Ritchie Bros. auction numbers up almost 30% from last year for September
September 12, 2022 By Don Horne
Ritchie Bros. latest Edmonton, Alta. auction included more than 8,300 equipment items that sold for over $76 million in gross transaction value, a 29 per cent increase over the same event last year.
“We had a lot of happy consignors, with equipment and trucks bringing strong demand and pricing through all three days of the auction,” said Andrew Lutic, Regional Sales Manager, Ritchie Bros. “Leading up to the event our Edmonton site was busy with buyers inspecting items to add to their fleet for upcoming projects. For those that were unable to get the equipment they need for the winter season, we have a ton of upcoming buying opportunities including our next big Edmonton auction in late October.”
The three-day online event on Sept. 7-9, attracted more than 14,600 bidders from 46 countries. Approximately 94 per cent of the equipment in the unreserved auction was sold to Canadian buyers, including 59 per cent sold to Albertans. The remaining six per cent of the equipment was sold to international buyers from as far away as Colombia, India, and Ireland.
More than 1,100 consignors sold equipment in the Edmonton auction, including a major realignment for Ninkovich Gravel Ltd.
“When you work with Ritchie, you get a company that’s thoughtful, considerate, and always looking out for your best interests,” said Dave Ninkovich of Ninkovich Gravel Ltd. “They provided direction on how to increase the value of my assets at auction and it worked, as we surpassed my original expectations and hit the price I was hoping for.”
- 2017 Komatsu D155AXI-8 dozer – CA$400,000 (US$304,040)
- 2014 Kenworth C500 National NBT45TM 45-ton straight boom truck – CA$357,500 (US$271,736)
- 2015 Caterpillar 740BEJ ejector articulated dump truck – CA$325,000 (US$247,033)
- 2014 Caterpillar 349FL hydraulic excavator – CA$265,000 (US$201,427)
- 2013 Peterbilt 367 2012 vacuum industrial on 8×6 hydro vac truck – CA$260,000 (US$197,626)
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