Federal Equipment Company is selling pharmaceutical manufacturing, laboratory and support equipment formerly operated by Janssen Pharmaceuticals. The sale takes place in conjunction with New Mill Capital and Heritage Global Partners.
Janssen Pharmaceuticals is owned by Johnson & Johnson. The company researches and develops medicines for application in the fields of immunology, diseases and vaccines, pulmonary hypertension, oncology, neuroscience and cardiovascular and metabolism.
The online auction will take place between the 29th and 30th of November. Equipment available in the auction includes: transdermal manufacturing lines, Glatt fluid beds, Vector hi-coaters, stainless steel tanks, Alza laser systems, Lumonics laser systems, bioreactors, Korsch tablet press, ovens, mixing vessels, dedusters, Agilent gas chromatographs, Agilent HPLCs, Waters HPLC systems, Waters Acquity UPLC systems, Agilent Cary 60 UV-Vis system, Bruker multi-purpose analyzers, Thermo Nicolet iS10, balances, microscopes, biosafety cabinets, freezers, centrifuges, machine shop, electric pallet jacks, MRO, forklifts and much more. The equipment is located in Vacaville, California and can be inspected by appointment with the auctioneer only.
Based in Cleveland, Ohio, Federal Equipment Company specialises in industrial equipment auction, liquidation and investment recovery programs. The firm buys and sells equipment used across a wide range of sectors – including equipment for the chemical, pharmaceutical, packaging, food, rubber and plastics industries – and stocks equipment across 275 distinct categories.
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