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NIAGARA Development has an updated list of equipment for paper makers AROUND the World!

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Building a Future through the Past!

As the property owners continue to prepare the FORMER NewPage NIAGARA Plant in NIAGARA Wisconsin for RE-USE and the associated “New Life” that it can support, a long list of previously used equipment has been assembled and staged for reuse:

 


Contact me today to discuss details or to set up a site meeting
Eric J. Spirtas – eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com – 314.780.3742

CLICK HERE for the most recent NIAGARA Development PDF listing of available paper making assets.

Area Item MFG Model Serial # Size Qty Note
PGW Grinders Tampella T1812     4  
PGW Grinder Motors E/M     7000 hp 5  
PGW Kone Deck Kone       1 4 Stations
PGW Grinder Shredder Tampella       2  
PGW Air Compressor Gardner Denver ST-75   361 acfm 3 1-75 hp/2-125 hp
Ship Dewire / Destack Advanced Dyn.       1 Kraft System
Ship Bale Syst Conveyors           Kraft System
Ship Bale System Hydr           Kraft System
Ship Wet Lap Andritz     100″ 1 twin wire press
PM43 Winder Jagenberg       1.5 $175K-$200K
NM Refiners Sprout-Walron     42″ 1 Post Gwd
Stock Refiners Beloit Jones     42″ 1 SW Kraft
Stock Pulper Agit, Pump           6 ton capacity
PM44 Blower Spencer          
PM43 Fan Pump Goulds 3420   945 hp   low pulse
Blch Twin Wire Press Andritz     2.6 m 1  
Blch Twin Wire Press Andritz     2.8 m 1  
Blch Drum Washers Impco       2 W/4 showers each
Ship Chemical Mixer Andritz HCM3HH     1 300hp motor
PM43 Vacuum Pumps Siemans 2BE3   15000 cfm 3 Liquid Ring
PM43 Vacuum Pumps Nash 904-S1     2 Liquid Ring
PM44 Vacuum Pumps Siemans 2BE3   15000 cfm 4 Single 1000 hp m
PM43 IR Dryers Solaronics GEM-9   225″ Width 2 5 row units
PM43 Vibrating Sceens Jonsson       2  
PM44 Vibrating Sceens Jonsson       2  
PM43 Attenuator Beloit       1 Thin stock – 1991
PM44 Attenuator Beloit       1 Thin stock
PM43 Pressure Screen Bird 50   .047 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Bird 400   .032 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Bird 400   .032 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Hooper psv400   .005 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Hooper psv400   .005 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Hooper psv400   .005 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Hooper psv400   .005 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Ahlstrom       1 F2 Screen
PM44 Pressure Screen Voith 31   .047 slots 1  
PM44 Oil Flow Meters         6 Multiple meter unit
PM44 Reel Section Valmet Opti     1 150″ Trim
PM43 Reel Section Beloit TNT     1 225″ Trim
PM44 Vacuum pump Siemans 2BE     1 Flatbox Vac
PM43 Cleaners Noss     800 cones 1 Primary
PM43 Cleaners Noss     300 cones 1 2nd stage
PM43 Cleaners Noss     100 cones 1 3rd stage
PM43 Cleaners Noss     34 cones 1 4th stage
PM43 Cleaners Noss     12 cones 1 5th stage
PM44 Cleaners Noss AM80-D   480 cones 1 Primary
PM44 Cleaners Noss AM80-C   200 cones 1 2nd stage
PM44 Cleaners Noss AM80-D   75 cones 1 3rd stage
PM44 Cleaners Noss AM80-G   34 cones 1 4th stage
PM44 Cleaners Noss AM80-G   12 cones 1 5th stage
Ship Cleaners Celleco 350   64-5″ 1 1st S Primary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 350   40-5″ 1 2nd S Primary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 350   16-5″ 1 3rd S Primary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 350   6-5″ 1 4th S Primary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 300   1-5″ 1 5th S Primary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 270   22-_” 1 1st Secondary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 270   6-_” 1 2nd Secondary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 270   2-_” 1 3rd Secondary
Ship Pumps Waukesha 320     2  
Ship Pumps Wauk/Lobeflo       17 Removed
Stock Pumps Goulds sm -med     10 Installed
Stock Pumps Goulds Centr     8 Installed
Stock Pumps Ahlstrom       5 Installed
PM Vacuum pump Nash       2 Installed
PM Filters Ronnigan Peters       2 Installed
Stores Pump Parts Gould/Ahlstrom       1  
GR Roll grinder Cincinnati       1 50″ x 338″
BH Burners – coal CE RO     4  
BH Grate system B & W       2 75,000 lb per hr
BH Precipitator       4 fields 1 Electrostatic
BH Baghouse GE Max 9   9 modules 1 BACT compliant
BH ID fan Clarage 173   300k cfm 1 1250 hp vsd
BH Coal Crusher/Scrn Gunlach     50 tph 1 process stoker
Env Sludge Press Andritz       2 30 dtpd
Yard Wood Loader Hough 550     1 1991
BPM Turbine Westinghouse       1  
BPM Conveyor 7’w x 30’l
Conveyor
w/ Motor w/ Gearbox   1  
BPM Gullitone 72 Inch wide Roll Splitter 50′ inch dia   1  
BPM Refiners Sprout 20 inch Motor Separate     1  
BPM Refiners Sprout 20 inch Motor Separate     1  
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1512 Washington – Manitowoc Wisconsin 54220 – NIAGARA Worldwide will work with EJ Spirtas Manitowoc LLC and Manitowoc Development Patners LLC to Re-New this City Block

