Joey Martin Hosts Another Successful Auction

The sale was conducted for complete liquidation for a site prep contractor.

Mon August 29, 2016 - Southeast Edition #18
Construction Equipment Guide


Tim Thompson (L) and John Short, both of Thompson Grading & Clearing, Bowden, Ga., begin their inspection of this Cat 345 BL excavator.
Tim Thompson (L) and John Short, both of Thompson Grading & Clearing, Bowden, Ga., begin their inspection of this Cat 345 BL excavator.
Tim Thompson (L) and John Short, both of Thompson Grading & Clearing, Bowden, Ga., begin their inspection of this Cat 345 BL excavator. Tony Patterson (L) of Joey Martin Auctioneers and Brent Beverly of BTM Machinery, Charleston, S.C., discuss some of the machines about to go on the auction block. Barry Reese (L), Whitesburg, Ga., and Wayne Cole, Temple, Ga., retired contractors, look for a bargain on some compact machines. Jimmy Gray (L) and James Short of James Short Tractors & Equipment, Carnesville, Ga., test a  New Holland backhoe loader. Nancy Sisk (L) and Andy McClure, Joey Martin Auctioneers, register bidders for the sale. (L-R): David Taylor, Joey Martin and Chris Trotter, read the morning announcements. Caleb Phillips (L), Granite Mountain Machinery, Conyers, Ga., and Don McCullers, Wright Pipe & Grading, Loganville, Ga., check out a Komatsu dozer. A trio of late-model Bobcat CTLs were available at the sale.

Joey Martin Auctioneers held another successful on-site auction in Fairburn, Ga., on Aug. 16. The sale was conducted for complete liquidation for a site prep contractor, which consisted of a fleet of well-maintained trucks, trailers and more.




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