Complete Paper and Tissue Manufacturing Plant
Formerly of Lincoln Paper & Tissue Company
Overview of Lincoln Paper and Tissue Company, Lincoln Maine
Previously manufacturing commodity and specialty tissue products for customers throughout North and South America. Tissue stock produced included premium white, mid-tone and deep-colored materials, and made available to manufactures of napkins, towels, table covers, party goods producers, plus airline and food service companies. In addition, Lincoln’s specialty tissue product were utilized in the production of medical draping, disposable gowns, beautician’s neck strips, as well as for industrial applications including electrical tissues
o Complete Tissue Manufacturing Plant
o (2) Paper Machines with Production Support
o Pulp Processing & Drying Operation
o Wood Chip and Sawdust Receiving Yard
o Hog Fuel Boiler Plant with New Steam Turbine
o Complete Plant Electrical Grid with Substations
o Material Handling Trucks and Motor Vehicles
o Spare Parts, Supply and Motor Inventory
o Machine, Maintenance Shops, & Repair Garage
Lincoln Paper and Tissue, formerly known as Eastern Pulp & Paper Corporation was founded in 1882, previously provided tissue products for customers throughout the Western Hemisphere. In 2004, the name was changed in and changed its name to Lincoln Paper and Tissue, LLC in May 2004. On September 28, 2015, Lincoln Paper and Tissue filed a voluntary petition for reorganization under Chapter 11 in the US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine. The decision to close the factory was confirmed by the Bankruptcy Court on November 13, 2015.
3-day live and online auction on Tuesday, April 19 – Thursday, April 21, and a 4th-day exclusively online auction on Monday, April 25.
Inspections available on Friday, April 15, Saturday, April 16, and Monday April 18 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. or by appointment.
Registering at Lincoln Paper will also register you for Expera, a concurrent paper/pulp facility auction. Registration available here.
Day 1 – Lots 101 – 879
Day 2 – Lots 1001 – 1298
Day 3 – Lots 1301 – 1594
Day 4 – Lots 1600 – 1879
Small items must be removed by Friday, April 29th, and all items must be removed by Friday, May 13th.
Dale A. Folsom, Auctioneer – Maine Lic. #28
Hilton Garden Inn,
250 Haskell Rd., Bangor ME 04401
For general questions about the auction, email Hazel Tria at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-717-5974.
For questions about the equipment, email Clayton Apo at email@example.com or call 920-251-0241.
AUCTIONEER DOES NOT RECOMMEND NOR ENDORSE ANY RIGGER, RIGGING COMPANY, MOVING AND/OR SHIPPING SERVICES. POSTING OF ANY COMPANY OR INDIVIDUAL OFFERING RIGGER SERVICES AT THIS AUCTION AND LISTED BELOW IS FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY.
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