Thursday, August 21, 2014

Pinnacle Foods / Wishbone Salad Dressing Liquidation (previously Unilever's Missouri Salad Dressing Facility)


Purchase Now!! Incredible Opportunity to Purchase Complete Packaging Lines & Systems Prior to Shut Down & Plan your 2015 Budget!

5 High Speed Plastic Salad Dressing Lines as new as 2013 - KHS Kisters and Kayat Secondary Packaging Equipment as new as 2009! (45) Mueller, Walker and DCI Highly Agitated Tanks as new as 2010!!

Line Speeds:
  • Line 1: 16 oz in 6 or 12 Pack Cases @ 280 BPM
  • Line 2: Food Service Gal and Liter in 2 or 4 Pack Cases @ 30 BPM
  • Line 3: 16 oz in 6 or 12 Pack Cases @ 250 BPM
  • Line 4: 8 & 24 oz in 6 or 12 Pack Cases @ 250 BPM
  • Line 5: 36 oz in 12 or 48 Pack Cases @ 200 BPM

Processing & Packaging Equipment from the following OEMs:
  • KHS Kayat
  • KHS Kisters
  • DCI
  • Krones
  • Hartness
  • APV
  • Elliott
  • Bevco
  • Bailey
  • Pace
  • Fanuc
  • Lee
  • Alvey
  • Capem
  • Consolidated
  • Langguth
  • Lepal
  • Tri-Clover
  • Horix
  • Elmar
  • Breddo
  • Mueller
  • Nalbach
  • Markem
  • Mettler Toledo
  • Micromotion
  • Union Klo-Flo
  • Walker
  • Wexxar
  • Wilden
  • SPX Waukesha
  • Fristam
  • Videojet
  • Vision System
  • Pneumatic Scale
  • Domino



Thursday, August 7, 2014

Nature's Fresh Grocery Store Webcast Auction - Auction begins onsite & online 8/13

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