Cat Auction Services Welcomes Guests to Minneapolis Sale

During the sale, customers had the opportunity to consign their surplus equipment to see it sell to the highest bidder or shop Cat's quality used iron to add to their own fleet.

Fri May 09, 2014 - Midwest Edition
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All types of equipment were on sale at the Cat Auction like this Terex BT-4792.
All types of equipment were on sale at the Cat Auction like this Terex BT-4792.
All types of equipment were on sale at the Cat Auction like this Terex BT-4792. Another successful Cat Auction. Great weather and a great turnout for another successful Cat Auction. Many pieces of equipment were for sale. Mike Lambert of M&D Truck & Equipment Sales in Monroe, Wis., is looking to add some equipment like this Cat 304 CR excavator. M&M Contracting, Breckenridge, Minn., owner, Merrill Miranowski, picked up this Volvo L220D loader for his company. Jerry Witte, Ziegler CAT, Des Moines, Iowa, checks over this Cat 349E just purchased by Lieber Construction, Sioux City, Iowa. Two of Cat Auction Services Territory Managers, Brent Nicklay (L) and Joe Pesante, thank all of the attendees at the Minneapolis  auction. Rich Hawkins, of Richland Motors just bought this 953 Cat dozer. Brooke Sanders (L), Cat Auction Services marketing coordinator with Sam Kramer, finance coordinator, Eagan, Minn.

Cat Auction Services welcomed customers to an unreserved public auction in its hometown of Minneapolis, Minn., on April 22.

During the sale, customers had the opportunity to consign their surplus equipment to see it sell to the highest bidder or shop Cat’s quality used iron to add to their own fleet.

For more information, visit http://www.catauctions.com/.




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