A former Fort Wayne Olde York Potato Chips factory will be sold at auction this month. Key Auctioneers says the sale includes snack lines, trailers and a wastewater system.

October 9, 2013

News Release

Indianapolis, Ind. — The headquarters and manufacturing facility of Fort Wayne-based Olde York Potato Chips will be sold at auction on Thursday, October 31 at 10 a.m., according to Indianapolis-based Key Auctioneers.

The facility was constructed in 1988 and occupied by Olde York after they moved to Fort Wayne from the Toronto area in 2010. The court-ordered auction comes after Olde York ran into financial difficulties and a court-appointed receiver was assigned for their assets.

The auction includes the 36,671 square-foot manufacturing facility and its 8.99 acre lot, along with all of the company's manufacturing equipment: complete snack lines, trailers, tools and a waste-water reclaiming system.

An on-site inspection of the facility and equipment will take place on Tuesday, October 22 from 12-2 p.m. at 918 West Cook Road in Fort Wayne. The auction will also take place at the site.

About Key Auctioneers

Key Auctioneers is a regional real estate auction company with offices in Indianapolis, Chicago and Grand Rapids. Key’s comprehensive asset disposition services include auctions, appraisals, asset recovery, property management and receiverships. Key provides services throughout the Midwest including Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri and Michigan.

Source: Key Auctioneers

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