Jeff Martin Auctioneers Holds Successful Absolute Public Auction in Stanton, Texas

Wed July 19, 2017 - West Edition #15
Construction Equipment Guide


Customers wait to place their bids on a lineup of truck tractors sold absolute on June 21 at Jeff Martin Auctioneers’ Stanton sale.
Customers wait to place their bids on a lineup of truck tractors sold absolute on June 21 at Jeff Martin Auctioneers’ Stanton sale.
Customers wait to place their bids on a lineup of truck tractors sold absolute on June 21 at Jeff Martin Auctioneers’ Stanton sale.
These gentlemen were inspecting a 2005 Caterpillar 420D loader backhoe in line for the Stanton, Texas, auction.
This 2000 Grove GMK5210 all-terrain crane went to a new owner on June 21, in the Permian Basin absolute public auction held in Stanton, Texas.

Jeff Martin Auctioneers Inc. held a successful Permian Basin Absolute Public Auction in Stanton, Texas, on June 21.

This public auction was held for several consignors including multi-national corporations down to single piece contractors liquidating inventory. More than 523 buyers participated in live and online bidding, some from as far as Haiti, Washington, New Mexico and New York.

Highlights from the auction include 90 Frac tanks, 23 road tractors, a 2000 Grove GMK5120 all terrain crane, and a 2015 Freightliner M2106 S/A mechanics truck.

Jeff Martin Auctioneers' next two-day auction in Brooklyn, Miss., will be the Early Fall Public Auction held Aug. 11 to 12. Live and online bidding will be offered both days. This auction will feature construction equipment, heavy trucks, farm equipment, attachments, vehicles and related items.

For more information, visit jeffmartinauctioneers.com.

CEG




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