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N.J. Sandy Cleanup to Cost About $29.4 Billion TRENTON, N.J. (AP) Cleaning up the damage caused by Superstorm Sandy will cost New Jersey about $29.4 billion, Gov. Chris Christie announced. The preliminary estimate includes damage the storm caused to personal property, businesses, transportation, utilities and infrastruc-

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ture, as well as aid the state has already received and also expects to get from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other federal agencies. Christie, though, warned that the damage estimate could go higher as the state further assesses damage caused by the monster storm that pounded the

Waterline work is being performed on the U.S. Route 11 project in Canton, N.Y.

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East Coast. Christie said the estimate came from “the best available data, field observations and geographic mapping,” and advice from cabinet officials and a consulting company. “We will continue to provide immediate

In late March 2012, the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) Commissioner Joan McDonald announced that more than two dozen bridge and highway transportation infrastructure contracts valued at more than $150.5 million will be undertaken across the state this year in locations ranging from the North Country to the Southern Tier and western New York to Long Island. Three months later work began on what Region 7 termed one of its more notable projects, the reconstruction of a stretch of U.S. Route 11 as it passes through the village of Canton in upstate St. Lawrence County. Describing the project as “a significant investment in a community,” Michael R. Flick, P.E., assistant to the regional director/public information officer of NYSDOT Region 7, said that, “The existing highway infrastructure in the village of Canton is in terrible shape, and there are also municipal utilities there that are old and failing. It was time for a project.”

The project involves the full reconstruction of the downtown business district, with consideration given to ornamental features, such as lampposts, plantings, benches, etc. The residential portion of the project will retain the same general highway lane configuration, advocated for by

local residents, but also will include utility upgrades and full reconstruction of the existing highway cross section. “During the development phase of the project, we formed a Stakeholder Advisory see CANTON page 108

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Ritchie Bros. to Hold FirstAuction in China Ritchie Bros. will be holding its first unreserved public auction in China during Spring 2013. Although relatively new to the Chinese heavy equipment market, unreserved industrial auctions have been a quick and easy method for

equipment buyers and sellers to conduct business on a global scale. Ritchie Bros. will bring the certainty of unreserved auctions to Chinese equipment buyers and sellers now that the company’s wholly owned foreign enterprise applica-

tion has been approved by the Chinese government — making it the first foreign auction company to receive this approval. Ritchie Bros. has formally leased land in the see RITCHIE page 136


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2005 MASSEY FURGUSON 1160 TRACTOR, 4WD, 12X12 TRANSMISSION, 3 PT HITCH ........................................................................................................SOLD $4,995 SKID STEERS 2006 NEW HOLLAND TN75A, ROPS, 121 HRS, ALAMO 88” SIDE MOWER ....$38,000 2005 NEW HOLLAND LS160, CAB WITH HEAT, 913 HOURS ..........................$14,995 2007 NEW HOLLAND L175, FULL CAB, TIER 3, 72” LP BUCKET, PILOT CONTROLS.... TLB’S ..........................................................................................................................$26,995 1999 JOHN DEERE 5200 TLB, CAB WITH HEAT, EXTRA TIRES, 1092 HOURS, 4WD .... 2010 NEW HOLLAND L175, DELUXE CAB, 2 SPEED, HI FLOW, 69 HOURS .................. ..........................................................................................................................$15,000 2005 NEW HOLLAND LB 90, 727 HRS, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, PILOT CONTROLS .......... ................................................................................................................SOLD $42,125 ..........................................................................................................................$54,000 2010 NEW HOLLAND L180, SN:2034, 265 HOURS, DELUXE CAB, 2 SPEED, LIKE 2009 NEW HOLLAND B90B, 2092 HRS, EXTENDAHOE, CUTTING EDGE, CAB W/HEAT NEW MACHINE, 96” MULCH & SNOW BUCKET ..............................................$33,395 ..........................................................................................................................$49,995 2006 NEW HOLLAND L185, SN: 5839, CAB WITH HEAT/AC, 551 HOURS, 78” LOW PROFILE BUCKET ....................................................................................SOLD $26,995 2010 NEW HOLLAND L190, LOADED, HYDRAULIC COUPLER, HI FLOW, 400 HRS ...... WHEEL LOADERS 2008 LIUGONG 835, FULL CAB, QUICK COUPLER, FORKS, 2YD BKT, 495 HRS .......... ..........................................................................................................................$34,995 ................................................................................................................SOLD $74,995 2011 NEW HOLLAND L230, 30 HRS, FULL CAB, HI FLOW ....................SOLD $40,995 See dealer for financing details. CNH Capital America LLC standard terms and conditions apply. Subject to customer credit qualifications. CNH Capital America LLC reserves the right to cancel any program without notice.

