Heritage Global Partners is selling equipment used in the production of solar cells, formerly operated by Suniva.
Suniva was founded in 2008, emerging from The University Center for Excellence in Photovoltaics at Georgia Tech. The firm has developed and licensed over 150 patents in the field of solar cell development, and is a leader in solar cell technology in the United States.
The online auction opens on the 29th of March and bidding closes on the 30th of March. Equipment available includes: Asys ULTRAline dual lane; (2) Jonas and Redmann WHQ 3600 stack splitters; (5) Centrotherm Plasma 3000-410-4(4) PECVD; (6) GP/ISRA Cell-Q FS 30M; (2) Centrotherm AP 3000-5(4); (3) Meyer Burger MAiA 3400 PECVD-R; (7) Jonas and Redmann PECVD-R Auto; Wuxi Graphite boat cleaning machine; (4) InnoLas ILS-TT; (3) Wuxi AMT PECVD-F; (3) Rena BatchTex N200 2800; Evoqua waste water treatment; additional facility support equipment and more.
The assets are located in Norcross, Georgia and may be inspected by appointment with the auctioneer only.
Heritage Global Partners is a California-based auctioneering firm offering a full range of services, from single asset sales through to turnkey facilities and complete factories. Heritage Global Partners has a global presence, operating in 30 countries worldwide. Conducting 150-200 auctions every year, the firm works with clients in over 25 sectors including the pharmaceutical, food and beverage, aerospace and biotech industries.
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