Oilfield Trucks For Sale, Harris Oilfield Construction holds an auction, and fittingly so-Estevan: September 25 marked a great auction with Harris Oilfield Construction Oy, a happy ending of a family-run business run by the owner.
This is because the patriarchal operation Doug Harris was a great auctioneer in his life. He died on January 7 at the age of 74.
“I liked it, auctions were his passion, and that’s why I’m auction,” Douglas-widow Bertha Harris said work tomorrow, tomorrow. “It looked right: organizing an auction,” he said.
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Bertha is often remembered for auctioning and tire wear. “And I’ll take her home,” said Janice’s daughter, who had been in circulation for 17 years.
Sister Jody Harris did not anger her sister in the morning before leaving Lethbridge. “He was very proud,” Doug told his dad. “He did not put a sticker on the truck before he knew that he could show it and that his father would never be overloaded.
After Doug’s death, Bertha said, “We did not want to do it anymore, the mate went away, the commander left.
Janice remembered the conversation with Berth after her father’s death. She asked her mother, “Why are you doing this?
Bertha said, “What are you going to do?”
Janice said, “Do not worry about me, I’ll do it.”
The decision to go to the auction was taken early in the summer and had two months to prepare for the sale. The actions ended on 4 September. The company, the culmination of economic development with 10-12 people, has fallen to many people.
The company, who worked 39 years before Doug’s death, concentrated on vacuum, steam and compression trucks and waterborne traffic. Doug loved these two, so he always had support.
Bertha said Doug Western wants to play cameras in the main roles.
One of the lorries was sold to Parker Schnabel, one of the Gold Rush reality show stars. Bertha was very pleased because Doug was a great fan of the series and Schnabel’s fan.
And he was a sign of the benefits of sales. Ritchie Bros. Auctions were sold. Actress Jason LeBlanc emphasized the importance of online presence. Most auctions had a net of at least 17,000 people and sold over 20,000 lorries. Bertha said that around 70% of the auction was sold locally and 30% on the French market.
It is estimated that more than 250 people have met personally. Janice saw Doug’s killing.
“I want to thank the people who supported us, a community that supports us,” said Bertha.
Bertha talked about it in different directions. Activities are for sale or for rent.