Schott’s solar thin film production goes to market

Schott Solar has appointed industrial auctioneers to market its solar thin film production, including a complete fully automated Solar Thin Film Production Line (40MWp). A summary of assets for sale, photos and relevant information is available at

Maynards and Heritage Global Partners have been appointed by Schott Solar as industrial auctioneers to bring its thin film production to market. The sale features front- and backend production equipment as well as R&D, Metrology and BIPV Equipment.
“We are pleased that Schott Solar has appointed Maynards as exclusive sale agents for these High Tech assets. Together with our partner Heritage Global Partners, our extensive industry knowledge and large international customer networks will enable us to cover the global market and deliver these exceptional assets to end-users and contract manufacturers worldwide,” stated Daniel Kröger, Managing Director of Maynards Europe.
The series of sales will start immediately with a Negotiated Sale phase featuring the 40MWp Thin Film Production Line followed by an Online Auction taking place this month. A summary of assets for sale, photos and relevant information is available at
“This sale presents an excellent opportunity for worldwide buyers to leverage the secondary market to acquire a fully automated production line that can, together with a potential know-how transfer, quickly put them in a competitive manufacturing position in the field of thin film solar modules and BIPV,” added Heritage’s Director of Sales, David Barkoff. “The joined marketing and sales expertise of our partnership will furthermore help Schott maximize its investment recovery goals.”
Kröger and Barkoff both agreed that: “this liquidation offers high-quality used thin film production equipment directly from the source at a very attractive value.”

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