Thursday, June 12, 2008

SOLD! Pre-Owned Pik-Quik Machine

Make: Chicago
Model: Pik-Quik Laundry Seperator
Condition: Pre-owned
Serial Number: 50654 9/02
Price: $25,000

Pik-Quik is a unique and rugged compact unit that automatically separates tangled laundry loads and presents separated items directly to feeding/ironing equipment operators. Work loads can be separated from laundry carts or conveyors which feed extracted, partially conditioned, or dried work to Pik-Quik. Linen can also be separated directly from pressed "cakes" processed by a water extraction press, thereby eliminating the tumbler operation.

Separated linen is discharged from Pik-Quik's rear chute or optional rapid exit conveyor to a locally supplied table, cart, or distribution conveyor. Pik-Quik's flexible and compact separating platform can be adapted to fit into any laundry, regardless of size. Streamlined linen flow, swift investment payback, and the improvement of working conditions through elimination of one of a laundry's toughest jobs make Pik-Quik a valuable performer in any high production facility.
This item is now sold - Thanks!

Friday, June 6, 2008

AMC Liquidators gets featured in the South Florida Business Journal

Former oil trader thrives as furniture liquidator
South Florida Business Journal - by Kevin Gale
The economic downturn is providing a fresh business opportunity for Michael Grimmé, CEO of AMC Liquidators. With designers and furniture retailers struggling, the Fort Lauderdale entrepreneur is filling up trailers with merchandise for resale, he said. "We are able to buy retail, first-grade goods inexpensively - in some cases cheaper than we were able to buy pre-owned goods in the past." Grimmé already had a 45,000-square-foot warehouse and retail location on Commercial Boulevard, but has bought the Carriage Trade consignment business on Las Olas Boulevard to directly target consumers seeking high-end merchandise.