Year-end auction could attract international buyers
The final auction of the year for WH Auctions will be an online auction, offering repossessed and fleet-maintained assets in Cape Town, Johannesburg and other parts of South Africa.
Martin Dibowitz, who heads WH Auctions’ recently opened Cape Town branch, says the company has decided to run its year-end auction on its dedicated, timed online auction site which allows buyers to bid effectively from anywhere in the world.
The auction has already started and will end on December 12. The closing times for bidding on the various lots can be found on the WH Auctions website.
The variety of assets currently on offer is enormous, he says.
“The auction will include a large selection of repossessed, running and non-running passenger and commercial vehicles from a leading financial institution, along with a late-model and tow-behind compressor, and a 2016 wide-body UV printer.
“In addition, there are a number of late-model Chevrolet 1.4 bakkies with full-service histories and canopies available, as well as some 23-seater buses and an Isuzu personnel carrier.
“A variety of small four- and six-ton rigid trucks, and some construction equipment will also be sold.”
Assets situated outside Cape Town include a number of Toyota Corolla 1.3 sedans and Isuzu KB250 bakkies, and a variety of trailers.
“The assets may be viewed up until the bidding ends, and the WH staff will be able to assist with any queries, from registering for the auction to details of the assets available for sale,” says Dibowitz.
He adds: “Our online auctions have been run successfully for the past five years, and the user-friendliness of our dedicated system allows a seamless bidding process.”
To participate in the auction, all bidders will need to be registered.
Potential bidders may contact Graeme Grobbelaar on 084 200 6272 or on firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance in this respect.
For further details, visit www.whauctions.com or call WH Auctions Cape on 0212040599.