Ritchie Bros. will be auctioning about 400 truck tractors during two auctions in early December.
TORONTO, Ont. — Ritchie Bros. is hosting a pair of auctions in Montreal and Toronto in early December, which will see more than 390 truck tractors auctioned off.
Between the two auctions, there will be more than 140 Freightliners, 115 Internationals, 30 Peterbilts and 20 Kenworths up for bid.
The Montreal auction will be held Dec. 1-2 and the Toronto auction Dec. 5-6.
“We’ve sold more than 850 truck tractors in Montreal and Toronto so far this year, but it’s not often that we sell close to 400 at the two sites in less than a week,” said Jake Lawson, divisional manager, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “The large selection of late model truck tractors and other transportation equipment featured in these two auctions will certainly include something for any truck buyer – whether they are looking to purchase a single truck or an entire fleet of trucks and trailers.”
Interested buyers can bid online or in person. For full details, visit www.rbauction.com.
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