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More Than 1,800 Onsite, Online Bidders Battle for More Than 1,800 Items at Ritchie North East, Md.,

Sat May 29, 2010 - Northeast Edition
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The used equipment staff of Cleveland Brothers, Harrisburg, Pa., was represented at the Ritchie Bros. sale. (L-R) are Joe Goncalves, Tammy Weidman and Tom Jamieson.
The used equipment staff of Cleveland Brothers, Harrisburg, Pa., was represented at the Ritchie Bros. sale. (L-R) are Joe Goncalves, Tammy Weidman and Tom Jamieson.
The used equipment staff of Cleveland Brothers, Harrisburg, Pa., was represented at the Ritchie Bros. sale. (L-R) are Joe Goncalves, Tammy Weidman and Tom Jamieson. Taking a water break on a hot spring day is John Price, president of IT Price Inc., Rising Sun, Md. These two Cat D8R dozers, one of which sold for $112,500, move across the auction ramp. There were more than 1,800 items at the recent Ritchie Bros., North East, Md., auction, including Bobcat, Caterpillar, John Deere and other skid steer manufacturers. Kenworth Freightliner and Mack 10 to 12 cu. yd. mixer trucks were auctioned off. Ready to bid are Sterling Lowe (L), president of Industco Enterprises, Baldwin Md., and Danny Cavalluci, president of Cavalluci Plumbing in Street, Md. Moe Iacoboni, northeast representative of Ritchie Bros., answers bidders’ questions on the timed auction lot area. Checking out the crane and steel spreaders at the auction are George Detwiler (L), operator of Cottles Asphalt, Saxton, Pa., and Sam Cottles president of Cottles Asphalt, Saxton, Pa. Testing out this Komatsu 37X dozer is Elmer Beiler, independent contractor from Lancaster, Pa. Brian Mills, representative of Ritchie Bros., directs traffic to the auction block for these Case International tractors. Brian Mills, representative of Ritchie Bros., directs traffic to the auction block for these Case International tractors. Ton Nine, technician, RLO Contracting, Dayton, Md., tests this Bomag roller during the Ritchie sale. Coming in from Bolivia to look and bid on equipment is Mario Lopez, equipment distributor and contractor.

Ritchie Bros. conducted a multi-million dollar unreserved public auction June 2 in North East, Md.

More than 1,800 registered bidders (both onsite and online) from 37 countries participated in the auction, including 48 U.S. states and all Canadian provinces. More than 1,800 items were sold during the one-day public auction.