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Sales Stay Strong at Ritchie Bros. Auction in Columbus

Fri April 01, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Charles Webb and Richard Thies of Water Wheel Farms trade stories with Mike Webster of Webster Farms while waiting for equipment to come up for bid.
(L-R): Charles Webb and Richard Thies of Water Wheel Farms trade stories with Mike Webster of Webster Farms while waiting for equipment to come up for bid.
(L-R): Charles Webb and Richard Thies of Water Wheel Farms trade stories with Mike Webster of Webster Farms while waiting for equipment to come up for bid. Butch Graham calls out another winning bid. Tom Troxell, Charlie Troxell, Kevin Snyder and Tom Cline of Tom Troxell & Sons are on the hunt for some equipment bargains. The father and son team of Gene and Andy Kirby of Kirby Sand & Gravel check out a Terex BL Pegson 428 crusher after purchasing a Komatsu loader. Having purchased a paver, Clay Dunn (L) of Clay’s Construction in New Hampshire chats with Mike Totin of J & T Paving, Greenville, Pa. Three generations Crook family, Ryan stands with son Brady, next to his dad Steve and brother Keith of Crooks and Sons Excavating came in from Findlay, Ohio, to enjoy the weather and see the equipment up for bid. The McLean Company’s Kirk Sidwell stops in at the auction to catch up with customers and see the equipment.

Ritchie Bros. held an auction on March 17 at its Columbus, Ohio facility. Up for bid was equipment from D & M Construction, Ellis Bros Inc., Landcorp of Cincinnati, Smith & Brown Contractors, NES Rentals and other equipment dealers and owners from the surrounding area. The unreserved public auction drew bidders from around the country who, along with online bidders, kept the bidding action brisk.

For more information, please visit www.rbauction.com.