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Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers have seen increased success in the used equipment market of late

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers have seen increased success in the used equipment market as operators lean towards reliable supply.

A report from Ritchie Bros found that used equipment sales have skyrocketed post-COVID, as operators lean towards reliable supply over brand new equipment.

Correspondingly, it has sold a 2009 Cat dozer flying off the shelf and a 2021 Terex Supertrack following along close behind.

The Cat dozer was sold for $385,000 on Marketplace-E with more than 17,000 hours on the meter.

Its features of a 5100mm wide U-Blade with Dual Tilt, 600mm single grouser track shoes, four cylinder single-shank ripper with hydraulic pin puller were enough to tempt the buyer to take it home from Muchea in Western Australia.

The unused Terex/Finlay 684 Supertrak tracked incline screen plant will also be sold on Marketplace-E and Ritchie Bros. doesn’t expect it to hang around for long.

The Supertrak has just 16 hours on the dial and is decked out with cable remote control, a Cat C4.4 engine, a triple-deck screen and four separate conveyors.

If history is anything to go by, this machine won’t last long. Visit the website below to learn more.

More information: Ritchie Bros/Iron Planet, ironplanet.com.au/ marketplace-e

This product focus appeared in the May issue of Quarry.

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