Glass firm’s gear auctioned from 19 to 23 April

An auction is set to be held for the equipment belonging to a bust Wigan company.   Family firm HW Glass went into administration last month with more than 50 staff losing their jobs.

Glass processing machinery along with cutting, washing and other industrial equipment from the Martland Park based factory is due to be auctioned off.Iain Gash, manager of Winterhill Largo, the insolvency group running the auction, said: “HW’s collapse was sad news for the company’s workforce and for Wigan itself.“It is essential now that we achieve the best value for the company’s assets so that creditors can be paid, as fully as possible, what they are owed.”The auction will take place from 19 to 23 April.Viewings on the 18th can be arranged by contacting 01254 763183.

Information on the machinery included is available at www.winterhilllargo.com,interested parties can register at www.bidspotter.co.uk.

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