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Crews Navigate Speed Bumps on Bridge Project Jennifer Rupp CEG CORRESPONDENT

Binder Machinery Branches Wi th New Business…8

DiFazio Finds Success Wit h Volvo, Penn Jersey…14

Performing bridge repairs in a bustling urban area is never an easy task, but Trumbull Corporation rose to the challenge in its hometown city of Pittsburgh, Pa. Trumbull is the lead contractor on Phase 1 of the I-579 Veteran’s Bridge Preservation Project. The $18.7 million project began in the fall of 2010 with a plethora of challenges, most notably the heavy traffic to UPMC, the Console Energy Center, U.S. Steel and other high-profile businesses in the area. Both vehicle and pedestrian detours were put into place. Phase 1 work entails the preservation of nine bridges of I-579 from Boulevard of the Allies and Liberty Bridge to the Veteran’s Bridge and downtown Pittsburgh. The rehabilitation includes new bearing and expansion dams, structural steel painting and deck repairs/replacements. Additionally, crews will improve drainage, update highway lighting and provide new signs and pavement marking. “Michael Baker Engineering did a very nice job with see TRUMBULL page 28

Work continues on the parapet forms while the Webster Avenue deck cures.

AGC Asks Obama Admin to Reconsider Quotas Pin e Bush Rai ses Fund s for Cancer Research…22

Table of Contents ................4 Truck & Trailer Section ........ ......................................61-67 Recycling Section ........71-95

The Associated General Contractors of America joined with 10 other national business associations in calling on the Obama administration to reconsider a series of new hiring mandates it wants to impose on contractors working on federal projects. Association officials noted that the government has failed to produce any data justifying the very costly and incredibly prescriptive new hiring man-

dates. “The administration is getting ready to impose a tremendous new regulatory burden on thousands of employers to fix a problem that doesn’t appear to exist,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “The administration is trying to mandate away the symptoms of a broader problem: a stagnant economy that has left too many

Americans out of work for too long.” The new rules, which are being proposed by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), are designed to have firms working on federal contracts hire veterans and people with disabilities at the same rate at which they apply for positions. Yet Sandherr noted that federal officials have see AGC page 112

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Vt. to Save Historic Bridge With Unusual Project

Parts Section ..........112-113

By Wilson Ring ASSOCIATED PRESS

Auction Section ......118-136 Business Calendar ..........124 Advertisers Index............134

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) A historic Vermont bridge is going to be updated with a technique that seems like something only a superhero could accomplish: Engineers will cut the 350-ft. (106 m) bridge in two lengthwise, push the two

sides apart, widen them and put it back together. As far as anyone involved in the project has been able to determine, it’s the first time such a technique has been tried on such a large bridge and after 15 months of preparation, engineers are now getting ready to separate the sides, move one 300,000-lb. (136,078 kg) truss 10 ft. (3 m) away from the other and then reattach the

sides. Once the steel and concrete has been added, motorists crossing the bridge won’t have to worry about meeting a truck coming the other way. The so-called Pennsylvania truss bridge, which carries U.S. Route 2 across the Winooski River about 10 mi. east of Burlington, was built see BRIDGE page 119

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RECYCLING, CRUSHING AND SCREENING Be sure to check out this special section! Keep up to date with the latest information on recycling, crushing and screening.

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DIFAZIO COMPANIES FINDS SUCCESS WITH VOLVO, PENN JERSEY As a whole, the DiFazio Companies operates more than 200 pieces of equipment.

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WALSH EQUIPMENT HOLDS OPEN HOUSE CELEBRATION

Manufacturer representatives from many of Walsh Equipment’s product lines were on hand to lend their expertise regarding the many pieces of equipment on display.

PINE BUSH EVENT RAISES FUNDS AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

The event was planned by the Pine Bush Equipment Relay For Life Team.

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BUSINESS, FUN AT FOURTH ANNUAL TRI-COUNTY OIL & GAS EXPO The annual Expo is designed to focus on business opportunities within Fayette, Greene and Washington counties, along with the entire region, as a result of energy resources developments within the Marcellus Shale play.

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MANITOWOC OPENS NEW PRODUCT VERIFICATION CENTER

By allowing rigorous testing of component performance and working life cycles, it will give Manitowoc engineers new insight into the anticipated performance of cranes in the field.

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RISH EQUIPMENT TEAM BUILDING ‘SUPPORT DRIVEN’ CULTURE

The new management structure of the Bluefield, W.Va.-based firm followed the retirements in late 2011 of most of the company’s top executives, according to new CEO Myron Jones.

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Binder Machinery Branches Out With New Business In the equipment world today, the Internet has changed the way equipment dealerships do business, opening up a new avenue of opportunity. Carlin Binder took advantage of the opportunity to branch out, forming IronBin Machinery LLC in 2011. In March 2012, IronBin Machinery became the official “used equipment division” of Binder Machinery Company. “We are currently in the midst of reconstructing our Web site for Binder Machinery and there will be a link on our new site to IronBin Machinery, which will show our entire inventory of used equipment, whether it is inventory we own or that we have on consignment. You can contact us if you want a particular piece of equipment through our Web site or give us a call,” Carlin Binder, general manager of IronBin Machinery, said. If a customer wants something IronBin doesn’t have, the company will search for it. “We have many ways of sourcing it — through the dealer network and lots of different channels of people that are in the used equipment business,” Binder said. “That is why we network and go to the auctions and want to get to know as many people as we can. We don’t want to leave any stone unturned.” In addition to selling the used equipment of the manufacturers Binder Machinery currently represents, IronBin also

awareness of the market and how it fluctuates is key to being successful in this business. We must have dedicated people in the used equipment division working on a daily basis, networking and driving that end of the business. That is something we feel has been very under utilized here at Binder Machinery in prior years. We have a tremendous opportunity for growth in the used equipment business with our proximity to the ports, our high market share of Komatsu, Wirtgen Group, and Sennebogen products, and our strong penetration into the crane market now with SANY.” IronBin also is a strong believer in consignment. “We can get [customers] a better return for their asset. We will market their machine through the dealership and on the internet; we can arrange financing for the buyer, which is very key. We make the buy/sell process easier, therefore creating a higher return for their asset. Consignment is something we are very focused on and we will be promoting it to our customer base as it provides us more opportunity to interact and service them at the highest level.” For more information, visit www.ironbin.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Carlin R. Binder, general manager of IronBin Machinery, stands by an example of the type of used equipment customers of IronBin Machinery can purchase.

will market its “Brand X” trade-ins or source used ‘Brand X’ models required by our customers that we don’t offer, like combination backhoe/loaders for example. If we have the proper channel to source the product, we will make it happen for our customers” Binder said. “Brand X is the manufacturers that we do not represent, such as Caterpillar and John Deere. To be able to have the

Wright Express Releases Fuel Consumption Results Wright Express Corporation, a global provider of value-based business payment processing and information management solutions, in collaboration with IHS, a global source of information, insight and analytics, released results of its Wright Express Construction Fuel Consumption Index (FCI), which indicated a decrease of 0.3 percent in April versus its level the previous year. The Wright Express Construction FCI measures national fuel consumption statistics for the construction industry, which provides an accurate and up-to-date indication of construction activity in the United States. “Considering the seasonally-adjusted index grew by 3.9 percent in the previous month, the results of the April 2012 Fuel Consumption Index may be a partial correction to the unusually strong growth in March,” said Michael Dubyak, chairman and chief executive officer of Wright Express. “Meanwhile, recently released information about U.S. construction activity reflects the positive turn.” Wright Express worked with IHS to capture and analyze transaction data from its closed loop network of more than 180,000 fuel and vehicle maintenance locations, including more than 90 percent of the domestic retail fuel locations and

45,000 vehicle maintenance locations. With this data, the Wright Express Construction FCI can be used to identify emerging trends within the construction industry and the national economy. The indicators were tested at monthly, quarterly and annual frequencies, with the greatest insights produced using the year-over-year percent change of the monthly data. For April 2012, the Wright Express Construction FCI reported that fuel consumption by U.S. construction companies decreased by 0.3 percent versus April 2011 and decreased by 2.8 percent versus the previous month. Last month’s Wright Express Construction FCI showed unusually strong growth in March and accurately captured the evident general improvement reflected in the most recent government industry data. Construction spending excluding improvements — a good measure of activity — grew 0.4 percent in March. Total construction putin-place, increased by 0.1 percent in March. Also in March, private residential construction excluding improvements rose 2.9 percent, while private nonresidential spending increased by 0.7 percent. Additionally, the Wright Express Construction FCI showed a similar pattern of volatility in March and April compared with the U.S. Census

Bureau’s recently released statistics on housing permits. The number declined 7.0 percent in April to an annual rate of 715,000, after a revised increase of 8.7 percent in March. IHS Analysis According to the IHS analysis, despite recent gains, the industry's growth has lost some momentum. After three years of depressed construction, the inventory of new housing is beginning to tighten. Similar to February, new home sales continued to decline in March, but inventory continues to shrink. This is good news since builders will have to replenish stocks by ramping up starts once demand rebounds. Although, getting rid of the excess housing supply could be a drawn-out affair. The homeowner vacancy rate measuring the proportion of homes that are vacant and for sale was 2.3 percent at the end of 2011. This vacancy rate is consistent with a glut of about one half of a million houses. At the current pace, eliminating the overhang should take less than two years, but will probably take longer, because it is concentrated in a few high-unemployment states. For more information, visit www.wrightexpress.com/fci.

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PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Serving Contractors, Municipalities, and Industry since 1912 Special pricing good through 6/30/12 –  cash or approved financing Subject to prior sale – Rental purchase not available

1998 John Deere 550G Crawler Dozer, Unit # 21700, 5205 Hours, Brand New UC, Torque Converter Trans, 17Gpm, 2.07" Pump, Dash & Gauges, Foot Pedal Steering, 3-Spool Hydr Control Valve, Dzr Main Frame Std Track 61", 18" Shoes, Lubr Chain Rock Guards, Two 12 Volt Batteries, Vinyl Susp. Seat, Canopy (Rops), 6405 All Hydr Dzr, 104" Blade Master Elect Disc Switch, Ether Starting Aid, Vehicle Lighting Sys, Front Tow Hook, Headliner Heavy Duty Grille Screen, Retrieval Hitch..........................................................$25,500

2010 John Deere 310SJ Backhoe Loader, Unit # 50492, 637 hours, PE4045HT054, 310SJ Tier 3 Eng, Cab w/Heat & AC, Mfwd Axle, 19.5LX24 R-412.5/80-18 Ext Dip 6 Fnc FC LG Stab Aux, Pilot Controller, Install Coupler, Standard Bkt Quick Lor w/Rtd and 2 Func Hyd, 1.30 Cu Yd LG LP 92 Bkt CE/SP, 1250 LB Frt Counterweight, Two Batteries-300 MIN Cap, Chrome Exhaust Extension, Front View Mirror, Cold Start Package, Dual Battery Disconnect 410J BH H.D. Bkt Cylinder, Rearview Mirror ......................................$71,000

2008 John Deere 310J Backhoe Loader, Unit # 61556, 850 Hours, 310J 1750T10; PE4045TT088 Non-Reg Eng; Cab w/ Heat Installation; Susp. Fabric Seat; Mfwd Axle; 19.5Lx24R 12X16.5F; Ext Dip 5 Fnc Sh Stab; 2 Lever Controls; Ldr w/Rtd And 2 Func Hyd; 1.25 Cu Yd Bucket; 1450 Lb Frt Cntrwt, Two Batteries-300 Min Cap, Electric Ether Starting Aid, Frt Winshield Washer ....................................................$57,000

2005 John Deere 672D Motor Grader, Unit # 21641, 5539 Hours, Crcle Insrt-Nylon-S.D. No Cl, 17.5R25 Xtla Michelin, Low Cab w/ Open Windows, No Precleaner Option Deluxe Cloth Seat/Air Susp, Lh 5F Cont Vlve(4+ 1 Aux), Std Light Pkg-Grading, 1400CCA Batteries, 8" Ovrly End Bits, Reversible, Sunvisor-Front Window, Radio Am/Fm/WB, Pedal Decelerator, Fluid Sampling Diagnostics, General Bottom Guard, Bottom Guard Side Panels, 14’ Moldbord w/8” Edge, Blade Wear Insts-Ext Duty, Rh 4F Cont Vlve(4 Sects), Hfwd Wide Front Fender............................$135,000

2008 John Deere 240D LC Excavator, Unit # 82114, 3105 Hours, Shoes 800M 32" Triple; Seat-Air Suspension/ Heated; Boom 1 Pc w/Arm Cyl 240DLC; Arm 3.61M, 11' 10" w/Plumbing; Auxiliary Hydraulic Lines Only; Reverse Fan Drive; Two-Way Mech Pattern Changer ................$100,000

2002 John Deere 450C LC Excavator, Unit # 21552, 9128 Hours, Mod Mainframe, Cwt & Cwmd, 900MM, Track Shoes, Standard Boom, 3.9 Arm 450CLC, Ad Price Is Without A Bucket......................................................................$67,000

LOADER BACKHOES 1993 Deere 710D, Stk# 00021715, Cab (2 Door), Suspension Fabric Seat, Front Axle w/MFWD, 15x19.5 Frt & 20.5x25 Rear, Backhoe w/5’ Ext Dippr, Reverse Stabilizer Feet, Loader Controls (2Function), 1.87 Cu Yd Ldr Bkt Tilt Wheel Installation, Add’l Frt Work Lights, Ether Starting Aid, COMPACTORS - SMOOTH DRUM 2008 SAKAI SW320, Stk# 00082259, 397 Hrs, 47” ................................................................$24,900 Counterweight ..........................................................................................................................$23,500 2008 Sakai SV400D, Stk# 00061941, 332 Hrs, 67” Drum, ROPS, Soil Compactor ................$41,000 1994 Deere 315D, Stk# 00021717, 6349 Hrs, 4039TT002 Turbo Engine 72HP, Cab Changes, Suspension Fabric Seat, Front Axle w/MFWD, 10.5/80x18 Frt & 16.9x28 Rear, Side-Shift Backhoe, 2 CRAWLER DOZERS Lever, Stabilizer w/Dirt Feet, Ldr w/Rtd and 2 Func Hyd, 750 LB Frt Counter Weight m WO Batteries2006 Deere 450J, Stk# 00021626, 812 Hrs, Guides LT & LGP, ROPS Canopy, Deluxe Vinyl Sus Seat, 320 Min Cap..............................................................................................................................$15,000 Dual HD Battery, 97” Blade & Std C Frame, Three Function Valve, Hyd Pump F Use w/o Winch Ether 2007 Deere 310SG, Stk# 00021658, 2967 Hrs, Cab with Air (2 door), Air Susp Fabric Seat, Powershift Start Aid, Enviromental Drain, Chrome Exhaust, ROPS Heater, OP Station Accessories, Retrieval Hitch, Mfwd Axle, 12.5/80-18 FT/19.5LX24 Rear Extendable Backhoe, Five Function Flow w/Valve, Two Lever Track Adjuster Relief Valve ........................................................................................................$44,900 Controls, Aux. Plumbing for Ext Bkhoe Std Stab w/Rev Feet, Ldr w/Rtd and 2 Func Hyd, 1.30 Cu Yd Lng Lip Ldr Bkt, 1150 LB Frt Counterweight Two Batteries-300 Min Cap, Chrome Exhaust Extension, EXCAVATORS - CRAWLER 1999 Samsung SE130 LC-3, Stk# 00021723, Hyd Thumb, Aux Hyd, JRB Cplr, Cab w/o Air ..$22,500 AM-FM Radio, Engine Coolant Heater Electric Starting Aid, Bkt Cylinder (heavy duty) ............$39,000 COMPACTORS - PADFOOT 2008 Sakai SV510T, Stk# 00082254, 957 Hrs, Pad Foot Soil Roller........................................$62,500 2008 Sakai SV510T, Stk# 00061985, 638 Hrs, 84” Drum, ROPS, 59/74 ft/lbs........................$57,000

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963C – Cat Power Train Rebuild Power Train Plus Rebuild • Engine: completely rebuilt • Final Drives: completely rebuilt • Drive Pumps & Motors: completely rebuilt • Radiator: cleaned internally & externally • Loader Frame: completely rebuilt including all bores back to standard and new pins & bushings • Undercarriage: complete new Cat UC (SALT)

• Hydraulic System: completely rebuilt including pump, valves, cylinders, tank & hydraulic lines (as needed) • Cab: new seat, gauges & glass (as needed); tested electrical, heat & AC • Machine stripped to frame for paint and decals • Bucket: reconditioned GP bucket with new tips & segments

2002 963C, s/n: 2DS02441, Zero Component Hours, 12,889 Frame Hours $189,000

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2007 KOMATSU WA500-6 WHEEL LOADER

1999 CATERPILLAR D5CXL CRAWLER DOZER

ROPS Cab w/AC & Heat, 134” GP Bkt, Automatic Bucket Lever/Boom Kickout, BRAND NEW 29.5R-25 XHAT MICHELIN TIRES, P/S Trans, 4 Spds F/R, ECSS Ride Control, 2 Lever Bkt Controls, Komtrax

OROPS Canopy, Powershift Transmission, 3 Speeds Forward/Reverse, 20” Single Grouser Shoes, 6-Way Hydraulic Blade C002638

$27,500

C002801

2009 WIRTGEN W60 MILLING MACHINE LIKE NEW.….LESS THAN 75 HOURS – 600mm ‘FCS’ Drum System, One Stage Detachable Conveyor, Aux. Hyd, Rear Right Wheel Swing, L/R Level-Pro Grade Control, Hyd. Side Plate Lifters C002873

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Model

2003 Winnebago 32’ “BRAVE” RV READY TO GO FOR THE SEASON

EE#

2005 KOMATSU PC200LC-7 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR Enc Cab w/AC, Htr & Def, 48” GP Bkt w/BOCE, JRB 45SLH Qucik Cplr, 31.5” Shoes, 9’7” Arm w/Piping, 18’8” Boom w/Piping, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Pattern Change Valve

Only 3,700 orig. miles, hydraulic brakes (No CDL), all amenities - very clean, just installed new battery, main awning and extension toppers C002637

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$44,500

C002971

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YR

Model

EE#

$195,000

$59,500

PRICE

MILLERS, PAVERS, ROLLERS

CRAWLER DOZERS/LOADERS

INGERSOLL RAND

CAT 1999

D5CXL

C002638

$27,500

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1996

DD24

C002894

$8,500

2005

DD118HF

C002076

$55,000

W60

C002873

$175,000

BEAT THE CLOCK WITH

POWER

WIRTGEN 1998

D37P-5

C002622

$27,500

2008

D61EX-15

20178

$167,500

2006

D65EX-15

18219

$159,000

EXCAVATORS KOMATSU 2005

PC35MR-2

C002046

$33,500

2005

PC200LC-7

C002971

$59,500

2006

PC220LC-8LR

C001119

$189,000

1997

PC300LC-6

C002973

$49,500

1997

PC300LC-6

C002048

$75,000

2005

PW220-7

C002089

$122,500

2009

OFF ROAD TRUCKS KOMATSU 2008

HM300-2

C000602

$189,000

2003

HM350-1

C002118

$159,000

2008

HM350-2

19847

$229,000

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CAT

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2000

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MISCELLANEOUS 1979

980C

C002879

$42,500

560B

C001601

$29,000

1995

WA450-2

C002602

$35,000

LOADAL CENTER LOAD GARBAGE TRUCK

1995

WA450-2

C002857

$30,000

1991

2007

WA450-6

C001982

$179,000

WINNEBAGO

2007

WA500-6

C002801

$195,000

2003

DRESSER 1988

BRADCO 2009

KOMATSU

HP600

C002651

Valid until 6/30/12

$14,500

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KOHLER 350kw generator w/DD8-92 engine

EVO MAG-20-US

$29,000

C000834

SOLD $19,500

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DiFazio Companies Finds Success With Volvo, Penn Jersey In order to be successful in business, you need to have the right equipment. Sometimes that equipment comes in the form of a purchase; sometimes it’s better to lease. For Faztec Industries of Staten Island, N.Y., sometimes it’s a combination of the two. Faztec recently acquired two Volvo L180G’s from Penn Jersey Machinery; the two were leased. “We found that this is such a harsh environment that we are better off matching our monthly payment to our usage rate with warranty, so that we are getting the most out of our equipment,” explained John DiFazio, vice president of Faztec Industries, which is the recycling and material division of the DiFazio Companies. “As opposed to the pipe division of DiFazio Industries, where we find that you could buy a loader and can run that loader 10 to 12 thousand hours over a seven or eight year period and still is pretty worthy of the assignments. Here, we find with the high cycle time, the long hours, at the transfer station, we just can’t get the same utilization out of the piece. So, Penn Jersey Machinery was successful in trying to match our payment to a 10,000-hour warranty, and a 10,000-hour lease. So, at the end of the four years, we will be ready for new units. “We can establish a fixed budget, knowing what our payment is every month and what the usage rates are, thereby (L-R): John, Sal, Marc and Jeff DiFazio all stand in front of one of Fazttec Industries’ new Volvo L180G wheel controlling costs, which in today’s environloader. ment, more than ever, it’s about working smarter, to try to keep a profit margin.” Eagle 1400 crushing plant that we put in The new DiFazio’s wheel loaders are used place in September 2011. Through it we in support of the company’s transfer station make a three-quarter recycle stone and granoperation. ular fill, which is all recycled product,” said “It is a lot of load and carry and truck loadDiFazio.“The recycled products are mainly ing. We found the 180G to be a good fit for geared towards the commercial end of the our facility as far as size. It has a 6.3 cubic business.” yard bucket on it, so we are loading a triaxle The products then go out to DiFazio’s cusin three passes. tomer base, including commercial markets “The key component is to learn from your and municipal projects. Some of it goes for mistakes,” DiFazio continued. “This facility landfill cover. became licensed in 2007. There was a big “We have different end markets, which learning curve, fortunately, we were able to has been the biggest challenge in our industake a look at what we were doing, where we try, to keep those end markets open. We are were spending our money and come to Penn constantly working on end markets,” Jersey with a set of specifications. For DiFazio said. example we looked at our tire expenses and our tire wear. We decided we wanted foam In the Beginning filled L-5 tires going right into it. We wanted John DiFazio (C), vice president of Faztec Industries, ceremoniously skakes hands Faztec took control of the property in the buckets Hardox lined, because we found with Wayne Donahue (R), branch manager of Penn Jersey Machinery, in front of 2000, it took approximately six and a half one of Faztec Industries new Volvo L180G wheel loaders as Robert Watt, metro New York territory manager of Penn Jersey Machinery years to get a license. “In 2000, when we bought the land, it was looks on. a contractor’s yard. We used it as a sand and gravel depot for six and half years and then in two to three years we were spending a lot of money on once we got our permits, built the facility, continually doing welding and repairing our buckets. So, we specified the work on it as we go. We then bought the two acres adjacent bucket liners to be able to make that four-year lease time line. to us in 2009, we moved our sand and gravel operation “We wanted automatic lube systems to take the time out there.” of manually trying to lubricate the machines and keep our bearing life longer. Certain things definitely have been A Fleet of Hundreds learned the hard way.” As a whole, the DiFazio Companies operates more than 200 pieces of equipment. At Faztec Industries, there are three Keeping Things Moving excavators and three wheel loaders in use. It also operates a The material comes from the five boroughs of New York, Pegson jaw crusher, an Eagle 1400 impact plant, Sandvik approximately 10 percent is from New Jersey. Faztec then QE440 screening plant and a Extec E7 screener. “We made quite a bit of investment last year into bigger The new DiFazio’s Volvo L180G wheel loaders are used makes various products from the materials. “We make a three-quarter minus clean fill that we market in support of the company’s transfer station operasee DIFAZIO page 92 to New Jersey and New York markets. We also have a new tion.

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Walsh Equipment Holds Open House Celebration

An appreciative crowd watches a performance by JCB’s Dancing Diggers.

T

he year 2012 is a landmark one for Walsh Equipment Inc. as it celebrates its 80th year in business and the opening of its second store located in central Pennsylvania. A full line construction and heavy equipment dealer headquartered in Prospect, Pa., the company is the authorized dealer of JCB Equipment, LeeBoy, Rosco, Massey Ferguson, Schwarze, J&J Truck Bodies, Tiger Mowers, Western Plows, and more, covering 23 counties in western and central Pennsylvania. Walsh Equipment Inc. was founded in 1932 by Philip Walsh, and is now tory representatives and a performance by JCB’s World Famous Dancing Diggers. managed by his son, Mike Walsh and grandson, Charlie Walsh. Refreshments were provided and door prizes awarded to round Walsh Equipment’s new store is located at 2350 Munster Rd. Seen here greeting Joe Lavan (L), Rayne Township in Indiana County, is Company in Lilly, Pa. The newly constructed building is situated on a six- out the day for the crowd of approximately 400 of Walsh President, Mike Walsh, who welcomed acre yard and includes three service bays and a parts counter with Equipment’s customers. each attendee as they headed in for lunch. stocking capacity for $1 million in parts inventory. According to Charlie Walsh, the new store provides customers in the area with greater access to parts pick up, quick service and personal attention. The new store employs two parts counter people, two sales representatives and four service technicians. To celebrate the new store’s opening and spend some time with customers, Walsh Equipment held an open house at the new store on May 24. Manufacturer representatives from many of Walsh Equipment’s product lines were on hand to lend their expertise (L-R): J&J Truck Bodies & Trailers’ Bill Riggs and Ron Wright regarding the many pieces of discussed their lineup of work truck bodies with David equipment on display. JCB was Overdorff, Brush Valley Township; Eric Mennor,Walsh well represented with several fac- Walsh Equipment’s Matt Fisher; JCB’s Farrin Barber; Walsh Equipment’s Equipment; Fred Shaulis, Tri County Motor Sales; and Scott Overdorff, Brush Valley Township.

J&J Truck Bodies & Trailers’ Jerry Johnson (L), joins Walsh Equipments’ Charlie Walsh to welcome attendees to the open house.

Tim Gold; Spencer Howard, JCB; and Jim Caldwell, St. Clair Township catch up at the open house.

(L-R): LeeBoy’s Bryce Davis Jr. talks paving with Jim Sturgeon, Walsh Equipment and Allen Millen, East Providence Township.

Dana Sklinar (L), and Harvey Weyandt (R), of Ogle Township talk about road maintenance equipment with Hi-Way’s Tom Krick.

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121 Karner Rd. Albany, NY 12205

518/456-1445 Fax: 518/456-8600

Since 1923

www.contractorssales.com

2008 LIEBHERR A900C RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR MFH, COUPLER, DIG/GRADE BUCKETS, BLADE, 1600 HOURS UNIT 4180 ............................$139,000

2011 LIEBHERR L542 LOADER, 3.5 YD LOADER BUCKET, FORKS, COUPLER, 3-SPOOL, RIDE CONTROL, 700 HOURS ............$171,000

2005 TAKEUCHI TBO16, SERIAL # 610298, STOCK #: 4106, 453 HOURS, 3500 LBS..................$13,900

2007 TEREX TA30IS, VIN # 971036, STOCK #: 7026, 1797 HOURS, 30 TON, INDEPENDENT FRONT SUSPENSION .......................... ..........................REQUEST QUOTE

2010 MIDLAND WIDENER SPD-8, UNIT # 5064, 550 HOURS .. ..................................................$149,000

2005 DYNAPAC CA141D, UNIT # 5033, 600 HOURS .................. ....................................................$29,000

2010 RAWSON 38304 SCREENING PLANT, VIN # 810010, STOCK #: 6057, 3' X 8’ DECK, 550 HOURS ..............$69,000

2009 LINK-BELT 240X2 LONG FRONT, SERIAL # 9-4072, STOCK #: 4201, 1200 HOURS, 60’ REACH .... ................................................$149,000

GEITH HYD PIN GRABBER & 48” BUCKET, WITH A SET OF 90 MM PINS FITS 240/290 SIZE MODEL QH90 / 48” GEITH BKT W/HENSLEY TEETH MODEL HD50-048 1.6 CYD.........$6,500

2006 LINK-BELT 135 MSR, STOCK #: 4147, 3600 HRS, GEITH HYDRAULIC PIN GRABBER COUPLER HAMMER HYDRAULICS HYDRAULIC THUMB HYDRAULICS BLADE ......................................$65,000

2011 ALLIED AR130B HAMMER, 4,000 FT LB CLASS UNIT 4237 ..............................$29,000

2003 LINK-BELT 225 SPIN ACE, VIN # 1, STOCK #: 225, 5950 HRS, HYDS MANUAL GEITH THUMB, STIFF ARM RIDES ON A TRACK, HYD S1 QC, TIGHT MACHINE FOR THE HRS ..................................$47,000

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Westchester Tractor, Inc. 60 International Blvd • Brewster, NY 10509

845/278-7766 Fax: 845/278-4431 E-mail: equip@wtractor.com

Now Serv ing All of Connectic ut

LATE MODEL EQUIPMENT DOZERS

SKID STEERS

2005 NEW HOLLAND DC85 DOZER, 9’ BLADE, CAB WITH A/C, 693 HRS ..$64,995 2003 MUSTANG 2044, 1105 HOURS, OPEN CAB, 60” BUCKET ..................$12,000 1994 FIATALLIS FD7 DOZER, ROPS, 6 WAY BLADE, 2513 HOURS ............$15,995 2000 NEW HOLLAND LS170, 3361 HOURS, CAB W/HEAT/AC, EXTRA TIRE$14,995

2001 JCB 508C Telehandler, Open ROPS, 41.5” Reach, 3420 Hrs.... ..........................................$19,995

EXCAVATORS

2007 NEW HOLLAND L175, SN:3424, 267 HOURS, CAB W/HEAT, NEW TIRES ........

2004 JOHN DEERE 230LC, 2800 HRS, HAMMER PIPING, NEED NEW GLASS ON

......................................................................................................................$27,995

BOTTOM DOOR ............................................................................................$89,995 2008 NEW HOLLAND L175, SN: 4511, CAB WITH HEAT, HI FLOW, 341 HOURS ...... 2004 KOBELCO SK290LC, CAB, 3487 HRS, THUMB ......................SOLD $79,995 ......................................................................................................................$33,995 2004 NEW HOLLAND EH160, CAB WITH HEAT, MANUAL THUMB ..............$79,995

MISCELLANEOUS

2002 Bobcat S300, Hand Controls, Forks, Bkt, 2040 Hrs ..........$21,995

2010 NEW HOLLAND L175, DELUXE CAB, 2 SPEED, HI FLOW, 69 HOURS $42,125 2010 NEW HOLLAND L180, SN:2034, 181 HOURS, DELUXE CAB, 2 SPEED, LIKE

BEFCO 212 FERTILIZER SPREADER ..................................................................$300

NEW MACHINE, 96” MULCH & SNOW BUCKET ..........................................$33,395

1997 BIG JOHN TREE SPADE ON A 1987 FORD L8000 TRUCK, TRUCK HAS NEW ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION, 178,186 MILES, INCLUDES 6 FLOTATION TIRES......

