FTMTA News 13th July 2017

FTMTA Farm Machinery Trade AuctionAuction

The first ever FTMTA Farm Machinery Trade Auction continues to receive a very positive reaction from members of the Association. The FTMTA Farm Machinery Trade Auction will be held, in conjunction with well known auctioneering firm Paul Cooke Auctions,           at Punchestown Event Centre on Saturday, September 30th.

Numerous lots have already been entered to the auction by FTMTA members across the country. Among the many quality lots entered and certain to attract strong interest from machinery buyers at home and also overseas are tractors, combines, self propelled silage harvesters, tillage implements, grass implements and construction equipment.  The auction will facilitate the sales of lots coming from FTMTA member firms only and lots from other sources will not be considered.

Viewing will be open at Punchestown on the two days prior to the auction, Thursday and Friday, September 28th and 29th. Full details, including photographs, of most lots will be available on line at www.paulcookeauctions.com in advance of the auction. Bidding will be possible onsite, online or through a pre bid service. To bid at the auction, potential buyers must first place a bidding deposit with the auctioneers and this is fully refundable in the event of not making a purchase.

FTMTA members can receive further information in relation to the auction from the FTMTA office on 045 409309 or at info@ftmta.ie.

Be a part of a stronger, professional, farm machinery industry – join the Farm Tractor and Machinery Trade Association – contact FTMTA at 045 409309 or membership@ftmta.ie for details.

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