Ray Mullen opened his construction business 41 years ago in Northern New Jersey. Shortly after the company opened, the county where his company was located experienced a housing boom and his company boomed along with it. Specializing in site work, road construction, sewer, watermain and storm drain installation, as well as curbing and paving, D.R. Mullen Construction Company Inc. was busy, growing to 35 employees.
If you’re American and you purchase trucks or equipment for your U.S.-based business, you might know about a U.S. tax deduction called Section 179. It’s been approved for the 2017 tax year and now eligible to use, but figuring how to take advantage of Section 179 can be dizzyingly complex unless you’re a professional accountant.
A wide variety of motor graders are bought and sold online at IronPlanet and at Ritchie Bros. onsite auctions each year. If you’re planning to buy a used motor grader, make sure your inspection list includes a thorough look at these five motor grader components.
Truck drivers depend heavily on their trucks. It's their livelihood and, for long-haul drivers, it can be their home away from home. This extremely interdependent relationship between drivers and their trucks quickly turns even the greenest of drivers into truck experts.
A look at this highly popular – and easy – method of buying.
When it comes to shopping for used heavy equipment, trucks and other industrial assets, many buyers limit themselves to buying channels that they’re comfortable and/or familiar with: private sellers or dealers and brokers.
If you're looking for a used hydraulic excavator, check out the selection available for sale online at IronPlanet.com and at Ritchie Bros. unreserved onsite auctions. But before you head out to inspect the machine you want, check for these five things to help determine the value of an item you're interested in buying and avoid unexpected repairs or replacement costs.
Ritchie Bros. Financial Services (RBFS) is now serving as a preferred financing provider to IronPlanet customers.
For the past three years, our GovPlanet marketplace has been helping the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) sell thousands of its surplus assets. After seeing consistently strong returns, the DLA has extended its contract with GovPlanet until at least September 2018.
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture is selling farmland through the IronPlanet Daily Marketplace. In total, 48 lots containing 75 parcels of land are available to be purchased. Bidding opens October 23rd and will close on November 6, 7, and 9, 2017.
Ritchie Bros. has been helping Australians buy and sell construction, mining, transport and agricultural equipment for more than 20 years.
After acquiring IronPlanet, the fast-growing, innovative, online marketplace for equipment and other durable assets, earlier this year, Ritchie Bros. wanted to expand the brand and its convenient service to Australian customers as soon as possible.