Industrial Auction News 878

28th September 2020 – Auction of Leather Tanning and Processing Equipment

Founded in 1975 and incorporated 1985, Myron Bowling Auctioneers is one of the largest auctioneering firms in the United States holding around 80 auctions annually. The firm has expertise across a broad range of industry sectors including machine tools, CNC machining, metal fabrication and energy. In a webcast auction on the 28th of September Myron Bowling Auctioneers will sell equipment for the manufacture of leather goods formerly of Tasman Industries Inc.

Family-operated Tasman Industries was first founded in 1947 and has grown to be a major player in the supply of USA leather to the global market.Their leather is used in products including garments, footwear, military items, handbags and in items for the hospitality industry. Earlier this year Tasman Industries announced the closure of their facility in Hartland, Maine, impacting on 115 jobs. The decision was taken as a result of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on product demand.

Items featured in the sale, which can be inspected on the 24th of September, include: Roto-Press Super-Rotograin finishing machine; Koch & Fratelli/Carlessi toggle drying oven; Gemata & Cosmoted roto-coat machines; Tomboni 850-ton upending hydro plating/embossing presses; Verona & Woburn hide splitters; Cartigliano staker/leather softening machines; Cartigliano vacuum dryers; Hampton and other spray paint booth lines; Poletto dry mill tumbler; Unimatik color wheel tumblers; Cartigliano impregnators; Bergi, Aletti and Aulson buffing lines; Vorne measuring machine; Approximately 200 embossing plates; 2012 Cleaver Brooks, Ames and other boilers; Ingersoll-Rand and Atlas Copco air compressors; Lantech Q-Series stretch wrapper; dryers and chillers; dust collectors; toolroom equipment; forklifts; scissor lifts and more.

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