Machinery Auction Website Hits Landmark Figure
|Used plant and heavy equipment specialist www.mrmachinery.com has hit a significant milestone in the number of buyers and sellers taking advantage of its online auction portal.
The website, which enables construction companies, agricultural firms and other businesses to buy and sell high-quality items of used machinery, now attracts more than 75,000 unique users a year, firmly establishing the company as one of the top three online machinery auction hosts in the world.
Founded in 2007, Mr Machinery currently has a global audience across more than 170 countries, with items on offer in its recent fortnightly reserved auctions being sold to bidders from Japan, Australia, the United States, Middle East, and Africa, not to mention buyers from across the UK, Ireland and continental Europe.
Mark Bacon, Managing Director of Mr Machinery, commented: "It is a great achievement to reach the 75,000 unique user figure in such a short space of time. It shows there truly is a genuine worldwide market for high quality plant and construction equipment. Anyone interested in buying used cranes, diggers, trucks, trailers or other pieces of machinery can take part in free online bidding with no buyer's commission, while they also have access to in-depth reports about each item.
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"And companies looking to sell any surplus construction equipment can take advantage of our free valuation service, where by simply uploading a picture of their machine and entering a few basic details – such as the year it was manufactured and the serial number– they'll get an assessment from our team of experts on the item’s potential value at auction."
Mr Machinery is a dedicated online auction portal offering a unique platform for the sale and purchase of used plant machinery. Founded in 2007, the organisation has a global audience across more than 170 countries worldwide and currently attracts approximately 75,000 unique users to its site every year. With extensive experience within the heavy equipment and logistics industries, the team provides both buyers and sellers with a professional, personal and reliable service.
For all enquiries please contact Mark Bacon on +44 (0) 7813 604092 or via email at email@example.com.
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