Wojtech is looking to sell some of its popular machines to investors who would use them to build a new eumach machines factory.
The company is currently in talks with a few investors about buying the machines, which have been used to mill machinery at its plant in Pimlico, and turning them into eumache machines.
The company said it is interested in selling its milling machines at about $1,500 a unit.
Eumach has also recently been a favorite of investors, including some major institutional investors, because of the way the machines have been designed.
They are able to do the task of building a machine by combining a number of different parts.
WojTech has been operating a plant in the Philadelphia area since the mid-1990s and employs more than 5,000 people.
The company was founded in the 1960s by its founder, Joseph Wojtaszek, who wanted to turn his grandfathers’ machines into a product line of eumaches.
It made a few successful products, but they were too small and inefficient to compete with other makers of the machines.
It’s not surprising that the company has been looking for a new investor to help it expand its production capacity.
The machines are the focus of WojTaszek’s next plan, which is to begin production of new eummach machines, and sell those machines to people who want to use them in manufacturing.
It would also make sense to turn the machines into an auction platform for new machines, as the machine maker is already a popular seller of machines at auction.
The bidding would start with a limited amount of machines and could go up to the maximum bid.
WojTech said in a statement that it is considering several investors, but no specific bids have been made.