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ARTBA Releases 2012 Election, Ballot Initiatives Report Americans across the country voted Nov. 6 to essentially maintain the division of power that has existed at the federal level since 2011 — retaining Barack Obama as president, Democrats in control of the Senate and Republicans leading the House. The largely status quo results come after an estimated $6 billion in political spending by candidates for federal office and outside groups. Unlike the 2010 mid- term elections where Republicans made large gains spurred by the Tea Party movement, voters seem to have cast their ballots for individual candidates rather than party messages in 2012 — as evidenced by multiple states that elected a senator from one party and supported the opposing party’s presidential candidate. Republicans will likely have a 235-200 majority in the House after Democrats appear poised to gain seven seats compared to 2010 results. Democrats also gained two seats in the Senate, increasing their majority from 53-47 to 55-45 — Senator-elect Angus King (I-Maine) has not officially announced which party, if any, he will caucus with once sworn in but is widely expected to choose to select the majority. With votes still being counted in a number of states, both parties used the election results to affirm their long-held positions relating to the socalled fiscal cliff — a combination of tax increases and spending cuts that will be implemented at the end of 2012 barring no legislative action. While President Obama’s post-election speech highlighted the need for Republicans and Democrats to compromise on matters critical to the country, White House aides are claiming the election shows the American people support the President’s efforts to increase taxes on high income individuals. House Speaker John Boehner (R- Ohio) held a Nov. 7 press conference at which he expressed a desire to work with President Obama to find common ground. He reiterated criticism of raising tax rates, but signaled the party was open to reforming the tax code, which he claimed could generate a growth in overall tax revenues. This public jockeying is not surprising as each party knows a negotiation on taxes and spending is looming and they are staking out initial positions. The tone of the engagement between President Obama and congressional leaders in the coming days — particularly during the postelection session of Congress that convenes Nov. 13 — will provide a better indicator of how the two sides will work together now that the political environment has stabilized. In addition to the fiscal cliff, major transportation-specific items on the congressional agenda for the next two years include: federal transportation investment levels for the remainder of FY 2013 and 2014; the reauthorization of the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21); the overdue port and waterway authorization bill; and broad reform of federal tax policy.

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Voters on Nov. 6 showed once again the importance of transportation by approving 68 percent of the measures to increase or extend funding for highways, bridges and transit. This is in line with years past — in 2010 voters approved 61 percent of similar measures, they approved 78 percent in 2008, 77 percent in 2006 and 76 percent in 2004. The total value approved was $2.4 billion. ARTBA tracked 31 measures overall — five were statewide initiatives and 26 were local. All of the seven bond initiatives were approved by voters. Eighteen measures were for increasing, extending or renewing a sales tax for transportation purposes, two were property tax extensions and one was for a local gas tax. Three of the four statewide measures to raise additional transportation funds passed with an average approval rate of 63 percent. Arkansas voters approved a one-half cent increase in the state sales tax to cover a $1.3 billion bond issue for roads and bridges. The temporary sales and use tax will help fund improvements for state highways and bridges, county roads, city streets and other surface transportation. Alaska voters approved a bond issue of $453.5 million for transportation. Question 4 in Maine was approved by 72 percent, providing $51.5 million in bonding for highway and bridge repairs and local road improvements. Voters in Arizona rejected an extension of a temporary sales tax increase that would have raised $900 million in revenue for education and $100 million for the state infrastructure fund. Although a strong majority of voters (65 percent) in Los Angeles, Calif., supported Measure J, which would have extended the 30-year one-half sales tax passed in 2008 for an additional 30 years, the ballot initiative needed a 66 percent super majority for approval. The current sales tax measure is set to expire in 2039. Had the measure passed, it would have extended the current sales tax to 2069 and given the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority the ability to accelerate several transit projects by borrowing against future tax revenues. There was a proposal to increase the gas tax in Memphis, Tenn. Although most local governments do not have the ability to levy gas taxes, there are some states that have exceptions. Voters rejected a proposal to increase the local gas tax by one-cent per gallon to fund bus operations for the Memphis Area Transit Authority. Voters also rejected an increase in the Memphis sales tax to cover a local budget deficit and fund education. Three ballot initiatives did not specifically ask voters to increase funding for roads, bridges or transit, but they did address transportation issues. Voters in Michigan have opened a path to one of the largest bridge projects in the nation by rejecting an initiative that would have required a statewide referendum before building an international crossing to Canada. The referendum was initiated by the owner of the Ambassador Bridge to prevent a new crossing over the Detroit River. The Canadian government announced an agreement with the Governor of Michigan earlier this year to build and pay for a new publicly owned bridge between Windsor, Ontario, and Detroit, just 2 mi. south of the Ambassador Bridge. The Canadian Transport Minister said the bridge will now be built “as soon as possible.” The cost of the project is estimated to be $1 billion. Voters in Cornelius, Ore., rejected a measure to repeal the local fuel tax, which is used to improve roads. Residents of Virginia Beach, Va., approved a nonbinding referendum in support of having the local city council explore extending a local light rail system into the city. The results, consistent with the past four elections, continue to demonstrate strong public support for state and local transportation ballot investment initiatives.

