McAleese vehicles have been put up for auction at Paget.
McAleese vehicles have been put up for auction at Paget. Contributed

McAleese vehicles, trailers and forklifts up for grabs

UNDER the instructions of administrators for McAleese, items including vehicles and trailers have been put up for auction.

People can inspect the items on site at 102 Farrellys Rd, Paget until 3pm.

A list of the used items up for auction online includes:

  • 6 vehicles
  • 12 shipping containers
  • 9 forklifts,
  • Welders
  • Lifting equipment
  • Golf cart
  • Various warehousing/workshop equipment
  • Scrap steel
  • Winches
  • Spare parts
  • Tyres

A buyer's premium will be added to the purchase price of each lot sold.

The online auction closes on Monday at 7pm.

You can view the items online here via graysonline.com.

The Daily Mercury reported on Saturday that the group McAleese has been restructured following administration, renamed Rivet, with chief executive Mark Rowsthorn remaining at the helm.

The Rivet Group will operate in the heavy haulage, specialised transport, logistics and lifting industries, and will operate four businesses according to the company's website.

Supporting Rowsthorn will be Phillip Tonks, former Asciano executive, in the position of chief operating officer.

The Australian Financial Review reported that Keith Crawford, McGrathNicol partner and one of McAleese's voluntary administrators, said the restructure of the group was completed ahead of the proposed March target date.

The Rivet Group's website states employee numbers in excess of 1300.


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