Ritchie Bros. to Sell More Than 35K Items Across 29 International Auctions
JUN 23, 2020 - 6:30 am
This week, Ritchie Bros. is selling more than 35,000 equipment items in 29 auctions across the U.S., Canada, France, Germany and Australia. In five days, the company will sell more than 3,800 truck tractors, more than 900 excavators, more than 600 wheel loaders and more than 350 dozers across its three main selling solutions: Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, IronPlanet and Marketplace-E. Due to COVID-19, all auctions will continue to be online-only events.
Two of the auctions will be held in Houston and Edmonton, AB. Close to 15,000 items will sell in these two auctions alone. A few specific highlights include a 2015 Tadano GR-750XL 75-ton 4x4x4 rough terrain crane (Houston), two 2018 Caterpillar D6T LGP dozers (Edmonton) and an unused 2019 Western Star 4700SB custom vac Chinook 10,450-litre hydro vac truck (Edmonton).
Ritchie Bros. will also be conducting a Northeast Regional Auction, selling more than 5,800 equipment items from four different locations — North East, MD; North Franklin, CT; Pittsburgh; and Williamsport, PA — in one auction.
The company also has four other site auctions in Columbus, OH; North Battleford, SK; Los Angeles; and Gonzalez, LA. All these auctions, including the Edmonton and Houston events, will be held as online-bidding only events with a live auctioneer.
The company will also hold 20 timed auctions at its sites in Saint-Aubin-sur-Gaillon, France; Meppen, Germany; and 18 on-farm locations across Western Canada.
Ritchie Bros. also will conduct a quarter-end online auction featuring a selection of mining and aggregate equipment, and a special Australian auction event on IronPlanet.com.
There are also thousands of items available for sale on the company’s Marketplace-E channel.
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