Much has changed since Meyer Gronik first took the auction podium prior to the Great Depression to sell agricultural and manufacturing machinery. However, what has remained consistent throughout three generations and more than three-quarters of a century is the company's commitment to finding innovative solutions that contribute to customer success. This legacy continues today, as AccuVal has become a global industry leader with offices throughout North America and Asia and strategic alliances worldwide.
Meyer Gronik establishes a barrel distribution company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The business expands to include auction services and advice on asset values to companies throughout Southeastern Wisconsin.
Son David S. Gronik joins his father as an auctioneer.
David S. Gronik establishes an independent auction business, serving Wisconsin companies.
Son David S. (Andy) Gronik, Jr. begins setting up auctions with his father at age 10.
Now 15, Andy Gronik conducts his first auction.
Andy Gronik joins the business full-time and founds The Gronik Company, Incorporated, leading the valuation and consulting firm to national prominence as president & CEO.
Andy Gronik and Rick Schmitt found AccuVal Associates, Inc. and expand operations to provide fully integrated platform of business solutions to major corporations worldwide.
AccuVal develops and introduces Asset Intelligence, a groundbreaking and proprietary asset management platform and integrated database.
AccuVal is acquired by DoveBid, Inc. Andy Gronik is named global president & COO of DoveBid Valuation Services. Rick Schmitt manages the inventory appraisal practice and guides the development of information technology systems.
Andy Gronik and Rick Schmitt repurchase AccuVal, serving major corporations worldwide from eight offices in the United States. Relationships are formalized with strategic partners throughout the world to provide complementary expertise and local-market perspective.
AccuVal operations are established in Canada and Singapore to better serve clients throughout North America and Asia.
2011 - AccuVal acquires inventory valuation practice of Asset Engineering in Canada.
2013 - AccuVal and its sister company, LiquiTec, announce a co-marketing effort aimed at educating the marketplace about its complete suite of corporate valuation, advisory and liquidation services. The unified brand AccuVal-LiquiTec launched in January.