League City, TX (PRWEB) August 08, 2013
Representatives with Expert Heavy Equipment announced today that it has launched EHE Auctions, which it says is totally different from other auction companies.
“Our mission with EHE Auctions is to become a turn-key, stress-free online marketplace for buying and selling used heavy construction and farm equipment,” said Milissa Wise, director of operations for Expert Heavy Equipment, the parent company of the newly launched EHE Auctions, which is owned and operated by former Marines, two of which are female.
The launching of EHE Auctions could prove to have perfect timing due to industry trends.
In fact, according to a new industry study, conducted by World Construction Machinery, which presents historical demand data for the years 2000, 2005 and 2010, plus forecasts for 2015 and 2020 by product, world region and for 36 countries, global construction and farm equipment demand is expected to grow at a yearly rate of 6.5 percent through 2015.
The study went on to point out that heavy construction and farm equipment growth is expected to reach a value in excess of $170 billion.
Wise explained that EHE Auctions was created to offer a service for individuals and companies that want to dispose of their heavy construction or farm equipment.
The spokeswoman went on to explain that unlike most auction companies that charge listing fees, plus 3 to 18 percent of the sales price, with EHE Auction, there are no consignment fees.
“We don't collect any fees for the sale of your equipment,” Wise stressed, before adding that EHE Auctions has partnered with WeGoLook and National Equipment Registry (NER) in an effort to provide customers with piece of mind when bidding on used equipment online.
WeGoLook, according to Wise, has agents that will take a complete set of photos and a video of the machine so everything is disclosed.
In addition, Wise noted that EHE Auctions’ partnership with NER provides IRONcheck reports to ensure the machines being offered are not stolen and have no outstanding liens.
“Because there is no titling process for heavy construction and farm equipment, this allows individuals and companies to avoid potentially huge problems by clearly establishing ownership rights,” Wise said. “IRONcheck reports eliminate any surprises for the buyer.”
EHE Auctions also has a partnership with Proxibid, which Wise said, allows the newly formed company to offer the largest base of global, qualified buyers.
“This ensures a high return on your equipment,” Wise said. “What’s even better is that with EHE Auctions, there’s no transportation costs, no negotiations, and no hassles with photos and video.”
“We provide a lot of benefits that you won’t find anywhere else, but the bottom line is that EHE Auctions is just totally different from other auction companies,” Wise said.
For more information, please visit: http://www.eheauctions.com .