The high-value assets on offer will include late-model Mercedes Benz trucks, low-bed trailers, excavators, water tankers and a Caterpillar road recycler.
On Thursday WH Auctions Cape will dispose of the remaining assets of NMC and Mokwena Surfacing, as instructed by the joint liquidators.
The assets will go under the hammer at WH Auctions Cape’s monthly vehicle and plant auction, to be held at its Epping 2 premises.
Martin Dibowitz, who heads the auction company’s Cape operation, says the high-value assets on offer will include late-model Mercedes Benz trucks, low-bed trailers, excavators, water tankers and a Caterpillar road recycler.
Other items available will include containers and various smalls.
“On the plant side we will have a selection of generators and small plant and equipment, skidsteer loaders, front-end loaders and forklifts.
“The vehicles to be auctioned will include a large number of repossessed and fleet units from financial institutions.
“The list includes late-model Mercedes Benz executive vehicles, including A Class, B Class, C Class, E Class, MLs, CLAs and GLAs.
“In addition, a selection of accident-damaged and non-running repossessed vehicles from Wesbank will be sold.”
The inventory list for the auction is being updated daily, says Dibowitz, who suggests potential buyers visit www.whauctions.com regularly to keep abreast of the latest offerings.
The auction assets may also be viewed at WH Auctions Cape’s premises at WH Park, 17 Dacres Avenue, Epping 2, on June 20 between 8.30am and 4.30pm.
“Our staff will be on hand at our yard to assist buyers with queries,” Dibowitz says.
The auction will be held at the same venue at 10.30am on June 21.
Dibowitz says WH Auctions offers a webcast facility which allows buyers who are unable to attend the auction in person to bid in real time via their PC, mobile phone or tablet.
For more details call WH Auctions Cape on 0212040599.