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Auction Announced for CGH Subsidiary Solar Seal's Assets


Glass transport trucks

Surplus Solutions LLC and Joseph Finn Co. announced an online auction to sell the assets of Solar Seal, a former subsidiary of Consolidated Glass Holdings. O3 Industries acquired the company's South Easton, Massachusetts location, after the bankruptcy of its parent company, Consolidated Glass Holdings this last year.

O3 officials confirmed that the South Easton location will be closing. Solar Seal Architectural, a location in Connecticut that is licensing the name Solar Seal, has no common ownership with the South Easton location, and will remain open.

Auction details

As a result of the facility closing, Surplus Solutions will be conducting an online auction on behalf of Solar Seal from 9 a.m. Sept. 1 to 11 a.m. Sept. 8. Items for sale at the auction include glass tempering furnaces, high precision milling and drilling machines, insulated glass production lines, glass transport trucks, glass washers and more. 

There will also be a two-day preview and inspection open to the public on Monday, Sept. 1 and Tuesday, Sept. 2, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Solar Seal's former 88,000-square-foot facility is also available for lease. It could be up and running in only a few weeks, according to Vice President Global Auctions at Surplus Solutions Andrew Duncan. 

Read on for more information about the auction