Precision Forme Cutting’s machinery goes to auction

Melbourne-based Precision Forme Cutting, which ceased its business operation at the end of last year, has appointed National Auctioneers & Valuers to auction off its machinery.

Precision Forme Cutting closed its doors as its owner Alf Puglia went into retirement after 41 years in the industry.

The auction for its machinery is now online and closes at 10am on 17 March.

Trade finishing and forme cutting machines on auction include a Heidelberg Varimatrix 1050 flatbed die cutter (2009), a Perfecta 115 guillotine, two Heidelberg cylinder presses, two Lyon Clamshell die cutters, a Lamina 1600 laminator/mounter, and others.

In addition, pallet racking, pallet jacks and electric lift trucks, two compressor plants, other cutting machines and furniture are also in auction.

An inspection has been organised for 15 March, from 10am to 3pm at 129 Sussex Street, Coburg, Victoria 3044.

As per the terms of the auction, a 16 per cent buyer premium applies and payment is to be made by EFT or credit card only.

Won and paid for lots are to be collected on 20 March to 22 March from 9am to 4pm, at buyer’s responsibility.

Click here to bid online.

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