ONLINE TRUCK AND CONSTRUCTION
AUCTIONS SOUTH AFRICA
Our online auction platform assists you in maximising the profits as well as finding the perfect product for you. Since the start of WCT auctions in 1995,
the world of auctions has changed and we have perfected the art of a successful and trustworthy online auction using the best available technology
coupled with a thorough understanding of earthmoving, commercial, transport, construction, and mining sectors.
BUY A TRUCK THROUGH AN
up to their desired budget amount.
WCT online truck auctions in South Africa have ensured that winning bid purchases are streamlined. WCT auctions offer an easy auctioning process without
tedious processes that steal your time. You also don’t need to worry about negotiating a price with a seller because, at the end of the day, an auction is
about how much you’re willing to spend.
REGISTER FOR TRUCK
To register for a truck auction online is an easy process. All you need to do is complete the registration form by downloading it from our website. This will enable you to speed up the process when collecting your bidder card on the day of the auction. Registration will take place the day before the auction as well as on the auction day. Ensure that your refundable registration deposit of R20,000 has been paid to WCT Auctions before the auction commences. Don’t stress, the deposit is 100% refundable and takes 2 to 3 working days to receive the full deposit refund.
FARM EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY AUCTIONS
We aim to provide all our clients with a reliable and trusted auction experience for genuine farm equipment and
machinery. The WCT expert team will guide you in the auction process and you can consult our FAQ page for some tips.
3 TIPS FOR BUYING FARM EQUIPMENT AT AUCTION
in South Africa, WCT wants to share our top 3 tips with you.
Research the Equipment or Machine
The beauty of online farm machinery auctions is that you have ample time to research the type of machine on the internet before placing your bid. Make sure you know exactly what you need and exactly what you’re bidding on. Also, try and obtain as much documentation from the auctioneer as you can on the machine, like the number of hours and maintenance records. If you’re seeing the same service performed several times on a machine, that could be an indication of a problem that might recur once you are the owner.
Research the Cost
Do some diligent research and find out what similar makes and models of the farm equipment and machinery have been selling for at other auctions. Also, research the value of the equipment when bought new. Take this information as well as the age, condition, and operation hours of the machine into account when making a bid.
Research for Collection and Delivery
It is important to research what travel distance from the auction site to delivery will be as this might incur additional costs. This information will assist you in getting additional quotes for transport from the auctioneer. This might also provide you with additional valuable information before placing your bid at a farm equipment auction.