Euro Auctions prepares for US sale

16 May 2013

Euro Auctions has announced that its first US auction will be on 26 June in Georgia.

Almost 400 lots of construction machinery and industrial equipment have been scheduled to go under the hammer at the newly acquired Newnan site, the company said.

“We have long aspired to enter the US market so, in acquiring this site in late 2012, we located Euro Auctions squarely at the hub of the American equipment industry,” stated David Betts at Euro Auctions. “Over recent years we’ve forged excellent relationships with major US companies and have already secured some exceptional construction and industrial machinery from across the south east USA for this, our first US auction. Our winning combination will help ensure this unreserved auction is a real success with buyers and sellers alike and pre auction attendance and internet registrations are now being received on a daily basis.”

The auction will be at the company's 65 acre site in Newnan, near Atlanta.

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