Archive for November, 2010

A little bit of everything update

Our newest employee, Brandon, is off to Chicago this week for his second level business valuation course through the ASA. His goal is to get through all four levels within one year – a challenging task but he is definitely up to it. Brandon also plans to take the first level CFA exam in December, so he has a real full slate to keep him plenty busy.

We continue to market our upcoming auction for Durra Ink, which has some very well-maintained equipment and would be perfect for a small to mid-printing sized operation. All the auction lots have been posted at so please make sure that you take a quick look.

We have been working on several quite varied appraisal projects recently including late-model construction equipment, a 2007 cast stretch film line used to produce shrink-wrap, an inventory of copiers/scanners/printers and related repair and service parts and the assets of an aerospace repair, maintenance and testing company in the Bay Area.

While I wouldn’t say the economy has recovered, at least in our part of the world, things seem to be looking up.

Printing and graphics company on-line auction

We are pleased to have been selected to conduct an on-line auction of printing and graphics equipment from Durra Ink, which is scheduled for early December. This  auction will feature a Hamada B-452A-I four-color press, several Ryobi 3200 off-set presses along with Prism and Challenge paper cutters, an MBO folder, Belco shrink wrapper, Perfection stitcher,  Rollem number/scoring/perforating system, Apple Mac G5 system with LCD Cinema 20″ monitor, Challenge drill,  Hyster forklift, assorted company vehicles and other facility support items.

This auction is a great opportunity for other small to mid-sized print shops to acquire well-maintained equipment. Stay tuned for further details on this exciting sale.