1 million pounds of sewer pipe to be sold by online auction
Baltimore City has ordered 1 million pounds of sewer pipe and new replacement auto parts to be sold via the Internet.
BALTIMORE, Md., Jan. 22, 2001 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Baltimore City has ordered 1 million pounds of sewer pipe and new replacement auto parts to be sold via the Internet.
In a continual effort to reduce surplus items and raise funds all Baltimore City Agencies have been reviewing their inventory needs.
George F. Dietsch, Property Disposal Manager for Baltimore City has Successfully sold online Fire Trucks, Specialty vehicles and motorcycles.
Mr. Dietsch stated, "This is the first time we have attempted to sell surplus Inventory via the Internet. We think these specialty items will receive greater Exposure and a higher value than selling by traditional methods." Selling through the www.classifiedauctions.com web site a division of Express Auction the cast Iron and Autoparts will be up for bid in till January 29, 4:00 P.M. EST.
Express Auction the leader in asset remarketing for over 25 years has for the Last year set the stage for auctioneering assets by combing traditional auctions With online auctions.
Larry Makowski, Principal auctioneer, stated "Our job Is to develop a marketing plan to obtain the highest value for anything we sell. The Internet is a natural progression of our business. Our company has over The years conducted thousands of onsite auctions. By combing our traditional Auction experience with technology we can get the job done."
The bidders can inspect all items. A complete list is available on The auction site.
For more information about the online auction of the Sewer Pipe and Auto/Truck parts Owned by Baltimore City for specific details about the sale see the web site Expressauction.com or call Ken Makowski 800/886-4333.