Liquidity Services, a global solution provider in the reverse supply chain with the world’s largest marketplace for business surplus, is pleased to announce the private treaty sale of four solar panel module manufacturing lines with a total output capacity of 815 MW from a leading multinational electronics contract manufacturer. Information about the sales can be found on GoIndustry DoveBid (www.go-dove.com), a Liquidity Services e-commerce marketplace where more than 500 categories of assets from small, medium-size and Fortune 1000 companies are sold to a base of more than three million buyers globally.
Featured assets include three semi-automated solar panel module manufacturing lines with a total output capacity of 665 MW, which are located at a facility in Siracha, Thailand. One additional line with a total output capacity of 150 MW is also for sale located in Toronto, Canada.
“We are pleased to provide support for this sale,” said Gardner Dudley, President of Liquidity Services’ Capital Assets Group. “Our expertise in the electronics manufacturing vertical, coupled with our knowledge in the solar energy space and reach of our GoIndustry DoveBid e-commerce marketplace, will provide buyers from around the world an opportunity to purchase these fully operational, ready-to-use production lines.”
For more information about the assets offered, visit GoIndustry DoveBid or contact John Ward, global sales lead, at +1-714-393-5111 or John.Ward@LiquidityServices.com. Interested buyers may preview and inspect equipment in person by appointment only. All manufacturing lines and equipment are available for immediate sale.