Nordberg Metso crushing plant for sale at Ritchie Bros. auction – Lisbon, Portugal – May 31, 2012

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers (http://bit.ly/IJygpD) is the world’s largest auctioneer of heavy equipment and trucks. This 2006 Nordberg Metso primary combination crusher was sold to the highest bidder at a Ritchie Bros. unreserved public auction in Lisbon, Portugal on May 31, 2012.

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers has more than 40 auction sites around the world. Visit rbauction.com (http://bit.ly/IJygpD) to learn more.
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8 comments

  • erichansen82 3 months ago

    So who bought it and how much?

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  • Yelena Spiridonova 3 months ago

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  • Emily Callahan 3 months ago

    This is how we spaced ours, thank you for the beautiful blueberry bushes you shipped us

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  • Kris Weatherbee 3 months ago

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  • sam mott 3 months ago

    how much would initial investment set me back? sounds very promising considering the cost of blueberries

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  • peter smith 3 months ago

    is 9 feet necessary spacing between the two plants or can I go shorter.?

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  • alphasxsignal 3 months ago

    Nice lay out. Ive been thinking about planting some rows of blueberrys. My produce
    grow area is 5.5 acres. I wonder is I put just two rows 165ft long to start would be
    enough for picking and not run out.

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  • DiMeo Blueberry Farmers 3 months ago

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