The Machinery Dealers National Association (MDNA) is a non-profit trade association whose members buy and sell used capital equipment. Established in 1941 to assure buyers of the integrity and reliability of used machinery dealers that are members of the association, the association represents nearly 500 member companies around the world. You can search for a particular member alphabetically, geographically, or by the specific types of machinery they sell. A complete listing of MDNA members may also be found in the MDNA Buyer's Guide.
The foundation of MDNA is its Code of Ethics. As a condition of membership, MDNA members agree to abide, unequivocally, by the terms of the Code, and renew this pledge annually. The Code is policed by the association's membership. Complaints brought from alleged Code violations are handled by MDNA's Ethics & Mediation Committee. Severe violations have resulted in expulsion from MDNA.
MDNA members proudly display their emblem. This emblem identifies dealers who concur with MDNA's high standards of business practice. It is a symbol of integrity and reliability. It also recognizes dealers who have a wide range of technical experience and data to help customers improve their productivity.
The Code of Ethics underwriting this emblem provides that each MDNA member will: