Following the impending closure of Melbourne-based driveline manufacturer Unidrive, GraysOnline has begun the “expressions of interest” stage 2 campaign for the disposal of the company’s remaining assets.

The sale comprises a wide range of manufacturing machinery, including vertical and horizontal machining centres, a number of CNC lathes, curing ovens, test rigs and conveyors.

Full details of all the equipment involved in the sale are available on the GraysOnline website. Highlights include a 2016 Makino PS105 vertical machining centre and four Okuma horizontal machining centres.

Expressions of interest must be submitted before 5pm on the 20th September. Inspection of lots is available by appointment.


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