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Utility Auctions Holds Iron, Fleet Vehicle Sale in Wilmington

Tue March 13, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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A prospective bidder starts up this Case backhoe prior to the auction truck’s arrival.
A prospective bidder starts up this Case backhoe prior to the auction truck’s arrival.
A prospective bidder starts up this Case backhoe prior to the auction truck’s arrival. Ed Joyce of EquipSeller, Media, Pa., is very interested in bidding on the Grove crane. Rich Tyndall (L) of Groundsmen, Garnet Valley, Pa., and Borden Adams of Blue Sky Property Maintenance, Wilmington, Del., are both interested in this Rayco RG 1625 Super Jr. stump cutter. Utility Auctions Auctioneer Patrick Morgan calls out bids during his company’s recent auction in Wilmington, Del. Pausing for a photo in the registration trailer are Barbara Parag (top), vice president of Utility Auctions, and (L-R) Yvonne Lehm, Cathy Valentin and Yvette Valentin. Bucket trucks equipped with Altec and VersaLift lifts went on the auction block. Rich Miehle of RIX Construction, Newtown, Pa., demos a Komatsu dozer.

Utility Auctions held a sale Feb. 24 at its location in Wilmington, Del.

Fleet vehicles and equipment going on the block came from Delmarva Power, Con Edison, Delaware River & Bay Authority, the city of Wilmington and others.