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State of the Union’s Infrastructure Giles Lambertson CEG CORRESPONDENT

National Guard Seeks $20M for Airport Expansion…12

World of Concrete Sees Solid Showing…16

MITA Welcomes Guests to Annual Conference…18

During a State of the Union speech Jan. 30, President Trump formally began his administration’s push to build and rebuild the nation’s infrastructure — that is, to make our roads and other civil engineered structures “great again.” Easier said than done. The president is calling for expenditure of $1.5 trillion on infrastructure like highways, bridges, waterway structures, airport tarmac, and rail and seaport terminals. These are the engineered structures that move people, commodities and manufactured goods. Upgrading infrastructure is an always popular idea because it holds real promise of alleviating urban congestion and spurring commerce from coast to coast. Projects across the country could get a big boost if Congress acts on the president’s plan.

Three Challenges Yet any undertaking of this magnitude immediately faces three challenges. The immediate challenge in 2018 is for Congress to come together to pass enabling legislation.

Attachment & Parts Section ......................................35-37 Recycling Section ........51-67 Truck & Trailer Section ........ ......................................77-85

Auction Section ............90-93 Advertisers Index ..............94

Bridging the political divide is a daunting task in the best of times. Sad to say, these are not such times. So bringing lawmakers together on even something as pragmatic and nonideological as smoother roadways and safer bridges may be difficult for the Trump team. The last time a president proposed a bigsee INFRASTRUCTURE page 50

Benck: First Female AED Chair

Table of Contents ................4

Business Calendar ............86

That’s square one for President Trump and his congressional allies and, in some respects, is the most difficult task facing them. Democratic critics of President Trump at this point seem genetically opposed to anything he wants. Such gamesmanship is not unheard of on Capitol Hill, of course, but this is an historic moment of hyper-partisanship.

On Jan. 18, Diane Benck, owner and vice president of general operations of West Side Tractor Sales and RCE Equipment Solutions, was signed in as the Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) 2018 Chairwoman.

On Jan. 18, Diane Benck, owner and vice president of general operations of West Side Tractor Sales and RCE Equipment Solutions, was signed in as the Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) 2018 Chairwoman. This honor is particularly monumental as Benck is the first female chairwoman in the 100-year history of Associated Equipment Distributors. She also is the first John Deere dealer in this role. The inauguration ceremony

was held during AED’s 2018 Summit and Condex in Las Vegas. This annual meeting attracts more than 2,000 participants from the equipment industry. AED is an international trade association representing companies involved in the distribution, rental and support of equipment used in construction, mining, forestry, power generation, agriculture and industrial applications. With more than 500 distributor

members, including dealers from Cat, Vermeer, John Deere, etc. — AED focuses on public policy advocacy, industry education and training, and analysis on markets, economics and business trends that impact the industry. “I think it’s kind of comical that I’m the first female chair because I didn’t ever intend to break down walls or shatter glass ceilings,” said Benck. “In time, I realized I had an overwhelming drive to be part of the family business, which see AED page 68


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2007 D6N $92,500 S/N DJY00495 - 7978 Hours

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12 SOO LOCKS TO CLOSE FOR WINTER FOR MAINTENANCE WORK The Great Lakes navigational locks at Sault Ste. Marie closed for the winter season Jan. 15, enabling the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to handle a variety of maintenance projects.

18 20 LUBY EQUIPMENT SERVICES PROMOTES

12 NATIONAL GUARD SEEKS $20M FOR RAPID CITY AIRPORT EXPANSION

SMITH TO RENTAL MANAGER

The National Guard is asking for $20 million in assistance from the South Dakota State Legislature to help pay for the construction of a new facility at Rapid City Regional Airport.

Luby Equipment Services, a St. Louis-based Case Construction Equipment Dealer, has announced the promotion of Vince Smith to rental manager effective immediately. Smith has been the rental coordinator for the past four years based out of the corporate headquarters.

12 ENBRIDGE PREPARES TO REPLACE NATURAL

21 BOBCAT ENTERPRISES ADDS EQUIPMENT

RECYCLING SECTION 52 JAW-CRUSHING DEMOS DRAW A CROWD AT WORLD OF CONCRETE

52 ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY REPLACES ITS BOX SCREENER

LINE, GROWS TEAM

GAS PIPELINE A natural gas distribution company is preparing to replace a pipeline that runs underneath a river in eastern Michigan.

16 WORLD OF CONCRETE 2018 HAS SOLID

Bobcat Enterprises Inc. announced that it is now the exclusive dealer of Bandit chippers and stump grinders. The company will offer Bandit in Hilliard, Reynoldsburg, Cincinnati, Mt. Orab and Lexington, Ohio.

60 MONTABERT USA ADDING POWER, SIZE TO

SLASH AMTRAK TRAVEL TIME

92 RITCHIE BROS. HAS MORE THAN 10K ITEMS

CONFERENCE, TRADE SHOW

HEAVY RANGE HYDRAULIC BREAKER LINE

The Michigan Department of Transportation said $384 million in track improvements have led to faster train speeds and reduced travel times to Chicago.

18 MITA WELCOMES GUESTS TO ANNUAL The Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association (MITA) held it’s annual conference and trade show on Jan. 24 to 25 at the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort in Mount Pleasant, Mich.

HYDRAULIC BREAKERS

24 MICHIGAN TRACK IMPROVEMENTS

SHOWING IN LAS VEGAS World of Concrete 2018 was held Jan. 23 to 26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas.

60 ATLAS COPCO’S LH SERIES HANDHELD

AT ORLANDO AUCTION With only a few weeks still to go, the Ritchie Bros. Orlando auction already looks to have one of the best selections of equipment the company has ever assembled.

XX HEADLINE... DEPARTMENTS 86 BUSINESS CALENDAR 86 CLASSIFIEDS 90 COMING AUCTIONS

20 SDLG APPOINTS TWO NEW DEALERS IN 93 EQUIPMENT POURS IN FOR YODER & FREY’S

IOWA, NEBRASKA SDLG has appointed two new dealers to bolster its position in the Midwest. The appointments reflect SDLG’s long-term goal to expand and strengthen its North American dealer network by partnering with seasoned, expert dealerships that know their markets well, providing superior service and support to SDLG’s customers. Founder, Publisher & CEO Midwest Publisher Editor In Chief Associate Editor Editorial Consultant Production Mgr. Controller Circulation Mgr. Director of Web Services Web Editor

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CRUSHING AND SCREENING KAFKA TRI PACK CONVEYOR - ‘14, 36” x 70” ..................................................................$95,900 KPI FT4250CC - ‘15, 1738 Hrs, 18” Vibrating Grizzly Feeder, Cat Tier 4 Final Engine, Double Deck Screen (5x12) with Dual Cross Conveyors, #C001181 ..............................CALL FOR PRICE NEW SANDVIK CJ412 PORTABLE JAW PLANT - ‘14, 47” x 33” + Much More ......................P.O.R.

ROLLERS SAKAI R2H2 - ‘16, 84”, 3 Wheel Static, #C001040, 179 Hrs ..........................................*$93,750 SAKAI R2H4 - ‘16, 84”, 3 Wheel Static, remaining warranty and eptw ..............*CALL FOR PRICE SAKAI SW502 - ‘13, 964 Hrs, 51” Drum 9000 lb remaining std and or eptw warranty, #C000212 ........................................................................................................................................*$27,950 SAKAI SW300 - ‘13, 149 Hrs, 40” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, #C000211, S/N 40156..*$29,950 SAKAI GW750-2 - ‘14, 691 Hrs, Vibratory Pnuematic Tire Roller, #C000533 ................*$99,950 *Comes with any remaining standard and 3 year extended power train warranty.

EXCAVATORS GRADALL XL4100 - ‘95, 3533 Hrs, Can Go To Work, #C001165, s/n 411236 ..................$20,000 LIEBHERR A924C - ‘15, 782 Hrs, 18’6” Angled Mon Boom, 10’0” Stick, Quick Coupler, Aux Hyd Lines, RR1942 ....................................................................................................CALL FOR PRICE

Contact Tim or Jason in Illinois

1-800-307-0221

treuss@finkbinerequipment.com jzeibert@finkbinerequipment.com

www.finkbinerequipment.com

Sandvik/Argo CH 430E - (’13), Portable Closed Circuit Cone with JCI 6 x 20 TD Screen, quad axle chassis…$493,640

AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT CEDAR RAPIDS 3042, (’05), Volvo powered Jaw Crusher with 42”x20” VS Feeder ............................$275,000 EXTEC S5, (’08), Double Screen Crawler Screening Plant, (2) 8'x5' double deck vib screens, (2) hyd folding wing conveyors ................................................................................................................................................$95,000 JCI K-400 PORTABLE CONE CRUSHER, (‘06) 400 HP Electric Feed Conveyor, Side Discharge Conveyor, Hyd. Leveling Jacks, Tri-Axle Running Gear ..................................................................................................$345,000 JCI 6X20TD PORTABLE SCREEN PLANT, (‘12) Underscreen Discharge Conveyor, Two (2) Cross Conveyors, Electric Control Panel ............................................................................................................................$162,000

CRANES GROVE RT880E, (’08), 80 Ton, 128’ Boom, 56’ Jib, Aux. Winch ..........................................................$325,000 GROVE RT765E-2, (’14), 65 Ton, 110’ Boom, 56’ Jib, Aux Hoist ..........................................................$365,000 GROVE RT760, (‘93), 60 Ton, 110’ Boom, 56’ Jib, Aux Hoist ................................................................$99,000 LIEBHERR HS855HD, 100 Ton Duty Cycle Crane, 105’ Boom, (2) Hoist with 20,000 SLP ..................$850,000 LIEBHERR LR853HD, (’98), 100 Ton Crawler Crane, 198’ Boom, 30’ Jib, 35.5” Pads..........................$199,000 MANITOWOC 11000-1, (‘07) 100 Ton, 200’ Boom, 60’ Jib, 3rd Drum..................................................$495,000

LOADERS AND EXCAVATORS: LIEBHERR LR631B, (’89), 150 HP, Hydrostatic Drive, 2.6 YD Bkt, 22” Tracks........................................$29,500 LIEBHERR R932 HDSL LONG REACH, (‘97) 65’ Reach, 45’ Dig Depth, 1 Yd Bkt, 30” Tracks ................$89,000 LIEBHERR A900C, (‘06) 3000 Hrs, Aux Hyd, QC, Hyd Ditch Bkt ............................................................$69,000 LIEBHERR L566 2+2, (‘13) 255HP, Hydrostatic Drive, TC, RC, 26.5R25 Tires, 6.5 YD Bkt, ROPS w/AC ..$CALL

Milwaukee, WI 1-800-236-6900 Fax 414-541-1892

Wausau, WI 1-800-242-7113 Fax 715-675-9748

Crushing & Screening Div. Little Chute, WI 1-800-236-8318 Fax 920-788-6753

For information on our in-stock equipment, contact Park Allison at:

pallison@amstate.com or mobile 1-414-335-1074 or 1-800-236-6900 Visit us at: www.amstate.com


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OPEN HOUSES Willmar, MN April 6 St. Cloud, MN April 20 Dassel, MN April 28

2015 Bobcat S595 - Call for Details

Bobcat Excavators in Stock, Call for Pricing

Bobcat Toolcats In Stock

Doosan DX140LC Excavator Available for Rent

Largest Selection in the Midwest! ®

Authorized Bobcat Dealer Bobcat 440 ..........................................Starting at $4,500 Bobcat 463’s ........................................Starting at $8,000 Bobcat 542B ........................................Starting at $6,900 Bobcat 642 ........................................................$7,500 Bobcat 642B ......................................................$8,500 Bobcat 743 ..........................................Starting at $8,000 Bobcat 751 ................................Several Starting at $9,900 Bobcat 753 ........................................Starting at $10,000 Bobcat 763F, Series, Open Cab ..............................$11,500 Bobcat 773G, With Heat ......................................$15,900 Bobcat 843, Heated Cab ......................................$10,000

Bobcat 853’s ......................................Starting at $11,000 Bobcat 863, With Heat ........................................$12,900 Bobcat 863G ......................................................14,900 Bobcat 873 ......................................................$17,900 Bobcat S130, 2006, Heated Cab ................................CALL Bobcat S185s, With Heat and Air, 500 Hours to 5000 Hours...... ......................................................Starting at $14,900 Bobcat S250 ......................................Starting at $17,500

Compact Track Machines Bobcat T190’s ....................................Starting at $17,500 Bobcat T200 ......................................Starting at $17,500 Bobcat T250, Gold ................................Starting at $24,500 Bobcat T300 ......................................Starting at $25,000

2015 Bobcat T770 - Call for Details

Other Brands Gehl 4615 Skidloader, Open Canopy ..........................$8,500 Mustang 2105 ......................................................CALL New Holland L175 ................................................CALL John Deere 250/260 Models Available ........................CALL

Excavators Bobcat 331’s, Several w/Heat & Open Canopys .................... ......................................................Starting at $15,900 Bobcat 334 ..........................................................CALL Bobcat 337D, A/C, HT..........................................$35,900 Bobcat 341 ........................................Starting at $29,990 Bobcat 442 ..............................Several Starting at $45,000

Large Used Trailer Selection Starting at $1,500

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ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING COMPANY, INC. Route 18 - Atlasburg (Pittsburgh), PA 15004

724/947-2235 Day/Night Fax 724/947-3820 Call Andy Miller Established 1928 Our Greatest Assets .. Our Employees OFF ROAD HAULERS

COMPACTORS

CRANES

Hamm GRW-5 Pneumatic Roller, 1994, Deutz Diesel, Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 hp, 8WD, Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, dual fuel, ROPS Canopy, (9) Ea. 7.50-15C1 Tires . . . . .$15,500 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$21,500 IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, 1999, off work), work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., 70' boom Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, drum drive . . . . . Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, 29.5R25, anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 working everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$145,000 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, very clean Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, 20.5R25,

AIR COMPRESSORS

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 hitch rebuilt $115,000 IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean $69,500 Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, SPECIALS IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . . .$49,500 P/S trans, tailgate, work ready . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 (12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a towIR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth w/pad kit, Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 tires, type, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . .From $5,200 ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . . . . . .$147,500 Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, Good Feet . . Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5x25, A/C, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 P/S trans, working everyday on jobsites . . . .$87,500

BACKHOES

Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5R25, A/C, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,500 nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . . (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, all . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 DRILLS work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $79,500 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 hp, 6WD, John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in stock, lever 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, works everyday . . Duraquip dust collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000 & remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 to $10,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 MISCELLANEOUS

(8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & single drum, tow type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 - $6,500

CRAWLER TRACTORS

(2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, (2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a-blade, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS winches, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$175,000 Ea. NUMEROUS Rivinius R600’s, 10’ Wide, Mount on JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, quick cou- (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT blade . . . Dozer Blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25,500 pler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . .$29,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. ATTACHMENTS

Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500

MOTOR SCRAPERS

Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" stick, 44" Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop tank, Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 (5)

Komatsu

PC128UU,

1996,

offset

boom, Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good

rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG pads, JRB Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, very nice coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, work ready . .CALL

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL

Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 23’ boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing good con-

TRUCKS & TRAILERS

dition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$100,000 (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Condition . .CALL

BUCKETS Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple Buckets in Stock -Call For Your Needs FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Others Available Call Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection All Equipment is Owned & Operated By ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.


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Enbridge Prepares to Replace Natural Gas Pipeline MARYSVILLE, Mich. (AP) A natural gas distribution company is preparing to replace a pipeline that runs underneath a river in eastern Michigan. Enbridge Energy’s Line 5 pipeline cuts through Marysville and the St. Clair River, The Times Herald reported. The company is working to secure the proper state and federal permits for the project, said Paul Meneghini, a senior manager at Enbridge. The line crosses the U.S.-Canadian border so the company must also acquire Canadian permits. Construction likely won’t start until the end of next year, Meneghini said. “All dependent on permitting,’’ he said. “But the intent is to move forward as soon as we can, as practical as we can once all the permits are in hand.’’ The work is expected to take about two months to complete. The Soo Locks are located on the St. Marys River, which links Lakes Huron and Superior. Activists and officials across the state have been calling for the line’s decommissioning amid concerns of its condition. The company has seen nothing to spark concern about the line’s integrity, Meneghini said. Kellie Randolph lives near the pipeline. She said her family is concerned about the project’s timeline. “We were concerned about safety and are still concerned about safety,’’ she said. “Just the concern that it’s a pipeline and I don’t know what’s going to happen with that.’’ SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. (AP) The Great Lakes nav- replace seals, valves, gears and other crucial parts of the Poe Workers will use a drill to tunnel underneath the river for igational locks at Sault Ste. Marie closed for the winter sea- and MacArthur locks. the new pipe. The new pipe will be connected to the existing son Jan. 15, enabling the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to District engineer Lt. Col. Dennis Sugrue said the Army system on the Canadian side. handle a variety of maintenance projects. Corps puts a high priority on keeping the locks operating The current pipeline was laid in 1953 and is 4 to 15 ft. The Soo Locks are located on the St. Marys River, which safely and reliably. below the river, Meneghini said. The replacement line will links Lakes Huron and Superior. More than 4,500 vessels The locks are scheduled to reopen March 26. be 30 ft. or more below the bottom of the river. haul up to 80 million tons of cargo, including iron ore, coal, (This story also can be found on Construction (This story also can be found on Construction wheat and limestone, through the locks each year. Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequip- Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipDuring the seasonal shutdown, crews will upgrade or mentguide.com.) mentguide.com.)

