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EquipmentWatch announces winners of Highest Retained Value award

May 3, 2016 - EquipmentWatch has announced the winners of the first Highest Retained Value Awards. The awards recognize manufacturers in 26 different heavy equipment categories across the construction, agriculture and lift/access industries for products that show the highest residual value over the last five years.


May 3, 2016
By EquipmentWatch

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“Retained value is one of the most powerful measures of quality, performance and longevity for a piece of heavy equipment,” says Garrett Schemmel, vice president & market leader, EquipmentWatch. “A high retained value generally shows that a machine has been successful at the work demanded of it, has presented minimal maintenance issues over its service life, and still presents a high value to buyers on the resale market. Each of these machines represents quality and gives buyers confidence in their investment on both the new equipment and equipment resale/auction markets.”

Methodology
The EquipmentWatch Highest Retained Value Awards are powered by the world’s largest sales transaction database of equipment valuations – it adds nearly $20 billion in equipment transactions each month across both the dealer (private) and auction (public) disposition channels. Using this data, the five most popular products in each category from the previous year are identified. Then, using the proprietary ValueTrend Engine™, a custom-built values calculation platform, EquipmentWatch compares their five-year estimated values, and the series with the highest cumulative estimated value retained over that time is declared the winner.

“Manufacturers can be proud of each machine series that has won, as it represents their commitment to produce and support quality products that stand the test of time in these demanding applications,” adds Schemmel.

Winners

  • Backhoe Loaders: CASE Construction Equipment 580
  • Balers: John Deere 569
  • Boom Lift, Articulating: JLG E300 Series
  • Boom Lift, Telescopic: Genie S-40
  • Combines: New Holland CR9000
  • Dozers, Track, Large (>190 HP): Komatsu D65 Series
  • Dozers, Track, Small (1 – 189 HP): Caterpillar D5 Series
  • Drum Compactors: Volvo/IR SD45 Series
  • Excavators, Crawler, Large (>50 metric tons): Komatsu PC600 Series
  • Excavators, Crawler, Medium (21-50 metric tons): Caterpillar 330 Series LN
  • Excavators, Crawler, Small (6.1-21 metric tons): Caterpillar 312 Series
  • Lift Trucks/Telehandlers: Sky Trak Telehandlers
  • Lift Trucks – Warehouse/Narrow Aisle: Toyota 8F Series
  • Loaders, Compact Track: Bobcat T550 Series
  • Loaders, Skid Steer, Large (>1,351 pounds): Bobcat S600 Series
  • Loaders, Skid Steer, Small (1-1,350 pounds): Gehl 4240 Series
  • Loaders, Wheel, Large (>350 HP): Volvo L220 Series
  • Loaders, Wheel, Medium (135-349 HP): Volvo L90 Series
  • Loaders, Wheel, Small (1-134 HP): Deere 444 Series
  • Motor Graders: Caterpillar 160 Series
  • Rear Dumps: Caterpillar 725 Series
  • Scissor Lift: Skyjack 4600 Series
  • Sprayers, Self-Propelled: Apache AS1000 Series
  • Tractors, Track: Deere 8RT Series
  • Tractors, Wheel, Large (>175 HP): Deere 8R Series
  • Tractors, Wheel, Small: CASE IH MX135 Series

For more information
www.equipmentwatch.com