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First Ritchie Bros auction in China follows years of ground work to obtain regulatory approvals and permissions from the Chinese authorities.
Ritchie Bros is targeting the half of the used equipment market that is not currently served by auctions.
Customers will be able to acquire HERC fleet through finance packages provided by asset management sister company Donlen.
First Chinese auction will be held on 18 April at Ritchie's new auction site at Beijing close to the international airport.
Peter Blake, CEO of Ritchie Bros, tells Murray Pollok that the company will soon be meeting the needs of people who don’t like to buy or sell equipment at unreserved auctions.
New online market - EquipmentOne - will give equipment sellers control over pricing and the ability to negotiate with buyers.
Americ Machinery, the US-based company that sells used machines from Japanese rental company Nikken Corp, is partnering with industrial equipment firm bidadoo Auctions to create an online equipment auction house called Quantos Auctions.
Ritchie Bros Auctioneers remains on course to hold its first auction in China early in 2013 with regulatory approvals moving forward and an auction site in Beijing being lined up.
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers is to acquire AssetNation, a US-based online auctioneer specialising in the sale of surplus and salvaged assets. Ritchie said the acquisition would enable it to offer new, non-auction services to its customers.
RSC Equipment Rental will hold a nationwide ‘Yard Sale’ of used equipment at its depots all day on Thursday, 8 December, with almost 1000 categories of equipment available.
Ritchie Bros Auctioneers has applied to establish a wholly-owned Chinese subsidiary and hopes to be granted a licence to hold auctions in the country, with the aim of holding its first Chinese auction in the second half of 2012.
UK rental company Hewden will sell more than 550 items of equipment from its fleet - including 110 telehandlers and 130 aerial platforms – at an auction in Harrogate on Wednesday 12 October.
Construction equipment firm to set up online auction to link customers with dealers.
Wacker Neuson has opened a used equipment centre in Gotha, Germany, that will sell equipment from its own rental fleet as well as traded-in models.
Ritchie Bros held its first auction in Avignon, France, on 10 November and will return to Portugal for the first time in three years with an auction on Thursday 18 November in Tondela. The Tondela sale will be simultaneously broadcast at the Ritchie auction taking place on the same day in Ocana, near Madrid in Spain.
UK-based construction equipment auction company Euro Auctions has opened a permanent auction site in Valencia, Spain, and will hold its first auction there on 10 December.
UK asset valuation and auction company Edward Symmons is selling more than 18000 items of small plant from the railways rental business Fastline following the appointment of administrators at Fastline and its parent company Jarvis earlier this year.
United Rentals has created a used equipment web portal offering thousands of items for sale in more than 40 equipment categories. United said it will be one of the largest sources of pre-owned rental equipment sold directly by the owner.
An innovation from Goldhofer AG is making it possible to insert additional axles in existing semi-trailers to transport higher payloads or cargo with lower axle loads. The concept allows expansion of trailers by up to three axles, depending on the vehicle configuration
Companies in the repair and refurbishment field continue to think ahead with expansions and investments. IC spoke to two of them, based in Europe and the USA