Ritchie Bros. Holds November Auction in Las Vegas

📅   Wed December 06, 2017 - West Edition #25
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Emerson Lavett (L) and his dad Ralph, of Lewis Construction in Moapa, Nev., spend some quality father-son time together looking to replace some machinery. This XLRD high-clearance sprayer captured their attention.
Emerson Lavett (L) and his dad Ralph, of Lewis Construction in Moapa, Nev., spend some quality father-son time together looking to replace some machinery. This XLRD high-clearance sprayer captured their attention.
Emerson Lavett (L) and his dad Ralph, of Lewis Construction in Moapa, Nev., spend some quality father-son time together looking to replace some machinery. This XLRD high-clearance sprayer captured their attention. Thomas Stubbs of Rigor Equipment, based in West Jordan, Utah, heads to the driver’s seat of this 2005 Kenworth truck. Marco Cortez (L) and Ricky Gonsalez of Gonsalez Remodel, Las Vegas, take a quick look at this wheel loader fork before bidding starts.
Major Bains of Sam’s Auto Repair, Sacramento, Calif., gives this Allmand Bros. Night-Lite Pro portable light tower a thorough inspection. 
Mainor Mejia of Las Vegas slows down to look at this essential water truck for a shipment to Guatemala.
Rodrigo Gomez of RG Construction, St. George, Utah, was excited to get a great deal on this Bobcat S70 skid steer loader. 
Edward Morales of AAA Truck Finders Inc., Tolleson, Ariz., stops to look at this
 John Deere 844k 
wheel loader. 
Jayson Thompson of Southwest Heavy Equipment, St. George, Utah, specializes in repair and rebuild. Thompson is looking for a variety of used equipment and found this Cat 7000-lb. 4x4x4 telescopic handler.

More than 3,050 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros.' multi-million-dollar unreserved public equipment auction in Las Vegas on Nov. 17, 2017.

With bidders from 35 countries, approximately 79 percent of the equipment in the auction was sold to out-of-state buyers, from as far away as Honduras, Vietnam and the United Arab Emirates. Online bidders purchased approximately 48 percent of the equipment sold (by dollar value).

Nearly 900 equipment items and trucks were sold in the auction, including excavators, loaders, compactors, skid steers, trucks, trailers and more.

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