House & Senate In the Senate, the Democrats’ gains are significant as many pundits speculated the Republicans would take control of the chamber because Democrats had to defend 23 seats to the Republicans’ 10. Republicans were hopeful Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) would be able to hold onto the seat once held by Ted Kennedy in one of the most Democratic states in the nation, but Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren pulled away in the last weeks of the campaign to switch the seat back to the Democrats. Heidi Heitkamp (D) successfully defended retiring Sen. Kent Conrad’s (D) senate seat in North Dakota despite tough opposition from U.S. Representative Rick Berg (R-N.D.). The controversial statements of Representatives Todd Akin (R-Mo.) and Richard Mourdock (R-Ind.), who were each expected to win their respective Senate races, weakened chances for the Republicans take over the Senate. The Democrats’ pick-ups in the Senate are marginal and will not necessarily change how it is governed for the next two years. Senate procedures empower the minority to block legislation — unless a three-fifths supermajority can be achieved. Securing this 60-vote threshold has been necessary for most major bills over the last decade, including reauthorizations of the federal highway/transit programs, no matter which party controlled the Senate. Democrats and the Independents who are expected to caucus with them will still need at least five Republicans to get the votes necessary to move bills in the next Congress. The institution of the House of Representatives greatly advantages the majority party. Although Republicans lost a few seats, they will still enjoy control of the chamber and will be able to dictate the House’s legislative agenda in the new Congress. The congressional redistricting process, which follows each U.S. Census, did not have a major effect on party control in this election. States like Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, South Carolina, Utah and Washington each added one House seat to their delegations. Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey and Pennsylvania all lost one House seat. Florida gained two seats, while New York and Ohio each lost two. Texas saw the biggest shift in its congressional delegation with four new House seats, reflecting a significant population shift to the state over the past decade. The redistricting process did not have a large effect on party control in the House as state-approved redistricting plans left both Democrats and Republicans in difficult situations, sometimes pitting members of the same party against each other in what are referred to as “jungle elections” which abandon the traditional party versus party format. see ELECTION page 112


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AIR COMPRESSORS 2012 ATLAS COPCO XAS185, S/N: NEW; 185 CFM CAT AIR COMPRESSOR CAT ENGINE MODEL C2.2 ask about Zero % for 12 Special Financing ......................................................................................$13,875 2011 ATLAS COPCO XAS185, S/N: HOP036019; 204 Hours; 185 CFM CAT AIR COMPRESSOR CAT ENGINE MODEL C2.2 ....................$11,500 2008 SULLAIR 375HAF, S/N: 102500; 6,686 Hours; 375 cfm towable compressor cat engine ..................................................................$14,300 2008 SULLAIR D185 CFM, S/N: 20016; 638 Hours; 185 cfm towable compressor cat engine ....................................................................$8,975 ASPHALT / PAVERS / CONCRETE EQUIPMENT 2004 TARGET PRO65II, excellent condition ready to work ........$9,500 COMPACTORS - PADFOOT 2008 CAT CP56, S/N: C5P109; 539 Hours; From Dealer's Rental Fleet .. ......................................................................................................$99,000 COMPACTORS - SMOOTH DRUM 2008 CAT CS56, C5S229; 733 Hours, From Dealer's Rental Fleet....$89,900 2009 CAT CB64, DJM112, 1,387 Hours, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ............ ............................................................................................................$95,000 COMPACTORS - WALK/TOW BEHIND 2008 MULTIQUIP RX1510CI33, S/N: 1839031; 183 Hours; 33 inch drum articulating trench roller with remote control........................$23,500 2005 WACKER RT82, S/N: 5609407; 430 Hours; 32 inch drum articulating remote control trench roller ................................................$13,423 CRAWLER LOADERS 1961 CAT 955H, S/N: 60A01008; Stk #: C60A1008; Contact owner directly. Machine at customer's yard ............................................$10,000 DOZERS - CRAWLER 2008 CAT D4K XL, S/N: MMM239; Stk #: VMMM239; 1,429 Hours; AC, PAT blade, System One Undercarriage, ..................................$89,000 2000 CAT D9R, S/N: 7TL1290; 12,140 Hours; Sold with REMCO Harrow and spare blades ........................................................................$225,000

