Ritchie Bros. preparing for largest ever Canadian auction

by Truck News

EDMONTON, Alta. — Ritchie Bros. has announced it will host its largest ever Canadian auction in Edmonton at the end of April.

The four-day unreserved auction, which will run Apr. 28-May 1, features more than 8,000 trucks and other pieces of equipment.

Among them are more than 200 truck tractors, 110 dump trucks, 560 trailers and 95 articulated dump trucks. More than 30 Kenworth T800 tractors will be up for grabs.

“Our next Edmonton auction will be a huge event – our first four-day auction in Canada, with the most equipment we’ve ever sold in a Canadian auction,” said Jim Rotlisberger, regional sales manager, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “We have equipment from every sector – construction, transportation, agriculture, drilling and mining, oil and gas and more. The auction is open to the public, and every item will be sold to a new owner, with no minimum bids or reserve prices. Interested bidders are welcome to visit our Edmonton site ahead of the auction to inspect and test equipment. Bids can be placed in person, online in real time and by proxy.”

For full details, visit www.rbauction.com/Edmonton.

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  • This is a no brainer when it comes to the economy crapping because the oil prices dropping out of the bottom. Sad to think that the only way Canada runs is on oil.