This time of year many major companies take the very important step to dispose of their redundant assets. Assets that do not form part of a company’s operational focus anymore have great value in terms of capital.
PPC De Hoek & Riebeeck in the Western Cape has taken this important step and will dispose of redundant assets via SA Auction Group’s online platform from 24 to 26 November. Assets to come under the digital hammer include specialist machinery like a HALCO XPD 77-35 Drill rig, a P & H All Terrain crane, water trucks, a Massey Ferguson front end loader, compressors, forklifts and vehicles. Contact Christo Boshoff on 082 871 6066 for detailed information on this auction.
Various corporate instructions currently lead up to a year-end construction and mining online auction that will close on Thursday, 27 November, from 14:00. A 2010 Voortman industrial sandblaster has led to many enquiries from serious buyers since being listed on the company’s website. Water tankers, diesel tankers, abnormal and lowbed trailers, a 35 ton all terrain crane, a Volvo excavator, Galion grader, trucks and many more redundant assets will receive online bids. Contact Jacques le Roux on 082 903 5453 for any more information on this online auction.
Another online auction this week will involve the Ngwathe Municipality in the Free State. A large number of redundant assets from this municipality will be sold, which include vehicles, non-running vehicles, scrap and scrap parts. Online bids close on Friday, 28 November, from 14:00.
Prospective bidders must register online and supply their FICA documentation. For more information on these online auctions, contact Rudi Herbst on 082 695 6658 or visit www.SAGroupgroup.co.za
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