Holland Industrial Group is selling Textile Manufacturing Equipment no longer required by Duvaltex.
Duvaltex designs, develops and manufactures textiles for use in the commercial, hospitality, institutional and healthcare markets. The contract manufacturer is comprised of four brands – True, Teknit, Victor and Guilford of Maine.
The webcast auction will be held on the 18th of May. Equipment featured in the sale includes: Omni line featuring Hergeth Hollingsworth mdl: Kfr-4000; Dell-Orco Villani 40″ wide picker; Stummer Construction oiler unit with Stummer Construction 250 gal. tank; Gualchierani mdl: Dsg-20 Approx. 20-ton hydraulic baling press and Hergeth Hollingsworth 60′ Long X 10′ wide, mixing bins, Lummus mdl: 17-61 approx. 60-ton dual-chamber downstroke bailing press; 1996 Schlafhorst autoconer; (2) Gaudino Fb Gaudino ring spinning frames; (3) Intra Imgi Intra inspection and grading frames; 1995 Vega Elm Vega drawing-in machine; (30+) Dornier Dobby Rapier and Jacquard air jet looms; (8) Staubli jumbo wide and double jacquard head looms; Fast Tran cool dry ovens; James Hunter 2-meter-wide multi-pass steam fired dryer; (5) Thies pressure vessels; (6) Morton dye machines; Parks and Woolson fabric shear; James Hunter fabric carbonizer line; David Gessner fabric raising nappers and much more.
The assets are located in Elliotsville Township, Guilford and Newport, Maine and Saint-Georges and Saint-Victor, Quebec and can be inspected on the 16th and 17th of May.
Operating across North America, Holland Industrial Group values, buys and liquidates light and heavy industrial surplus assets. The firm works with corporations, banks, restructuring and workout groups.
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