This coming Tuesday, 3 November 2015, WH Auctioneers will be holding another of their signature construction, transport, engineering and generator auctions featuring high quality bank repossessions and corporate de-fleets at their Midrand based headquarters.
Crowning the auction will be WH’s most exciting selection to date of crane trucks. The auction will feature three 2009 Isuzu FTR 800 trucks fitted with high capacity Palfinger cranes. With just 140,000km, these low mileage fleet maintained trucks are ready to go right back to work. These trucks will be joined on the auction floor by a number of other rigid trucks in various configurations including tippers, drop-sides, volume vans, and tautliners.
An exciting number of fleet and repossessed mechanical horses and flat deck trailers will also be up on the auction block, including a matched fleet of four late model MAN 27.440 D20 Evolutions, a 2013 UD GW26-490 and a 2008 Powerliner 2644 with a mere 8,000km on the clock.
Whilst WH always attracts tractors, this month’s auction will also see a bank repossessed New Holland CS660 Harvester up on the block. According to WH director Mathew Henderson, this is a first for the company and they are curious to see the uptake by the farming community.
As the public has learned to expect from WH, there will also be an outstanding line-up of earthmoving and lifting equipment, with too much to mention. Some of the exciting lots will be the 2007 Bell B18D ADT, a JCB 3CX TLB, a Volvo L180E wheel loader and a Caterpillar 345 excavator to name just a few.
With a high demand in the current market for material handling equipment, WH will be offering a selection of 5 cranes for both rough terrain and road use. The 1996 40 Ton Faun Tadano all terrain crane will be surrounded by a Tadano GR300-EX city crane, as well as an as new Sany 25 ton all terrain. Various forklifts, from 10 ton to 2.5 ton will also be available, as will a selection of telehandlers and boom lifts.
Engineering professionals will also find a number of lots to suit their requirements including press brakes, guillotines and rollers.
“This auction should be a great venue for pretty much any buyer, whether you are looking for trucks, cranes or engineering equipment” says WH director Mathew Henderson.