DRIVERS, owners and operators should get ready for a bargain at Pickles Auctions this month, with two massive events.
The national auction group holds regular monthly industrial auctions across the country featuring trucks, trailers, machinery and heavy salvage, available via fixed-price, on-site and online auctions.
This month, Pickles will be hosting a huge late-model transport equipment liquidation in Victoria and the Major Heavy Haulage and Crane disposal auction in Queensland.
With a huge range and real savings for buyers, hundreds of assets are set to go under the hammer.
The goods up for grabs include:
29 prime movers.
17 rigid curtainsiders, table tops and light commercials.
40-plus flat and drop deck curtainsiders (A&B) trailers.
One flat top extendible, flat tops, drop deck skels, container side loader, refrigerated pentechs, forklifts, sweepers plus more.
The auction is being held under instructions from the liquidator and major financiers.
WHEN: Thursday, November 23, at 10am.
WHERE: 12 Toll Dr, Altona North, Victoria 3025.
View the items online or register to attend at http://buy.pickles.com.au /transport.
Further north in Brisbane, Queensland, under instruction from Derrick Vickers and Gregory Hall as receivers and managers of NQ Group Pty Ltd (in liquidation), North Queensland Heavy Haulage Services Pty Ltd (subject to deed of company arrangement) and other major financiers, Pickles will host the Major Heavy Haulage and Crane disposal auction of more than $3million worth of assets.
The auction will feature:
2010 Kenworth T658 prime mover.
Kenworth C500 prime mover.
2012 Kenworth T659 prime mover.
2008 Steel Bro SBSS343F tri axle swinglift trailer.
2013 Liebherr LTM 1095-5.1 all-terrain crane.
2011 Demag ACR250-1 all-terrain crane.
WHEN: Thursday, November 30, 10am.
WHERE: 49 Breadwell St, Rocklea, Queensland 4106.
Pickles is Australia's largest auction and valuations business.
The team works as a specialist in the disposal of industrial equipment on behalf of State and Federal government departments, fleet and leasing companies, finance and insurance companies and major corporate businesses.
In the past 52 years, Pickles has grown from a single operation to 23branches nationwide.
The company is proud to partner as a trusted auctioneer with many vendors across various sectors, including agriculture, automotive, aviation, cranes, engineering, earthmoving, fleets, information technology, manufacturing, machinery, marine, mining and civil construction, recreational, retail and transport.
Offering a variety of disposal methods including auction, tender or private treaty, live online bidding plus fixed-price trucks and machinery, Pickles offers a total asset management solution.
For more details, visit: http://buy.pickles.com.au/ nqhaulage/.