IronPlanet set to auction 350+ pieces of aggregate, mining equipment on Sept. 16
Online construction and agricultural equipment auction marketplace IronPlanet plans to sell more than 350 pieces of aggregate and mining equipment in its Sept. 16 online auction.
Equipment for sale includes crushers, conveyors, rock drills, and screens located throughout the U.S. ideal for aggregate, mining and quarry applications including the following specific items:
•Marion 7820 Walking Dragline in Pennsylvania;
•2004 Caterpillar 615C Series II Elevating Motor Scrapers in Texas (three for sale);
•Cedarapids 1516 Andreas Crusher Crushing Plant, unused, in Iowa;
•Caterpillar 773B Off-Road End Dump Trucks in Alabama, Tennessee, and Florida (four for sale); and
•Extec S-5 Screen in Michigan.
IronPlanet conducts detailed inspection reports on thousands of items up for sale.
The inspection reports for the unreserved auctions may be viewed at www.ironplanet.com. The reports include photos and detailed information on the visual inspection of key systems and components along with ratings and notes, images of the equipment, wear-related measurements and oil/fluid samples when appropriate.
During the online auctions, the equipment and vehicles will be sold to the highest bidder. Prior to auction day, registered bidders can place bids through IronPlanet’s PriorityBid service, which can also automate bidding on the buyer’s behalf if the buyer is not able to attend the auction.
For more information on IronPlanet auctions, go to www.ironplanet.com or contact customer service at 888-433-5426.
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