Silicon Valley Disposition is auctioning equipment from BCS Automotive Interface Solutions.
Automotive parts manufacturer BCS Automotive Interface Solutions supplies parts for vehicle interiors, including HVAC controls, complex switches, sensors, access systems and integrated electronic control panels. The firm operates manufacturing and sales and engineering facilities in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.
The online auction opens on the 22nd of February and bidding closes on the 24th of February. The assets are located in Galesville, Wisconsin. Over 1000 lots feature in the sale including injection molding machines by Cincinnati Milacron, Arburg, Demag, Nissei, Haitian and Toshiba (new as 2016); KUKA robots (new as 2013); Wittman robots and pickers (new as 2016); Wittman DryMax E1200 central dryer system with 18 hoppers; grinders by Autogrind, Conair, Nelmor and Wittmann; dryers by Dri-Air, Matsui and Novatec; NitroJection systems; Tampo Print Hermetic 130 and 60 pad printers (new 2020 and 2021); B&S and Hexagon 7.10.7 CMM (new as 2015); maintenance, toolroom and facility support equipment and much more. Assets may be inspected by appointment with the auctioneer only.
Silicon Valley Disposition was founded in 2010. The firm specialises in asset disposition, ranging from entire plants to routine surplus assets. Silicon Valley Disposition works with a broad range of clients, including Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, financial advisory firms and bankruptcy courts, dealing in hundreds of asset classes across a diverse breadth of industry sectors.
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