2008 CATERPILLAR 735, S/N: B1N1057; 2,031 Hours; AC, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ............................................$315,000

EXCAVATORS - CRAWLER 2004 CAT 314C LCR, S/N: PCA305; Stk #: RCPCA305; 1,252 Hours; Aux Hyd, Thumb, Bucket ..............................................................$92,500 2007 CAT 321C LCR, S/N: KCR298; Stk #: KKCR298; 4,109 Hours; AC, Auxiliary hydraulics ....................................................................$156,000 2007 CAT 365CL, S/N: MCS405; 2,127 Hours; CWT removal, 48" bucket. From Dealer's Rental Fleet ..............................................$410,000 EXCAVATOR - WHEEL 2006 CAT M318C, S/N: H2D446; Stk #: KH2D446; 1,234 Hours ............ ....................................................................................................$195,000 FORKLIFTS - TELESCOPIC 2012 CAT TH407, NEW 8,000 TELEHANDLER 24' lift height cab and A/C ......................................................................................................$86,500 2009 CAT TL642, S/N: TBK01055; 669 Hours; 6,000 LB CAPACITY 4WD CAB AND A/C FOAM FILLED TIRES ....................................$67,000 LIGHT TOWERS 2009 ALLMAND BROS NIGHT-LITE PRO, S/N: 1829; 195 Hours; 6 KW LIGHT TOWER W/ CAT ENGINE Four (4) 1250 watt Metal Halide SHOHD 5000 Watt Lighting System........................................................$6,950

Used Parts • Quality Parts • Attachments Are you looking for a reliable source for quality used components and parts? Outback Parts is linked nationwide with three used parts networks, so finding dependable parts fast and conveniently is never a problem. Outback Parts also supplies replacement parts for Non-Cat® machines. So when you’re needing parts, call or visit us on-line. Call: 732/885-3005 Fax: 609/443-1146 jmeyer@foleyinc.com

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2003 CAT D6N LGP, S/N: ALY367, 8291 Hrs, AC, DS, PAT Blade, Ripper Hydraulics, 70% U/C Remaining ..........................$89,000

LIFTS - BOOM 2006 GENIE S40, S/N: 10229; 1,660 Hours; GENIE S40 SELF PROPELLED AERIAL WORK PLATFORM ..............................................$34,500 2006 GENIE Z45/25JRT, S/N: 30132; 1,464 Hours; SELF PROPELLED AERIAL WORK PLATFORM............................................................$35,000 LIFTS - SCISSOR 2007 GENIE GS4390RT, S/N: 44630; 412 Hours; 43 foot rough terrain DUAL FUEL ..................................................................................$29,000 2009 JLG 1930ES, S/N: 193737; 45 Hours; 19 foot electric scissor lift .. ........................................................................................................$8,800 MOTOR GRADER 2010 CAT 12M, S/N: B9F715; 221 Hours; 14' moldboard ......$285,000 OTHER EQUIPMENT 2010 REMCO MCH24, S/N: MCH10-206; REMCO HARROW w/ spare blades..................................................................................................CALL SKID STEERS 2010 CAT 246C, S/N: JAY3843; 68 Hours; AC, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ..............................................................................................$44,000 2011 CAT 256C, S/N: DWS1776; 146 Hours; AC,GP, New tires. From Dealer's Rental Fleet ......................................................................$43,000 2010 CAT 262C, S/N: MST3330; 123 Hours; AC,High Flow, Bucket, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ............................................................$51,000 2007 CAT 297C, S/N: GCP493; 311 Hours; AC, Bucket, From Dealer's Rental Fleet....................................................................................$57,000 WHEEL LOADERS 2009 CAT 906H, TPE1121, 856 Hours; GP & Forks ..................$68,500 2009 CAT 930H, S/N: DHC1298; 3,834 Hours; AC, 3V, GP, Tires 15-20% remaining ......................................................................$125,000 2006 CAT 938G II, S/N: RTB1892; 1,972 Hours; AC, 3V, GP bucket........ ....................................................................................................$144,000 2005 CAT 966G II, S/N: AXL595; Stk #: VAXL595; 7,346 Hours; AC, LTD Slip diff, Window guard, 80 % tires remaining ....................$175,000

