Canadian Company & Others Selling Excess SMT Manufacturing Assets


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EMS provider Canadian Inc. Energy Group in Laval, Quebec; Canada will be liquidating some of their excess and unused assets utilizing the online auction services of Baja Bid. The bidding for this event will open promptly at 8:00am EST on August 10, 2015 and the closing will begin at 1:00pm EST on August 12, 2015.

The items in this event include a DEK Horizon 01 Screen Printer; Yestech YTV-BX Bench Top AOI; Universal 4688A “GSM2” Machines & Feeders; BMW 750 Li; Chrysler 300 Limo; Ford F450 Ambulance; Jeep and Volvo SUVs; Mancorp “Lead-Free” Wave Solder; Vitronics Reflow Oven; BTU Paragon 150 Reflow Oven; Glenbrook RTX-113 X-Ray; Nicolet X-Ray; Sierra Summit 1000 Rework; CR Technology PCB Inspection; Thermotron & Espec Environmental Chambers; Seho 3250 Selective Solder; PAS Ultrasonic Welders; Air-Vac & Amistar Rework Stations; QMT 100 Tape & Reel; Austin American Stencil Cleaner;  Dry Storage Boxes; Conveyors; Workbenches and Much More…….

To view the complete line of items currently up for auction; please click here.

Any questions about the event can be directed to Arlin Horsley at 1-813-992-2437.

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