United Auctioneers holds another major auction on May 22 to 26

By Alvin Uy Philippine Daily Inquirer May 15,2019

This coming May 22 to 26, United Auctioneers Inc. (UAI) will hold another auction to some 2,500 units of high quality trucks, construction equipment and industrial items in their headquarters at Argonaut Highway, Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

Last March, some 2,400 units were successfully auctioned off to satisfied customers among some 700-plus registered bidders from all parts of the country in its 5-day auction. Regular participants of UAI auctions go back to UAI because the units they purchase during an auction has the best value, and each unit that goes through the auction undergoes strict and systematic quality control procedures, ensuring its buyers gets the best possible units for the money.

UAI auctions undergo systematic planning, preparation and execution in the field, and its factories and offices. Central to this is its Quality Management System or “QMS” rooted in its core processes and procedures which focuses on continuous improvement in all areas of operations, most especially in the production of quality products, provision of good customer service to achieve total customer satisfaction. Because of these, UAI became the first ISO certified auctioneering company in the Philippines. All its equipment and vehicles have been duly assessed and are fully duties and taxes paid and inspected by its competent mechanics and technicians before putting in the auction line to ensure all items are ready for the job.

For the first quarter of 2019, it was awarded by the Bureau of Customs for being the Top 7 Revenue Contributor of the Port of Subic.

For over two decades, UAI has been producing world-class quality remanufactured trucks and construction equipment for two decades. With 123 successful auctions, more than 125,000 units have been sold to over 48,000 satisfied customers since 1997. The UAI strongly supports the government’s “Build, Build, Build” initiatives by providing a wide array of reliable and affordable trucks and construction machineries from top global brands. By offering best value equipment and vehicles, it gives opportunities to various sectors access to properly serviced and quality equipment, ensuring its buyers the capability to accelerate the infrastructure projects that will create more jobs and improve the lives of Filipino people.

Anniversary Raffle Promo

In celebration of its 20th Anniversary and as a way of giving back to loyal customers, UAI will be giving away 20 brand new Foton vehicles to lucky raffle winners.

Bidders have a chance to win any of these 20 brand new Foton vehicles: 5 units of Foton Gratour Minivan, 5 units of Foton Gratour iM6, 4 units of Foton TransVan HR, 4 units of Foton Toplander A/T 4×2 EL, and 2 units of Foton Toano.

The promo is open to all registered bidders who have valid purchases during any of the auctions from March 24, 2019 to December 12, 2019. A raffle coupon will be given for every P200,000 worth of purchase. The raffle draw is set on December 13, 2019, 1 p.m. at the United Auctioneers Inc. office at Bldg. 1455 Argonaut highway, Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

Aside from the May auction, there will be more auctions happening on July, September and November. For information about UAI visit https://www.uauctioneers.net/news.php or its Facebook Page—https://www.facebook.com/uauctioneers and for testimonial videos— https://www.uauctioneers.net/index.php

“I always buy from United Auctioneers because they have the best inventory in the industry; they always deliver good quality equipment and transport trucks. And their customer service is the best! UAI is a world class compan—ISO certified, I am confident that UAI is committed to providing the best quality products and customer satisfaction.”—Apolinario Valdez, A. L. Valdez Equipment and Auto Supply, Nueva Ecija, Philippines

“I keep coming back to United Auctioneers not only because they have the best selection of trucks & equipment and best price, but because of my Trust and Confidence on their products which is a huge factor.”— Lorenzo Ireneo, a businessman based in Sta. Maria,
Bulacan, Philippines, owns and operates a trucking business

“All the items I purchased from UAI performed exceptionally well and really gave us the most value for our money. Quality service & affordability at its best!”—Elmer Donaire Gorgonio, a businessman from Agusan Del Sur and a long-time satisfied UAI customer

“Don’t be afraid to come! The auction is interesting and easy. This is our first time joining the auction and we were able to get all the trucks we needed. Quality and price here in UAI is a lot better than other truck dealers.” —Rejean Giasson and his wife, Ms Irene Giasson, business owners from Rodriguez, Rizal Province, and first time satisfied UAI bidder/customers.

“The quality of units are very good, the best, just like brand new. Prices of units are very competitive and most affordable. I can recommend UAI to my friends and colleagues.”—Lornadyn Resentes from Tabuk, Kalinga Province

“UAI always gives importance to us customers unlike other auction companies. Their items are high quality with reasonable and very competitive prices. This is a big help to us business owners and the industry especially the ‘Build, build, build’ program of President Duterte. Besides that, UAI always gives back to the community through their CSR programs like Blood Donations and other initiatives to share their blessings with the indigent Filipinos.”—Nelson Calpito, a businessman from Umingan, Pangasinan

“All the trucks I’ve purchased from UAI performed very well, reliable even for long trips. UAI helps many businessmen like me, by giving us access to high quality and affordable trucks and equipment, together with very accommodatingcustomer service.”— Joji Van Umani, a trucking service owner from Buenavista, Guimaras and a long-time satisfied UAI customer

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