An extensive range of printing equipment and other assets are about to be auctioned after the liquidation of the equipment’s owners living in Alton.
Signs Direct (UK), a company that dealt in signage for the construction and development industry is one such company to be liquidated after it ended operations on 7th January. The directors of Signs Direct (UK) have instructed Quantuma Advisory to help in putting the defunct organization into liquidation.
Signs Direct’s (UK) website is no longer functioning as before. However, contact information for Quantuma Advisory is available on the platform and an advisory statement to interested parties that all incomplete and undelivered orders shall not be processed.
Signs Direct (UK) is a private company with limited liability and has its official offices located at 31 Chertsey Street, Guildford, Surrey. The company has no relationship or affiliation to companies like Ilkeston, Derbyshire-based signmaker, vehicle-wrapping company Signs Direct UK or other companies in the entire United Kingdom bearing a similar name.
Hilco Valuation Services, an asset valuation company, has been selected to dispose of a wide-ranging assortment of equipment like construction plant and machinery, company motor vehicle and wide-format kit. The sale of these items takes place at Hilco’s facilities in Alton, Hampshire.
The items to be sold are an Arizona 6170 XTS HYB500 flatbed, an Arizona 1280GT Metric HYB340, 3 Canons, a Colorado 1640 four-colour UVGel, a Soljet PROIII wide-format printer/cutter, Roland DG’s Versa Express RF-640, a CNC router, engraver and a laminator.
Other equipment for sale include a sheet metal guillotine, a mobile air filter, and a battery power-driven Linde EP20-2 forklift truck.
In the category for construction plant, machinery and equipment for sale, there are petrol generators, aluminium ladders and installation tools.
In the category of motor vehicles, Peugeot and Citroen vans are also available for sale. Some of the plates on these vehicles go back to as early as 2019.
All items can be viewed as they are on Monday, 7th February. Online bidding will be closed at 11 am on Tuesday, 8th February. Any purchased item should be collected by appointment only and from 9 am to 4 pm and from Thursday, 10th February to Monday, 14th February.
At the time of preparing this article, representatives from Quantuma and Hilco had not responded to our queries for comment.