Assets Of ClearEdge Power Facility Up For Bid

Tiger Group, Hackman Capital and CA Global Partners conducting online sale of assets from former ClearEdge Power, Inc. facility; bids close Sept. 9

HILLSBORO, Ore. (8/26/14) Tiger Group’s Remarketing Services Division, Hackman Capital and CA Global Partners will conduct a live webcast auction on September 9 at 10:30 a.m. (PT) for laboratory, testing, machine shop and warehouse/support equipment; inventory and parts; and other assets from a Hillsboro building formerly operated by fuel cell manufacturer ClearEdge Power, Inc.

The office/research and development/warehouse facility was shuttered following the July 2014 acquisition of ClearEdge by Korea-based Doosan Corp., which subsequently launched the Connecticut-headquartered Doosan Fuel Cell America, Inc. ClearEdge had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in May 2014.

Bidding in the online-only sale of the facility’s assets—which also includes office furnishings, networking, computer, and audio/visual equipment—will open September 2 at, and will close in rapid succession, live auction style, on September 9 at 10:30 a.m. (PT). The assets will be available for inspection at the company’s facility located at 7205 NW Evergreen Parkway, Suite 100, in Hillsboro on September 8, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (PT).

Doosan’s desire to monetize the Hillsboro assets acquired as a result of the company’s purchase of ClearEdge provides a tremendous opportunity for regional businesses,” said Jeff Tanenbaum, president of Tiger Remarketing Services. “The parts and components inventory, as well as the diverse selection of machinery, warehouse equipment, office technology and furnishings, test equipment and related items are ideal for a broad range of businesses.

Tanenbaum added: “Our group was able to dispatch teams immediately and provide a guaranteed financial return and completion of the project within Doosan’s aggressive timeline.

Lab and test equipment being auctioned from manufacturers such as Agilent, NHR, Tektronix, Mokon, Waveform and RAE, includes data logger and acquisition switches, ,oscilloscopes, master electronic load banks, gas chromatographs, multi-gas combustion analyzers, monitors, signal generators, lab furnaces, and oil heaters.

The inventory of parts and supplies, with an original cost exceeding $30 million, comes from such manufacturers as Grundfos, AliCat Scientific, Watson McDaniel, Xantrex, Hedland, TDK-Lambda and National Instruments. Available items include large quantities of new pumps, liquid drainers, inverters/chargers, flow meters, power supplies, controllers, isothermal connectors, thermocouple input modules, and other electronics, as well as stainless steel and copper Swagelok® fittings, valves, pipe and tube. “The parts and supplies inventory represents a significant offering of desirable consumables for fuel cell manufacturers and other industries,” said Tanenbaum.

Available machine shop and maintenance equipment includes plasma cutters and 211 and 140 wire welders with rotary positioners, six Lincoln MobiFlex 200-M fume extractors with flex arms, and thousands of technical, professional-grade hand and assembly tools.

Warehouse and support equipment includes a forklift, order pickers, hand trucks, heavy-duty lifts, and more than 100 rolling and stationary metro racks.

Networking and computer equipment up for bid includes storage arrays, servers, phone systems, routers and video conference systems, along with Dell, Apple and HP computers and monitors. Office equipment and furnishings includes HD flat panel televisions; conference, break room and kitchen furniture; as well as desks and task chairs.

For a full description of all assets being auctioned and details on how to bid, visit: