Glenshaw Glass Equipment to be Sold at Auction October 10

Glass bottle production and packaging equipment surplus to the needs of Glenshaw Glass in Pittsburgh, PA (USA) will be sold at public auction by Harry Davis & Company on Tuesday, October 10.

Glass production equipment to be sold includes Maul Technologies IS Glass Forming Machines, Furnace Components, (4) Pennekamp & Bowman Lehrs, 1998 Imetec Model 9000 Stacker, Inex and Powers Inspection Equipment, Coders, Packers, Conveyors and Accumulation Tables.

Packaging equipment includes (5) Palletizers and Depalletizers, Case Erectors, U-Partition and 6-Pack Machines, Trine & Shorewood Labelers, Case Packers, Sealers, Paint Line with Robot Sprayer and More. An excellent selection of general plant equipment, including (6) Air Compressors, (23) Forklifts, a complete Machine Shop and many spare parts will also be sold at auction.

Full details are available at or by calling 412-765-1170 or 800-775-2289 (US or Canada) Online bidding will be available, see our web site for details!

600450 Glenshaw Glass Equipment to be Sold at Auction October 10
Date: 21 September 2006
Source: Harry Davis and Company Auctioneers

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