Tyler Maas states, “Reklaim had forward thinking during construction; the property is extremely adaptable to a modified industry.”
(PRWEB) August 30, 2017
A $25,000,000 pilot/manufacturing plant and supporting equipment will be sold at auction later this summer. Located in Boardman, Oregon, the assets are surplus to an on-going alternative energy provider. Maas Companies Inc, an auction company specializing in selling real estate, industrial plants, equipment and special assets is handling the sale. The auction is Wednesday, September 20 at 10 am. The auction will be held on-site at 71722 Columbia Boulevard, Boardman, Oregon.
Potential buyers are encouraged to inspect the property by private appointment or during the scheduled inspections on Wednesday, August 30th (10am-5pm) and Tuesday, September 9th (10am-5pm).
The 20,000 sq. ft. pilot/manufacturing building sits on 8 acres with a long-term lease with the Port of Morrow. Bidders can purchase the building to be moved or to remain in place with a lease modification. Originally built in 2008, with extensive upgrades in 2011 and 2014; buyers will have the opportunity to purchase equipment assets by bulk product line or piecemeal. Buyers may attend the auction in person or bid remotely.
Boardman offers all the benefits of large metro centers without the challenges industry can face in more populated areas. The benefits of this area include clean water, extremely economical power, easy transportation, local intermodal connection (rail and barge), advanced communications, modern docks, 50,000 gallons of bulk oil storage and lots of room for expansion. The property itself offers easy truck access, a full control room & SCADA system with electrical, oil and natural gas infrastructure.
Tyler Maas, director of sales and marketing for Maas Companies, states, “This auction offers a great opportunity for a new owner in the renewable fuel market, venture capital groups looking for a test facility, or specialty market manufacturers. Reklaim had forward thinking during construction; the property is extremely adaptable to a modified industry.”
Details of the sale are available on the Maas Companies website at http://www.maascompanies.com or by calling (507) 285-1444.