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Petrowsky Holds Major Two-Day September Auction

Buyers from dozens of states, along with national and international customers, bid in person and online on nearly 1,500 lots of equipment.

Tue October 20, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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Bud (L) and Sandy Ritchie of Ritchie Sand & Gravel, Granville, N.Y., looked at the large line of smaller excavators at the Sept. 25 to 26 Petrowsky Auctioneers event.
Bud (L) and Sandy Ritchie of Ritchie Sand & Gravel, Granville, N.Y., looked at the large line of smaller excavators at the Sept. 25 to 26 Petrowsky Auctioneers event.
Bud (L) and Sandy Ritchie of Ritchie Sand & Gravel, Granville, N.Y., looked at the large line of smaller excavators at the Sept. 25 to 26 Petrowsky Auctioneers event. Alan MacDougall, owner of ALM Services Inc. of Waterford, Conn., tries out a skid steer. Potential bidders look over these dozers, hoping to find the one that suits their needs. Bob Beattie, owner of Bob Beattie & Co. of North Stonington, Conn., looks at heavy equipment. Mario Mallozzi (R) and his son, Mario Mallozzi, Jr. of Mallozzi Builders of Monroe, Conn., look at a Hitachi 200 LC. Joseph Mare, owner of Mare Landscaping of Dartmouth, Mass., looks at smaller equipment for his landscaping services. James Fantoli, who runs a small excavating company out of his home in Ashford, Conn., is interested in the small skid steers up for sale. Don Palleschi, owner of Rhode Island Construction & Design Inc., of Coventry, R.I., examines the smaller equipment up for auction. Buyers check out the impressive display of large excavators filling the central lot. Eric Martin of Kurtz Excavating in Bennington, Vt., tests out an excavator for his company. Ray Smith owner of Rakin’ Rays Landscaping of Brooklyn, Conn., hopes to bid on some of the smaller equipment in the lot. A long row of heavy duty and medium trucks were up for auction.

Petrowsky Auctioneers Inc. held a successful two-day auction of every type of heavy iron equipment, including several dozen of the largest excavators used in the industry.

Buyers from dozens of states, along with national and international customers, bid in person and online on nearly 1,500 lots of equipment, including trucks, plows, tires, excavators, compactors, pavers, crushers and screening machines.

In addition, using all their space on various lots on both sides of Route 32 in North Franklin, Petrowsky also sold AG, landscape, manufacturing, lawn and garden equipment, job site support equipment, tools and other industry supplies.

For more information, visit www.petrowskyauctioneers.com.




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