Preview: Dirt Every Day Episode to Feature IronPlanet

Above: Fred Williams, host of Dirt Every Day, drives a military surplus truck provided by IronPlanet

On June 9th, Motor Trend’s online video series “Dirt Every Day” puts the spotlight on IronPlanet as host Fred Williams explores the very cool world of government surplus vehicles. We got in touch with Williams so he can give you a preview of the episode, airing next week.

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Posted in Government Surplus, Behind the Scenes

June 4 Auction Preview: Trucks, Excavators and More

IronPlanet's June 4th auction includes over 800 pieces of equipment for sale, including lots of concrete equipment items, compactors, excavators, healing & cooling equipment and more. Everything's available now to preview and place bids in advance! 

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Posted in Up for Auction

In the News: May 25-29, 2015

This week in interesting industry headlines:

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Posted in In the News

IronPlanet's IronClad Assurance on Inspection Reports

Stakes are high for surplus equipment inspection reports, and all the work that goes into them at IronPlanet is paying off: the IronClad Assurance® program is proving to be a huge differentiator for the company. The Assurance guarantees that the inspection report is an accurate representation of the equipment for sale. If a buyer has a dispute, IronPlanet promises through this guarantee that the company will work with the buyer directly for resolution. 

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Posted in Behind the Scenes

IronPlanet Names Gord McDougall Managing Director, Canada, Cat Auction Services

PLEASANTON, Calif. – May 28, 2015 – IronPlanet, the leading online marketplace for buying and selling used heavy equipment and trucks, today announced that Gord McDougall has joined its Canadian executive team as managing director, Canada, Cat Auction Services. A leader in the used heavy equipment industry, McDougall will help expand IronPlanet’s reach in Canada and continue to build momentum for its Cat Auction Services marketplace.

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Posted in Press Releases