Seminole, Texas, was the site of a two-day equipment auction from June 9 to 10. The Iron Bound Auctions event marked the return of live auctions in Texas, and an enthusiastic crowd was on hand to bid on a huge selection of equipment ranging from light towers to motor graders.
Contractors, farmers and ranchers descended on Seminole, Texas, Aug. 20 to 21 for Iron Bound Auction's two-day equipment sale. This was the second-biggest sale in the company's history.
A huge selection of construction and oilfield equipment was available to both online and in person bidders.
Iron Bound Auctions held its March 26 sale at its yard in Odessa, Texas, located at 17700 I-20 West, Odessa, Texas 79763. Iron Bound also has auction sites in Seminole, Texas, and Dalhart, Texas.
A large crowd of bidders was on site and was joined by online buyers from all over the world.
Seminole, Texas, near the west Texas border with New Mexico, has been known for two things for a very long time: oil and cotton. But soon, large-scale equipment auctions may be synonymous with the town as well if Johan Krahn has anything to say about it.