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What do we do with this “Historic City Block”?

First Thought… Redevelop…?

Second Thought… Wreck…?

Anyone?  Anyone?

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CLICK HERE (“OR”) ON THE PICTURE TO ACCESS THE LOOPNET LISTING

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Historic Mirro Building
Developed By: EJ Spirtas Manitowoc, LLC
5 Building Complex
7 Story High Rise – 500,000 Sq Ft
6 Story High Rise – 400,000 Sq Ft
3 Story – 250,000 Sq Ft
5 Story Connector – 150,000 Sq Ft
3 Story Connector – 125,000 Sq Ft
6 Acre Property

Historic Downtown Development Opportunity

Take your business to 1512 Washington Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin.

Building Description

The historic Mirro plant has more than 1,000,000 square feet of space on a 7.49 acre redevelopment site that is located on the edge of Historic Downtown Manitowoc.

Within walking distance of downtown amenities such as the Capitol Civic Centre, the Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Rahr West Art Museum, Manitowoc Riverwalk, Manitowoc Marina, Manitowoc Yacht Club, Mariners Trail, Lake Michigan, Library, Farmers Market, SS Badger Lake Michigan Car Ferry and dozens of shops and restaurants, this is a development opportunity that is immediately available.

Building Information  Utilities
Address: 1512 Washington Manitowoc, WI
Electricity supplier:  MPU
Total sq ft available:  1,408,520
Gas supplier:  WPS
Number of stories: 7
Municipal water:  Yes
Ceiling heights: 8’5″ to 12’7″ 
Water source:  Lake Michigan 
Site size (ac):  7.49
Peak capacity at water plant:  11 mgd 
Topography: Flat
Peak capacity at sewerage plant:  15.5 mgd 
Setting: Downtown    
Zoning: Industrial Telecommunications  
Former Use:  Mirro Fiber
Optics:  Yes
Digital switching:  Yes
Transportation Nearest major highway:  US Hwy 151/10 Incentives  
Distance to nearest highway: Adjacent Development Zone Tax Credits   
Number of lanes: 2 Industrial Revenue Bonds  
Nearest interstate:  I-43 Revolving Loan Fund   
Distance to nearest interstate:  4 miles  TIF  
Number of lanes:  4 Technology Zone Tax Credits   
Nearest commercial airport:  Austin Straubel
Distance to nearest airport:  40 miles     
Rail service:  No    
Nearest port facility:  1 mile


Terms
Leasing Rate:  Negotiable
Lease Type:  Negotiable
Sale Price:  Negotiable
 
Building Contact 
Name: Eric J. Spirtas 
Phone: (314) 432-7733
 
Community Contact 
Name: Dave Less 
Title: City Planner 
Organization: City of Manitowoc 
Address: 900 Quay St 
City: Manitowoc 
State: WI
ZIP: 54220
Phone: (920) 686-6930
Fax: (920) 686-6939
Email: dless@manitowoc.org
Web: www.manitowoc.org