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Dozer - Crawler Backhoe  4910  Unit: 21765,  CAB W/O AIR;  2 WHEEL  2003 JOHNDEERE 550H, SMU/Hrs:  1988 JOHN DEERE 310C, SMU/Hrs: 4500 Unit: 25919, 18 STD LUB TRK SHOE;  ........................................................................$7,000      CHAIN  GUIDES; ROPS CANOPY; SINGLE LEVER CTRL/SIG; DELUXE VINYL REAR DRIVE; GP LOADER BUCKET 2004 JOHN DEERE 310SG, SUSPENDED 5247  SMU/Hrs:   Unit: 25894,  CAB WITH  AIR (2   SEAT; BATTERIES; 105 BLADE AND C FRAME; 4 FUNCTION VALVE; DOOR); SUSPENSION FABRIC SEAT;  POWERSHIFT   MFWD AXLE; 12.5/80-18  HYD  PUMP F USE  W/O WINCH; ETHER START AID; ENVIRONMENTAL DRAIN; DIAGNOSTIC PLUMBING; CHROME EXHAUST; ROPS HEATER; VEHICLE LIGHTFT/19.5LX24 REAR; EXTENDABLE BACKHOE; FIVE FUNCTION VALVE; PILOT CON        ING SYSTEM; OPERATOR STATION ACCESSORIES; RETRIEVAL HITCH; TRACK TROLLER INSTALL; LESS AUXILIARY PLUMBING; EXT STAB W/REV FEET; LDR         ADJUSTER RELIEF VALVE ..........................................................................$37,500 W/RTD AND 2 FUNC HYD; 1.30 CU YD LNG LIP LDR BKT; 1150 LB FRT COUN  MIN CAP;  CHROME  EXHAUST EXTENSION;    JOHN DEERE 650J,  SMU/Hrs: 2836 Unit: 21739, ROPS; 105" PAT BLADE; 2005 TERWEIGHT; TWO BATTERIES-300   OPS  STAT ROOF  W/DELUXE  LIGHT; ELECTRIC 18" PADS; JOYSTICK   STEER........................................................................$54,000 TILT STRING WHL INSTALLATION; Excavator - Crawler ETHER STARTING AID; RIDE CONTROL;   BUCKET CYLINDER   (HEAVY  DUTY)..........   ....................................................................................................................$39,500 2005 JOHN DEERE 200CLC, SMU/Hrs: 6757 Unit: 21650, SHOE 700MM 28" 2007 JOHN DEERE 310SJ, SMU/Hrs: 4298 Unit: 29383, CAB WITH HEAT AND AIR TRIPLE; BOOM 1 PC W/ARM CYL & PLUMB; ARM 2.9 (9'6") WITH BKT CYL; AUX   COND ; AIR SUSP FABRIC SEAT ; MFWD AXLE ; 19.5LX24 R-4 12.5/80-18 ; EXT HYD LINE - 200CLC ....................................................................................$83,000 DIP 5 FNC LG STAB ; TWO LEVER CONTROLS ; MULTI-BRAND QUICK COUPLER ; 2011 JOHN DEERE 225D, SMU/Hrs: 1089 Unit: 83499, SHOE 800MM 32" TRIPLE; 24" HD BACKHOE BUCKET ; LDR W/RTD AND 2 FUNC HYD ; 1.30CUYD LG LP 92 SEAT-AIR SUSP/HEATED; BOOM; 1 PIECE; ARM 2.91M 9'7" W/LINKAGE $165,000 Excavator - Mini BKT CE/SP ; 1250 LB FRT COUNTERWEIGHT ; TWO BATTERIES-300 MIN CAP ; 2008 JOHN DEERE 27D, SMU/Hrs: 755 Unit: 21757, 300MM RUBBER TRACK; CHROME EXHAUSE EXTENSION ; RADIO W/CD PLAYER ; ENGINE COOLANT SUSPENSION SEAT - CLOTH; 3'10"(1.17M) STANDARD ARM; CAB W/ HEATER & HEATER ; ELECTRIC ETHER STARTING AID ; RIDE CONTROL ; DUAL BATTERY DISCONNECT ..............................................................................................$54,500 AC ................................................................................................................$29,000

