Euro Auctions, the leading international auctioneers of used industrial plant, construction machinery and agricultural equipment, is gearing up for the next on-site auction at its popular Brisbane, Australia premises on 19th November. This sale is shaping up to continue with the same array of quality new and used equipment as recent sales.
This follows the successful Live Online August auction that saw 80+ vendors consign equipment and the ‘Timed Online’ event in October.
“Despite the uncertainty that surrounds everything due to Covid 19 our Brisbane auctions are still providing good returns for consignors and bringing good quality new and used equipment to the market. We are still getting a wide variety of machineryeven in these times when some equipment is scarce. For buyers they can get access to a wide range of quality stock available in multiples all in one place.” Russell Robinson, Euro Auctions’ Brisbane Auction Manager.
The appeal of Brisbane
Each Brisbane auction increasingly draws strong bidder representation from across the continent and New Zealand, from right around the Pacific Rim and even further afield, with bidders being attracted from South Africa, India, the Middle East and even Western Europe. This makes a Euro Auctions sale a truly global event and one that is increasing in appeal.
“Given the volatile nature of 2020 we were absolutely delighted with how the year has gone with growth being achieved right across the board in regards to both locations and types of equipment on offer,” continues Robinson, “Demand for quality new andused plant and equipment right around the globe is definitely on the rise. We’re seeing terrific growth in the overall number of consignors, along with jumps in registered bidders, the number of successful first time buyers, and the average lot prices achieved. Euro Auctions attracts a truly global audience, with our operation in Australia going from strength-to-strength. We have seen a significant increase in demand from the South East Asia market in particular leading to a marked increase in the sale prices of excavators and dozers.”