2004 Volvo EC160B LC, Clean Inside & Out, 5385 Hrs, 2 Bkts, Full Cab ....................................$69,995

......................................................................................................................$34,995 2002 BOBCAT B950 HAMMER, FOR SKID STEER ..........................................$4,995

2006 NEW HOLLAND L185, SN: 5839, CAB WITH HEAT/AC, 469 HOURS, 78” LOW PROFILE BUCKET ..........................................................................................$29,995 2010 NEW HOLLAND L190, LOADED, HYDRAULIC COUPLER, HI FLOW, 218 HRS ..

2009 EXMARK LAS28KA60 MOWER, ZERO TURN, 60” DECK, 420 HOURS ..$6995

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Pine Bush Event Raises Funds American Cancer Society

Enjoying a perfect day on the links (L-R) are Jim Boniface, Pine Bush Equipment; Kent Hogeboom, Construction Equipment Guide; Tom Pileggi, Ilion NY; and Greg Fiori, Komatsu.

(L-R): Local contractors Pete Edmunds, Joe Edmunds, Jake Crawford and Kevin Shannon were proud to show their support for the American Cancer Society.

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he 6th Annual Pine Bush Equipment Golf Tournament was held on May 17 at the Town of Wallkill Golf Club, Middletown, N.Y. The event was planned by the Pine Bush Equipment Relay For Life Team. One hundred twenty-eight golfers turned out and more than $20,000 was raised for the American Cancer Society. Pine Bush Equipment would like to extend special thanks to the following sponsors: • Dinner sponsor: Jay and Carol Anthony Foundation for Autism Support • Wine and Beer Hour sponsor: Komatsu • Lunch sponsor: Kubota • Breakfast sponsor: US Bank • Longest Drive sponsors: Precision Pipeline Solutions and Downes Tree Service • Straightest Drive sponsor: Wagner & Associates (L-R): This foursome made up of Mike Barba, David Boniface, John The Pine Bush Equipment Relay For Life team mem• Hole-in-One sponsors: Vanacore Peterson and Matt Waizenegger have supported the Pine Bush bers (L-R) are Simra Alfonso, Jennifer Boniface, Holly DeBenedictus DiGovanni & Weddell and Equipment golf tournament for the last several years. Bodnar and Kathy Trojhan. Toshiba Business Solutions • First Place Team sponsor: Doosan Infracore • Closest to the Pin sponsors: Gem Attachments; Healey Brothers and Bank of the West • Tee sponsors: R.J. Smith Realty; NAPA Auto Parts; see EVENT page 132

Karen (L) and Kristen Osterhoudt were satisfied not only with their round of golf, but also with spending some time with a charity that makes a difference.

The town of Wallkill Golf Club, located just outside of Middletown, N.Y., provides a beautiful venue for this annual event.

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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 WHEEL LOADERS

LANDSCAPING Case 480 Broom Tractor, frt mounted 6' sweepster broom, ROPS . . . . . . . .$13,000 Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor, 1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . .$10,500 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" hydraulic broom . . . . . .$11,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500

(2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition CRANES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 Broderson IC80-1B, 1984, 8.5 ton, Perkins TRUCKS & TRAILERS dsl, OROPS, 20’ boom,, 3500hrs, good . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,500 (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL dual fuel, 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs$21,500 Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., AIR COMPRESSORS 70' boom anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . .. IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500

Cat IT28G, 1998, EROPS, coupler, 3rd valve, 20.5 x 25 rubber, 15K hours, work ready . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$42,500 Komatsu WA250-3PT, 1999, EROPS w/AC, JRB coupler, bucket, forks 20.5x25, good cond. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$63,500 Komatsu WA500-1, 1992, EROPS, w/ A/C, high-reach, 6.5 cy GP bkt, 29.5x25 $79,500 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick couCRAWLER LOADERS pler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . .$46,000 Volvo L60E, 2005, EROPS, coupler, aux hyd, Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt. MOTOR SCRAPERS boom susp, 20.5R25, v. good . . . .$89,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” tank, ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . .$49,500 DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, COMPACTORS very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, OFF ROAD HAULERS Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, Komatsu CD60R-1 Crawler Dump Truck, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL drum drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 1997, 360° rotation . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideJD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean boards, tailgate (currently off work), work quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,500 ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29,000 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . .. Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, Hitachi UH181, 1985, Equipped w/hammer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . .$145,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$72,000 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 rubber, operational . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER IR SD70D, 2000, Pro-Pac, 66" smooth drum, hitch rebuilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Cat 215BLC, 1985, 7'3" stick, 28" TBG pads, Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 10 roller U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,500 ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,000 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 Good Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . .. stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$147,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . .$57,000 w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . .From $79,500 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$87,500 rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, Komatsu PC750 LC-6, 1999, 454 hp, 27” gas engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working boom, 11’10” stick, 44’ DGB, aux plumbing, Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 bucket choice, 24k ctwt . . . . . . . .$255,000 stock, lever & remote . . .$4,000 to $10,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 1999, 10’6” stick, hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, JRB coupler, 31.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 of bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$77,500 single drum, tow type . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 11’1” stick, 35.5” CRAWLER TRACTORS TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkts, working DOZERS (2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a- everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$97,500 Case 1550, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, blade, winches, v. good . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG Carco Winch, Rear Screen, P/S Trans, Low Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade .. pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, Hours, Exc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$85,000 work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL

SPECIALS Vermeer 5800 Trencher, 1997, 4 cyl dsl eng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,900 (12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a tow-type, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $5,200

BACKHOES Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . .$24,500

DRILLS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Duraquip dust collection . . .$150,000 MISCELLANEOUS (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. ATTACHMENTS BUCKETS PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . .$9,500 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 (5) Cat 936/926/950 pallet forks, for a Balderson quick coupler, exc. cond . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,500 Ea. 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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ABC Eastern Pa. Chapter, OSHA Offices Sign Agreement

Boro Construction’s Wayne Elk (L) signs ABC’s partnership agreement with the Philadelphia, Allentown and Wilkes-Barre OSHA offices.

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Associated Builders and Contractors Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter (ABC) signed a new Partnership Agreement with the Philadelphia, Allentown and Wilkes-Barre Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) offices at its training center in Harleysville, Pa. “ABC members are committed to providing a safe workplace for our employees,” said Wayne Elk, ABC safety committee chairman and safety manager at Boro Construction in King of Prussia, Pa. “The OSHA Partnership and mentor events provide valuable education and training to help us reduce or eliminate jobsite accidents.” This new agreement continues a relationship with the local offices of the federal agency that began with the execution of the chapter’s first partnership agreement in 2001. Since then there has been a measurable reduction in workplace injuries among the participating companies. In 2006, with 17 member companies participating, ABC reported 118 incidents and a collective 4.7 Days Away, Restricted and

Transferred (DART) rate. Today, with 26 companies participating, ABC has reduced incidents to only 58 with a DART rate of 2.3. “Our partnership with ABC has produced exceptional results,” said Scott Shimandle, compliance assistance officer with the Allentown OSHA office. “It is rewarding to know that together we are eliminating hazards in the workplace.” The OSHA Partnership is based on ABC’s nationally recognized Safety Training and Evaluation Process (STEP) assessment and award. The OSHA Partnership also has been a source of free safety training for all ABC members through quarterly mentor events. ABC’s next OSHA mentor events will focus on fall protection and are scheduled for June 8 at the ABC Training Center in Harleysville and July 26 at the ServPro office in Allentown. For complete information on becoming an OSHA Partner or participating in the safety committee contact John Judge at 610/279-6666. For more information, visit www.abceastpa.org.

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DVAED Holds Its Spring Meeting at Penn Jersey The DVAED held its spring meeting May 31 at Penn Jersey’s Lionville location. Todd Gothberg, Volvo vice president of employee engagement and customer satisfaction, was a guest speaker. Gothberg is a sought after keynote speaker both within and outside the industry on a variety of topics, including leadership, effective communication, building positive cultures, team dynamics, health and wellness, time management/prioritization and driving customer loyalty. He also is the chief energy officer of his own company, Inspire Higher, which he started in 2011. (L-R) are Jerry Holleran, Machinery Services Inc., DVAED vice president; Jim Fehr, director, customer support, Penn Jersey; Todd Gothberg, guest speaker, Volvo Construction Equipment, vice president of employee engagement and customer satisfaction for North America; Bob Henderson, executive vice president and COO of AED National, Oak Brook Ill.; Ryan Delargey, RPI Equipment and DVAED treasurer; Karen Zajick, Norris Sales and DVAED executive vice president; Mark Helsen, Penn Jersey; and Walt Joachim, president, Penn Jersey.

Foley Becomes Dealer of Crane Carrier Company Mike Kubas, vice president of Foley power systems and on highway divisions announced that Foley Incorporated has joined Crane Carrier Company’s sales and service network as a new dealer of Crane Carrier Company’s customengineered heavy-duty Class 8, diesel and alternate fueled truck chassis. Crane Carrier was founded in 1946 and began by reinforcing and re-manufacturing surplus military vehicles for the construction and petroleum industries. Today Crane designs and manufactures its own custom chassis for the mobile crane market, including specialized chassis for waste collection, construction, mobile drilling, mining, terminal tractors for commercial, military and other applications where reliable heavy-duty chassis Foley Incorporated has joined Crane Carrier Company’s sales and service network as a new dealer of Crane equipment is essential. Each Carrier Company’s custom-engineered heavy-duty Class 8, diesel and alternate fueled truck chassis.

of Crane Carrier’s chassis products are engineered to fulfill special or extreme operational service requirements, which are not otherwise met by mass producers of Class 8 trucks, primarily designed for on-highway service. Crane Carrier was purchased by Illinois Tool Works in August of 2008. Operating out of the on highway division, Foley Incorporated will be a sales, service and parts provider of Crane Carrier Company’s equipment. Bill Connolly, Foley on highway sales manager, said, “Alongside Seagrave Fire Apparatus and the Caterpillar Vocational Truck, the addition of Crane Carrier Company products expands our opportunity to serve the on highway market.” For more information, call 732/885-3157.

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2006 VOLVO L150E, #7662, 8400 HRS, VERY GOOD RUBBER, RUNS EXCELLENT ........................$122,500

2006 MAULDIN/PSI MG622, #7715, 1300 HRS, FULL CAB, JUST LIKE A NEW ONE ..........................$52,000

2003 CAT 535B GRAPPLE SKIDDER, #7745, NICE, CLEAN, TIGHT, GOOD RUNNING MACHINE ....$48,000

2008 KAWASAKI 652V WHEEL LOADER, #7778, 4500 HRS, VERY NICE UNIT ....................................$84,000

2003 SCREEN MACHINE 107D, #7772, 2900 HRS, READ TYPE SCALPING SCREEN ....................$39,500

2003 VOLVO EC140B, #7792, RECENT UNDERCARRIAGE, PLUMBED TO THE BOOM ..................$49,950

2008 VOLVO L25B, #7810, ACCEPTS ALL UNIVERSAL SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS ..........................$42,500

2007 VOLVO EC160C, #7836, 4400 HRS, 80% U/C, HYDRAULIC THUMB ....................................$105,000

1997 BOMBARDIER SW48 SIDEWALK PLOW, #7855, DIESEL, DO NOT WAIT UNTIL WINTER! ........$15,000

2008 VOLVO L20B, #7868, 600 HRS, LOADED MACHINE, SKID STEER COUPLER..................$49,000

2000 KOBELCO SK150LC, #7864, 8300 HRS, RUNS & DIGS VERY GOOD, HYD. THUMB....................$32,000

2000 STONE WP3100 DOUBLE DRUM ASPHALT ROLLER, #7852, 3100 HRS ..............................$5,500

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Trumbull Corp Leads Veteran’s Bridge Preservation Project in Pittsburgh

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their design work, which included traffic control,” noted Don Stape, consultant engineer of M.A. Beech Corporation. “Baker worked with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation [PennDOT] to make adjustments on-the-fly in order to keep this fast-paced job on track.” M.A. Beech was contracted by PennDOT to provide the on-site inspection and documentation for the project. One such impromptu adjustment occurred when crews removed the decks of the Center Avenue (formerly Wiley Avenue) and Webster Avenue bridges. “When the deck was removed and work began to detach intersecting welds at the web stiffeners, we discovered that the existing steel girders had cracks in them,” explained Stape. The design was remediated, as was

the work schedule in order to avoid any delays. The repairs did, however, cost an additional $80,000. Unscheduled approach work added another $500,000 to the bill. The Boulevard of the Allies approach structures were found to be in poor shape and required immediate repairs. Crews were restricted to working within the confines of a local noise ordinance. The close proximity of hotels and apartments limited the means and methods Trumbull and its subcontractors could use for demolition. To comply with this mandate, provisions were made for an additional detour so that work that was originally scheduled for evening hours could alternatively occur during the day. Century Steel Erectors of Dravosburg, Pa., was subcontracted to jack the bridges, replace bridge bearings and replace pin and hanger assemblies. Rampart Hydro Services, based in Coraopolis, Pa., performed the

hydro-demolition of the bridge deck surfaces to prepare for the new latex overlay. Safety Grooving & Grinding of New Kensington, Pa., mechanically saw-cut the traverse grooves in the bridge decks. Swank Associates, also of New Kensington, scarified / milled the existing bridge decks. Beth’s Barricades of Gibsonia, Pa., is providing the traffic control and signage and Parking Lot Painting, based in Bethel Park, Pa., will apply all pavement markings, legends and lane lines. Avalotis Painting, headquartered in Darby, Pa., will blast and paint the nine steel girder bridges. To date, the project is 80 percent complete with bridge painting still to come. The contract end date is fall of this year. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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Excavator Slewing Rings H&R is pleased to introduce a new line of quality slewing rings (aka turntable bearings, Rotec / swing bearings) for popular excavator models. H&R has partnered with a major supplier to the heavy equipment OEM’s. This company specializes in the design and manufactures a wide range of slewing rings for the construction, forestry and mining industries. Features & Benefits: · Factory direct, no middle man · Competitively priced · Quality control of product assured to precise specifications · Advanced production technology utilizing CNC lathes, grinding, machining, cutting and quenching processes. · Technical advantages including increased RC hardness over the competition · Specifically designed for heavy duty application requiring high capacity for axial, radial forces and tilting loads. · Superior performance in heavy duty applications · Low profile and excellent weight to performance ratio. · High load capacity optimizing the design and weight · ISO 9001:2000 & Total Quality Management ( TQM ) certified performance

Volvo, Deere, Hitachi, Kobelco, Case, Komatsu H&R Construction Parts and Equipment, Inc. www.hrparts.com • 800.333.0650 Corporate HQ in Buffalo, NY and locations in CA, MO, FL, and Alberta Canada.

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Business, Fun at Fourth Annual Tri-County Oil & Gas Expo

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ashington County Fair Grounds played host to the fourth annual Tri-County Oil & Gas Expo in Washington, Pa., on May 18 and 19. The event kicked off with a Marcellus Mingle exclusive networking social on May 18. Also held at the fairgrounds, this evening event featured food, drink and entertainment along with an opportunity to meet with professionals in the oil and gas industry.

Tesmec USA Inc.’s National Sales Manager Bryan Blankenship and his wife Samantha came in from Indiana for the expo.

The annual Expo is designed to focus on business opportunities within Fayette, Greene and Washington counties, along with the entire region, as a result of energy resources developments within the Marcellus Shale play. Introduced by Community Bank, the Expo has grown into a joint venture comprised of representatives from local government, private businesses and educational institutions.

(L-R): As the show sponsors, Community Bank’s Jennifer Ross, Chad McMillen and Cindy Hughes welcome visitors to the expo.

(L-R): Precision Laser & Instruments’ Kevin Vernocy, Todd Courines and Christine Iksic talked about laser and GPS applications in gas and oil well site development.

Mountain Top Excavation LLC’s Kristi Woods and Brandon Reese were on hand to discuss their company’s range of service.

J & J Truck Equipment’s Todd Imes talks trucks with show attendees.

The group also is planning a Tri-County Oil & Gas Employment Expo to be held June 8; a Tri-County Oil & Gas Business to Business Expo to be held on Sept. 7; and a Marcellus Health & Safety Summit on Sept. 23. For more information, visit http://tricountyoilandgas expo.com.

Allegheny Crane Rental’s Russ Wilson demonstrates the Grove 5275 275-ton (249 t) crane.

Chris LaBarte (L), LaBarte Energy Services LLC, gets the lowdown on pumps from Martin Burke of Total Equipment Company (TEC)

(L-R): Highway Equipment Company’s Jeff Smithco, Dale Leslie and John McNally kept busy discussing the Hyundai, Kawasaki and Finn equipment on hand at their outdoor display.

Commonwealth Equipment’s Kristopher Malone was on hand to discuss portable screening, crushing and conveying equipment.

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JCB Adds JCB of New York City to Its Dealership Network JCB’s North American dealer network continues to expand with the addition of JCB of NYC, a full-service dealer specializing in sales, rentals and leasing of construction, industrial, landscape and maintenance equipment in New York City. Formerly known as Lapietra Machinery and located at 5320 3rd Ave. in downtown Brooklyn, JCB of NYC is committed to providing outstanding customer service and product support. “It is our pleasure to join the JCB dealer network and exceed customer expectations with such an outstanding product line,” said Sal Messina, owner of JCB of NYC. “We’re excited to be affiliated with such a widely respected global organization. I know our customers throughout New York City will benefit by having JCB’s quality, reliable machines and attachments available to help

them improve their productivity and their bottom lines.” In addition to offering a vast array of JCB products, JCB of NYC also will offer fullservice maintenance facilities, well-trained, professional mechanics and fully stocked parts departments. From minor tune-ups and maintenance to major overhauls, JCB of NYC’s staff knows the importance of keeping machines up and running. “Sal and the team at JCB of NYC are committed to providing outstanding customer service and product support to their customers,” said JCB Vice President of Sales Van Clarkson. “We look for those very qualities as we bring dealers into the JCB family.” For more information, call 800/956-3250 or visit www.jcbofnyc.com.

1998 WIRTGEN MILLING MACHINE, Stk #: U20337, 9918 HRS, 48” COMBO CUTTER, SLOPE SENSOR ....................................$89,000

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ROLLERS 2006 Hamm HDO120V, STK #: U30202, 78” Smooth Double Drum Roller, Oscillation & Vibration, ROPS updated......................................................................................$74,500 2005 Bomag BW213DH3C, STK #: U20886, 84” Smooth, Single Drum, Cab w/Air, 2400 Hrs ......................................................................................................................$62,000 2009 Wacker RD12A, STK #: U30319, 36” Smooth, Double Drum, 107 Hrs......$15,500 (3) 2007 Wacker RT82-SC, 32” Trench Rollers, 400-500 Hrs ......................$14,750 Ea. (5) 2009 Wacker RT82-SC2, 32” Trench Rollers, 200-350 Hrs ....................$17,000 Ea.

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2007 CASE CX460, Stk #: U20839, 4230 HRS, 13’1” ARM ............................................$139,000

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Manitowoc Opens New Product Verification Center A crane can only be as good as the sum of its parts. That’s why Manitowoc Cranes has built a multimillion dollar, testing facility to rigorously scrutinize the components that go into its cranes. The Product Verification Center at Manitowoc’s Shady Grove, Pa., facility will help produce stronger, more-reliable cranes. By allowing rigorous testing of component performance and working life cycles, it will give Manitowoc engineers new insight into the anticipated performance of cranes in the field. It also will speed up the product development phase for new designs, reduce warranty claims and on-site stoppages, and allow for the direct comparison of supplier components, according to the manufacturer. Eric Etchart, Manitowoc’s president and general manager, said the Product Verification Center represents an investment in quality. “For Manitowoc and its customers, this new center marks the beginning of an exciting phase in modern crane design and testing,” he said. “By meticulously inspecting the quality and endurance of individual components, we will be able to reach new, unprecedented levels of quality. We believe there’s no other facility like this in the crane industry.” The center features a number of technologies that will deliver detailed pictures of anticipated component performance. Among the most significant are: • A severe environment test (HALT) chamber that can mimic extreme temperature swings and test component reaction to continuous vibration. • A walk-in temperature and humidity chamber that’s large enough to fit entire crane cabs, consoles and power boxes. • A four-channel structural test system with advanced feedback control. • An electrical and software testing lab. • Imaging systems for forensic analysis, including a thermal imaging camera and microscopes. • A materials lab with a scanning electron microscope, flaw detector and hardness tester. • A cyclic corrosion chamber, which recreates salt water exposure and fog conditions. The Product Verification Center will test designs earlier in the product development process than was previously possible. That means suppliers and their components can be vetted before the products are placed in cranes. Also, the head start allows Manitowoc engineers to discover any potential difficulties at an earlier stage and devise solutions long before equipment reaches job sites. Jim MacIntyre, director of global quality systems of Manitowoc, said the Product Verification Center is already improving crane performance. “It’s still very early, but we’re already seeing some inter-

Management from Manitowoc Cranes cut the ribbon to officially open the company’s Product Verification Center at its facility in Shady Grove, Pa.

Jim MacIntyre, director of global quality systems of Manitowoc, gives a presentation to guests at the inauguration of the PVC.

esting results. For example, we recently used thermal imaging technology when analyzing engine performance on one of our industrial cranes. As a result, we adjusted the design to increase fuel economy and improve productivity,” he said. “In the future, we will be able to replicate this kind of innovation on a much bigger scale.” Alan Calta, director of the Product Verification Center, leads a specially-trained staff of 41 managers, technicians and engineers. The team has fashioned a proprietary verification management system to organize, prioritize, summarize, compare and archive the center’s test results. Additionally, Manitowoc’s experts will be able to develop competitive standards for verification and processes in the future. The new facility allows for the testing of entire cranes, too. Engineers are able to view cranes being tested on one of the

The team from the PVC on one of the six test pads located outside the facility.

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center’s six test pads, for example, and monitor the results in real time. The center’s roof is tall enough to allow for the full extension of crane booms, so engineers can accurately recreate job site conditions. The Product Verification Center took less than a year to build with an aggressive schedule and major push by key individuals from Manitowoc’s plant operations, engineering and purchasing teams. The biggest challenge was recruiting talent for a team that could meet the heavy demands of the product verification requirements. Manitowoc started researching and planning for the center in 2009 as part of its commitment to continuous quality improvement. The company discovered that many of its suppliers weren’t able to test their own products and when they did, the measurements were often incomplete. Driven by the desire to understand as much as possible about each component that goes into a Manitowoc crane, the company decided it should create its own verification facility. For more information, visit www.manitowoc.com.

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Allis-Chalmers HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale............$75 Allis-Chalmers HD-41 Dozer, 1:25 Scale ....................$200 Bantam C-35 Crawler Backhoe, 1:50 Scale ..................$70

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Dynapac CC232 Vibratory Compactor, 1:35 Scale ......$55

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John Deere 624K Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ................$45

Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:50 Scale ................$25

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Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ................$40

Caterpillar 785D Mining Truck, 1:50 Scale..................$160

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Bobcat M200 Gold Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ......$35

Caterpillar 977 Traxcavator, 1:50 Scale ........................$60

Komatsu HD605 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........$85

Bobcat Tractor/Trailer Set, 1:50 Scale ..........................$90

Caterpillar 980G Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$50

Komatsu HM250 Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........$75

Case CX210B Excavator, 1:50 Scale ............................$35

Caterpillar 992G Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$80

Komatsu PC14R Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$50

Case 330B Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale......................$35

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Komatsu PC2000-8 Front Shovel, 1:50 Scale ............$235

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John Deere 850K Crawler Dozer, 1:50 Scale ................$65

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Link-Belt 3200 All-Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ..............$200

Caterpillar D6T XW Track-Type Tractor ........................$70

Northwest 25-D Backhoe, 1:50 Scale ............................$85

Caterpillar D7E Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale..........$100

Northwest 25-D Shovel, 1:50 Scale ..............................$70

Caterpillar D8R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale............$55

Terex AC100/4 All-Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ..............$180

Caterpillar D11R Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ........$100 Caterpillar 247B Multi-Terrain Loader, 1:32 Scale........$35

John Deere 772CH Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale ..............$35

Komatsu SK1026 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ........$45

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Caterpillar 140H Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale ..................$75

John Deere 624K Military Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..$35

Link-Belt 80100 Rough Terrain Crane

Terex RC45 Rough Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ............$180 Vogele Vision 5200-2 Paver, 1:50 Scale ......................$150

Caterpillar 308C CR Mini-Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..........$65

Volvo A25D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ....................$75

Caterpillar 365C Front Shovel, 1:50 Scale..................$120

Volvo BL71 Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ......................$50

Caterpillar 416 Backhoe/Loader, 1:32 Scale ................$75

Volvo L90E Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..........................$75

Caterpillar 623G Elevating Motor Scraper, 1:50 Scale $40

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Rish Equipment Team Building ‘Support Driven’ Culture By Eric Olson

Rish Equipment’s facility in St. Albans, W.Va. The company has 12 full-service locations.

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Rish Equipment Company, which has sold and serviced construction and mining equipment in West Virginia, Virginia and Maryland for more than 70 years, has announced that it has elevated several key employees to new management positions in order to better serve its loyal customer base. The new management structure of the Bluefield, W.Va.-based firm followed the retirements in late 2011 of most of the company’s top executives, according to new CEO Myron Jones. With an eye toward helping its clients work more efficiently, Jones said that the first thing the new management team at Rish Equipment has been busily working toward in 2012 is instilling a new culture within the company that focuses on being “supportdriven.” “To us, this initiative is more than just a motto,” he explained. “In that the mining side of our business generally operates 24/7, we are trying to improve on the support we give them around the clock. We now run day shifts and night shifts on parts and service to support their efforts and offer them a support-driven mentality that we’ll leave no stone unturned to service a client and get their machine operational if they are in need of any kind of maintenance. “We are working hard to drive that culture throughout every facet of our organization.” Rish Equipment is a privately-held company owned for decades by the Davis family of Coeburn, Va. Jack Davis Jr. now serves the company as vice president of business analysis. Jones said that he is confident that Davis will continue to infuse the company with his family’s “entrepreneurial spirit” in his new role. “[Mr. Davis] has literally been with Rish since an early age and really provides a great continuity and future direction for our company,” Jones added. “In any privately held company, succession and continuity are always a concern for anybody working within that firm, including someone in my position as CEO. Having Jack Davis Jr. engaged in the company is both refreshing and quite comforting.” After serving for 15 years as vice president of mining sales for Rish Equipment, Jones will now be responsible for day-to-day operations as the new CEO. He has spent 30 years in the construction/mining equipment industry, which included stops at Komatsu and Ingersoll Rand. Like Davis and Jones, the five other new executives are all veterans of the industry who have long had ties to Rish Equipment. • Wesley Burke, the new company president, has worked with Rish Equipment affil-

“In any privately held company, succession and continuity are always a concern for anybody working within that firm, including someone in my position as CEO. Having Jack Davis Jr. engaged in the company is both refreshing and quite comforting.” Myron Jones

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After serving for 15 years as Vice President of mining sales for Rish Equipment, Myron Jones will now be responsible for day-to-day operations as the new CEO.

