An accurate plant and equipment valuation can speed up insurance claims, add certainty to a financial report, or help with the sale or leasing of an asset.


The plant and equipment within a property or facility will have value.  Knowing how much value there is and how much could be realised can pay dividends in many situations.

A few examples:

  • Financial reporting
  • Sale or leasing
  • Financing/refinancing
  • Reconstructing
  • Insolvency/turnaround
  • Insurance
  • Tax depreciation
  • Family law
  • Good practice asset management
  • Corporate and government reporting
  • Realisation
  • Asset inventory
  • Facility condition index
  • Lifecycle costing
  • Maintenance planning
  • Pre-purchase feasibility
  • Due diligence
  • Dilapidation
  • Sinking funds management
  • Purchase price allocation
  • Cost segregation

For more information visit garryhorsnell.com.au

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