Hooven- Dayton Corp was founded in 1935 and was a narrow web converter and specialty printer offering digital and flexographic label printing, coupons and packaging. It served Fortune 500 companies in the consumer, food and beverage, industrial, automotive and state lottery markets.
Hooven-Dayton announced in 2011 that it would consolidate sites in Vandalia and Huber Heights into a single Miamisburg location, the former Kurz Kasch building, a facility that had offered than 100,000 square feet.
Christopher Che, Hooven-Dayton chief executive, said at the time the new facility would let the company “keep all our current staff and add more equipment and people without constraints.”
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Hooven-Dayton’s business phone number was out of service Wednesday.
Items to be auctioned off include presses and parts, forklift trucks and vehicles, office furniture, a packaging department, air compressors and much more.
“The Hooven-Dayton webcast auction will provide buyers a unique opportunity to purchase late model equipment at a huge discount,” Andrew Duncan, Branford Group vice president, said in a statement. “Hooven Dayton had a great maintenance program and all of the equipment is in very good condition. Buyers will have the flexibility of bidding either online or onsite at the facility.”
The real estate is also available for lease or rent, Branford also said.
The Branford Group specializes in surplus industrial machinery and equipment auctions and valuations.
For more information, go to https://www.thebranfordgroup.com/DNN3/Auction/HOOV0718.aspx