Rish Equipment is a privately-held company owned for decades by the Davis family of Coeburn, Va. Jack Davis Jr. is the current owner and will now serve the company as vice president of business analysis.

iates for 29 years and also has served a fouryear stint on the company’s Board of Directors and has served as a managing director. He has worked in the Mining Group as vice president, president and partner of Fairbanks Coal Co. Inc. In addition, he currently serves on the board at the Miners Exchange Bank in Coeburn, Va. • Dale Hall has been named vice president and chief operating officer and serves on the Rish Equipment board. He has logged 13 years of experience with the company and has worked for various Davis family owned businesses for 24 years. In his new job, Hall manages Rish’s product support division. • Rish Equipment’s new vice president, chief financial officer and secretary/treasurer is Steve Hamilton. After starting out with the company as comptroller in 1986, he was later promoted to secretary/treasurer before assuming his current title. • Buddy McGlothlin has been appointed vice president of sales in the Bluefield headquarters, after serving for 18 years in sales and branch management for Rish Equipment in Virginia and West Virginia. McGlothlin brings 32 years of experience in mining and industrial sales management to his new position with Rish. • After having been a Komatsu equipment sales representative since 1982, Chip Bohlen has been elevated to the position of vice president and general manager of Virginia operations for Rish Equipment. He is a 12year veteran of the Virginia Division of Rish Equipment (previously Mitchell). In his new role, he will be responsible for the daily see RISH page 38

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of new, used and rental equipment and offers complete maintenance facilities in each of its locations. Rish Equipment employ 250 people companywide, including approximately 100 field service mechanics. Jones said that Komatsu makes up the firm’s largest product line, followed by Atlas Copco, Dynapac, Sennebogen, LeeBoy and NPK. Headquartered right in the heart of coal country, most of Rish Equipment’s business is understandably mining-related. With coal companies located in the south near Bluefield all the way north to Morgantown, West Virginia is home to many of Rish’s top energy clients and coal mines, including its largest client, Alpha Natural Resources. Rish also does business with Arch Coal and Patriot Mining, as well as other coal companies. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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Volvo Construction Caterpillar to Sell Part of Bucyrus Equipment Commits to Distribution Business to Barloworld WWF Climate Savers Caterpillar Inc. and Barloworld Limited announced that Caterpillar Global Mining LLC and Barloworld have signed an agreement for Barloworld to acquire the Bucyrus equipment distribution and support business in South Africa and Botswana. The transaction between Caterpillar and Barloworld is valued at approximately $115 million. In addition, Caterpillar Global Mining has assigned to Barloworld its agreements with Eqstra NH Equipment (Pty) Limited and Eqstra Botswana (Pty) Limited (together referred to as ‘Eqstra’) for the purchase of Eqstra’s South Africa and Botswana Bucyrus distributorship and mining services businesses. For Barloworld, the total transaction, including the former Eqstra mining services businesses, is valued at approximately $175 million. “We’re pleased to announce this agreement today as we continue to make good progress on our transition of the product distribution and support of former Bucyrus machinery to Cat dealers around the world,” said Steve Wunning, Caterpillar group president

During the only United States stopover for the Volvo Ocean Race, Volvo Construction Equipment celebrated its recently announced partnership with the World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) Climate Saver program. The company took the opportunity of President Pat Olney’s press conference to announce details of the partnership with the WWF for the first time to North American based journalists. The cooperation between Volvo Construction Equipment and the WWF forms part of the Volvo Group’s wider commitment to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions by 30 million tons from construction equipment, buses and trucks made between 2009 and 2014. Of this total, Volvo CE is dedicated to cutting its carbon dioxide output by 15 million tons in that timeframe. Volvo Construction Equipment officially joined the program in February 2012. Volvo Construction Equipment is working to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions from its products and production units, an effort that includes technologies for enhancing fuel efficiency and finding alternative fuels. “At Volvo Construction Equipment, environmental care is a core value, and that is much more than just a corporate statement: it’s something that we are taking very seriously and working hard to integrate into everything we do,” said Volvo Construction Equipment President and CEO Pat Olney. “That’s why we’re delighted to join our sister companies in The Volvo Group in collaborating with an established environmental organization such as the World Wildlife Fund. The WWF’s Climate Savers program is a challenging initiative that will help us to further reduce our CO2 emissions, increase our products’ fuel efficiency and The construction industry lost 7,000 demonstrate that we’re truly committed to environmental jobs between February and March, folsustainability.” lowing a similar decline of 6,000 the month before, but extended a pattern A Better Accommodation With Nature of modest year-over-year job increasThe World Wildlife Fund is one of the world’s largest and es, according to an analysis of new fedmost respected environmental organizations. Its vision is to eral employment data released by the stop the degradation of the environment and build a future in Associated General Contractors of which humans live in harmony with nature. Its Climate America. Association officials said that Savers program asks multinational companies to pledge to lack of long-term federal highway and reduce their CO2 output in the battle to reduce overall car- transit funding threatens to hold down bon-dioxide emissions. The agreed target must be more future job gains. “Both the small monthly change and ambitious than the company would have set on its own and the March-to-March gain of 55,000 must also signify that the company is leading its sector in the jobs or 1 percent are consistent with reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. The results will be the uneven, tentative recovery that reviewed by independent technical experts. contractors have been reporting The agreement with the WWF also states that the Volvo Group will reduce the CO2 emissions from its production nationwide,” said Ken Simonson, the plants by 0.2 million tons (12 percent) before 2014, com- association’s chief economist. He noted that March was the seventh conpared with 2008. In 2007, Volvo unveiled the world’s first secutive month that construction carbon-neutral automotive plant in Ghent, Belgium, where employment had risen from the same electricity is derived from wind power. The long-term objec- month a year earlier. “Meanwhile, the tive is to make all company facilities carbon-neutral. industry’s unemployment rate has For more information, call 717/532-9181 or visit been dropping faster than the pickup in www.volvo.com. construction jobs, implying that work-

with responsibility of Resource Industries. “Barloworld and Caterpillar have a longstanding relationship, and we look forward to realizing the growth opportunities created by this agreement.” Subject to customary closing conditions and required regulatory approvals, it is anticipated that the transaction will close in the third quarter of 2012. Upon completion of these transactions, Barloworld expects to begin providing sales, service and support for all of the former Bucyrus mining products in all its dealership territories in southern Africa. Clive Thomson, CEO of Barloworld said, “This acquisition is perfectly aligned with the group’s growth strategy. It builds on our existing strengths and will enhance our leading position in the mining industry by significantly expanding the range of equipment solutions we are able to provide to customers operating across southern Africa.” Following completion of the acquisition, approximately 470 former

Bucyrus and Eqstra employees and contract workers are expected to transition to Barloworld. Discussions are continuing between the companies in relation to the former Bucyrus distribution and support businesses in the Barloworld dealership territories in Russia and Iberia. Caterpillar continues to hold discussions with other Cat dealers that have mining activity in their territories and will continue to operate the former Bucyrus distribution business until the transitions have occurred in a given territory. To date, Caterpillar has closed similar transactions with Sime Darby Industrial and Finning International Inc. (for portions of the Bucyrus distribution and support business in South America and the U.K.). The company also has announced deals with three other dealers including Finning International Inc. (for portions of the Bucyrus distribution and support business in Canada), WesTrac Pty Limited and Ferreyros S.A.A. For more information, visit www.caterpillar.com.

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Every business is about numbers. If they’re not in your favor, you’re done. Walter Lipinski Jr. knows this better than most. And nobody knows his business better. Nothing gets by him. Every detail. Every order. He can practically tell you at a moment’s notice how much that tiny pile of sawdust cost him. But more importantly, how much he will earn by mixing, matching and maximizing varying lumber sources, transportation, staff and customer end users. It certainly would be easier to just do it like everybody else. Source all your lumber from the same places in the same geographic areas. Use the same transport truckers. Over and over. Repeat. And sell your products to customers in one-size-fits-all fashion. But that’s just lazy, according to the thinking of Walter Lipinski Jr. owner of Lipinski Logging & Lumber in Kennerdell, Pa., about an hour and a half outside Pittsburgh. Instead, opportunity and profit are his drivers. “Walter has an attention to numbers like I’ve never seen before from anyone,” said Ron Filipiak, Rudd Equipment Branch vice president. “By knowing every angle about the logging and lumber business, he can instantly spot a good deal that will make him profitable. “And because he has so many connections, he can match this resource 400 miles

away with this customer in his backyard. Or buy a surplus source here, mill it himself and ship it there. It’s about finding the most efficient, most profitable solution.” It’s quite simple really. You have three key elements: source hardwood species (which has to be cut and skidded off the land), milling (processing the product) and transportation shipping (from the sources after cutting and again with finished product to the customer). The key to profit is knowing when to mill it yourself. When to buy from another mill and ship it direct to a customer. Where to buy cut lumber cheaper, from this source today — and only today — but not next week. When to make arrangements with land owners to get the standing timber. Where to find and capitalize on niche markets. How to treat people. How to stay on top of a constantly shifting industry. “I’ve got guys calling me every day saying they’ve got timber,” said Lipinski. “Having the connections is important, because when a shale gas company calls and says they need 112,000 board feet — equivalent to 14 truckloads — by tomorrow, you need to be ready. We are ready.” Moving Yard Timber It all comes in as delimbed rough cut timber. Sometimes 24 in. (61 cm) in diameter. Long, bulky and covered in bark. Just a cut

on the top and the bottom of the nearly straight trunk. The logging trucks roll in daily, generally carrying 8,000 board ft. per load. After milling, a 1 by 6 in. by 12 ft. (2.5 by 15.2 cm by 3.7 m) plank will equate to 6 board ft. The logging rigs have grapples attached to the trucks for loading and unloading their cargo. But their idea of unloading is putting them down on the ground and driving away. This stuff isn’t light. That’s where Lipinski’s loaders come in. He uses several Volvo L50F wheel loaders at his three nearby milling operation sites. They use a set of straight fork attachments, a bucket for each mill location and four sets of grapples. “The Volvo loaders are sized perfect for running in a mill,” continued Lipinski. “We don’t have large areas to turn and the Volvos can get in and out of the stacks better than bigger loaders. They have good visibility to the attachment and they are quick. Get in and go. The guys like running them.” Lipinski used to run competitive make loaders. But they weren’t as fuel efficient as the Volvos turned out. And they experienced some break downs with the other machines. Tom Shore and Ron Filipiak at Rudd Equipment fixed that issue. In 2009, they brought a new L50F Volvo to Lipinski’s yard so his guys could demo it. Lipinski liked it so much he bought it on the spot. Then he bought four more.

“In addition to the mobility, the Volvos have plenty of power and great fuel efficiency, going through only1.7 gallons of fuel per hour. That savings adds up,” said Lipinski. “And we’ll get more Volvo loaders as we continue to grow.” Growing — By Demand Business isn’t just steady. It’s growing as fast as Lipinski and his staff can bring it in and get it out. In 2003 the company grossed $3.9 million. During the recession of 20072009 they climbed to $4.9 million, despite the fact that prices went down, volume stayed consistent. In 2010 the company jumped to $9 million in sales, and 2011 leapt to the $15 million mark. Including subcontractors, the company currently employs about 80 people. Lipinski Logging & Lumber mainly produces high-end grade lumber, industrial lumber/blocking (think huge support beams), railroad ties, the manufacturing of 15 loads of skids and pallets per week (think heavy-duty shipping pallets or crates — purchased mostly by steel mill customers all around the world) and 16 to 20 loads of mulch chips per week made from waste scrap. “Lipinski is the only saw mill in the entire area constantly running double shifts every see MILLING page 48

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The New Jersey Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. County: Middlesex Contract No.: 11112 Location: Route 440 Ramp V over State Street and Conrail deck replacement city of Perth Amboy. Project: BR-7811(117). Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Anselmi & Decicco Inc. — $7,505,600 • South State Inc. — $25,760,617 • Richard E Pierson Construction Company Inc. — $26,116,602 • Driscoll Construction Company Inc. d/b/a M. J. Driscoll — $27,811,661 • Agate Construction Company Inc. — $28,423,772 • Northeast Remsco Construction Inc. — $30,324,758 • JPC Group Inc. — $30,743,171 • A.P. Construction Inc. — $33,422,444 • The Delaney Group Inc. — Irregular • Kiska Construction, Inc. — Irregular • Vollers Excavating & Construction Inc. — Irregular Completion Date: May 19, 2015 Counties: Morris, Hudson, Essex, Bergen, Passaic, Sussex, Union and Warren Contract No.: 11411 Location: Maintenance drainage cleaning, video and repair contract, North-2012, DP# 11411 various locations in north region. Project: 100 percent state. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • IEW Construction Group Inc. — $1,204,432 • Mount Construction Company Inc. — $1,287,063 • Lucas Construction Group Inc. — $2,397,999 Completion Date: Dec. 31, 2012 County: Middlesex Contract No.: 11112 Location: Route 440 Ramp V over State Street and Conrail deck replacement city of Perth Amboy. Project: BR-7811(117). Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Anselmi & Decicco Inc. — $7,505,600 • Midlantic Construction LLC — $8,241,626 • Ferreira Construction Company Inc. — $8,293,818 • J.F.Creamer & Son Joint Venture with Joseph M. Sanzari Inc. — $8,679,993 • Gardner M Bishop Inc. — $8,932,830 • IEW Construction GP Inc. — $9,110,841 • Union Paving & Construction Company Inc. — $9,213,659 • Power Concrete Company Inc. — $9,385,329 • Berto Construction Inc. — $9,459,501 • Kyle Conti Construction LLC — $9,754,305 Completion Date: Feb. 7, 2014 County: Essex Contract No.: 11120

Location: Liberty Water Gap Trail city of Newark. Project: State. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • H&G Contractors Inc — $1,128,929 • Green Construction Inc. — $1,145,852 • New Prince Concrete Construction Company Inc. — $1,267,011 Completion Date: Nov. 22, 2013 County: Middlesex Contract No.: 11118 Location: Route 35 over Cheesequake Creek Bridge rehabilitation paving and structures borough of Sayreville and township of Old Bridge. Project: BR-7091(166). Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Agate Construction Company Inc. — $25,493,808 • Anselmi & Decicco Inc. — $26,823,193 • IEW Construction GP Inc. — $26,918,673 • J.F.Creamer & Son Joint Venture with Joseph M. Sanzari Inc. — $28,443,842 • J H Reid General Contractor — $29,282,628 • Kiska Construction Inc. — $30,310,000 • Union Paving & Construction Company Inc. — $32,182,929 Completion Date: Sept. 30, 2013 County: Bergen Contract No.: 11409 Location: Traffic monitoring system — yearly integration of assets (TMS-YINKA) various locations statewide. Project: MGS-C00S(139). Contractors and Bid Amounts:

• Kevco Electric Inc. — $1,545,882 • HBC Company Inc. — $1,922,498 • IEW Construction GP Inc. — $2,625,258 • Daidone Electric Inc. — Irregular Completion Date: July 31, 2013 Counties: Morris, Hudson, Essex and others Contract No.: 11427 Location: Maintenance hot mix asphalt pavement repair in various locations. Project: 100 percent state. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Della Pello Paving Inc. — $2,080,925 • Schifano Construction Corp. — $2,238,536 • Joseph Defino Trucking Company Inc. T/A Defino Contracting Company — $2,442,200 • Intercounty Paving Association LLC — $2,513,897 • Tilcon New York Inc. — $2,922,000 • Crisdel Group Inc. — Irregular Completion Date: Dec. 31, 2012 Counties: Burgen, Essex, Hudson and others Contract No.: 11405 Location: Maintenance concrete structural repair at various sites. Project: 100 percent state. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • IEW Construction Group Inc. — $8,109,510 • H&G Contractors Inc. — $11,158,200 • Joseph M Sanzari Inc. — $13,472,101 • Gardner M Bishop Inc. — $13,872,300 • Power Concrete Company Inc. — Irregular Completion Date: Dec. 31, 2012

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day — and expanding,” said Filipiak. Lipinski Logging is outputting 400,000 board ft. per week. Lipinski said he has the capacity to handle 1,000,000 board ft. per week and he plans to hit that production figure inside the next two years. The key to getting there is buying the right timber and producing high-end, quality products that customers demand. When buying timber, Lipinski makes sure the company does it right. That means paying property owners fairly for their standing timber. It also means employing select cutting, which involves cutting only the trees that are ready to yield a higher volume of useable board feet. Clear cutting involves cutting everything and anything down — but this method is wasteful and harmful to future cultivation. A 14 in. (35.6 cm) diameter tree produces 48 board ft. In about 15 years’ time the 14 in. tree will now be an 18 in. (45.7 cm) diameter tree, but will produce approximately 100 board ft., doubling the output and clearly providing much greater value for those that selectively wait. A Rift That Separates From the Rest Something that effectively separates Lipinski Logging from most mills is that they produce rift and quartered lumber. The process is becoming rarer in the industry because certain rift tech- When buying timber, Lipinski makes sure the company does it right. That means paying property owners fairly for their standing timber. niques mills use tend to produce a lot of waste scrap to achieve the desired result, In 2003 the company grossed $3.9 milwhich are boards with straight, up and down lion. During the recession of 2007-2009 “People always say, ‘don’t put all your wood grain. This grain orientation is pre- they climbed to $4.9 million, despite the eggs in one basket’ but, if it’s a good basferred because after production the board fact that prices went down, volume ket…,” said Lipinski. “Our customers stick doesn’t shrink or warp as much as regular cut stayed consistent. with us because of customer service and the lumber or even quarter sawn lumber. For this fact that we are the only ones that can proreason rift and quartered wood is preferred as vide them with the consistent volume of a premium for products such as hardwood product that they require. That requires runflooring. ning the hours that we do.” “We’ve got a technique that makes producing this cut cost effective during producA Different Approach tion,” explained Lipinski. “These logs weigh Walter Lipinski takes a very straight fora lot, but we’ve found a way to use the ward approach with his customers. He tells hydraulics of the milling machines and a prethem up front why it makes sense for them to cision technique with the saw blade to make use his company. And then he proves it. this very effective with far less waste.” Many of his customers like to spread the work around to two or three suppliers, but A Loaded 96-Hour Week Lipinski wants all the business. And then There is a beehive of activity taking place once they see the quality, the consistency and at the mills —18 hours a day during the week how it makes smart business sense, Lipinski and into Saturdays. The Volvo loaders help usually becomes their sole supplier. them keep production on pace. The L50F “My approach is all about common loaders are all over the grounds. Some are using grapples to machines.” sense,” summarized Walter. “Common sense is the ability to Filipiak knows the product well through his 35 years in use what you know. That’s what I try to do. And to do it betpick up the whole, unprocessed logs. They carry them over to the debarking machine, where the logs begin their journey the equipment business, the last 25 with Rudd Equipment. ter than everybody else.” through the mill, first getting sliced up by the main, 5-ft. (1.5 Rudd has been calling on Lipinski pretty much since he If old school in logging means just winging it or not paym) diameter saw. The loaders are also busy loading sawdust, opened for business in 1997. ing close attention to the details because it worked in the “I work with Ron and Tom at Rudd because they take care past, well, Lipinski is definitely not old school. It’s a nummulch and of course Pennsylvania snow that gets in the way. “These loaders really are ideal for this application,” added of me,” said Lipinski. “Certainly equipment, service when- bers game that he plays to win. 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Three ‘Trains’ of Excavators Keep Railway Job on Track J. F. White Contracting Company, one of Massachusetts’ largest heavy/civil contractors, is about to finish rebuilding a 56-mi. (90 km) commuter railway in metropolitan Boston. It is nearly a year ahead of schedule and under budget, due to the company’s unique use of three “trains” of multiple excavators mounted on railroad bodies, outfitted with complex and semi-automated hydraulic attachments. “In preparing our bid to win the contract,” said Nick Bruno, J.F. White’s project superintendent, “we felt an aggressive plan incorporating the newest technology, new or nearly new equipment, and a proven work force would not only win us the contract, but allow us to confidently shoot for earning the bonus of an early completion.” The specialized equipment has been sourced from several places. One is Rail Construction Equipment (RCE), a Chicago-based manufacturer of specialized attachments designed for Hitachi excavators and Deere wheel loaders and motorgraders. Another is Taibbi Equipment Corporation, a local minority-owned equipment-leasing company. Not only did it rent out new Hitachi ZX80 excavators with special attachments already mounted to high-rail bases, but it provided skilled operators as well. J.F. White found this combo package especially attractive. And Schmidt Equipment, the Massachusetts Hitachi/John Deere dealer, also has provided equipment and technical expertise. Overall, although some equipment pieces were bought, most have been rented. see WHITE page 54

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Joseph F. White Sr. bought his first truck in 1918 to haul materials to contractors paving some of the first roads around rural Massachusetts. He built a thriving company until he was nearly undone by the economic upheaval of 1929. He modified his customer list and moved into hauling coal for residential heating. After World War II, J.F.’s sons worked to build the company into the well-recognized heavy/civil contractor that it is today. A principal connection developed due to their successful work for the Boston Metropolitan District Commission, the district’s authority for the region’s water and sewer systems, Don Masley (L), sales manager, Schmidt Equipment roads, and recreational Inc., with Nick Bruno, project superintendent, J.F. White Contracting Company. facilities.

Taibbi Equipment Corporation provides dump trucks, excavators, a wide variety of construction equipment, and skilled operators to help Boston-area contractors quickly go to work with a team of craftsmen and first-rate equipment. They are not subcontractors, but instead provide the tools and muscle to work on job sites under the direction of the hiring contractor. The company also qualifies as a minority company serving an important role in meeting all requirements of the contract. “The Hitachi excavators are well liked by our customers because of the noticeably better fuel economy and smooth, efficient work that our operators can achieve,” said Lynne Taibbi. “We like the Hitachi because of its dependability. It’s just a Lynne and Frank Taibbi. bulletproof machine.”

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From the Bleachers “Money. Why does anybody do anything?” Anybody who knows anything knows that is true. The 2012 Wegmans LPGA Championship at Locust Hill Country Club has come and gone, but the two humongous, scary questions about the tournament won’t go away: Will Wegmans remain the tournament sponsor and if so will the LPGA keep it as a major? No doubt there are those who know the future of this tournament — if it has one — but you can find out what goes on behind closed doors in the White House easier than getting the two answers we’re all waiting to hear. And we all have our fingers crossed that that the answers are “yes” and “yes.” As my mind wandered from tee to green at beautiful and brutal Locust Hill, another issue keep creeping into my golf brain and the question wouldn’t go away: Why in the name of Curtis Strange hasn’t the U.S. Open been held at Oak Hill Country Club’s East Course since 1989? That’s right, 23 long years ago, when Tom Kite blew a two-shot lead, shot a final round 78 and finished tied for ninth. Strange started the final round with 15 straight pars, finished 2under par and beat Chip Beck, Mark McCumber and Ian Woosnam by one shot. And as I wrote back then, Strange didn’t win the Open, Kite lost it. Oak Hill has hosted every major golf championship except the Masters and the British Open — the only course in the U.S. to do so. Those include the Open (1956, 1958, 1989) PGA Championship (1980, 2003), the Senior Open (1984), the U.S. Amateur (1949, 1998), the Ryder Cup (1995) and the Senior PGA (2008). Next year, the PGA Championship will be played at Oak Hill for the third time. I have tried to get an answer to why it has been two decades and three years since the Open was played in Rochester. I might as well have been asking those who run the USGA for their bank account number. The most common response I got was “we can’t talk about it.” It has been said — make that whispered — that Wegmans will no longer be the tournament sponsor and there are some members at Locust Hill who don’t want the tournament there anymore. Nothing, though, has been said about Oak Hill getting the Open again anytime soon, if ever. However, Jerry Stahl, co-chairman of the Wegmans LPGA Championship and a member of Oak Hill for many years, said he remains optimistic about both issues. “We’re still negoti-

ating with the LPGA,” he said. “Nothing has been finalized with Wegmans or the LPGA. We expect to have it resolved in a month.” As for the Open coming back to Rochester and Oak Hill, “I hope so, and Oak Hill hopes so,” he said. Of course, the issue is … you guessed it: money. Stahl mentioned the revenue stream in cities like San Francisco, site of this week’s U.S. Open, San Diego and New York. And as he said, the corporate structure in New York City is much larger than here in Rochester. Perfect example: Bethpage Park on Long Island, where the Open was played in both 2002 and 2009. Twice there in seven years and Oak Hill not even once since 1989? Why? Oh, yeah, I’ve already answered that. Then I thought I’d run the dollar sign by USGA Managing Director of Communications Joe Goode if money is the bottom line. “No, it’s not,” he said from San Francisco, where the Open is being played this week at the legendary Olympic Club. “There’s a whole host of factors (in deciding the Open site) — community support, a challenging and competitive example of golf.” Excuse me, but do golf courses get anymore challenging than Oak Hill’s East Course? Bethpage Black is brutal, all right, but Tiger Woods shot 3-under par to win there in 2002 and Lucas Glover won there in 2009 at 4-under. Also in ’09, there were three other players who finished 2-under par. Goode did say that if Oak Hill were to approach the USGA about hosting another Open, it would be considered. And as we say in journalism, “if your mother tells you she loves you, check with another source.” When it comes to golf, an Open course couldn’t be any better than Oak Hill East. And when it comes to golf communities, there are none better than right here. As I’ve said for years, Oak Hill is our Lourve. And the Open not coming back to Oak Hill would be like artists telling the Lourve they don’t want their paintings there anymore. I have no proof, but there is no doubt in my mind that Oak Hill would love to host its fourth U.S. Open. “I hope so and Oak Hill hopes so,” Stahl said, and that about sums it up. Just hope I’m alive if and when it happens! (Rick Woodson is a regular columnist for the “Rochester Business Journal” in Rochester, N.Y., and is the author of “Words of Woodson”, a collection of sports columns, available at www.authorhouse.com and www.thegolftee.net. Woodson’s e-mail address is rwoodson@rochester.rr.com.)

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J.F. White Contracting Company relies on Hitachi excavators to help maintain their reputation of delivering high-profile, fast-track jobs. WHITE from page 50

Keeping on Track The project calls for the removal of 160,000 concrete ties that had prematurely failed, and the installation of 187,000 new wooden ties in their place. Work began at 9 a.m. weekdays, after the last morning-rush commuter train has run and rail service suspended. By 3:30 p.m., the track must be completely restored to service, so the afternoon rush trains can run.

During those six and-a-half hours, buses ferry commuters from station to station, arranged for by J.F. White. In addition, 56 railroad grade crossings are being totally rebuilt. This is done on the weekends, when the tracks and roads can be completely shut down. Besides the ZX80s, a ZX190W-3, customized with a high-rail base and grapple, loads up the old concrete ties for trips to a recycling crusher. Due to the nonstop reliability of the Hitachi equip-

The rail route is walked multiple times during the arduous course of the work.

ment plus the tight management and oversight of J.F. White, the project should be completed in under half the time budgeted by the railway’s owner, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. J.F. White is a longtime, loyal user of Hitachi excavators, with a fleet ranging from the ZX80s leased for this project to a number of ZX190W-3 wheeled excavators and the larger ZX450 excavators. This article was reprinted with permission from Hitachi Breakout Magazine first issue of 2012.

The mechanized trains of equipment kept the job on budget and ahead of schedule.

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The New York State Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. County: Broome Project No.: D261798 Project: Bridge replacement (composite girder) of I-86 eastbound over I-81 northbound in the town of Kirkwood. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Economy Paving Company Inc. — $4,196,174 • Bette & Cring LLC — $4,265,268 • Vector Construction Corp. — $4,539,467 • R De Vincentis Construction — $4,561,000 • FAHS Construction Group — $4,573,597 • Tioga Construction Company Inc. — $4,603,352 • Slate Hill Constructors Inc. — $4,769,624 • Kubricky Construction Corp. — $5,072,718 • Lancaster Development Inc. — $5,398,678 County: Essex Project No.: D261813 Project: Bridge site restoration of the New York State side of the Lake Champlain Bridge in the town of Crown Point. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Kubricky Construction Corp. — $1,080,650 • Peckham Road Corp. — $1,125,603 • Luck Brothers Inc. — $1,285,576 • Rifenburg Construction Inc. — $1,359,254 • Steven E Fuller Excavating Inc. — $1,558,270 • Reale Construction Company Inc. — $1,649,000

• Crane Hogan Structural Systems — $1,313,696 • Sealand Contractors Corp — $1,360,158 • C P Ward Inc. — $1,834,828

County: Steuben Project No.: D261815 Project: N.Y. Route 417 over tributary to Tuscarora Creek, bridge replacement (3 sided precast concrete span units, BIN 1012590), in the town of Jasper. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Slate Hill Constructors Inc. — $1,327,020 • Cold Spring Construction Company — $1,340,440 • Ramsey Constructors Inc. — $1,349,545 • Crane Hogan Structural Systems — $1,383,507 • Dolomite Prod d/b/a: A L Blades — $1,447,515 • Vector Construction Corp. — $1,516,897 • The L C Whitford Company Inc. — $1,584,292 • C P Ward Inc. — $1,609,882

County: Essex Project No.: D261858 Project: Bridge replacement on Rte. 9N over Norton Brook in the town of Keene. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Bette & Cring LLC — $1,281,614 • Luck Brothers Inc. — $1,400,259 • C.D. Perry LLC — $1,423,370 • W M Schultz Construction Inc. — $1,439,291 • Tioga Construction Company Inc. — $1,522,432 • Vector Construction Corp. — $1,534,770 • Kubricky Construction Corp. — $1,608,602 • Reale Construction Company Inc. — $1,698,000 • Gallo Construction Corp. — $1,846,690

County: Schuyler Project No.: D261855 Project: Route 224 bridge and culvert replacement over Cayuta Creek and tributary to Seneca Lake Inlet in the towns of Cayuta and Catherine. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Slate Hill Constructors Inc. — $1,073,258 • Economy Paving Company Inc. — $1,092,289 • Dolomite Prod d/b/a: A L Blades — $1,212,673 • Vector Construction Corp. — $1,219,117 • Cold Spring Construction Company — $1,224,312 • R De Vincentis Construction — $1,271,000 • FAHS Construction Group — $1,273,777

County: Schuyler Project No.: D261860 Project: Bridge and large culvert replacement on N.Y. Rte. 228 over the Taughannock Creek in the town of Hector. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Economy Paving Company Inc. — $1,086,984 • Dolomite Prod D/B/A: A L Blades — $1,189,509 • Vector Construction Corp. — $1,207,323 • Slate Hill Constructors Inc. — $1,223,348 • Villager Construction Inc. — $1,233,058 • Sealand Contractors Corp. — $1,257,932 • Cold Spring Construction Company — $1,274,859 • Crane Hogan Structural Systems — $1,280,563

• FAHS Construction Group — $1,297,688 • CCI Companies Inc. — $1,319,769 • Bothar Construction LLC — $1,334,688 • C P Ward Inc. — $1,686,585 County: St. Lawrence Project No.: D261877 Project: NYS Route 56, 3.37 km of asphalt concrete reconstruction & replacement of the Route 56 Bridge over the Cold Brook (composite girder) in the town of Colton. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Kubricky Construction Corp — $4,592,311 • Rifenburg Construction Inc. — $4,894,115 • Luck Brothers Inc. — $4,918,554 • Ketco Inc. — $5,196,011 • CCI Companies Inc. — $5,622,255 • Economy Paving Company Inc. — $5,643,013 • Vector Construction Corp. — $5,796,597 • W M Schultz Construction Inc. — $5,866,196 • Villager Construction Inc. — $6,154,661 • Barrett Paving Materials Inc. — $6,206,239 Counties: Erie and Niagara Project No.: D261892 Project: Bridge painting (10 bridges), towns of Niagara and Orchard Park, cities of Buffalo and Tonawanda. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • PCI International Inc. — $2,729,984 • Erie Painting & Maintenance — $2,771,338 • Marine Steel Painting Corp — $3,539,000 • Amstar of Western New York Inc. — $4,499,060 • Atlas Painting & Sheeting Corp. — $4,969,000

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The W.I. Clark Company www.wiclark.com 30 Barnes Industrial Park Rd. Wallingford, CT (203) 265-6781 Brookfield, CT (203) 775-1203 Plainfield, CT (860) 546-4808

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Mack Honors America’s Fallen Heroes at Ride for Freedom Mack Trucks employees honored America’s fallen or missing military heroes during the recent Memorial Day weekend Rolling Thunder — Ride for Freedom rally. Employees from the Mack Customer Center and Macungie Assembly Operations, both located in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, caravanned to Hagerstown, Md., for a memorial ceremony at the company’s powertrain plant. Following the ceremony, Lehigh Valley and Hagerstown employees traveled by truck and motorcycle to the nation’s capitol, joining thousands of participants for the 25th annual rally. The tribute truck, a MACK Pinnacle Axle Forward model, featured special graphics honoring the sacrifices of American military personnel and promoting the Wounded Warrior Project, which provides programs and services to severely injured service members during the time between active duty and transition to civilian life. The tribute truck, a MACK Pinnacle Axle Forward model, featured special graphics honoring the sacrifices of American military personnel and promoting the Wounded Warrior Project, which provides programs and services to severely injured service members during the time between active duty and transition to civilian life.

