Complete Liquidation Auction Sale, Oklahoma City, July 17, 2014: Over 400 Items Such As Bucket Trucks, Digger Derricks, Tools And Attachments Will Be Sold With No Reserve - WBOC-TV 16, Delmarvas News Leader, FOX 21 -

Complete Liquidation Auction Sale, Oklahoma City, July 17, 2014: Over 400 Items Such As Bucket Trucks, Digger Derricks, Tools And Attachments Will Be Sold With No Reserve

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After 38 successful years, Electrical Line Services Inc. (ELS Inc.), a well respected Electrical Line Contractor, has decided to liquidate the assets of ELS Inc. and pursue other interests. JJ Kane will be the auction company for the liquidation in Oklahoma City, OK, Thursday, July 17th 2014 when over 400 pieces of equipment and vehicles will be auctioned.

Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) July 02, 2014

JJ Kane today announced their public auction in Oklahoma City, OK, Thursday July 17th 2014 when over 400 pieces of construction equipment and vehicles will be sold. Auction items include bucket trucks, digger derricks, pressure diggers, tractors, farming equipment, tools and attachments, and more!

The public auction location is at 14200 S. Tulsa Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73170, just a few miles south of Will Rogers World Airport. For questions, contact your auction consultant David Lange at (817) 602-1241 or email david(at)jjkane(dot)com

The auction is live with bidding starting at 9:00 a.m. Thursday July 17th, and buyers do not have to be present to participate as anyone can register to bid online. Bidders can inspect auction equipment on Tuesday July 15th and Wednesday July 16th, from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM and sale day starting at 7:00 AM. J.J. Kane is well-known for used bucket truck and utility equipment auctions. However, their auctions also feature many used light-duty trucks, cars, vans, SUV's and more. One of the benefits of this auction is that you do not have to be present to participate. Bidding can be done online, saving the cost of travel, and the company will help bidders and sellers through every step of the process.

JJ Kane auctions are absolute, meaning that everything sells to the highest bidder, regardless of price. There are no minimums or reserves at an absolute auction, and owners are not allowed to bid on equipment they have consigned to the auction. Selling price is determined by the bidders participating in the auction, you dont have to be a dealer to buy. Anyone can register and connect directly with buyers and sellers through this auction company, helping both parties to exchange equipment at a fair price.

"At JJ Kane, we connect buyers with equipment they need through our simple process where you can buy or sell in person, on site or online. Sellers benefit from a convenient and cost-effective way to sell equipment and fleet vehicles at market value. Buyers like the fact that they can kick the tires and inspect vehicles and equipment personally prior to the auction, says Joe Kane, founder of J.J. Kane Auctioneers.

About J.J. Kane
J.J. Kane Auctioneers was founded more than 20 years ago by Joe Kane with a goal of providing the best process to serve our customers, anchored on a foundation of family, strong values and relationships. These values carry on, today, making J.J. Kane one of the most successful auction companies serving buyers and sellers of used construction equipment in the U.S and across the globe.

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