IronPlanet Offers 1,700+ Equipment Items in Two-Day Auction
MAR 16, 2018 - 7:40 am
Ritchie Bros. will hold a two-day IronPlanet online auction starting on March 22 with more than 1,700 equipment items from 46 U.S. states and nine Canadian provinces.
Equipment highlights in the auction include 95 truck tractors, 90 excavators, 50 compactors, 50 wheel loaders, 40 dozers, 30 dump trucks, 30 mixer trucks, 25 flatbed trucks, 20 motor graders, 20 skid steer loaders and 40 pickup trucks.
“We have a great selection of equipment—including a large quantity of late-model assets—in our Big Spring Auction next week from a variety sectors, particularly construction and transportation gear,” said Jeff Jeter, president of U.S. Sales for Ritchie Bros. “We will be selling equipment for owners located across the United States, including gear from Hutton Inc. and Palda & Sons Inc. in Minnesota. We’ve also seen an uptick of assets from Canadian consignors for this auction, including a nice package of forestry equipment from Major’s Logging Ltd., based in Newfoundland and Labrador.
“Items are now available for viewing at IronPlanet.com, with full inspection reports. Priority bids can be made right away and the auction will start next Thursday and Friday.”
More than 80 items will be sold for Hutton Inc. in the auction, including plows, dozers, excavators, trailers and pickup trucks.
“We’re retiring after 25 years in business and came to Ritchie Bros. because they’re the auction experts,” said Scott Hutton of Hutton Inc. “Selling through IronPlanet is fast and efficient. We have a large selection of late-model equipment and through IronPlanet we can market our gear to the world.”
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