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Mack Helps Drivers Tune Up for Championship Event The Mack Customer Center recently hosted the Lehigh Valley Truck Driving Championships TuneUp Drive, a warm-up for the upcoming Pennsylvania state championship competition. Throughout the May 20 event, more than 55 professional truck drivers from 15 companies showcased their on-road judgment and maneuvering abilities on a 10-point skills course. Tune-Up Drive competitors also tested their pre-trip prowess, identifying vehicle and load defects during the pre-trip inspection portion of the event. “We’re honored to host Tune-Up Drive and provide an environment for drivers to demonstrate their abilities and get acclimated to the competitive environment they’ll experience at state and national driving championships,” said Pat Meehan, Mack northeast region vice president. “Drivers competing in the driving championship events exhibit tremendous focus and dedication to their profession. Mack is committed to supporting professional drivers on the skills courses and on the highways.”

The Mack Customer Center recently hosted the Lehigh Valley Truck Driving Championships Tune-Up Drive, a warm-up for next month’s Pennsylvania state championship competition.

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The 65-ton HRG trailer is designed with the ability to add a tag- or pin-on axle to the jeep to allow a 3+3+2 axle configuration.

Talbert Manufacturing’s, 2+3+2 65-ton (59 t) HRG East Coast Trailer’s design includes a flip extension to accommodate a tandem-axle jeep dolly, permitting it for use in all states at full rating. Also designed for flexibility and versatility, the 65-ton HRG hydraulic gooseneck trailer is ideal for a variety of markets including general construction, heavy-haul trucking and oilfields. The 65-ton HRG trailer is designed with the ability to add a tag- or pin-on axle to the

jeep to allow a 3+3+2 axle configuration. Especially crucial for those without a 4-axle tractor, operators can access the optional pinon axle for the jeep to maintain axles that are legal to scale the payload. Featuring 60-in. (152 cm) axle spacing, as well as an airlift on axle 3 and a chain lift on axles 1, 2, 4, and 5, the trailer is capable of running with 3, 4, or 5 axles in a row without the booster. Additionally, the trailer is equipped with an optional Cleral onboard

scale system that meets the toughest trucking industry requirements. Offering a 28-ft. (8.5 m) deck length, the 65-ton HRG is rated for 65-tons in any 14-ft. (4.3 m) of deck length. It’s also adaptable to accommodate an additional 10-ft. (3 m) section of deck, varying in type from beam to drop side. Loaded deck height is 22-in. (56 cm) and the trailer features an 8-ft. 6-in. (2.6 m) deck width. Engineered with heavy-duty T-1,

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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section

The number 1 Distributor, Terex Fuchs award and proclamations from the Governor of Ohio and Congressman Steve Austria, Ohio’s 7th District.

A crowd of dignitaries, employees and local citizens gather just before the presentation of the award.

Company Wrench Presented With Top Terex Fuchs Distributor Award

Brad Hutchinson (L), owner of Company Wrench, accepts the award from Dean Barley, general manager of Terex Construction Americas.

Terex Construction Americas has recognized Company scrap and demolition industries, the Terex Fuchs line was a tomers and has resulted in a huge infusion of growth for our Wrench Ltd. as the top distributor of Terex Fuchs material natural fit to our equipment offering. As a result, the rela- company.” handlers for 2011. One of the top-performing distributors for tionship has allowed us to offer more solutions for our cusCompany Wrench’s road to becoming a heavy equipment several years, this is the first time Company Wrench has distributor began 13 years ago, when Hutchinson started been selected to receive the number 1 Terex Fuchs a truck, trailer and equipment shop in Fairfield County, equipment distributor award. The company was selected Ohio. At the time, the company offered 24-hour, sevenfor its continued growth with the material handler line, day-a-week wrecker and recovery service. top sales performance and superior service support of the It wasn’t until 2002 that Company Wrench turned its customer. focus to the demolition market, representing a line of “Starting with Brad Hutchinson [owner of Company specialty hydraulic attachments. In 2005, Terex Wrench] and carrying through to the sales and service Construction Americas began its relationship with personnel, the entire Company Wrench team is passionCompany Wrench to provide local sales and service supate beyond belief about ensuring the customer’s sucport for Terex Fuchs scrap and recycling customers cess,” said Dean Barley, general manager of Terex operating in Ohio. This gave Company Wrench a full Construction Americas. “It’s rewarding to work with a line of purpose-built material handlers designed for the distributor like Company Wrench, whose philosophy scrap, recycling and demolition markets. With its strong and dedication to the customer is in line with our combent on serving these markets, Company Wrench immemitment to the success of the customer.” diately became a top-performing distributor for the Local dignitaries at the event included (L-R) Nick Gatz, field On hand to receive the award for Company Wrench representative of Gov. John Kasich; Gary Gleckler, president, material handler line. were Hutchinson, Gary Gleckler — president, Scott Company Wrench; Shane Farnsworth, Fairfield County eco“We took the same philosophy of 24-7 repair servicCarpenter — CFO, and Cam Gabbard — vice president. nomic development director; Kathleen Young, field director of es demanded by the customer in the heavy wrecker busi“It’s an honor to have our team’s dedication to the U.S. Congressman Steve Austria (Ohio 7th District); Brad ness and adapted it to the scrap business for the Terex Terex Fuchs line recognized with this number one dis- Hutchinson, owner, Company Wrench; and Penny Hutchinson, Fuchs line,” said Gleckler. “We also offer a buy-back tributor award,” said Hutchinson. “With our focus on the asset manager, Company Wrench. see AWARD page 74

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Organization Also Recognized in Kasich, Austria Offices AWARD from page 71

program as part of our support package.” “The biggest cost is when a company’s equipment is down, and we make sure we have a service technician to the job site the same day we receive the call,” added Gabbard. “If a customer is in a remote location, we’ll fly the service personnel to the job site on our own plane to ensure he is up and running as quickly as possible.”

“We took the same philosophy of 24-7 repair services demanded by the customer in the heavy wrecker business and adapted it to the scrap business for the Terex Fuchs line.”

(L-R) are Judy Shupe, Fairfield County commissioner; Mike Kiger, Fairfield County commissioner; Brad Hutchinson, owner, Company Wrench; Penny Hutchinson, asset manager, Company Wrench; Steve Davis, Fairfield County commissioner; Kristy Jennings, marketing lead, Terex Construction Americas; Dean Barley, general manager, Terex Construction Americas; and Chris Koch, divisional sales manager, Terex Construction Americas.

Gary Gleckler Company Wrench

It is this dedication to the customer that has enabled Company Wrench to grow from 1 to 12 locations in 6 years. The number 1 Terex Fuchs equipment distributor award was presented to Company Wrench officials by Terex Construction Americas representatives Dean Barley, Chris Koch and Kristy Jennings in a ceremony held on May 1, 2012, at the distributor’s headquarters location in Carroll, Ohio.

A reception was held after the award ceremony.

The event was attended by Terex Construction Americas representatives, Company Wrench officials and employees as well as local and state dignitaries.

Joining Terex Construction Americas and Company Wrench officials were a host of local and state dignitaries, including representatives from the offices of Gov. John Kasich and Congressman Steve Austria of Ohio’s 7th District. In addition to being named the top Terex Fuchs equipment distributor for 2011, Company Wrench received proclamations from the offices of both Kasich and Austria. From a small initial territory representing Terex Fuchs material handlers, Company Wrench now offers sales and service support for multiple states in the midwestern and southern regions for Terex Fuchs. “This is a well-deserved honor for Company Wrench,” said Chris Koch, divisional sales manager of Terex Construction Americas. “They are a top-notch organization and one of our most dedicated distributors, not only to the product line but, more importantly, to the customer. We congratulate them on their success.” For more information, call 662/393-1800 or visit www.terex.com.

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Get the Big Picture Whether you are looking for portable track-mounted jaws, trackmounted cones or track-mounted screeners, Whitney & Son in partnership with Metso has the products and experience you are looking for. Since 1964, we have been working hard for the right to call ourselves experts in the field.

Serving all of New England Committed to Customer Support Since 1964! 95 Kelley Avenue Fitchburg, MA 04120

Aggregate producers and contract crushers alike call Whitney & Son for products like the LT106 and LT200 crusher. The only track-mounted crusher on the market that is road legal.

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Exclusive New England dealer for Metso, excluding mobile screeners.

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THE ONLY THING STRONGER

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The industry’s toughest, longest lasting wood processing equipment is available through the extensive network of authorized Bandit dealers. Contact yours today and see how a Bandit chipper, grinder, or recycler can help boost your operation’s bottom line.

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Westchester Tractor, Inc. Cleaves Co. Inc.

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300 Reservoir Street Needham, MA 02494 877-449-0833 Fax: 781-444-5611 www.cleavesco.com

25113 DuPont Blvd. Georgetown, DE 19947 888-733-5119 www.ironsourcede.com

Leslie Equipment Company 6248 Webster Rd. Cowen, WV 26206 304-226-3119 Fax: 304-226-3067 Beaver, WV 304-255-1525 Cross Lanes, WV 304-204-1818 Fairmont, WV 304-534-5454

Norton, WV 304-636-6421 Pikeville, KY 606-432-0321 Marietta, OH 740-373-5255 www.lec1.com

Modern Equipment 201 W. Church Rd., Suite 500 King of Prussia, PA 19046 800-445-4381 610-825-1952 Edison, NJ 732-738-9200 Sicklerville, NJ 800-682-7678 Bristol, PA 215-943-9100 www.moderngroup.com

Niagara Frontier Equipment Sales, Inc. 4060 Lake Ave. (Rt. 78) Lockport, NY 14094 716-434-2000 www.nfesales.com

Tyler Equipment Corp.

Westchester Tractor Inc.

251 Shaker Road East Longmeadow, MA 01028 800-292-6351 Berlin, CT 800-352-4473 www.tylerequipment.com

60 International Blvd. Brewster, NY 10509 845-278-7766 Fax: 845-278-4431 www.wtractor.com

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KPI-JCI Improves Service Curriculum by Implementing Advanced Training A dozen participants from across North America visited the Johnson Crushers International Inc. (KPI-JCI) manufacturing facility in Eugene, Ore., to attend the first-ever Advanced PRO Training Service School for track-mounted products. The PRO Training event, which was held April 23 to 27, focused on in-depth troubleshooting for track-mounted products. Terry Haas, field service technician and training coordinator at Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. (KPI-JCI), said KPI-JCI and

Astec Mobile Screens is transitioning its PRO Training curriculum to provide advanced troubleshooting solutions for service technicians in the field. A new online training program will be launched later in 2012 that will cover introductory material, Haas said. “Before, we would start at a 101 level and go over maintenance and lubrication and set-up and

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(L-R) are Cliff Bales (JCI); Terry Haas (KPI); Lee Dushane (Road Machinery & Supplies); Neil Peterson (Goodfellow Corp.); James Parsons (The Western Group); Dustin Brickey (Power Motive); Mario Perez (Madisa); Don Scott (Reuter Equipment); Leonard Teeters (Road Machinery & Supplies); Mark McNutt (JCI); Blair Koelner (KPI); and Erik Schmidt (JCI).

Shown is the wiring board for a KPI-JCI FT4250 impactor plant. In addition to the improved curriculum, the company also is using new displays, such as wiring boards and hydraulic schematic boards, to help participants visualize the components of the machine in the classroom.

start-up procedures,” Haas said. “We were spending too much time on information that most of our participants already knew. Now, new service technicians can review the introductory material first online and get themselves to the 401 level before coming to the factory, and we can spend much more time teaching our service technicians how to quickly troubleshoot a machine without wasting the customer’s time.” In addition to the improved curriculum, Haas and his team also have introduced new displays, such as wiring boards and hydraulic schematic boards, to help participants visualize the components of the machine in the classroom. Attendees for the April PRO Training event came from KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens’ authorized dealers Road Machinery & Supplies, Goodfellow Corp., The Western Group, Power Motive, Reuter Equipment and Madisa. The next advanced track-mounted product PRO Training event will be held at Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. in Yankton, S.D., Sept. 24 to 28, the week after the company hosts its National Dealer Conference (NDC) in Yankton. Participants will be able to utilize equipment from KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens’ three locations that was displayed at NDC to conduct hands-on training on a variety of equipment. For more information, visit www.kpijci.com/ customer-support/training/.

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USED RECYCLING EQUIPMENT

FEATURED EQUIPMENT

Systems and supplies for the aggregate, asphalt and recycling industries Track Mounted Crushers & Screens 2008 Metso Nordberg LT105 Track Mounted Jaw Crusher (28” x 42” ), 12 CY Hopper, Grizzly feeder, Side conveyor, Extended main conveyor, magnet, CAT engine. POR

2008 Metso Nordberg LT106 Track Mounted Jaw Crusher (28” x 42” ), 12 CY Hopper, Grizzly feeder, Side conveyor, Extended main conveyor, magnet, CAT engine. POR

2002 Pegson 1300 Maxtrak Track Mounted Cone Crusher, Cat diesel, 8100 hrs. POR

Wheel Mounted Crushers Metso Nordberg HP300CC Closed Circuit Cone Plant, Metso HP300 Cone, Metso 6x20 3-Shaft Triple deck screen, Triple axle chassis, Hydraulic leveling, Electrical controls. POR

Metso Nordberg NW400HP-RD Rear Discharge Cone Plant, Metso HP400 Cone, Single motor, Feed basket, Triple axle chassis, Hydraulic leveling, Electrical controls. POR

Metso Nordberg NW125-VF20 Chassis Mounted Jaw Crusher (37"x49"), C125 Jaw w/hyd. adjust, 20 ft Feeder, Quad axle chassis, Hydraulic leveling, Electrical controls. POR

Conveyors Superior Stackable Plus Conveyor(s) (30" x 60'), Electric drive. POR

Superior Radial Stacking Conveyor(s) (36" x 60'), Electric drive. POR

2007 Metso Nordberg LT105 Track Mounted Jaw Crusher (28” x 42”), 12 CY Hopper, Grizzly feeder, Side conveyor, Extended main conveyor, Magnet, CAT engine. POR

Screens, Feeders & Bins • Washing & Classifying Equipment • Hammers / Rock Breakers Cedarapids 6x20 3-Deck Horizontal Wash Screen w/Support, GreyStone single 44x32 screw, very good condition POR

Surestrike Model 4000 mounted on Hitachi EX450LC Excavator with quick coupler. POR

Serving all of New England Committed to Customer Support Since 1964

95 Kelly Avenue Futchburg, MA 04120

800-245-5472 info@whitneyandson.com

2006 BTI BT2010, Rebuilt 10k lb. Hydraulic Breaker, w/bracket to fit PC400 $42,000

U-SCREEN C-36 Grasan Offers Standard, Custom-Built NEW!

Dealer Inquiries Invited Designed For Skid Steers, Loaders & Excavators •Screen 500 to 600 yards per day •Any Size Screen Available •Stacking Height: 9’ •Width: 5’ 6” •Length: 28” •6’ x5’ Screening Deck

•Easy Change Screens •25 HP Kubota Diesel Power •Hydraulically operated Screen •Hydraulic trailer axle •30” Hydraulic Conveyor Belt •Towed with 1 Ton Vehicle

www.u-screen.com 905 Turnpike Street • Canton, MA 02021

1-866-USCREEN (781) 828-9100 • Fax: (781) 821-8807

Cone Crusher Plants in Various Designs Grasan offers standard and custom-built cone crusher feed/storage systems for quarry and concrete/asphalt recyplants in road-portable, pit-portable and stationary designs. cling operations of all types and sizes. For more information, call 410/526-4440 or visit Grasan can provide a variety of crusher brands or can utilize a new or used cone crusher provided by the customer. All www.grasan.com. chassis frames are structurally engineered with highstrength, wide-flange steel beams for long, trouble-free service life. A variety of axle configurations are available to meet load requirements of the states where the unit will operate. Grasan also can design a plant with cone only, cone with discharge conveyor and/or feed conveyor, or can mount a scalping screen ahead of the cone. Grasan will build to customer specifications or will customdesign to meet application requirements. Grasan also can design entire crushing, screening, Grasan offers standard and custom-built cone crusher plants in road-portable, conveying, stacking and pit-portable and stationary designs.

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High Productivity – Low Operating Costs SENNEBOGEN green line material handling machines make your competitors “green with envy” TYLER EQUIPMENT CORP. East Longmeadow, MA 413-525-6351 Berlin, CT 860-356-0840 www.tylerequipment.com

C.N. WOOD CO., INC.

TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT, INC.

GIBSON MACHINERY

MIDLANTIC MACHINERY INC.

Woburn, MA 781-935-1919 Avon, MA 508-584-8484 Whately, MA 413-665-7009 Johnston, RI 401-942-9191 www.cn-wood.com

Syracuse, NY 800-872-2390 Binghamton, NY 800-370-9488 Rochester, NY 866-950-6210 Watertown, NY 888-335-0200 Albany, NY 866-740-8853 www.traceyroad.com

Oakwood Village, OH 440-439-4000 Pittsburgh, PA 724-695-5000 www.gibsonmachinery.com

Wilkes-Barre, PA 570-824-9891 Harrisburg, PA 717-652-3190

ATLANTIC EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY Hampton, VA 757-827-4778 800-325-0461 www.aeandsupply.com

BINDER MACHINERY CO.

THE OLIVER STORES

South Plainfield, NJ 908-561-9000 800-562-0012 Winslow Township, NJ 856-767-5900 800-562-0012

Bangor, ME 800-491-7840 Farmington, ME 800-451-0635 New Gloucester, ME 800-451-0635 Lancaster, NH 800-814-3645 www.theoliverstores.com

HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT COMPANY

RISH EQUIPMENT COMPANY

Rt. 219 North Dubois, PA 15801 814-371-3600

Bluefield, WV 304-817-7435 Beckley, WV 304-255-4111 Bridgeport, WV 304-842-3511 St. Albans, WV 304-755-3311 Wilkinson, WV 304-752-9313 www.rish.com

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Powercrusher™ Crushers & Screeners from Atlas Copco

Rock Star

Would you like to turn your dirt pile over to valuable topsoil? Go to www.remu.fi/info, fill in the form and we will send you the video to show you how.

For more information! REMU USA Inc. usa@remu.fi Eric +1 888 600 0018 www.remu.fi

There are many reasons why the Powercrusher is a star. The 11 models of crushers and six models of screeners offer capacities ranging from 250 to 500 tons per hour. Other features include: tJaw crushers that use Quattro Movement, a figure-eight motion that increases feeding capacity and produces a post-crush at the outlet—like two crushers in one. tA pre-screen feature available on the PC 6 model for higher value end product. tTrack mounted for mobility and maneuverability in a smaller footprint. tNational support for parts and service from Atlas Copco Powercrusher—POWER is just the beginning.

800-732-6762 www.atlascopco.us

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Terex-Pegson XR400 Jaw Crusher

Powerscreen MKII 2006 model with approx. 1033 hrs. 8’ x 4’ two deck screen box. Machine has additional shredder box installed. Machine on single axle, easy transport with fifth wheel and tow bar for onsite movement. Ideal entry level screen for top soil or aggregate! Location: North Carolina. Priced to Sell at $59,000

2006 model. with approx. 5650 hrs. CAT C-9 engine. Vibrating grizzly feeder, extended hopper sides, hydraulically raise/lower product conveyor, dust suppression system. Hydraulic release system protecting major jaw components from un-crushables. Quick hydraulic adjust setting. Ideal for recycling! Location: North Carolina. Priced to sell at $219,500

Powerscreen H5163

Telestack Conveyors Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic is a dealer for Telestack conveyors. Providing mobile tracked stockpiling conveyors, radial telescopic conveyors and more! We have tracked units available for rental or purchase.

Spare Parts 2009 model with approx 1800 hrs. Mobile three deck screen on tracks with 5’ x 16’ horizontal screen box. Heavy duty triple shaft screenbox with adjustable stroke, angle & speed. CAT 4.4 engine. Attached hydraulically folding stockpile conveyors. Ideal for fine aggregate screening. Location: West Virginia. Priced to sell at $240,000

We also sell the full range of Powerscreen & Pegson parts. Want crusher & screen wear parts for Extec, Sandvik, Fintec, Finlay, Metso or Komatsu machines? Conveyor Belting Available! Call Us!

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Getting Guidance...

Sandvik Launches TIM3D Navigation for Surface Drilling

:KDW:RXOG<RX*ULQG" High volume wood waste recyclers know that when it comes to creating the highest volume products at the lowest cost per ton, nothing reduces urban wood waste, stumps, or brush like a Peterson horizontal grinder! Alban Tractor Covering Maryland & Delaware (410) 686-7777

Barry Equipment Covering New England & Eastern NY (508) 949-0005

Cleveland Brothers Covering Pennsylvania & West Virginia (814) 237-5132 ext. 5101

Trico Equipment Services Covering New Jersey (877) 874-2624

Just one look at a Peterson can show you why we build the most innovative grinders in the market. For nearly thirty years, Peterson’s attention to detail and drive to build the highest quality, highest volume producing machines make a Peterson a sure investment. Want to see what a Peterson Horizontal Grinder can do? Give us a call at 800.269.6520 or visit us at www.petersoncorp.com.

Scan this QR code with your smartphone to learn more about Peterson (you can download a free reader from your phone's app store).

800-269-6520 • www.petersoncorp.com • PO BOX 40490 • Eugene, OR 97404

Sandvik’s TIM3D navigation system for surface drilling uses satellite navigation to guide the starting point and the correct course of drilling in accordance with the drilling plan. It significantly improves drilling accuracy and efficiency in quarrying, construction and open pit mining applications, according to the manufacturer. Sandvik TIM3D is a drill rig navigation system that brings drilling rigs into the realm of 3D machine automation. It is an operator aid consisting of three essential operations: rig navigation, feed alignment and drilling. The TIM3D navigation system improves hole quality and hole position accuracy, translating into better fragmentation and decreased amount of boulders and fines. This results in increased efficiency in the production process, both in crushing, and loading and hauling. The system also eliminates the need for surveying and any hole marks, and correspondingly the risk for marking errors, significantly speeding up drilling production. Due to a modern and clear user interface, the system is easy to use, according to the manufacturer. Based on multi-satellite RTK GNSS navigation, TIM3D is compatible with GPS and GLONASS satellite systems. The navigation uses drilling plans made either with standard office programs or with the system itself. The plan is imported to the rig with USB memory in IREDES standard format, containing the target coordinates in three dimensions. Local base station, or VRS correction, keeps navigation accuracy within 10 centimeters. TIM3D system compares the position of the drill bit with the planned hole position and guides the operator to the correct starting point of the chosen hole. During drilling, the operator can follow the penetration rate and hole depth, distance to target, number of required holes and current feed alignment. The system stops drilling automatically at the target depth. The system also shows the status of the holes with color codes. TIM3D allows the operator to deviate from the drill plan if needed, for example due to an infeasible planned starting point. Despite the modification, the hole bottom remains as planned: TIM3D system automatically calculates a new course based on the actual starting point of the hole. The drilling data — the actual parameters — are stored in the system memory, from where it can be imported to various programs, such as blasting simulation. The data includes a quality report, position and depth of the drilled holes, drilling time, and start and end points. The TIM3D navigation system is available for Sandvik DPi and DX series surface top hammer drill rigs.

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Ready R eady tto o sscreen creen Screen more material at a the job site, and spend less on hauling and a tipping with Metso’s compact, highly reliablee CV mobile screens. • Easy transport and seet up • Simple operation req quires no standby operator • Compact design worrks easily in tight spaces • Rugged and durable construction • Versatile shakerhead accepts a wide variety of screening media Contact your local Mettso distributor today! www.metso.com

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Aggregates, quarry, contractor and recycling customers in Maine, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts; Contractor and recycling customers in New York state, excluding New York City and surrounding counties

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100 Mellott Drive War fordsburg, P PA A 17267

55 Industrial Park Drive Binghamton, NY 13904 607/772-6500

6075 Corporate Drive East Syracuse, NY 13057 4501 Greenpoint Drive Greensboro, NC 27410 800/634-5634

294 Ainsley Drive Syracuse, NY 13210 315/476-9981 500 Commerce Drive Cliffton Park, NY 12065 518/877-8000 4610 E. Saile Drive Batavia, NY 14020 585/815-6200

Aggregatess, quarrry, contrractor and reccycling customers in Pennsylvania

www.cbconagg.com 5300 Paxton Street Harrisburg, P PA A 17111 717/564-2121 Old Town Rd & Rte. 879 Clear field, PA 814/765-1611 11 Progress Drive Cranberr y Twp., P PA A 724/776-7660 3950 Depot Road Erie, P PA A 814/898-3388 1500 S. Altamont Blvd. Frackville, P PA A 570/874-3560 146 Rose St. Indiana, P PA A 724/463-8743 3105 Route 219 Lantz Corners, P PA A 814/778-5250

US Rt. 6 East Mansfield, PA PA 570/662-7171 4565 William Penn Hwy. Murrysville, PA PA 724/327-1300 168 Industrial Park Road Somerset, P PA A 814/445-7915 2995 Stewart Drive State College, PA PA 814/237-8338 Rt. 54 & I 180 (Exit 5) Turboville, PA 570/538-2551 Wilkes-Barre Tw wp. Blvd. Wilkes-Barre, P PA A 570/822-8141 4326 Oregon Pike Lancaster, P PA A 717/859-4905 309 Foothills Lane Mount Pleasant, P PA A 724/696-4080 590 Suscon Road Pittston, PA 570/883-1044

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New Rock Drilling Technology Wins Innovation Award Vermeer Corporation was awarded the Joseph L. Abbott Jr. Innovative Product Award (New Installation Category) by the North American Society of Trenchless Technology (NASTT) at the 2012 No-Dig Show, held March 12 to 15, 2012, in Nashville, Tenn. Vermeer won the award for its D36x50R Series II Navigator HDD, equipped with the rock-focused MAGnum drilling system. The MAGnum drilling system uses rapidly rotating magnets of alternating polarity within the carriage assembly, which generates a high frequency percussive action to fracture and effectively bore through tough formations, including solid rock. This hammer technology was developed in collaboration with FlexiDRILL, a New Zealand-based engineering company, and is licensed for exclusive distribution in the HDD market by Vermeer. Not a dedicated rock drill, the MAGnum system can be disengaged by the flip of the switch, and the D36x50R Series II will perform as a conventional HDD drill. This versatility qualifies the drill for a range of ground conditions to help boost overall utilization Dave Wisniewski, vice president of underground solutions of Vermeer Corp., displays “Vermeer is humbled to receive this the award.

award from NASTT,” said Dave Wisniewski, vice president of underground solutions for Vermeer. “We spent several years developing this new technology. It is true innovation for tomorrow’s job site challenges.” Each year, NASTT recognizes two companies for products that help advance trenchless technology. This is the third time Vermeer has won in this category. Vermeer has previously won the Abbott Award for the D20x22FX Series II Navigator flex-angle drill (2011) and the Vermeer AXIS guided boring system (2009). NASTT is a multiple disciplinary society of individuals and organizations with professional, utilitarian or environmental interests in trenchless technology. Its mission is to advance trenchless technology and to promote its benefits for the public and the environment by increasing awareness and knowledge through information dissemination; research and development; education and training; and partnerships with organizations and agencies interested in trenchless technology and its benefits. For more information, visit www.vermeer.com.

