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Cadbury Manufacturing Plant Equipment Auction

GraysOnline and Liquidity Services have been appointed by Mondelez International to conduct the final auctions of Plant & Equipment located at the Cadbury New Zealand plant in Dunedin.

Assets include a 1975 Bedford Café Van, 2016 Customer Made Food Caravan, Chocolate Manufacturing, Forklifts & Warehousing, Workshop and Catering Equipment.

There will be 5x Online Auctions commencing on Wednesday 13th June (6:00pm NZST), running through to Wednesday 20th June with the auctions closing every 30mins between2:00pm & 4:00pm NZST. Auction items will be available to inspect at the Cadbury site onTuesday 19th June between 9:00am – 3:00pm.

All assets are being auctioned on the GraysOnline.co.nz website.
Click here to view all auctions for further details

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