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Ritchie Bros. Six-Day Orlando Auction Features More Than 10,000 Items

Mon February 07, 2022 - National Edition
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers

On Feb. 21 to 26, 2022, Ritchie Bros. will sell more than 10,000 items for 800+ companies in Orlando, with every item selling to the highest bidder, regardless of price.

Early equipment highlights in the February Orlando auction include 415+ excavators, 290+ truck tractors, 240+ pickups, 205+ skid steers, 190+ wheel loaders, 155+ dozers, 100+ cranes, 350+ aerial work platforms, 125+ forklifts, and many more.

Bids can be made live online or in person at the Orlando site, providing the best of both worlds for customers.

"We have something for everyone in Orlando, with 200 acres full of heavy industrial equipment and transportation assets ready to be purchased and taken home by new owners," said Kari Taylor, chief revenue officer, Ritchie Bros.

"Check out the equipment on our website with high-resolution photos and videos and/or visit our Orlando site in person to inspect and test items with your own hands. At Ritchie Bros., we want our buyers to have all the information they need to bid with confidence. I encourage you to get registered today and please contact us with any questions."

Basic Auction Day Schedule
  • Day 1, Feb. 21: skid steers, backhoes, telescopic forklifts and boom lifts
  • Day 2, Feb. 22: wheel loaders, motor graders, agriculture tractors, trenchers and drills
  • Day 3, Feb. 23: rollers, crawler tractors, cranes, screens, crushers and pavers
  • Day 4, Feb. 24: hydraulic dxcavators, midi excavators, mini excavators
  • Day 5, Feb. 25: truck tractors, water trucks, mixer trucks, dump trucks, mechanics trucks
  • Day 6, Feb. 26: bucket trucks, rolloff and rollback trucks, flatbed trucks and van trucks

The complete equipment list and schedule is available at

Planning on Attending in Person?

For the first time since 2020, Ritchie Bros. will be accepting onsite, in-person bids in Orlando, but things will look a little different. The company will not be ramping assets, instead selling every item via photo. Onsite parking will be available so customers don't have to take an additional bus and facemasks will be required to be worn inside all offices and buildings.

For additional info about Orlando, visit

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