Date: 27/02/2018     Park Village Auctioneers     Auction News

Corrugated And Chipboard Packaging Manufacturing Assets On The Block

Corrugated And Chipboard Packaging Manufacturing Assets On The Block
Assets stemming established corrugated cardboard and chipboard packaging material manufacturing concern will go under PVA’s hammer on the 8th of March.
PVA will soon bring corrugated cardboard and chipboard packaging material manufacturing equipment to market.

On the 8th of March, Park Village Auctions will bring to market assets stemming from “active packaging”, an established corrugated cardboard and chipboard packaging material manufacturing concern.

Manufacturing equipment to be auctioned comprises a Curioni Lodi 1 colour printer slotter, a Golden Leopard printer slotter, a filler slotter, a beam slotter, industrial band saws, roller press die cutting machines, strapping machines (including an auto-strapper), a stitching machine, a Cresor corner machine, an MPM semi-auto gluing machine, a Melton Hot Melt glue system with two hoses and two steel tables, industrial extractor fans, pallet jacks, steel work tables, steel multi-tier industrial shelving, double-door steel cabinets, and a Jinlong 50 kVA diesel generator.

Additional items to be sold include office desks and chairs, four-drawer filing cabinets, a bar fridge, a computer, and a CCTV camera system.

At present, Active Packaging’s assets are located on portion 390 of the farm “Hekpoort” 504 JQ on the R560 Hekpoort Road in Mogale City which is where the auction is set to take place at 10:30am.

Those who wish to view the equipment may do so on-site the day prior from 10am to 3pm.

Commenting on the upcoming auction, PVA’s LeRoy Augustyn says, “We foresee the auction attracting a host of packaging and printing specialists. Corrugated cardboard and chipboard are versatile packaging materials which can be used in a broad number of applications. Chipboard specifically is a popular packing choice for electronics, medicine, cosmetics, food and beverages.”

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