Ritchie Bros. Sells More Than C$72MM of Equipment in Edmonton, AB
MAR 13, 2023 - 7:30 am
Ritchie Bros. sold more than 5,500 equipment items, trucks and vehicles at its site in Edmonton, AB, generating more than C$72 million (more than $52 million) in gross transaction value.
The March 1 – 3, 2023 online and onsite auction attracted more than 15,300 bidders from 40+ countries, with approximately 93% of the equipment selling to Canadians, including 62% purchased by Albertans. The remaining 7% was purchased by international buyers from as far away as India, Vietnam and the United Arab Emirates.
“We continue to see our large buyer base across Canada and around the world driving strong results for consignors,” Blair Gogowich, regional sales manager, Ritchie Bros., said. “Next month, we will be back in Edmonton with our largest Canadian auction of the year. If you have equipment to sell, I encourage you to contact us today so we can start marketing your equipment to the world.”
2017 John Deere 670G LC VG hydraulic excavator – C$462,500
“Thank you to all our consignors and buyers,” Gogowich said. “It was great to see customers onsite on auction day inspecting equipment and networking with each other. See you all again for our next Edmonton sale on April 24 – 28.”
Ritchie Bros. has more than 75,000 equipment items and trucks in its upcoming auctions and online marketplaces, including more than 1,900+ items selling in Grande Prairie, AB on March 9 – 10; more than 2,100 items selling in a BC Regional Event on March 15 – 16 and 1,400 items selling in Lethbridge, AB on March 21 – 22.
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