Don’t forget, there’s a big sale on biodiesel equipment just around the corner.
On this Thursday, November 12, auction company Maas Companies, which recently sold the Altra Nebraska ethanol plant in Carleton, Nebraska, will be selling six, 10-million-gallon-a-year biodiesel process trains at the Hampton Inn & Suites – Newark Harrison Riverwalk, 100 Passaic Ave, Harrison, New Jersey, starting at 11 a.m.
Allison Guyton, director of operation for Maas Companies says this is a perfect opportunity for anyone wanting to pick up some brand new, still shrink-wrapped, palleted equipment that is ready for a plant expansion.
“The equipment is owned by RPL Holdings, and they had [wanted] to use the equipment for a business expansion that never materialized.”
She says the equipment is crated and ready to be shipped anywhere, either overseas or domestically, and is easily transportable.
Guyton says sales like these seem to go in cycles with this being a phenomenal chance for someone to expand their operations while not expanding their expenses.
You can hear an excerpt of my recent conversation with Guyton where she talks about this particular sale here: [audio:http://www.zimmcomm.biz/domesticfuel/Guytonintw-edit2.mp3]
More information on the sale is available here.