Ritchie Bros. will hold its final 2016 Edmonton auction on Dec. 8-9.
The two-day unreserved auction already features 360+ trailers, 100+ truck tractors, 60+ compactors, 45+ dozers, and 55+ excavators, as well as a large selection of vocational trucks, lifting equipment, and more.
All items will be sold unreserved—no minimum bids or reserve prices. Bidders can participate in person at the auction site or online at rbauction.com.
"We will be selling equipment and trucks for hundreds of Alberta companies—helping move idle or underutilized assets to people and companies who need it to work today or in the coming year," said Brian Glenn, senior vice president, Ritchie Bros. "Our final Edmonton auction of the year has equipment from every sector. If you need it, we probably have it. We welcome interested bidders to check our website or visit our auction site in person to test and inspect the items themselves."
Equipment will be sold for more than 550 owners, including complete dispersals for Dan Bailey Oilfield & Road Construction Ltd., Corvet Construction 1977 Ltd., and Site Safety Services Inc.
Specific equipment highlights include:
A 2016 Caterpillar D7R XR crawler tractor (certified rebuild)
A 2004 Demag AC160-1 160-ton 10x8x8 all-terrain crane
A 2015 Caterpillar 980M wheel loader
Two 2008 Tadano GT900XL 90-ton 8x4x4 hydraulic truck cranes
A 2006 Tadano TR800XXL-4 80-ton 4x4x4 rough terrain crane
Two 2014 Caterpillar D6N LGP crawler tractors
In the event of extreme weather, the Edmonton auction site will sell all items by photo.