Sponsored: Tauber-Arons to auction late model yogurt making equipment from former General Mills facility

Tauber-Arons of Los Angeles has announced that it will handle the complete liquidation of the former General Mills Yoplait and Go-Gurt production facility in Carson, California.

The closing of this plant is part of a broader restructuring plan by the company that has been a valued household brand since 1928. A three-day timed online auction will be taking place on 11-13 August 2020. Tauber-Arons, Inc, industrial auctioneers and liquidators since 1892, is conducting this sale in conjunction with Reich Brothers, a leader in the acquisition of industrial real estate throughout the United States.

The top quality assets in this auction includes:

  • Complete yogurt lines (sold in bulk or piece by piece)
  • Filler Lines
  • Flavour Blending Systems
  • Form Fill Packaging Lines
  • Fruit & Liquid Filling Equipment
  • Tanks
  • Silos
  • Homogenisers
  • Case Loading
  • Office Equipment
  • Forklifts and Pallet Jacks
  • Other Facility Support Equipment

Auction lots begin closing each day at 11:00 PDT. All items will be available for inspection onsite from 6-10 August 09:00 – 16:00 PDT and on the morning of the auction. Tauber-Arons’ auction management team, led by Carlos Covaruvias, Rudy Vera and Carson Arons, are on site Monday to Friday to facilitate scheduled private inspections. The facility is located at 1055 Sandhill Avenue, Carson, California 90746.

“With the closing of this facility, we were presented with a unique opportunity to serve our dairy and other industrial customers regionally and throughout North America,” said Tony Arons, president and CEO of Tauber-Arons, Inc. “Much of the equipment is specific to the yogurt and dairy industry,” he added, “but the inclusion of other warehouse support items makes this an excellent opportunity for customers in a wide range of industries.”

For more information and a complete listing of all lots, visit: www.tauberaronsinc.com.

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