On Nov. 12, 2008, a new auction occurred. Cold, wet and windy, the day was not helped by the fall financial meltdown or the dreary mood at the site of the lead consignor: Midwest contractor McAninch Corp.’s maintenance yard in Des Moines. Prices matched the mood and were down by double digits compared to prior months. Photo: CAT Auction Services Cat’s first auction’s timing was bad, but firm says it was successful. Related Links: As the Economy Worsens, Machinery Auctions Are Swamped Fast-Moving Auctions Attract Buyers Despite the economy, the unreserved sale still generated $8.8 million on 275 pieces of
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