Libra Industries, Others Auctioning Excess Manufacturing Assets


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Libra Industries is continually upgrading its manufacturing capabilities. As part of this process, the Ohio-based EMS provider 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 am EST August 17, 2015 and the closing will begin at 1 pm EST on August 19, 2015.

The items in this event include a Mydata MY19 SMT pick-and-place machine, Mydata SMT feeders & magazines, an MPM UP2000 screen printer, a BTU VIP98A reflow oven, a Mannix lead former, a PAC PV-G36 vacuum sealer, OKI soldering systems, a Streckfuss lead trimmer, conveyors and more.

To view the complete line of items currently up for auction, please click here or call Arlin Horsley at 1-813-992-2437.

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