Soo Locks to Close for Winter to Allow Crews to Tackle Maintenance Work

National Guard Seeks $20M for Rapid City Airport Expansion By Emily Buenzle CEG WEB EDITOR

The National Guard is asking for $20 million in assistance from the South Dakota State Legislature to help pay for the construction of a new facility at Rapid City Regional Airport. The National Guard Readiness Center, which will go next to the National Guard’s Army Aviation Support Facility at the airport, will provide more room for the Guard’s aviation space, according to Maj. Anthony Deiss, the Rapid City

Journal reported. “The maintenance facility they’ve been in lacks the required training and logistical and administrative space for units to be able to achieve sufficiency in required training tasks that support readiness for federal and state missions,” said Deiss. Deiss said the Guard’s current 10,600-sq.-ft. building must fit 150 Guardsmen, plus a series of helicopters and other fixed-wing aircraft. In contrast, the new facility will be 58,000 sq. ft. and will provide space for offices, classrooms,

training areas and storage. The aircraft will remain in the old building, the Rapid City Journal reported. Deiss said the new facility will help Guard members stay ready for deployments, as well as prepare for local missions, like aerial support of wildland firefighters, aerial rescues in the Black Hills and aerial surveillance in conjunction with law enforcement, the Rapid City Journal reported. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

The National Guard is asking for $20 million in assistance from the South Dakota State Legislature to help pay for the construction of a new facility at Rapid City Regional Airport.


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JD 450DLC, 12’ 10” Bomag BW213DH-40, Arm, 36” Pads, #75368 84” Smooth Drum, ......................$114,000 #102871 ..........$78,500

JD 750K, LGP, 34” JD 210CW, 9’6” Arm, JD 550K, LGP, 24” Pads, 156” PAT Blade, Blade, Swinger, #74792 Pads, 124” Blade, #96606 ............$99,500 #104602 ........$159,000 ......................$114,000

JD 850J, LGP, 36” Pads, CEC Screen, 6 x 16 Wheeled Screen, 152” Semi U Blade, #75189............$169,000 #91758 ..........$259,000

JD 200CLC, w/ Genesis JD 350GLC, 13’1” Arm, JD 655K, Cab, Air, 22” Shear, #101510 ............ 32” Pads, #103176........ Pads, GP Bucket, #53141 ..........$189,000 ......................$218,000 ......................$198,000

JD 772D, Low Cab, Air, JD 210GLC, 9’7” Arm, 14’+2’ Blade, Scarifier, 32” Pads, Hyd Thumb, #102539 ........$119,000 #75716 ............$88,000

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JD 9560RT, 30” Tracks, JD 250D, 25 Ton, Liner, 1810 hours, #52305 ........ #105512 ..........$119,000 ........................$310,000

JD 300D, Bed Liner, TK TK140MDG, Jeep, JD 450DLC, 12’ 10” Bed Heater, #104338 .... Booster, #96484 ............ Arm, 36” Pads, CWRD, ......................$219,000 ......................$199,000 #103609 ........$179,000

JD 644K, Cab, Air, Cplr, JD 135D, 9’11” Arm, GP Bkt, #103604 .......... 24” Pads, Hyd Thumb, ......................$134,000 #102384 ..........$89,500


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#82919 2015 KOMATSU PC170 LC-10, CAB/AC | #82111 2006 KOMATSU PC200 LC-8, CAB/AC | AUX HYD'S | MANUAL QC | 1,800 HRS ................ 9'7" ARM | 31.5" TRACKS | 4,000 HRS..$109,500 ..............................................................$169,500

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#81926 2007 KOMATSU PC300 LC-8, CAB/AC | #91887 2008 KOMATSU PC400 LC-8, CAB/AC | 10' ARM | REAR CAMERA | 7,000 HRS ................ 35.5" TRACKS | 13' ARM | JRB QC | AUX HYD'S | ..............................................................$169,500 KOMTRAX | REAR CAMERA | 8,300 HRS ............ ..............................................................$169,500

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#92509 2007 KOMATSU WA200-5, CAB/AC | PIN ON BUCKET | 3RD VALVE | 8,200 HRS....$49,500

#92215 2009 KOMATSU WA250-6, CAB/AC | QC/BUCKET | KOMTRAX | HIGH LIFT | 1,600 HRS ..............................................................$139,500

#81700 2006 KOMATSU WA380-5, CAB/AC | JRB QC | BUCKET | FORKS | 3RD VALVE | 4,900 HRS ..............................................................$159,500

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World of Concrete 2018 Has Solid Showing in Las Vegas

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orld of Concrete 2018 was held Jan. 23 to 26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas. The show featured more than 1,500 exhibitors covering 725,000 net sq. ft. of exhibit space. In addition to having the opportunity to meet with this extensive number of manufacturers and concrete industry professionals, attendees also were provided with 170 education offerings, which, among them, included 80 new sessions and more than 140 speakers. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at Todd Howe, product manager of and light towers of www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) generators Doosan Portable Power, stands CEG

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with the newly redesigned Doosan LSC light tower. Dmitri Cremo, northeast regional sales manager, stands along side Chicago Pneumatic’s V4W light tower.

Felling Trailers’ Roger Majors (L), regional sales manager, West region, and Gary Knudsen, regional sales manager, reported they had a great show, met a lot of contractors, as well as lots of municipalities.

The Epiroc crew and their line of hydraulic attachments (L-R) are Dana Creekmore, vice president of sales; George O’Neill, district sales manager, west; Rich Elliott, product manager of hydraulic attachments; Shane Hovek, district sales manager, northeast; Moira Ploof, marketing communications specialist; and Tim Schutte, western regional sales manager.

Tom Owen, CE sales manager of Hyundai, at his company’s booth at World of Concrete. Owen said Hyundai has an extensive excavator and wheel loader lineup to meet concrete contractors’ equipment needs.

Multiquip Inc. introduced the new MTX50HD Rammer with the help of Mike Sebree, based out of Orlando, Fla.

John Deere Construction and Forestry Division’s Greg Zupancic discusses the features and benefits of the Deere 318G skid steer at World of Concrete.


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MITA Welcomes Guests to Annual Conference, Trade Show

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he Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association (MITA) held it’s annual conference and trade show on Jan. 24 to 25 at the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort in Mount Pleasant, Mich. The theme for this year’s event was “How to Survive” and both day’s keynote speakers exemplified the drive and determination needed for survival. On Jan 24., the keynote talk was given by Richard Picciotto, former New York Fire Department chief and highest ranking firefighter to survive the World Trade Center collapse. Chief Picciotto addressed the audience on facing diversity and the role that courage, preparation and leadership play in determining the outcome. The keynote speaker on Jan. 25, Aron Ralston, was the subject of the film 127 Hours, which chronicled his ordeal when trapped by a boulder while climbing. His talk provided attendees with insights on the qualities of courage and perseverance needed to confront and ultimately overcoming seemingly impossible odds In addition to a Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association political action update and overview of Michigan’s regulatory issues, the event included a series of educational sessions to provide attendees with insights on upcoming business opportunities and provide them with information see MITA page 68

(L-R): Eric Smiley of Barton Malow catches up with Alex VanKampen, Stephen Sanders and Austin Schertzing, all of Contractors Rental Corporation, and Wade Kremer of Barton Malow at AIS Construction Equipment Corp/Contractors Rental Corporation’s booth at the show.

(L-R) are Todd Chartier, M.L. Chartier Excavating Inc.; Leo Remijan, Ajax Paving Industries Inc.; Bob Hennessy, Mersino Dewatering; Marco Mersino and Joe Snyder, both of Atlas Oil Company; and Fred Meram of F.D.M. Contracting.

Jim Hamilton of Efficiency Production Inc. shares insights into trenching and shoring with show attendees.

(L-R): Ritchie Bros’ Tim Keane, Scott Snyder and Brad Greene talk with attendees about the company’s upcoming auctions, including the company’s big annual sale in Orlando, Fla.

(L-R): Nate Windy, Dean Pellegato, Mike Adams, Pat Mead and Rick Winenger, all of Michigan’s authorized Volvo Dealer, Alta Equipment Company, were on hand to discuss the dealership’s equipment, including their recently added Roadtec and Jet Heat lines.

Vince Voetberg (L) and Kevin Boyd, Jeffers Crane Service, provide information about the company’s range of crane equipment.

Mike Nystrom, MITA executive vice president, addresses attendees at the event.


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SDLG Appoints Two New Dealers in Iowa, Nebraska SDLG has appointed two new dealers to bolster its position in the Midwest. The appointments reflect SDLG’s long-term goal to expand and strengthen its North American dealer network by partnering with seasoned, expert dealerships that know their markets well, providing superior service and support to SDLG’s customers. Both new dealers are taking over for Scott Van Keppel (SVK), purchasing the heavy equipment company’s assets and assuming its locations. Housby Heavy Equipment is now the new SDLG dealer for Iowa. The Des Moines-based company is taking over locations in Ankeny and Cedar Rapids. Meanwhile, Wise Heavy Equipment has become the new SDLG dealer in Nebraska, assuming SVK’s location in Omaha. Nick Tullo, sales manager of SDLG North America, said the addition of these two companies will help SDLG capture market share, as both have deep knowledge of their local markets and have shown success in providing a high level of aftermarket service. “When SDLG expanded into North America four years ago, we knew that the clearest path to success was partnering with knowledgable, dependable dealers,” he said. “Both Housby and Wise fit that description. Our existing customers in Iowa and

Nebraska will get nothing but the best in aftermarket service from these two companies, and new customers in the region will learn the benefits that SDLG has to offer.” Partners in Expansion Founded in 1969, Housby Heavy Equipment has grown to serve customers

across America and around the world from its locations in Des Moines and Carroll in Iowa. Over the years, Housby has developed its product offering to include heavy equipment, ready-mix technologies and waste and forestry equipment. “We have built strong partnerships with a diverse range of customers in the trucking

and construction industries, and we’re very optimistic about bringing SDLG’s wheel loaders into the mix,” said Kelly Housby, partner of Housby Heavy Equipment. “Both Housby Heavy Equipment and SDLG put customers at the center of our business as a priority, so with these common values, we look forward to future success.” Wise Heavy Equipment has served customers in the transportation, trucking and railroad industries since 1978. Bert Wise, owner of the company, said the expansion of its portfolio to include SDLG’s wheel loaders will help it provide customers in Nebraska with ideal machines for lowhour, seasonal work, as well as the aftermarket service that has become synonymous with SDLG. “We are honored to partner with SDLG and be the sole distributor of its products in Nebraska,” he said. “Its well-built, easy-tooperate machines will not only help us build a strong product portfolio and give customers more choices than ever before, but also enable us to tap into landscaping and snow removal, among other applications, all while improving services and support for customers in Nebraska.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Luby Equipment Services Promotes Smith to Rental Manager

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Luby Equipment Services, a St. Louis-based Case Construction Equipment Dealer, has announced the promotion of Vince Smith to rental manager effective immediately. Smith has been the rental coordinator for the past four years based out of the corporate headquarters. “Vince has done an excellent job facilitating the day-to-day operations and supporting the sales and rental departments as the rental coordinator,” said Doug Juergensen, COO, Luby Equipment Services. Prior to Luby Equipment Services, Smith spent nine years as the assistant manager of Nu-Way Rents located in St. Louis. In his new role, Smith will be responsible for providing leadership in guaranteeing efficient procedures and management of all branch rental activities. He is replacing longtime rental manager Jim Bailey, who is transitioning into an equipment management role. “Vince’s skills and experience will be instrumental in the future growth of the rental department as well as improving the customer experience,” said David Kedney, sales manager, Luby Equipment Services. “The rental industry is poised for accelerated growth over the next three years, especially in the St. Louis Metro area, and with Vince in this leadership role, we will be positioned to take advantage of these opportunities.” Luby Equipment Services operates out of its headquarters in Fenton, Mo., and seven other branch locations. The company serves its customers equipment needs with a variety of new, used, and rental equipment. The company represents several manufacturers, including Case Construction, Takeuchi, Doosan, Indeco, Atlas Copco, Wacker Neuson, Oshkosh Airport Products, Eager Beaver and Towmaster trailers. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Bobcat Enterprises Inc. announced that it is now the exclusive dealer of Bandit chippers and stump grinders. The company will offer Bandit in Hilliard, Reynoldsburg, Cincinnati, Mt. Orab and Lexington, Ohio. “Bandit Industries manufactures excellent equipment that we feel is a great addition to the lines we already sell. It also is a product many of our existing customers own whether it be tree care, landscaping or rental yards,” said Kimberly Trapp, BEI general manager. In support of this line addition — as well as Avant and Toro — the company has added two compact utility specialists Jim McLaughlin to the sales team. Jim McLaughlin will be servicing the Columbus area. McLaughlin has been in sales for more than 23 years and in the Tree Industry for 20 years selling chippers and stump grinders. He also has previous sales experience with Bandit Industries and currently sits on the Bandit Dealer Council Board. Tommy Noe will be servicing the Cincinnati area. Noe has been with BEI since May 2017. He came to BEI after graduating from Xavier with a BA in public relations, marketing and media. He also continues to serve in the Ohio Tommy Noe Army National Guard. McLaughlin and Noe look forward to serving all of your compact utility needs across Bandit Industries, Avant and Toro. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Administration Waives Regs, Sets Stage for Border Wall Emily Buenzle CEG WEB EDITOR

The border wall is one step closer to fruition after the Trump administration waived a series of environmental regulations to speed up the project’s construction, The Hill reported. A Jan. 22 Federal Register entry by Kirstjen M. Nielsen, secretary of Homeland Security, stated, “The Secretary of Homeland Security has determined, pursuant to law, that it is necessary to waive certain laws, regulations and other legal requirements in order to ensure the expeditious construction of barriers and roads in the vicinity of the international land border of the United States near the Santa Teresa Land Port of Entry in the state of New Mexico.” The waiver, which covers the construction of both the border wall and surrounding roads, includes a total of 23 regulations, including • the National Environmental Policy Act; • the Endangered Species Act; • the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (colloquially known as the Clean Water Act); • the National Historic Preservation Act; and • the Clean Air Act. This announcement comes after the Fisher Sand and Gravel Company recently told the Department of Homeland Security that it could build 700 miles of the wall for $12.2 billion, which comes in under President Trump’s initial $18 billion request to Congress to cover just 654 miles of the border.

The waiver, which covers the construction of both the border wall and surrounding roads, includes a total of 23 regulations.

(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Patten Cat Names Stahl as Michigan Track Improvements Newest Sales Team Member Slash Amtrak Travel Time Patten Cat recently announced the promotion of Andrew “Drew” Stahl as the company’s newest machine sales representative covering both Lake and McHenry counties in Illinois. In his new role, Stahl is responsible for the entire Caterpillar construction equip-

ment line. His past positions as machine sales porter and sale coordinator have prepared him well for his new responsibilities, according to the company, and Stahl is looking forward to growing his career at Patten. Brian Serio, sales manager of Patten Cat, said this is an exciting yet challenging

opportunity for Stahl. “Patten has many valuable customers in this portion of our territory. The addition of a hardworking, motivated individual such as Drew coupled with Patten’s new facility in Wauconda [700 Patten Dr. Wauconda, IL 60084] will mean great things for us and our customers.” Stahl can be reached at 630/270-7208 or email —stahla@pattencat.com. Patten Cat carries the full line of Caterpillar heavy and compact construction equipment, which is available to purchase, rent or lease. In addition, Patten Cat also provides parts and service to support this full product line. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

DETROIT (AP) The Michigan Department of Transportation said $384 million in track improvements have led to faster train speeds and reduced travel times to Chicago. The Amtrak Wolverine route, which runs from Detroit to Chicago, has reduced transit time by 20 minutes, said Michael Frezell, a department spokesman. The Blue Water route, which runs from Port Huron to Chicago, has been reduced by about seven minutes, he said. Travel between Detroit and Chicago can take four to five hours. The new Amtrak schedule with improved times began Jan 22. Construction work began in 2012. Improvements included replacing worn tracks, smoothing out curves, upgrading railroad crossings for increased safety, improving train communications and raising maximum speeds in certain areas. “It means safer, dependable and faster travel for the rider,” Frezell said.

