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Cement, ash suppliers add 100 truckloads to CIM Auction pool

Sources: CIM Program National Steering Committee; CP staff

The Concrete Industry Management National Steering Committee is taking stock of material, equipment, sports/travel package and other donations for the 11th annual auction at the World of Concrete, Wednesday, February 3 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Silent bidding will run 11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. in North Hall Room N263; live bidding follows at 1 p.m. in Room N262.

“Thanks to the tremendous response from the industry, we anticipate having the best CIM Auction ever,” says CIM Auction Chairman Mike Philipps (Cemex USA). “In addition to our signature concrete mixer truck donated by Mack Trucks, Inc. and McNeilus Companies, we have a variety of items targeted specifically for the concrete industry. A special donation this year is an antique truck mixer, which has been completely restored to mint condition.”

This year’s CIM Auction also offers sports and vacation packages including: The Masters; Rose Bowl and regular season college football games; NFL, NBA and NHL game tickets; NASCAR races; Kentucky Derby; plus, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Antonio, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Orlando, Nashville, Charlotte, New Orleans, New York and Las Vegas travel.

“The National Steering Committee is pleased by the overwhelming support of the concrete, cement and fly ash industry with their contributions to the CIM program,” says CIM Marketing Committee Chairman Brian Gallagher. “Concrete producers will have many opportunities to support the CIM program while simultaneously purchasing equipment and product for their day-to-day operations.”

Amid the growing auction pool, anchored by the Mack Granite-mounted McNeilus mixer truck, the committee cites offerings suiting ready mixed concrete producers from:

  • Allied Concrete Materials, Houston; mint condition 1951 Ford Ready Mix truck with V8 engine, late 1940′s Rex 2-cubic-yard mixer.
  • Argos Cement; five loads of Type I portland cement, to be picked up at Harleyville, S.C., Newberry, Fla., or Roberta, Ala.
  • BASF Admixture Systems; $30,000 package including RheoTEC workability-retaining, Rheocolor L liquid-coloring, and Delvo hydration controlling admixtures.
  • Beck Industrial; $10,000 voucher toward the purchase of a new mixer truck in 2016. 
  • CalPortland Co.; five loads of cement that can be picked up at any company mill or terminal.
  • Capitol Aggregates; four loads of Type I portland cement, FOB San Antonio. 
  • Cemex USA; 10 loads of Type I/II portland cement that can be picked up at any company plant.
  • Command Alkon; COMMANDbatch System, with options, up to a $25,000 value.
  • Con-E-Co; model PJC-300S Silo Dust Collector for 304 square feet of cleaning area with high pressure air-pulse jet cleaning system and 1,250 cfm capacity.
  • Con-Tech Manufacturing; new 9- to 11-yd. HP mixer drum.
  • Continental Cement; two loads of portland cement.
  • Eagle Materials/Central Plains Cement; three loads of Type I/II portland cement, Tulsa plant.
  • Essroc Cement Corp.; five loads of portland cement from any company location.
  • GCC America; five loads of Type I/II portland cement that can be picked up at any company location.
  • Grace Construction Products; $30,000 admixture package, including Recover Hydration Stabilizers, V-MAR 3 Viscosity Modifier and STRUX 90/40 Synthetic Macro Fiber Reinforcement.
  • Headwaters Resources; five loads of fly ash from any company plant or terminal.
  • Illinois Cement Co.; three loads of Type I portland cement.
  • LafargeHolcim; 15 truckloads of Type I/II portland cement from any U.S. plant or terminal.
  • Lehigh Hanson, Inc.; 10 truckloads of cement from any U.S. plant or terminal.
  • Mitsubishi Cement Corp.; five loads of Type II/IV portland cement from any company plant or terminal.
  • National Cement; three truckloads of Type I/II portland cement from Ragland, Ala., plant.
  • Roanoke Cement Co.; five loads of Type I/II portland cement from Troutville, Va., plant.
  • Salt River Materials Group; four loads of Class F fly ash from any company location.
  • Schwing America; 10.5 or 11-yd. mixer drum.
  • St. Marys Cement/Votorantim Cement North America; five loads of Type I portland cement from any company plant or terminal in Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio or New York.
  • Stalite; 50 tons of lightweight aggregate from Gold Hill, N.C., terminal.
  • Stephens Mfg.; Model SOS-1020 cartridge type silo dust collector.
  • Titan Florida; five loads, bulk or bagged, of Type I portland cement, ASTM C91 masonry cement or ASTM C91 stucco cement from Pennsuco plant in Medley, Fla.
  • Vince Hagan Co.; Model VH-245JP silo top dust collector.

In addition to on-site bidding, online bidding will be available on the website of auctioneer Ritchie Bros. To participate in the live auction online, bidders must register by January 27. This year, all items are available for bid whether in attendance at the show or not. Bidding can begin on the 100+ items in the silent auction immediately and continue on any mobile device straight through the event. Live auction items will only be available for bidding during the event itself, but can be bid on either in person or online. Auction participation instructions are available on the CIM website at http://concretedegree.com/auction.