Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers was first established in 1961, growing from a one-person operation to a national corporation Serving clients across North America. The firm provides equipment sales, appraisal and auction services to Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, lending institutions and government agencies. Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers conducts around 60 auctions every year across a range of industry sectors.
Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers is selling support equipment from a 750,000 square foot facility operated by a fluorescent bulb manufacturer. Day one of the two day auction includes air compressors, blowers, robots, shop and support equipment and a multi-million dollar MRO supply parts inventory.
Bidding in lots in the online auction will close on the 21st of July. The assets can be inspected the day before the auction only, and are located in Salina, Kansas. Items featured in the auction include: Motoman robots with controls and pedestals; Ferguson intermitter index machines; 2010 automated palletizing and wrapping line with robot, wrappers and conveyor; Phillips Minter VP-100 high speed stamping press with feed line; bulb shredding line with Eriez / bunting units, dumper, crush and dust collection; Ingersoll Rand air compressors to 1,000 HP and 500 HP; Nordson Problue and Durablue glue systems; 640 ton Marley fiberglass cooling tower system; Ingersoll Rand desiccant air dryers; Cold-Jet micro-clean blast systems; rotary arm and pallet stretch wrappers by Wulftec and more. Day two of the auction will be held via webcast on the 4th of August.