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Company News Eisenmann Group machinery and equipment to be auctioned

Editor: Steffen Donath

The fixed assets of the insolvent Eisenmann Group are up for sale. These include machines from Schuler and Trumpf for metal and sheet metal processing.

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Also up for auction: a laser cutting machine from Trumpf.
Also up for auction: a laser cutting machine from Trumpf.
(Source: Troostwijk/Dechow)

As no investor could be found, the Eisenmann Group had to be broken up in the end. With immediate effect, the machines and equipment as well as the factory and office equipment are for sale at the online auction house Dechow. A total of over 600 items will be auctioned off online. Among them for example:

  • Schuler brand blanking and bending line with blanking and straightening unit (starting price 50,000 euro);
  • Coil centre, coil coiler, transfer and bending station of the Wemo brand (starting price 50,000 euro);
  • Matec 30 HV CNC machining centre from 2008 with swivelling spindle head (starting price 45,000 euro);
  • two Trumpf Trumatic L 3030 laser cutting machines with loading tower, 13 pallet compartments and transfer station (starting price 28,000 euro).

In addition, the auction includes a total of more than 2,500 lots, such as a Weinbrenner press brake, a T-Drill necking machine, the Seiger CNC lathe and many other small machines and accessories from the fields of metal and sheet metal working, painting technology, welding technology, automation and other workshop equipment, components, spare parts, floor conveyors and office equipment.

The tour of the machines, equipment and tools in the Böblingen plant is scheduled for 26 November 2020 and can be arranged by appointment. The lots of these auctions will close on 30 November 2020. Further auctions are planned at Eisenmann’s headquarters in Böblingen and at the Holzgerlingen site until March 2021.

For almost 70 years, Eisenmann has been one of the leading international suppliers of plants and services in the fields of surface technology, material flow automation, thermal process and environmental technology. As a system supplier, Eisenmann has worked for the automotive industry in the areas of body shell construction, painting and final assembly. The conveyor technology solutions from Böblingen are used by leading car manufacturers all over the world.

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