Michigan received $347 million in federal funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail Program. The state provided the remaining $37.5 million. Positive train control and new locomotives are planned to be implemented later this year, and will likely reduce travel times even further. The technology would allow for the maximum train speed to rise from 79 mph to 110 mph in certain portions of the track. “Positive train control is a computer system that can take control of the [train] in the event that the engineer may be going too fast,’’ Frezell said. Improvements to portions of the track not owned by the Transportation Department have also helped reduce travel times, Frezell said. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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ALL Family of Companies Adds Eight New Units From Manitowoc The ALL Family of Companies is once again expanding its fleet with the purchase of eight cranes from Manitowoc. The package includes two each of the MLC650 crawler, Grove TMS760E truck-mounted crane and Manitowoc 999 crawler, plus two more truck-mounted units: a Grove TMS800E and the all-new Grove TMS9000-2. The deal punctuated the final quarter of 2017. Upon receipt, the cranes will be deployed across the company’s network of branches, targeting markets where they are in the highest demand. When ALL initially acquired two MLC650s last fall, the large-capacity crawlers proved extremely popular with customers, providing impetus for the acquisition of additional units. The MLC650 has a 716-ton capacity and features variable position counterweight (VPC) technology that automatically positions the crane’s counterweight to match lifting demands. VPC helps reduce the operating footprint, minimizes ground preparation and reduces matting, adding up to a potential savings of thousands of dollars per month on longer-term projects. “This capacity — 700 to 900 tons — is in high demand across all geographies and in multiple sectors,” said Rick Mikut, crawler crane division manager of the ALL Family of Companies. “The MLC650’s large capacity and sitefriendly ground bearing pressure will ensure these new units will be deployed almost immediately for energy-relat-

ed projects, including refineries, petrochemical installations, and power plants.” Of no less importance, although at the opposite end of the capacity range for this crane package, ALL is excited to take delivery of its first Grove TMS9000-2 truck cranes. Manitowoc developed the TMS9000-2 with the input of customers and dealers to create a crane that delivers in realworld applications. It is a 115-ton capacity truck crane that is significantly lighter than similar models, making it easily configured for local roadway weight limits. It has a longer 169-ft. main boom with jib options available. Strength was boosted by 5 percent across the load chart. “Our truck cranes are an important part of our taxi rental fleet — the in-and-out work that is really important to our business — and Manitowoc is doing a great job reinventing these TMS units to keep them strong and increasingly more roadworthy,” said Michael L. Liptak, president of ALL. “And our crawler division is booming right now, perhaps seeing the highest demand in a decade. Our new ‘triple 9s’ and MLC650s are a direct response to this need. We will continue to define our response to this demand by our commitment to a modern, technologically advanced fleet,” said Liptak. (This story also can be found on Construction The ALL Family of Companies is once again expanding Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequip- its fleet with the purchase of eight cranes from mentguide.com.) Manitowoc.


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Attendees See Latest Equipment, Technology at WOC 2018 WOC from page 16

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Max Ravazzolo, CEO of MB America, speaks with attendees at the MB crushing demo.

(L-R): Maeda USA’s John Carpenter, Taylor Inman and Tony Inman were on hand to show the MC285-2 mini crawler-crane.

Charlie Clarkston (L), dealer sales manager, and Angel Nieto, product manager, stand beside Atlas Copco’s HiLight V5+ LED light tower.

The new Gehl RT215 was introduced to World of Concrete attendees by “pilots” from the Manitou Group. (L-R): Nathan Ryan, manager of skid and track loaders; Laurent Bonnaure, executive vice president, global sales and marketing; and Arnaud Boyer, vice president of marketing and product development. Aaron Kleingartner, marketing manager of Doosan Infracore North America, Suwanee, Ga., stands in front of the Doosan DL280-5 wheel loader.

Evan Clarke, vice president of sales, Kleemann, showcases the new Mobirex MR 130 Z Evo2 mobile impact crusher.

The U27-4 compact excavator was the focus of the Kubota booth. (LR): Eric Nyblom, Jon Reedy and Jeff Jacobsmeyer were among the Kubota representatives on hand.

Clint Nichols of Liebherr USA introduces the 50 M5 XXT truck-mounted concrete pump to the World of Concrete audience.


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New Products, Machines Launch at WOC 2018 in Vegas

Barry Greenaway, product manager of Skyjack, introduced the new Skyjack SJ1056TH telehandler with optional Ecoshift. Mark Stasell, vice president, vocational truck business of International Truck, announces the launch of HV Series MRD. WOC from page 28

Tim Nash, director of concrete products, Wirtgen America, launches the new two-tracked SP 62i concrete slipform paver.

Dale Willie (L), sales engineer, dealer support center, New River Valley Truck Plant, Volvo, Dublin, Va., and John Felder, product marketing manager, Volvo Trucks North America, Greensboro, N.C., are ready to discuss the new LED headlights for the VHD Series as standard equipment.

Long-time Easi-Pour equipment owners Rob Reeves (L), superintendent, and Todd Zumach, operator, both of Caliber Concrete Construction, Milton, Wa., stop by Easi-Pour’s exhibit at World of Concrete. Caliber Concrete purchased an Easi-Pour 880 in 1998 and 1999 and one in 2000. All, they said, are still running great because the equipment is durable, has a great design, and is easy to work with and to work on. Easi-Pour is based in Huron, S.D.

Drew Miller, product marketing manager of John Deere, was excited to introduce Deere’s redesigned 344L compact wheel loader.


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Perkins Engines Names Dealer Perkins Engines Company Limited has signed a distribution agreement with Clarke Powered Solutions to officially appoint Clarke as a Perkins Engines distributor in the United States beginning in 2018. Clarke will provide sales, service and full distribution support for Perkins engines and parts to Perkins customers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the Midwest and Northeast United States. Clarke will establish its distributorship headquarters in Kansas City, Kan., and manage 44 locations throughout its 24-state territory. This announcement positions Clarke to join Perkins Power Corporation (PPC) and Pacific Power Group (PPI) as the primary Perkins Engines distributors in the USA. Founded in 1964, Clarke has deep roots. Still family-owned after more than 50 years, Clarke has significant reach and long-standing relationships with some of the biggest brands around the world. Grounded in deep engineering expertise, Clarke’s cross-industry offerings are driven by talented employees with expertise in fire pumps, power generation, truck engines and everything in between. Clarke’s products and services have evolved over time from repair, to management, to innovative predictive services in fleet data analysis. Clarke has been the catalyst for raising standards in custom engineering, diesel engines and trucking industries that make this partnership ideal, matching

two strong brands and teams to effectively support Perkins off-highway customers across this territory. “This is the beginning of a significant partnership and I am very excited to be working with Clarke Powered Solutions as we develop our collective capabilities and align our forces to deliver a consistently excellent end-user experience to current and new customers,” Perkins Engines President Ramin Younessi said. “The appointment represents a great opportunity for Clarke to expand and support Perkins’ customer base,” said Kirk Andreae, president of Clarke Powered Solutions. “Clarke has served customers in this industry for more than 50 years and we are proud to have such an important partnership. We have the capabilities and demonstrated performance to service current Perkins powered fleets and provide local technical support with engineered solutions to the OEM customers.” The Clarke team will begin servicing and supporting Perkins customers working in partnership with existing providers throughout the first quarter of 2018. For more information, visit www.clarkepoweredsolutions.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Minn. Strives to Recycle Water ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Minnesota is working to improve water recycling as the state’s groundwater supply shrinks. Population growth, increased irrigation and industrial uses are depleting groundwater resources in some parts of Minnesota, Minnesota Public Radio reported. “We don’t often think about water being something that we have to consider being scarce in Minnesota,’’ said Jen Kader, program manager of the Freshwater Society, a nonprofit water conservation group. “Yet in some places, water resources are being drained faster than they’re being replenished.’’ State officials and environmental groups believe collecting, treating and reusing dirty water is one way to reduce demand on clean water sources. Capturing stormwater can also help reduce flooding and keep lakes and rivers free of pollutants. St. Paul has installed a water-reuse system that will save CHS Field from using 450,000 gal. of the city’s water supply annually, said Nate Zwonitzer, the water resource project manager of the Capitol Region Watershed

District. Water is collected on the roof of a nearby Metro Transit maintenance facility. The water is treated to remove debris and kill microbes. It’s then used in the facility’s toilets and to irrigate the field. A housing development in Hugo is buying stormwater from the city to use for irrigation, instead of using drinking water. “The stormwater costs them a lot less to buy, and so that saves significantly on their water bill,’’ City Administrator Bryan Bear said. Despite the high cost of water recycling projects and confusing state regulations, there’s been an uptick in interest regarding reusing water, said Anita Anderson, an engineer with the Minnesota Department of Health’s drinking water protection section. “We were starting to get more calls from people asking, ‘Can I use this source of water to irrigate with?’’’ she said. “Or, ‘I want to do an eco-development, and I want to recycle all the water on site.’’’ (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Hyundai Construction Equipment Names 2017 Top Dealers Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas honored five of its top dealers for 2017 during a meeting of its North American dealers at the AED Summit in Las Vegas. Hyundai awarded its top honor of Dealer of the Year to Four Seasons Equipment Inc. of Houston. The dealer was recognized for excelling in customer satisfaction, overall dealership operations and parts, service and equipment sales. Selected as top performing Hyundai construction equipment dealers of 2017 were the following four companies: Robs Hydraulics Inc., Grimesland, N.C.; May Heavy Equipment, Lexington, N.C.; Modern Group Ltd., Bristol, Pa.; and Porter Group USA (formerly known as Heavy Equipment Rental & Sales), headquartered in Corona, Calif., and serving southern California. “Having served the North American construction equipment market for more than 25 years, Hyundai dealers are committed to delivering the best customer experience in the industry,” said M.S. Kang, president, Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas. “We congratulate the sales, service and management teams of our 2017 top dealerships for their hard work, dedication and success.” For more information call 877/509-2254 or visit www.hceamericas.com.

(L-R): Tom Owen, vice president of National CE Sales of Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas, stands with Hyundai 2017 Top Dealers Stuart Warren, sales and marketing manager, Porter Group USA (formerly Heavy Equipment Rental & Sales); Rick Nelson, VP and general manager, Modern Group; Mitch Nevins, CEO of Four Seasons and Hyundai 2017 Dealer of the Year; Rob Lynch, dealer principal, Rob’s Hydraulics; and Will Blackerby, VP of fleet management, May Heavy Equipment.

(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Rick Nelson (C), VP and general manager, accepts a Hyundai 2017 Top Dealer Award on behalf of Modern Group.

M.S. Kang (L), president of Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas, and Dai Soon Kim (R), senior executive vice president, Hyundai Construction Equipment — Korea, present the Hyundai 2017 Dealer of the Year Award to Mitch Nevins, CEO of Four Seasons Equipment.

Rob Lynch (C), dealer principal, accepts a Hyundai 2017 Top Dealer Award on behalf of Rob's Hydraulics.

Stuart Warren (C), sales and marketing manager, accepts a Hyundai 2017 Top Dealer Award on behalf of Porter Group USA (formerly Heavy Equipment Rental & Sales).

Will Blackerby (C), VP of fleet management, accepts a Hyundai 2017 Top Dealer Award on behalf of May Heavy Equipment.


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Steel Unlimited Inc: ‘Quality Is Our Only Product’ “Quality Is Our Only Product.” That was the founding motto for Steel Unlimited in 1996 and it remains the overarching principle today. This approach has been so successful that the company continues to be on a winning streak that has led to repeated growth and expansion. Since Mike Frabotta, president, and Dave Sunde, vice president, founded Steel Unlimited Inc. on Feb. 14, 1996, with a modest facility in Riverside, Calif., customer satisfaction has been their driving force and it has fueled astounding growth. Significant Expansion, Growth Within two years from the company’s founding, that force led Frabotta and Sunde to develop and purchase their first location at 452 W. Valley Blvd., Rialto, Calif. — a 54,000-sq ft. facility focused on steel processing and attachments. Around the same time in 1998, the next expansion involved the company’s World’s Best Wear Parts division, which provides replacement wear parts — essential for professional grinding operations. This division today constantly evolves to meet various industry needs for the recycling, wood-waste, biomass, landscaping, landfill, land clearing, composting, asphalt shingle recycling and waste processing systems. Within eight years of opening, Steel Unlimited created its SUI Water Well division, which produces quality fabricated-steel pump housings, as well as surface plates, steel pipes, columns and barrels needed for municipalities, agricultural and construction industries Steel Unlimited’s mining division opened in 2011. This division welds and repairs heavy equip-

ment, rebuilds large attachments, in addition to supplying steel plate products and ground engaging tools. With a staff at 120 and a growing customer base, Steel Unlimited was quickly outgrowing its Rialto location. To shorten lead time for its customers, Steel Unlimited expanded again in 2014 and opened a new corporate headquarters at 3200 Myers St., Riverside, Calif. Millions of dollars were spent renovating and redesigning this facility outfitted with new machinery, new equipment, a quality control division, production division, increased engineering capabilities and a rapidly growing sales department.

(L-R) are Dave Sunde, vice president; Mike Johnston (MJ), general manager/CFO; and Mike Frabotta, president, all of Steel Unlimited.

Kevin Homuth, sales manager of Steel Unlimited, has more than 25 years of sales, developmental and operational expertise.

Further expansion continued in 2015 with the company’s hydraulic hammers parts & service division. Steel Unlimited Today While still maintaining and growing its primary business of

steel processing and attachments, Steel Unlimited has expanded to six divisions today. The company’s capabilities as a one-stop supplier for material and processing needs include, in part: • flame, plasma, laser, water jet see STEEL page 36

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Steel Unlimited Doubles Capacity to Meet Customer Demands STEEL from page 35

and saw cutting; • shearing; • assembly and welding; • machining; • Blanchard grinding; • forming and bending; and • heat treating and more. A full range of inventory is maintained to respond quickly to customer needs; as-rolled carbon, high-strength-low-alloy, alloy grades and heat-treated carbon. Steel Unlimited specializes in custom fabrications of attachments to meet customer exact specifications and manufactures, designs and fabricates a wide selection of attachments, including: • excavator buckets; • skeleton buckets; • V-buckets; • Slab Crab Dragon buckets; • ripper buckets; • round bottom buckets; • loader buckets and more. Steel Unlimited manufactures, designs and fabricates compaction wheels, rippers, rakes, thumbs, pulverizers, Grizzley screens, ground engaging tools, grapplers, rumble mates and custom attachments. Pride in Manufacturing Frabotta, Sunde and Michael Johnston, general manager/CFO, have more than 75 years of combined excellence, experience and passion in this industry and strive to maintain

Steel Unlimited’s facility located at 452 W. Valley Blvd. in Rialto, Calif., is a sprawling 54,000-sq. ft. facility focused on steel processing and attachments.

