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Polish plastic parts maker Teknorubber has been put up for sale following its insolvency filing in March 2014. The company is to be auctioned through a tender.
The equipment installed at the firm’s production facility, including injection molding machines made by Mapelli and HT MIR, is estimated to be worth close to 3 million zloty ($935,000), according to data released by the company’s liquidator. The machines are fitted with a clamping force of between 150 metric tons and 450 metric tons.
Based in Bielsko-Biała, in the country’s southern part, the Polish firm specialized in the production of a wide range of plastic components. Teknorubber provided its output to various automotive and home appliances manufacturers.
"The deadline for submitting bids is September 5, 2014," the liquidator said in a statement.