Former Nelson Bakery Plant to be Sold by Auction

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A former Nelson Bakery Plant is to be sold by Auction on May 16 2007, at the factory premises of the former Halls Bakery Site in Nelson, Lacashire UK. The sale will consist of plant and machinery used at the bakery operation that was producing for food service, local supermarket groups and a chain of bakers shops.

Pro Auction will conduct an auction sale of the entire craft bakery at the former Halls Bakery factory in Nelson Lancashire.

Over 250 lots will go under the auctioneers hammer, which will appeal to a wide range of craft and plant bakeries alike.

The sale will include bread plant, dividers, mixers, moulders and depositors along with a complete savoury pie making line designed by Crypto Peerless. In addition to the equipment, the auctioneers will also offer Tom Chandley Ovens, Koma retarder proovers and an Ulma Florida flow wrapper.

According to market research group Plimsoll, smaller bakery companies are increasing sales at three times the rate of larger competitors, delivering profitability that is four times as high and showing five times the rate of return on investments when compared to large companies operating in the bakery sector. Given the amount of used food machinery available from this bakery sale Pro Auction are expecting a good attendance by the up and coming smaller bakery companies.

In addition to the bespoke bakery equipment, a number of lots will appeal to the food manufacturing industry generally and will include items such as stainless steel tables, sinks, insectocutor, refrigeration equipment and general factory items.

Lots that of particular interest to the smaller bakers which are manufactured by leading equipment suppliers throughout Europe include a complete sandwich make up line and a number of fantastic deck ovens.


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