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a customer centric focus. The company remains proud to say, “Made in America.” Also, because the company is a steel distributor (with all of its steel arriving directly from mills), Steel Unlimited can pass its savings directly to its customers. Adding Expertise CNC machine To expand and develop the sales department, Steel Unlimited hired Kevin Homuth as sales manager in May 2017. With more than 25 years of sales, developmental and operational expertise with Utility One Source, Buyers Products and McNeilus Trucks and Manufacturing, Homuth was tasked with bringing the sales department to next level. With the formulation of new strategies, a new organization, expansion and hiring of key per-

Built in 2014, Steel Unlimited’s corporate headquarters is located at 3200 Myers St. in Riverside, Calif.

sonnel, Homuth is on target to reach record yearly growth. The future for Steel Unlimited appears just as bright and potentially successful as its first 21 years in business. “We will continue to improve company processes and efficiencies,” said Johnston. “We’ll also exceed customer expectations, increase sales, while still maintaining attainable lead times, and most of all, we’ll continue to always put our customers and employees first.” For more information, call 909/873-1222 or connect with Steel Unlimited via Facebook. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Hope, Fear as Puerto Rico Moves to Privatize Its Public Power Company Danica Coto ASSOCIATED PRESS

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — The announcement that Puerto Rico’s governor is moving to privatize the U.S. territory’s public power company has many on the island of 3.3 million people asking whether this will finally bring them more affordable electric bills and more reliable service. More than 30 percent of customers are still without electricity more than four months after Hurricane Maria, and many blame that and previous blackouts on the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, whose infrastructure averages roughly 45 years old, compared with 18 years on the U.S. mainland. Many also wonder who, if anyone, would be willing to buy a power company that has a $9 billion debt load, filed for bankruptcy last year and faces longstanding accusations of mismanagement and corruption. But Puerto Ricans in a flurry of exchanges across social media after the Jan. 22 announcement seemed to agree that any change would be a good one, though they remained wary that the utility could fall into the wrong hands. “Some people have faith that privatization will improve everything, but it’s not a guarantee,” said Puerto Rico economist Jose Caraballo. “If a good deal isn’t hammered out, Puerto Rico can end up worse than it is.” Gov. Ricardo Rossello said he will be working with legislators in the coming days to draft a measure that would allow the government to sell the utility’s assets in a process expected to take 18 months. The majority leader in Puerto Rico’s House of Representatives said he would back the measure, while the president of the island’s Senate said he first needed to see the legislation to ensure it would serve the interests of all Puerto Ricans. Power bills on the island have long been double the average of those on the U.S. mainland, in part because imported fuel supplies three-fourths of the energy consumed in Puerto Rico, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Rossello said privatizing the power company would both improve service and lower power bills, and he predicted it would lead to more investment in renewable energy projects.

More than 30 percent of customers are still without electricity more than four months after Hurricane Maria, and many blame that and previous blackouts on the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, whose infrastructure averages roughly 45 years old, compared with 18 years on the U.S. mainland.

“With this transformation of PREPA, you will cease being its hostage,” he told Puerto Ricans. “The deficient and obsolete system of generation and distribution of energy is one of the great impediments to our economic development.” Sen. Juan Dalmau, whose party supports independence for Puerto Rico, said privatization would not necessarily translate into efficiency or savings. “The message is a manipulation of the justified hopelessness of an island facing a lack of power after the hurricane,” he said. A spokesman for the utility did not return a message for comment, while union leaders said they would not comment until Jan. 23. Rossello said the electrical grid is not designed for Puerto Rico’s current needs, noting that the greatest demand exists in the northern part of the island while the main generation plants are in the south. In addition to its aging infrastructure, PREPA has lost 30 percent of its employees in the last five years, 86 percent of whom worked in maintenance, he added. The company also has faced internal turmoil. Its director was forced out in November after the utility failed to immediately call for help from its mainland counterparts after Hurricane Maria. Instead, PREPA granted a power-restoration contract to a littleknown company that the utility was later forced to rescind. Most recently, PREPA was blamed for the failure to

distribute badly needed parts found in one of its warehouses even as repairs to the storm-damaged power system went undone for lack of supplies. Founded in 1979 as a public utility run by appointees of the island’s governor, PREPA has long been criticized for political patronage and inefficiency. It has been beset by frequent blackouts, including an island-wide outage in September 2016. The island’s water and sewer company was once privatized, but the government had to take it back over in the early 2000s after problems with service, billing and quality requirements set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. But Puerto Rico has been privatizing the operations of some government agencies in recent years amid a recession that has lasted more than a decade, including management of the main international airport and one of its main highways. Economist Gustavo Velez said privatizing PREPA will be a positive move if whoever buys it is a good operator. He added that he supports the privatization of not only the power company, but other state agencies as well, including the Ports Authority, the water and sewer company and the highway authority. “We have to open up all these utilities that are bankrupt, failed,” Velez said. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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President Trump Introduces $1.5T Infrastructure Package INFRASTRUCTURE from page 1

dollar infrastructure program was in 2009 when President Barack Obama pushed an $840 billion stimulus package in hopes of kick-starting a bludgeoned economy. President Obama won approval of the package, though without the support of any House Republicans (and 11 Democrats). Only three Senate Republicans backed the bill. Those who opposed the measure did so because the funding seemed too diffused among special interest groups to really spur economic activity. That certainly proved to be true in respect to construction. Though signs went up on construction sites around the country touting the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, in the end most of the stimulus money was earmarked for Pell grants and AmeriCorps programs, the Smithsonian Institution and local law enforcement, and so on. While all of the recipients may have been worthy, just $80 billion of the $830 billion was spent on infrastructure — and less than $30 billion of the $80 billion specifically on transportation projects. Consequently, very little stimulation occurred where dirt actually gets turned. An indication of the construction industry’s disappointment was the reaction to an Associated Press story in 2010 that declared the stimulus bill a big success for contractors. In response, the American Road and Transportation Builders Association came out and gave the story an F for misleading the general public. The organization might have called it fake news. So if Democrats in 2018 object en masse to President Trump’s proposal, it will not be unprecedented. Yet wholesale party-line rejection of an infrastructure bill will be harder to defend this time if GOP leaders don’t make the same mistake Democrats did in 2009 and turn it into a catch-all spending measure. The challenge facing the GOP is to cobble together a clean infrastructure bill that actually focuses on highways, bridges and the like. If Republican leaders can do that, they may pick up enough support across the aisle to win passage. The legislative debate will be complicated by the president’s desire to spread the cost of infrastructure upgrades across federal, state and local governments as well as private investors. “Every federal dollar should be leveraged by partnering with state and local governments and, where appropriate, tapping into private sector investment to permanently fix the infrastructure deficit,” President Trump said in his speech. There will be pushback to this. State and local jurisdictions undoubtedly would prefer to have Washington pick up the entire tab for construction and repair of local infrastruc-

“Every federal dollar should be leveraged by partnering with state and local governments and, where appropriate, tapping into private sector investment to permanently fix the infrastructure deficit.” Donald Trump President of the United States

ture. Yet the offer of some federal dollars is enticing enough that it could overcome the resistance to a requirement for additional local spending. Having state and local authorities invest more in their roads and bridges certainly will give them greater incentive to ensure the dollars are well spent. Private-public partnerships have been around a while and are growing in popularity in some parts of the country. Indiana toll road and bridge projects a decade ago are often cited as successful ventures, but not every partnership has worked and some projects are altogether ill-suited for such partnerships. All in all, teaming up with states and cities to fund the work is a good idea. However, it will require the cooperation of more decision-makers inside and outside Washington and that could aggravate passage of the bill. Regulatory Challenge The second challenge facing President Trump is to deliver on his promise to shortcircuit the various regulatory regimes that hamstring construction projects. “Any bill must also streamline the permitting and approval process,” the president declared, “getting it down to no more than two years, and perhaps even one.” One can only hope. The fact is, snipping even some red tape on construction projects would be revolutionary and revolutions are never easy. Every highway project necessarily has some environmental, social and economic impact. Change always has impact. So moving projects ahead sometimes comes down to weighing competing values and deciding among them.

How many snail darters can acceptably be sacrificed, for instance, to build a roadway through a wetland and cut an hour from a suburban commute? On such questions can mighty construction projects grind to a halt. Contractors as a rule are not unsympathetic to such concerns, but they do have a business to run. They at least deserve timely regulatory decisions so alternate routes and construction methods can be implemented. Streamlining the process is not too much to ask. Congress can mandate speedier regulatory processes that emphasize action by capping interminable bureaucratic paperpushing. It isn’t a question of ignoring science or turning deaf ears to legitimate objections. It is all about requiring decisions to be made in a timely manner. In 2008, President-elect Obama promoted the upcoming stimulus bill by pushing the idea of getting projects under way quickly. “I think we can get a lot of work done fast,” he said after meeting with governors. “All of them have projects that are shovel ready, that are going to require us to get the money out the door.” When actual construction later proved illusory, he publicly rued a dearth of genuinely shovel-ready projects. Cutting red tape can help unleash shovelers. It is a critical component in any 2018 infrastructure bill. Targeting the Money The third challenge facing congressional lawmakers is how to target federal funding. There is no shortage of targets. The American Society of Civil Engineers issues report cards every four years and its 2017 report once again gave the country a D+ for infrastructure worthiness. The engineers

“Any bill must also streamline the permitting and approval process, getting it down to no more than two years, and perhaps even one.” Donald Trump President of the United States

throw out lots of numbers to substantiate their grading. For example, while they acknowledge that the overall condition of highways is improving and the percentage of deficient bridges is declining, they observe that roadway congestion is increasing. In other words, more traffickways are needed in urban areas. Congestion aside, the more worrisome complaint is that economic growth is being impeded. Here’s just one line from the report: “By 2025, the annual costs imposed on the U.S. economy from deteriorating transportation infrastructure will increase to $238 billion (increasing by $91 billion over 2015 costs) and by 2040, the costs will have increased to $575 billion ($428 billion above 2015 and $337 billion above 2025 costs), with cumulative costs mounting to $1 trillion by 2025, and $3.2 trillion by 2040.” Just call it mindboggling and be done with it. The engineers’ point: The U.S. can and should do better if it wants to continue to grow its economy. But where, specifically, should federal dollars go to complement state and local funds? After the president’s address, CNBC rolled out its top 10 states needing the money. Eight of the 10 states are in the Northeast or Middle Atlantic regions of the country (Mississippi and West Virginia being the only exceptions). Without faulting the summary list, it clearly is not going to go down well among congressional representatives of the 40 states west of the Appalachian Mountains. So the challenge in Congress will be to find a middle ground between pouring the money into the needy Northeast, where millions of auto and rail commuters keep infrastructure in constant need of repair and replacement, and spreading it evenly across the country, with the foreseeable consequence that no state will receive enough federal money to make a dent in its infrastructure needs. Making infrastructure great again will not be easy. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section For more information on crushing, screening and recycling equipment, visit CEG's Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.

Sandvik Pantera DPi Series Drill Rigs Increase Productivity

Sandvik has taken the well-known DPi series surface top hammer drill rigs to a new level with upgrades to their productivity and economy.

Sandvik has taken the wellknown DPi series surface top hammer drill rigs to a new level with upgrades to their productivity and economy. New Sandvik digital technology opens up a whole range of opportunities to be more efficient, to really know how to control the whole drilling process, according to the manufacturer. High Productivity I-series torque control system, together with efficient Sandvik stabilizer rock drills, guarantees continuously high productivity and hole accuracy. Stabilized rock drills HF820T, HL1060T, HL1560T and RD1635CF give optimal drilling performance in

any rock conditions by ensuring hole straightness, easy-to-open couplings and increased lifetime of drilling tools. Sandvik Tools for Drilling Process Improvement The Drillers Office software tool brings the drilling process to a completely new level. Importing a surface model to the program is the beginning. Planning and creating a drilling pattern is easy and fast. Wireless technology allows designs to be transferred to any site around the world. One hole automatics, available as an option, gives full automatic drilling cycle behind one touch button. TIM3D ensures fast and accurate drilling navigation and

improved drilling result with accuracy +/- 4 in. (10 cm). In addition, the drill rig comes with the latest high-tech options, such as the Driller’s Notes. This is a completely new feature that collects drilling data like penetration rates and also allows the operator to add information, such as voids and cavities. Drilling data and operator notes are included in the quality report data. This data can be analyzed with Drillers office software. Reduced Oil and Fuel Consumption To optimize its drilling performance the Pantera DP1100i is now available with a high frequency RD1635CF rock drill

with circulating shank lubrication system (CSL) that guarantees fast and efficient penetration. In CSL oil is circulated through filters and reused, rather than just collected. “The new CSL system reduces shank lubrication oil consumption by up to 70 percent compared to the old system, and increases significantly the life time of coupling sleeves,” said Jarno Viitaniemi, product manager, surface boom drills, Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology. “The drill rig has really been redesigned with economy in mind. It has also been enhanced with a new compressor control system that provides even better fuel efficiency”. The Pantera DPi surface top

hammer drill rigs are intelligent, self-propelled, crawler based surface drill rigs which are designed to be used in quarrying, production drilling as well as wall control and development works. The Pantera DPi drill rig family consists of two models: Pantera DP1100i for hole sizes of 3.5 to 5.5 in. (8.9 to 14 cm) and Pantera DP1500i for hole sizes of 4 to 6 in. (10 to 15.2 cm). Both are available with low fuel-consumption and low-emission Tier III and Tier IV Final engines. For more information, visit www.Sandvik.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Jaw-Crushing Demos Draw a Crowd at World of Concrete There in the Silver Lot sat a Hyundai excavator with a MB Crusher crushing attachment, on top of a large pile of concrete, where a few slabs could be seen with rebar lodged in its center. In front, a Bobcat skid loader with another MB Crusher crushing attachment was parked and ready for some crushing action. Blaring from MB Crusher’s booth, attendees could hear, “Sixteen years ago, we were the first company to innovate crushing attachments to the market. Giving you the ability to crush anywhere your machine will go. MB Crusher has the widest range of crushing and screening attachments worldwide: Unique products, global exposure and exceptional performance for your company.” All over the world, MB Crusher draws crowds to its live crushing demonstrations. World of Concrete 2018 was no different. The company’s Silver Lot booth once again attracted a crowd of exhibition attendees, as it has in past years. “Everyone in the world is trying to save money and time. That’s why we are working hard to show people how easy this concept is. Our crushing attachments are unique, powerful tools. They evolve the way people in the concrete business do business,” said Max Ravazzolo, C.E.O. of MB Crusher

All over the world, MB Crusher draws in crowds of people at its live crushing demonstrations. World of Concrete 2018 was no different.

America Inc. The company performed crushing demonstrations every 20 minutes each day of show week, from Jan. 23 to 26. MB featured its BF80.3 crusher attachment, designed for excavators, and its MB-L140 crusher attachment, designed for skid loaders. At each demo, a sea of phones captured

the jaw crushers munching down on concrete slabs to produce 3-in. minus and .5-in. minus material, respectively to the BF80.3 and MB-L140. “You have to see these crushers in action to judge how they work. They will crush through both reinforced and non-reinforced concrete,” Ravazzolo said. “We often get questions regarding rebar at these shows.

The rebar will come straight out of the machine. Then you can pick up the rebar either manually or with our iron separator.” At its booth, MB Crusher also featured its line of screening attachments; dual head rotary drum cutters; and 360-degree rotation grapples, as well as its iron separator attached to its BF90.3 crushing attachment. The company manufactures an extensive product line to be equipped with a wide range of heavy machinery, regardless of brand. “These crushers will produce reusable material, optimize productivity and eliminate the need to transport material to a thirdparty processing facility. You can save a lot of time and money using one,” Ravazzolo said. According to the company, its crusher buckets will crush down railway sleepers, hollow core walls, natural stone and asphalt into reusable aggregate materials for base or fill. Its screening buckets will sift through mixed material and clean superficial powder from natural stones. For information, call 855-MB-CRUSH or visit mbamerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Arlington National Cemetery Replaces Its Box Screener Arlington National Cemetery, located just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., is the final resting place for many of our fallen heroes. This huge 625-acre cemetery is open to the public and draws crowds from all over the world. Every hour on the hour they have a highly reclaimed ceremony “changing of the guards,”

The Screen USA track-mounted trommel screen is located in the heart of Arlington National Cemetery.

which is a highlight to most tourist visiting the cemetery. Just recently, Arlington National Cemetery had “changing of the screens.” Unbeknown to many, Arlington National Cemetery screens all of the soil that comes in contact with the fallen soldiers’ caskets. Arlington National Cemetery replaced its box screener with a Screen USA

Arlington National Cemetery replaced its box screener with a Screen USA TROM512 track-mounted trommel screen.

