Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Euro Auctions Expands In The UAE

Euro Auctions Expands In The UAE

Euro Auctions, Europe’s leading auctioneers of industrial plant, construction, and agricultural machinery, expands in in the UAE and Middle East with the appointment of Milad Akhtiar as a new Territory Manager for the UAE.

Milad Akhtiar joins Euro Auctions with a solid sales background having worked in the media for many years in the plant and machinery sector. Working as the Key Account Manager for, Milad has good connections across the region, with an excellent understanding of the market, with experience in evaluating and assessing machinery and equipment. With good connections with the main decision makers in OEMs, dealers of used equipment, contractors, rental companies, as well as end users, Milad will be active in introducing the Euro Auctions brand to more potential consignors across the Middle East.

What attracted Milad to Euro Auctions?

“I have seen the growth of Euro Auctions in Dubai and across the region, from the early beginnings when the company took over the site at Jebel Ali Free Zone. Whilst known globally, the brand had little profile in the UAE, but now, having worked hard over the last five years, Euro Auctions has an excellent reputation in the region and are seen as the premiere auction site in Dubai. The company is seen as a trusted business partner attracting new consignors at each sale and becoming seen as the premier auction specialist in the Middle East. I was also impressed with the management structure and being a privately-owned business there is real sense of family with all of its employees, working as a cohesive team and all members having a real ‘can do’ attitude,” said Akhtiar.

“Euro Auctions have also been excelling in the marketplace and realising good prices for its consignors for machinery and equipment entered into each sale. With new equipment in short demand, Euro Auctions has extensive reach globally and as such brings good compliments of excellent machinery to all sales, and recently many unregistered and 12 to 24-month-old machinery,” added Akhtiar.

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