New Green Guide values have been moved online to EquipmentWatch.com for June, covering activity in the last 30 days.
Through the new EquipmentWatch backend platform, the Value Trend Engine, EquipmentWatch analysts are now able to update values monthly for over 10,000 construction equipment models.
Green Guide values are updated monthly to reflect the most recent market activity. The latest values show: Overall, Resale (Private) prices decreased .08% while Quicksale (Public Auction) prices decreased .06% month-over-month.
A trending summary for the most popular equipment types (Resale, Quicksale):
4-Wd Articulated Wheel Loaders: -4.11%, -2.46%
Compact Track Loaders: -2.11%, -1.48%
Crawler Mounted Compact Excavators: -3.01%, -2.10%
Crawler Mounted Hydraulic Excavators: -3.64%, -2.55%
Electric Self Propelled Scissor Lifts: +2.48%, +1.74%
I.C. Pneumatic Tire Lift Trucks: +0.25%, +0.17%
Skid Steer Loaders: -0.93%, -0.56%
Standard Crawler Dozers: -2.66%, -1.86%
Telescoping Boom Rough Terrain Lift Trucks: -1.04%, -0.73%
Tractor-Loader-Backhoes: -3.30%, -2.31%
Overall, the market showed little movement from May to June, says Andrew Hoss, who is Industry Analyst for the Green Guide product offering at EquipmentWatch. “Price decreases in heavier equipment were offset by an increase in the prices of lift trucks, which are represented heavily in the market this time of year.”
Hoss explained: “Although it looks like 4-Wd Articulated Wheel Loader prices dipped the most from May to June, our data shows that top manufacturers such as Caterpillar and Volvo remained healthy, with their prices increasing month-to-month.”
The Green Guide is a complete guide to equipment and lift truck values. It provides comprehensive coverage of construction equipment and lift truck valuations compiled from primary research and independent analysis. It features critical valuation information including resale values, quick-sale values, original prices, and product specs for equipment produced over the past 20 years.
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