Buyers Find Bargains at North Country Auctions' Sale

📅   Thu July 20, 2017 - Northeast Edition #15


Logan Jakubowicz (L) and his father, Eric, of Brookside Equipment, Phillipston, Mass., were checking out this vintage GMC.
Logan Jakubowicz (L) and his father, Eric, of Brookside Equipment, Phillipston, Mass., were checking out this vintage GMC.
Logan Jakubowicz (L) and his father, Eric, of Brookside Equipment, Phillipston, Mass., were checking out this vintage GMC. Patrick Cruz (L) and John DeCruz of Liberty Construction, Worcester, Mass., look over this Gradall 534C-9 telehandler. Bill Wilbur (L) and Chris Wilbur, co-owners of Wilco Development of Warwick, R.I., are interested in this Ford truck. The North County sale featured an extensive fleet of on-road trucks and dumps. North Country’s auctioneers are always working hard to engage the crowd and put the equipment in the hands of eager buyers. This local contractor was eager to try out this Cat 420E loader backhoe. North Country’s team travels around the sale in mobile trucks to track the online bids coming in while the other auctioneers manage the ground bidders. The North Country Auctions sale featured a large fleet of loaders, excavators, skid steers and mini-excavators.

North Country Auctions hosted a multi-million-dollar sale in Wrentham, Mass., on June 10.

The sale featured major heavy equipment and trucks from numerous local contractors, including Green Mountain Mulch of Derby, Vt.; SLT Construction of Carver, Mass.; and Barrup Farms, of Vermont.

The sale attracted more than 440 ground bidders plus an additional 250 online bidders and brought in more than $3 million in sales.

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