New Mill Capital, in conjunction with Gordon Brothers, is selling a 350,000 square foot frozen bakery plant operated by J. Skinner.
J. Skinner is a family-owned bakery producing Danish strips, Danish rings, sweet rolls, gourmet cinnamon rolls and seasonal products. In September J. Skinner announced the closure of their bakery facility in Paris, Texas. The decision was made following a strategic review of the economic and competitive environment, including the sourcing of raw materials. The bakery operations will be consolidated in the firm’s facility in Nebraska.
The online auction will open on the 22nd of February and bidding on lots will close on the 1st of March. The assets can be inspected by appointment with the auctioneer only and features frozen and fresh bakery product production and packaging equipment including: sigma and spiral mixers, dry and liquid bulk receiving departments, multiple sheeting and make up lines, packaging lines, cream department, tanks, pumps, liquifiers, proofing, spiral and ambient freezers, boilers, ammonia screw refrigeration systems, air systems, warehouse and pallet racking, maintenance equipment, large stores department and more.
Asset disposition specialist New Mill Capital has expertise in buying and selling surplus manufacturing equipment and real estate across a broad range of industries, including processing, packaging, food and beverage and general manufacturing. The firm also holds more than 15 million square feet of idle turnkey manufacturing plant across the United States.
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