Ritchie Bros Orlando auction

By Christian Shelton14 February 2018

A six-day construction equipment auction, organised by a global asset management and auction company Ritchie Brothers, starts on Monday, 19 February 2018, in Orlando, Florida, USA.

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Ritchie Brothers’ 80-hectare site in Orlando, Florida, USA

More than 12,800 equipment items and trucks are listed to sell in the unreserved auction. Every item will be sold without minimum bids or reserve prices.

The equipment for sale includes: 150+ cranes; 770+ excavators; 510+ compactors; 480+ skid steers; 380+ loaders; 300+ dozers; 160+ articulated dump trucks; 380+ aerial work platforms; 440+ truck tractors; 520+ trailers, and more.

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More than 12,000 equipment items will be auctioned during the six-day Ritchie Brothers sale

In addition to the used equipment items, there will be more than 1,900+ unused items from a variety of brands including late model excavators, wheel loaders, and telescopic forklifts, said Ritchie Bros.

“This is a can’t-miss event for buyers in Europe,” commented Jeff Jeter, president (US sales), Ritchie Bros. “It’s not your everyday auction; this is a global event with a selection you won’t see anywhere else. Last year we sold more than 11,500 items through the combined Ritchie Bros. and IronPlanet Orlando events, attracting bidders from more than 80 countries. This year we plan to do it even bigger, with the highest level of customer service you will see in the industry.”

Bids can be made in the Orlando auction in person, online in real time at rbauction.com or via the Ritchie Bros. mobile app, and by proxy. Equipment information is available at: www.rbauction.com/orlando

Ritchie Bros. said items being sold off-site also have inspection reports and most are backed by an IronClad Assurance guarantee.

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Last year’s event attracted bidders from more than 80 countries 

Upcoming Ritchie Bros auctions in Europe and the Middle East include:

• Donington Park (UK) on Feb. 20-21

• IronPlanet European monthly online auction on Feb. 28

• Moerdijk (The Netherlands) on Mar. 1-2

• Dubai (UAE) on Mar. 6-7

• Ocaña (Spain) on Mar. 7-9

• St Aubin sur Gaillon (France) on Mar. 13-14

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