North Country Hosts June Sale in Wrentham, Mass.

The auction featured equipment from Cianbro, one of the United States’ largest construction companies.

📅   Mon July 11, 2016 - Northeast Edition #14
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Brian Lewis (L), owner of Natural Landscaping, Northborough, Mass., and Phil Romano, owner of Scrap Metal Management, West Newbury, Mass., were both on the hunt for equipment to add to their fleet.
Brian Lewis (L), owner of Natural Landscaping, Northborough, Mass., and Phil Romano, owner of Scrap Metal Management, West Newbury, Mass., were both on the hunt for equipment to add to their fleet.
Brian Lewis (L), owner of Natural Landscaping, Northborough, Mass., and Phil Romano, owner of Scrap Metal Management, West Newbury, Mass., were both on the hunt for equipment to add to their fleet.  (L-R): Emile Laramee of North Smithfield, R.I.; Gerry Baulhus of North Smithfield, R.I.; and Jeff King of Oxbridge, Mass., were enjoying the sale. Carlos Monte (L) of McCourt Construction, Boston, Mass., and Todd Merritt, purchasing manager of Equipment 4 Rent, West Bridgewater, Mass., are looking for a good deal on equipment. Rusty Bent (L) and son Andrew spend time together at the North Country sale. Rusty owns Rusty’s Tree Service in Sudbury, Mass. Auctioneer Matt Hostetter calls bids from inside the North Country Auctions mobile truck. Auctioneer Charlie Ames works the crowd with his enthusiasm and hustle. There was an extensive lot of heavy off-road and on-road trucks available to bidders. Excavators are lined up, waiting for buyers. An extensive selection of wheel loaders was offered at the North Country June sale.

North Country Auctions hosted a multi-million-dollar sale in Wrentham, Mass., on June 18.

The auction featured equipment from Cianbro, one of the United States' largest construction companies, with multiple locations throughout New England. Foley and Son Landscaping, a local company with multiple locations throughout Massachusetts, is ceasing operations and also had equipment featured in the auction.

The sale consisted of 1,600 lots with 280 onsite bidders and 170 bidding online via Equipmentfacts.com.

There was an extensive fleet of excavators, loaders, dozers, off-road and on-road heavy trucks, work trucks, and so much more.