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Iron Auction Group Holds Contractors Fleet Reduction Sale

Thu December 23, 2021 - Southeast Edition #26
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Iron Auction Group held an unreserved contractors fleet reduction auction on Dec.14, 2021, in Midland, N.C. The auction featured construction equipment, heavy and light duty trucks, trailers and contractor support equipment. There were more than 100 onsite bidders and an additional 350 bidding online. CEG

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(L-R): Barrett and Jim Flowe, both of J.O. Flowe Grading in Midlands, N.C., and Sammy Flowe of S.J. Flowe in Midland, N.C., were all interested in the larger excavators.
Kyle and Alisha Gannon of Gannon’s Logging in Yadkinville, N.C., came to bid on the Bobcat loaders and excavators.
The auction included John Deere, Bobcat, Komatsu and Cat excavators.
(L-R): Ross McMillan and Matt McGaffee, both of Iron Auction Group, catch up with Shane Ferguson of Cardinal Concrete in Midland, N.C.
David (L) and John Altizer of Altizer Grading in Midland, N.C., needed a few Bobcat loaders and were hoping to get a good deal on one of the newer machines.
Doc McGee (L) of McGee Brothers Inc. in Monroe, N.C., and Shane Ferguson, Cardinal Concrete in Midland, N.C., were looking at the equipment up for bid.
Looking over the Cat 953C crawler loaders are Todd (L) and Trey Upright, both of Full Service Septic in Salisbury, N.C.
(L-R): The smaller excavators caught the attention of Austin, Sherry and Matt Rorrer, all of SLR Enterprises in Stuart, Va.
Joseph May (L) and Hunter Clark, both of National Credit Funding in Charlotte, N.C., which specializes in heavy equipment finance up to five million dollars.
There were more than 100 onsite bidders and an additional 350 bidding online.




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