BETHESDA, Md. — J&J Exhibitor and Motor Service has partnered with Liquidity Services to sell J&J’s entire fleet of transportation assets through negotiated sales and online auction. The sale includes late-model and low-mileage transportation assets such as tractors and trailers, scooters, forklifts, pallet lifts, passenger vehicles, step-decks and specialty vans. All items are up for auction at AllSurplus (www.allsurplus.com), Liquidity Services’ online auction marketplace for business surplus.
J&J Exhibitors is a family-owned, full-service trade-show provider and special-event contractor that operated from 1927-2019 in the heart of Chicago. The company is offering for sale its entire fleet, which includes 35 truck tractors, more than 200 trailers, 13 scooters, 10 forklifts three pallet lifts and three passenger vehicles from manufacturers such as Freightliner, Mack, Peterbuilt, Sterling and International.
“In our 93 years of operating, J&J has always taken great pride in the quality and maintenance of our assets. As we close our doors, we have full trust in Liquidity Services to find new users that will put our entire fleet of transportation assets back into service,” said Cathy Chambliss, co-owner of J&J Exhibitors.
“This is a unique opportunity for other exhibitors, small moving or delivery companies, and small fleet operators to have quick access to a full fleet of assets owned and maintained by an established family-owned business,” said Chris Register, vice president of corporate services for Liquidity Services. “Working together with J&J, all assets are available on our new marketplace, AllSurplus, and provide business buyers with detailed information and photos for each asset as well as a trusted and secure platform to transact.”
Interested buyers can view the items through Liquidity Services’ network of marketplaces, including AllSurplus and its legacy marketplace, Go-Dove. All assets from J&J Exhibitors can be found by entering “J&J” in the keyword search tool. Bidding will be open through 5 p.m. EST on March 24.