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Ritchie Bros. to Sell 2,100+ Trucks and Equipment Items in Toronto, ON Auction on December 7 – 8, 2015

Nearly 200 truck tractors, 165+ trailers, 60+ van trucks, 60+ excavators, 25+ wheel loaders, and more will be sold without minimum bids or reserve prices TORONTO, Nov. 26, 2015.

Thu November 26, 2015 - National Edition
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Ritchie Bros. will sell 2,100+ trucks and equipment items at its next unreserved public auction in Toronto, ON, on December 7 – 8, 2015. Highlights include 190+ truck tractors, 165+ trailers, 60+ van trucks, 75+ compactors, 60+ excavators, 30+ skid steer loaders, 25+ wheel loaders, 110+ scissor lifts, 45+ boom lifts, 20+ tractors and more. All items will be sold to the highest bidders, without minimum bids or reserve prices. Bids can be placed in person, online at and by proxy. Ritchie Bros. will also hold unreserved auctions in Montreal, QC and Truro, NS in December.

"Our last Toronto auction of 2015 features one of the nicest selections of trucks and trailers we've ever sold in Ontario," said Anna Sgro, Senior Vice President (Canada East), Ritchie Bros. "We also have a great selection of construction, lifting and material handling equipment and more. Interested bidders can find detailed equipment information on our website, and can visit our Toronto auction site (in Bolton) to personally test and inspect the trucks and equipment that will be sold."

Equipment will be sold for 390+ owners, including a selection of late-model truck tractors and trailers for Toronto-based TBG Environmental Inc., in operation since 1997.

"The trucks we're selling were purchased from Ritchie Bros. just last year and the trailers were purchased brand new. Both were used for just one contract, which end December 1, so we won't need them anymore. They are well-maintained and ready to go to work for new owners," said Mark Bradley, CEO of TBG Environmental. "I've bought and sold with Ritchie Bros. many times over the years as projects start and finish. It's an easy way to scale up and down quickly to suit the individual needs of a project. With Ritchie Bros. you have access to a great selection of used equipment at a fair price for both buyer and seller."

Ritchie Bros.' Toronto auction site is located at 3 Manchester Court in Bolton. For more information about the auction, including a full list of equipment, visit or phone +1.905.857.2422. Specific highlights include:

• A 2015 Caterpillar 336F L hydraulic excavator - first 336F L ever sold by Ritchie Bros.

• A 2014 Komatsu PC290LC-10 hydraulic excavator

• A 2014 Komatsu PC390LC-10 hydraulic excavator

• A 2013 Komatsu WA500-7 wheel loader

• A 2011 John Deere 844K wheel loader

• Three 2011 John Deere 400D 6x6 articulated dump trucks

• A 2005 Tadano TT800XXL4 8x4x4 80-ton hydraulic truck crane

• A 2014 Peterbilt 579 sleeper truck tractor

• Three 2010 Peterbilt 367 dump trucks

• Two 2014 Case IH Maxxum 140 MFWD tractors

Note: The Region of Peel recently implemented truck traffic restrictions in downtown Bolton, near the Ritchie Bros. Bolton auction site. For more details about the restrictions, visit

Unreserved auctions in Montreal, QC and Truro, NS in December

On December 2 – 3, 2015, Ritchie Bros. will conduct an unreserved public auction at its auction site in Montreal, QC. More than 2,350 equipment items and trucks will be sold in the two-day auction, including 90+ scissor lifts, 45 boom lifts, 45+ excavators, 35 wheel loaders, 25+ compactors, 40+ van trucks, 25+ dump trucks, 190 trailers, 115+ truck tractors, and more. Visit for more info.

Two weeks later, on December 15, Ritchie Bros. will hold an auction at its site in Truro, NS. The auction already features 460+ equipment items, with more items being added right up until sale day. Visit for more info.

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