Flex-Mat 3 Double-Wire Offers More Durability, Throughput Flex-Mat 3 Double-Wire high-perMajor Wire’s Flex-Mat 3 technology formance, self-cleaning screen media has been proven in more than 20,000 from Montreal-based Major Wire applications worldwide, according to Industries Limited increases producthe manufacturer. tion when screening high-impact, Flex-Mat 3 Double-Wire is availheavy and abrasive aggregate material able in wire diameters up to 3/8 in. on top decks. The side-by-side wire (.95 cm) and opening sizes up to 4 in. design adds a slight spring to the wire (10 cm). Made from OptimumWire, that absorbs impact from heavy matewhich is manufactured with high carrial or when it is dropped from a longer bon and manganese content to create distance. Flex-Mat 3 vibrating wire a combination of ductility, hardness technology, combined with this sideand tensile strength, Flex-Mat 3 by-side wire design, increases screen Double-Wire is less susceptible to capacity and throughput while elimibreaking in high-impact conditions nating pegging on top decks and the with highly abrasive materials. It pro“popcorn effect” often seen when sinduces more in-spec material than tragle wire is used to screen high-impact ditional woven wire of the same and heavy materials. Flex-Mat 3 diameter, minimizing the associated Double-Wire’s two wires lie flat labor, maintenance and lost producagainst each other, so crimps do not tion costs, according to the manufacprotrude upward and interfere with turer. material flow, and the flat screen surFlex-Mat 3 Double-Wire is an face extends wear life up to three times Flex-Mat 3 Double-Wire’s two wires lie flat against each other, so crimps do not protrude ideal screening solution in many marwhen compared to traditional woven upward and interfere with material flow. kets, including aggregate, mining, wire with high wear spots. sand and gravel, aglime, recycled Flex-Mat 3 Double-Wire uses the same polyurethane and rubber panels. Distinctive pegging and clogging. In addition, the inde- concrete and asphalt, C&D recycle, coal, screen media technology as traditional Flex- lime-green polyurethane strips bond individ- pendently vibrating wire technology increas- slag, talc, top soil, salt, mulch, industrial Mat 3, which provides up to 30 percent more ual wires as they run from hook to hook and es product throughput by up to 40 percent minerals and green waste. screen capacity than woven wire and up to allow them to vibrate independently at dif- over traditional woven wire and For more information, call 450/659-7681 50 percent more screen capacity than ferent frequencies, eliminating blinding, polyurethane or rubber panels. To date, or visit www.majorwire.cc.

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THE D SERIES DELIVERS With the new Terex® Fuchs D Series Loading Machines, you’ll quickly see that our focus is on your success and meeting your individual on-site needs. Simply put, Terex® Fuchs units are solid, productive, reliable performers. So if you're looking for increased lifting capacities, outstanding fuel efficiency and excellent serviceability to go with top quality operator comfort, the D Series delivers. ®

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Chadwick-BaRoss 15 Katrina Road Chelmsford, MA 01824 978/256-9571 Fax: 978/856-9571 Westbrook, ME 207/854-8411 Bangor, ME 207/942-4838 Caribou, ME 207/498-2547 Concord, NH 603/224-4063

Edward Ehrbar, Inc. www.ehrbar.com 4 Executive Plaza Yonkers, NY 10701 914/738-5100 Fax: 914/738-6847 Holbrook, NY 11741 631/563-7600 Fax: 631/218-1069 Danbury, CT 06810 203/743-0088 Fax: 203/743-0266 New York City 718/626-3331 Penn Jersey Machinery Deptford, NJ 08096 856/227-6400 Somerville, NJ 08876 908/218-1919 Lionville, PA 19341 610/363-9200

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KPI-JCI Thanks Brown, Bame for Years of Service

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Chadwick-BaRoss Inc. 160 Warren Ave Westbrook, ME 04092 800-262-5714 • 207-854-8411 Fax: 207-856-2995 www.chadwick-baross.com 15 Katrina Rd. Chelmsford, MA 800-804-0775 • 978-256-9571 Fax: 978-256-8802 314 Main St. Caribou, ME 04736 800-270-2547 • 207-498-2547 Fax: 207-498-6596

Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc. (KPI-JCI) thanked Astec Mobile Screens, said the high number employees Marcy Brown and Mike Bame of members reflects a positive work environfor their combined 68 years of service and ment that encourages employees to stay and wished them well in their retirements. grow with the company. Brown, whose retirement began June 1, “Marcy Brown and Mike Bame spent a 2012, began her career in 1986 as an majority of their employment years with our accounting clerk/secretary, and was promot- company. Both of them contributed in a ed in 1987 to accounts payable processing large way to the growth and development leader. She was the third woman to be we’ve experienced at our facility since it inducted into the company’s Quarter began in 1965,” Vig said. “The large number Century Club, which recognizes employees of long-term employees we have is a testafor 25 years of service. She also has served ment of their dedication to the success of as the company’s “Mrs. Clause” for the past Kolberg-Pioneer, and our continuing efforts 10 years at the annual Breakfast with Santa to provide an enjoyable, rewarding work employee event. Brown said she has seen the experience for our associates.” company grow tremendously since 1987, both in size and diversity. “It’s been really fun to see all of the changes over the years,” she said. “Our growth has brought so many new opportunities. I just love the people who work here and will miss them when I’m gone.” Bame, whose retirement began May 4, 2012, joined the company in 1969 and worked as a department leader/welder in the frame department. Bame was promoted to department supervisor in the Kolberg department in 1987. Bame and Brown are two of 92 employees who have been inducted into Kolberg-Pioneer Inc.’s Quarter Century Club since its inception in 2000. Forty-nine members are currently employed at the company. Marcy Brown began her career in 1986 as an Joe Vig, president of KPI-JCI and accounting clerk/secretary.

Wm. Biers, Inc.

188 Perry Rd. Bangor, ME 04401 800-698-4838 • 207-942-4838 Fax: 207-941-0856

Port of Albany, NY 12202 518-434-2747 Fax: 518-434-2754 www.wmbiers.com

237 Sheep Davis Rd. Concord, NH 03301 800-477-4063 • 603-224-4063 Fax: 603-224-3001

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Mike Bame joined the company in 1969 and worked as a department leader/welder in the frame department.

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New England’s Leading Crushing and Screening Supply House

The REMco innovation of combining extra heavyduty vertical shaft impactor design with autogenetic (rock lined) crushing chambers and rotors has lowered the wear parts operating cost of RockMax to a level equal to or less than any fine head cone crusher. This is for cost per net ton of finished product regardless of material or product tonnage required.

Terex® Minerals Processing Systems has several washing plants available to fit your needs. Featuring the durable Terex® Simplicity and Terex® Cedarapids screens ranging in size from 5’x16’ to 6’x20’, these screens are teamed with single or twin dewatering screws.

1994 Remco VSI Glass Max (Make Sand), 150 HP w/Electrical Panel built in 2009. 30”x4 Port Rotor / Skid Stand with Walkway / Ladder One Side. Call for Price.

Fixed and Adjustable Radial Stackers Adjustable height radial stackers manufactured by Kemper Equipment in Hazleton, PA. Standard 30" x 60' IN STOCK.

Cone Crushers TRIO offers robust, heavy duty, bronze bushing designed cone crushers. In stock TC36 & TC51 Cone Crushers.

Douglas® manufactures a variety of conveyor accessories to help outfit your conveyor for maximum performance and enhanced safety. The Douglas® Guardian® is a premium return roll guard designed to protect personnel and enhance the safety of your conveyor system. We also offer the Conveyor Design Wizard® the first Windows based design conveyor analysis program.

3062 Portable Recycle Jaw Plant with Feeder, Magnet & 42” x 44’ Conveyor

T2010 6’ x 20’ TD Horizontal Screen, Used only three months, ready to work, blending chutes 60” Under belt. Call for Price.

Simplicity R4524 Rip Rap Plant w/Hyd. Folding 36” Conveyor Cummins 3.3 85HP Diesel Engine, Won’t Last. Call on Price.

2004 Simplicity Feeder 5’ Grizzly with Motor Pivoted base. Call for Price.

Trio TC51 Cone Crusher, S/N TC13FC205, 2003, hydraulic adjust, on portable chassis, no motor included $75,000

Fine Washers TRIO's fine material sand screws are designed for dewatering, washing and classification. In stock 36”, 44” & 54” Single fine screw or Double.

1352 Omni Cone Crusher Plant. Call for details. Lots of extras!

1990 Boliden Allis RT Jaw Crusher 24 x 36 65K, 28K of new parts, Jaw plates, liners and hardware.

Sandvik Cone Crusher

Diester 8' x 20' XH Two deck screen $18,000

Inclined Screens All TRIO inclined screens are manufactured with huck-bolted frames. These rugged yet versatile units are well suited for use in a variety of aggregate, mineral, and industrial applications. Many sizes in stock, Horizontals and Inclines. Call for Pricing.

2004 Used 6’ x 20’ DD Horizontal Screen Plant. Call for Price.

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Strong Relationships Help DiFazio Succeed, Thrive brainer for us when Volvo came to the table. They knew what our goals were and came to the table, ready to break bread.” The Volvo machines also have the CareTrack system that lets anyone DiFazio designates in its office to monitor the machine remotely via Internet. “He can see the usage and how much fuel is being used. The idle time, the downtime, the trouble codes that pop up. The other manufacturers have a similar system, but Volvo lets the end user have access to the whole system. Where he can download reports and make spreadsheets. He can set up a perimeter. It has been a fantastic tool,” Donohue said.

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quarry size equipment. We have had to make a change from contractor equipment that was just not keeping up with our demands. Another part of that learning curve, trying to gauge what your flow is in and out of the facility. We had to bite the bullet and make those investments. “We have learned to process the material as soon as it hits the ground, better to be sitting on product as opposed to sitting on waste to be processed. We are considering purchasing a bigger jaw plant to try to raise our ton per hour ratio,” DiFazio said.

Penn Jersey Machinery About DiFazio Industries Another key aspect to a successful business is a The DiFazio Companies is made up of four busigood working relationship with an equipment supness models: DiFazio Industries, Faztec Industries, plier. Diamond Ready Mix and DiFazio Environmental. “Our relationship with Penn Jersey is strong At Faztec Industries, there are three excavators and three wheel load“DiFazio Industries is our heavy/highway coners in use. It also operates a Pegson jaw crusher, an Eagle 1400 because there is a friendship that has been built over struction company, whose major operations is manimpact plant, Sandvik QE440 screening plant and a Extec E7 screener. the years. I started doing business with Wayne aged by my brother Marc. We perform various projDonohue [branch manager of Penn Jersey ects such as road-building, sewer, water main, Machinery] when I was just a pup in this business underground utilities etc. for various municipal and he was an old man,” DiFazio said with a chuckagencies and public utility companies such as le. Verizon, Con-Edison for example. The majority of “We started doing business together in the early our work is in the five boroughs of New York City. ’90s. From that, when Wayne went over to the Volvo “Diamond Ready Mix is a concrete plant that we line, he gave me a call and said he was working with bought in 2010. It was an existing facility. It has Penn Jersey and wanted us to look at the product been around about 50 years. We modernized it, line. Once my brothers [Marc & Jeff] and I got our became state and city approved. My brother, Jeff, hands on the Volvo equipment — all operating engithe youngest member of the family, is running that neers by trade — we were impressed by the quality. facility. We bought it with about five trucks and are I was happy to see them come into the New York working 15 mixers now. It has been a steady climb market and help push along the market share. The in a tough economy. It is something you really have machines are dead on.” to stay focused on and have a lot of resolve to keep DiFazio Industries’ first venture with Penn Jersey it going. was the purchase of a new Volvo paver. “Next is DiFazio Environmental, which is owned “We purchased a 6110. That was our first big and operated by our parents, Salvatore and Phyllis transaction with Penn Jersey. The Faztec Industries’ asphalt recycle plant is where the company DiFazio. The company operates a unionized truck“The service from Penn Jersey has been just a processes 100 percent recycled asphalt to make a hot asphaltic mix. phone call away. We always had the support. If there In 2011, the company received the Green Genesis award from the ing fleet. They run approximately 12 trucks in the is an upgrade or an update, that phone rings and says S.I.E.D.C. for bringing this “green, technology to Staten Island a first New York metro area in support of our construction operations and they also are available for hire.” ‘John, I owe you.’ for New York City” as a whole. The original company, which DiFazio’s father “We just bought a used machine from Wayne and founded in 1979, was S. DiFazio and Sons Bob Watt, a 330B, and we had to make a decision Construction. “A key advantage to owning Volvo, a point that Wayne between buying it from Penn Jersey or buying a unit from For more information, visit www.faztecind.com. someone else. We know when that machine goes through the first presented to us was fuel consumption efficiency. At that facility, either Bobby or Wayne is going to put their hands on time fuel rates really started to climb. Right away we saw a it before it gets to us and they deliver what they promise. benefit in the first Volvo wheel loader we bought. Just the savings in fuel consumption made a payment for us.” That’s been very important to us. Tier IV Faztec is presently in an application process to renew its capacities at the facility. “We had Tier III and Tier I equipment and we are now going to Tier IV,” DiFazio said. “We have to run environmental impact studies. Tier IV equipment helped us drop our emissions by a huge amount.” Hard Workers DiFazio also is impressed with Volvo’s dependability. “We have not tackled any major repairs. An Eagle 1400 impact plant is hard at work at Faztec Industries’ facility in Staten Island, N.Y. This environment is harsh. It was a no

A key aspect to Faztec Industries’ successful business is a good working relationship with an equipment supplier, Penn Jersey Machinery.

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CRUSHING EQUIPMENT, PARTS & SERVICE Ace Equipment Sales, Inc. and Milroy and Company LLC 171 Tolland Turnpike (Route 74) • PO Box 535 • Willington, CT 06279

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Most popular asphalt recycler in the United States! Join many contractors that have turned unwanted RAP into a serious revenue generator, by using and selling recycled hot mix to local contractors, municipalities and state agencies. The BA1000 is a heavy duty, fully self-contained, portable Recycler. Moving from job to job is easily done! For the highest returns, most contractors set the Recycler in their yards and transport the recycled mix to their jobsites.

Performance Management – Take Control of Your Operation! This integrated belt scale systems allows you to view plant operations from any computer…monitor one scale or up to 24 scales on the network! This system gives you the ability to establish and maintain the full capabilities of your plant through remote management.

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NEW/USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE Crushers Telsmith 52 SBS Cone Crusher with Trac 10 automation

NEW s/n 43190 Telsmith Portable Cone Plant with Trac 10 Automation. Air-to-oil cooling system. FC-M arrangement (can be changed) w/tapered head nut. Can design and build crusher stand. Ready for transport and crushing. FOB: Willington CT................ ....................................................................$413,000

Pioneer 540CSE Cone Portable Plant

s/n 450CSE101, 45 Allis-Chalmers Cone, DD Screen, Electric Starters and Switch Gear on Board, 200HP, Dual-Axle, Double Deck Screen, Front and Rear Discharge Conveyors ........................$125,000

Cedarapids 30 x 42 Portable Jaw Plant with a Jaw Crusher

s/n 50309/50382, 42”x20’ Vibrating Grizzly Feeder and a 150 HP Electric Crushing Motor and an End Discharge Conveyor ..................................$195,000

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s/n 505M2588, Refurbished 52S Model H Cone Crusher, Crusher s/n: 202M9842, New Head and Shaft Assembly, New Eccentric, (2) New Thrust Bearings, New Inner Sleeve, New Outer Sleeve, New Inner & Outer Piston Rings, New Countershaft Bearings, New Belleville Springs, 90% Manganese, Hydraulic Relief, Dynamic Adjustment Controls for Close Side Settings & Extraction, Air - Oil Cooler Option, Telsmith Dual-Axle Chassis with Side Discharge Conveyor, 250 HP Motor w/Switch-Geat, Will be Painted, Ready for Transport and Crushing, FOB: Willington, CT ....................................$255,000

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Clifton Park, NY 518-877-8000 Syracuse, NY 315-476-9981 Batavia, NY 585-815-6200 Binghamton, NY 607-772-6500

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Gov. Corbett Announces State, Federal $12.6M Investment to Enhance 27 Airports Twenty-seven airports across Pennsylvania will improve facilities and enhance safety with a $12.6 million investment of federal and state funds, Gov. Tom Corbett announced May 1. “More than 290,000 people in Pennsylvania rely on the aviation industry for jobs,” Corbett said. “It’s vital to maintain investments in these airports so they can continue operating safely and are able to expand to meet business demands.” The state portion of funding — $805,547 from PennDOT’s aviation development program — comes from the state’s jet fuel tax and leverages more than $743,047 in local matching funds. The Federal Aviation Administration is providing $11.8 million in grants through the block grant program, which is

funded through taxes collected nationally on airline tickets, freight waybills, international departure fees, and the sale of aviation fuel. Airports receive up to 95 percent of eligible project costs for projects included in Pennsylvania’s 12-year transportation program. Public-use airports in the state are eligible for the aviation development program. Airports eligible for the federal block grant program include: general aviation airports, designated reliever airports, and non-primary commercial airline airports (those with fewer than 10,000 annual passengers) that are part of the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems. The state has 133 public-use airports and heliports and 15 airports have scheduled commercial service. For more information, call 717-783-8800 or visit www.dot.state.pa.us.

Pennsylvania Airport Improvement Grant Recipients Beaver County: Beaver County Airport — $100,278 to conduct an obstruction survey. Bedford County: Bedford County Airport — $767,125 to rehabilitate an apron, parking area, access road and taxiway, and construct an apron. Bradford County: Bradford County Airport — $802,222 to prepare a site for a new taxiway. Bucks County: Doylestown Airport — $686,131 to construct bypass taxiways and pave grass tiedowns. Butler County: Butler County Airport — $258,611 to remove obstructions and crack seal and re-mark a runway. Cambria County: Ebensburg Airport — $827,292 to rehabilitate a hangar taxiway and remove obstructions. Carbon County: Jake Arner Memorial Airport — $188,416 to implement obstruction mitigation activities and apply seal coating to an aircraft parking apron. Chester County: • Brandywine Airport — $350,972 to construct improvements to the main terminal and an apron, and design an airfield lighting rehabilitation and relocation project. • Chester County/G.O. Carlson Airport — $1.2 million to construct an apron. • New Garden Flying Field — $206,572 to design a runway’ s reconstruction and widening. Clarion County: Clarion County Airport — $290,806 to design a runway overlay project and update the airport master plan. Clearfield County: Clearfield-Lawrence Airport — $504,291 to rehabilitate the runway lighting system and update the airport master plan. Clinton County: William T. Piper Memorial Airport — $977,708 to construct a runway rehabilitation project. Crawford County: Port Meadville Airport — $451,289 to rehabilitate an apron and acquire land and remove obstructions to a runway.

Elk County: St. Mary's Municipal Airport — $250,694 to update the airport master plan. Fayette County: Joseph A. Hardy/ Connellsville Airport — $992,700 to conduct an airport master plan study and rehabilitate a runway lighting system. Indiana County: Indiana County/Jimmy Stewart Airport — $187,361 to acquire easements to remove obstructions from a runway approach, and acquire crack-sealing material. Lawrence County: New Castle Municipal Airport — $158,333 to construct a snow-removal equipment building. Luzerne County: Hazleton Municipal Airport — $223,408 to design a runway safety area improvement project; $93,750 in state Aviation Development Program funds to acquire aircraft refueling and maintenance equipment. Mifflin County: Mifflin County Airport — $200,556 to construct a hangar taxiway. Monroe County: Pocono Mountains Municipal Airport — $275,674 to acquire snow-removal equipment. Northumberland County: Northumberland County Airport — $335,930 to acquire snowremoval equipment and rehabilitate airfield pavements. Schuylkill County: Schuylkill County/Joe Zerbey Airport — $260,722 to update the airport layout plan. Snyder County: Penn Valley Airport — $200,556 to update the airport layout plan. Somerset County: Somerset County Airport — $371,027 to update the airport master plan and rehabilitate airport navigational aids. Venango County: Venango Regional Airport — $200,556 to acquire airfield deicing equipment. Washington County: Washington County Airport — $1.2 million to crack seal and re-mark a runway and taxiways, and to remove obstructions and acquire land.

Medico Industries 1500 Highway 315 Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 570/825-7711 Fax: 570/824-1169 Route 611 & Shafer School House Rd. Stroudsburg, PA 18360 570/420-0877 Fax: 570/420-0866 www.medicoind.com

Highway Equipment Company 22035 Perry Highway 1 Zelienople (Pittsburgh), PA 16063 724/452-7800 5846 West Rd. & I-79 McKean (Erie area), PA 16426 814/476-7755 Rte. 219 North Dubois, PA 15801 814/371-3600

Westchester Tractor, Inc. Westchester Tractor 60 International Blvd. Brewster, NY 10509 845/278-7766 Fax: 845/278-4431 www.wtractor.com

E.W. Sleeper Company, Inc. 391 Loudon Road Concord, NH 03302 603/225-3361 800/358-6007 www.ewsleeper.com

Frank Martin Sons, Inc. 491 Lakewood Road Madison, ME 04950 207/858-4748 Fax: 207/858-4747 316 Market Street Fort Kent, ME 04744 207/834-3171 Fax: 207/834-3115 www.f-m-s.com

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All Island Equipment 39 Jersey St. West Babylon, NY 11704 631/643-2605 631/643-4060 www.allislandequipment.com

Tracey Road Equipment, Inc. Syracuse 6803 Manlius Center Road, P.O. Box 489 East Syracuse, NY 13057 800/872-2390 Binghamton 1523 Route 11 North Kirkwood, NY 13795 800/370-9488 Watertown 19598 Cady Road (Exit 44-Watertown Center off I-81) Adams Center, NY 13606 888/335-0200 Albany 115 Railroad Ave. Albany, NY 12205 866/740-8853 www.traceyroad.com

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Harter Equipment, Inc. 615 State Route 33 Millstone Twp, NJ 08535 732/446-7600 888/HARTER-1

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HARTER EQUIPMENT, INC. 615 State Route 33 Millstone Twp, NJ 08535 732/446-7600 1-888-HARTER-1

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Schmidt Equipment, Inc. NorthOxford,MA01537 508/987-8786 NorthBillerica,MA 01862 978/667-4345 Plymouth,MA02363 508/830-9997 No.Swansea,MA02777 508/379-9810 Springfield,MA01104 413/543-5595

Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. KansasCity,MO 888/306-3434 Springfield,MO 888/306-2656

Jesco, Inc. 118St.NicholasAve. SouthPlainfield,NJ 07080 908/753-8080 800/241-7070 Fax: 908/753-7853 1275BloomfieldAve. Fairfield,NJ07004 973/227-2221 800/321-8080 Fax: 973/575-5553 1790Route38 Lumberton,NJ08048 609/267-2020 888/217-0600 Fax: 609/261-8559

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‘First State’ Highway Lettings

The Delaware Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. County: Kent Contract ID: T201247301.01. Contract Title: BR 2-208C ON K208 Mahan Corner Road, emergency scour repairs. Engineer’s Estimate: $763,393 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Mumford & Miller Concrete Inc. — $605,525 • George & Lynch Inc. — $696,342 • Eastern Highway Specialists Inc. — $761,947 • JJID Inc. — $795,309 • Kuhn Construction Company — $846,461 County: New Castle Contract ID: T201247101.01. Contract Title: BR 1-212 ON N322 Upper Pike Creek Road, emergency scour repairs. Engineer’s Estimate: $139,690 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Eastern Highway Specialists Inc. — $166,599 • JJID Inc. — $216,136 • Daisy Construction Company — Irregular • Merit Construction Engineers Inc. — Irregular County: New Castle Contract ID: T201203402.01. Contract Title: Sinkhole repair, open-end, canal FY12 FY14. Engineer’s Estimate: $3,001,155 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Mumford & Miller Concrete Inc. — $2,192,115 • JJID Inc. — $2,253,738 • Tri-State Grouting Inc. — $2,395,380 • Eastern Highway Specialists Inc. — $2,568,105 County: New Castle Contract ID: T200800709.01. Contract Title: HSIP-NCC Foulk Road and Wilson Road intersection improvement. Engineer’s Estimate: $939,081 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Grassbusters Landscaping Company — $953,294 • Zack Excavating Inc. — $1,013,868 • A-Del Construction Company, Inc. — $1,059,742 • Diamond Materials LLC — $1,155,088 • JJID Inc. — Irregular County: Sussex Contract ID: T201206903.01. Contract Title: Conversion roads II, south, 2012. Engineer’s Estimate: $3,371,399 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • American Infrastructure-Md Inc. — $3,297,666 • David A Bramble Inc. — $3,463,482 • George & Lynch Inc. — $3,517,392 • A-Del Construction Company Inc. — $3,950,555

County: Sussex Contract ID: T201206305.01. Contract Title: Pavement & rehabilitation, South II-V, 2012. Engineer’s Estimate: $6,796,448 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • American Infrastructure-Md Inc. — $6,397,777 • David A Bramble Inc. — $6,555,753 • George & Lynch Inc. — $6,883,768 • Diamond Materials LLC — $6,885,370 • A-Del Construction Company Inc. — $7,164,016

County: Sussex Contract ID: T201287901.01. Contract Title: Guardrail safety improvements, South, 2012. Engineer’s Estimate: $249,746 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Road Safety Systems LLC — $252,938 • J Fletcher Creamer & Son Inc. — $281,551 • Collinson Inc. — $305,750 • William Orr and Sons Inc. — $349,998 • M L Ruberton Construction Company Inc. — $368,708

County: Sussex Contract ID: T201206304.01. Contract Title: Pavement & rehabilitation, South II-IV, 2012. Engineer’s Estimate: $8,957,516 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • George & Lynch Inc. — $8,228,819 • Dosch King Company Inc. — $8,274,445 • David A Bramble Inc. — $8,559,485 • American Infrastructure-Md Inc. — $9,053,777 • A-Del Construction Company Inc. — $9,077,849

County:New Castle Contract ID: T200312601.01. Contract Title: SR 7, Newtown Road to SR 273. Engineer’s Estimate: $7,127,766 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • A-Del Construction Company Inc. — $5,985,287 • Mumford & Miller Concrete Inc. — $7,313,027 • Daisy Construction Company — $7,492,406 • Diamond Materials LLC — $7,645,858 • Greggo & Ferrara Inc. — $8,080,334 • Allan A Myers L.P. — $9,112,216

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Edge Inverted Log Splitter Automates Back-Breaking Work CEAttachments Inc., a global supplier of attachments and accessories for compact equipment, added the Edge inverted log splitter attachment for skid steer and track loaders. The new standard-flow Edge inverted log splitter attachment is designed to end the back-breaking labor of splitting wood by allowing the operator to remain in the seat and operate all of the controls for lifting, transporting and splitting wood. No need to ever touch a heavy log again. The front of the splitter can be used to push logs and position them for splitting. Lower the inverted log splitter over the log, engage the auxiliary hydraulics and split logs up to 24 in. (61 cm) long right on the ground quickly and effortlessly. The splitter also can be used to lift heavy logs and transport them to another location for splitting. The powerful cylinder on this attachment drives 20 tons of force to its splitting wedge, yet runs on 10 to 20 gpm (38 to 76 Lpm) standard hydraulic flow. The splitter on this attachment also can be unbolted from the quick attach and flipped 180 degrees for upright splitting applications. The new Edge inverted log splitter comes complete with hoses and flat face couplers, ready to split piles of wood in minutes. For more information, call 866/232-8224 or visit www.ceattachments.com.

The front of the splitter can be used to push logs and position them for splitting. Lower the inverted log splitter over the log, engage the auxiliary hydraulics and split logs up to 24 in. (61 cm) long right on the ground.

FFC Offers Debris Removal, Soil Preparation in One Machine

The FFC Preparator is available in three models with struck bucket capacities ranging from 8.9 to 12.5 cu. ft. (.2 to .3 cu m). It attaches to skid steers with a 10- to 25-gpm (37.8 to 94.6 Lpm) hydraulic flow rate and less than a 9,000lb. (4,082 kg) lift capacity.

The FFC Preparator manufactured by Paladin is designed and built to separate rocks and other debris from the soil while leveling and smoothing to prepare the soil for seeding or sod. Powered by the skid steerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hydraulics, the FFC Preparator features a rotating bidirectional drum that can till up to 2.5 in. (6 cm) deep. Its perforated bucket allows dirt to sift through while retaining up to 12.5 cu. ft. (.3 cu m) of the rock and debris depending on the model size. Its unique design and adjustable skid shoes allow the FFC Preparator to follow the ground contour while collecting rocks and debris, tilling soil, uprooting foliage, scarifying, raking and collecting foliage, eliminating the need for extra machines and/or attachments to perform some of these duties. The FFC Preparator is available in three models with struck bucket capacities ranging from 8.9 to 12.5 cu. ft. (.2 to .3 cu m). It attaches to skid steers with a 10- to 25-gpm (37.8 to 94.6 Lpm) hydraulic flow rate and less than a 9,000-lb. (4,082 kg) lift capacity. For more information, call 800/456-7100 or visit www.paladinconstructiongroup.com.

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Tramac has a new hydraulic breaker line called the “NSeries.” “The N-Series breaker is designed and assembled by Montabert, renowned for their innovative engineering and quality standards. Combine that with Asian economies of scale, and we’ve got a really robust and well-priced hammer,” said John Sad, Tramac product manager. “While the N-Series doesn’t share all the features of Tramac’s V-Series, they do share the reliability, quality, and long-life that the Tramac name represents.” The N Series is a nitrogen-fired breaker combining a shock system with blank-fire protection to provide powerful blows, reduced vibration and less wear on the internal components plus an optional breaker-mounted grease station. “The market has asked for an entry level breaker with an eye on value that provides strong performance at a lower price without compromising on quality… and we delivered,” said Gregory Henry, Tramac’s general manager. The N-Series breakers are currently offered in 2,000, 5,000 and 8,000 ft. lb. classes, for carriers from 10 to 37 tons (9 to 33.5 t). A 3,000 ft. lb. class will be launched this spring, with additional models to come. All are designed for heavyduty use in breaking rock and concrete demolition. The NSeries breakers are identified with its charcoal gray color and N-Series logo. This also will visually differentiate the NSeries from the traditional Tramac “green or V-line.” For more information, visit www.tramacbymontabert.com

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AGC Chief Executive Officer Sandherr: Mandates Try to Fix Nonexistent Problems AGC from page 1

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firms participate in the Helmets to Hardhats training program that prepares veterans for careers in construction. And firms across the country have created apprentice, safety and training programs designed to recruit and prepare people with disabilities. The association executive noted that the construction industry alone has lost more than 2 million jobs since 2008 and that the industry’s unemployment rate was 14.5 percent; nearly double the national average and the highest for any industry type. “The problem isn’t that construction firms aren’t hiring veterans or people with disabilities, it is that they are too busy struggling to survive to do any hiring at all.”

