Transfer trailers, excavators, loaders, dozers, trailers, heavy and light equipment, trucks, cars, SUVs and other Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County surplus items will be sold to the highest bidder, regardless of price, at 9 a.m. Saturday, June 5. There will be no buyer’s premium, no minimums and no reserves. The SWA Absolute Auction will take place rain or shine at the SWA Main Landfill Entrance, located at 6890 N. Jog Road in West Palm Beach.
Graham Auction Company will again lead this government surplus auction. A full list of auction items including mileage, hours and identification numbers can be found on the Graham Auction Company’s web site.
SWA auction items are available for inspection between noon and 2 p.m. on Friday, June 4, and at 8 a.m. on auction day. To obtain the full list of terms, and for all other auction inquires, call Graham Auction Company at (561) 427-0520.
The SWA and Graham Auction Company will require all in-person bidders to follow CDC guidelines as they relate to COVID-19. For those unable to attend the SWA auction in person, bidding is available online at www.proxibid.com, where there are photos and videos of the inventory. Online bidders can bid until the live auction begins and must be registered at www.proxibid.com at least 48 hours in advance of the auction. There is an internet premium of five percent added to all successful online bids, as well as sales tax, which is applied to the invoice total. Each lot is sold as is, where is.
The items purchased immediately become the responsibility of the purchaser. All items must be removed no later than Wednesday, June 9. Methods of payment include cash, cashier’s check or check with a bank letter of guarantee. Credit cards are not accepted for payment. The Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County reserves the right to add or to delete equipment from the sale.
The Graham Auction Company is recognized as an industry leader in the sale of capital and surplus assets through public auctions. Buyers from Alaska to Europe have responded by purchasing more than $100 million in real and personal property over six decades. Learn more at www.grahamauctionco.com.