Hewden auction includes 230 telehandlers and aerial platforms

By Murray Pollok27 September 2011

This Caterpillar TH360B telehandler with 4010 hours on its clock is one of the machines up for sale

This Caterpillar TH360B telehandler with 4010 hours on its clock is one of the machines up for sale in Hewden's 12 October auction.

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.

Included in the auction are more than 100 Caterpillar telehandlers; 130 scissor lifts and self-propelled booms from JLG, Genie, Liftlux, Haulotte, UpRight and Skyjack; 40 site dumpers; and a wide selection of backhoe loaders, compaction equipment, lighting towers, pumps, traffic lights and bowers/tanks.

Buyers can visit the auction site at Harrogate or see details of the equipment for sale at www.thehewdenauction.com. Live internet bidding will also be available via the I-BIDDER website.

The auction will take place at the Great Yorkshire Show Ground on Wetherby Road in Harrogate, UK.

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