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Green Mountain Coffee Roasters North York Roasting & Packaging Facility Sold as a Going Concern

Loeb Winternitz in Partnership with TCL Asset Group Successfully Sells Assets from Keurig Green Mountain’s Ontario Plant to an Undisclosed Buyer

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Loeb Winternitz Industrial Auctioneers

Increasing the recovery value of installed assets while at the same time helping a new operator fulfill their dream; Everyone involved is happy with the results and that is always a great thing.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 03, 2014

Loeb Winternitz Industrial Auctioneers in partnership with TCL Asset Group is pleased to announce that the assets from Green Mountain Coffee Roaster’s North York, Ontario roasting and packaging facility has been sold as an ongoing concern. As a result, the auction planned for May 28th, will not take place. The new buyer of the facility will take up operations within the next few months and will resume production of their line of specialty coffees.

“It is always something special when you can save jobs,” stated Howard Newman, President of Loeb. “Increasing the recovery value of installed assets while at the same time helping a new operator fulfill their dream; Everyone involved is happy with the results and that is always a great thing.”

Working in partnership with TCL Asset Group, Loeb Winternitz was able to fully prepare the site for auction while simultaneously working with Green Mountain to negotiate the sale of the facility as a whole. They were also able to work with the landlord and Mountain View Coffee to help facilitate the discussions for a lease on the real estate.

About Loeb Winternitz & Loeb

Loeb Winternitz Industrial Auctioneers, a subsidiary of Loeb, is a full service auction division specializing in Webcast and Online Only auction asset disposition services. Combining 250 years of family business values between Loeb and Winternitz Auctions, our knowledge extends across many different industries in which we currently sell, appraise and finance machinery and equipment. For more information, please visit: http://www.loebwinternitz.com.

For five generations since 1880, Loeb has been a trusted provider of reliable equipment and related services that help manufacturers and financial institutions leverage their industrial assets by managing the equipment lifecycle. Headquartered in Chicago with a 150,000 square foot facility, Loeb provides: equipment sales, purchases, rentals, leasing & liquidations, certified market appraisals from Loeb Appraisal, auction services & asset disposition from Loeb Winternitz Industrial Auctioneers, and equipment financing from Loeb Term Solutions. Loeb and all of its divisions are experts in providing equipment solutions to the: food, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, chemical, metalworking, woodworking, plastics, and printing industries. For more information on Loeb or any of its business units, please visit: http://www.loebequipment.com.

About TCL

Since 1958, the TCL Asset Group Inc. has continued to outperform other auction and liquidation companies in the selling of machinery and equipment. The TCL Asset Group along with its three divisions, Trans-Canada Liquidations Ltd., Real Estate Auctions Ltd., and TCL Auctions Western Ltd., provide asset management support to private, public, and governmental agencies whether it be conducting a certified appraisal, remarketing, selling assets, or selling equipment or real estate by auction. For more information, visit: http://www.managingyourassets.com.


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