TROM512 track-mounted trommel screen. “Of all of the installations I have been involved in over the past 34 years, this was the most memorable,” said Rick Cohen, president of Screen USA. “ I consider myself an extremely patriotic guy and my company Screen USA was extremely fortunate to have been chosen to provide the trommel screen for this job.” The Screen USA trackmounted trommel screen is located in the heart of Arlington National Cemetery. This screener runs a minimum of eight hours a day and provides soil for every fallen hero that is buried. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Montabert USA Adding Power, Size to Heavy Range Hydraulic Breaker Line Montabert’s V7000 have come to love from hydraulic breaker is simiMontabert,” he said. lar to the company’s All of Montabert’s V6500, but is heavier and breakers, including the more powerful for demoV7000, have modern suslition, quarrying, mining pension systems to and excavating applicareduce vibration and tions. It is Montabert’s wear, increasing the lifeslargest breaker to date pan of the machine, with a carrier weight according to the manurange of 70 to 120 tons facturer. (63.5 to 108.8 t), also fea“At Montabert, we turing variable speed always strive to bring the technology to allow for most innovative, reliable more versatility and Montabert’s V7000 hydraulic breaker is its largest breaker solutions to market, to greater productivity, and to date with a carrier weight range of 70 to 120 tons (63.5 make sure our customers fewer moving parts inter- to 108.8 t). can cost-effectively maxnally to reduce mainteimize productivity. The nance costs. Its technology is based on and more powerful. He said Montabert addition of the V7000 only makes us the design of Montabert’s complete has already received numerous more equipped to better serve their requests for a reliable solution from evolving needs,” Giroudon said. breaker lineup. Montabert General Manager existing customers who have been For more information, visit Stephane Giroudon said the V7000 waiting for something more. www.montabertusa.com. “Once the product is available for (This story also can be found on was added to the company’s line because the market is growing in this purchase later this year, they can now Construction Equipment Guide’s websegment and end-users are looking for find comfort in our renowned, site at www.constructionequipmentlarger breakers as carriers get bigger hydraulic breaker technology that they guide.com.)

Atlas Copco’s LH Series Handheld Hydraulic Breakers Demolish Downtime Atlas Copco’s LH series of handheld hydraulic breakers benefits contractors by having relatively high power-toweight ratios and easy operation. This helps crews achieve maximum uptime while taking on a variety of materials, including concrete, asphalt and frozen ground. The breakers’ versatility — coupled with a relatively low cost — also contributes to a fast ROI. The LH 220, the LH 270, and the LH 390 are suited for breaking down tough materials that demand a high powerto-weight ratio. For example, the LH 220 weighs 50 lbs. (22.6 kg) and has an impact rate of up to 1,900 beats per minute. The breakers’ small bodies also make them easy to maneuver and fit in the back of a vehicle. Other attributes of the LH series include: oil flows ranging from 5 to 8 gpm (19 to 30 Lpm); about 30 in. (76 cm) long; and working pressures from 1,523 psi to 1,813 psi. Atlas Copco also offers LH breakers with optional ergonomic vibration-reduction handles. These significantly reduce vibration intensity, allowing operators to use the breakers comfortably for more than 8 hours, according to the manufacturer. “From a contractor’s standpoint, they’re easy to work with and reliable,” said Gus Armbruster, Atlas Copco product manager, handheld construction tools. “They’re also an ideal tool for the rental industry, since they’re easy to own and relatively inexpensive to maintain.”

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Atlas Copco handheld hydraulic breakers range in size from 50 to 72 lbs. (22.6 to 32.6 kg). Their light weight makes them easy to transport, while still packing a high power-to-weight ratio.

Contractors can power LH breakers using a range of equipment, such as an Atlas Copco portable power pack or a carrier’s hydraulic system if it has an oil flow divider to regulate the oil pressure. The power packs operate efficiently and minimize fuel costs because their small engines require minimal fuel. The power packs’ small size also enhances maneuverability and ease of transport. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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BRANDEIS MACHINERY & SUPPLY COMPANY www.brandeismachinery.com Louisville, KY 502-491-4000

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Cleveland, OH 440-439-4000

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ROLAND MACHINERY CO. www.rolandmachinery.com Carterville, IL 618-985-3399

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AIS CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CORP. www.aisequip.com 3600 N. Grand River Ave. Saginaw Lansing, MI 48906 4600 AIS Drive 517-321-8000 Bridgeport, MI 48722 989-777-0090 Grand Rapids 600 44th Street S.W. Traverse City Grand Rapids, MI 49548 8300 M-72 East 616-538-2400 Williamsburg, MI 49690 231-267-5060 Northeast Detroit 65809 Gratiot Avenue West Detroit, MI Lenox, MI 48050 56555 Pontiac Trail 586-727-7502 New Hudson, MI 48165 248-437-8121 800-457-8121

BUTLER MACHINERY CO. www.butlermachinery.com 3402 36th St. SW Fargo, ND 58014 701-280-3100 800-726-7475 3630 Miriam Ave. Bismarck, ND 58501 701-223-0890 2803 I-94 Business Loop E Dickinson, ND 58601 701-456-1400 1201 S. 46 St. Grand Forks, ND 58201 701-775-4238 th

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CENTRAL SERVICE & SUPPLY, INC. www.centralsands.com 4219 E. 50th St. • Des Moines, IA 50317 800-247-2400 • 515-964-8600

PATTEN CAT www.pattencat.com 635 W. Lake Street 5055 South Main St. Elmhurst, IL 60126 Rockford, IL 61102 630-279-4400 815-965-8631 16822 W. Laraway Rd. Joliet, IL 60433 815-726-4248

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Trade Show Portion of Event Provides Networking Opportunities for Guests

Kirby Smith Machinery Inc.

Aspen Equipment Company www.aspenequipment.com

12920 Gravois Road St Louis, MO 63127 314/729-0125

1525 S.E. Cortina Dr. Ankeny, IA 50021 515/965-1000

12321 E. Pine Street Tulsa, OK 74116 918/438-1700

Omaha, NE 68138 402/894-9300

6715 W. Reno Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73127 405/495-7820

1733 Stark St. Davenport, IA 52802 563/514-1772

8320 Ruby Ave. Kansas City, KS 66111 913/850-6300 877/851-5729

Bill Staggs (L) and Josh Doss welcome attendees at the Michigan Cat/MacAllister Rentals booth. MITA from page 18

needed to perform their work and succeed. As an added bonus, many of the courses carried the additional benefit of continuing education credits. The trade show portion of the event was designed to give attendees a chance to engage with representatives from Michigan’s leading equipment,

Cleveland Crane & Shovel Sales, Inc.

Joe Cook (L) and Brian Callaway, both of Pro-Tec Equipment, stand ready to answer guests questions.

product and service providers while learning their latest offerings. Major event sponsors included AIS Construction Equipment Corporation / Contractors Rental Corporation, Alta Equipment Company and Michigan Cat. Established in 2005, the Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation

Association is a statewide organization representing companies involved with Michigan’s road and bridge, sewer and water, utility, railroad, excavation and specialty construction. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Benck Signed in as First Female Chair AED from page 1

just happened to involve construction equipment, and just happened to be almost entirely male. “I worked my entire career to be noticed and respected for what I did and achieved, not for my gender. My father, as well as the rest of my family, learned to see the power of diversity and acknowledge the skills of each individual that was not based on age or gender. “Sometimes we get unexpected gifts in life. On my journey to be perceived as competent as any of the men in the room, has been the reward of setting an example for the women that have and will follow behind me,” Benck said. “There have been many times in my career where another dealer principal, customer or supplier will approach me and I can see the wheels churning in his eyes. The conversation always starts with four simple words…those words are ‘I have a daughter.’ Now what comes next can vary…’would you talk to her’, ‘I didn’t really think about her being in our business until I met you’ but the weight of the meaning behind “I have a daughter” truly knocks me off my feet, and I realize that I have to take seriously my place in breaking down barriers.” Benck’s role with AED takes her to Washington, D.C., regularly to lobby politicians on particular topics that impact the industry, like workforce development/skilled technician shortages, tax issues, but her number one topic is to make sure investments are being made in infrastructure: long term highway bills, railroad investments, water infrastructure and pipelines, which very much effects the success of industry

professionals, dealers and manufacturers. “We are thrilled to have Diane as chairwoman of the association,” AED’s President and CEO Brian P. McGuire said. “Diane has a long history of involvement with AED, serving in many positions on the board. Her invaluable insight and leadership will provide sound guidance in all aspects of our mission to serve as the voice of AED.” West Side has been involved with AED since 1974. AED offers resources on leadership training for the next generation of managers. Several West Side and RCE employees have attended these conferences and seminars. “This industry has done well by our family, and I think it’s important to give back to an industry that has given so much to our businesses,” said Benck. “Not everyone is always willing to step up and give their time towards important issues like making sure we have the right workforce for the future, as well as a regulatory environment that is favorable to our growth as an industry.” Started in 1962, West Side Tractor Sales is a third generation family business in the heavy equipment industry. Fifty five years later, the company now sells and supports John Deere construction equipment in more than 80 counties with 10 full-service locations spanning across Illinois, Indiana and Michigan. For more information, visit www.westsidetractorsales.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

www.craneandshovel.net

Walter Payton Power Equipment LLC www.wppecrane.com

26781 Cannon Road Cleveland, OH 44146 440/439-4749 800/362-8494 aforepaugh@ craneandshovel.net

930 W 138th Street Riverdale, IL 60827 708/656-7700 25210 Brest Road Taylor, MI 48180 734/947-9250 2832 Fitzgerald Rd. Louisville, KY 40216 877/847-3434

Hayden-Murphy Equipment Company

920 S State Road 39 Lebanon, IN 46052 765/482-4145

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3400 Claremont Avenue Evansville, IN 47712 812/422-6912

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Custom Truck & Equipment (RT-T-HC/CC-AT-BT) 7701 Highway 24 Kansas City, MO 64125 800-861-1065 www.cte-equipment.com

For Your Local Terex Dealer Please Contact: Terex USA, LLC 9528 West Interstate 40 Service Rd. Oklahoma City, OK 73128 USA Phone: (877) MY-TEREX email: info.cranes@terex.com web: www.terex.com/cranes


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ARTBA -TDF SeeksNominations for Its 2018 Leader Development Program The American Road & Transportation Builders Eligibility Requirements Association Transportation Development Foundation • Nominees should be ages 30 to 50 and have at least three (ARTBA-TDF) is accepting nominations for its 2018 years of experience in the transportation design and conIndustry Leader Development Program (ILDP), to be held struction industry, have made a significant contribution to the May 14 to 16 in the Nation’s Capital. work of his or her firm, and shown evidence of strong leadThe ILDP and its associated Industry Leader ership potential for the industry. Development Council • To be considered for (ILDC), boasts of nearly 700 admission, candidates must graduates from 200 compabe nominated by a sponsor nies, state contractor chap- The ILDP and its associated Industry and submit a completed ters and public agencies dur- Leader Development Council (ILDC), application form. ing the past 22 years. The immersive, two-and-a-half boasts of nearly 700 graduates from 200 Nomination Process day ILDP provides an underA letter of nomination and standing of industry eco- companies, state contractor chapters and recommendation written by nomics, how transportation a principal of the firm, a senwork in the United States is public agencies during the past 22 years. ior executive within the govfunded and financed, how ernmental agency, or a senactions by the federal govior-level faculty member at ernment impact the industry, and how to become politically the university which employs the applicant must accompany engaged to help shape transportation policy. ILDP fellows each application. also visit with their members of Congress to discuss pending Applications must be received at ARTBA’s offices in transportation investment and policy issues. Washington, D.C., by Monday, April 2. The ILDP is held in conjunction with ARTBA’s annual For more information, call 202/683-1005 or visit Federal Issues Program (FIP) and the Transportation www.artba.org. Construction Coalition (TCC) Fly-In. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Admission to the ILDP is a competitive process. Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Roger Minnich Stepped Out in 1968 With Help From Two Employees MINNICH from page 46

1998 Minnich introduces the first vibrator monitoring system, called the Auto Vibe. The system monitors vibrator speeds during paving. It is first requested by the state of Iowa, but several other states soon follow suit. Over the next few years, Minnich

focuses on developing monitoring systems with advanced features such as data recording. This leads to the Auto Vibe III that not only reads and records vibrator speeds but also controls the individual speed of each vibrator by regulating hydraulic fluid. 2006 The company introduces its own

Minnich introduced the Stinger electric flex shaft concrete vibrator at World of Concrete.

dust collection system for dowel pin drills to help improve operator safety. 2008 Minnich releases its first remotecontrol dowel pin drill. For the operator, this means enhanced visibility and safety. 2010 Minnich introduces The Hornet, a compact, lightweight machine for drilling gas leak detection and extraction holes. 2011 Minnich moves to its current manufacturing facility. The building adds 14,000 sq. ft. to the Minnich operation, allowing for future expansion. 2018 Minnich celebrates its 50th anniversary. For more information, call 419/9030010 or visit www.minnich-mfg.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

BRANDEIS MACHINERY & SUPPLY COMPANY www.brandeismachinery.com 1801 Watterson Tr. Louisville, KY 40299 502/491-4000 Evansville, IN 812/425-4491 Corbin, KY 606/528-3700 Lexington, KY 859/259-3456 Stanville, KY 606/478-9201 Paducah, KY 270/444-8390 Indianapolis, IN 317/872-8410 Ft.Wayne, IN 260/489-4551

BERRY TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT CO. www.berrytractor.com 930 S West St. Wichita, KS 67213 316/943-4246 1750 SW 41st St. Topkea, KS 66609 785/266-9509 3830 W Jones Ave Garden City, KS 67846 620/277-2290 2060 N West Bypass Springfield, MO 65803 417/831-2651

ROAD MACHINERY & SUPPLIES CO. www.rmsequipment.com 5633 W Hwy 13 Savage MN 55378 952/895-9595 800/888-9515 Duluth, MN 218/727-8611 800/888-9535 Virginia MN 218/741-9011 800/752-4304 Des Moines IA 515/282-0404 800/555-1445 Sioux City IA 712/252-0538 800/633-9104 Cedar Rapids IA 319/363-9655 800/616-6615 *NEW LOCATION* East Moline, IL 309-755-7203 800-633-9114

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY & SUPPLY CO., INC. www.roadbuildersmachinery.com 1001 S. 7th St. Kansas City, KS 66105 913/371-3822 Omaha, NE 402/331-9200 Lincoln, NE 402/325-0447 Grand Island, NE 308/384-2620

DIESEL MACHINERY, INC. www.dieselmachinery.com 4301 N. Cliff Avenue Sioux Falls, SD 57104 605/336-0411 800/456-4005 Aberdeen, SD 605/725-4364 888/762-6312 Rapid City, SD 605/348-7438 800/658-3047


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ROLAND MACHINERY CO. www.rolandmachinery.com 816 N. Dirksen Parkway, Springfield, IL 62702 217/789-7711 Bolingbrook, IL 630/739-7474 Carterville, IL 618/985-3399 East Peoria, IL 309/694-3764 Marengo, IL 815/923-4966 Portage, IN 219/764-8080 Escanaba, MI 906/786-6920 Bridgeton, MO 314/291-1330 Cape Girardeau, MO 573/334-5252 Columbia, MO 573/814-0083 Palmyra, MO 573/769-2056 DePere, WI 920/532-0165 DeForest, WI 608/842-4151 Eau Claire, WI 715/874-5400 Franksville, WI 262/835-2710 Schofield, WI 715/355-9898

GENERAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES, INC. www.genequip.com 4300 Main Ave Fargo, ND 58103 800/437-2924 905 20th Avenue SE Minot ND, 58701 800/852-0479 3500 Apple Creek Road Bismarck, ND 58504 800/279-4437 4082 2nd Ave. W Williston, ND 58801 701/572-0570

CONTINENTAL EQUIPMENT CORP. www.ceceq.com 3600 N. Grand River Ave. Lansing, MI 48906 517/321-8000


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Hyundai Adds New All-Around View Monitoring to HL900 Wheel Loaders KENTUCKY DIAMOND EQUIPMENT www.diamondequipment.com Bowling Green 270-781-1061

OHIO CAT www.OhioCAT.com Richwood 888-446-4658

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Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas announced the availability of its all-around view monitoring (AAVM) system for all Hyundai HL900 series wheel loader models. The safety-enhancing system incorporates four cameras to provide a 360-degree-surround virtual operating view of the job site.

