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.