As numerous industries proceed with their operations back from a difficult 2020, worldwide interest for used equipment & machinery keeps on expanding. Numerous organizations stay careful about making huge interests in new machinery & infrastructure, while Supply chains have hit delivery levels for new gear. Everything considered, it makes the market for used heavy equipment a position of opportunities & freedoms for the both purchasers and merchants, clarifies Karl Werner, president worldwide at Ritchie Bros

March was a major month on the Auction front, with “exceptional interest bringing about solid evaluating and pricing across essentially all equipment category classifications,” says Doug Olive, Ritchie Bros. senior VP, pricing.

On Taking a close look at the outcomes from its U.S. local and online Auctions, Ritchie has “seen request soar” during the month, Olive says. The online local auctions pulled in excess of 11,000 online bidders each, as per Ritchie’s most recent Used Equipment Market Trends report.

 

 

With the March version of the report, Ritchie split its earthmoving Index into medium earthmoving and enormous earthmoving indexes. The huge earthmoving list incorporates tractors, wheel loaders, excavators, articulated dump trucks, motor graders, scrappers, wheeled excavators, wheel dozers, track loaders and soil compactors.

For the three months finishing off with March, costs in this section expanded by 5% on comparison with a similar time period in 2020.

The medium earthmoving portion incorporates skid steers, compact track loaders, compact backhoes and midi tractors. Costs in this fragment expanded 15% in contrast with the a similar period a year ago.

For the first quarter, costs for truck tractors expanded by 9% and vocational truck costs expanded by 2% contrasted with a similar period in 2020.

Top selling models

Top U.S. selling models sold at Ritchie auctions by volume in March were as follows:

 

Equipment

Model

Excavators Deere 135G, Cat 349F L, Cat 336F L.
Crawler tractors Cat D6T, Cat D6N, Komatsu D275.
Articulated dump trucks Volvo A35E, Volvo A35C, Terex TA300
Skid steers Bobcat S530, Bobcat S510, Cat 272D2
Compact track loaders Bobcat T590, Cat 289D, Cat 259D
Compact excavators Deere 27D, Deere 75G, Deere 50G
Tri-axle trucks Kenworth T800, Peterbilt 389, Peterbilt 388
Telescopic handlers Skytrak 8042, Skytrak 6042, Skytrak 10054
Boom lifts JLG 600AJ, JLG E300AJP, JLG 800AJ

Data Source: Ritichie Bros Sales Reports

 

In 2021, Ritchie Bros. has seen record online interest for equipment. The concise preview below features the top equipment search look across Ritchie Bros. Salespeople, Ritchie Bros. Resource Valuator evaluating apparatus, and RitchieSpecs etc.

As it should be obvious, truck tractors keep on being extremely mainstream, as are backhoes, wheel loaders, dozers, and pickup trucks. Top movers on the rundowns were mini excavator, climbing 6 spots on rbauction (momentum stock inquiries), furthermore, boom lifts, climbing 4 rungs on RB Asset Valuator (pricing searches).

 

 

Buyers and sellers

Buyers and sellers in Texas led the way in used equipment auction sales in the first three months of 2021.

Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee and California rounded out the top selling regions. On the buying side, in addition to Texas, the top areas for buyers were California, Florida and the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Alberta.

 

Source: Ritichie Bros Quarterly Reports, Equipment World.