SAN BERNARDINO, CA - Grejor Company, Inc. closes its San Bernardino, California furniture manufacturing facility, according to an auction announcement by Industrial Recovery Services (irsauctions.com), an auction house. The sales closes Feb. 16.
The privately held firm, headed by Jorge Aroche, built moderately-priced solid wood residential furniture, including oak beds, book cases, and home office furnishings, sold through third-party retailers.
Boasting "solid value in real wood furniture" that was "built for a lifetime of use," Grejor worked in solid hardwoods and select veneers.
Offered for sale at the auction, accessible online, are a 10-year-old 52-inch Timesaver wide-belt planer/sander, Paul 14MKL optimizing chop saw, SCMI Super Set 5-head moulder, Weima Tiger 400 wood grinder/shredder, Selco EBT 120 rear load and front load panel saws, and Mereen Johnson gang rip saw, and Biesse Rover 15 machining center, among many pieces of equipment.
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