Loader - Wheel 2005 JOHN DEERE 624J, SMU/Hrs: 5384 Unit: 25914, ZBAR LINKAGE (ZB); 3FNL/JYSTK/1AUX/STR CL FNR; LESS RIDE CONTROL; AXLE; STD REAR & HYD FRONT; STANDARD REAR LIGHTS; STANDARD REAR HITCH; CAB WITH AIR; BUCKET PINS; TRANSMISSION GUARDS; BOTTOM GUARDS; LIFT HOOKS; 20.5X25 16PY L-2 GALAXY ........................................................................$78,900 2006 JOHN DEERE 644J, SMU/Hrs: 3725 Unit: 21603, (NO DW ASSEMBLY); 3FN/JYSTK/1AUX/FNR; RIDE CONTROL SYSTEM; AXLE; STD REAR & HYD FRONT; 23.5R25 L3 RADIAL TIRE; STANDARD REAR LIGHTS; CAB WITH AIR; BUCKET PINS; CHROME EXHAUST; ETHER START AID; PRECLEANER; WHEEL SPIN CONTROL SYSTEM; SUN VISOR; AM/FM/WB - RADIO; 10 AMP CONVERTER; FULL FRONT AND REAR FENDERS; TRANSMISSION GUARDS; BOTTOM GUARDS; FIRE EXTINGUISHER ................................................................$121,000 Loader - Crawler 2003 JOHN DEERE 755C II, SMU/Hrs: 3922 Unit: 27756, 20" DOUBLE GROUSER SLD & LUB; CAB W/AIR W/MECH CLOTH SEAT; 3.1 GP BKT W/TEETH W/SEGMTS; 2 ADDITIONAL FRONT CAB LIGHT; HEAVY DUTY REAR BUMPER; RADIO INSTALLATION ................................................................................$46,900

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2004 TEREX/CMI PR600 COLD PLANER, CUMMINS ENGINE, 84” DRUM, 7933 HRS .......... ..............................................................$89,900

2002 CASE 580M, STK #: U30272, CAB, ESTICK, 4WD, 4836 HRS ........................$31,500

EXCAVATORS 2005 Case CX210, STK #: U23152, Cab w/Air, 9’10” Arm, Bucket, 3900 Hrs ....$65,000 2006 Case CX210N, STK #: U22006, Cab w/Air, 9’10” Arm, Bucket, 2224 Hrs ..$76,500 2009 Takeuchi TB 175C, STK #: U22624, Cab w/Air, 95% Steel Track, No Bucket, 1041 Hrs ......................................................................................................................$68,500 2011 Hyundai Robex 145LCR-9, STK #: U30409, Cab w/Air, Geith Coupler, 24” Track, 1000 Hrs ..............................................................................................................$84,750

ROLLERS 2006 Hamm HDO120V, STK #: U30202, 78” Smooth Double Drum Roller, Oscillation & Vibration, ROPS updated......................................................................................$54,900 2009 Wacker RD12A, STK #: U30319, 36” Smooth, Double Drum, 144 Hrs......$12,200 (3) 2007 Wacker RT82-SC, 32” Trench Rollers, 400-500 Hrs ......................$14,750 Ea. 2009 Wacker RT82-SC2, 32” Trench Roller, 238 Hrs..........................................$17,000

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2009 WIRTGEN W60 MILLING MACHINE

2003 KOMATSU WA450-5 WHEEL LOADER $9,500 Cab w/A.C., Htr, Def; 123” G.P. Bucket w/Teeth, 26.5x25 L5 Foam Filled Firestone Tires, Additional Counterweight C003305

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2003 Winnebago 32’ “BRAVE” RV READY TO GO FOR THE SEASON Only 3,700 orig. miles, hydraulic brakes (No CDL), all amenities - very clean, just installed new battery, main awning and extension toppers C002637

Model EE# PRICE CRAWLER DOZERS/LOADERS KOMATSU 1998 D37P-5 C002622 $23,500 2008 D61EX-15 20178 $167,500 2006 D65EX-15 18219 $159,000 DRESSER 1995 TD9H C003380 SOLD $9,500 OFF ROAD TRUCKS KOMATSU 2003 HM350-1 C002118 2008 HM350-2 19847

$159,000 $249,000

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C002046 C001119 C003182 C003438 C002089

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MATERIAL HANDLERS FUCHS 2005 MHL350 C003296

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Companies Co-Host Service School in King of Prussia, Pa.

