PVA Announces Large Warehouse Sale
A large variety of equipment, office and household furniture will be the focus of PVA’s upcoming auction which will see stock from several insolvent estates and liquidations go under the hammer. That’s the news from Elaine Hague who says that the auction represents an excellent opportunity for manufacturers, retailers, and homeowners to acquire quality goods.
First on the block will be contents from a kitchen manufacturing concern. Assets include a Fravol RX 10 edge bander, a Selco EB70L beam saw, a Biesse Rover B2.30 CNC Router, a Vitrap drilling machine, a Lazzari Juno 3800i sliding table saw, a pallet sticker, drill presses, welders, and a collection of power tools.
Cosmetic manufacturing equipment and packaging material comprise, among others, stainless steel blending tanks, mixers, prep tables, industrial shelving, and a fluid heating element.
A sizeable assortment of refrigeration units will be auctioned as well. Notable assets under this banner include brand new sliding glass door freezers, double-door upright freezers and coolers, and curved glass display fridges.
Office furniture to be sold comprises a large assortment of office desks, workstations, stationery cupboards, filing cabinets, bookshelves, boardroom suites, conference tables, executive chairs, glass display cabinets and a variety of display stands.
New household furniture, goods, and appliances such as lounge suits, dining suits, base sets, plasma TV units, rugs, tub chairs, ottomans, refrigerators, microwaves, and televisions will also go under the hammer.
The auction will commence at 10:30 am on Wednesday the 12th of April at PVA’s warehouse at 14 Prolecon Road in Prolecon, Johannesburg. Goods will be available for viewing on-site the day before from 9 am to 4 pm.
Notes Hague: “Our warehouse auctions have earned a solid reputation for making quality assets available at, often, bargain prices. This auction promises to offer even more value for money as a large portion of the goods on offer are brand new. We anticipate some fierce bidding on the day.”