JM Wood

JM Wood held a four-day auction from Sept. 22 to 25 at the company's Montgomery, Ala., headquarters facility. There were a total of 4,013 lots, worth $46,239,320 sold across the ramp. Slightly more than $16 million ($16,441,285) of inventory was sold online (121 states, countries, territory/provinces registered to bid online).

The JM Wood three-day auction saw a dramatic return to normalcy in the post COVID-19 environment. The auction company held its event from June 16 to 18 at its company headquarters in Montgomery, Ala. Onsite auction attendance was substantially larger than the March sale, while still including the continuation of all mandated cleanliness protocols to keep attendees safe and secure.

JM Wood held a big five-day auction from March 17 through March 21 at the company's Montgomery, Ala., headquarters facility. The auction was live all five days and pre-inspections were available before any piece went on the auction block. However, with the coronavirus pandemic, JM Wood encouraged customers to bid online, and many safeguards were in place and obvious to the attendees at the sale site to ensure safety for all.

Another big success for the recent end-of-year JM Wood sale on Dec. 4 and Dec. 5 at the company's Montgomery, Ala., headquarters facility. The line-up of construction equipment, trucks, trailers and forestry equipment was as strong as ever, including a spectacular selection of hydraulic excavators.

A great onsite and online presence at the recent three-day JM Wood sale on September 17 to 19 at the company's Montgomery, Ala., headquarters facility. The lineup of construction equipment, trucks, trailers and forestry equipment was as strong as ever.

Another terrific lineup of construction equipment, trucks, trailers and forestry equipment was showcased at JM Wood Auction's 46th annual summer sale from June 11 to 13 at their Montgomery, Ala., headquarters facility. "This was one of our best June auctions in memory," said Bryant Wood.

Wheeler Johnson recently joined the staff of JM Wood Auction and will represent the needs of customers and prospects and for sourcing machines in the state of North Carolina. Johnson is a native of Nashville, Tenn., and spent the last 23 years working in various positions in the construction and auction industries.

J.M. Wood Auction held its 46th annual spring auction at its headquarters in Montgomery, Ala, March 19 through 22. The sale included a lineup of construction equipment, trucks, trailers, and forestry equipment with more than 5,000 lots generating $77.4 million in total sales across the ramp and $16.8 million in online sales.

JM Wood Auction held a two-day auction at its headquarters facility in Montgomery, Ala., on Dec. 5 and 6. It was the company's final sale of 2018. The auction, which featured equipment from Alabama Power Company, Flint Equipment, Alabama Counties/Cities and more than 250 other sources, generated $22 million in sales, including $4.3 million in online sales.

JM Wood Auction held its 45th annual three-day fall auction Sept. 18 to 20 at its facility in Montgomery, Ala. The auction presented a lineup of construction equipment, trucks, trailers and forestry equipment. Highlights included a group of 2018 Mack GU713 and 2018 Kenworth T800 dump trucks from several Alabama counties, as well as 2015 Cat 336FLs from a pipeline contractor who was updating his fleet.

JM Wood held another successful three-day auction at its headquarters facility in Montgomery, Ala., on June 12, 13 and 14. The total sales volume across the ramp was $33,027,625; $8,000,000 of this total was brought in by online sales. A whopping 65.9 percent of the entire auction was affected by Internet bidders, forcing the onsite bidders to up their bids in order to win.