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas announced the availability of the Hyundai-exclusive AAVM (allaround view monitoring) system on new factory orders of Hyundai HL900 series wheel loaders, which are available throughout the United States and Canada. The new system was shown publicly for the first time at the 2018 World of Concrete Show in Las Vegas on a Hyundai HL955 wheel loader. AAVM has been available as an option on Hyundai HX series excavators since Oct. 2015. Equipped with four cameras, including one each mounted on the left- and right-side mirrors, one on the front of the cab, and the standard backup camera mounted to the rear hood, the monitoring system provides a 360-degreesurround virtual operating view of the job site. “Safety on the job site is a necessity. Now with the new wheel loader AAVM system on our HL900 series, Hyundai provides owners and opera-

tors a safer solution than other options on the market,” said Corey Rogers, marketing manager, Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas. Included in the AAVM system is the IMOD (intelligent moving object detection) system that senses and warns the operator with onscreen flashing arrows The Hyundai AAVM system provides a and an alarm when objects come variety of views from the cameras within either of two selectable mounted on the machine’s cab, viewon the multi-function, control-clusranges (6.5 ft. [2 m] or 22.9 ft. [7 able ter monitor inside the wheel loader’s m]) of the wheel loader. The cab. image is integrated into the Hyundai seven-inch color touchperformance, convenience, serviceabilscreen cluster-monitor in the cab. ity and, of course, safety,” Rogers said. The AAVM system uses Hyundai’s “The Hyundai edge is the result of proprietary imaging software to display innovation, world-class engineering multiple 3-D and 2-D views of the and manufacturing, and components operator’s working environment, and systems sourced from trusted globincluding a unique bird’s-eye view. al suppliers.” “Exclusive features like AAVM and For more information, visit a long list of standard features are com- www.hceamericas.com. bined on the Hyundai HL900 series (This story also can be found on wheel loaders to give our customers Construction Equipment Guide’s website at what we call ‘the Hyundai edge’ — www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

www.ZieglerCAT.com Minneapolis 800-352-2812 Brainerd 877-829-9850 Buhl 800-446-9795 Columbus 866-982-5656 Crookston 800-422-5782 Duluth 800-421-3831 Fergus Falls 800-346-7649 Jackson 866-847-6401 Marshall 800-325-4929 North Mankato 877-845-3938 Rochester 800-247-1068 Shakopee 800-352-2812 St. Cloud 800-522-9469

MICHIGAN MILLER-BRADFORD & RISBERG, INC. www.miller-bradford.com Negaunee 800-562-9770

OHIO OHIO CAT www.OhioCAT.com Broadview Heights 800-837-6200 Sharonville 800-332-4658 (Sales & Service) 888-736-8440 (Rental) Columbus 888-441-4658 (Sales & Service) 888-736-8441 (Rental) Perrysburg 888-339-4658 (Sales & Service) 888-736-8442 (Rental) Troy 888-330-4658 Youngstown 800-837-6203 Cadiz 800-837-6204 (Sales & Service) 866-639-2283 (Rental) Canton 800-837-6207 (Sales & Service) 888-736-8443 (Rental) Zanesville 800-837-6205 (Sales & Service) 800-209-1331 (Rental) Oakwood Village 800-633-1020

WISCONSIN MILLER-BRADFORD & RISBERG, INC www.miller-bradford.com Sussex 800-242-3115 Deforest 800-585-7219 Eau Claire 800-585-7232 DePere 800-638-7448 Marathon 888-886-4410


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Fleet Intelligence Brings Data Together in One Location

Foresight offers driver behavior data for free to its customers.

Work your equipment …. Work your data, too. That's exactly the way Scottsdale, Ariz., based Foresight Intelligence sees it. Founded in 2010, the company started out as a business software company — a few years later, by “accident,” said Foresight founder and CEO Dale Hanna, the company decided to apply its software expertise to heavy equipment telematics. “We had an equipment dealer close to our office,” said Hanna. “We helped them build a Webbased financial reporting system. Later, the manufacturer associated with that dealer called us and said, 'would you help with all of our dealers?'” Foresight did — for these dealers, the company's business software helped them turn data into useful information from a business standpoint, such as utilization, turnover and availability for parts and financial reporting. Through this, Foresight had become familiar with the heavy equipment industry. Approximately two years ago, Hanna said that he had learned from his equipment dealer clients that mixed fleet heavy equipment owners receive a lot of DTCs, or diagnostic trouble codes, and it was overwhelming them — many manufacturers already install telematics on their machines, but

for contractors who own mixed Called “Fleet Intelligence,” fleets, that means Foresight’s system works telematics inforon both heavy equipment mation comes in that already has telematics from multiple difinstalled on it and on older ferent platforms. equipment with retrofit telematics devices. “As a result, we started developing a telematics tool to help website, Fleet well. Data is transmitted every two equipment ownIntelligence is a minutes by default on most ers handle that Dale Hanna is the founder comprehensive devices, which allows managers to volume of infor- and CEO of Foresight mixed fleet soft- make decisions in real time, and mation by bring- Intelligence. ware solution that shorter transmission intervals can ing it all together interprets data be set. in one place,” said Hanna. from telematics devices, as well as “By aggregating and managing “Contractors were having to go to from other sources. Fleet managers trouble codes, you can act on them five different portals to get their of off-road and on-road vehicles more quickly and doing so can be information — it was never in one can view their entire fleet, regard- the difference between a $2,000 fix place. Because of this, eventually, less of the brand, in one place. The and a $30,000 fix,” said Hanna. they ended up not using the telem- data is live and presented in a useratics systems as much as they friendly way for equipment manFleet Intelligence works on virshould because they had to go to so agers to increase uptime and profit. tually all types of heavy equipmany places to get the information. Foresight Intelligence currently ment, including excavators, dozThey would only get bits and offers six different telematics ers, wheel loaders, backhoes, compieces of it. We decided to help devices. The devices are optimized pact equipment, pavers, milling aggregate this data because we for various types of equipment, machines, compactors and more know how to turn data into useful including light duty vehicles, semi- — even trailers and dump trucks. information.” trucks and heavy equipment. The Growth for Fleet Intelligence Called “Fleet Intelligence,” devices transmit standard data, has been phenomenal since its Foresight's system works on both which includes location, engine inception, according to Hanna. heavy equipment that already has hours or mileage, and in most “It's just something that we are telematics installed on it and on cases the option to receive driver really fascinated about and believe older equipment with retrofit behavior data also is available. that could help people in a major telematics devices. Either way, Foresight offers driver behavior way.” Fleet Intelligence can save equip- data for free to its customers, a The company recently has been ment owners a lot of money, said market value of $100 to $200 per looking to expand. Currently, Hanna. machine per year. Some devices Foresight Intelligence employs According to the company's transmit engine related data as approximately 50 but are looking

to add another 30 employees to its tech-savvy, passionate team to accommodate this growth. “The IOT, or the 'Internet of Things' world is one of the major drivers going forward and can change the world,” Hanna said. “We are very excited and fascinated with this world. We believe a lot of value can be created as a result of it. If you think about Uber and the traditional taxi service, the difference is the telematics, really. The only reason Uber can be organized is because of telematics. We believe that kind of a revolution can happen in the construction business, through smart effective use of that knowledge — that data. We want to be a part of it. That's our driving force. That is why we do what we do.” For more information, visit www.foresightintelligence.com/fle etintelligence. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Kenworth Offers $2,000 Savings to NRMCA Members Kenworth will provide a $2,000 savings to fellow National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) members on qualifying purchases of new Kenworth T880, T880S, W900, T440 or T470 vocational trucks through the association’s Member to Member (M2M) Benefits Program. “Our flagship vocational T880 and other Kenworth vocational trucks offer durability, reliability, low cost of ownership and excellent driver comfort features. We truly value our partnerships with ready mix concrete fleets and truck operators that purchase Kenworth trucks. Kenworth’s cooperative program with NRMCA offers customers a $2,000 savings in 2018,” said Kurt Swihart, Kenworth marketing director. “We also have added the new Kenworth T880S to this year’s program. The T880S is ideal for this market and is a natural choice for vocational operators in bridge formula states.” To qualify, orders must retail in 2018. Both new stock and special order vehicles qualify. Buyers must show their NRMCA membership card to their Kenworth dealer at time of purchase. Limit for a single customer is five qualifying Kenworth trucks per year. Other limitations apply on the Kenworth rebate program. NRMCA is in its 88th year of representing the producers of ready mixed concrete and the companies that provide materials, equipment and support to the industry. It conducts education, training, promotion, research, engineering, safety, environmental, technological, lobbying and regulatory programs. For more information, visit www.nrmca.org or www.kenworth.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Kenworth will provide a $2,000 savings to fellow National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) members on qualifying purchases of new Kenworth T880, pictured here in a dump application, plus the Kenworth T880S, W900, T440 or T470 vocational trucks through the association’s Member to Member (M2M) Benefits Program.

NTEA: The Role of GVWR, GCWR in Specifying Work Trucks By Bob Raybuck DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL SERVICES, NTEA

Often, GVWR and gross vehicle weight (GVW) are thought to be the same, but they are not. A truck’s GVWR is the maximum weight rating established by the chassis manufacturer. GVW is the total weight of the truck and payload at a point in time. There’s a common misconception that a truck’s GVWR is determined by adding gross axle weight ratings (GAWRs) together for all axles. Although this was a com-

mon way of calculating GVWR many years ago, it’s no longer an accurate method. The chassis manufacturer task of establishing a vehicle GVWR is much more difficult today due to advancement of safety system standards and how vehicles meet these requirements. This is why many trucks have a GVWR much lower than the combined axle ratings. It is not uncommon for a truck with a GVWR of 19,500 lbs. to have a front axle rated at 7,500 lbs. and a rear axle rated at

14,700 lbs. Safety standards that apply to braking, vehicle stability and chassis manufacturer internal standards for durability, dynamic stability and handling can restrict GVWR even though the sum of the axle ratings exceeds 22,000 pounds. In this instance, the OEM set the GVWR at 19,500 lbs. based on test results and vehicle dynamic performance to ensure a safe, reliable truck. A specific vehicle’s GCWR is based on parameters established by chassis manufacturers. The manufacturer makes an

assessment in accordance with SAE International test protocols, determining maximum GCWR. Additionally, the OEM runs stringent tests based on internal requirements, which may include testing total GCWR braking capability using only the towing vehicle chassis braking system. GCWR is the total weight of the truck pulling the trailer and the trailer itself. The truck chassis dictates proper GCWR for safe operation of the combination truck and trailer. see NTEA page 80


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Volvo Introduces New LED Headlights for VHD Series Volvo Trucks North America debuted new LED headlights for Volvo VHD series vocational trucks at World of Concrete 2018. The new LED headlights will be offered as standard equipment on the VHD 300 daycab and VHD 400 regional sleeper models to help reduce eye strain, increase visibility and improve safety on roads and job sites. The new headlights also provide an estimated 10,000 operating hours, ten times greater than previous incandescent headlights. “Our decision to make the new Volvo VHD series LED headlights standard was based on our longstanding commitment to safety,” said John Felder, Volvo Trucks North America product marketing manager — vocational trucks. “Job sites and roadways are unpredictable and professional drivers can benefit from improved nighttime visibility.” LED headlights mark the latest enhancement to the VHD series, which recently received a new interior to further enhance driver comfort and productivity, including all-LED interior lighting. For more information, visit www.volvotrucks.us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Volvo Trucks North America debuted LED headlights as standard equipment for the Volvo VHD series. The new LED headlights help reduce eye strain, increase visibility and improve safety on roads and job sites.

Mack Offers Online Configurator for Granite, Granite MHD Mack Trucks recently launched the Mack Trucks Configurator, a new online tool that enables customers to build and customize Mack Granite and Granite MHD models virtually to see which specs are most effective for their applications. “The Mack Trucks Configurator presents customers with recommended specs for seven Granite applications, plus six more for the Granite MHD,” said Tim Wrinkle, Mack construction product manager. “Customers can then tailor several spec options to create a truck that best fits their specific needs.” Applications covered include tractors, concrete mixers and dumps, as well as rear loaders and roll offs for refuse. Once an

application is selected, customers can select exterior, interior and chassis components, along with engine, transmission and axle choices. A 360-degree view of the exterior lets customers see their choices first hand. Once complete, customers have the option to send the configuration to their local Mack dealer for additional information and quoting. The shared configuration also is streamlined with Mack’s sales quote and ordering system, allowing customers to easily receive a quote on a new Mack Granite or Granite MHD model quicker than ever. “The Mack Trucks Configurator is the most comprehensive online configurator in the industry,” said Wrinkle. “With the avail-

able option to send a configuration directly to a dealer, we’re making it easier to see the benefits Mack Granite models can bring to their business.” Available in axle forward or axle back configurations, the versatile Granite model can be spec’d for a wide variety of construction tasks, including dump and concrete mixer applications. The Granite model also can be found in the refuse segment as a rearloader or roll off, while municipal customers depend on Granite models for plow applications. For heavy-haul or logging applications, the Granite model can be spec’d as a tractor with heavy-duty upgrades. Customers seeking heavy-duty durability

in a lighter weight class can turn to the Mack Granite MHD model, which is weight optimized and can be configured as a Class 7 or Class 8 vehicle. Additional Mack models will be added to the Mack Trucks Configurator in the future, along with new tools and options for customization. The Mack Trucks Configurator is available to the public and can be found at http://build.macktrucks.com. For more information, visit www.macktrucks.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Farm-Rite Equipment Inc. Dassel 901 Parker Ave West PO Box 26 Dassel, MN 55325 320-275-2737 Toll Free: 888-679-4857 Willmar 1515 West litchfield Ave. Willmar, MN 56201 Toll Free: 877-484-3211 320-235-3672 St. Cloud 810 Mayhew Lake Rd. NE St. Cloud, MN 56304 Toll Free: 844-262-2281 320-240-2085 www.farmriteequip.com

McCann Industries, Inc. Addison 543 South Rohlwing Road Addison, IL 60101 630-627-0000 Bolingbrook 250 E. North Frontage Road Bolingbrook, IL 60440 630-739-7770 Chicago 2350 South Laflin Street Chicago, IL 60608 312-942-9200 Crestwood 4701 West 137th Street Crestwood, IL 60445 708-597-3110 McHenry 4102 W. Crystal Lake Road McHenry, IL 60050 815-385-0420 Schererville 1133 Indianapolis Boulevard Schererville, IN 46375 219-865-6545 Wauconda 1360 North Rand Road Wauconda, IL 60084 847-526-9444 www.McCannOnline.com

Diamond Equipment, Inc. Indiana 1060 E. Diamond Ave. Evansville, IN 47711 Toll Free: 800-258-4428 812-425-4428 2000 Harlan Drive Terre Haute, IN 47802 Toll Free: 888-343-4747 812- 299-4747 Illinois 17035 N. Illinois Hwy. 37 Mt. Vernon, IL 62864 Toll Free: 800-388-6396 618- 242-2273 Kentucky 1046 Lovers Lane Bowling Green, KY 42103 Toll Free: 800-489-1061 270-781-1061 Tennessee 1530 Heil Quaker Blvd. La Vergne, TN 37086 Toll Free: 800-635-9454 615-641-1100 www.diamondequipment.com

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Consider Three Key Aspects to Assess CDL Requirements NTEA from page 77

When end users and fleets are looking to either purchase or specify the proper chassis for their needs, different driver qualifications and regulations are part of the process. A key driver qualification is the commercial driver’s license rule, better known as CDL. Many fleets prefer to specify their chassis in a way that allows drivers without a CDL license to operate their vehicles. Federal CDL requirements help clarify what’s considered a non-CDL truck and how GVWR comes into play. Each individual state may have more stringent CDL licensing requirements. However, every state must follow federal requirements as a baseline. One element in federal CDL operator requirements is a vehicle’s GVWR. The federal requirement specifies that, when a vehicle has a GVWR of 26,000 lbs. or less, the operator does not need a CDL

license. However, this does not mean the truck GVW can be loaded above the GVWR of 26,000 lbs. and operated by a nonCDL driver. Federal requirements state the GVW must, in addition, be 26,000 lbs. or less. CDL requirements become more confusing when the vehicle is towing a trailer. There are three key aspects to consider when assessing CDL operator requirements for commercial work trucks involved in towing a trailer: truck GVWR, trailer GVWR and GCWR of the trucktrailer combination. Trailer GVWR is most critical to determining when a CDL is required. When a trailer has a GVWR of 10,001 lbs. or more and the combined GCWR of the truck and trailer is 26,001 lbs. or more, a CDL is required by the operator. For example, if a trailer has a GVWR of 11,500 lbs. and is towed by a truck with a GVWR of 15,000 lbs., resulting in a GCWR of

26,500 lbs., then the operator must have a CDL. In contrast, when the trailer in the truck-trailer combination has a GVWR of 10,000 lbs. or less, the CDL requirements allow for a greater GCWR for both the truck and trailer without requiring a CDL license. For example, a truck with a GVWR of 26,000 lbs. or less can tow a trailer with a GVWR of 10,000 lbs. or less and not require the operator to have a CDL under federal requirements. However, CDL requirements mandate that the truck and trailer GVW not exceed 26,000 lbs. and 10,000 lbs., respectively. In short, the truck and trailer cannot be overloaded. When determining the truck and trailer combination(s) that end customers or fleets want, it’s important to understand which combination(s) will require a CDL or know how to specify and load trucks and trailers properly to remain within CDL weight limitations. There’s a common perception

that a truck’s original GVWR can be changed to avoid CDL requirements. Even though there are provisions in the vehicle certification rules that allow the company finishing the new incomplete vehicle (final-stage manufacturer) to determine the vehicle’s final GVWR, the final-stage manufacturer is typically reluctant to make changes to the original GVWR without guidance from the incomplete vehicle manufacturer. Many incomplete medium-duty vehicle manufacturers include GVWR information as part of the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) coding in the vehicle description section (4–8) and, therefore, will not change an incomplete vehicle’s GVWR after it is manufactured as the VIN would need to be updated. Many incomplete vehicle OEMs will provide guidance about changing GVWR for a VIN-specific new incomplete chassis through their dealer network; how-

ever, they make the final-stage manufacturer the responsible party. Many times, altering GVWR requires changing key components (such as tires, suspensions or even axles). If a company claims it can change GVWR, consider asking about the organization’s approach to testing, engineering analysis and certification documentation to ensure ongoing compliance. As a company or fleet, you’re placing your employees in these vehicles. It is very important to company wellbeing and employee safety to make sure the trucks you purchase are designed for their intended purposes and GVWR and GCWR are specified properly for safe, efficient operation. For more information, visit ntea.com.

