Lees brothers sold a total of $3.9 billion of equipment at the 2012 auction
lees brothers sold a total of $3.9 billion of equipment at the 2012 auction
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Guide: Recently, lees brothers held the last auction in 2012 and set a new record. In 2012, lees brothers sold $3.9 billion worth of equipment at its auction, of which $1.3 billion came from bidders. Lee brothers auction in Vancouver, British Columbia
recently, Lee brothers held the last auction in 2012 and set a new record
in 2012, lees brothers sold a total of $3.9 billion worth of equipment at its auction, of which $1.3 billion came from bidders
Vancouver, British Columbia - lees brothers auction house (New York Stock Exchange and Toronto Stock Exchange Jinan experimental machine factory universal experimental machine fully functional exchange code: RBA) is the world's largest industrial auction house. A total of about US $3.9 billion worth of equipment was sold at 328 no reserve price auctions held around the world in 2012; The total auction revenue increased by 5% year-on-year, becoming the highest amount recorded in the company's year-on-year history. Fault 5: the tensile test of the tensile machine. In the fourth quarter alone, the company's total auction revenue reached $1billion. Lee brothers auction house () attracted a large number of bidders to register on in 2012, and its number broke the record; A total of about $1.3 billion worth of equipment, trucks and other assets were sold by upward bidders, an increase of 18% year-on-year, making it the highest annual auction in its history
lees brothers auction house (December 20, 2012) held the last auction without reserve price this year in Los Angeles, California and St. Louis, Missouri, and plans to publish its 2012 fully audited annual financial statements and management discussion and Analysis on February 26, 2013. Unless otherwise stated, all amounts in this draft are in US dollars
summary and evaluation
Peter Blake, CEO of lees brothers auction house, said, "In the context of market turbulence throughout the year, with the good positioning of continuing to develop the business of no reserve price auction, we are very satisfied with the results achieved in 2012. At the same time, we are ready to open up a new path: attracting new customer groups. In 2012, we found that recently, people have less fierce competition for high-quality, low-cost old equipment; at the same time, we are more familiar with our long-term business development environment. The changes in the equipment market mentioned above not only mention It not only improved our performance during the year, but also promoted the increase in the number of online participants and the number of bidding portals. For example, more than 5million independent visitors visited our stations and online devices in 21 languages, with annual sales of US $1.3 billion. At the auction held in Canada, it set a record of more than $1billion in total auction proceeds; This record is undoubtedly an amazing innovation in terms of the auction of 10 permanent auction houses in Canada. "
blake added, "From the early investment of funds and strategic projects to the continuous improvement of operating leverage to expand our auction network around the world, such as the newly established British Donington Park Auction House, Chehalis, Washington (replacing Olympia, Washington), Raleigh Durham, North Carolina (replacing stetsville, North Carolina) Wait, we have been creating benefits. With the acquisition of assetnation, we are about to set up new auction markets and non auction markets, and 2013 will become a milestone year. The first auction without reserve price to be held in Beijing, China, the 6-day auction with room for price increase to be held in Orlando, Florida, and the grand opening ceremony of the auction in Jilong, Australia will prove the breadth of our purpose in providing good business solutions for builders around the world to trade equipment more conveniently and confidently. "
the world's largest heavy equipment auction: Orlando, Fla.
lees brothers auction house held the world's largest heavy equipment auction in Orlando, Fla., from February 13 to 18, 2012, and set a number of company records, including total auction revenue (US $203million), auction sales (more than 10000), total number of registered bidders (8670), number of sellers (830) The total proceeds of the auction (more than $47million) and the number of bidders (4070)
new sales record in Canada
lees brothers achieved a milestone after selling equipment and trucks worth more than $1billion at the Canadian auction in 2012. A new record was set at the open auction held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, from December 13 to 14, 2012. Highlights of Lee brothers in other auction venues in Canada include:
the largest Canadian auction in the history of Lee brothers auction house: held in Edmonton, Alberta, from April 24 to 26, 2012, with a value of C $108 million (more than US $110 million)
the largest Saskatchewan auction in the history of Lee brothers auction house: held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, on December 4, 2012, Worth C $30million (more than US $30million)
the largest Quebec auction in the history of lees brothers auction house: held in Montreal, Quebec, from December 5 to 6, 2012, worth C $42million (more than US $43million)
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