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Ritchie Bros. Holds Auction for Onsite, Online Bidders

Wed June 27, 2018 - Midwest Edition #13
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Noah Cross of Crosscut Tree Service along with his sons (L-R) Travis, Roger, Malvern and Marcus were pleased to have placed the winning bid on this Bobcat E80 compact excavator.
Noah Cross of Crosscut Tree Service along with his sons (L-R) Travis, Roger, Malvern and Marcus were pleased to have placed the winning bid on this Bobcat E80 compact excavator.
Noah Cross of Crosscut Tree Service along with his sons (L-R) Travis, Roger, Malvern and Marcus were pleased to have placed the winning bid on this Bobcat E80 compact excavator. 
A Link-Belt crane hoists a Ritchie Bros. flag and an American flag at the auction.
Dominic Gualtieri of Gualtieri Construction Co., based in Hudson, Ohio, purchased a dump truck and was looking over the dozers at the auction.
Mark Spencer of the International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 18, purchased a dozer, a skid steer, a scraper and forklifts to take back to the Miamisburg, Ohio, training facility.
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneer Fred Vilsmeier monitors bids from the floor while keeping an eye on incoming online bids.
Ric Hesselbart and Chet Pieper, both of CA Pieper & Associates, were in the yard for a closer look at the equipment up for bid.
Corey Gadway (L) and Ryan Conroy, both of Mid-Atlantic Equipment Sales, came in from Maryland in search of equipment at the auction.

Ritchie Bros. conducted an auction at its Columbus, Ohio, facility, located at 200 Ritchie Dr. in South Vienna, Ohio, on June 6. Equipment up for bid included a large selection of paving equipment along with a variety of cranes, dozers, excavators, skid steers, wheel loaders and a large selection of trucks. The auction attracted an enthusiastic crowd of onsite bidders while drawing heavy online bidding activity as well.

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