More Than 400 Bidders Participate in Jeff Martin Auction

Bidders that participated in the auction came from 25 different states and five different countries.

📅   Wed February 03, 2016 - Southeast Edition


(L-R): Michael Warren, Wolf Creek Contracting, Walterboro, S.C. and Ross McMillan and Mike Finley, both of 4M Iron in St George, S.C., attended the Jeff Martin Auctioneers sale.
(L-R): Michael Warren, Wolf Creek Contracting, Walterboro, S.C. and Ross McMillan and Mike Finley, both of 4M Iron in St George, S.C., attended the Jeff Martin Auctioneers sale.
(L-R): Michael Warren, Wolf Creek Contracting, Walterboro, S.C. and Ross McMillan and Mike Finley, both of 4M Iron in St George, S.C., attended the Jeff Martin Auctioneers sale. (L-R): Mark Woodall and Jerry Rea, both of Rea Landscape in Charleston, S.C.; Brett Marietti of Marietti Contracting, Charleston, S.C.; and Brad Willey, also of Rea Landscaping, are interested in the Volvo artic trucks. This pair of new Dynapac rollers caught the attention of Justin Allen (L) and Jody Letchworth, both of Allen Grading Company in Goldsboro, N.C. Looking over the compaction equipment are Gary Miller (L) and Luc Godard, both of Millers Construction Company in Aiken, S.C. Looking over the compaction equipment are Gary Miller (L) and Luc Godard, both of Millers Construction Company in Aiken, S.C. (L-R): Mindie Lee, Britney Ross and Jami Rogers register cus Matt (L) and Ed Vaukenburg, both of VMC Attachments in Greenwood, S.C., shop the selection of excavators from a variety of manufacturers, including Komatsu, Hitachi, Cat, Volvo and others. Joey Martin (L) of Joey Martin Auctioneers of Williamston, S.C., and Jeff Martin of Jeff Martin Auctioneers in Brooklyn, Miss., team up.

More than 400 bidders participated on site and online at the Jeff Martin Auctioneers sale held Jan 20 in Charleston, S.C. Bidders that participated in the auction came from 25 different states and five different countries. In addition, the company held a successful sale of offsite mining items in West Virginia. One of the highlights from the sale was a 2009 D9T, which sold for $275,000.

“This was Jeff Martin Auctioneers's first venture in Charleston for an auction. I am proud to say we rekindled old friendships, started new ones and with 426 bidders participating in the auction and 110 online bidders, I could not have been prouder of our team and what we did for our guests. I would like to personally thank each and every person that attended, bought, sold or just came to look. I appreciate each and every one of you along with those that were online. It is because of you that we are able to do what we do. If you would like to see what the Jeff Martin difference will do for your auction, feel free to call us,” said Jeff Martin, president of Jeff Martin Auctioneers.

For more information, www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com.