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Sales Strong at Ritchie Bros. Auction in Cleveland

Fri May 13, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Ohio CAT’s Buyer/Remarketer Chad Schultz, Used Equipment Manager Skip Stewart, and President Ken Taylor stop by to visit with area contractors.
(L-R): Ohio CAT’s Buyer/Remarketer Chad Schultz, Used Equipment Manager Skip Stewart, and President Ken Taylor stop by to visit with area contractors.
(L-R): Ohio CAT’s Buyer/Remarketer Chad Schultz, Used Equipment Manager Skip Stewart, and President Ken Taylor stop by to visit with area contractors. Crowds gather to bid on the equipment up for sale. PK Crushing’s Tim Perrin checks in to see how the sale is going. (L-R): Allied Construction Products’ Rich Steinbrenner catches up with Indy Equipment & Supply’s Amrit Rebello and Jack Messer. Butch “The Voice” Graham keeps the bidding activity hot. Jerry Kelly (L) of Kelly Brothers Construction catches up with Murphy Tractor & Equipment’s Bob Stephens at the auction. National First Equipment’s Larry Mahnen joins his son, Matt, of Ohio CAT to watch the bidding. (L-R): Jason Dixon, Joe Rogers and Stan Sayre of Sayre Construction stay on the lookout for bargains.

Ritchie Bros. held an auction April 12 in Twinsburg, Ohio, just outside of Cleveland. The auction was a complete dispersal of equipment for DDD Enterprises, whose owner is retiring after 49 years in business.

A wide range of equipment was up for bid including backhoes, dozers, excavators, trucks and trailers. The auction drew a sizable crowd of enthusiastic bidders. A Komatsu 2006 PC220 LC excavator brought in $100,000 and a Cat 245B excavator went for $62,500.

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