Sullivan Auctioneers Merges With Big Iron Auctions

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The Sullivan Auctioneers are an Illinois-based family business. The company recently auctioned off a 1972 John Deere 4020 diesel tractor, donating the proceeds to a local hospital. The auction is a way for the Sullivan family to give back to the community after their son was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

Sullivan Auctioneers has been conducting professional auctions for 40 years. They connect sellers to thousands of interested buyers in order to maximize the value of their goods. They take great pride in providing their clients with the highest quality service. This is the hallmark of the Sullivan Auctioneers brand. Whether you need a farm tractor, a farm building, or a large construction project, Sullivan Auctioneers can help you find the right piece of equipment to meet your needs.

Sullivan Auctioneers is headquartered in Hamilton, Ill., and is one of the nation’s largest farm machinery and real estate auction companies. The merger is expected to create a company with more than 300 employees. The BigIron Company will maintain the family-owned feel and personal touch that has made the company a leader in the industry for nearly three decades. The combined company will become the largest unreserved online auction company in rural America.

The company was able to maintain its competitive edge by implementing several new practices that improve auction practices and technology. One of those improvements is its mobile auction office. This office will help the firm serve municipal clients as well as private foreclosure auctions. The mobile office will also be used for residential and commercial properties.

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