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Cold Temperatures Can’t Slow Ritchie Bros.’ Sale in Novi

Wed December 07, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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Steve Jackson (L) of Jackson-Merkey Contractors is joined by Larry Behrenwald of AIS Construction Equipment to watch the auction activities.
Steve Jackson (L) of Jackson-Merkey Contractors is joined by Larry Behrenwald of AIS Construction Equipment to watch the auction activities.
Steve Jackson (L) of Jackson-Merkey Contractors is joined by Larry Behrenwald of AIS Construction Equipment to watch the auction activities. (L-R): Brian and Deb Cataldo of Greenscape chat with Harry Elmazaj of M.K. Painting. Todd Chartier (L) of ML Chartier catches up with Michigan CAT’s Mike Johnson. (L-R): Andy Rose of HiPoint Aggregate Equipment teams up with Kevin Dehart of Wiegand Crushing Company and Pete Granzow of A&E Aggregate to check out the aggregate equipment. Ritchie Bros.’ Jim Valentine keeps the bidding activity moving along at a rapid clip. Sam Zahr (L) and Kassem Laila of KML Trading consider a Caterpillar 330 excavator for export to Africa. Dexter Erves (L) of H&D Landscaping joins Bill Hayes of Hayes Land Corp to look at the equipment. (L-R): Joseph Giorgi of Giorgi Concrete, Randy Ingratta of Ingratta Cement and Joe Papia of Joe Papia Excavating came in from Windsor, Ontario, hoping to head back home with some bargains.

Ritchie Bros. held an auction Nov. 3 in Novi, Mich. A large crowd of bidders from Michigan, surrounding states and Canada were on hand to bid on the equipment. Machines up for bid ranged from dozers, excavators and skid steer loaders to attachments, work trucks and screen plants. In addition to the on-site action, the auction drew lively bidding online.

For more information, please visit www.rbauction.com.