Euro Auctions, international auctioneers of industrial plant, construction and agricultural machinery, and have already receiving consignments for the next two sales, being held in Brisbane Qld.
On 16 May there’s a one-day online sale followed on the 13 June with a one‑day onsite auction at its Brisbane site. Both sales will be unreserved, with an impressive array of quality equipment, much unused and without reserve.
“Demand for quality used equipment in this part of the world is definitely on the increase, so being able to offer two sales in quick succession means we can satisfy sellers and deliver what buyers really want.
“The fact that our sales are unreserved is very popular with Australian buyers. At all Euro Auction sales, everything IS SOLD on the day to the highest bidder.
“Our buyers know they can get the equipment they want without having to worry about if the item will sell or not – if they are the highest bidder, it’s theirs” comments Paul Haynes, Euro Auctions’ Territory Manager for NSW.
“Our one-day online sale on 16 May means consignors either located in remote areas or with particularly big pieces of machinery can reach out to customers who in turn don’t need to travel to a specific location in order to participate in the auction process.
“The one-day physical onsite sale on 13 June then provides buyers with the perfect opportunity to personally inspect the various lots being offered, before bidding, plus is the perfect chance to meet up with likeminded people and discuss activities face-to-face.”
Equipment already consigned to the upcoming Brisbane sales, with much more to come, includes: An Unused 2018 Manitou MT932 EASY Turbo Telehandler with just 5-hours on the meter.
Unused forklifts include a 2019 AK35 Attack model and an unused Schmelzer FD30A plus there is a growing selection of quality, low-hours used models.
A raft of new and unused rollers, screeners, tracked skidsteer loaders and graders including a choice of unused 2018 Hamm HD12VV double drum vibrating rollers
While other noteworthy lots include a growing selection of mini diggers, dozers, tracked stockpile conveyors, boom lift access platforms and scissor lifts, plus compressors and a multitude of other ancillary equipment
Paul concluded: “Our last sale saw bidder numbers quadrupled over the same period just 12-months previous and this growth trend looks set to continue. We also attracted more than 50 vendors from across the region, one in ten of whom were sending equipment to auction for the first time.
“And one in 20 of all those attending were first time buyers, half of whom successfully purchased the equipment they were after. Things are really shaping up well for these sales and we hope to again break previous records.”
Euro Auctions has been running sales in Australia for seven years and on average would hold five live auctions with 500-600 lots and five Online auctions with 150 lots for sale.
For specific details on all upcoming sales and to obtain relevant bidder catalogues visit Euro Auctions at www.euroauctions.com. Potential consignors should also contact email@example.com or call +44 (0) 2882 898262.