In this month's packed edition of the Industrial Bulletin by Bidderlists you’ll find a plethora of the latest news, trends and ideas from the used industrial machinery auction world. Is it any wonder that you can't put it down?
IoT is Leading to a Boom in the Used Semicon Equipment Market
The steady advancement of the internet of things is leading to an increasing demand for quality used semiconductor equipment particularly in Asia. Initially Electronic components makers are more likely to lease expensive equipment to bring down costs but once that machine's lease expires and it is put on the secondhand market, it is immediately procured by the very same manufacturers. - Read More
Hilco Industrial to Auction State-of-the-Art Solar Manufacturing Equipment
The reorganization of the former Schletter facility in Kirchdorf, Germany will provide the opportunity to purchase high quality, brand name equipment used for the manufacture of innovative light metal products in solar mounting systems at a good price. The sale is to include Laser-cutting Machines, High Precision Bending Machines and Machining Centers amongs many others. - Read More
Reich Brothers to Auction Assets of Former Butternut facility
As part of the liquidation of property formerly owned and operated by Hostess Brands in the US the former Butternut bakery facility in Peoria, Illinois is to be put up for auction by Reich Bros., a New-York based industrial liquidation company, who acquired the venture in 2012. "We look forward to helping usher in new industrial tenants that will create jobs and stimulate the economies of each of these geographical areas." said Adam Reich, co-CEO of Reich Brothers. Read More
Troostwijk Staging Auction of Former Pepsi Bottling Line
Due to the closure of the former Pepsi-Cola plant in Zagreb, Croatia the Dutch auctioneers Troostwijk Veilingen have organized an online auction of state-of-the-art bottling technologies from famous manufacturers such as Krones, Enzinger, Krupp and Signode. The machinery will include a monoblock PET bottle line, various blow moulding machines, Labelling machines for both glass and plastic bottles, 2 packaging machine with foil shrinking tunnel and much, much more. Read More
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Not to be Missed - Online Auction of Former Pepsi Cola Bottling Lines in Zagreb, Croatia
This Sale will Include some Outstanding Machinery Famous Manufacturers such as KRONES, ENZINGER, KRUPP, PROCOMAC, SIGNODE Plus Many More.
New Tech is Revolutionising US Construction Sites
“More and more companies are beginning to appreciate the value of robots at the job site,” said Al Cervero, Vice President of the Association of Equipment Managers. The fixed sites of construction projects have always made for easier automation, but remote-control drones and wearable technology are also increasingly finding their way onto site. “These types of machines are being produced and sold by almost every manufacturer,” Cervero Said. Read More
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Global Auction Tracker
March sees an increase of over 20% in the number of auctions globally over February's total of 415 to 558. Assets in the metalworking category continue to form the bulk of sales within the global auction market with 135 auctions. Construction follows in second place with 118 which is a big increase over last month’s 63 sales.
Manufacturing Equipment Market 33% Jump
Buyer interest in used manufacturing equipment jumped by nearly 33% in February following on from positive figures posted in January. Semiconductor and printing sectors also saw a large increase in buyer interest last month. Read More
Big Boom in Asian Listings
Listings remain stable in Europe from January to February. There is a small increase in listings in France, Russia and Turkey and a small decline from Spain and Poland. Asia however shows a big increase of 60%. Visit Exapro
What are the Key Trends in the Agricultural Sector for 2017?
As farmers look toward 2017 they're facing pressures not seen since the mid-1980s. With energy prices down substantially and fertilizer down too, the input side has decreased but not as fast as commodity prices. Land prices and rents. With little money to buy new equipment, farmers are finding better uses for their existing machinery and will look to replace parts rather than an entire machine. These factors amongst others are shaping some key trends for 2017. Read More
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