More than 100 items from Halifax-based Jack Fielden Joiners’ manufacturing premises are currently up for sale by online auction in an auction.

Asset advisory firm Walker Singleton, which has an office on Halifax, is hosting the online auction and has invited bids on the manufacturing facility’s contents. The firm was appointed by Jack Fielden Joiners’ directors as part of a business restructure.

The auction includes wood working machinery, power tools and support equipment, as well as hard and soft woods and additional woodworking accessories. All the lots can be viewed here.

Jack Fielden Joiners has taken the decision to restructure its current manufacturing facility to enable the business to concentrate on a unique and traditional workload. The company will utilise the manufacturing techniques of an affiliated local business and continue to provide general joinery services.

Commenting on the restructuring, director, Thomas Fielden, said: “The global pandemic, and the subsequent increase in the cost of living, has initiated unusual trading conditions and by adapting to the current market our existing and future customer base will flourish.

“Continuing to produce quality craftmanship and general joinery services at a competitive price point, we will provide bespoke joinery solutions and look forward to working with customers old and new.”

Walker Singleton asset advisory director, Dan Hey, commented: “The online auction offers a range of quality conventional woodworking machinery together with the usual workshop contents that will suit competing businesses and enthusiasts alike.

“We would recommend anyone interested in taking part in the auction to come to the viewing day and see for themselves the breadth and standard of the equipment available.”