PRG to auction used AV gear this month

Leading entertainment and event technology supplier PRG is to participate in an extensive online auction of used equipment this month, the overriding aim being to revise its European equipment pool.
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Leading entertainment and event technology supplier PRG is to participate in an extensive online auction of used equipment in order to revise its European equipment pool.

The two-day online auction – which will be overseen by Troostwijk Auktionen GmbH & Co. KG – will see PRG sell equipment that is rarely rented or will no longer be used for strategic reasons.

In total, approximately 6,000 lots of audio, lighting, video and rigging equipment will be offered for sale, drawn from the inventories of PRG Germany, Belgum, Switzerland and UK, as well as EML and Showtec.

The complete illustrated auction catalogue of the equipment to be auctioned will be available from the beginning of October on the Troostwijk Auktionen website (link below). From then on, bids can be placed only on the internet. The online auction will end on 26 and 26 October; lots will be awarded from 2pm onwards on both days.

Prior to the auction, viewings for interested bidders will take place on 18 and 19 October from 8.00am to 4.00pm in Hamburg.

www.TroostwijkAuctions.com
www.eu.prg.com

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