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Ritchie Bros set to auction items in Dubai sale

Ritchie Bros will auction more than 800 pieces of equipment and trucks at their Jebel Ali site in March

An Aerial view of Ritchie Bros' lot ahead of their December auction.
An Aerial view of Ritchie Bros' lot ahead of their December auction.

Heavy equipment auctioneer Ritchie Bros will auction more than 800 pieces of equipment and trucks from 1-2 March in an unreserved bidding process at its site in Jebel Ali. 

The two-day auction will feature: used and unused hydraulic excavators; dump trucks; truck tractors; crawler tractors; wheel loaders and much more - together representing a variety of brands and models. 

On auction day, bidders will be able to join in person at the Dubai site, live online via rbauction.com or by proxy.

As the auction is unreserved, all of the items will be sold to the highest bidders over the course of the three days regardless of the bidding price achieved.

Throughout 2015, 3,400 bidders from all over the world joined auctions held by Ritchie Bros - with more than half of the participants coming from outside of the UAE and purchasing 42% of the equipment.

The company broke several local auction site records and sold more than 8,000 items.

All equipment listings and details of the auction can be viewed HERE.

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