Lansing MI Public Auction Dec 7, 2013: Heavy Construction Equipment, Bucket Trucks, Digger Derricks, Backhoes and More

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JJ Kane today announced their public auction in Lansing, MI, Saturday Dec 7th 2013 when over 650 pieces of construction equipment and vehicles will be sold. Auction items include bucket trucks, digger derricks, backhoes, loaders and more.

Used Construction Equipment Auctions

Used Construction Equipment Auctions

This Lansing Michigan Public Auction is a great place to get a good deal on a used backho or bucket truck.

JJ Kane today announced their public auction in Lansing, MI, Saturday Dec 7th 2013 when over 650 pieces of construction equipment and vehicles will be sold. Auction items include many different kinds of forestry equipment and vehicles, in addition to hydraulic knuckle boom cranes and hydraulic rough terrain cranes, digger derricks, forestry/tree care equipment, service trucks, used cars, vans, pickups, and much more! Equipment being sold is from Consumers Energy, Detroit Edison, Michigan Gas Utilities, Asplundh Tree Experts & Area Contractors. A few highlighted items include a 2008 Dresser TD-8M Crawler Tractor, and a 2008 Komatsu PC27MR-2 Mini Hydraulic Excavator, and a Manitex M38100S 38-Ton, Hydraulic Crane, rear mounted on, 2000 Kenworth T800 T/A Flatbed Truck

The public auction location is at the J.J. Kane auction yard, 750 Island Hwy, Charlotte, MI 48813. The auction consultant contact is Neil Ott, phone (616) 638-4364.

The auction is live with bidding starting at 9:00 a.m. Saturday Dec 7th, and buyers do not have to be present to participate as anyone can register to bid online. Bidders can inspect auction equipment on Friday Dec 6th, 8a.m.-4 p.m. and also at 7:00a.m. on auction day, Dec 7th. The auction is live, on-site in Charlotte, MI (Lansing Area), and items are added to the auction daily. Companies looking for used bucket trucks for sale and other construction and forestry equipment are encouraged to sign up for the email updates to stay informed of newly added equipment. J.J. Kane is well-known for used bucket truck and utility equipment auctions. However, their auctions also feature many used light-duty trucks, 1-ton trucks, cars, vans, SUV's and more. One of the benefits of this auction is that you do not have to be present to participate. Bidding can be done online, saving the cost of travel, and the company will help bidders and sellers through every step of the process.

JJ Kane auctions are absolute, meaning that everything sells to the highest bidder, regardless of price. There are no minimums or reserves at an absolute auction, and owners are not allowed to bid on equipment they have consigned to the auction. Selling price is determined by the bidders participating in the auction, and no one else. The auction offers direct access to the equipment contractors need, and differs from other auctions in that you don’t have to be a dealer to buy. Anyone can register and connect directly with buyers and sellers through this auction company, helping both parties to exchange equipment at a fair price.

“At JJ Kane, we care about our buyers and sellers as we provide the services that are important to both in a way that is most convenient for them. Sellers benefit from a convenient and cost-effective way to sell equipment for competitive market value. Buyers can kick the tires and inspect items personally, or if they prefer, they can make purchases online without the time and expense incurred with traveling to an auction,” says Joe Kane, founder of J.J. Kane Auctioneers.

About J.J. Kane
J.J. Kane Auctioneers was founded more than 20 years ago by Joe Kane with a philosophy to provide the best vehicle to take care of the customer and is based on a foundation of family, strong values and relationships. These values continue today, making J.J. Kane one of the more successful auction companies servicing buyers and sellers of used construction equipment in the U.S.

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