New Zealand National IronPlanet Auction Slated for May 23
Posted: 12-Apr-2024 |

Ritchie Bros, a renowned leader in the global auction industry, is excited to announce the upcoming New Zealand National Auction scheduled for May 23, 2024, at the Ritchie Bros. yard located in Drury. With a proven track record of facilitating successful auctions, Ritchie Bros. invites sellers from all corners of New Zealand to consign their equipment and machinery for this highly anticipated event. 

Dom McGlinchey, Regional Sales Manager at Ritchie Bros., expresses his enthusiasm, stating, "The New Zealand National Auction is a prime opportunity for sellers to showcase their equipment to a diverse audience of industry professionals and buyers. We are committed to providing a platform that maximises exposure and ensures competitive bidding for all consigned assets." 

This auction promises unparalleled visibility and access to a wide network of potential buyers, offering sellers the chance to capitalise on the robust marketing efforts and extensive reach of Ritchie Bros. "We understand the importance of reaching the right audience to achieve optimal results for our sellers," says McGlinchey. "Through our strategic marketing initiatives and online auction platform, we ensure that every piece of equipment receives the attention it deserves."

The New Zealand National Auction caters to a broad spectrum of heavy equipment categories, including construction machinery, agricultural equipment, transportation assets, and more. McGlinchey emphasises the seamless consignment process and convenience of online bidding, stating, "Our platform offers a user-friendly experience for both sellers and buyers. With our dedicated team providing support every step of the way, sellers can trust us to deliver exceptional service and results." 

Ritchie Bros. encourages sellers to seize this opportunity to transform their equipment into valuable assets. McGlinchey concludes, "Join us at the New Zealand National IronPlanet Auction and let us help you unlock the full potential of your equipment.”

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