People tend to take water for granted. When we turn on the shower or hold our Brita pitchers up to the faucet, we usually anticipate clean, cool water to pour out as if by magic. Most of the time the water does just that, all without giving a thought towards the hard work and engineering that goes into transporting, cleaning and delivering it into our homes and businesses. But what happens when we reach for our sink and the water we expect comes out undrinkable or not at all?
Roland Machinery Co. turned to Ritchie Bros.’ online marketplace to move inventory.
Topics: Construction, Heavy Equipment, customer
Mike and Helen Faulkner have been farming and ranching their whole lives—on a fourth-generation farm in Gooding, Idaho. Seeing an opportunity in the market in 1992 the couple started a harvest chopping business that quickly grew to become one of the largest in the area.
Topics: customer, agriculture
GovPlanet teams up with Vet Threadz to help fight Veteran Suicides
Justin and Lenny started Vet Threadz after their deployment, with the intent of creating high quality apparel for those who enjoy freedom, shooting guns and getting their swoll on. However, with both having multiple friends fall victim to suicide, this non-profit uses clothing sales to bring awareness to this growing problem, and donates the funds to various charities who support the fight against PTSD and other combat related issues.