Lloyd Meekins & Sons Welcomes Guests to Public Auction

The sale featured late-model job-ready construction and transportation equipment from regional contractors.

Wed September 02, 2015 - Southeast Edition
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(L-R): Shaun Hodge, Hodge Excavating & Grading in Wilmington; Leroy Elton, Elton Construction in Supply, N.C.; and Larry Barnes, The Larry Barnes Company in Smithfield, N.C., look over the selection of excavators.
(L-R): Shaun Hodge, Hodge Excavating & Grading in Wilmington; Leroy Elton, Elton Construction in Supply, N.C.; and Larry Barnes, The Larry Barnes Company in Smithfield, N.C., look over the selection of excavators.
(L-R): Shaun Hodge, Hodge Excavating & Grading in Wilmington; Leroy Elton, Elton Construction in Supply, N.C.; and Larry Barnes, The Larry Barnes Company in Smithfield, N.C., look over the selection of excavators. Robert Armstrong, Armstrong Contracting in Columbia, inspects the equipment. The sale featured a few older and unique automobiles. This Cat 330D sold to a contractor from south Georgia. Mickey Meekins conducts the sale. David and his son Tripp Smith, both of Smith Custom Brick & Stone in Winston-Salem, N.C., enjoy their time at the sale. Bidders shop a wide variety of equipment including a selection of backhoes from JCB, Komatsu, Case and Cat. Hubert Davis of Davis Timber Company in Bladenboro, N.C., tries out this John Deere 700J LGP.

Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company held a public auction on Aug. 18 at its permanent auction facility in Lumberton, N.C. The sale featured late-model job-ready construction and transportation equipment from regional contractors.

Lloyd Meekins & Sons is a family-owned auction business, which has been dedicated to its customers for more than 35 years. From small-scale auctions to large multi-day auctions, Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company offers its customers service and versatility when purchasing or selling equipment at the company’s auctions.




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