Peterbilt, Con-Tech dispatch big-ticket iron to CIM Auction

The Peterbilt 567 has Paccar PX-9 diesel power and an Allison 4500 RDS-P automatic transmission. The Con-Tech Extreme Duty Mixer features a 10.5-yd. High Performance Drum with 46-in. discharge opening. The full 2024 CIM Auction pool is posted at

Peterbilt Motors Co. and Con-Tech Manufacturing are donating a 2024 Model 567-mounted Extreme Duty Mixer for the 2024 Concrete Industry Management Auction, scheduled per custom on World of Concrete day two. Starting with smaller ticket items and culminating in top equipment like the mixer truck, bidding is scheduled to kick off January 24 at 1 p.m. in Las Vegas Convention Center Room N262.

“We are proud to have these industry leaders in our list of major donors. With their steadfast support, we are poised to reach new heights in our annual auction,” says CIM Auction Committee Chair Ben Robuck (Cemex USA). The fundraiser, he adds, will benefit CIM degree programs at New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark; Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro; South Dakota State University, Brookings; Texas State University, San Marcos; and, California State University, Chico. 

“The strength of our business is determined by the strength of our partnerships and the future of our industry as a whole,” notes Con-Tech President Dan Welsh. “We thank our loyal customers and partners for making this donation possible. Together we can provide resources and support to the next generation of concrete industry professionals.”