Aaron Equipment’s Latest Tank Buyout Providing Means for Wineries to Put a Cork in Their Spending

Wine Tank Liquidation Allows U.S. and Canadian Wine Makers to Earmark More Dollars for Growth

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An example of a 15,000 Gallon Tank Available in the Liquidation.

With more wine tanks at their disposal, wineries can produce more wine, thereby upping their profits even more, and they can get their hands on the tanks at a fraction of what these vessels would cost new.

Bensenville, IL (PRWEB) January 15, 2014

Aaron Equipment Company, a leading provider of new and used process equipment, is liquidating the storage tanks of a Canadian winery. The 68 food grade stainless steel tanks the company secured as part of this buyout now afford growing wineries in the United States and Canada a unique opportunity to score a great deal on quality pre-owned wine tanks. The resulting savings can then be put toward expanding their wine business in the New Year.

According to the Wine Institute’s statistics, between 2000 and 2013 the number of bonded wineries in the United States increased from 2,188 to 7,498. That figure represents a 243% growth rate. But the USA isn’t the only country where wine growing, bottling and selling is exploding. Indeed, WineStats.info estimates that wine grape acreage in Canada has “been increasing steadily over the past twenty years,” rising from 4,555 hectares in 1993 to 11,139 hectares in 2011, or 144.5% over the two-decade timeframe.

With wine industry revenues skyrocketing right alongside this growth, the profit potential is certainly there for new wineries making their way onto the playing field. The competition, however, is also becoming stiffer as more and more wineries enter the market.

“Our latest buyout offers bottom line–conscious wine makers a rare opportunity to drive down their costs in the New Year,” explains Aaron Equipment’s spokesperson, Michael Cohen. “With more wine tanks at their disposal, wineries can produce more wine, thereby upping their profits even more, and they can get their hands on the tanks at a fraction of what these vessels would cost new. What’s more, because these wine tanks are located in Montreal, they can be shipped anywhere in the U.S. or Canada.”

The buyout of which Cohen speaks stems from the liquidation of 68 stainless steel wine tanks manufactured by Douglas Brothers and De Laval. Ranging in capacity from 2,500 to 16,000 gallons, these food grade vertical tanks will fit in seamlessly with the operation of all sizes of wineries, no matter how big or small their current output happens to be. Mounted on carbon steel frames with supports and legs, 29 of these tanks also have stainless steel dimple jackets on a section of their side wall.

Winery owners who would like to decrease their spending and increase their profits in 2014 can learn more about Aaron Equipment’s latest liquidation of 304 stainless steel wine tanks online at http://www.aaronequipment.com/. For more information on the food grade tanks included in the buyout, contact Michael Cohen at (630) 350-2200.
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