Global auctioneering firm Maynards was first established in Vancouver in 1902. Maynards has global reach through their offices in the United States, Canada, Germany, England, Japan and China and provides liquidation and valuation services to a broad range of industry sectors.
In early 2022 Maynards will sell surplus assets from a CNC machining, turning and grinding facility operated by AAM Driveline. The assets come to the market following the closure of the site located in Litchfield, Michigan. Automotive supplier AAM Driveline designs and manufactures vehicle systems and technologies. The company operates almost 80 facilities across 17 countries.
The webcast auction is scheduled to take place on the 13th of January. The assets can be viewed on the day before the auction or by appointment. Equipment featured in the sale includes: Micron #MPC-600 III CNC angle head centerless grinders; Okuma LB45II-M CNC lathe with live tooling; Hyundai Kia SKT 21 CNC turning centers; Murata MW200 twin spindle CNC lathes; Okuma Impact LU25 CNC turning center; Mori Seiki 730 SLE CNC lathe; Cincinnati #340-20 centerless grinders; Mori Seiki CL25A CNC lathe; Accu-Cut #2SMC-1 dual spindle hones; Sprimag Atomizer spray guns & broad jet spray guns; Cordax 1808 CMM; Giddings & Lewis RS-50 CMM; J&L Epic 30 optical comparator; Brown & Sharpe Master View IV optical comparator; Bridgeport vertical milling machines; Acer vertical milling machine; Clausing Colchester engine lathes; Klutch sheet metal bender; Denison hydraulic presses; projection welders and much, much more.