More Than 4,000 Participate in Ritchie’s Ft. Worth Sale

Bidders came from as far away as Australia, Chile, Italy, Taiwan and the United Arab Emirates.

📅   Fri May 15, 2015 - West Edition
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Josue Tuchez of Import Equipco in Guatemala plans on taking this Link-Belt RTC 860 crane home with him.
Josue Tuchez of Import Equipco in Guatemala plans on taking this Link-Belt RTC 860 crane home with him.
Josue Tuchez of Import Equipco in Guatemala plans on taking this Link-Belt RTC 860 crane home with him. Greg Duplichain and Shannon Brooks of Duplichain Contractors in Alto, Texas, are quite interested in this JCB 930 rough terrain lift truck. Doyle Couch (L) and David Gant of Gant Enterprises in Bryant, Ala., are anxious to get their  Terex TA30 rock hauler shipped home. Ron Densley CHDA Construction Co. in Phoenix, Ariz., is thinking of bidding on this  JLG 10054 high-lift. This Genie  EFF 211 high-lift has Fred Jessop’s of FJ Enterprises in Carlsbad, N.M., attention. Bryan Biondollillo of OnSite Commercial Construction LLC in Aurora, Texas, has just finished a thorough checking of this JLG high-lift. The rollers are lined up and ready to go at the auction.

More than 4,000 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers’s multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction in Fort Worth, Texas, May 6 to 7.

Bidders came from 49 countries, including 49 U.S. states. Approximately 55 percent of the equipment was sold to out-of-state buyers, from as far away as Australia, Chile, Italy, Taiwan and the United Arab Emirates. Online bidders purchased approximately 53 percent of the equipment sold (by dollar value).

More than 3,900 equipment items were sold in the auction, including 310-plus truck tractors, 290-plus trailers, 95 plus excavators, 45-plus flatbed trucks, 50 crawler tractors, 40-plus dump trucks, 40-plus winch tractors, 35 plus farm tractors, and much more.

For more information, please visit www.rbauction.com.