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Volvo Expands C-Series Skid Steer Loader Model Range The new wheeled and tracked models available through the Volvo Construction Equipment dealer network are the radial lift MC60C and MC70C, and the vertical lift MC85C, MC95C and MCT85C. Rated operating capacities for these models range from 1,350 lbs. (610 kg) to 1,900 lbs. (860 kg) and gross engine power from 48 hp (36 kW) to 59 hp (45 kW). Featuring a single loader arm design, Volvo skid steer loaders and compact track loaders deliver customers the loading performance and durability found in a traditional skid steer design, along with the improved visibility, safety and enhanced cab access of a side-entry machine, according to the manufacturer. The design and reinforcement of a single loader arm provides reliability and effectively distributes the load. Without the horizontal cross member found on two-arm vertical lift machines, operators experience allaround, visibility. The cab also features a large top window for improved visibility during truck loading. Excellent lifting characteristics make the Volvo C-Series ideal for truck loading and a wide range of material handling applications. Each model features good dump height and reach, along with powerful lift capacity — making Volvo skid steer loaders and compact track loaders efficient in repeated load and carry operations. Powerful engines deliver power and dependability. Safer Side Access Due to the single loader tower arm design, cab access is easier and safer than traditional skid steer loaders. Operators enter and exit the cab through a large, wide-opening side cab door. This eliminates the need for operators to climb onto and over the bucket or attachment, which can be muddy or slippery. Side entry also eliminates the uncomfortable body turn required of operators in order to sit down in traditional skid steer loader cab designs. Inside the Volvo cab, the operator’s environment has been redesigned with increased space, comfort and ease-of-use in mind. The Volvo cab meets ROPS/FOPS

standards for safety and operator peace of mind. All controls and gauges are ergonomically placed to provide ease-of-use and comfort for prolonged productivity. The left-hand machine control pod easily hinges rearward with the assistance of a single gas strut, allowing for easy machine entry and exit. The right control pod features a wrap-around seat bar designed to comfortably fit operators of all sizes and acts as a rest for the operator’s right arm. Both armrests on top of the control pods are well cushioned and the left hand control tilts open to reveal ample storage space. A 12V power outlet also is located inside. Easier Service, Longer Life Another feature of the Volvo C-Series is service access through a forward-tilting cab and large rear compartment service door. All service and maintenance points are accessible through simple, safe means. In addition, the side entry and exit of the cab makes it possible for the operator to engage the loader arm support without the aid of a second person. Because of the side door, the operator can stop the machine, safely exit the machine without walking under the attachment, and then walk around the rear of the machine to safely engage the support. Fuel tank capacity allows operators to spend less downtime refuelling the machine, delivering longer operating shifts for more productivity. For more information, call 828/650-2000 or visit www.volvo.com. The new wheeled and tracked models are the radial lift MC60C and MC70C, and the vertical lift MC85C, MC95C and MCT85C.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Eastern US Regional Trailer Sales Manager (New England and surrounding area) Job Description Plans and implements sales strategies, forecasting, and sales of company products in the designated sales territory. Develops new and supports established dealership accounts. Offers customers advertising materials, training, and shares knowledge of the styles and uses of our products available (specifically trailers). Appropriate office equipment and communication devices provided. A company vehicle provided for business use. Essential functions include responding quickly to all sales related calls and correspondence. Customer service is key to the company's success and all sales representatives must be reliable and available. Learning substantial knowledge of company products is imperative. Uses established computer programs for quotation processing and entering orders. Advertising materials and price books provided. Develops relationships with customers, vendors, and inside sales staff to assure quality customer service. Travels weekly to dealerships making face-toface contact; keeping track and repoting all travel expenses. Reporting documented expenses to accounting at least monthly. Attends trade shows making contact with customers, vendors, and end users. Follows up on leads. Comunicates regularly with Sales Manager and provides weekly, monthly, and annual sales reports and weekly activity call reports. Strives to meet and exceed sales quotas.

Desired Skills & Experience BA degree or five years of related experience. Knowledge of construction industry trailers. Excellent communication skills, listening skills, self-motivated, sense of urgency, personable and well organized. Willingness to do travel. Job will require sitting for long periods of time, walking and lifting product materials and price books (approx. 20-50 lbs.). Product demonstrations will also be required. Computer literate and professional writing skills. You will be based out of your home office. Prefer applicant living in the territory region (New Jersey, New York, New England area, East coast, etc.)

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REQUIRED USED MACHINES TO IUK & CO | REGULAR REQUIREMENT OF MENTIONED MACHINES. (WE BUY FOR OUR OWN STOCK TIME TO TIME) MARKET MEET MACHINERY: CAT 910, 920, 930, 950, 950B, E & 966D, E AND 966F. CAT GRADER 140G S/N:10, 000 UP. DYNAPAC ROLLERS CA251D, CA262D, CA301D [PAD FOOT TYPE ALSO WORKS] JCB TELE HANDLER 550 YEAR 1999~2005 HITACHI EXCAVATOR EX200-1, EX100WD-1, EX60WD-1, UH077, UH083 KOMATSU EXCAVATOR PC 200-6, -7. IF AVAILABLE ANY TIME CONTACT ME. WWW.IUKCO.COM CONTACT: IKRAM KHAN PHONE: +92-313-2002-763 EMAIL: INFO@IUKCO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYD PUMP 440 WABCO CONTACT: LARRY BARTH EMAIL: BARTH.LARRY1@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BG380JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR, USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 235B EXCAVATOR FOR SALE | 235B EXCAVATOR WITH ONLY 7000 ORGINAL HOURS PLUMBED FOR A HAMMER OR SHEER NEVER USED. WILL TRADE FOR A MINI EXCAVATOR CAT 308 OR KOMATSU 78 SIZE CONTACT: MATTHEW PHONE: 586-792-1890 FAX: 586-792-8050 | EMAIL:BACCI21@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– D25B OFF HIGHWAY CAT DUMPER | PLS SEND THE MODEL, YR OF MANUFACTURE, HR RUN, CONDITION, PRICE, AVAILABILITY FOR INSPECTION CONTACT: SEGUN AINA PHONE: +2348033764635 EMAIL: OLUSEGUNGABRIEL4262@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRAWLER EXCAVATOR | WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE CATERPILLAR 320CL & 330CL HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS, YEAR MODEL SHOULD BE AROUND 2002. MACHINES MUST BE GOOD LOOKING AND IN WORKING CONDITION WITH OLD PAINT. PLEASE OFFER ME WHAT YOU HAVE WITH BUNCH OF PICTURES, YEAR MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION AND FINAL OFFER PRICE. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL:SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYD PUMP 440 WABCO CONTACT: LARRY BARTH EMAIL: BARTH.LARRY1@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

KOMATSU BG380JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR, USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BULLDOZER KOMASTU 155AX 6, 2010, LOW HOURS WITH RIPPER, USER USA CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN @BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 235B EXCAVATOR FOR SALE | 235B EXCAVATOR WITH ONLY 7000 ORGINAL HOURS PLUMBED FOR A HAMMER OR SHEER NEVER USED. WILL TRADE FOR A MINI EXCAVATOR CAT 308 OR KOMATSU 78 SIZE CONTACT: MATTHEW PHONE: 586-792-1890 FAX: 586-792-8050 | EMAIL:BACCI21@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– D25B OFF HIGHWAY CAT DUMPER | PLS SEND THE MODEL, YR OF MANUFACTURE, HR RUN, CONDITION, PRICE, AVALABILITY FOR INSPECTION CONTACT: SEGUN AINA PHONE: +2348033764635 EMAIL: OLUSEGUNGABRIEL4262@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED NOW BULLDOZER D7G WITH RIPPER OR WINCH USER USA NO SALESMEN PLEASE. NO OVERSEES CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN @BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT WHEEL LOADERS 966 & 980 OLDER MODELS | MACHINES MUST BE GOOD LOOKING AND IN WORKING CONDITION WITH OLD PAINT. WHOLESALE PRICE CONTACT: MATT PHONE: 1 800 660 5453 FAX: 415 455 9945 EMAIL: MOSIUHWU123@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

BACKHOE 580SE (CASE) | WANT TO KNOW THE PRICE ON IT CONTACT: RAVI PHONE: 0125642413 EMAIL: MRAVIN_54@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADER 920, 930, 950 | REQUIRED USED MACHINES TO IKRAM ULLAH KHAN & COMPANY | REGULAR REQUIREMENT OF MENTIONED MACHINES. (WE BUY FOR OUR OWN STOCK TIME TO TIME) MARKET MEET MACHINERY: CAT WHEEL LOADERS 910, 920, 930, 950, 950B, E & 966D, E AND 966F. CONTACT: IKRAM KHAN PHONE: +923002831078 EMAIL: IUK.IUKCO@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED GEAR #448/31105 FOR JCB LOADER 407B-ZX USED OR NEW ASAP. CONTACT: NORM EMAIL: NORM.BLAIS@COGECO.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HORIZONAL GRINDER CONTACT: JOE TURNER PHONE: 740-357-3685 FAX: 740-858-2700 EMAIL: LITJOE063@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR D8K DOZERS | WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE CATERPILLAR D8K DOZERS (SERIAL NUMBER 12XXX UP) AS WELL AS THE FOLLOWING CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS. MACHINES MUST BE GOOD LOOKING AND IN WORKING CONDITION WITH OLD PAINT. PLEASE OFFER ME WHAT YOU HAVE WITH BUNCH OF PICTURES, YEAR MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION AND FINAL OFFER PRICE. CAT LOADERS: --------------------- 910, 920, 930, 936E, 936F, 938G 950B, 950C, 950E, 950F, 950G, 966C, 966D, 966E, 966F, 966G, 966H 980C (1987 UP), 980F, 980G CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL:SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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856/429-9149

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BUCKET TRUCK | CONTACT: RAYS TREE SERVICE EMAIL: RAYSTREE1023@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ZERO TURN LAWN MOWER | LOOKING FOR COMMERICAL 60" ZERO TURN LAWN MOWER. CONTACT: PAUL ROMANOWSKI PHONE: 51888335585 EMAIL:PAULROMO@FRONTIERNET.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PNEUMATIC TIRE ROLLER | LEEBOY 420, ANDERS, BASIC ROLLERS WANTED ALSO 2 OR 4 TON HOT BOXES ALL TYPE ASPHALT / SEALCOAT EQUIPMENT WANTED. SEND PICS CONTACT: JAMES MANN PHONE: 404-273-9424 FAX: 770-306-9377 EMAIL:JAMES2525@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 54" BUCKET FOR CATERPILLAR 330BL EXCAVATOR | S/N 6DR01140, WITH DFAMILY LINKAGE. I THINK THAT THE CORRECT PART NO IS: 132-5047. IF INTERESTED WE WOULD BE OPEN TO TRADING THE 42” BUCKET, PART NO: 132-5045 THAT WOULD BE COMING OFF OF THE MACHINE. THE CUSTOMER WOULD ALSO CONSIDER A 60”. CONTACT: WENDELL CAIN PHONE: 770-381-8984 FAX: 770-381-6977 EMAIL:WENDELL@CAINANDTODD.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2 265X25 TIRES NEW OR AT LEAST 40% CONTACT: STEVE FONS FAX: 810-231-5188 EMAIL: SFONS@FONSONINC.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JRB COUPLER FOR JD 544G AND BUCKET CONTACT: KEN VALENTINE PHONE: 330-219-1003 FAX: 330-856-3935 EMAIL:KRV8815@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED ALL THE TIME USER USA NO SALESMAN BUL D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 1990 AND UP RIPPER WINCH CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN @BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200, EX400 | , PLEASE INFORM ME WHEN AVAILABLE FOR SALE. CONTACT: NAQIB KHAN PHONE: +92-333-3298751 EMAIL:NAQIB_KHAN73@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADER 950, 950B, 950E, 966D, 966E, 966F. IF AVAILABLE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW. CONTACT: HIDAYAT KHAN PHONE: +92-345-8818803 EMAIL:NAQIB_KHANINTRCO @HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBCAT EXCAVATOR E60 | I WANT A QUOTE FOR THE USED BOBCAT E60 THAT YOU HAVE. AND THE SHIPPING ESTIMATED FOR PUERTO RICO, THE ZIP CODE IS 00987. CONTACT: LEYLA SANTIAGO PHONE: 787-226-4415 EMAIL: LEYLASANTIAGO@HOTMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

BULLDOZER D9N AND D9R WITH RIPPER CONTACT: OUFI PHONE: 966 5430185141 FAX: 966 27512024 | EMAIL:ALOUFI01@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GEARINTERNAL | NEED INTERNAL 1 GEAR#448/31105 AND 2 OILSEALS#904/50033 FOR JCB407B-ZX LOADER#0757635, A USED GEAR WOULD WORK TOO. THANKS CONTACT: NORM BLAIS PHONE: 1-705-474-3943 FAX: 1-705-474-8891 | EMAIL:NORM.BLAIS@COGECO.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KAWASAKI LOADERS | WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE THE FOLLOWING KAWASAKI WHEEL LOADERS. IF YOU HAVE ANY, PLEASE OFFER IT TO ME WITH COMPLETE SET OF PICTURES, YEAR MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION AND LAST OFFER PRICE. 50Z-V 60Z-V 65Z-IV, 65ZV 70Z-II, 70Z-IV, 70Z-V 80Z-II, 80Z-IV, 80ZV 85Z-II, 85Z-IV, 85Z-V 90Z-II, 90Z-IV, 90ZV 95Z-II, 95Z-IV, 95Z-V CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL:SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED 4 IN 1 72 IN BUCKET TO FIT GEHL CTL 170 TRACK LOADER CONTACT: DAVE PHONE: 785-842-9033 EMAIL: FMH1010@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SKID LOADER | LOOKING FOR AN OLDER MODEL SKID LOADER. NEEDS TO HAVE A 4K LBS LIFT RATING CONTACT: MIKE DEMOND PHONE: 775-853-1058 FAX: 775-455-4196 EMAIL:SERVICE@MBCRUSHER.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– RAM SEAL/PISTON | NEED THE LEFT & RIGHT RAM SEAL/ PISTON FOR THE LEFT & RIGHT STOCK PILER... MACHINE EXTEC SCREEN PLANT MODEL # 5000 SERIAL # 5713 YEAR 1997. CONTACT: KURT PHILBERT PHONE: 718-530-5717 EMAIL: K18LANDER2@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOHN DEERE 450 EXCAVATOR | 2005 OR NEWER, 5000 PLUS IN HOURS, 72 INCH BUCKET CONTACT: KEVIN PHONE: 817-379-1340 FAX: 817-379-2734 EMAIL:KEVIN@BREQUIPMENTCO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU PC 400 EXCAVATOR | 2005 OR NEWER, 5000 PLUS IN HOURS, 72 INCH BUCKET CONTACT: MILO PARKS PHONE: 214-212-7026 FAX: 817-379-2734 EMAIL: MILO@BREQUIPMENTCO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 10054 AND 8042 SKY TRACK | BUY NEW CONTACT: MANUEL PHONE: 817 572 2250 FAX: 817 483 3973 EMAIL: MANUEL@EMPIREROOFING.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS

• Atlanta, GA June 26, 2012

www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944

• Albuquerque, NM June 26, 2012

• Atlantic City, NJ Sat., June 23, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Support, Attachments

• Statesville, NC June 27, 2012 • Minneapolis, MN June 27, 2012

COCHRAN AUCTIONS

IRAY AUCTIONS

• Atlanta, GA Wed., June 27, 2012 For: Truck Tractors, Van Trailers, Construction & Support Equipment

• Canton, PA June 28, 2012

www.cochranauctions.com 301-739-0538

www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230

• Phoenix, AZ June 29, 2012

• Hagerstown, MD Fri.-Sat., July 6-7, 2012 For: Major 2-Day Summer Contractor’s Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Fri., July 27, 2012

• Chicago, IL Fri.-Sat., June 29-30, 2012 For: 2 Day Complete Liquidation – Trucks, Trailers, Cat engines, Cat Components • Manchester, NH Sat., July 7, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • Phoenix, AZ Thurs., July 12, 2012 For: Complete Liquidation of Late Model Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Canastota, NY Sat., July 14, 2012 For: Construction and Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Trucks, Trailers

• Birdsboro, PA June 29, 2012

C

oming

• St. Louis, MO June 29, 2012 • Anchorage, AK July 17, 2012

DARELL DUNKLE & ASSOCIATES AUCTIONEERS INC.

• Albuquerque, NM July 18, 2012

www.dunkleauctioneers.com 800-433-6670

• Rocky Mount, VA July 19, 2012 • Boise, ID July 20, 2012 • Las Vegas, NV July 27, 2012

• Mancelona, MI Thurs., June 21, 2012 For: Ken Allen Trucking

DAVIS AUCTIONS www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087

• Dallas, TX Tues., July 24, 2012 For: Rental Fleet Construction, Support Equipment and Attachments

ASSET NATION AUCTIONS www.assetnation.com 800-856-7445

• Prospect, CT June 23, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

• Syracuse, NY Thurs., July 26, 2012 For: Construction and Shop Equipment

• Online Only Closes June 21, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

• Prospect, CT August 18, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

• Queretero, Mexico Fri., August 10, 2012 For: Used and Unused Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment

• Online Only Closes June 27, 2012 For: Building Products Manufacturer

• Prospect, CT October 13, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

• Kissimmee, FL Wed., August 15, 2012 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerials, Trucks and Trailers • Racine, WI Sat., August 18, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Truck Tractors and Support • Westminster, VT Sun, August 26, 2012 For: Complete Liquidation of Santa’s Land Amusement Park: Running Trains, Merry-Go-Round, Rides, Real Estate • Scranton, PA Sat., September 22, 2012 For: Aggregate Construction, Support Equipment • Barranquilla, Columbia Sat., November 24, 2012 For: Late Model Construction and Support Equipment

• Online Only Closes June 28, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • Online Only Closes July 5, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

FAHEY SALES AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS www.faheysales.com 952-873-2555

• Online Only Closes July 10, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

• Online Only Closes June 25, 2012 For: Equipment Consignment Auction

BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700 • Phoenix, AZ Thurs., June 21, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

CAT AUCTION SERVICES

www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631

www.catauctions.com 866-750-9432

• Columbus, OH June 21, 2012

• St. Thomas, PA June 28, 2012 For: Charles E. Brake Co. (Complete Dispersal)

• Online Only Closes July 30, 2012 For: Equipment Consignment Auction • New Prague, MN Sat., August 11, 2012 For: Equipment Consignment Auction • Lathrop, MO Sat., August 25, 2012 For: Mid Country Equipment Consignment Auction • Online Only Closes September 24, 2012 For: Equipment Consignment Auction

www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200

uctions

• Foley, MN Fri., September 14, 2012 • Foley, MN Fri., November 30, 2012

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • ONLINE ONLY June 21, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY June 27, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY June 28-29, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY July 12, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY July 19, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY July 26, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

• Online Only Closes July 10, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS

• Bozeman, MT June 22, 2012

��� Prospect, CT December 8, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

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PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC.

JOEL HEISEY AUCTIONEER

• Stamford, CT TBD - July For: Construction Equipment

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • Hatboro, PA Wed. July 18, 2012 For: Complete Liquidation of Metal Fabrication Shop • Scottsbluff, NE Wed. August 8, 2012 For: Complete Liquidation Power Line – Transmission Contractor

• Online Only June 14-27, 2012 For: Park River Implement

LENNY BRYSON, AUCTIONEER www.lennybrysonauctioneer.com 815-946-4120

• Online Only Wed., July 10-18, 2012 For: Kibble Equipment Inc.

• Forreston, IL Tues., July 24, 2012 For: Land and Gravel Pit Auction

• West Fargo, ND Wed., July 25, 2012 For: AgIron 61 Consignment Event – Construction Equipment

THE AUCTION COMPANY www.theauctioncompany.net 951-657-5300

www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728

• Northern CA Fri.-Sat., June 22-23, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Govt. Vehicles

• Brooklyn, MS Fri.-Sat., June 22-23, 2012 For: 2-Day Construction Equipment Auction

• Southern CA Sat., June 23, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers

MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY

• Smithfield, NC Thur., June 21, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

• Topsham, ME Thur., June 14, 2012 For: Annual Summer Consignment Auction

• Mount Airy, NC Thur., June 28, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS, INC.

• Southern CA Sat., December 8, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers • Northern CA Sat., December 15, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Govt. Vehicles

UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., June 22, 2012 For: Construction and Utility Equipment

HOWARD W. VISSCHER & SON www.visscherauctions.com 607-699-7250 • Ithaca, NY Sat., June 30, 2012 For: Complete Liquidation Ken Hoover Paving

WILSON’S AUCTION SALES

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC.

• Thomasville, PA Sat., July 28, 2012 For: Excavating Equipment, Trucks, Trailers & Tools

• Online Only June 11-July 2, 2012 For: 2000 Johnson Ross Portable Mix Plant

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., June 28, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

www.steffesauctioneers.com 701-237-9173

www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560

www.keenanauction.com 207-885-5100

www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC.

www.joelheiseyauctioneer.com 717-949-3211

KEENAN AUCTION COMPANY

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION

• Northern CA Sat., November 17, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Govt. Vehicle

• Northern CA Sat., July 28, 2012 For: Times Online Only Sale on Behalf of PG&E • Southern CA Sat., August 18, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers • Northern CA Sat., September 8, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Govt. Vehicles

www.myronbowling.com 513-738-3311

• Southern CA Sat., October 13, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers

• Novi, MI Tues., August 7, 2012 For: Tony Angelo Cement Construction Co.

• Northern CA Sat., October 13, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Govt. Vehicles

www.wilsonsauction.com 302-422-3454 • Harrington, DE Sat., September 22, 2012 For: Mid-Atlantic Equipment Auction

WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC. www.wolfeauctions.com 800-443-9580 • York Springs, PA Fri., June 22, 2012 For: Southern PA Contractors Auction

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Bowe, NH Thurs., June 21, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • Livonia, MI Thurs., June 28, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • Wilmington, MI Thurs., August 16, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

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ALEX

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BRIDGE from page 1

in 1929, two years after an epic flood washed out a covered bridge there. The bridges are marked by the crisscrossing Ibeams that form a latticework that creates a steel canopy above the road surface. It was a marvel of its time, but by the bridge’s 60th birthday in 1989, Vermont officials had recognized that it needed to be modernized. The two travel lanes were a total of 20 ft. (6 m) across, barely wide enough for two cars to pass; there is no shoulder, no room for bicyclists or pedestrians; and the steel and the supports were showing their age. “I travel that road every day, twice a day,” said Vermont Transportation Structures Project Manager Carolyn Carlson, who started working on the Richmond bridge in 1989. “Driving on it before when it was 20 feet [from] rail to rail, you’d find it very nerve-racking.” Still, state and federal officials wanted to keep the historic look of the bridge — three such bridges are left in the state and the Richmond one is the only one on a major roadway. It took decades to decide on the unusual course of action. The project’s cost, an estimated $16 million, is more than double that of building a new bridge. At first, officials were reluctant to undertake the more expensive option, but as time went on it became clear it could work. “When you are dealing with a historic resource, you don’t look at it as extra money,” said Scott Newman, the historic preservation officer of the Vermont Agency of Transportation. Two federal laws require that the significance of historic structures be taken into account when planning transportation projects as long as the alternative is “prudent and feasible,” Newman said. “The bar for establishing whether something is prudent or feasible is very high,” he said. “There’s a thumb on the scale in favor of the preservation of the resource. We are very careful about that.” It’s not clear who came up with the idea of cutting the bridge in two and widening it, said Carlson. Construction on the project began in the winter with the installation of a temporary bridge. Now, the 1929 bridge is being supported by beams set in the river and the two sides are to be separated in the next few days. The downstream truss will slide on bearings, pulled and pushed simultaneously by a series of interconnected jacks. The separating, winching and refastening is only supposed to take a day, but it will be another year before traffic is rolling again on the new bridge. Over her 27 years at the Vermont Transportation Agency, Carlson estimated she’s overseen the construction of 100 bridges. But the Checkered House Bridge is special. “The bridges that have the challenges are the unique ones. Everyone [engineers] has a bridge that they say, when it’s built, ‘I can retire,’” she said. This is hers, but she has no plans to retire just yet.

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Important Auctions

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AUCTION CALENDAR 1.

Saturday, June 23: ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY (Atlantic City Racetrack): Unused & Used Late Model Cat Rental Fleet Construction Equipment including: Cat Vibratory Rollers and Late Model Cat 320DL & Cat 320CL.

2.

Wednesday, June 27: ATLANTA (Bremen), GEORGIA: Complete Liquidation of Truck Tractors, Late Model 53ft. Van Trailers, Construction & Support Equipment, plus More!

3.-4.

Friday, June 29th & Saturday, June 30th: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS: 2 DAY COMPLETE LIQUIDATION! Late Model

Service Trucks, Truck Tractor, Equipment Trailer, Various Cat Machines, Large Quantity Cat Engines, Rebuilt Transmissions, Cat Components, Cat Parts, Large Assortment Cat Tooling and Machine Shop Equipment. 5.

Saturday, July 7: MANCHESTER (BOW), NEW HAMPSHIRE: Complete Liquidation: Hilites: 2010 Volvo (tri.) 5,000 miles, 2011 JD 225DLC, 2011 JD 524K, JF 650H, 2007 JD 550JLT, JD 450J, JD 450H, 2008 JD 310 SJ (total), 2010 JD 323DT, JD 27C.

6.

Thursday, July 12: PHOENIX, ARIZONA: Complete Liquidation of Late Model Construction Equipment: (75) Forklifts, (80) Pickups, (25) Delivery Trucks (mostly with cranes), (30) Trailers (mostly with cranes). PLUS: Complete Wood Truss Manufacturing Plant including all types of machinery and enormous amount of tooling.

7.

Saturday, July 14: CANASTOTA, NEW YORK: Lyon’s Annual Summer Hay Camp & Friday Night Barbecue! Late Model Construction Equipment, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers. WATCH FOR DETAILS! HILITES: 2010-2009 Cat D8T, (2) 2009 Cat D7R (ripper), 2012 Cat D6NXL (unused), (6) Cat D6T & D6N, 2010 Cat 320D, 2011 Cat 980H, (2) 2012 Cat CD54, 2007 Cat XQ600, (2) 2012 JCB 3CX-14 (4x4).

8.

Tuesday, July 24th: DALLAS (Ft. Worth), TEXAS: Rental Fleet Construction, Support Equipment & Attachments.

9.

Thursday, July 26th (EVENING): SYRACUSE, NEW YORK: Complete Liquidation: Asphalt Paver, Late Model Vibratory Rollers, Rough Terrain Crane, Skid Steers, Mini Excavators, Very Large Amount of Shop Equipment, Tooling & Accessories. VERY NICE!

10.

Friday, August 10th: QUERETARO, MEXICO: Unused & Used Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment.

11.

Wednesday, August 15th: KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerials, Trucks & Trailers.

12.

Saturday, August 18: RACINE, WISCONSIN: Complete Liquidation of Late Model Earthmoving Equipment, Truck Tractors, Equipment Trailers & Support.

13. Sunday, August 26: WESTMINSTER, VERMONT: Complete Liquidation Santa’s Land Amusement Park: Running Trains, Merry-Go-Round, Amusement Rides, Support & Real Estate. 14.

Saturday, September 22: SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA: Complete Liquidation: Aggregate Construction, Support Equipment, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks & Trailers.

15.

Saturday, November 24: BARRANQUILLA, COLOMBIA: SECOND TIME IN COLOMBIA! Very Large Late Model Construction & Support Equipment Auction.

16. DTBA: ST LOUIS, MISSOURI: Construction, Support Equipment, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers. 17. DTBA: LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY: Late Model Cat, John Deere, Komatsu Earthmoving Equipment, Attachments, Support, Trucks & Trailers.

