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    Auction Sale: MULTI MEDIUM RECYCLING PLANT

    Tiger Commercial & Industrial ECS Refining sale commences today and will close next Tuesday, 9-JUNE.

    Details are available here or feel free to contact me with any comments or questions:

    Tiger Commercial & Industrial

    Sale will be conducted on the BidSpotter auction platform where the catalog and images are up and available for viewing:

    https://www.bidspotter.com/en-us/auc...-id-bscti10047



    ECS Refining Stockton, CA is a 262,000-square-foot facility. The sale event includes process lines for e-waste, TVs, glass and wood, along with forklifts, electric walk/ride low-lift pallet trucks and other material-handling equipment, office furniture and equipment. The building, which sits on a 37-acre industrial lot, is also available for lease or purchase.


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    60 State St., 11th Floor
    Boston, MA 02109
    P: (617) 523-5866 | C: (617) 797-0430 | F: (617) 523-3007
    jcoelho@TigerGroup.com
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    Geez- I didn't expect ECS to close up. Hard to believe that was almost two years ago. Interesting article on them: https://resource-recycling.com/e-scr...t-of-business/

    I hope the stuff in the auction brings new opportunities to someone who can make money with it

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    Inspection by appointment will take place tomorrow from 10am to 4pm, local times.

    We have added the entire Kaeser compressor set at the Stockton facility and a hammer mill at a remote site in Dallas, TX.

    We ave also accumulated various lots of motors, spare parts, conveyor parts, office furniture that will added to the catalog by EOB tomorrow (please see select images attached here).

    Addresses are below and for more details please see the links in my original post or feel free to contact me with any comments or questions.

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    Lots #1 - 459
    2222 S. Sinclair Ave.
    Stockton, CA 95215


    Preview:
    Mon, Jun 8 from 10am to 4pm (PT)
    **Preview is by Appointment Only**

    Checkout:
    Wed - Tue, Jun 10 - 30 from 9am to 5pm (PT)
    **All Small Items MUST be Removed by Jun 15**
    **Checkout is by Appointment Only**



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    Lot #460
    106 Tejas Dr.
    Terrell, TX 75160


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    John Coelho
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    Tiger Group | Commercial & Industrial
    60 State St., 11th Floor
    Boston, MA 02109
    P: (617) 523-5866 | C: (617) 797-0430 | F: (617) 523-3007
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    Upcoming Sale Calendar:
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    Full article at Scrap Metal Forum: https://www.scrapmetalforum.com/scra...#ixzz6Ogr59nOS


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    I love a good auction to bad most of them are online now........I'd say the corona virus has pushed even more to online bidding........A true auction to me is show up and bid (can't stand phone bids or online).......Good luck with your auction and you may have a few potential customers here lurking in the weeds

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    mikeinreco,

    Online platform is the norm these days.

    As you suggest, Covid19 will only make them more so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrc22ski View Post
    mikeinreco,

    Online platform is the norm these days.

    As you suggest, Covid19 will only make them more so.
    Yea online has just seemed to take the emotion and the fun out of..........Seems so clinical these days bidding online (I still buy gov't surplus online myself)

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    Online takes the fun out of them, but it also takes some of the deals out. There's always someone bidding on something. I liked the old-style farm auctions. Show up in a blinding snowstorm, and get stuff dirt cheap because everyone else was smart enough to stay home It's a shame that the online platforms charge so much: An 18% buyer's premium and a 9% sales tax adds up really fast

    I wouldn't be surprised if some of the stuff does go to an SMF member though. It's niche equipment, but if you need something, you need that particular thing

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    Also they are SSI brand machinery. Not real knowledgeable on shredders/hammermills but from what I've read SSI is a top brand. Only a select few have the building available to house those units. They look fairly big, square footage wise with all the conveyors, etc....

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    The corona virus is wrecking a lot of small businesses

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    thats a clean wharehouse . Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metairiejunk View Post
    thats a clean wharehouse . Nice
    Colliers has the real estate listing.

    I added some images of their spec sheet:
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    If I can't bid in person, I refuse to go to an auction. Too darn hard to know what I am bidding on when I am getting no feedback from others at the auction. Pictures never show everything. Pre-bid viewings never enough as one never remembers to check everything out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmerlinn View Post
    If I can't bid in person, I refuse to go to an auction. Too darn hard to know what I am bidding on when I am getting no feedback from others at the auction. Pictures never show everything. Pre-bid viewings never enough as one never remembers to check everything out.
    Doubt you will be bidding much moving forward....live auctions becoming a thing of the past.....you will probably find a few that hold out

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeinreco View Post
    Doubt you will be bidding much moving forward....live auctions becoming a thing of the past.....you will probably find a few that hold out
    You are very correct. At my age I really don't care very much as I can get what I need easier and cheaper most of the time in other ways. I mostly dumped auctions as a source years ago. Last live one I went to was two years ago and it was a waste of time.

    That said, there is a live auction every Thursday evening 3 miles from here, but I have never gone there. And another one every two months 10 miles up the road, and I have never been there, though did drive in one time to check out a vehicle up for auction.

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    One of my best scores came from a live auction..........Soon after the auction started a snowstorm hit and most everyone left..........Scored about 10 grand in computer equipment for around 2 grand.........With that said they went totally online after that

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