Ben Wiese (seated), product manager concrete placing and finishing of MQ-Whiteman discusses the new cruise control features with Jim Campbell (L), King of Prussia Equipment Corp. and J.R. Mazur, GMAC Construction.

Ben Wiese (2nd from L) and Tommy Tucker (R), both of MQ-Whiteman, discuss important maintenance procedures. The new MQ-Whitman model STXD6i hydrostatic ride-on trowel.

O Thirteen participants from nine companies consisting of mechanics and finishers based out of Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania attended the seminar.

Ben Wiese uses a PowerPoint presentation in the classroom setting.

(L-R, seated): Brian Petro, King of Prussia Equipment; Jim Campbell, King of Prussia Equipment; and Jeff Nelson, Cavan Construction; listen in as Tommy Tucker (L, standing) and Ben Wiese (R, standing) teach the class.

n Nov. 3, King of Prussia Equipment Corp. and MQWhiteman hosted a one-day service seminar for Whiteman hydrostatic ride-on power trowels. The service seminar started at 8 a.m. at King of Prussia Equipment Corp.’s facility in King of Prussia, Pa. Thirteen participants from nine companies consisting of mechanics and finishers based out of Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania attended. The service seminar ended at 3:30 p.m. with a question and answer period. Ben Wiese, product manager concrete placing and finishing, of MQ-Whiteman and Tommy Tucker, senior field service manager, Multiquip, conducted the seminar. A new MQWhiteman model STXD6i hydrostatic ride-on trowel and an older used model STX55y6 hydrostatic were on hand for the seminar. Specific training on the STXD6i included the new power management features which adjusts hydraulic pump stroke to ensure that unit operates at peak efficiency under all conditions and eliminates engine bogging down under a severe load. An electronic governor delivers only the precise amount of fuel required to meet the engine load, resulting in greater fuel efficiency and reduced operating costs, according to the manufacturer. Attendees also were educated in the proper maintenance and servicing for all hydrostatic models. Each student received a service binder and a service disc. The service disc included information on how to diagnose, trouble-shoot and set adjustments via a laptop computer to the ride-on trowel itself. Coffee and donuts were provided by King of Prussia Equipment. Lunch was sponsored by Plate 2000, a manufacturer of trowel blades and pans. MQ-Whiteman provided door prizes for each attendee. A special raffle of miniature hydraulic trowel models were included. King of Prussia Equipment Corp. of King of Prussia, Pa., has been a concrete equipment distributor in the tri-state area since 1980 and is one of the few “specialty concrete” dealers of MQ-Whiteman in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware markets. Other major manufacturers represented are: Schwing America, Husqvarna-Soff-cut, Conforms, Benner-Nawman, Wyco, Bartell-Morrison, Camlever, Vibco, Allen Engineering, Powerblanket, M-B-W and Soft Ride Racks. King of Prussia Equipment provides annual service see SERVICE page 114

Ben Wiese (L) points out the necessary adjustments to Ivan Zattoni of Fabbri Concrete.

Ben Wiese (R) points out hydraulic parts used for testing pressure to Cavan Construction’s Jeff Nelson.

Ben Wiese (L) uses a laptop to diagnose and adjust settings for the STXD6i while Cavan Construction’s Jeff Nelson looks on.


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Tishman Construction Builds Tatzu Nishi Art Installation Tishman Construction Corporation, an AECOM company, has completed the construction of Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi’s Discovering Columbus — a large-scale, temporary art installation that reimagines the iconic Christopher Columbus statue at the center of Manhattan’s Columbus Circle. The construction company was engaged by the Public Art Fund, the New York nonprofit organization that is presenting the project, to procure and manage the erection of a faux living room six stories above the street and supported by 64 ft. of scaffolding. A stairwell gives visitors access to the room where they come face-to-face with the sculpture, set against dramatic views of Central Park and Midtown. The 13-ft.-tall Columbus is surrounded by lamps, a couch, coffee table, television and custom wallpaper covered with images of American pop culture. The exhibition opened to the public in September and will be on view until midNovember. In building Discovering Columbus, Tishman’s work included the construction of the scaffolding and a hoist elevator for public use, the installation and dismantling of the living room and associated construction activities. Tishman collaborated with AECOM engineers to provide initial site

