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Cat Auction Services Holds Second of Two Twin Cities Sales

Sat May 22, 2010 - Midwest Edition
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Cat Auction Services Territory Manager Chad Weidemann (L) chats with Vaughn Veit of Veit Companies, Rogers, Minn., the nation’s 15th largest contractor.
Cat Auction Services Territory Manager Chad Weidemann (L) chats with Vaughn Veit of Veit Companies, Rogers, Minn., the nation’s 15th largest contractor.
Cat Auction Services Territory Manager Chad Weidemann (L) chats with Vaughn Veit of Veit Companies, Rogers, Minn., the nation’s 15th largest contractor. Valerie Harries, executive assistant to Rick Albin of Cat Auction Services, Shakopee, Minn., said it was very exciting to be part of CAS. Brad Grafe (L) and Mike Monroe of Valley Transportations, Grand Meadow, Minn., said that people come to the auction to buy equipment and Valley Transportations help them get it home. The company handles all types of equipment hauling. Earl Lutz of Ceres Environmental Services Inc., Brooklyn Park, Minn., whose company is involved in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill clean up, eyes up this Volvo A25C 14-yarder. Dusty Perry of Peterson Companies Inc., Chisago City, Minn., bought a 2002 Cat roller for $35,000 and is taking a look at this Bobcat 435 excavator. Ryan Erickson, president of Erickson Builders & Company, St Michael, Minn., checks over this Cat D6 and is looking for some all-terrain equipment, packers and a mini-excavator. Jay Morrell of JME Companies, Monticello, Minn., looks for excavators like this Cat 312CL. Dresel’s Aggregate owner Joe Dresel (L), Moose Lake, Minn., and Wolf Creek Elk Ranch Inc.’s Klint Wylie of Sturgeon Lake, Minn., check out the latest issue of the Construction Equipment Guide while discussing this Cat 345BL excavator.

Cat Auction Services held the second of two consecutive events in the Twin Cities on May 6 in Blaine, Minn., with a complete dispersal of equipment for Glenn Rehbein Excavating Inc. More than 400 people registered to bid on the wide range of construction equipment, leading to a packed house and highly active online bidding.