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ABSOLUTE HEAVY EQUIPMENT – TRUCK & TRAILER AUCTION Mount Airy, North Carolina Sale Site Address: 522 E. Pine St., Mount Airy, NC 27030

THURSDAY, JUNE 28th, 2012 - 9:00 AM Partial List to Date LOADER BACKHOES 2006 Cat 420E (4X4) A/C CAB; 2004 Cat 420D (4X4) A/C CAB; TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS (4) 20072004 Lull 944E-42; (2) 2006 Lull 644E-42; WHEEL LOADER 1996 Cat IT14G; SKID STEER LOADERS (2) 2006 Cat 287B High Flow XPS; (2) 2006 Deere CT332; (4) 2006 Deere CT322; HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS 1998 Case 9010B; 2004 Case CX47 ZTS; 2004 Kubota KX161-3; MOTOR GRADER 2001 Leeboy 685; UTILITY TRACTORS 2004 John Deere 2210 (4X4); Montana 4320; BOOM LIFT 1999 Terex TB44 (4WD); SCISSOR LIFTS (2) 2002 JLG 2632E2; PORTABLE GENERATOR SETS Onan 35SJB; Terex T25; Onan 15MDKAD; PORTABLE AIR COMPRESSORS (2) Gardner-Denver D0190JD8A; PRESSURE WASHERS (2) 2007 Udor GKC30/20S; (2) 2012 Easy Kleen Magnum Gold 4000 Hot Water; 2012 Easy Kleen Magnum Plus 4000 Hot Water; SHOP EQUPMENT (2) 2002 Wheeltronic LTD WH-10SYM Automotive Lifts; (3) Conoco 55 Gallon Shop Oil Dispensing Tanks; Large Quantity of Portable Shop Fans; Large Quantity of Master Propane Heaters; Large Quantity of Utilitech Tripod Shop Utility Lights; Large Quantity of Shop Vacs; Werner/Louisville Ladders (Extension, Step, Aluminum, Fiberglass) Large Quantity; Emissions Inspection Machine; Knaack/Greenlee Model 69 Storagemaster Chests; Over 300 lots of electric power tools (Dewalt, Bosch, Black & Decker, Ramset Hiliti, etc.); EROSION CONTROL EQUIPMENT Easy Lawn TM35 Hydroseeder; TRUCK TRACTORS – TANDEM AXLE 1990 Peterbilt 379 Sleeper Cab; ROLL BACK TRUCK 2001 Freightliner Classic XL Jenkins 24 ft; BUCKET TRUCK 2001 Chevrolet C7500 w/ Altec AA600; DUMP TRUCK – TANDEM AXLE 1999 International 9400; DUMP TRUCKS – SINGLE AXLE (2) 19981997 Freightliner FL70; LOWBOY TRAILERS 1997 Ledwell HT50102HT Hydratail; GOLF CARTS (10) 2007 Club Car Precedent Golf Carts; OTHER ITEMS TO INCLUDE: Equipment Trailers, Cargo Trailers, Shop Equipment, Hand Tools, Light Support Equipment, Various Attachments, Welding Equipment, Lawn Maintenance Equipment, Job Safety Equipment and Supplies, Contractor Grade Tools and Accessories, Heavy Duty Truck & Trailer Parts/Accessories, Heavy Equipment Parts and Accessories, Steel and Iron Building Material, Fuel Equipment, Industrial Shelving Systems, misc items – see website for complete listing with descriptions and pictures at meekinsauction.com

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2006 LULL 944E-42

ONAN 15MDKAD GENERATOR SET 2001 LEEBOY 685

2006 CAT 420E 4X4

PETERBILT 379 - 1997 LEDWELL 35 TON HYDRATAIL

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1998 CASE 9010B

1996 CAT IT14G

1999 INTERNATIONAL 9400

2006 DEERE CT332

2001 FREIGHTLINER CLASSIC XL JENKINS 24 FT ROLL BACK

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Kiely Equipment Co. Lights Up Bamboozle Festival 2012 The Bamboozle Festival, a three-day oceanfront festival in Asbury Park, N.J. offers the best in mainstream pop, rock, metal and comedy. Acts such as Skrillex, Foo Fighters and Bon Jovi entertained a reported crowd greater than 50,000 people. Kiely Equipment Co. provided light towers and message boards to aid in pedestrian and vehicle traffic in both Asbury Park, N.J. and a staging area in Long Branch, N.J. “We are excited to be considered for this

great musical event. Our equipment, whether it be signs, cones, barricades or light towers and message boards, are available for rent for concerts, marathons and all sorts of school sporting events,” said John M. Kiely, president of Kiely Equipment Co. Kiely Equipment Co., founded in 2000 rents, sells and distributes traffic and pedestrian safety equipment. For more information, visit www.KIELYEQ.com.

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Close Call Spurs Improved Safety With TRACK-VISION David Pyper is simply glad he didn’t have to learn his safety lesson the hard way. “It was 6 or 7 years ago in one of our aggregate pits,” he recalled, “where our 966 loader was finishing a load for a customer. Another landscaper, who was waiting for the next load, pulled his truck up beside the machine and got out and walked right into the loader’s blind spot. The loader came very close to the driver, who had his back to the loader, when the other truck driver honked his horn.” The close call was enough for Pyper to immediately order backup safety cameras for all of his loading equipment. Greely Sand & Gravel is one of Ottawa’s largest suppliers of mulch, sand, soil and stone. GS&G has been a family-run business since its inception in 1982. For the past 30 years, GS&G has earned a reputation as one of the best landscape suppliers in eastern Ontario. This achievement could not have been accomplished without safety and awareness to employees and the public. Maintenance and daily inspections enable Greely S&G’s heavy equipment to sustain its drive for safety. Greely S&G services everyone from homeowners to large construction companies. Greely S&G has commercial pits for customers of soils, sand, gravel and compost, plus two landscape depots where customers pick up garden soils, river rock and mulch. The challenge, he noted, is that not everyone visiting his locations is well practiced at self preservation around heavy equipment. The Heavy-Duty Solution for Customer Safety “We put cameras on every one of our loaders, from our 972 down to the 930s at our landscape depots,” Pyper reported. “They work a lot around the general population, so safety in the yard is always a concern.” He had remembered seeing TRACKVISION camera systems at a trade show in Las Vegas, and so he contacted the local dealer who represented the line for RMT Equipment, the North American distributor. Pyper had already experimented briefly with an aftermarket camera, but quickly learned that the typical surveillance-style camera can’t stand up to job site vibrations and impacts. He recognized what was required was a backup camera system designed specifically for the equipment industry that could withstand the harsh environment and rugged use that it would be subjected to — a true heavy-duty, day and night, all-season system. While safety was the main reason for installing the cameras, the GS&G equipment quickly discovered additional benefits to a rear camera view, whether they are loading trucks in the yard or clearing snow from parking lots through the winter.

The TRACK-VISION backup camera system provides Greely’s operators with the ability to see from the very back of the unit to more than 30 ft. (9 m) away.

ciently, with a greater sense of confidence. They can line up better with the shovel, and they save time hooking up to other equipment without leaving the cab to check their positioning. “You just back up to the pintle hitch, drop your pin and away you go,” according to Pyper. “Without ramming into the hitch, either,” he added. When the loaders are on snow, the add-on lighting with the TRACKVISION system allows them to feel safer and more efficient.

David Pyper really appreciates the TRACK-VISION backup camera

Cat loader. Added Benefits With Improved Rear Vision “Our operators are very happy with these cameras,” said Pyper. “The image is sharp and crystal clear. We get tons of salt on the roads here, but we just give the lens a wipe and we’ve got full eyes again.” TRACK-VISION’s wide-angle lens provides a 115 degrees field of view. The camera is housed in a waterproof

casing, with built-in heating to keep the lens clear of snow, frost and condensation. Greely loaders are all pressurewashed once a week, but the TRACK-VISION cameras have had no problem facing the 2,000 psi spray. With a sharp rear-view display on a 7 in. dashboard monitor, GS&G operators now run their machines more effi-

The Proof Is in the Camera More recently, GS&S installed the latest “bonus” feature from TRACK-VISION — a digital recording system that captures up to 72 hours of video from the backup camera. “We had another instance where a customer’s truck snuck in behind the loader at the last minute and they came in contact. We felt the truck was at fault but we had no visual proof. With the TRACK-VISION system in his recorder, that won’t happen again.” The recorder saves video segments to a standard 32 GB compact flash card in 75 minute blocks. RMT Equipment supplies it with a card reader to play back the video on any Windows MPEG2-compatible player with a USB 2.0 input. “When we play it back on a 20 in. monitor, it is perfectly clear,” said Pyper. see CAMERA page 124

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TRACK-VISION Backup Cameras Improve Safety

Not everyone visiting Greely Sand & Gravel appreciates the danger of parking behind a loader. CAMERA from page 122

At Greely’s main aggregates location, only the 972 loader is assigned to loading customers’ trucks. “With the recorder running, we don’t have to worry about arguing over who did what if there’s an incident. All the evidence is right there for everyone to see. It keeps things simple if there’s another incident.” With 10 TRACKVISION equipped loaders in his fleet and several years of service behind him, Pyper is sure he found the right safety solution for his equipment and customers. “They are very detailed with their installation, so you get a good setup for the specific machine. We only ever had one issue where, it turned out, a cable was pinched, but they came right out and rewired it. They give us great service at very reasonable rates.”

System for wheel loaders, forklifts, log loaders, excavators, mining trucks, scrapers and conveyor belt scales and metal detectors. RMT is the North American head office of

“With the recorder running, we don’t have to worry about arguing over who did what if there’s an incident.”

About RMT Equipment Established by Bob and Marc Lefebvre in 1996, today RMT Equipment is a leading North American specialist in weighing solutions and the TRACK-VISION Camera

David Pyper Greely Sand & Gravel

the VEI payload management systems (loader scales) and the Canadian head office of SciTronics belt scales and metal detectors. In 2010, RMT introduced North America to the XW family of wireless crane scales and grapple scales developed by Intermercato AB of Sweden. RMT systems and solutions are sold and serviced by a growing network of equipment dealers throughout the United States and Canada. For more information, call 800/648-8132 or visit www.rmtequip.com.

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2 DAY COMPLETE LIQUIDATION COMPLETE LIQUIDATION HART’S TRACTOR COMPANY LATE MODEL SERVICE TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTOR, EQUIPMENT TRAILER, VARIOUS CAT MACHINES, LARGE QUANTITY CAT ENGINES, REBUILT TRANSMISSIONS, CAT COMPONENTS, CAT PARTS, LARGE ASSORTMENT CAT TOOLING AND MACHINE SHOP EQUIPMENT.

AUCTION

CHICAGO, (ELMHURST)

ILLINOIS

NOTE: After many very successful years in the heavy equipment service & repair business, the decision has been made to retire and sell everything at auction.

EARLY HILITES: 6 SERVICE TRUCKS: all have Maintainer Cranes & Bodies, Air Compressors & Welders:, 2005 Ford F750

Super Duty w/10,000lb. Crane - Lube System - (4) 100gal. Vac. Systems -AC Welder - 134,000miles, 2011 Ford F550 Super Duty (6,000lb. Crane) – 2007 (w/6,000lb. Crane & 63,532mi.)- (2) 2004 Ford F550 Super Duty (w/6,000lb. Crane - 125,925 mi. & 157,305mi.) -2001 Ford F550 Super Duty (w/6,000lb. Crane -153,000mi.), UTILITY TRUCK: 2001 Ford F350 (98,672mi.), 3 STAKE RACK TRUCKS: 2002 (9Ft.)-(2) 1999 (16ft. & 14ft.) Ford F550 Super Duty, TRUCK & TRAILER COMBO: 2003 Peterbilt 379: C-15 475hp. -18spd. – t/a – wetlines – day cab – over $10K in chrome – 281,000 mi., with 2003 Etnyre/ OCI 55T (tri.), 2 PICKUPS: 2011 Ford Ranger, 1999 Ford F250, 6 DUMP TRAILERS: (5) 1998-1997 Trailking Tibrook 24ft. (t/a), 6 FLATBED TRAILERS: (2) 1991 Trailmobile (t/a), (4) 1996 Wabash 45ft. (t/a), 5 TAGALONG TRAILERS: 1997 Custom, (4) Cronkite 18ft. (t/a), ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE: Pettibone 30 15 Ton, CARRY DECK CRANES: Drott 8.5 Ton, 2 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat E120, Kobelco SK150, MOTOR GRADER: Cat 12F, RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Coyote C-8, TOOL CARRIER: Cat IT28B, 2 CRAWLER LOADERS: (2) Cat 953, GRINDER/ MILLING MACHINE: Remax 4800 Grinder/ towable 48in. Milling Machine, LOG LOADER TRUCK: Oshkosh w/ Prentice Loader, 3 SKID STEERS: Bobcat 873G, Bobcat 873F, Bobcat 863, 3 AIR COMPRESSORS: IR 375, IR 185CFM, IR 175CFM, RECREATIONAL & UTILITY VEHICLE: Kawasaki Prairie 400 ATV w/ Plow & Salt Spreader, LARGE QTY. REBUILT COMPONENTS: (2) Cat 627 Engines, Cat 963 Engine, (2) Cat 3306 Engine, Cat 3126 Engine, Cat D330 Engine, John Deere 6076 Engine, Deutz 3 cylinder, Detroit 471 4V Engine, Detroit 6V71 (Good Take Out), Detroit 3-53 (Good- Take Out), Cat 966C Transmission, Cat 963 Transmission, Cat 950 Transmission, Cat 825 Transmission, (2) Cat 627 Transmissions, Cat 615 Transmission, Large Qty. Rebuilt Valves & Components for Cat & Terex, Misc. Buckets, Frost Teeth, Plate Compactors, Thumbs, Quick Couplers, ATTACHMENTS: Large assortment of Excavator buckets for: Cat 312, 315, 320, 325's, Gradall Buckets: C buckets, 60", 54", 36" ditching bkts., Assortment of excavator thumbs and couplers, Cat undercarriage parts, idlers, pads, chains, rollers, and sprockets, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT & TOOLS: Sioux 370-8 3 phase natural gas steam washer, SnapOn MM250SL welder, SnapOn Code Scanner, AxE Bead Blaster, Cuda H2O-2848 Parts Washer, Jet JDP-20MS pedestal drill press, Miller XMT300 welder, Exacto 942E Milling machine, Voest lathe, Dewalt chop saw, Jet 10” bench grinder, Hydraulic wrench, bortec welder, climax boring bar, quickway cylinder boring bar and fixture, flame sprayer, boring bars, miller 300 wire feed welder, Peterson surface grinder w/ dust collector, (2) custom built final drive hoist, Assortment of shop tables, large quantity of torches, floor jacks, bucket pin stock, custom built cylinder bench, assortment of stock steel, 9 barrel bulk oil rack, nutec pc50-150 plasma cutter, (3) swing arm shop cranes, 2 with 1 ton air hoist and 3rd with chain ½ ton chain fall, tracmaster tm1404 100 ton press, Miller Big 50 diesel powered welder generator, New schmidt 6.5cf sand blast pot, Empire 6 bag sand blast pot, Final drive port presses, (2) 75 ton, (1) 60 ton, (1) 100 ton, Magnetic drill, assortment steering clutch cat tooling, Hayden 5000psi flow meter (like new), large assortment of hydraulic gauges and testing tools, 50gpm flow meter, Large assortment of engine tooling for Cat, Detroit, John Deere, Cummins: Piston installers, Crankshaft seal installers, liner installers and removers, injector tooling (for most makes and many series), lapping blocks, valve spring pressure testing tools, nozzelator injector testing tool, Neway valve seat cutting system (guides, cutters, and bench), PMD auto surface grinder, Cat hydrostatic transmission setting tools, cat fuel system tooling, turbo boost gauge, assortment of fuel injection tooling, drake arbor press, OTC 25 ton press, Dayton 10 ton portable press, Dayton porta-power, snap on torque wrench, Surface grinder, ideal CG 8- Valve refacer, Kent-Moore 2400 counter boring tools, Kent-Moore PG 2450 bore cutter, 6-12” Micrometer, assortment of cam shafts and heads, Large assortment of air filters, (4) 100 ton portable jack hydraulic jacks with gas powered power unit. ** SELLING THE CONTENTS OF HART'S 10,000 SQUARE FT BUILDING, 4 DOUBLE BAYS, 2,000 SQ FT PARTS ROOM, EMPLOYING 50 PEOPLE: Hundreds of service and parts manuals, and microfiche for OEM machines, Parts Room: “Parts for anything and everything”, Large assortment of Cat and Terex Parts: Nuts and bolt bins, Cat O-rings, seal kits, (4) Vidmar 6 drawer cabinets, flanges, bearings, sun gear bearings, cylinder bushings, brake s cams, New and rebuilt engine starters for Cat, Detroit, and Cummins; New and rebuilt alternators, Murphy generator parts, large assortment of O-rings and gaskets, large quantity of oil and fuel filters for trucks, construction, and agricultural equipment, large assortment of belts, truck parts ( lug nuts, lights), Detroit & Allison transmission parts, Deutz engine parts, differential bearings, Cummins engine part, Samsung parts, Samsung/Volvo control checker (test bench), cat engine bearings, New engine turbo, stock hose, hydraulic couplers, Cat, Detroit, Cummins, bearing, liner, and rebuild kits, large assortment of Terex TS14 parts, Strobe lights, Sullivan air compress parts, hose clamps, cat seals, linkage seals, track adjusters, LARGE quantity of Cat parts (2 isles), loader linkage bushings, hydraulic pumps, NPK reseal kits, Rammer Hammer reseal kits, small assortment of Volvo parts, Large assortment of used/reconditioned parts, bkt teeth and shanks, u-joints, bearings, OFFICE FURNITURE: (3) office cubicle stations, phone system, executive office furniture: desk, shelves, cabinet, chair, safe, Kyocera KM1650 copier, Canon Microline 321 printer, (10) 4 drawer file cabinets.

Address: 249 W Lake Street, Elmhurst IL 60126. From Chicago O’Hare International: I-190 E 1.5 miles, exit 1D toward I-294 S/ Indiana/ S Tollway .4 miles. Merge onto I-294 S 6.3 miles, exit onto I-290 W toward US-20/IL-64/ Rockford 1.3 miles. Take exit 12 for US-20 W/ Lake St. toward IL-64 W .4 miles. Site on right. IL LIC. # 441001125 Jack Lyon Sponsored by: IL LIC. # 444.00318 Powers Auction & Equipment Sales LLC 1017 Trakk Ln, Woodstock, IL 60098 mpowersequip@msn.com Office (815) 338 - 9700 Fax (815) 338 - 9766

FRI., JUNE 29 & SAT. JUNE 30 @ 9:30 AM

FARNESE CONSTRUCTION, INC.

AUCTION MANCHESTER, (BOW) NEW HAMPSHIRE NOTE: The president of Farnese Construction has decided after a number of years to liquidate this fine company with only the best of equipment. HILITES INCLUDE: 7 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2007 JD 270DLC, 2011 JD 225DLC (zero turn, 600 hrs.), JD 50D, JD 50D, 2004 JD 27CZTS, 2006 Hitachi ZX270LC-5, Hitachi EX135UR, 5 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2011 JD 524K (350 hrs.), JD 544J, JD 544E, JD 444J, Case 921, 7 CRAWLER TRACTORS: JD 650J (winch), JD 650H, 2007 JD 550JLT (900hrs., cab, grading system), Demo 2008 JD 450J, 2006 JD 450JLT, JD 450JLT, JD 450H, 11 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: JD 410G (4x4), 2008 JD 310 Super J (4x4, total), 2007- (2) 2005 JD 310 Super G (4x4), JD 310 Super G (4x4), JD 310G (4X4), (2) JD 310 Super E (4x4), JD 510C (4x4), JCB 1400 (4x4), 2 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2012 JD 323DT, 2007 JD CT332, 8 SKID STEERS: 2010 JD 433, 2007 JD 328, (3) 2006 Bobcat S220, 2006 Bobcat S185, 2 AIR COMPRESSORS: Sullair 185CFM (100 hrs.), Leroy 185CFM, WELDER: Miller, LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTOR: Kubota 3200 (4x4, cab), DUMP TRUCK: 2010 Volvo (tri., 5,000 miles), 6 PICKUPS: (2) 2005-2004 Ford F350, 2005-2003 Ford F250 (4x4), 2004 Ford F150 (4x4), SUV: 2002 Ford Explorer, TAGALONG TRAILERS: 2005 6 Ton (t/a), VACUUM SYSTEM TRAILER: Giant Lead Vacuum (s/a), FUEL TANK: 250GAL., TRENCH BOX: 8FT. X 20FT., 7FT. X 10FT., STONE BOX: 2010 4 yard Stone Box, SNOW EQUIIPMENT: 12ft. Snow Pusher (like new!), HYDRAULIC HAMMERS: 2010 Gorilla (200512E), BUCKETS: (2) 24in. Digging Buckets for Size 200 Machine, 60in. Articulating Bucket, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Snow & Mulch Buckets, Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Grapples, Versatech Hay Spears, Root & Grapple Buckets, Fork Frames, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: 90lb. Jack Hammer, (2) 60lb. Jack Hammers, Rock Drill, York Rake, Demo Plate Compactors, Demo Power Trowels, Demo Edco Vacuums, Demo Edco Walk Behind Saws, Demo Edco Scarifier, Demo Edco Masonry Saw, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitchess, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Impact Wrenches, New Water Hose, Pintle Hitches, Submersible Pumps, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Mustang Rammer, Jack Hammer Air Hose, Hammer Drill, Hose Reels, Scaffolding, Porta Powers, New Smartquip Plate Compactor, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, MBW Plate Compactors, Multiquip Plate Compactors, Water Tanks. Address: Site located at Pit on south side of Dunklee Rd. in Bow, NH 03304. DIRECTIONS: From Manchester Airport: I-293 N/ NH-101 W toward Bedford/ Nashua/ Concord .6 miles, slight right onto I-293 N (signs for Manchester/ Concord) 8.5 miles, merge onto I-93 N 1.7 miles. Take exit 11 toward NH 3A/ Hooksett .3 miles, continue straight. Left at Hackett Hill Rd. .3 miles, left onto NH 3A N/ W River Rd. 3.4 miles – follow NH 3A N. Right onto Dunklee Rd. Signs will be posted.

PLEASE NOTE: *** NO SALES TAX IN NEW HAMPSHIRE *** AUCTIONEER: Jim Horn, AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: 2868

SAT., JULY 7 @ 9:30 AM

ALEX

LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

www.lyonauction.com corporate offices: Bridgeport, NY Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-5635 www.lyonauctionlive.com

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Consignments Now Being Accepted!

MAJOR 2-DAY SUMMER CONTRACTOR’S REGIONAL EQUIPMENT/TRUCK & TRAILER AUCTION

Located in Prime Location near

HAGERSTOWN* MARYLAND* USA Just East of Interstate 81 at Exit 35 Off Interstate 70

FRIDAY, JULY 6TH ~ 7:30 A.M. SATURDAY, JULY 7TH ~ 7:30 A.M. *Secured Creditor’s Auction-Selling Assets of AJO Concrete Construction Ready Mix Division *By Order of the United States Bankruptcy Courts-Complete Liquidation of ARS Contractors, Inc.-Merrill Cohen, Trustee *By Order of the United States Bankruptcy Courts-(2)Bankruptcy Cases-Roger Schlossberg, Trustee *Due to the untimely death of Gary Shaffer, our good customer & friend, will be selling Hydroseeders, Strawblowers & Other Related Equipment at Absolute Auction

EARLY HIGHLIGHTS OF AUCTION Including: Stephens Mo. Stallion Batch 150 Complete Concrete Plant; (23)Concrete Trucks to 2007 Model Year including (16)Macks; (27)Dump Trucks including Tri, Tandem & Single Axle; (11)Road Tractors including Tandem & Single Axle; (57)Support Trucks including Flusher, Hydroseeders, Service, Roll Off, Cab & Chassis, Box, Rollbacks,; (8)Rubber Tire Loaders; (9)Track Loaders; (6)Track Dozers; Hydraulic Excavators; Loader Backhoes; Compaction Equipment; Skid Loaders & Attachments; Cranes; Forklifts, Manlifts & Working Platforms; Chippers & Air Compressors; (42)Industrial, Farm & Compact Tractors; Farm Equipment; Support Equipment; (65)Trailers

We are currently adding equipment and trucks to this auction…. Let us show you how we can market your equipment and trucks to maximize the price that you receive at auction. Whether you have one piece of equipment or a complete fleet, contact us now for further information. Certainly these are not times for idle equipment to tie up your cash flow! Call us today!

Early consignments will receive maximum advertising coverage! For further information please call 301.739.0538 or email us at info@CochranAuctions.com

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AUCTIONEERS & ASSOCIATES, LTD PROFESSIONAL ACTIONEERS AND APPRAISERS SINCE 1972 7704 MAPLEVILLE ROAD • P.O. BOX 222 • BOONSBORO, MARYLAND 21713-0222 301.739.0538 • TOLL FREE (MD) 1.800.310.2844 • FAX 301.432.2844

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KEN HOOVER PAVING CONTRACTOR AUCTION 644 Enfield Falls Road (NYS Rte. 327) Ithaca, NY 14850

SATURDAY, JUNE 30TH @ 10:00 AM 644 Enfield Falls Rd. (Rte. 327) Ithaca, NY - from Route 13, just southwest of Ithaca, Tompkins County, NY take St. Rt. 327, 3 miles to the sale site.

EQUIPMENT: Case 450B Dozer 6 way blade, winch, 3800 hrs, excellent btm; JCB 1400B loader backhoe 4x4 extenda hoe 3917 hrs.; Bobcat 863 Turbo skid steer; LeeBoy 8500 Elite paver on tracks, 381 hrs., 4 cyl diesel; Leeboy 700B paver on rubber, Hatz diesel powered; Bitelli DTV 315 Peperine Vibratory double drum roller, Hatz diesel; attachments for skid steer; Bobcat 24” fast cut milling unit; Bobcat Broom; pallet forks; grapple forks; grapple tines fork; car hauling trailer; Chip spreading box for truck; TRUCKS: 1997 Freightliner tandem w/lift axle, dump, 20 ft aluminum box, 525 Cummins engine, has divisible load overweight permit; 1988 Ford L9000 dump w/16” steel box, 610 Cummins has overweight permit; 1999 Freightliner FL60 Cummins diesel 10ft steel dump box; 1995 international 4900 rollback w/26ft w/wheel wells – DT466 motor; 2000 Ford F350 V-10 crew cab w/Rugby contractors dump 68,250 miles MISC & SHOP: Emglo air compressor w/11 hp Honda; 3 plate tamps; Fox SFP 4000, Dynapac, etc; Makita chop saw w/motor for cutting black top; Giant Blower; 250 gallon fuel tank w/12V electric pimp; tar tank; transit; Laser transit Spectra w/tripod; Power Hoist; Solar 2175 wire feed welder; oxy acet torch set; battery chargers; jack stands; pair Good Year G286 tires 425/65Rx22.5; plus other tires; 5th wheel hitch; large Master heater; Gates hydraulic hose fitting machine; road barricades; safety cones; ¾” socket set; hydraulic jacks; tool boxes Snap On and Contents; new Honda engine; rakes; lutes; etc. for blacktop business; plus more as we prepare for auction www.visscherauctions.com for pictures AUCTIONEER NOTE: Due to health reason Ken is discontinuing the paving business and thus prompts auction of all his equipment. TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK • LUNCH AVAILABLE

MR. KEN HOOVER: OWNER 607-272-9110 HOWARD W. VISSCHER & SON SALES MANAGER AND AUCTIONEER NICHOLS, NY 607-699-7250

UPCOMING AUCTIONS ONE OWNER SALE EQUIPMENT AUCTION for

FRED N. DURANTE JR. GENERAL CONTRACTOR, INC. (Owner Retiring)

331 SELLECK ST, STAMFORD, CT 06902 DTBD • JULY 2012 INVENTORY OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, ROLLING STOCK, SHOP & OFFICE FIXTURES, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES FROM ONE OF FAIRFIELD COUNTY’S PREMIER CONTRACTORS TERMS: Complete payment or a minimum requirement of 20% deposit day of sale in Cash, Certified Check or Guaranteed Funds. Balance due within 4 days. ONLINE BIDDING THROUGH EQUIPMENTFACTS CALL FOR INFORMATION AND PICTURE BROCHURES

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More Than 1,900 Bidders From 50 Countries, All U.S.

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ore than 1,900 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers’ multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction in North East, Md., on June 5. Bidders came from more than 50 countries, including all 50 U.S. states. More than 85 percent of the equipment was sold to buyers outside the state, from as far away as Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Ghana, Indonesia and the

The ramp allows the crowd a great view of these Caterpillar crawler loaders.

The self-service kiosks allow users to conveniently check on the status of bids.

Two rows of backhoes extend across the Ritchie Bros. lot.

An auctioneer calls out the info for the attendees.

John Keeney (L) and Traci Keeney are all smiles as they take a closer look at this 1998 Caterpillar wheel loader.

An auctioneer calls the shots at the indoor lot of the auction.

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States Vie for Iron During Ritchie’s North East, Md., Sale United Arab Emirates. Online bidders purchased more than 38 percent of the equipment sold. The auction featured more than 1,600 equipment items and trucks, including wheel loaders, hydraulic excavators, articulated dump trucks, crawler tractors, motorgraders and truck tractors.

This 1974 Ford F756 S/A fire truck, with its unique detailing, was looked over by more than a few auction participants at the sale.

Lloyd Cobey (L) and Robert Cobey of Cobey Construction check out this John Deere 310 SG backhoe.

Nelson McCall (L) and Bryan Frapani pose for a picture while they discuss this 1993 Caterpillar 436B backhoe.

The large screen at the indoor auction allows viewers to see all the relevant details on their prospective purchases.

Online auction results can be quickly viewed on these screens at the Ritchie Bros. site in North East, Md.

These dump trucks are lined up and ready to roll when the right buyer comes along.

Participants at the auction were afforded up close and personal views of these hydraulic excavators.

Mauricio Mellara (L) and Martiza Ferarca of General Concrete Co. are all smiles as they enjoy posing for a picture in front of this 1996 Mack RD688S dump truck.

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COMPLETE LIQUIDATION SCHUCK & SON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. COMMERCIAL TRUCK & HEAVY EQUIPMENT AUCTION

Construction & Heavy Equipment, Commercial Trucks & Trailers.

