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Mega Curtis Island LNG equipment auction today

A HUGE auction of Curtis Island LNG mining equipment will be staged today at South Trees.

The sale will include everything from work utes and trucks, tool boxes full of tools and power generators through to protective clothing, welders and much more.

Construction equipment, plant and machinery and relocatables from the LNG project will be auctioned by disposal specialists Hassalls.

Hassalls Central Queensland manager Darren Dreaver said the sale of equipment in Gladstone was attracting interest from local business and farmers through to international buyers seeking to fit out other projects.

More than just huge auctions, he said the sale would be a massive day out for the Gladstone community with hundreds of buyers and onlookers set to attend.

"Charities and sporting clubs catering at these events will fundraise thousands of dollars on the day to support selected causes that do some extraordinary work in local communities," Mr Dreaver said.

Hassalls will facilitate the complete disposal of construction equipment from the Curtis Island LNG project.

Hassalls auctioneers are expecting strong attendance levels in Gladstone from across the region, including a significant number of online bidders.

The auction will be held at 22 South Trees Rd South Trees from 10am.

Topics:  auction equipment mining sale


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