MagnaFlow Selling Equipment After Closing Georgia Manufacturing Facility

MagnaFlow Selling Equipment After Closing Georgia Manufacturing Facility | THE SHOPMagnaFlow will be auctioning the contents of its Lavonia, Georgia Exhaust Manufacturing Facility, the company announced. The auction will be conducted by Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers.

The auction is part of MagnaFlow’s plan to consolidate its manufacturing and logistics operations to its headquarters facility in Oceanside, California, the company said. The Lavonia, Georgia Exhaust Manufacturing Facility will be decommissioned, and the auction will include a wide range of equipment, including:

  • CNC Tube Benders by Addison and Eagle
  • Eagle End Formers
  • CNC Wire Benders
  • Cold Saws, Welders, Toolroom Machinery
  • Pallet Rack
  • Plastic Totes and Steel Bins
  • Air Compressors, MRO Department, Miscellaneous Plant Support
  • Raw Material

“We are excited to work with Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers to conduct this auction,” said Russ Addison, Engineering Manager. “This auction will allow us to efficiently sell the equipment from our Lavonia facility as we focus on consolidating our operations in California.”

The auction is scheduled for Feb. 15 at 10:00 a.m. EST, and interested bidders can register online.

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