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Isuzu FTR Competes in Acceleration, Braking, Maneuverability, Fuel Economy

AIS Construction Equipment Corporation www.aisequip.com 3600 North Grand River Avenue Lansing, MI 48906 517-321-8000 600 44th Street S.W. Grand Rapids, MI 49548 616-538-2400 65809 Gratiot Avenue Lenox, MI 48050 586-727-7502 4600 AIS Drive P.O. Box 253 Bridgeport, MI 48722 989-777-0090 8300 M-72 East Williamsburg, MI 49690 231-267-5060 56555 Pontiac Trail New Hudson, MI 48165 248-437-8121

Pro Formance Group Inc. (PFG) in Chandler, Ariz., pitted the Isuzu against five of its top competitors in five areas important to owners and operators of Class 6 trucks.

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc. has announced the results of independent testing of its all-new FTR. The testing pitted the Isuzu against five of its top competitors in five areas important to owners and operators of Class 6 trucks. “When we introduced the FTR last spring, some naysayers thought a four-cylinder Class 6 truck could never compete with the six-cylinder models you typically find in this segment,” said Shaun Skinner, president of Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc. “But the results demonstrate that the FTR exceeds expectations against the top vehicles in its class — and beats them all for maneuverability and fuel economy.” The tests were conducted by Pro Formance Group Inc. (PFG) in Chandler, Ariz., and the results were certified by the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA). The testing consisted of the following: • Acceleration (0–20, 0–30, 0–40, 0–50, 0–60 and 30–50 mph) • Braking (55–0 and 30–0 mph) • Measured turning radius • Time and speed on two separate hill climbs • Fuel economy (measured on both a 198.7-mi. mountain route and a 120.7-mile city route with 24 “delivery stops”) The testing methods were designed by PFG to emphasize consistency and repeatability of results. In addition to SCCA — which sanctioned, observed and validated all testing procedures — PFG engaged Trivinci Systems of Ashburn, Va., to provide all instrumentation and an engineer to capture, record and analyze all data during testing. Fuel Economy: has been one of Isuzu’s strengths since its entry in the market more than 30 years ago — and the FTR reinforced Isuzu’s reputation for efficiency. The new Class 6 truck placed first on the mountain route and in stop-and-go

city driving. Acceleration: In acceleration testing, the Isuzu FTR consistently placed in the middle of the pack, due to a 5.2-L turbocharged, four-cylinder engine that generates 215 hp and 520 lbs.-ft. of torque. Braking: The FTR performed admirably in braking evaluations, where it averaged a 55–0 mph distance of 180 ft. and a 30–0 mph distance of only 53 ft. Hill Climb: Two hill-climb tests measured time and speed to altitude. From 3,520 to 4,500 ft., the FTR averaged a time of 05:15.97 minutes at a maximum speed of 34.6 mph, and averaged 02:23.69 minutes at a maximum speed of 35.1 mph from 2,180 to 2,600 feet. Maneuverability: In maneuverability testing, the FTR was the clear winner, with a measured curb-to-curb turning diameter of 49.0833 ft., beating the second-place finisher by more than 1.79 ft. — and the last-place competitor by nearly 20 ft. This allows the FTR to carry a 24-ft. dry freight box on a wheelbase of only 212 in. — while four of the other five vehicles tested required wheelbases of more than 250 in. “We’re thrilled with the results of these tests, which were conducted independently, verified and certified,” said Skinner. “All of the trucks did well in some of the tests, and the FTR did well across the board. That validates our belief that FTR is the best overall choice for the Class 6 market of today and tomorrow. It offers the right combination of performance, maneuverability, dependability, efficiency and low cost of ownership. “It’s the complete package.” For more information, call 866/441-9638 or visit www.isuzucv.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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BusinessCalendar To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com. OREGON LOGGING CONFERENCE (OLC) The Oregon Logging Conference Foundation is taking a pro-active step toward addressing the need for attracting a younger generation of workers into the logging and forestry industry. Future Forestry Workers Day is planned to take place on Friday, February 23, 2018 at the Oregon Logging Conference in Eugene, OR. DATE: Friday, February 23, 2018 PLACE: Oregon Logging Conference, Eugene, Oregon This one-day on-site visit will expose high school students to the logging and forestry industry. There are career opportunities available now, for those both with and without a college degree. This program is an opportunity for students to touch, see, climb on, and sit in the seats at the largest static logging, trucking, and construction equipment show in the U.S. The plan calls for students to arrive at the OLC at 9 AM and to receive a selfguided map for hands-on visits to equipment displays and other informational booths. The visit would conclude with a hosted lunch and additional industry information presented. The students would also be invited to return to OLC the following day (Family Day) and bring their families and friends to learn more about the timber industry. Students who attend this hands-on career day at OLC will also be given information about the Pacific Logging Congress’, 8th Annual in the Woods Show, taking place in September 2018 on the Oregon State University Research Forest in Corvallis, OR. This event will offer a follow-up, up close and personal opportunity for students to learn about job opportunities in the logging and forestry industry. For more information about Future Forestry Workers, contact OLC Manager Rikki Wellman at 541/686-9191. NATIONAL DEMOLITION ASSOCIATION First Annual Live DEMOLITION Event DATE: FEBRUARY 22-24, 2018 PLACE: AUSTIN CONVENTION CENTER, AUSTIN, TEXAS Be the First to Test the Latest Demolition Equipment at Demolition Austin. Demolition Austin will host nearly 1,000 demolition professionals from across the nation at the Live DEMOlition Event. Beat your competition – be the first to test to concrete processing, material handling, and robotics equipment from top industry suppliers. Attendance is included with your Demolition Austin full convention registration. Visit the NDA Website to register and learn more about the Live DEMOlition Event. Bring your family. In addition to the equipment demonstrations, the Live DEMOlition Event will include breakfast and opportunities to tour the Exotic Game Ranch. Bring your children and spouses so they can have their own adventure with the more than 2,000 mammals, reptiles, and birds on the ranch. Tours will take place throughout the day, with the last one at 11:00 AM. Visit the NDA website for all convention details and to make your hotel reservation. The deadline to secure the NDA rate is Monday, January 29. We look forward to seeing you in Austin! For more information, contact National Demolition Association at 202/367-1152; Toll Free: 800/541-2412; Fax: 202/367-2152; Email: info@demolitionassociation.com.

Associated General Contractors of Minnesota (AGC of MN) The 99th Annual AGC CONVENTION is celebrating 100 Years of Construction DATES: FEBRUARY 26 to 28, 2018 PLACE: New Orleans, Louisiana Support the Boogie Woogie Bugle Bash during AGC’s Annual Convention! Make sure to check out Sponsorship Opportunities for the Boogie Woogie Bugle Bash presented by the Consulting Constructors’ Council benefiting the AGC Education and Research Foundation. This yearly event serves the foundation in its efforts to award scholarships to construction management and engineering students to help with the ever-rising cost of college tuition. Convention details and registration are available. For more information, contact AGC of MN, Denise Woods. Telephone: 651/632-8929; Address: AGC of MN, 525 Park Street, Suite #110, St. Paul, MN 55103; Email: dwoods@agcmn.org; website: http://www.agcmn.org. Associated General Contractors of America AGC of America AGC Sponsorship The 99th Annual AGC Convention DATES: FEBRUARY 26 to 28, 2018 PLACE: Hyatt Regency, New Orleans, Louisiana COUNTDOWN: 109 Days Until The AGC Annual Convention Sponsorship Deadline: January 19, 2018 For more information: Telephone: 703/548-3118; Fax: 703/548-3119; Email: info@agc.org

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National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) The Work Truck Show Date: March 6 – 9, 2018 Place: Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN Sessions begin March 6. Exhibit Hall Opens March 7 – 9. National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA). The Association for the Work Truck Industry represents more than 1,950 companies that manufacture, distribute, install, sell and repair commercial trucks. NTEA is a leading provider of education and training for the work truck industry. Attend a conference. Learn online. Get technical training at your location. UPCOMING EVENTS: • The Work Truck Show – North America’s largest work truck event featuring the newest industry products, education and training, and solutions to your unique business challenges. Date: March 6 – 9, 2018. Place: Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN • Green Truck Summit – Held in conjunction with The Work Truck Show, the Summit is the industry’s premier alternative fuels conference, delivering the latest on clean energy innovations for commercial vehicles. The Work Truck Show is March 6 – 9, 2018, at the Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN. Educational sessions begin March 6, and the Exhibit Hall is open March 7 – 9. Register and book your room at worktruckshow.com. For more information or questions on these events, contact the NTEA team (800/441-6832 or info@ntea.com).

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If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. Inappropriate or Sale Ads will be Deleted WANTED: MCCLOSKEY AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT, ALL MODELS. EMAIL: LHEFF.SMS@GMAIL.COM WANTED - 1/2" DRUM FOR TOPSOIL FOR MCCLOSKEY SCREEN 512RG TROMMELL SCREEN. CONTACT JOHN PH: 610-497-2012 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HEIL 1040 TRAILER EMAIL: WSPSHOP@WSPINC.NET PHONE: 623-434-5050 LOOKING FOR SOIL STABILIZING AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. PNEUMATIC TRAILERS, 6X6 WATER TRUCKS, SPREADER TRUCKS, ETC. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: POWERSCREEN AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT, ALL MODELS EMAIL: SALES@RREQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 803-416-5200 WANT TO BUY YOUR USED AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT. ALL MAKES. ALL MODELS. ALL CONDITIONS. SEND PHOTOS, INFORMATION. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 623K SCRAPERS EMAIL: WEBEREQUIPMENT@ BIGPOND.COM WANTED 623K FOR AUSTRALIA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CASE 450C CRAWLER DOZERS EMAIL: CMESALES@BVU.NET PHONE: 276-608-1507 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 310SG BACKHOE LOADER. NEED MAIN BOOM REPLACEMENT ON THE BACKHOE. IN US ONLY. EMAIL: MIKE@TETREAULTINC.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 330C LC. NEED HOUSE TUG, REMOTE TRAX AND PLATYPUS OR TRANSLIFT. MANUFACTURED HOUSE MOVING EQUIPMENT. WILL CONFER PURCHASE OR LEASE. IN US ONLY. EMAIL: LOBUCAK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: TRACKMOBILE 4000TM. NEED HOUSE TUG, REMOTE TRAX AND PLATYPUS OR TRANSLIFT. MANUFACTURED HOUSE MOVING EQUIPMENT. WILL CONFER PURCHASE OR LEASE. IN US ONLY. EMAIL: LOBUCAK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BOMAG BW 75 S COMPACTION EQUIPMENT EMAIL: BLOVIO@CORRADO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LINCOLN SA-200 WELDER. IN USA ONLY. CONTACT: JIM BAKER EMAIL: JIMBAKER@BENTON COUNTYCABLE.NET PHONE: 931-264-0274 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LIPPMANN 42X48, AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT LIPPMAN 4248 IMPACTOR BARE OR PORTABLE CONTACT JOE BY EMAIL: FJS-1@ATT.NET OR PHONE: 724-944-5569 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: KUBOTA L295DT OR L2950 GST BACKHOE LOADERS EMAIL: JIMRUDIS@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU D475A-5 CRAWLER DOZERS WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY KOMATSU D475A-5, D375A-5, D375A-3. WE PREFER TO BUY FROM END USER AND NOT A BROKER. CONTACT TONY BY EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@PACIFICCRANES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ATLAS COPCO DM30 DRILLS WE ARE LOOKING ATLAS COPCO DM30 BLAST HOLE DRILL. PREFER TO BUY FROM END USER AND NOT A BROKER. CONTACT TONY BY EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@PACIFICCRANES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR CRAWLER DOZERS, ALL MODELS. NEED 12 MONTHS BULLDOZER D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 155 275 375 475 ALL UNITS ENV CAB WITH RIPPER, 2014 AND UP, UNDER 3500 HOURS. ONLY USER CONTRACTORS. I WORK BY EMAIL ONLY: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LOOKING TO PURCHASE STEEL CASE BATTERIES/ELECTRIC FORK LIFT BATTERIES. I WILL PAY YOU TOP DOLLAR AND CASH ON THE SPOT WITHIN 50 MILES OF MY LOCATION. MINIMUM QTY (5) MAX (10) TRUCK LOADS AT A TIME. WE ARE THE LARGEST SCRAP STEEL CASE BUYERS IN NORTH AMERICA. WE OFFER FREE PICKUP ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. AND CANADA. CONTACT: ROBERT COOPER. CALL 346-932-2525 OR 346-932-2525 OR EMAIL RCOOPER.TWS@GMAIL.COM. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: NEEDED TRUCK 777F 777G. MUST BE UNADVERTISED FROM MINING DIRECTLY OR EXCAVATOR GOOD PRICE. CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PH: 450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: I AM LOOKING TO BUY ANY HEAVY EQUIPMENT AT A REASONABLE PRICE. CONTACT: JOE (PH: (570-250-5559) EMAIL: JDMACHINERYSALES@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CAT 637D LOOKING FOR CONTRACTOR OWNED CAT 637D SCRAPERS...LOCATED IN WESTERN USA. CALL 360-551-9778. CONTACT: DALE LAMPHERE PH: 360-551-9778 EMAIL: DALE.SALES.HEH@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU D375A-5, D375A-6 WILL BUY YOUR USED KOMATSU DOZER IN GOOD CONDITION, READY TO WORK, YEARS: 2004-2015 CONTACT: ANASTASIA PH: +7-967-85-38-377 EMAIL: VED@TORION.PRO ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADER 140G IF YOU HAVE FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: NAQIB KHAN PH: 0-333-329-8751 EMAIL: NAQIB_KHAN73@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HARVESTER VOLVO 210/240BF OR KOMATSU PC200 NEED HARVESTER VOLVO 210BF OR 240BF, OR KOMATSU PC200 WITH WORKING HOURS UP TO 15,000 M/H. CONTACT: INNA EMAIL: INFO@TORION.PRO –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR D8N AND 14H I AM LOOKING TO BUY CAT DOZER D8N WITH RIPPER AND CAT GRADER 14H 1997 TO 2001 WITH RIPPER. IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: ABDAL HAJI SALEEM PH: 415-687-0337 EMAIL: HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HYDRAULIC THUMB WITH VALVES AND CONTROLS TO FIT CAT 225 EXCAVATOR OR PARTS EXCAVATOR WITH THUMB CONTACT: MARTY LONG PH: 704-842-2710 EMAIL: MARTINLONG@BELLSOUTH.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: PUMP FOR BACKHOE WANTED A USED MAIN PUMP FOR KOMATSU BACKHOE, MODEL PC 30, ENGINE 3D84-1B, SERIAL 2084, ENGINE NUMBER 03630, DISPLACEMENT 1.413 L, 12 SPLINE. THE PUMP I WANT IS AN ADD ON REPLACEMENT PUMP OPERATED VIA A CHAIN. I’M IN PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES. PLS CALL ME. CONTACT: KURT DOLVIN PH: 999-834-2332 EMAIL: KKURTTDDOLVINN@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BUCYRUS ERIE 15-B CRANE OR HOE. WE PREFER PHONE CALLS THANK YOU. CONTACT: BOB CARTER PH: 610-377-0372 EMAIL: WEB@CEGLTD.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SCRAP COPPER WIRE I PURCHASE SCRAP COPPER WIRE, ALL MCM SERIES UNDERGROUND ETC. ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. I WILL PAY TOP DOLLAR CONTACT: ROBERT COOPER PH: 979-341-9006 EMAIL: RCOOPER.TWS@GMAIL.COM FAX: 979-341-9006 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED TO BUY CAT 325DL EXCAVATOR WITH GOOD U/C AND CLEAN MACHINE. PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: ABDAL HAJI SALEEM PH: 415-687-0337 EMAIL: HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: USED K-TEC 1228 SCRAPER. CONTACT: MIKE SUMMERS PH: 216-316-0882 EMAIL: DANDMEARTHMOVING@AOL.COM FAX: 440-965-4187 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HYDRAULIC THUMB WITH VALVES AND CONTROLS TO FIT CAT 2250 EXCAVATOR CONTACT: MART LONG PH: 704-842-2710 EMAIL: MARTINLONG@BELLSOUTH.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: NEEDED BULLDOZER D10R AND TRUCK 777G UNADVERTISED CONTRACTOR ONLY CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PH: 450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: MANUALS, CATALOGUES, DIAGRAMS OF GLEASON PAUFTER PE 80 HOBBING MACHINE WE HAVE PURCHASED A USED GEAR HOBBING MACHINE FROM FORD MOTOR CO, SHARONVILLE, OHIO THROUGH A DEALER. UNFORTUNATELY WE DID NOT GET ANY OF THE MACHINE MANUALS WITH IT. THE MACHINE IS PAUFTER PE 80, YOM 1999, SR NO 28577 ELECTRIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 702A -44155 HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM. 702A-46277 PNEUMATIC DIAGRAM. 702A-44151 LUBRICATION DIAGRAM. 702A -44153 CONTACT: SUNIL UNDE PH: 982-302-9083 EMAIL: UNDEANCILS@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: EAGLE 1000/UM15 CRUSHER EAGLE 1000 OPEN CIRCUIT OR BARE UM15 OR UM25 CRUSHER CONTACT: JOE PH: 724-944-5569 EMAIL: FJS-1@ATT.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: NEEDED BULLDOZER NEEDED BULLDOZER KOMATSU 51PX 23 ENC CAB 28 INCHES AS DES 2016 AND UP UNDER 600 HOURS UNADVERTISED USER USA AND D11T ENC CAB 2016 UNDER 6000 HOURS USER UNADVERTISED OR PAST THANKS CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PH: 450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: 450 CASE LOADER TRACK PARTS TRACK PADS 450 CASE LOADER CONTACT: ALEC TODD PH: 864-710-0447 EMAIL: TODDJAT@BELLSOUTH.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ATTACHMENTS INTERNATIONAL 140BM ASPHALT CUTTER CONTACT: AMANDA HANSON PH: 218-331-8597 EMAIL: KMANDA27@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ANTIQUE & VINTAGE FARM TRACTORS RUNNING OR NOT. WILL PAY CASH ON THE SPOT FROM $500-$3000 DEPENDING ON THE YEAR, MAKE, MODEL AND

