Emirates Auction, the Middle East’s premier public and electronic auction company, announced it will host a physical auction featuring 77 vehicles from various government entities and banks.
Prospective bidders can access detailed information about the featured cars, including their specifications, through Emirates Auction’s user-friendly website and smart applications.
Additionally, comprehensive guidelines on participating in the auction, including the terms and conditions, are readily available to interested parties.
Emirates Auction Location and Timing
The auction is taking place at Ras Al Khor Auto Market in Dubai. The auction beings at 7 pm.
Omar Matar Almannaei, Executive Director of Emirates Auction, emphasized that Emirates Auction is committed to delivering exceptional customer service and expanding its range of auction offerings to ensure the satisfaction of both our partners and bidders.
“Tomorrow’s auction provides a series of benefits for potential buyers, such as various options of vehicles, including hatchbacks, sedans, and SUVs. All cars undergo rigorous technical inspections, adhering to the highest industry standards,” Almannaei added.
Auctioned Cars at Competitive Price
“Participants will have the opportunity to secure competitive prices, perform on-site vehicle evaluations, scrutinize comprehensive technical reports, and streamline the registration and ownership transfer processes with utmost convenience,” he noted.
Almannaei emphasized the company’s keenness to maintain the highest international standards in organizing auctions, stressing that auctions are conducted with the utmost professionalism, transparency, and dynamism, ensuring customer satisfaction.
He expected a significant turnout and robust competition among individuals and companies that are interested in acquiring vehicles at competitive prices.
Established in 2004, Emirates Auction has emerged as the Middle East’s leading auction company.
It is the region’s largest platform for organizing and managing public and electronic auctions across various categories, including vehicles, license plate numbers, real estate, asset liquidation projects, mobile phone distinctive numbers, jewelry, heritage and vintage products, heavy machinery, construction equipment, and manufacturing.