Euro Auctions, Europe’s largest auctioneers of industrial plant, construction machinery and agricultural equipment, has been appointed by Price Bailey to dispose of assets of Quinto Crane & Plant Ltd, now in administration.
The firm, previously known as Quinto Crane & Plant Ltd, hadsites across East Anglia, and was founded in 1966, making it one of the oldest crane and plant rental businesses in the UK.But on the 4th May, administrators were appointed and Quinto Crane & Plant Hire Ltd went into administration.
Price Bailey, based in Norwich, has been brought in to handle the administration and working with local agent Edward Wells, has appointed Euro Auctions to value and dispose ofthe assets of the business which includes 20 all-terrain cranes ranging from 40t to 300t and including makes such as Liebherr, Grove, Tadano and Spierings.
The sale will take place at the Anson Road site near Norwich Airport on the 23rd June. This will be a live auction, which will also be streamed online on the Euro Auctions bidding platform and viewing days will be on 21st and 22nd June.