Tiger Group Auctioning Equipment from Advanced Pavement Group
MAR 3, 2021 - 6:34 am
Tiger Group will be accepting bids until March 9 for an online auction of heavy equipment, paving equipment, trucks, trailers and tools from Advanced Pavement Group (APG), a paving contractor based in the Northeast. The assets are located at the company’s sites in New Castle, DE; Downingtown, PA; Millville, NJ; and Islip, NY.
The multimillion-dollar liquidation may be of particular interest to construction companies and contractors involved in roadwork, drainage projects, parking lot repairs and road-salting/snow-removal.
“GCs and specialty contractors also stand to benefit from auction pricing on tools and rolling stock,” Chad Farrell, managing director of Tiger’s commercial and industrial division, said. “This is a large sale, with more than 650 trucks, trailers and heavy equipment assets on offer, as well as hundreds of general and specialized tools and thousands of parts. In most cases, these assets are less than 10 years old and are in good condition. The timing of this sale couldn’t be better, as March is the beginning of contractors’ busy season — an ideal time to bolster the fleet and prep for jobs in the pipeline.”
The available lots include:
Marini and Bomag milling machines
LeeBoy and Midland pavers\
Dynapac, Wacker, Caterpillar and Bomag rollers
Caterpillar and Case loaders, excavators and dozers
Vacuum sweeper trucks
Salter and plow trucks
Mack dump trucks
Mack, Freightliner and Peterbilt tractor trucks
Utility and maintenance trucks
Lowboy and equipment trailers
Thousands of unused parts
Online bidding at SoldTiger.com will close on March 9 at 10 a.m. PST. All bidders are required to register prior to the sale at SoldTiger.com. Inspection of the assets on the day before the auction is by appointment-only at APG’s locations in Delaware, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
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