Over 1550 assets at Ritchie Bros. end-of-year auction

Running from November 30 to December 1, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers’ National Unreserved End-of-Year Auction will see more than 1550 assets going under the hammer.

Registrations have now opened, and bidding is set to commence on Saturday November 26.

Large consignments from AR Logistics, Roadtrans, and Forest Enterprises Development & Consulting (FEDC) will be included in Ritchie Bros. final auction of the year.

Ritchie Bros. says there is strong demand for second-hand machinery on the back of continuing supply constraints. Buyers have already started viewing assets online and at seven Ritchie Bros. locations around Australia – Adelaide, Brisbane, Dubbo, Geelong, Mittagong, Newcastle and Perth.

Recently appointed APAC sales director, Cody Watson, adds that the auction will be a great opportunity for buyers to source all the equipment they need before the new year without the long wait times.

“With over 380 transport assets and over 600 construction assets including 111 prime movers and 64 excavators already consigned to the auction, we’re expecting a lot of interest,” Watson said.

“Ritchie Bros. is the world’s largest machinery marketplace, leveraging its extensive global database of buyers to achieve maximum sale prices for consigners, while delivering great deals for buyers.”

Highlight assets in the unreserved auction include:

Bidders can expect to see items from the transport, construction, mining, and agricultural industries.

The event will be held exclusively online. Interested buyers are urged to register to bid, with bidding opening on Saturday, November 26. Day one of the auction (November 30) will be dedicated to construction and crushing gear while day two (December 1) will focus on transportation and agricultural assets.

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