Goindustry Dovebid South Africa (go-dove.com) will hold its seventh multi-vendor online auction of construction and mining equipment. The auction is scheduled to close on October 31.
This major sale of low-hour, high-quality construction and mining machinery includes the disposal of surplus machines from MCC Group, Basil Read, Afrimat, Andru and Bell.
Featured assets include Komatsu excavators, CAT dump trucks, Terex and Bell ADTs, CAT and Komatsu bulldozers, Powerstar tippers and trucks, rollers, Bell front-end loaders, and more. The sale is expected to raise R100m.
According to the company, its secure, user-friendly software has provided bidders with the confidence to participate in online auctions. This year the auction company has achieved sales worth more than R200m.
Source: The Times via I-Net Bridge
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