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Caterersearch.com auction

10 September 2007
Caterersearch.com auction

We're delighted to have teamed up with Hilditch Auctioneers to give Caterersearch users the chance to take part in an online auction of used catering equipment. Hilditch are specialist online auctioneers and with their online gallery of items for sale and secure payment system its one of the best ways to bag a bargain for your business.

We'll be running a Timed Online Auction with Hilditch which will start on 19 October. Lots for the auction will be listed a dedicated Caterersearch online auction page, if you see a lot you like you can place a bid for the item and monitor if anyone else has made a higher offer. You can also place your own items in the auction too. You'll have to register your details with Hilditch to bid on items.

View lots for 19 October auction here >>

How its works
Go to the Hilditch site at www.hilditchauctions.co.uk/ where you'll find full details on how to register with Hilditch and take part in the auction

What's for sale in the auction
The Caterersearch auction page will be up shortly, where you will be able to see a full listing of all the lots on offer.

I want to sell an item not buy one
If you want to get in touch with Hilditch to offer a lot for the auction then please ring 020 8652 4801 and quote caterersearch.com. You can leave full details of the items you'd like to place in the auction and Hilditch will be in touch with you to discuss your requirements, free of charge and without obligation.

Terms and Conditions You can read all the terms and conditions here

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