Yoder & Frey got 2018 off to a flying start by achieving record successes at its first two sales of the year.
This year's Kissimmee Florida Winter Consignment Auction saw more than 6,000 lots of new, used and surplus equipment, including approximately 1,000 engines, consigned and sold at this five day auction event, resulting in an increase of almost 30 percent in the final hammer from the 2017 sale. This was then followed on March 15 with another record one-day sale in Ashland, Ohio — up almost 40 percent on the hammer total achieved a year ago.
More than 13,350 bidders from 90 countries registered to participate in the Orlando auction Feb. 19 to 24, 2018, including more than 8,600 online bidders who purchased more than $123 million (44 percent) of the equipment.
U.S. bidders purchased approximately 80 percent of the equipment in the auction, while international bidders from such countries as Canada, Mexico, Ecuador, Australia and China purchased 20 percent of the equipment.
Yoder & Frey held its 2018 Florida auctions Feb. 13 to 17 in Kissimmee, Fla.
Bidders from around the United States and the world participated in person and online, making the sales a huge success for Yoder & Frey. Those who attended were greeted with several very noticeable positive changes and enhancements to the auction experience.
Construction Equipment Guide (CEG) has been attending and covering the annual Florida Auctions since the 1970s. Like many of you, we can't pass up a great opportunity to beat the winter doldrums up north to soak in some warm, sunny Florida weather in February.
The annual mega-sale of construction equipment at the 2018 Florida Auctions is almost here with the gavels set to drop throughout February in the Orlando-Kissimmee, Fla., area.
Equipment buyers from all over the world descend on Central Florida during the month, looking to add new and used pieces to their yards.
Jeff Martin Auctioneers held its inaugural three-day auction in Kissimmee, Fla., from Feb. 12 to 14. Day one featured dozers, excavators wheel loaders, skid steers, attachments and more. Day two featured forklifts, aerial equipment, generators, engines and farm equipment, while day three featured trucks, trailers and specialty items.
For the 25th consecutive year, Alex Lyon & Son held its annual Florida Auctions in Kissimmee, Fla.
The nine-day auction, which ran from Feb. 3 through Feb. 11, saw a wide array of equipment and vehicles go on the block, including heavy iron, agriculture equipment, landscape equipment, UTVs, collectible cars, motorcycles, pick-up trucks, attachments, cranes and lifts and more.
Yoder & Frey, auctioneers of heavy construction and agricultural equipment in the USA, has announced the auction schedule for the Kissimmee heavy equipment winter sale in Florida between Feb. 13 and 17, 2018, which will see three separate sales rings on each of the five days used to accommodate the phenomenal volume of quality new, used and surplus equipment, including around 1,000 engines, being consigned to this auction.
Yoder & Frey, auctioneers of heavy construction and agricultural equipment in the United States, is working to accommodate the volume of quality used and surplus equipment now being consigned and shipped to the upcoming Kissimmee winter sale to be held in Florida between Feb.
With three weeks still to go, the Ritchie Bros. Orlando auction already looks to have one of the best selections of equipment the company has ever assembled. More than 10,000 equipment items and trucks are already listed to sell in the six-day unreserved auction — approximately 39 percent more items than this time last year.
Due to strong early demand from consignors, Ritchie Bros. has decided to set the stage for its premier global auction in Orlando, Fla., to be even bigger this year — extending the event to six days. Starting on Monday, Feb. 19 and running through Saturday, Feb.