27th – 29th September 2022 – Powder Blending Production Auction

Harry Davis & Company is selling a 2018 powder blending production and packaging line operated by Danone.

Danone is a multi-national food products company founded in Barcelona, Spain and headquartered in Paris, France. Danone North America was established in 2017 when the firm acquired WhiteWave Foods, and is now amongst the top food and beverage companies in the United States. The firm manufactures fresh dairy, organic dairy and plant-based food products, fresh foods, beverages and coffee creamers under a number of brand names.

The online auction will be held between the 27th and 29th of September. The assets are located in DuBois, Pennsylvania and include: Powder blending equipment including 2018 Marion 166 CU FT S/S paddle blender, 2018 National Bulk Equipment 4-post bulk bag filling system, 2018 Quadro 316 S/S product sifter, 2018 dust collector, 2018 VAC-U-MAX pneumatic powder conveying system, 2018 Eriez Xtreme TGH-2 rare earth magnet. Powder filling equipment including 2018 manual depal station, 2018 Mateer dual head S/S PSA filler, 2018 McBrady rotary air ionizer bottle cleaner, 2018 Safeline Metler Toledo S/S metal detector, 2018 PAGOmat S/S wrap around and lid pressure sensitive labeling system, 2018 Mettler Toledo check weigher, 2018 Arol rotary capper with cap inspection system and cap elevator, 2018 Wexxar WF20T case erector, 2018 Bel 252 case sealer, 2018 manual hand pack station, 2018 IPM S/S tabletop product conveyor throughout production line and more.

Auctioneering firm Harry Davis & Company was first established in 1955. The Pittsburgh based company has grown to be a leader in auction and appraisal services in the region. Specialising in auctions, appraisals and turnkey sales for the dairy, food and beverage industries, Harry Davis & Company works with a broad range of clients, including Fortune 500 companies and major banking and financial institutions.

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