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Celadon’s assets going to auction

INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) — The assets of Indianapolis trucking company Celadon’s bankruptcy proceedings will be split among four different online auctions. The 1985-founded company declared bankruptcy in December 2019. Key Auctioneers is conducting the auctions of the company’s corporate headquarters and driver welcome center.

The first auction closes March 9 and includes driver dorms, training rooms and equipment, grounds maintenance equipment and truck parts. The second set items includes exercise equipment, medical equipment from the company’s former clinic, tv’s and picnic tables and closes March 10.

The third auction closes March 16 and includes office equipment, computers, phones, headsets, printers and tv’s. The final auction closes March 17 and includes office furnishings, including conference tables made from truck trailer decks, Knoll desks and office chairs. 

The first two auctions are open and online bidding is underway. An onsite preview of all four auctions will be held Friday, March 6 at Celadon headquarters on East 33rd Street from 10am to 1pm. Anyone interested in the final two auctions must pre-register. A complete list of available items, including pictures, can be found here

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