More than 400 between Cape Town and Joburg sites
WH Auctions will start the year with two auctions, with more than 400 lots to be offered between their Cape Town and Joburg sites.
“There was a large intake of stock over the festive period, and the auctions will have a wide variety of assets,” says Martin Dibowitz, who heads WH Auctions’ recently opened Cape Town branch.
The Cape Town auction will include passenger and commercial vehicles, ranging from late-model high-end executive vehicles to small LDVs, including a Porsche Boxster S and a Porsche Panamera. It will also include repossessed, accident-damaged and non-running vehicles from a financial institution.
“There will also be rigid drop-side trucks, refrigerated trucks and volume vans, six personnel carriers with seating capacities ranging from 20 to 45 people, two 35-seater buses, and long-distance trucks and trailers, including taut liners and flat decks.”
Forklifts and self-drive cherry pickers will be among the items, as will small plant, including skid steer loaders, rough terrain forklifts, TLBs, compressors and generators.
Dibowitz says the Joburg auction will feature construction and earthmoving equipment, with dumpers, excavators, graders, rollers, TLBs, dozers and tractors on offer.
A complete fleet of trucks and trailers will also be on sale.
WH will offer clients unable to attend either auction the use of its webcast auction system, which allows bidders to participate in live auctions on their computers or phones.
The Cape Town auction will be held at 10.30am on Tuesday at WH Park, 17 Dacres Avenue, Epping 2. The items can be viewed between 9am and 4.30pm on Monday.
The Joburg auction will be held at 10.30am on Thursday at WH Midrand, 578 16th Road, Randjespark. The items can be viewed between 9.30am and 4.30pm on Wednesday.
See www.whauctions.com or call Graeme Grobbelaar on 0842006272.