WHEN it comes to buying quality used equipment for the mining industry, or indeed any machinery-based sector, most people turn to Euro Auctions, which has been conducting unreserved auctions of industrial plant, construction equipment and agricultural machinery since 1998.
The company runs about 60 major auctions every year around the globe, in seven countries over four continents.
And the good news is that auctions will continue, despite current restrictions in place because of COVID-19.
The next Australia-based auction is scheduled for April 23 in Brisbane. While buyers are not allowed to attend in person, they are freely available to participate in on-line bidding.
This auction features another smorgasbord of quality items, including 15 excavators, 64 buckets and attachments, four tractors, seven dumpers, 10 loaders and a large range of miscellaneous equipment.
Register now to acquire an identification number to enable you to bid live from the comfort of your own desk. Go to: https://www.euroauctions.com/register/
Euro Auctions employs more than 300 staff worldwide, in 14 countries, from over 20 nationalities speaking over 30 languages.
The company also specialises in timed ‘Internet Only’ auctions plus off-site sales for leading plant hire companies, for cessation of trading, retirement sales as well as stock and fleet rotation.
The unreserved auction policy means that everything sells to the highest bidder with no minimum bid or reserved price and no buy backs. When the hammer is down, that lot is sold.