McDermott to Auction Fabrication Yard Assets

By Eric Haun
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

A joint venture of five industrial auction companies will sell the physical assets of the 300-acre McDermott fabrication facility in Amelia, La. McDermott continues to operate its other fabrication facilities at multiple locations worldwide.

The auction of thousands of assets starts September 8, 2014 and will be conducted throughout the complex via a multiday onsite/online public auction sale.

The auction will feature an extensive offering of unique offshore marine equipment, barges, winches and pumps; a wide assortment of high quality, large capacity fabrication machinery; late model welding machinery; a large offering of mobile equipment including four 300-ton capacity crawler cranes; more than 60 overhead bridge cranes up to 40 ton capacity; and thousands of  plant support equipment. The auction will also include more than 10,000 tons of useable and scrap steel.

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