The auction featured a variety of asphalt paving equipment along with excavators, skid steers and other construction equipment as well as a large selection of trucks and transport equipment. While onsite bidders consisted largely of equipment buyers from Ohio and surrounding states, the sale drove heavy online bidding as well.
Based in Archbold, Ohio, Frey & Sons is a family owned business with three generations of involvement in the company, providing real estate brokerage services, equipment appraisal services and site based and online equipment auctions throughout the year.
Jason Roberts of Roberts Paving and son, Grady, try out a Cat 345C L excavator at the auction.
(L-R): Starr Parts & Equipment’s Mark Francis is joined by his father, Bill, along with Starr Parts & Equipment President Butch McCaleb to take in the auction activities.
Brothers Kevin (L) and Mark Frey, the two sons of Frey & Sons, teamed up to keep the bidding moving along smoothly and at a fast pace.
(L-R): Emil Fabrizi and Shawn Kaser of Fabrizi Trucking & Paving, along with Tony Farinacci of Tri-County Concrete, were at the auction looking for equipment bargains.
(L-R): Darrick Farmer, Joseph Hudson and Bobby Davern of Shamrock Asphalt landed several winning bids at the auction.
Joe Giulitto (L) of Giulitto Trucking catches up with Kevin Edwards of the Shelly Company.
In from Wampum, Pa., Todd Youngblood of Youngblood Paving found a seat on a roller to wait until the tankers came up for bid.