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Mon, Dec 17, 2012

Runway-Cleaning Equipment Available In Online Auction

Former Assets Of Runway Services International Offered For Sale December 19th

Airports that may need to pick up some runway cleaning equipment may want to check out a live online auction December 19th, as Tiger Group's Remarketing Services division is auctioning a wide array of specialized trucks, trailers and other equipment used to support airport runway-cleaning operations, but with applications for other businesses and municipalities. Conducted by order of the secured lender, the online sale features the former assets of Tustin, CA-based Runway Services International. Bidding is now underway and will close in rapid succession, live auction style, on Dec. 19, beginning at 1030 PST.

"This sale will certainly be of interest to airports and companies that provide runway-cleaning services," noted Jeff Tanenbaum, president of Tiger Remarketing Services. "However, the trucks, tractors, compressors and even a street-sweeper being auctioned could also be quite valuable to municipalities and businesses with specialized needs."

An in-person preview will be available  from 0900-1600 PST. on Tues., Dec. 18, at 14312 Franklin Ave. in Tustin.

Among the lots available in the sale are two Freightliner truck tractors. One is an Argosy quad axle with a bed-mounted pressure vacuum system, 2004 Caterpillar compressor (1,082 horsepower) and high-pressure pump, Roots rotary lobe blower, vacuum tank and related controls. The other is a 2006 Argosy tri-axle.

The street sweeper is a 1992 Ford F700 with dual steering wheels, dual accelerators and brakes. Also available at auction are four trailers: a 2002 Brooks Gooseneck, tandem axle, with a 2,200-pound hoist capacity, dual water tanks and storage bin; a 2002 Brooks tandem axle with Coleman Power Mate portable electric generator, Ingersol Rand air compressor, water tank and other equipment; a 1998 Fruehauf tri-axle with three water tanks; and a 1990 Timpte Gooseneck, single axle, with dolly.

Technical specifications and digital images of specific inventory items are available online.

FMI: www.SoldTiger.com

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