This primary and secondary packaging equipment auction is a great opportunity for manufacturers to get their 2012 budgets off on the right foot by picking up good machinery for well below market value.
Bensenville, IL (PRWEB) January 19, 2012
Manufacturers who are looking for a good deal on quality-condition packaging equipment should mark their new 2012 calendars for January 24. At 9:00 a.m. CST on that day, the Aaron Industrial Marketplace (AIM) will begin auctioning off several lots of primary and secondary packaging equipment. The lots being sold span the food, pharmaceutical, cosmetics and chemical industries. Bidding will extend through January 26 at 4:00 p.m. CST and will be conducted on the AIM online auction platform (http://www.AaronIndustrialMarketplace.com).
The items up for bid will run the gamut of primary and secondary packaging machinery. Some of the highlights include bag sealers, bottle washers, cappers, case erectors, feeders, fillers, labelers, palletizers, tray sealers, wrappers and shrink equipment. Among the brand names bidders will recognize are Crown, Bemis, Fischbein, Doboy, Standard Metal Products, Jones, CAM, Anderson Machine, Superior, Wexxar, Circle, 3M, Ross, Krones, Polypak and Scandia, just to name a few.
Interested bidders who would like to inspect the equipment before committing to their top price are encouraged to arrange an appointment to do so. All of the machinery is presently being stored in a single location for convenient viewing and is available for onsite inspection.
“We want bidders to take part in this AIM auction knowing exactly what they’ll be walking away from it with,” explains Aaron Industrial Marketplace spokesperson Pat Quinn. “Unlike most auction platform providers, we have the in-house expertise to arm bidders with the accurate and detailed information they need to make informed buying decisions and to determine their price point.”
Quinn goes on to point out, “This primary and secondary packaging equipment auction is a great opportunity for manufacturers to get their 2012 budgets off on the right foot by picking up good machinery for well below market value. Most of the equipment on the bidding block is in very good condition, with a select few items needing only minor reconditioning to bring them up to next-to-new quality.”
Pharmaceutical, chemical, food and cosmetics manufacturers who would like to learn more about the primary and secondary packaging equipment AIM has up for bid can do so online at http://www.AaronIndustrialMarketplace.com. For more information on how to arrange an onsite inspection of the machinery prior to auction close, contact Pat Quinn at (630) 238-7531.