AUCTION

Rotozip Breaks Down Barriers to Spiral Saws With Rotosaw

PHOENIX, (GLENDALE) ARIZONA EARLY HILITES INCLUDE: 40 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (5) JCB 532, JCB 510, (2) 2006-(2) 2004 JCB 508C, JCB 506B, Lull TL8040, (9) Lull 8K42, Lull 842, Lull 824 Highlander, Lull 622B, (10) Lull 622 Highlander, (6) Lull 622-4 Highlander, 6 PIGGYBACK FORKLIFTS: Teledyne Princeton D5000, Teledyne D50, 2006 Princeton PBX 5000lb., (2) Donkey M13-5K, 2 ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: Cat RC60, Eagle Picher RC60T, RAILROAD CAR PULLER: Lull 644TT34 Highlander, FORKLIFTS: Door Shop Crown RC3020-35TT, 3 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) Skyjack SJ113220, Grove SM3269XT, GENERATORS/ PARTS: Miller AirPack Combo Genset, (2) Miller AirPack Combo Genset (parts), (3) Yamaha YG6600DE 10-249kw GenSets, Yamaha ZB600-GLS GenSet, (15) Yamaha GenSet Parts, (4) Lister Portable GenSet (10-249kw), (6) Lister GenSet Parts, AIR COMPRESSORS/ PARTS: IR 10FGT, Emglo KU/KIA8P Shop, (13) Rol-Air Shop Compressors, Rol-Air Rotary Compressor, Marathon K17, (20) Parts or Stationary Construction, 6 WELDERS: Lincoln WireMatic 255, Lincoln Power Mig 215, Lincoln Power Mig 200, Mille r Shopmaster 200, Miller Shopmaster 250, Millermatic 200, SWEEPERS: Power Boss SW/9X, 3 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2007-2002 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 1995 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 5 FLATBED DUMP TRUCKS: (2) 2007 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), (2) 2003 Peterbilt 330 (s/a), 1999 Ford F550XL Super Duty (s/a), 4 CRANE TRUCKS: 1992 Ford L8000 w/ Simon ROTC3067 (t/a), 1988 Ford LTL9000 w/Terex BT4400 (t/a), 1991 Ford F800 w/Simon ROTC2863 (s/a), 1999 Int’l. 4700 w/ Terex ROTC2863 (s/a), 18 FLATBED TRUCKS: 2004 Ford F650, 2003 Ford F550XL Super Duty (s/a), 1999 Ford F550 Super Duty (s/a), 1991 Ford F550 Super Duty, 2005 Ford F550, 2003 Ford F450XL Super Duty, 2005 Ford F450 Super Duty (4x4), 2005 Ford F450 (4x4), 1995 Ford F350XL, 1988 Ford LTL9000 (t/a), 2007 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), (2) 2000 Int’l. 4900, 2006 Isuzu NRR, 2005 Isuzu HVR (s/a), (2) 2000 Int’l. 4900 (s/a), 2000 Int’l. 4700 (s/a), 3 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2005 Peterbilt 335 (s/a), 2002 Peterbilt 379, 1995 Peterbilt 379 (s/a), 3 UTILITY TRUCKS: (2) 2006 Ford F350XL Crew Cab, 2006 Ford F350 Crew Cab, 3 VAN TRUCKS: (2) 1995-1992 Ford F800, 1992 Ford 7000, VANS: 2006-2005 Ford E350, (2) 2005-2004 Ford E350 Cargo, 2005 Ford E350 Econoline, 2002 Ford E250 Cargo, 75 PICKUPS: 2004 Ford F650XLT Super Duty extended cab, (5) 2006-(2) 2005 Ford F250XLT, (2) 2005 Ford F250XL Super Duty, (3) 2005-(3)2004 – (2) 2002 -1999 Ford F250XLT Super Duty, (11) 2004-(2) 2003-(3) 2002 Ford F250XL Super Duty, 2006-(8) 2005-(3) 2004-(2) 2003-1999-1995 Ford F250XL, 2003 Ford F250 Extended Cab, (2) 2006 Ford F150XLT Crew cab, 2006 Ford F150XL, 2006 Ford F150, (4) 2006 Ford Ranger, 2007 GMC 2500HD Sierra Crew Cab (4x4), SUVS: (2) 2002 GMC Yukon (4x4), BUS: 1995 Thomas Saf-T Liner 78 passenger School Bus, 18 UTILITY VEHICLES: (4) EZ-GO GT804D, EZ-Go Freedmed, (6) EZ-GO Workhorse, EZ-GO Workhorse ST350, EZ-GO M302, EZ-GO J401, EZ-GO CXT800, EZ-GO TXT Office NAZ, EZ-GO TXT Maintenance, EZ-GO GXT, 11 TRAILERS: 2006 Carson 10ft. x 5ft., (2) 2004 Wells Cargo (s/a), 1998 JDH Trussmaster, 1997 Utility FS2CHE 42ft. (t/a), 2007 Utility FF2W 24ft. (t/a) Pup, 2002 Utility FF2W, 1996 ABC 12ft. x 6ft., (2) 1990-(2) 1988 East 45ft.(t/a), 1990 Fleming T8205B 20ft. x 8ft. (t/a), 1989 Pole, 1978 Comm, 1964 Strickland, 7 TRUSS TRAILERS: (2) 2005 Precision Equipment 32ft. x 102in. (t/a), 2003-1992 JDH D1023 42ft. – 58ft. (t/a), 1998 JDH Load Range 42ft.-58ft. Extendable (t/a), 2006 Rayfab Platform LRT32 (s/a), 1988 Trussmaster 42ft. – 58ft. Extendable (t/a), PLATFORM TRUSS TRAILER: 2006 Rayfab (s/a), 2 PUP TRAILERS: 2000 Alloy ATFF24 24ft. x 102in. (t/a), 1988 Utility 28ft. x 96in. (t/a), LOW BOY TRAILER: 1970 Trailmobile (t/a), EQUIPMENT TRAILER: 1994 Big Tex, 6 FLATBED TRAILER: 2002-1997 Utility, 1987 Fleming (t/a), 39 FRAMER’S TRAILERS: (39) Custom Built Portable, 2 GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (2) 2005 Precision32ft., 3 CARGO TRAILERS: 2006 MR 5X10 (s/a), (2) 2004 Wells Cargo 10ft. x 6ft. (s/a), 2 ENCLOSED TRAILERS: 2007 Pace 20ft. (t/a), 2004 Utility 20ft. (t/a), VAN TRAILER: 1986 Custom Built 52T565, DOLLY TRAILER: 1974, OFFICE TRAILER: Strick 700SB 8ft. x 40ft., 4 CONEX BOXES: 8ft. x 20ft., 8ft. x 10ft., (2) Mobile Mini 8ft. x 20ft., CONTAINER: Evergreen 8ft. x 40ft, PLUS A COMPLETE TRUSS MANUFACTURING PLANT (All the Machinery & Tooling.: Kval Commander Semi Automated Door Processor Industrial Plant Equip., Norfield 3800L Semi Automatic Door Lite Machine Industrial Plant Equip, Irvington Moore CLT Stress Relief Machine, Metriguard Bending Proof Tester), Yale KEL 1000lb. Gantry Crane, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Huge Quantity of Ladders, Custom Built Man Basker, Custom Built Fork Extensions & Roller Shelving, Quantity of Saws: Radial- Chop-Casing-Mitre-Table –Trim-Rip, Plant Equipment, Roller Presses, Drill Presses, Welding Tables, Shelving, Extension Cords, Hand Tools, Tires/ Wheels, Safety Harnesses, Grinders, Fire Extinguishers, Sanders, Floor Jacks, Pneumatic Staplers, Mitek Gantry Truss Press, Knaack Job Boxes, 55T Hydr. Press.

Address: 8205 North 67th Ave Glendale, AZ 85302

SALE HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH: 175 W. Central Ave., San Bernardino, CA 92408 WATCH OUR FURTHER ADS OR CHECK www.lyonauction.com & www.barnoneauction.com FOR MANY MORE ITEMS TO BE ADDED.

THURS., JULY 12 @ 8:30 AM

ALEX

LYON

& SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc. www.lyonauction.com corporate offices: Bridgeport, NY Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-5635 www.lyonauctionlive.com

The Spiral Saw system features improved ergonomics and is specifically designed to tackle plunge and freehand cuts in nearly any building material, including tile, wood, plastic, laminate, underlayment and drywall.

RotoZip culminates 40 years of delivering professional-grade cutting tools with the introduction of its most compact, lightweight Spiral Saw, the RotoSaw. The Spiral Saw system features improved ergonomics and is specifically designed to tackle plunge and freehand cuts in nearly any building material, including tile, wood, plastic, laminate, underlayment and drywall. The RotoSaw is optimized for a broad range of applications and is compatible with more than 20 different cutting bits. Its available dust collection system greatly reduces airborne debris while special venting works to keep dust away from the user. The system maximizes visibility and accuracy while keeping the work space clean. This is especially important when working in finished spaces, making the RotoSaw a versatile solution for today’s remodeling professionals, skilled DIYers and drywall installers, according to the manufacturer. The RotoSaw is powered by a 5.5-amp MagnaCore motor that handles even the toughest materials without bogging down. Advanced electronics sense if the motor is being overloaded and instantly slow down the tool, preventing it from burning out. The compact RotoSaw offers best-in-class power-to-weight ratio. This, combined with an innovative dual-grip zone housing,

allows for comfortable handling and cutting control in horizontal and vertical applications. “Over the past 40 years, we’ve combined our expert knowledge with the latest technology in order to expand beyond drywall, providing users with the versatility and power to achieve superior results in virtually any building material,” said Randall Coe, marketing director, RotoZip. “With the new RotoSaw, today’s professional tradesmen and do-it-yourselfers can make quick plunge and freehand cuts with unrivaled control and accuracy — no more workarounds, no more barriers.” The RotoSaw’s universal depth guide enables users to pair the RotoSaw with compatible attachments and accessories, transforming the RotoSaw into a spiral system capable of creating precise overhead cuts for can light installation or slicing through wall tile to add a bathroom towel bar. Other RotoSaw features include serviceable motor brushes and a bump switch for quick tool power-down. The RotoSaw is compatible with all RotoZip ZIP BITS and XBITS. It will be available in retail stores this May at a MSRP of $69. For more information, call 877ROTOZIP or visit www.ROTOZIP.com.

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LYON’S ANNUAL SUMMER HAY CAMP & FRIDAY NIGHT BARBECUE! IT’S A BIG AUCTION!

AUCTION

LATE MODEL CONSTRUCTION, SUPPORT, AERIAL LIFTS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS & JOB COMPLETION.

Austin Construction, LLC.

CANASTOTA, (SYRACUSE) NEW YORK NOTE: Selling in this Summer Classic sale will be 2006 Cat 420E (4x4), 2006 Cat 420E (4x4), late and great construction equipment, aerials, forklifts, trucks, trailers, attachments & support equipment that can’t be found anywhere including a fantastic job completion of late, late model Cat equipment from Austin Construction, LLC.

HILITES: 16 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2009 Cat D8T (ripper), 2009 Cat D8T, 2009-2008 Cat D7R (ripper), 2011 Cat D6TXL, 2010 Cat D6T, Unused 2012 - 2010- (2) 2009 Cat D6NXL, 2007 Cat D5GXL (cab), 2005 Cat D5GXL, 2004 Cat D5GXL, 2007 JD 700JLGP, 2005 JD 650JLGP, Dresser TD15E, 5 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (4) 2012 Terex TA400, 2008 Volvo A30E, 6 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2010 Cat 320D, Cat 320, Cat 205LC, (2 ) New Doosan DX140LC, 2008 Kobelco SK295LC, HYDRAULIC SHOVEL: Cat 5080, 5 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2011 Cat 980H, Cat 950H, 2011 Demo Case 721F, JD 744H, 2005 JD 544J, 10 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Unused Case 580 Super N, Unused Case 580N, Case 580M (4x4), 2010 Cat 420EIT (4x4), 2006 Cat 420E (4x4),

2006 Cat 420E (4x4), (2) Demo 2012 JCB 3CX-14 (4x4), 2 ASPHALT ROLLERS: (2) New/Unused Cat CD54, 4 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2004 IR SD116DX, 2006 IR SD105D, 2004 IR SD77DX, Hyster 210, 4 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2012 Cat 289C, 2007 Cat 257B, 2008 Bobcat T180, 2007 JD CT332, 10 SKID STEERS: (2) 2008-(2) 2007 Cat 256C (cab), (4) 2008 Cat 232B-II, 2005 Cat 226B, 2005 Bobcat S300, 6 GENERATORS: 2007 Cat XQ600, 2007-(2) 2006 Cat XQ30, (2) 2008 Terex T120, 3 AIR COMPRESSOR: (3) Unused Chicago Pneumatic 185CFM, UTILITY TRACTORS: Kubota B8200, SWEEPERS: 2008 Broce CR350 (cab), 2 WATER TRUCKS: 2006 Mack (t/a, new body), 2001 Sterling (s/a, new body), SUVS: 2005 Cadillac Escalade ESV Platinum Edition (4x4), 6 PICKUPS: 2005 Ford F350, 2006-(3) 2005 Ford F250 (4x4), 2006 GMC 2500 (4x4), MOTORCYCLES: 1982 Harley Davidson XLS Sportster, 3 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (3) 2012 Witzco 50T (tri.), TOWING DOLLY: 1997 – (sells

bill of sale only.), TAGALONG TRAILERS: Winston 9 Ton (t/a), CAR PARTS & ACCESSORIES: 1964 Mustang (Parts) w/vent-windowsdoor hinges-grill-hood-trunk-tail lights-door handles-window cranks-many more parts, ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: Unused Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Unused Grizzly MT2650 Universal Thumbs, Unused Grizzly HT1035 Hydraulic Universal Thumbs, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Makita Drill, Stanley Finish Nailers, Makita & Husqvarna Chain Saws, Stihl & Husqvarna String Trimmers, Desamaster Heater, Abrasive Blades, Felker Concrete Table Saw, Yamaha Generator, Earthquake 1 Man Auger, Troybilt Tiller, Binders, Impact Wrenches, Forklift Seats, Tractor Seats, Unused 4in. Water Pumps, Pallet of Stones.

Address: 601 North Peterboro St., Canastota, NY 13032. (Route 13) DIRECTIONS: 20 miles East of Syracuse. Use Exit 34 (Canastota) off I-90, turn right. Sale site is 1/4 mile on left. SALE SITE PHONE: (315) 697-3239

SATURDAY, JULY 14 @ 9:00 AM

ALEX

LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

www.lyonauction.com corporate offices: Bridgeport, NY Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-5635 www.lyonauctionlive.com

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CINTEC America Archtec Bridge System Wins Award CINTEC America is a world leader in the field of structural masonry retrofit strengthening, repair and preservation. Its Archtec bridge reinforcement system recently won The Historic Bridge & Infrastructure Award for its work on the Pont Telpyn Bridge over the Clywd River in the United Kingdom. In 2008 the bridge suffered from severe flood damage and was prevented from total collapse by CINTEC anchors. Archtec is a complete diagnostic design and installation service that utilizes sophisticated technology and drilling methods specially designed to strengthen masonry arch bridges while maintaining the historical integrity of the bridge. The damage to the bridge resulted in evidence of moveIn 2008 the bridge suffered from severe flood damage.

ment, severe cracking and dilatancy of the masonry. There was proof of cracking through mortar joints throughout the length of the wall. The road surface showed three main failures that indicated tension failure above the east abutment, compression failure above the west springing and shears failure to the west of the bridge. In order to repair the bridge a temporary channel was excavated to divert the river throughout the repair phase. Next, the arch was propped underneath and the parapet walls were removed so that CINTEC anchors could be drilled and installed to stabilize the structure. After the installation of the CINTEC anchors to bring the bridge The damage to the bridge resulted in evidence of move- back to a 44 ton capacity, the roadway was reconstructment, severe cracking and dilatancy of the masonry. ed to the original profile.

In addition to preserving the historical features of the bridge, Archtec has no impact on the natural environment and can be completed with little or no traffic delays, according to the company. The Historic Bridge & Infrastructure Awards were created for the purpose of recognizing and encouraging innovation in conservation. The awards are given to a project that involves the structural maintenance, strengthening, restoration and conservation of a structure that is 30 years old or more, within the United Kingdom. CINTEC’s Archtec system also has been previously awarded the 2002 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation and received two U.K. Historic Bridge Awards and an Engineering Excellence Award from The Institution of Engineers, Australia in 2001.

Golf Outing Raises $20,000 for American Cancer Society EVENT from page 22

Precision Pipeline Solutions; The Permit Company; Viking Representatives Inc.; Multi Generation Corp; Amulet Manufacturing; Magnum Power Products; Romac Industrial Parts; TAG Manufacturing; SOS Fuels; Pats Shop; Northwestern Mutual; and Azrak & Associates

Silent Auction items were donated by: The Lucerne; Pine Bush Equipment; and Eldred Preserve Sponsors: TD North Bank; ADP; Hudson Valley Magazine; Volpe Unlimited Vending; and Pine Bush Equipment Door Prizes provided by: Cumulus; Doosan; Boss Plows; WRWD; Komatsu; HKX; Aflac; Bomag; Magnum; Ulster Uniform; Kubota; Global Tracks; David

At the end of the day a wonderful dinner is enjoyed by the participants courtesy of the Jay and Carol Anthony Foundation For Autism Support.

Boniface; and Call 811 Raffle sponsors: Pine Bush Equipment; Holly Bodnar; Mohonk Mountain House; Aunt Rhoda; Rondout Golf Club; Osiris Country Club; Barb Mullin; Inside Out Fitness; Hydrema; Hampton Inn; Esco; Lazy Swan; Sentry Insurance; Karie

Boniface; Adirondack Fisheries / Eldred Preserve; Coffee Systems; Wagner Associates; TRM/GEM; Wallkill Golf Club; American Express; Paladin Construction Group; Shawangunk Golf Course; WRWD; and Wagner & Associates.

Upon their arrival golfers are given the opportunity to participate in both a silent and Chinese auction with all proceeds going to the American Cancer Society.

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ABSOLUTE AUCTION

HADE’S EXCAVATING - COMPLETE DISPERSAL

EXCAVATING EQUIPMENT-TRUCKS-TRAILERS-TOOLS-INVENTORY

AML Industries

PUBLIC AUCTION

Wed., July 18, 2012 – 9:00AM

Saturday - July 28, 2012 - 9:00 AM

Hatboro, Pennsylvania

6442 Lincolnway W.; Thomasville, PA 17364

(15 Miles North of Philadelphia) Complete Liquidation of 20,000SF Metal Fabrication Shop! No Buyers Premiums! Metal Working Equipment: Hydraulic and Jump Shears • 42 Ton Ironworker • Manual Brake • (25+/-) Engine, Turret, Gap and Bench Lathes • Horizontal and Vertical Milling Machines • Large Quantity of Machine Tooling and Chucks • Radial Arm and Multi-Gang Drill Presses • Balancers • Circle Cutter • Surface Grinders • Spot Welders • Band Saws • Blade Welder • Welding/Fabrication Tables • Micrometers, Calipers and Measuring Instruments • Large Quantity Steel and Aluminum Stock

Shop Tools and Equipment: Forklifts, Propane and Electric • Bead Blast Cabinet • Air Compressors • Shop Welders • Pressure Washer • Valve Seat Grinder • Drill Presses • Bench Grinders • Chop Saws • Chain Falls • Engine Hoist • Chain and Rigging • Workbenches • Vises • Toolboxes • Large Quantity Hand Tools and C-Clamps Liquid Separating Miscellaneous: Centrifuges and Centrifuge Parts • Antique Elgin and British Seagull Outboard Boat Motors • Diesel Power Units • Motorized Wheelchairs • Automotive Engines and Parts

Please Call (800) 233-6898 or Email sales@hunyady.com For Complete, Descriptive Brochure!

Along Route 30 between Roth’s Church Road & Labbott Rd EXCAVATING EQUIPMENT: ‘02 CAT 953C Track Loader 2600 Hrs GP Bucket; EX 200-Landy-5 HITACHI Track Hoe 4600 Hrs AC/Heat 42” Bucket w/ Cutters; Vibropac Compactor for Excavator; Robin Compactor; Hopper w/ Infinite Variable Sp. Conveyor. SKID STEER & ATTACHMENTS: 773 BOBCAT 5K Hrs; (4) Non-Pneumatic McLaren Tires w/ Rims; McLaren Steel Track Set for 12x16.5 Tire Size; Quick Attach Power Axe Tree Shear w/ 90° Rotation; 709 Q/Att. Hoe; Add. 12” & 14” Buckets; 79” St. Edge Material Bucket; Hoover Rock Bucket w/ Grapples; 6-Way Dozer Blade for Skid Steer (Low Use); (2) Bobcat Hydro. Auger Drives; 6”, 12” & (3) 24” Auger Bits; Shaver HD 10 Q/Att/3 Pt. Post Driver; 60A Rock Hound 5’ Landscaper; 5’ Bobcat Ripper w/ (2) 12” Ext.; 5’ Quick Attach Flail Mower. TRUCKS & ACCESSORIES: ‘77 FORD 8000 w/ Ntl. Crane S4 55’ 7 Ton Boom; ‘86 MACK RD822S w/ Brandon Steel Dump; ‘95 VOLVO WG64T Day Cab, 500K Mi., Wet Line, Air Ride; ‘01 FORD F450 XL 7.3 Liter Pwr Stroke V8 Diesel Crew Cab w/ Stahl Service Body Auto, 61K Mi., Pintle Hook; FORD XLT V 10 4x4 4 Sp. w/ OD, 9 ft. Stake Dump Body; 9’ HD Fisher Plow Plus More Truck Accessories. (See website for details). TRAILERS: ‘95 TRAILSTAR 39’ Frameless Dump, New Air Bags & Flex Bows, Bed Liner, 3-Way Gate, Sure-Lock Tarp, Good Rubber; ‘02 CHALLENGER 35 Ton Low Boy; ‘77 General 20 Ton Tag Along; 16’ TOWMASTER 12,000 lbs; (4) 45’ Storage Trailers. FUEL & POLY TANKS: 2000 Gal. Single Wall w/ Electric Pump; 50 & 100 Gal. 12V; 500 Gal. Nurse Tank; 250 Gal. Truck Bed Tank; 275 Gal. Tote. WOODWORKING TOOLS & LUMBER; TOOLS; BUILDING SUPPLIES & NEW INVENTORY. (See website) NOTE: Nice selection of equipment & tools—a dispersal you don’t want to miss! Good food. Come for the day. SALE ORDER: Starting w/ small items & tools, followed by woodworking equipment & machinery. TERMS: Cash or Good PA State Check. Out-of-State Buyers Must Have a Bank Letter of Credit Addressed to this Auction with Allowable Amount Clearly Stated. No Buyers Premium. Announcements Sale Day Take Precedence over Printed Material.

SEE WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE LISTING & PHOTOS: www.aemauction.com

www.hunyady.com PA Auction License No: AY000281 While information is believed to be accurate, all items will be sold “As-Is, Where-Is” without guarantee or warranty. A physical inspection is suggested.

Construction Employment Sees Largest Decline in Two Years as Spending Rises Construction employment fell in May by 28,000, the largest decline in two years, and is now at the lowest level since last August, according to an analysis of new federal data released June 1 by the Associated General Contractors of America. The drop in construction employment comes as new figures show a 1.4 percent decrease in public construction spending restrained overall construction activity growth to 0.3 percent. “With construction employment shrinking for the fourth month in a row, the industry is clearly having a difficult start to the year,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “In particular, cuts to public sector investments in construction are taking their toll, given that heavy and civil engineering construction experienced the largest employment decline within the sector.” Total construction employment now stands at 5.5 million, or 0.5 percent lower than a month earlier but 18,000 higher (0.3 percent) than in May 2011, the economist said. Meanwhile the industry’s unemployment rate is at 14.2

percent, nearly double the national average. He added that overall construction employment is still far below its peak level of 7.7 million in April 2006. The nonresidential construction sector lost 17,400 construction jobs in May, Simonson noted. Heavy and civil engineering construction firms — which perform a large share of publicly funded construction work — shed 11,200 jobs while nonresidential specialty trade contractors lost another 7,700. Nonresidential building contractors added 1,500 for the month. Residential construction lost 11,000 total jobs as the residential specialty trade contractors shed 10,000 jobs and residential builders lost 1,000 positions in May. Meanwhile, construction spending in April increased by 0.3 percent compared to March 2012 and 6.8 percent compared with April 2011 and is now at an annualized rate of $820.7 billion. Private sector demand for construction expanded by 1.2 percent for the month and 12.5 percent year-over-year, but overall growth was held back by a 1.4 percent monthly decline in public construction

activity and a 3.2 percent drop from the April 2011 level. Association officials said the new construction employment and spending figures underscore the need for quick Congressional action on a number of long-term infrastructure measures, including reauthorizing clean water and surface transportation programs. They said members of Congress participating in a conference committee negotiating what could possibly be a new highway and transportation bill should feel a new sense of urgency given the grim construction employment figures. “Getting a highway and transit bill passed would certainly help counter any possible backslide in construction employment,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “While the overall economy will need to be much stronger before private sector construction activity and employment begin to approach pre-recession levels, investments in infrastructure will certainly help put more construction workers back on the job.”

AUCTION FOR: Hade’s Excavating Glenn & Miriam Hade 717-225-6325 or 717-577-5284

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ADVERTISER INDEX A E D ..............................................................................49 ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ....................................95 ACR EQUIPMENT CO ................................................112 ALBAN CAT ....................................................................12 ALEX LYON & SON INC PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ....................................119 CHICAGO IL 06/29 MANCHESTER NH 07/07 ....125 PHOENIX AZ 07/12................................................130 CANASTOTA NY 07/14 ........................................131 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ........................23 ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP ..................................7 ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ......................111 ALLU GROUP ................................................................39 ASSET AUCTIONS (SRI) ............................................118 ATLAS COPCO - ROCKSTAR ......................................84 BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ............................................79 BARGAINS ....................................................................114 BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ....................................112 BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ..............................................19 BINDER MACHINERY CO ..............................................3 BODINE MFG ..............................................................110 BRANDYWINE TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT CO ..............18 CALEDONIA DIESEL LLC ............................................28 CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ..............................................42 CAT AUCTION SERVICES EQUIPMENT YARD JULY 11TH 2012 ..................127 CEG SCALE MODELS ..................................................35 CHADWICK-BAROSS ....................................................27 CHENANGO TRUCK ....................................................66 CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ..................4,51,66 CLASSIFIEDS................................................................115 COMPASS WIRE CLOTH CORP ..................................72 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO ............................73 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ..........60,70,120 CONTRACTORS SALES CO INC ................................17 COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC ......................42 CRAIG MANUFACTURING LTD ..................................108 CREAN EQUIPMENT ..................................................112 DANELLA USED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT ....................6 DAVE HALLMAN CHEVROLET ....................................66 DEACON EQUIPMENT CO INC ....................................41 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ................................52 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ....................................59 DURATECH ....................................................................90 DYNAPAC ......................................................................56 EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ..................6,135 EDWARD EHRBAR INC ................................................13

EESSCO ........................................................................91 ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ..........................................24,45 ELLIOTT MACHINE WORKS INC ................................65 EOP................................................................................114 EQUIP-SALE AND LEASING CORP ............................76 EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ............................37 ERRICKSON EQUIPMENT INC ....................................42 EXODUS MACHINES ....................................................77 FEL-TECH ................................................................32,33 FELLING TRAILERS ......................................................67 FLUID POWER ............................................................112 FOLEY INC ......................................................................9 GEHL SKID STEER ....................................................100 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ............................84 GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ........................31 GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE) ................................101 H & R PARTS ................................................................29 HOT MIX MOBILE LLC ..................................................38 HUNYADY AUCTION CO HATBORO PA 07/18 ..............................................133 HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ..........................110 INDEXATOR INC ..........................................................109 IROCK CRUSHERS ......................................................76 IRON PLANET ONLINE AUCTION 06/28-29 ................................123 J G COCHRAN AUCTIONEERS & ASSOCIATES MAJOR 2 DAY AUCTION 07/06 ............................126 JESCO ............................................................................21 JOEL HEISEY AUCTIONEER THOMASVILLE PA 07/28 ......................................133 JOHN DEERE ..............................................................103 K W REESE INC ............................................................31 KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ................98 KLEEMAN ......................................................................81 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ......................................104 KUBOTA ..........................................................................57 LIFTECH EQUIPMENT CO INC ....................................49 LLOYD MEEKINS & SONS AUCTION 06/28 ....................................................121 LUCKY’S TRAILER SALES ..........................................62 MACHINERY SERVICES INC ......................................12 MCCLOSKEY INTERNATIONAL ..................................94 MESSICK’S ......................................................................6 METSO MINERALS CRUSHING ..................................75 METSO MINERALS SCREENING ................................87 MONROE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO INC..............72 MORBARK INC ..............................................................80

MUNICIBID.COM ..........................................................133 NORAM ..........................................................................97 NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS ........................108 NORTRAX ......................................................................43 OPDYKE INC ..................................................................62 PEMBERTON INC ........................................................110 PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ..........................................5 PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ........................................86 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC STAMFORD CT JULY 2012 ..................................126 PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ......................................25 PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ......................10,114 POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC ................................85 POWERSCREEN OF NEW ENGLAND ........................93 RANSOME CAT ................................................2,28,38,41 REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY ............................84 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS ................................136 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ..................................12 ROGERS BROTHERS CORP ......................................65 RUDD EQUIPMENT CO ................................................41 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ......................................112 SENNEBOGEN ..............................................................83 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC ................................11 STU HARRIS ................................................................117 TEREX CRANES ............................................................55 TEREX FUCHS ..............................................................89 THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ..................112 TOWMASTER................................................................114 TOWMASTER INC ........................................................63 TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ..............................15 TRAMAC..........................................................................45 TRAMAC..........................................................................96 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ..............................47 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ..................................39 U S EQUIPMENT FINANCING ......................................42 U-SCREEN ....................................................................82 UTILITY AUCTIONS INC WILMINGTON DE 06/22........................................121 VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ......................................51 VISSCHER AUCTION & REALTY AUCTION 06/30 ....................................................126 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA ................68 WANTED........................................................................117 WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ..................................18 WHITNEY & SON INC ..............................................78,82 WILSON FINLEY ..........................................................113 WOODS CRW CORP ....................................................20 .

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Case CX210B with Rubber Tracks

RECENT TRADES 2002 Case 70XT Skid Steer, Stk# 33059, New Cab, 979 Hrs..... ................................................................................................$18,400

2008 Case 650K PAT Dozer Stk# 30201, Low Hours ...$66,500

2004 Eager Beaver 20XPT Trailer, Stk# 33477 ............$7,800

2002 Case 40XT Skid Steer, Stk# 33430, 2050 Hrs ....$11,900

2005 Case 580SM Plus, Stk# 33460, Low Hours, 4WD, Cab, Ext, Pilot Controls ..........................................................................$48,000

2008 Case 821E Wheel Loader, Stk# 33167, Cab, A/C............... ................................................................................................$99,900

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