Park Village Auctions will soon host yet another of its popular warehouse auctions at its premises in Prolecon, Johannesburg. According to PVA’s Paul Lendia, 4X4, outdoor, camping and electrical equipment will take centre stage this time round.
Off road vehicle accessories and camping assets to be auctioned include, amongst others, Arb bull bars and bumpers, side skirtings and bumper inserts, 4×4 tyres and rims, solar camping showers, assorted adjustable straps, tents and shower tents, farm jacks, shock absorbers and springs, mobile air compressor kits, solar lamps, tow kits, tyre repair kits, off-road lamps, front and rear tow hitches, outdoor braai kits, enamel roasting dishes, canopies, air jacks and trestles, long range fuel tanks, roof racks, snorkel kits and winch cables
Under the banner of electrical equipment, PVA will auction, amongst other items, transformers, electrical breakers, distribution panels, couplings, electrical cables, testing equipment, work benches, new 400watt floodlights, tool boxes, a large assortment of light fittings, conduits and switches.
Quality household and office equipment and furniture will also be knocked down on the day. Assets include lounge suites, dining room suites, fridges, executive desks, modular desks, open plan work stations, filing cabinets, high back chairs, sound system, laptops, desktop pc’s, copiers and printers.
Additionally, a Hunco Vm10 machining centre, a Takisawa Nex-108 lathe, a MAC-AFRIC shearing machine, a Minimatic oven, a Roff paddle mixer, a maize milling plant and feeder, a Jeti 3324 WBT wide format printer, a Keundo Supaq 3300 wide format printer, air conditioners, an industrial potato peeler and oil fryers will also go under the hammer.
Notes Lendia: “We’re going all out to make the most of the last of 2015. Within a short space of time, businesses will be closing down for the holidays and many still have budgets that need to be spent. As such, many entities will be looking for quality, bargain assets and equipment such as that being made available at the sale.
“The fact that prices will inevitably go up in the New Year is another factor many public and private buyers are taking into consideration at this juncture. With this in mind, we fully expect a flurry of activity at the warehouse sale.”
Viewing will take place on Wednesday the 18th of November from 9am to 4pm. The auction will take place at PVA’s warehouse at 14 Prolecon Road, Prolecon on Thursday the 19th of November at 10.30am.