Federal Equipment Company is selling solid dose processing, packaging and laboratory equipment formerly operated by Viatris. The auction, the fourth in a series, features equipment from the firm’s site located in Morgantown, West Virginia. The auction takes place in conjunction with Heritage Global Partners and Surplus Solutions.
Global healthcare company Viatris was established in 2020 following the integration of Mylan and Upjohn. Their portfolio of products includes leading brand names, branded and complex generics, biosimilars and over the counter products. Viatris operates three global centers – in the United States, China and India – and 40 manufacturing facilities across the world.
The online auction will take place between the 28th and 29th of June. Equipment available in the auction includes: Presses by Fette, Manesty and Hata, Romaco index capsule filler, Fuji Paudaul LCI spheronizer suite, MG2 capsule filler, Ackley inspection machines, vector rotor inserts, Bossar sachet/pouch filler, Ackley feed hoppers, CEIA metal detectors, Precision Tool tablet dedusters, Nilfisk dust collectors, Mettler Toledo vibratory feeders and more. The assets may be previewed by appointment with the auctioneer only.
Federal Equipment Company was established in 1957. Based in Cleveland, Ohio, the firm specialises in industrial equipment auction, liquidation and investment recovery programs. Federal Equipment Company buys and sells equipment used across a wide range of process industries, including equipment used in the pharmaceutical, food, chemical, packaging, rubber and plastics sectors, and stocks equipment across 275 distinct categories.
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