In keeping with Ohio's July weather, equipment buying heated up at Rosen & Company's 14th Annual Summer Heavy Equipment Machinery and CMHA Surplus Vehicle Auction, held in conjunction Buddy Barton Auctions, on July 17 in Cleveland.
According to Sheila Rosen, Rosen & Company president, the number of registered bidders set a record for the company with close to 300 equipment buyers in attendance at the auction site competing with approximately 1,000 online bidders.
Yoder & Frey announced a one day "disposal sale" on behalf of CCU Coal & Construction LLC, at the Zanesville, Ohio, depot on Aug. 20, 2020, with a broad inventory of machinery and equipment that is already drawing attention within the industry.
Alex Lyon & Son swept through Ohio with a series of auctions over a four-day period. The auctions kicked off on July 15 to liquidate the assets of BMC in New Waterford, Ohio.
The online and onsite auction featured a range of trucking and material hauling equipment including truck tractors, dump, pneumatic and rolloff trailers, rolloff containers and a large selection of truck tractors and trailers.
As Jeff Martin Auctioneers returns to its popular auction format featuring onsite and online bidding, the company has taken every precaution to ensure that its auctions are both highly successful and safe for those in attendance. The company's recent Central Ohio Heavy Equipment and Truck Auction, held in Columbus, Ohio, on July 9 was no exception.
Alcorta Forging Group will establish its first United States manufacturing operations and regional headquarters in Marysville, Ohio. The 100-year-old Spanish automotive supplier will invest $15 million and create 50 new jobs in the Columbus region, with a potential expansion to double in five years, pending state and local approvals.
More than a year after a massive landslide forced the closure of State Route 376, the road has been reopened. A 900-ft. section of the hillside above SR 376 began to move in February 2019, forcing the Ohio Department of Transportation to close the roadway and begin emergency repairs.
The Ohio Department of Transportation's (ODOT) $1.3 billion I-70/I-71 Downtown Ramp Up project in the city of Columbus (Franklin County) is helping to replace, upgrade and rehabilitate aging highway infrastructure in the downtown core and improve traffic flow and safety for motorists.
Rosen & Company, with Buddy Barton of Buddy Barton Auctions, held a construction and industrial equipment auction in Cleveland, Ohio, on June 12. Conducted at Collinwood Iron and Metal Recycling and Salvage's equipment yard and warehouse, the auction featured equipment ranging from dozers, excavators, skid steers and wheel loaders to trucks and a variety of recycling equipment as well other miscellaneous vehicles and equipment.
Construction crews in Ohio are working to complete a $250 million project created to bring an unprecedented fan experience to Cincinnati. Designed by the renowned architecture firm Populous, West End Stadium will serve as the home field of FC Cincinnati of Major League Soccer (MLS).
General Motors will build a new plant in Brookville, Ohio, that will produce parts for its 6.6L Duramax diesel V8 engine.
The automaker will invest $175 million in the new engine components facility. The plant will allow GM to increase production of its 6.6L L5P Duramax engine.
On May 17, heavy rains washed out a culvert and earth beneath the eastbound lanes of U.S. 30 near Upper Sandusky, Wyandot County, Ohio. An emergency culvert replacement project began to remove the failed corrugated metal culvert and replace it with a 78-in.