1st Fleet liquidation begins

1st Fleet liquidation begins


Automotive and industrial auctioneer Manheim and insolvency and auction specialists Hymans will be conducting one of the largest liquidation auctions ever held in Australia, on behalf of De Vries Tayeh in the matter of 1st Fleet Group of Companies (in liquidation).
Hymans and Manheim will be holding a series of auctions around the country, commencing in Melbourne on Tuesday 29 May at 10.00am. The auction will provide interested parties with the opportunity to secure large fleets of late-model line haul and general freight assets.
Approximately $4m worth of late model trucks, trailers and transport equipment will be offered in the auction being held at 17-26 Strezlecki Avenue, West Sunshine.
Members of the public can inspect all items listed for auction on Monday May 28, between 8.00am and 5.00pm. Viewing will also be possible on the morning of the auction itself.
For more information or to view an auction catalogue visit manheim.com.au.
The auction will be simulcast online to allow interstate buyers to see and hear the physical auction via the web.
Upcoming auctions have been scheduled in other states during June:
Friday 1 June

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