In any industry, using quality equipment is imperative for safety, effectiveness and cost-efficiency. Buying earthmoving machines on auction in South Africa is simple when you go to the right auctioneers. There are plenty of options available to optimise all tasks and processes. Here are three reasons to consider buying earthmoving equipment at an auction, whether you’re starting out, or wanting to replace what you already have.
Safer Earthmoving Projects
On-site safety is a major concern for anyone using such heavy machinery. Most earthmoving accidents can be avoided if the right quality equipment is used. You can find quality earthmoving equipment on auction!
Efficient Earthmoving Machines
As technology advances, machines provide an unrivalled ease-of-use and efficiency. Advanced technology ensures that many processes are automated, making learning the operation of the machinery quicker and the navigation of them easier. With less time spent wasted on tedious training, your crew can focus on the task at hand faster. Quality equipment will also provide peace of mind with reliability. There will be no unexpected machine fault or failure if your earthmoving machinery is up to date and found at a quality auctioneer.
Saving Money at an Earthmoving Equipment Auction
Sometimes the cost of maintaining an older machine can be greater than investing in a newer one at an auction. All equipment over time becomes dated and, eventually, obsolete. This can mean that repairs, parts and services become rarer, and thus, more expensive. Buying newer earthmoving machines at an auction can save money in the long run, and will work out cheaper than investing in a brand new one unnecessarily.
NUco Auctioneers hosts prestigious auctions for earthmoving equipment and much more! Some examples of what you can find at these auctions include excavators, front-end loaders, graders and rollers, under trusted brand names in the earthmoving industry like CAT, Bell, Komatsu, Mercedes Benz, Scania, Volvo, Hitachi and JCB.
Contact NUco Auctioneers for an updated 2020 auction calendar, and to ask any question you might have about auctions.