Complete Auto Windscreen Manufacturing Plant Capacity 250,000 units per annum

Date: 3 March 2011
By Order of M Cowlishaw and C Farrington of Deloitte, Joint Liquidators ofFor Sale(Subject to Conditions of Sale)Complete Auto Windscreen Manufacturing Plant Capacity 250,000 units per annum(Offered by Online Auction unless sold previously by Private Treaty)Assets to include:Tamglass ESU Ecomex glass tempering and bending furnace (1997); Tamglass manual windscreen interlay station (1997); Vahasilta OY autoclave; Dicoma SL automatic windscreen film wrapping machine; Automatic glass cutting line comprising Tamglass pick and place robot, Swisslog Cimcorp PR49800 cutting table, flame break-out unit, CNC twin head vertical grinding station, Triulzi glass processing washer/ dryer, conveyoring, 75-piece central stacker unit, turntable unit and chalk dusting unit;AlsoCompressors, Caterpillar electric fork lift truck, pallet trucks, woodworking equipment, welding equipmentAndStock of unprocessed glass, WIP and finished products (Cost value c. £700k).

On View: Monday 28th March and Tuesday 29th March 2011 from 10am to 4pm or by appointment

At: Auto Windscreens Limited, Turnoaks Industrial Estate, Burley Close, Chesterfield, S40 2UB

Bidding Opens: Monday 28th March 2011 at 10am

Bidding Closes: Wednesday 30th March 2011 from 11am

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600450 Complete Auto Windscreen Manufacturing Plant Capacity 250,000 units per annum

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