Ritchie Bros. is getting ready up for its next big equipment auction in Dubai which will be held on March 12 - 13, 2019. At this moment, more than 1,100 heavy equipment items and trucks are already included in the auction inventory, coming from dozens of businesses in the UAE and abroad.
Businesses that are looking to start off the year strongly have a great opportunity to fetch one or more good deals on the equipment they need. Besides a broad inventory of types and brands, Ritchie Bros. sells everything during the auction days without minimum bids or reserve prices. At these unreserved auctions only the bidders set the prices, and not the sellers or the auction company. Bidders that cannot make it in person to the live auction can easily join online from the comfort of their home of office. Registering to bid is free.
Including in the inventory are excavators, wheel loaders, dump trucks, dozers, graders, cranes, concrete pump trucks, mixer trucks, rollers and many more items. Highlights of the auction include:
Anyone interesting in joining can find the full and up to date inventory and more details on the Ritchie Bros. website at www.rbauction.com/dubai.
Meet Ritchie Bros.' 24/7 equipment marketplace
Besides live onsite auctions with online bidding, Ritchie Bros. has other powerful ways to buy and sell equipment. On IronPlanet.com, the Company holds online auctions and runs a 24/7 equipment marketplace, called Marketplace-E. Marketplace-E is an ‘always on’ platform where equipment is listed, and buyers can easily make offers, buy now. Not just for buyers a powerful channel, but also for sellers. If desired, businesses can set a reserve price on items they’re selling. Marketplace-E has grown in the Middle East in 2018, with hundreds of items listed for Ritchie Bros.' customers in the region and sold to buyers from all over the world. Items currently sold in the Middle East on Marketplace-E are:
Ritchie Bros. is a global asset management and disposition company, offering customers end-to-end solutions for buying and selling used heavy equipment, trucks and other assets.
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