Maynards is selling a high speed press line, National cold formers/bolt makers, centerless grinders, heat treat equipment, automatic screw machines, tool room and other metalworking and plant support equipment formerly operated by Briggs & Stratton in a 2 day auction on December 5th & 6th. The assets come to the market due to plant closure. Wisconsin-based Briggs & Stratton produces engines for outdoor power equipment. The firm manufactures standby generator, lithium-ion battery, energy storage system, turf care, lawn and garden and job site products sold under a number of brand names in over 100 countries.
Day 1 of the 2-day auction is a webcast sale. Taking place on the 5th of December, the auction features: (8) National cold formers and bolt makers; Cincinnati #340-20 centerless grinders; Cincinnati thru-feed grinders; Van Norman #2C centerless grinders; Acme-Gridley automatic screw machines; LeBlond 15” x 30” tool room lathe; Bridgeport vertical milling machine; Dake hydraulic shop press; Williams #5600 endothermic gas generator; Lindberg heat treat furnaces; tempering furnace and much more. Day 2 of the auction is an online sale closing on the 6th of December and featuring: Vidmar multi-drawer storage cabinets; MRO Items; Leco #CM-15 cut-off saw; hardness testers; Harshaw-Filtrol humidity test chamber and much more. The assets are located in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin and can be inspected on the 4th of December or by appointment.
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.