting a good deal on equipment and machinery.

Additional Services

We work with our partner companies to offer additional services to help our customers reach their goals:

Mission Statement

HGR strives to cultivate a business environment where it serves as a conduit between customers looking for affordable used manufacturing machinery and industrial equipment and manufacturers hoping to recoup some portion of their initial capital investments.

By filling this role, HGR can be a valuable resource to businesses, small and large, both in the U.S. and abroad, while encouraging sensible re-use of valuable natural resources.

Core Company Values

HGR encourages all our employees to follow our company values to best serve our customers and promote a healthy and vibrant company culture.

HGR is:

  • Ethical in all our business activities
  • Supportive of coworkers by maintaining openness, honesty, trust and respect while working as a team to achieve our common goals
  • Accountable in making and fulfilling our commitments to each other, our customers, and our community
  • Committed to creating exceptional customer relationships by enhancing awareness and expectations of outstanding service with every interaction
  • Dedicated to continuous improvement to foster employee and company success
HGR's Core Company Values

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History of HGR

History & Growth

HGR Industrial Surplus opened for business in 1998, leasing 150,000 square feet of space in the former General Motors Fisher Auto Body Plant at 20001 Euclid Avenue in Euclid, Ohio. With HGR’s unique approach to buying and selling used manufacturing machinery, industrial equipment and surplus items, growth has been consistent, and HGR added employees and showroom space since its opening.

Today, HGR occupies more than 700,000 square feet of the building, and over 1.5 million square feet across North America.

About the Name

Legend has it that company founder Paul Betori, upon leaving his previous employment, found himself with a vision for a new business model that would later become HGR Industrial Surplus. As he sat in his living room and gathered his thoughts that would supplement that vision, Van Halen’s “Unchained” played in the background. The chorus struck a chord with Paul: “Change, nothing stays the same, Unchained, yeah, you hit the ground running.” HGR certainly “Hit the Ground Running” in 1998, and we have enjoyed personal and professional growth and success ever since.

About the Building

About the Corporate Headquarters Building

The building at 20001 Euclid Avenue was originally built in 1943 to produce aircraft parts during World War II. After the war, it was purchased by Fisher Body and made bodies for General Motors cars. In the 1970s, the plant was converted to produce interior trim and upholstery for GM cars. In the 1980s, the facility also began making parts for Sea Ray boats.

In 1993, production was halted, and GM closed the building. At its peak in 1955, the plant had 2,958 employees.

Read more about the historical significance of HGR’s warehouse on our blog.


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