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Turners: Massive Contractors Equipment Auction in Auckland

Turners Announces Massive Contractors Equipment Auction in Auckland

As you will probably be aware Turners Auctions are New Zealand’s largest auction house with a branch in Whangarei, five branches in Auckland and branches in Hamilton, Palmerston North, Tauranga, Napier, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. What you may not be aware of is the upcoming auction they are undertaking on behalf of the receivers and finance company for JB Contractors Ltd. This will be a massive equipment auction. If you would like to have more information regarding this auction, go to their website at http://www.turners.co.nz/About/news/Pages/JB_CONTRACTORS.aspx.

Something to bear in mind is that Turners Auctions sell everything on the day so don’t miss out on these tremendous bargains with over 400 lots which will be sold in two days at two locations. The first auction is on Tuesday 25 September at 10am at 3 Balemi Way, Wiri, Manukau City in Auckland. You can view this equipment on the Monday before the auction, the 24th of September between 10am and 4pm.

Auction Day Two will be on Wednesday 26 September at 10am at 68 Gavin Street, Penrose in Auckland. The viewing for this auction will be on the previous Monday as well, between 10am and 4pm. Included in these auctions are a 22-tonne Directional Thruster, Actros & Western Star Tractor Units, an MTE 3-Axle Semi-Transport Trailer, a 2-Axle Pull Transport Trailer, 2x3-Axle Tipping Trailers, Generators, Pumps, Mud Tanks, Ditch Witches, 4-Wheeler Tip Trucks, a Bottle Truck, Front End Loaders, Excavators, including Komatsu, Hyundai & Hitachi and even an Amphibious Excavator and much more.

If you can’t make it to either of these auctions, don’t worry as you can bid or view from the comfort of your home using Turners Live. Turners Live is the first stand-alone programme in New Zealand that allows you to view, bid and buy from any of the Turners Auctions branches, without actually having to physically be at the auction. By going to the Turners website you can find the clear instructions for simplified installation to allow you to bid on line, bearing in mind that you can switch between two or more simultaneous auctions. This is where you can register and add your credit card information which will allow you to bid online. You can click on the link for a step by step guide to help you to complete this process.

You can also click on the links for both Day One and Day Two of the auctions to view the entire catalogues for both days. Visit www.turners.co.nz now to look at other auctions too.

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