Maynards is selling assets – including machining centers, grinders, turning centers and inspection equipment – from a CNC equipment and machining facility formerly operated by Genesis Motion Solutions. Beginning as a Canadian research and development operation, Genesis Motion Solutions went on to enter a strategic venture with Koch Industries in 2018, specialising in developing technologies to enhance robotic and machine motion. The webcast auction will take place on the 19th and 20th of March.​

Lots featured in the two day sale include: 2018 Liebherr LGG 400 M gear grinding machine, 2022 CDMC gear deburring machine, 2021 Studer S33 CNC universal cylindrical grinder, 2019 Hermle C 22 U 5-axis CNC vertical machining center, 2020 GF AgieCharmilles Mikron HEM 800 3-axis CNC vertical machining center, 2019 Tormach 1100M CNC milling machine, 2019 Nakamura-Tome WT-300 two-turret two-spindle CNC turning center, 2022 IPG Photonics LaserCube 4’ x 4’ Flatbed 450 W fiber laser cutting machine, 2014 AgieCharmilles CUT 2000 S wire EDM, 2019 Gleason 175GMS gear measuring machine, 2021 Keyence IM-Series image dimension measurement system and much, much more. The assets are located in St. Langley, BC, Canada and can be viewed on the 18th of March 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.