More Than 2,300 Bidders Participate in Ritchie Bros. Sale

Bidders came from more than 55 countries, including 49 states.

📅   Tue June 07, 2016 - Southeast Edition #12
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Josh Myers of Steiner Shipyards in Alabama looks over this Cat 385C excavator.
Josh Myers of Steiner Shipyards in Alabama looks over this Cat 385C excavator.
Josh Myers of Steiner Shipyards in Alabama looks over this Cat 385C excavator.
This JLG may be staying in Florida if the price is right for Joe and Susan Conroy of Dundee, Fla.
Mark Yarbrough, owner of Intrac Corporation, gets ready to climb on this Komatsu loader.
Allen Cowart (L), Space Coast Sitework, chats with Eduardo Merrica flew up from Venezuela hoping to buy some equipment.
Jim Geslla of Afordable 1, Naples, Fla., considers bidding on this crane. 
Brent (L) and Vernon Riker, both of B&R Properties of Orlando, look for a loader backhoe and excavator for their logging operation.
This 2011 Volvo Bl60 went for $27,000.  It was one of five on the ramp.
This 2012 Cat 950K brought $100,000.

More than 2,300 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros.' multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction in Orlando, Fla., on May 25.

Bidders came from more than 55 countries, including 49 states. Approximately 57 percent of the equipment in the auction was sold to out-of-state buyers, from as far away as Poland, Egypt and Taiwan. Online bidders purchased approximately 44 percent of the equipment sold (by dollar value).

More than 2,300 equipment items and trucks were sold in the auction, including more than 90 excavators, 90 skid steers, 65 compactors, 40 loaders, 25 dozers, 210 truck tractors, 80 trailers and more.