Part of a pilot manufacturing scheme for small series and flexible design sports shoes installed in 2018 at Oechsler Motion, one of the sports lifestyle supplier’s independent production partners located in Germany and the US, the facilities have become surplus to requirements as it refocuses its strategy.
The liquidation sale of standalone machinery through online auction creates a unique opportunity to purchase very modern shoe and textile manufacturing equipment. This includes laser marking and cutting tables, industrial sewing machines, heel forming machines, shoe assembly cells and other general-purpose equipment for the textile and shoe industry from premium manufacturers such as Pfaff, Strobel, Eurolaser, Ring and Bielomatik.
“They undertook significant investments in these two pilot lines to manufacture custom-designed sports shoes. After the try-out and testing phase of less than two years, small scale shoe and textile manufacturers can now take advantage of this closure and buy the latest model and well-maintained used equipment at our auction sale,” said Daniel Kroeger, Managing Director of Maynards Europe.
A summary list of the lots on offer may be found below, with full details on the website.
The two online auction sales will be closing on the 10th and 11th June.
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With more than a century’s experience in providing liquidating, appraising and financing expertise for its customers, Maynards operates in a number of sectors. As the largest automotive facility machine equipment auctioneer and liquidator in the world, in recent years it has liquidated more than 7 million sqm of automotive factories globally, chiefly for GM and Ford, and in 2016 undertook the sale of the complete Holden facilities in Australia.
The company is also a major operator in the field of Used Machinery Equipment, managing projects worth hundreds of millions of euros via a global office network. A 2011 joint venture saw Maynards manage the sale of the contents of Europe’s largest shipyard, while in 2018 it dispersed the contents of the 40,000 sqm Nestlé facility in Mainz, Germany.
Cutting, welding, sewing and heel forming and other equipment from leading suppliers as new as 2018:
- Single Thread Overseaming Machine STROBEL K 141 – 23
- Hot-Air Taping Machine PFAFF 8330 – 243/001
- Cylinderbed Zig-Zag Machine GLOBAL CBZ 532 H
- Laser-Cutter-Machine EURO LASER LCS S3 L-1200
- Laser-Cutter-Machine SEI NRG Laser 1612 150
- Pick & Place Cell BAUMANN Oecans-1001289
- Care Lable Printer & RFID Encoder AVERY Snap 700
- Edge bending Machine MACPI 335.02NR
- Toe Activating Unit RING SPA2-1 H
- Pneumatic Transfer Press FUCHS Air-swing 2000 PROmatic
- Paternoster Oven ELIOG PNO 80 / 48-22-27
- Thermoprinting Vacuum Press MONTI ANTONIO 9010
- High-Speed Zig-Zag Sewing Machine PFAFF 918 – U
- Auto Cutting Machine JEMA SEWING JM – 130LR
- Industrial Robots inc. KUKA KR 10 R1420 (CYBERTECH nano)
- Flat Knitting Machine STOLL CMS 530 HP
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Founded in 1902 as a fine arts and furnishings auction business by the Maynards family in Victoria, British Columbia, our expertise in the machinery and equipment industry spans over a century. From our beginnings as a single store front auction house, to our current global footprint, Maynards has continuously enhanced our liquidating, appraising, and financing expertise for the benefit of our customers. Whether a single asset valuation or a multilocation liquidation, Maynards is committed to providing our customers insights and options – including turnkey solutions – to help inform their procurement, divesture, and capitalization of machinery and equipment decisions.
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