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Harry Davis to Conduct Liquidations of Selected Closed RHI Facilities

June 21, 2002
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Harry Davis & Co. is conducting major liquidations of selected closed facilities of AP Green Industries, Harbison-Walker and North American Refractories Co. (NARCO), due to ongoing restructuring. Auctions are being scheduled of complete facilities, including refractory manufacturing equipment, bulk material handling machines and all related equipment. The auction schedule currently includes AP Green, Middletown, Pa., Thursday, July 11; NARCO, Indian Hill and Ione, Calif., late July; and Tri-Star, Cincinnati, Ohio, August. An extensive auction and liquidation campaign will follow at what is reportedly the world's largest refractory facility in Mexico, Mo.

All sales are being conducted by Harry & Davis Co. as the exclusive agent for RHI America. Interested parties should direct inquiries to Leonard Davis or Kevin Detman at (800) 775-2289, fax (412) 765-0910 or e-mail info@harrydavis.com. Detailed lists, photos and an updated auction schedule are available at http://www.harrydavis.com.

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