Sell your equipment

Want to turn your gear into cash? We’ll make it an easy process and we’ve got buyers waiting for a wide range of gear! 

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Why Turners Trucks & Machinery?

We're New Zealand's largest seller of trucks & machinery, and make buying and selling easy. 

If you need it, chances are we've got it, or soon will - browse our stock today.  Or if you're interested in selling, get in touch.

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Turners Trucks Weekly Live Online Auction

Our weekly live online auction is every Thursday starting at 10am. Over 30 assets from all around the country every week - you can bid from anywhere.

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Use our website tools and make buying & selling Trucks & Machinery easy, you just need to register with us.


It's quick, simple and we just need a few details from you.

Log in to your account, or to create an account click here

1. Compare - Use our new compare function to help decide which asset is right for you. When narrowing down your selection you can then save to watchlist

2. Watchlists - Add assets you're interested in to your watchlist. You can also choose to receive emails when an asset has been discounted

3. Saved searches - Never miss out on new assets that become available for sale. Set up an automatic alert for assets you're interested in

4.  Buy Assets - Purchase assets directly through the Turners website - as easy as a click of a button

5. Bid on auctions - Bid on assets through live and online auctions - or even through Trade Me auctions

6. Autobids - Set up an auto bid so you never miss out on an asset

7. Text alerts - Get a text message when an asset on your watchlist is at auction

8. Email newsletters - Manage your subscriptions for our email newsletters, weekly emails with top truck & machinery listings, auctions, special event emails and more


Privacy - Please note that all your personal information is kept safe and we only use it in accordance with our privacy policy


 Got questions around buying?  Read our FAQs


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 Got questions around selling?  Read our FAQs


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