Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers was founded in 1961. The firm provides asset disposition, industrial equipment sales, appraisal and auction services to a broad client base – from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses – across North America. The firm conducts around 60 auctions every year across a range of industry sectors. In a two-day auction this November, Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers will sell a huge offering of sewing machines, fabric cutting machines, embroidery machines and other equipment from performance apparel manufacturer Perform Group LLC. The assets are available following the bankruptcy of the firm earlier this year.
Cut-and-sew manufacturer Perform Group LLC specialised in the design and manufacture of active and athletic wear from high performance fabrics. The firm provided a range of services, including design, product development, pattern making and sample making. Perform Group LLC filed for bankruptcy in June.
The online auctions will take place on the 10th and 11th of November. Equipment featured in day one of the sale includes: single and multi-function sewing machines by Brother, Mitsubishi, Pegasus, Reece, Juki, Megasew, Pfaff and Union Special, Gerber Cutter GTXL and S-7200 automated cutting machines, Mimaki TS300P-1800 eight-color wide-format dye-sublimation printers and much more. Equipment featured in day two of the sale includes: single and multi-function sewing machines by Brother, Juki, Pfaff, Singer and Union Special; Herman Schwabe 1470 die cutting press; Graphtec CE6000-120AP cutting plotter; Joseph Pernick T-800DRM fabric inspection and rewind machine; pallet racking; lift trucks and much more.
The assets are located in York, Pennsylvania and can be inspected ahead of the auctions, on the 9th of November.