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The Plasticraft plastics manufacturing plant and all of its assets in Albertville, Alabama, will be up for sale to the public online and on-site by Machinery Network Auctions on September 15 after 43 years in business. The 140,000-square-foot facility began shutting down its operations back in June. At the time of its closure, facility had 30 employees.

Kari Embree

September 9, 2015

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Plasticraft closing, holding public auction of its molding equipment

plasticraft.jpgThe industrial machinery auction will include machinery used in thermoplastic, blow and injection molding processes, as well as decorating, assembly and design machinery.

“The Plasticraft industrial machinery auction features great selections that can be integrated into your plastics manufacturing business,” says Gary Treisman, President of Machinery Network Auctions. “Whether you are looking for replacement plastics machinery or new selections, our auctions are always a great place to find deals on the items you need.”

Known for its proprietary bird houses, Plasticraft lists locations in Albertville and Wilton, Iowa, on its website, and was founded by the late Ed Ingram to create custom molded plastic components for the power tool, furniture, cabinet and lawn and garden industries. Mike Ingram, his son, took over the business after his father passed away.

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