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Parts from huge plant will go to the highest bidder–on-site or on-line

Mobile, AL -- Aug. 23, 2001 -- Need some parts? How about a whole new plant? Maybe a complete pulp mill? Look no fu...


Mobile, AL — Aug. 23, 2001 — Need some parts? How about a whole new plant? Maybe a complete pulp mill? Look no further than the on-line and on-location auction of a complete Kimberly-Clark 2000 TPD Pulp Mill located in Mobile, Ala., taking place Sept. 12, 2001.

The auction inventory covers a wide range of equipment from the pulp mill, wood yard, digester, bleach plant, chemical prep and causticizing areas, and plant support facilities. Included are 250-2400 hp motors, pumps, valves, process control equipment, instrumentation, variable frequency AC drives, switchgear, screens, filters, over 19,000 ft of belt conveyor, gantry cranes, and much more.

Can’t make it to Mobile? Then take the Internet; log on to www.dovebid.com, and download free software that will allow you to bid from anywhere in the world using webcasting technology. You’ll be able to bid against people right at the plant, with the image of the asset being sold displayed on your computer screen.

The auction is being held by Dovebid of Southfield, Mich., in conjuction with Can-Am Machinery Inc. of Fitchburg, Mass. For details, visit www.dovebid.com. (We’ve got our eye on the horizontal cyclone.)