Steve DeBaun, owner of Track II Corporation, retired after 30 years with the company.
Track II is a company that buys, rents and sells used construction machinery, primarily Caterpillar, and sells new aftermarket and used parts. Additionally, Track II offers some repair work for their customers.
Following up on its successful IronPlanet “Big Spring” event in March, Ritchie Bros. is set to host another special IronPlanet online event on May 24, selling 2,100+ items from sellers across North America.
Equipment highlights in the May 24 auction include 215+ truck tractors, 135+ excavators, 65+ compactors, 45+ skid steers, 30+ dozers, 25+ backhoes, 20+ cranes, 20+ motor graders, 85+ aerial work platforms, 35+ dump trucks, 35+ mixer trucks, 20 telehandlers, 35 flatbed trucks, 30+ service/utility trucks, 20+ asphalt pavers, 10+ agricultural tractors, 60+ pickup trucks, and more.
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.
Machinery auction expert Ritchie Bros. is about to raise its stake in the Australian market with the introduction of its new online-only brand: IronPlanet. Complementing Ritchie Bros.' onsite auctions, IronPlanet is an online-only marketplace offering new benefits to customers, including selling without transporting items to a centralized location and the ability to sell items for a fixed price, negotiate offers or set a reserve.
For the past three years, IronPlanet's GovPlanet marketplace has been helping the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) sell thousands of its surplus assets. After seeing consistently strong returns, the DLA has extended its contract with GovPlanet until at least September 2018. "We sell hundreds of items per week for the DLA through our GovPlanet marketplace, including construction equipment, trucks, trailers, Humvees and more," said Greg Owens, group president, new sectors and ventures, Ritchie Bros.
After years of competing, Ritchie Bros. and IronPlanet realized it was best to work together to provide a unified set of solutions allowing customers to buy, sell and list equipment when, where and how they want — whether onsite or online. Ritchie Bros.
Ritchie Bros. , the world's largest heavy equipment auctioneer and provider of end-to-end services announced June 1, that it completed its acquisition of IronPlanet, a leading online marketplace for heavy equipment and other durable assets. Ritchie Bros.
When Ritchie Bros. recently received unconditional antitrust clearance from the U.S. Department of Justice for its IronPlanet acquisition, an exclamation mark was symbolically placed on the end of a process to acquire the leading online auctioneer that started in late summer 2016.
Ritchie Bros. , the world's largest heavy equipment auctioneer and provider of end-to-end services (NYSE & TSX: RBA), today announced the receipt of unconditional antitrust clearance from the U.S. Department of Justice for the proposed acquisition of IronPlanet, a leading online marketplace for heavy equipment and other durable assets.
EY today announced that Gregory J. Owens, IronPlanet Chairman and CEO, is a finalist for the Entrepreneur Of The Year 2017 Award in Northern California. The awards program, which is celebrating its 31st year, recognizes entrepreneurs who are excelling in areas such as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.
EY announced that Gregory J. Owens, IronPlanet chairman and CEO, is a semifinalist for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2017 Northern California Region Award. Now celebrating its 31st year, the awards program recognizes entrepreneurs in more than 145 cities and 60 countries who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.