CONDITION. I'M LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING YEARS 1930’S-1950'S AND THE FOLLOWING MANUFACTURERS: HI, JOHN DEERE, MINNEAPOLIS, COCKSHUTT, FORD, OLIVER, FARMALL, ALL IS CHALMERS, CASE, SILVERKING, INTERNATIONAL, WD, CAT, HEFTY, MASSEY FERGUSON, MCCORMICKDEERING AND MANY OTHERS. I WILL PURCHASE ANYWHERE IN NORTH AMERICA CONTACT: ROBERT COOPER PH: 979-341-9006 EMAIL: SALES.TWS@OUTLOOK.COM FAX: 979-341-9006 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 110 TLB I'M LOOKING FOR A LATE MODEL IN VERY NICE SHAPE UNDER 1K HOURS WITH AUX HYDRAULICS FRONT AND REAR. A 4 IN 1 BUCKET AND A THUMB WOULD EXTRA NICE. CONTACT: KEN FAINT EMAIL: KFAINT@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 544J OR LARGER • 2005-2007 JOHN DEERE 544 J WHEEL LOADER CONTACT: PATRICK J. BUGGY PH: 970-497-8221 EMAIL: PBUGGY@SJCCO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: DEERE 644K 4 YD BUCKET DEERE 644K 4.0 YD GP BUCKET CONTACT: FRANK @ GROFF TRACTOR PH: 800-33-GROFF EMAIL: FRANKHORAN@ GROFFTRACTOR.COM FAX: 732-780-3618 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WE BUY EQUIPMENT MANUALS • WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT OF ALL SORTS, BUT NOT INCLUDED TRUCKS AND VEHICLES. WE PREFER IN BULK, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU HAVE NOT SOLD. PERHAPS AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL US AT 270-849-2270 OR EMAIL US. CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PH: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SCRAP/ BROKEN CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY I AM LOOKING FOR SCRAP/ BROKEN CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY. IF YOU HAVE 1 OR 1000 PIECES I WILL PURCHASE AND THE PICKUPS ARE FREE. BACK HOES, LOADERS, EXCAVATORS, FORKLIFTS, CRANES, SKID STEERS, CONVEYORS, PLUS MANY MORE! I WILL PICK UP ANYWHERE IN NORTH AMERICA. ALL I NEED ARE PHOTOS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF YOUR MACHINES. I AM CURRENTLY PAYING $60.00 PER TON ON ALL UNPREPARED STEEL. CONTACT ME ANY TIME. THE BEST WAY TO REACH ME IS BY PHONE; MY EMAIL IS NOT ALWAYS

WORKING. CONTACT: ROBERT COOPER PH: 979-341-9006 EMAIL: CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENT4LESS@ GMAIL.COM FAX: 979-341-9006 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: AG & CONSTRUCTION MANUALS BUYING NEW OR USED CONSTRUCTION AND AGRICULTURE SERVICE, PARTS AND OPERATOR MANUALS. IF YOU HAVE MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED OR PERHAPS YOU NO LONGER HAVE THAT MACHINE FOR THAT CERTAIN MANUAL, PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. I BUY LARGE AND SMALL LOTS OF MANUALS. CONTACT: JOHN WHITNEY PH: 530-864-0771 EMAIL: WHITNEYJ65@YAHOO.COM FAX: 530-864-0771 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: DRESSER 200 TRAC LOADER RUNNING OR NOT - FOR PARTS CONTACT: STANLEY FELLS PH: 785-257-3360 EMAIL: SFELLS@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: REAR AXLE I AM LOOKING FOR A COMPLETE REAR AXLE ASSEMBLY FOR A HYUNDAI HL 757-7 SN LD0110229. IT IS A VOLVO AXLE OEM REAR AXLE PN 81LD-20010 SUPERCEDING # 81LD-20011 DIFFERENTIAL CARRIER PN XKBQ-00476 HOUSING CASTING PN 7126-24100. WOULD BE ALSO OK WITH CONVENTIONAL OR LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL. PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE ANY OPTIONS AVAILABLE OR IF THERE IS ANY OTHER INFORMATION YOU MAY NEED. CONTACT: DON L. PH: 585-584-3425 EMAIL: DONL@GEORGEANDSWEDE.COM FAX: 585-584-8290 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CAT D5B LGP CAT D5B LGP MODEL CONTACT: MOLAI PH: 630-379-9175 EMAIL: MANSOOR.MOLAI@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: STEEL END DUMP TRAILER OLDER MODEL 25 TO 35 FT END DUMP TRAILER STEEL TANDEM OR TRI, USED CONDITION FINE CONTACT: CHRIS BAREFOOT (PH: 919-622-0160) EMAIL: TLCWORKSINC@GMAIL.COM FAX: 919-207-0571 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: APE 200-6 APE 200-6 – VIBRATORY HAMMER AND POWERPACK WITH 11’ CASSION BEAM APPROX. WITH DUAL CLAMPS TO INSTALL AND EXTRACT ROUND STEEL CASING CONTACT: COLLEEN DOUTY (PH: 214-226-6867) EMAIL: CDOUTY@OVERLANDCORPORATION.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


Page 90 • February 10, 2018 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Orlando (Kissimmee), FL February 3 – 11, 2018 For: 25th Anniversary! Greatest Sale of the Year!

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• Dallas (Ft. Worth), TX Wed., March 14, 2018 For: Very Late Model Rentals JD, Cat, Komatsu

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• Sacramento, CA Sat., February 10, 2018 For: Public Auction

• Las Vegas, NV Sat., March 17, 2018 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment & more • Spartanburg, SC Thurs., March 22, 2018 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Montreal, Canada Sat., March 24, 2018 For: Late Model Rental Equipment • Chicago, IL Wed., March 28, 2018 For: Retirement/Bankruptcy Auction. All types of Construction Equipment • Blanket, TX Thurs., March 29, 2018 For: Major Job Completion, Equipment, Trucks & more • Middletown, NY Fri., March 30, 2018 For: Late Model Construction & Utility Equipment & more • Houston, TX Tues., April 3, 2018 For: Rentals! Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Atlantic City, NJ April 5 - 7, 2018 For: Annual 3-Day Late Model Rental Return Auction • Westfield, PA Fri., April 13, 2018 For: Retirement Auction. Very Late Model Construction Equipment • Racine, WI Sat., April 14, 2018 For: Late Model Cat Construction Equipment & more • Columbus (Delaware), OH Sat., April 21, 2018 For: Late Model Rental Returns

• Portland, OR Fri., February 23, 2018 For: Public Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., March 10, 2018 For: Public Auction • Portland, OR Fri., March 30, 2018 For: Public Auction BEAZLEY AUCTIONEERS www.beazleyauction.com 800-670-1227 • Midland, TX Date change: TBD February For: Oilfield Equipment Auction BIDADOO AUCTIONS www.bidadoo.com 1-877-BIDADOO • ONLINE ONLY February 15, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY February 22, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY March 1, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY March 8, 2018 BIG IRON AUCTIONS www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558 • ONLINE ONLY February 14, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY February 21, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY February 28, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY March 7, 2018

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• Seven Valleys, PA Tues, March 13,2018 For: Construction & Farm Equipment Auction

• Windsor Locks, CT Sat., May 5, 2018 For: 9th Annual Spring Public Equipment Auction

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Ritchie Bros. Has More Than 10K Items at Orlando Auction With only a few weeks still to go, the Ritchie Bros. Orlando auction already looks to have one of the best selections of equipment the company has ever assembled. More than 10,000 equipment items and trucks are already listed to sell in the six-day unreserved auction — approximately 39 percent more items than this time last year. As always, every item will be sold without minimum bids or reserve prices. General equipment highlights include 620+ excavators, 475 compactors, 400+ skid steers, 325+ loaders, 235+ dozers, 135+ articulated dump trucks, 125 cranes, 355+ aerial work platforms, 370 truck tractors, 400+ trailers and more. “We already have equipment from more than 800 owners from across the United States, as well as Canada, Mexico, Central and South America and Europe — this is a global event,” said Jeff Jeter, president, U.S. sales, Ritchie Bros. “By adding a sixth day to this year’s event we are able to accommodate more consignors and

“We already have equipment from more than 800 owners from across the United States, as well as Canada, Mexico, Central and South America and Europe — this is a global event,” said Jeff Jeter, president, U.S. sales, Ritchie Bros.

equipment. We expect to add additional equipment every day leading up to the auction to help make this sale massive!” Preliminary Auction Schedule (check rbauction.com/Orlando2018 for the most up-to-date information.) Day 1: Monday, Feb. 19 — skid steers, forklifts, loader backhoes,

boom lifts and scissor lifts Day 2: Tuesday, Feb. 20 — agriculture tractors, motorgraders, wheel loaders, rock trucks, articulated dump trucks, trenchers, direction drills, pull scrapers, log loaders, feller bunchers and mulchers Day 3: Wednesday, Feb. 21 — vibratory rollers, tandem rollers, pneumatic rollers, pulverizers, pipelayers, crawler tractors,

crawler loaders, cranes, crushers, screen plants, conveyors, pavers, asphalt distributor trucks, road wideners, barges and railroad equipment Day 4: Thursday, Feb. 22 — vacuum trucks, water trucks, fuel & lube trucks, mechanics trucks, rolloff trucks, mixer trucks, concrete pump trucks, dump trucks, hydraulic excavators, mobile exca-

vators, mid-size excavators and small excavators Day 5: Friday, Feb. 23 — buses, motor homes, emergency vehicles, boom trucks, cab & chassis, truck tractors, lowboys, beam trailers, hiboys, end dump trailers, pneumatic bulk trailers, asphalt trailers, vacuum trailers, frac tanks, reefer trailers, van trailers, boats and airplanes Day 6: Saturday, Feb. 24 — bed trucks, tow trucks, bucket trucks, paint striper trucks, flatbed trucks, van trucks, automobiles, pickup trucks, air compressors, light towers, welders and gensets Bids can be made in the Orlando auction in person, online in real time at rbauction.com or via the mobile app, and by proxy. Detailed equipment information is available at rbauction.com/Orlando2018. Items being sold off-site also have inspection reports and are backed by IronClad Assurance. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

W.Va., Pa. Pipelines Clear Hurdles (AP) The federal government has approved preliminary construction for parts of the Mountain Valley Pipeline in West Virginia. The 300-mi. natural gas pipeline would also run through parts of southwestern Virginia if it’s fully approved. The Roanoke Times reported Jan. 22 that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s approval was limited to work on access roads and construction yards in West Virginia. But it marked the first time the line met all requirements for preliminary construction anywhere along its proposed route. FERC has yet to take a similar action for the Virginia section. It would pass through the Roanoke and New River valleys. The preliminary green light was a step backward for pipeline opponents in Virginia. Legal challenges are pending. And at least two state agencies have yet to sign off on it. But Mountain Valley isn’t the only pipeline project to receive recent federal approval: A $1.1 billion pipeline designed to bring Marcellus Shale natural gas from northeastern Pennsylvania to

The Roanoke Times reported Jan. 22 that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s approval was limited to work on access roads and construction yards in West Virginia.

New Jersey has received federal approval, although the project lacks important permits in New Jersey. PennEast Pipeline Company spokeswoman Patricia Kornick said Jan. 22, that she anticipates construction on the roughly 120-mi. pipeline will begin this year and take about seven months. The FERC gave approval to the PennEast pipeline over the protests of environmental groups, who say it would irreversibly damage the landscape.

The pipeline is designed to deliver enough natural gas to serve nearly 5 million homes in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. However, Kornick couldn’t immediately say whether construction will begin before the project receives pollutioncontrol permits in New Jersey designed to protect wetlands and waterways. The pipeline consortium plans to apply. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide”s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Equipment Pours in for Yoder & Frey’s Kissimmee Sale Yoder & Frey, auctioneers of heavy construction and agricultural equipment in the United States, is working to accommodate the volume of quality used and surplus equipment now being consigned and shipped to the upcoming Kissimmee winter sale to be held in Florida between Feb. 13 to 17, 2018. “When we passed the ‘month to go’ mark for the Kissimmee Winter Auction enquiries really escalated with the phone ringing persistently as consignors looked to confirm the lots to be included in the auction and to arrange transportation,” said Peter Clark, president of Yoder & Frey. “This now annual event already includes a massive number of specialized engines and power plants for heavy trucks; making it one of the world’s largest ‘engine sales’ ever. ” In the past few days thousands of lots of quality used equipment and many new and unused items to be included in this Kissimmee winter auction have been flooding to the site in preparation for the sale. The reported levels of bidder registrations also has been building steadily as buyers pre-register to gain access to the inventory in preparation of securing some real bargains. A wide variety engines from a number of manufacturers — at last count approaching

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KLEEMAN.............................................................................................................. 62

ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC.................................................................. 9

KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY .................................................. 46,47

ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS................................................................55

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP.................................................................. 42,43,72,73

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AMERICAN STATE EQUIPMENT............................................................................ 7

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MB AMERICA INC..................................................................................................57

BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC.............................................................................. 60,61

MCCANN INDUSTRIES INC....................................................................................6

BARGAINS ...................................................................................................... 87,88

METSO MINERAL CRUSHING..............................................................................53

BELSON SCRAP & STEEL....................................................................................32

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MINNICH MANUFACTURING................................................................................26

BRANDL MOTORS................................................................................................ 85

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2014

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2012

9,769

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2005

18,500

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2009

9,755

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2008

15,500

818 E series

2015

1,000

835 R C series

2004

8,890

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2004

12,078

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24,104

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