Global Oil & Gas
Operations have not been affected and the Bibra Lake branch is running as business as usual.
Pickles enters into an agreement
to sell a majority share of its
business to funds advised by
Apax Partners LLP (“Apax”), a
global private equity firm.
Pickles Ag will support the local agricultural sector through buying and selling quality agricultural assets.
Pickles has delivered the largest sale from a single vendor of industrial assets seen by the auction industry since the onset of COVID-19.
The partnership will allow Pickles to use Inventory Hub to deliver a circular sustainable marketplace that reduces waste.
The partnership supports Healthy Heads Trucks & Sheds Foundation (HHTS), an industry body created to improve men’s mental health.
On behalf of a private seller, Pickles is managing the sale of the famed cricket bat used by Sir Donald Bradman when he scored a triple century against England in July 1934.
Pickles Industrial is increasing its consultation with vendors as more businesses are seeing the benefit of turning over high capital items more frequently.
Two cricketing greats offered through an auction managed by Pickles will hopefully provide funding to The Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation.
Over A$10 million dollars’ worth of quarry and civil construction equipment will be sold on behalf of various heavy earthmoving and transport companies.
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