Third Limerick contractor sells fleet of kit within three months
Peter Thomas Keaveney
A Limerick contractors’ fleet of machinery was sold at an online auction last week, with a 2018 Massey Ferguson 7718 Dyna VT with 4,800 hours topping the auction, selling for €71,000 plus VAT and fees
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