Large Press and Machine Shop Liquidation – Creating value from dormant assets! Closing Friday – July 8th

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Niagara Worldwide – Helps Another Client

The Next Ongoing Events

TIMED EVENT – ENDS JULY 8

ONLINE AUCTION:
Steel Parts Manufacturing
Tipton, Indiana

Download The Auction Postcard (PDF) View Auction Brochure Flip Book
Download the Steel Parts Lotbook (PDF) Download Rigger List (PDF)

For most small business owners, the thought of liquidation is appalling and grotesque.  The media depicts its general ideas associated with liquidating into your brain:  Front pages of newspapers read bankruptcy, tickers scroll the bottom of your televisions with exponentially increasing debt figures, and small businesses stick up gaudy neon-colored ‘STORE CLOSING SALE’ signs that scream urgency.  With the economy in its current state, it’s not difficult to fall victim of all the hype [and scare].  Yet, the media fails to acknowledge the rest of the liquidation business; the beneficial business strategy of liquidation: converting your obsolete, overstock, salvage, returns, and excess inventory into immediate, upfront, and useable cash.

There are two major forms of liquidation: compulsory and voluntary.  When you hear of liquidation in the media, it is compulsory liquidation, which is when you are forced to liquidate by law.  Compulsory liquidation is the last resort for a business.  It involves selling off every aspect of the business, from their inventory all the way up to their debts.  When a company is compulsory liquidating, they are closing their doors for good.  The latter form, voluntary liquidation, is the unspoken strategy that is used frequently within all Fortune 500 businesses.

Call NIAGARA Worldwide today to see how we can support the re-sale and re-purposing of your industrial assets. 

Eric J. Spirtas – President
NIAGARA Worldwide
715-251-3151 Main Office Telephone

www.niagaraworldwide.com  
eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com

Motor Liquidation – Amazing Prices – Closing Friday June 24th, 2011

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In our effort to redevelop and recycle, NIAGARA Worldwide LLC, buys, liquidates and repurposes former industrial facilities globally. 

Contact us today for more information – Eric. J. Spritas eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com – 314.780.3742

 

Announcing another Quality Timed Auction from

NIAGARAWorldwide

 

Former New Page Papermill
Naigara, Wisconsin

Street Address:
1101 Mill Street
Niagara, WI 54151

See in Google Maps

 

Electric motor inventory: (Samples below)

MARATHON 2 HP, 1800RPM, 145T Frame, 460 Volts

BALDOR 3 HP, 1200RPM, 215C Frame, 480 Volts

GE 60 HP, 1800RPM, 364TS Frame, 230/460 Volts

RELIANCE 500 HP, 1200RPM, 5810S Frame, 4160 Volts

GENERAL ELECTRIC 30 HP, 1200RPM, 405P Frame, 480 Volts

GENERAL ELECTRIC 100 HP, 1800RPM, 444VP20 Frame, 480 Volts

 
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When:
ONGOING NOW!

Where:
Naigara, WI

Email Our Liquidation Manager:
For more information

CONTACT:
Burdette Wilber at: 314-616-8422 / burdette.wilber@niagaraworldwide.com
Eric J. Spirtas at: 314-780-3742 / eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com

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Niagara mill purchased, now what? Aaron Martin of TV6 Explores

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Great article with a wide spectrum of information.

The Niagara Paper Mill was purchased by Niagara Development LLC, who plans to use the mill to attract national business to the area

VIA Niagara mill purchased, now what? THIS LINK TAKES YOU TO VIDEO

The former Niagara Paper Mill is under new ownership and looking to bring in business Read more: Local, Economy, Business, Niagara Paper Mill, Niagara Mill Sold, Niagara Development LLC, Niagara, Paper Mill Sold, Paper Mill Purchase

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NIAGARA, WI — UPDATE 5:45 p.m.

We know one thing for sure about the former Niagara Paper Mill…it won’t be a paper mill anymore.

The newly formed Niagara Development LLC officially bought the mill from NewPage last week and is planning on using the property and its assets to attract national companies.

“I’m contacted everyday by a new venture or a representative of ventures that are interested in talking,” said Niagara Development President Eric Spirtas.

Spirtas said power and green energy companies are being targeted, given the equipment and assets available on site.

For Niagara Mayor George Bousley, this is a step in the right direction for the area.

