Aaron Strayer (L) and Josh Nickeson of Hurtle Construction consider this Cat 315C.
Cat Auction Services (CAS) held an unreserved public auction May 22 in Scranton, Pa. The auction had a huge live attendance, and more than 44 percent of attendees were first time CAS?bidders.
A number of machines up for sale were TA-1 inspected and many were either eligible or included extended protection plans (EPPs). In addition, Cat Finance and Cat Commercial Accounts staff was on site to assist customers.
More than $7 million worth of equipment was sold at the auction. Highlights of the sale included a 2007 Cat D8T that sold for $275,000; a 2011 Cat 336EL that sold for $207,500; and a Mack GU713 for $112,500.
Upcoming auctions include an eQuipment yard sale on June 18 and two live events starting on June 17 in Minot, N.D., and June 24 in Winchester, Va.
Gary Trettel, president and CEO?of Cat Auction Services said that the company’s goal is to create a positive environment at every sale.
“In every new market we serve, Cat Auction Services’ goal is to leave a very positive impression on our customers. For consignors, that means fair and honest discussions on values, auction rates and make-ready charges. Equally important is the impression for our buyers on, detailed inspections, a comfortable auction environment with friendly staff, and professional auctioneers with excellent integrity. In the northeast region of Pennsylvania, we believe we were able to accomplish these goals and gain the trust of our customers,” said Trettel.
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