J.W. Jones Company absolute crushing equipment auction set for Nov. 15; bid online or in person

By |  November 4, 2019

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After more than 50 successful years in the crushing industry, J.W. Jones Company has decided to reduce their inventory to diversify and modernize their product line. The Don Smock Auction Company and auctioneer Nic Smock will be hosting an auction at 9 a.m. Eastern on Friday, Nov. 15  at the J.W. Jones Company at 2468 S. State Road 67 in Paragon, Indiana. Prospective buyers who can’t make it to Indiana can bid live online before or during the auction at dsaauctions.com.

J.W. Jones Company will continue to be one of the leaders in the industry. Do not miss this opportunity to buy quality used and reconditioned cone crushers, jaw crushers, screening plants, dredge and conveyors and so much more along with hundreds of spare parts.

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Photos: Don Smock Auctions

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The auction will have hundreds of spare parts for all related items. J.W. Jones has serviced the crusher world for five decades and has collected hundreds of part to support their customers’ machines.  Now come out to as Don Smock is selling the parts yard. Don’t miss this opportunity to have the backup parts for your machines; it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Find all the terms for this auction at dsaauctions.com under “Terms and Conditions.” Call (888) 760-1904 for more information on this auction in general. For more information about live online bidding, visit www.proxibid.com/dsa or call (877) 505-7770. Please note, a 2 percent Internet Buyer’s Fee in addition to DSA buyer’s fee will be added and a bank letter of guarantee is required to bid. That can be faxed to (402) 505-7981.

If you are thinking of reducing, retiring or liquidating, contact one of our auction specialists for a free, no obligations consultation. Call Nic Smock, Mark Woodward, Jon Hosier or Larry Tess at (888) 760-1904.




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