EANA members comprise an elite presence within the machinery & equipment appraisal market. Our members have a reputation for Accuracy, Reliability & Professionalism.
Currently, there is only one category of membership, individual. As an are an individual membership organization there are no corporate memberships. Any Company applications will be rejected.
All applicants and members agree to conform to the Equipment Appraisers of North America Code of Ethics and to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) of The Appraisal Foundation.
Only Certified Senior Appraiser members may use the professional designation CSA and Association logo on their name cards. Companies may identify that they have CSA appraisers on staff on their letterheads and advertisements.
Note: We will return any application that is not complete and/or legible. In the event that membership is denied the application fee will be returned less a $50.00 processing fee.
Selected by the Board of Directors for outstanding service to EANA
Any person with interest in market oriented equipment appraising and EANA may join as an Associate Member. Associate Members are non-appraisers and may not identify themselves as appraiser members of the Equipment Appraisers of North America.
The Board of Directors may bestow this honor on a member who has exemplified meritorious service. The member would enjoy all association benefits.
MDNA Member Logo
Those in good standing may use the MDNA member logo in their marketing efforts. Members have acknowledged that use of the MDNA logo frequently aids and simplifies the initiation of transactions and forming of business relationships.
MDNA Machinery Manuals and Sales Literature Library
Access to over 50,000 (and growing) operating manuals, parts books, specification sheets, sales catalogs and other publications dealing with the metalworking and capital equipment industry.
Serial Number Reference Book for Metalworking Machinery
Directory of machine tool manufacturers. Non members may order one here MDNA Serial Number Reference Book 11th edition (SNRB) (Published in 1994) available on CD ROM only. Members can get information on thousands of machines as well as contact information for hundreds of U.S. machine tool builders — plus many non-U.S. builders. This guide is also available to members online in back office.
Quarterly Auction Reports
MDNA publishes, to our members, quarterly auction reports to help keep members informed about the most up to date auction pricing in the used machinery industry.
Used Machinery Buyer’s Guide
A directory of the current MDNA membership, BUYERS-GUIDE-AD croparranged alphabetically, geographically and by specialty, is distributed to potential customers by direct mail, at trade shows, in U.S. Consulates throughout the world and in response to national advertising. The Buyer’s Guide has a worldwide circulation of more than 70,000 copies. Each member receives a complimentary listing in this Buyer’s Guide each addition.
MDNA participates in the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) held in Chicago, FABTECH and other national exhibitions and trade shows each year in order to promote its members. Sales leads developed from MDNA’s participation in trade shows are made available to all members. In addition, MDNA members receive a significant discount off the current price charged to use the MDNA and AMEA member lists for advertising and promotion.
A nonprofit, tax exempt corporation, the Scholarship Fund was created tograd studentaward grants for tuition to children of MDNA employees entering or returning to college, graduate school or vocational school. Children whose parents are employees (not principals) of MDNA member firms are eligible to apply for these grants, which are awarded annually.Learn more >
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