EHE Auctions Provides an Alternative to the Construction Machinery Show in Saudi Arabia

EHE Auctions, an auction platform for used heavy equipment, is making it possible for people across the globe to get a deal on used heavy equipment.

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The great thing about EHE Auctions is that we have a turn-key, stress-free online marketplace for buying and selling used heavy construction and farm equipment.

League City, TX (PRWEB) February 16, 2014

The Construction Machinery Show is making a return to Saudi Arabia Feb. 16-20, but representatives with EHE Auctions say they have the perfect alternative for getting the best deal possible when it comes to heavy construction and farm equipment.

“We provide a marketplace for buying and selling used heavy construction and farm equipment,” said Milissa Wise, Director of Operations and spokeswoman for EHE Auctions, as well as the parent company, Expert Heavy Equipment. “Let’s face it: When you want or need heavy equipment, you want the absolute best there is to offer, and at the right price.”

For many, especially in the GCC region, the upcoming Construction Machinery Show is the place to be, which is the largest dedicated event for heavy machinery and construction equipment in the GCC region.

The show is making its return to Saudi Arabia this year with a live demonstration area – a regional first, at the Dhahran International Exhibition Centre in Dammam.

Wise, however, stressed that an alternative to purchasing heavy equipment at the Construction Machinery Show, is to utilize its online action platform.

“The great thing about EHE Auctions is that we have a turn-key, stress-free online marketplace for buying and selling used heavy construction and farm equipment,” Wise pointed out, before adding that “Using EHE Auctions as an alternative to the Construction Machinery Show makes perfect business sense.”

The Construction Machinery Show will showcase the latest heavy machinery and construction equipment during the event.

In addition, alongside the indoor and outdoor exhibits, attendees will be able to witness an array of excavators, wheel loaders, concrete pumps, skid steers, as well as earth-moving equipment in action for the first time in the region, from manufacturers.

“But even with all of that, there’s no guarantee that buyers are getting the absolute best deal possible,” Wise noted. “In fact, the chances of saving money at any heavy equipment show, is slim to none.”

The company spokeswoman went on to stress that the truth of the matter is that what most buyers want is a great deal and peace of mind.

“That’s why even after attending the show that using EHE Auctions as an alternative purchasing or even selling method makes so much sense,” Wise said.

In fact, EHE Auctions has partnered with National Equipment Registry (NER) in an effort to provide customers with peace of mind when bidding on used equipment online. NER provides IRONcheck reports to ensure the machines being offered are not stolen and have no outstanding liens.

“Simply put: When you choose EHE Auctions, at the end of the day, you know exactly what you’re getting, and at the best price possible, regardless of your geographic location,” Wise said.

For more information, please visit: http://www.eheauctions.com.


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