No one takes a light approach to buying a piece of large equipment, nor should they. The right piece of equipment for any construction business requires a significant amount of due diligence before putting out thousands, sometimes even hundreds of thousands of dollars, to acquire the best machine for the job.
It's critical to follow these three inspection tips before purchasing any type of heavy machinery equipment.
There are several advantages to buying used heavy equipment and trucks. While shiny, new equipment has a definite “wow” factor to it, all the bells and whistles aren’t always necessary.
Has your summer been filling up quickly since we posted part one of our auction calendar? Today we have all the details on where we will be during the second half of the month, the type of auctions and what equipment will be sold at each one.
There is so much coming up this Summer for Alex Lyon & Sons Auctions. Can you believe we’ve already hit the Summer season again? We wanted to help organize your calendar so you can attend as many of our auctions as possible. Get out your auction calendar and start jotting down notes.
June is national safety month! This year, make sure that you are taking the proper precautions to stay safe on the jobsite using these heavy equipment construction safety tips. There are several risk factors and dangers that you should be aware of.
Next month is national safety month! This June, make sure that you are taking the proper precautions to stay safe on the jobsite using these heavy equipment construction safety tips. If you use heavy equipment on a construction project, there are several risk factors and dangers that you should be aware of.
At auction, wasting the time of any salesperson may not be the first thing on your mind, but it can be very easy to unknowingly do so. So the question becomes, how can you reduce the amount of time being wasted at auction?
Your company’s efficiency in terms of its day-to-day operation is commonly measured by the working capital that you have. Your working capital is calculated by subtracting your current liabilities from your assets. When you have positive working capital, it indicates that your business is able to stay financially viable and to meet its obligations.