Featuring HP Digital Press, Inserter, Mailing Machines, Tabber, Offset Press, More!
Sale Specific InformationBy Order of The United States Bankruptcy Court
- Sale Type: Online Only Auction, Online Only Auction, and Online Only Auction
- Sale Day: Bidding Starts Closing at 1:00 PM
- Buyers Premium: 13% Online
- Bidding Open: Tuesday, February 8th
- Inspection: Tueday, February 17th, 9 AM - 3 PM
- Removal: Thurday, February 19th - Wednesday, February 25th, 9 AM - 3 PM
- Sales Tax: None
- Terms of Sale: Click to Open
Hewlett Packard 4 Color Model Indigo 3000 Digital Press, s/n 22000692 with Hamada Model HPFU
Buskro Model BK-530 Tabber, s/n 5300299307
Cheshire Model 7000 Mailing Machine with Marconi Model 987000-80 Video Jet Base, s/n 011980001WD, Research Model 4540 Speed-Dri Drying System, Marconi Model 985680-62 Belt Conveyor, s/n 011640001MT
Secap Model DP500 Mailing Machine
Inscerco 6 Pocket Model 98-6 Inserter, s/n 8-81582-6
Challenge 30.5” Size 305 Model MPX Programmable Paper Cutter, s/n 13866, extra blades
Baum 20”x26” Series 420B Pile Folder, s/n VB3-107, with 20”x20” Series 420B Model 3RA Right Angle
Baum Model 714XE Ultrafold Folder
AB Dick Model 375 QPC SINGLE COLOR OFFSET Press, s/n 02437
Challenge Model JF Paper Drill, s/n 63917
Interlake Model S3A-3/4 Wire Stitcher, s/n 5011
Bookbinder Model Bindfast 5 Binder, s/n 014073
Signode Model LB2000 Plastic Strapping Machine, s/n LB1811
Strapack Model AQ7 Plastic Strapping Machine, s/n A1214
Lytron Model RC Recirculating Chiller
SEALER / SHRINK TUNNEL
Plastic Sealer with Heat Shrink Tunnel
Challenge Paddy Wagon Cart
Large quantity of Zebra Stripe printers
american Microsystems Microscanners
Itek 430 camera processor
HP scanjet 7400C scanner
COPIERS • PRINTERS
Kyocera KM-6030 copier
Toshiba Studio 45 network printer/copier
HP color laserjet 4500N printer
HP laserjet 5Si-mx printer
Paymaster check printer • Brother 2800 fax • GBC 5000 binder • conference table with chairs • desks • book cases • etc.
How Do I Register for an Auction?
If you are planning on bidding onsite, please arrive at least 30 minutes before the start of the auction to register. Registration takes place at the registration table or the auction office.
A valid ID, business card and a suitable deposit will speed up your registration. After registering you will receive a numbered bidder paddle, and an auction lot catalog detailing the items being offered for sale.
If you are planning on bidding online, to guarantee being approved to bid, you should register at least 24 hours before the auction. We recommend registering much earlier!
If you have never bid online before, you need to first sign up for an account (First Time Registration).
Once you have an account setup and approved, you can then register to bid at an individual auction.
Once you have registered for the auction, our staff will be notified. We will then approve you for the auction or contact you for additional requirements. Once you have met these requirements, you will receive an email stating that you have been approved for the auction.
What time does the auction start?
Most of our onsite auctions start at 10:00 am or 11:00 am, local time, but this can vary, please check the event details on the auction page.
Our online sales usually are active for five days or more, with all bidding ending on the date posted. The individual lot closing times are staggered, all of the lots do not close at the same time.