The auction included trucks, trailers, pickup trucks, light towers and generators. The larger excavators, dozers and wheel loaders for sale were mainly manufactured by Komatsu.
The auction exceeded expectations and drew bidders from across the country bidding both live on-site and online. CEG
(L-R) are Tim Herring, Matt and Wes Addair, all of A&A Energy in Belfast, Va., and Jared McGaffee of Iron Auction Group.
This Komatsu D51EX dozer caught the attention of Jim Boger of AIS Construction Equipment Corp. in Lansing, Mich.
(L-R) are Jeff Taylor of Ultra Group Cedar Bluff, Va.; Ross McMillan; Matt, Terry and Jared McGaffee; Mike Finley and Sam Ingram, all of Iron Auction Group.
Chad (L) and Brandon Lampkin of Bull Worx in Lebanon, Va., braved the cold November morning to pick up a few pieces of late-model Komatsu equipment.
Jeremy Baker (L) of Baker’s Construction in Bluff City, Tenn., and Matt McQueen of Power Equipment Company in Kingsport, Tenn.
Jeff Richardson (L) and Robert Deeb, both of DCI Shiers in Bluefield, W.Va., came to the sale to buy a few Komatsu dozers.
(L-R): Brandon Henkes and Terry Parks, both of AAA Paving in Princeton, W.Va., caught up with their Rudd Equipment salesman, Rob Newsome.