Defence machines to go under hammer

MORE than 50 pieces of Department of Defence equipment and machinery will be up for grabs during August when Manheim conducts Australia-wide auctions.
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Over 50 machinery lots will go under the hammer in August

Jon Cuthbert

A wide range of tractors, rollers, cranes and other earthmoving and materials handling equipment will be offered in Adelaide (August 7), Perth (August 7), Melbourne (August 9), Hobart (August 10), Townsville (August 16) and Darwin (August 22).

Items can be inspected at Manheim locations in the lead-up to each auction and on the morning of the auction itself.

Manheim Department of Defence national remarketing manager Michael Smith is anticipating strong interest from the building and construction industries as well as the materials handling industry.

“Defence equipment is always highly sought after by private and business buyers as it is well maintained,” he said.

“With the auctions taking place in a number of Manheim locations around Australia and beamed live on the internet via Simulcast, buyers will be able to participate online nationally and internationally.”

For a full list of the items available for sale, interested buyers can visit manheim.com.au.

This article first appeared in ILN's sister publicaiton ConstructionIndustryNews.net.

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