“We’re a community of many small communities, so I guess the thing is I’ve watched this economy grow locally,” said Mayor Bousley.  “Now if we can bring this part back to the local economy, it means that it’s something you can pass onto the next generation.”

While Niagara is still feeling the effects of the mill closing back in 2008, the town’s resilient attitude has Spirtas confident about the future.

“They have the heart and desire to rebuild,” he said.  “Not every town has that, but Niagara does have that.  So we look at it as a great hotbed of development.”

Niagara Development is a private company started by Spirtas and another partner for the purpose of developing the site and bringing businesses to the area.  The company’s headquarters will be in Niagara, however, the partners have no ties to the area.

Also, no information is being released about the finances of the deal between Niagara Development and NewPage.

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An official announcement was made on Tuesday about the Niagara Paper Mill being purchased by Niagara Development LLC.  What happens now that the mill has been purchased?

Eric Spirtas, Niagara Development’s president, said that the mill will be used to attract national businesses.  The paper mill and land will be sold, in portions, to different companies.

Niagara City Mayor George Bousley said that it will take three to five years for the full impact of the Niagara mill purchase to be felt by the community.

NewPage finalizes sale in Niagara – Gannett Wisconsin Media

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Closed paper mill, assets purchased

By Nathan Phelps • Gannett Wisconsin Media • February 15, 2011

The property and assets of the former NewPage paper mill in Niagara have been sold to Niagara Development LLC.

Niagara Development plans to market the property to industrial users that can take advantage of the building and the timber shed, according to New North, an 18-county regional economic development organization based in De Pere.

Market development for the site has been focused toward alternative energy, namely those based on woody biomass, according to the release.

“We’re communicating with many and inviting all,” Eric J. Spirtas, president of Niagara Development, said Monday. “A lot of times when people see a plant sitting idle, they think it’s only going to do what it did. … We’re going to be available to any and all.”

New North and the Marinette County Association for Business and Industry have conducted a feasibility study on biofuel production at the site — including cellulosic ethanol production.

“The Niagara, Wis., site has all the components for a state-of-the-art advanced biofuels facility,” Jan Hacker, who conducted the study, said in a press release. “The site has access to significant supplies of raw material, a supplier network already in place, physical infrastructure in the form of large buildings, log yards, air and water treatment systems and both road and rail access.”

Niagara Development purchased 1,500 acres in the deal that closed Friday.

“This isn’t a last-minute purchase … this has been months of analysis and transitional planning,” Spirtas said.

The NewPage Niagara facility permanently closed in July 2008 due to “a significant decrease in demand for coated paper,” according to NewPage, which also closed a mill in Kimberly.

The mill produced about 250,000 tons of lightweight-coated groundwood papers used in magazines and catalogs.

Nathan Phelps writes for the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

Read more: http://www.postcrescent.com/article/20110215/APC03/102150417/NewPage-finalizes-sale-in-Niagara#ixzz1EAuHiMQE

Ready to buy a plant – 12,000 Tons of Steel – Eric J. Spirtas – EJ Spirtas Group

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Another day, another 12,000 Tons!

It looks like I will have the opportunity to acquire another former industrial manufacturing plant tomorrow and that means a lucky demolition contractor will get the opportunity to demolish the buildings and prepare the scrap for me and my partners.

I have been successfully selling scrap to for the last two decades and now with a few NEW relationships the sales have become (“Global”)!

This is great for the smaller contractor that has often been stuck with minimal pricing offered by the tiny scrap dealers in “Small Town USA”.  We “EJ Spirtas Commodities, LLC” offers a price that, up to now, only the largest demolition contractor has had access to.

We can ship materials by the container, so long as the materials are prepared to a 5 foot by 2 foot (by 2 foot) size.  If you can load a container, we can deliver a container right to your site and you will reap the  reward of the top salvage dollars.

This goes for STEEL or NON – FERROUS.

Eric J. Spirtas
EJ Spirtas Group, LLC
Demolition Expert
Author of “Don’t Wreck the Empire”
ericspirtas@ejspirtasgroup.com
www.ejspirtasgroup.com
314.780.3742

Contact EJ Spirtas today to price your demolition, scrap your steel, sell your non-ferrous
We simply raise the bar and raise your revenue!
EJ Spirtas Group… Your Global Answer!