Tiger is selling late model food processing and production equipment – including vacuum filler, mixing equipment, stuffers and food forming equipment – formerly operated by Passport Foods LLC. The assets come to the market due to plant closure.
Passport Foods LLC was founded in 1978, specialising in the production of foods inspired by global flavours. Initially serving restaurants in the Los Angeles area, the firm grew to supply food products across North America. Passport Foods LLC manufactures egg rolls, spring rolls, gyozas, dumplings, battered and breaded products, noodles, flautas, chimichangas, empanadas and other products for supply to restaurants, schools, universities and businesses.
The timed online auction will take place on the 6th of October and features: vacuum fillers, stuffers and food forming equipment including Handtmann VF 100 vacuum filler, Tiromat Multisource 430 MM conveyorized thermoformer, 2020 Anko HLT-700XL filling and forming machine (dumplings, ravioli, samosa, etc.), 2016 Risco RS 110 stuffer. Mixing equipment including 2020 Thunderbird ASP-2000 stainless spiral dough mixer w/ bowl, Weiler M210A paddle mixer (beef, seafood, poultry, pork, veal, etc.), Hobart V-1401, 140-quart mixer. Production lines for flautas, egg rolls and dumplings. Salad crouton line. 2019 complete fry-line. Freezers, chillers and refrigeration equipment including 2020 Frigoscandia Gyro Compact 60 spiral freezer, 2020 Process refrigeration system. Material handling equipment including 2014 Crown RC5545-40, 4,000 lb. electric reach truck, 2013 Raymond OPT30TT, 3,000 lb. order picker, 2015 Skyjack SJIII 4632 electric scissor lift. Plant support equipment and more.
Asset appraisal, disposition and liquidation specialist Tiger provides services to businesses across the retail, wholesale and manufacturing industries. The firm appraises in excess of $30 billion of assets and sells more than $1 billion of machinery, equipment and other assets each year.
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