studies. said Susan Freedman, president of “The Public Art Fund is an expert the Public Art Fund. “This work is at art installations and exhibits, and so different from anything we’ve we’re experts at vertical construccreated previously. We were espetion,” said Pam Friedlander, Tishman cially mindful that the structure is senior vice president. “Projects like built around a historical monument, ‘The Waterfalls’ and ‘Discovering we were on a rather tight construcColumbus’ are a combination of the tion timeline, and we’re working in two, and we’ve become the fund’s the middle of one of New York’s go-to partner for this sort of thing. busiest intersections. But the work These projects present really unique was completed just as the artist logistical challenges, and finding the envisioned, and the public response right solutions is something we're has been extraordinary.” very good at.” Tishman Construction previously The project’s scope presented sevserved as construction manager of eral challenges that needed to be the Public Art Fund’s New York addressed quickly to maintain the City Waterfalls and Sol LeWitt: aggressive six-week schedule, Structures, 1965-2006. Waterfalls including adhering to the city’s prowas an iconic temporary art exhibicurement process and working with tion by artist Olafur Eliasson that a number of city agencies to deter- In building Discovering Columbus, Tishman’s work consisted of four man-made watermine and attain the permits required included the construction of the scaffolding and a falls built on prominent New York for this one-of-a-kind project. hoist elevator for public use, the installation and Harbor locations overlooking Another complexity Tishman faced dismantling of the living room and associated con- Lower Manhattan. Sol LeWitt: was operating a working construc- struction activities. Structures was the first outdoor tion site on a very small footprint — career survey of Sol LeWitt’s three“Having worked with Tishman on a num- dimensional works. the site is in a small circle in the center of a city surrounded by traffic. The experienced ber of our large-scale projects in the past, we For more information, visit team was able to manage this safely and suc- were excited to partner with them on the www.aecom.com or www.publicartfund.org. cessfully and delivered the project on time. construction of Discovering Columbus,”

Warnings Stave Off Gridlock on George Washington Bridge By Shawn Boburg THE RECORD OF WOODLAND PARK

WOODLAND PARK, N.J. (AP) It was supposed to be a traffic nightmare. It turned out to be a dream. Predictions of 5-mi. backups and unprecedented delays on the New Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge appear to have scared thousands of daily commuters away from the span. Except for the recent congestion caused by superstorm Sandy’s assault on the region’s transit system, motorists have seen faster-than-normal rush-hour commutes ever since the July start of a major construction project in New York City, according to transportation officials, experts and traffic data. “We see this time and time again,” said Jim Bak, director of community relations at INRIX, a company that collects data on traffic along the Interstate 95 corridor and other highways throughout the country. He told The Record of Woodland Park that “there is a very strong element of psychology behind traffic patterns.” In the last few years, he said, similar worstcase warnings in Los Angeles, Seattle and London have had the same effect — actually reducing traffic to below-normal levels on roads that were expected to be clogged. It’s a public relations strategy that state transportation officials in New York, who aired the predictions in media outlets throughout the region before the July 15 start of the project, acknowl-

edge opens them to “cry wolf” criticism. But they say there was no effort to mislead the public and that the backups might have matched predictions if people hadn’t changed their routines. “It kept the scenario from becoming a worst-case scenario,” said Adam Levine, a spokesman of the New York Department of Transportation. Pleased with the effect, New York State transportation officials are now warning that traffic delays are going to hit New Jerseybound vehicles starting in December, as a new phase begins on the construction project that caused all the worry, the rehabilitation of the Alexander Hamilton Bridge. The span connects Manhattan with the Bronx and is less than a mile from the George Washington Bridge. At 8 a.m. on a typical weekday, it takes 11 to 13 minutes on average for a vehicle to travel eastbound from the intersection of Routes 80 and 95 in Hackensack to the deck of the George Washington Bridge, according to INRIX. But in the months from the start of the Alexander Hamilton Bridge project until Sandy struck, that drive took an average of between four and six minutes. Congestion at the bridge, of course, has increased in the weeks since Sandy because commuters had fewer transit options and the Holland Tunnel was out of commission much of the time. But the numbers indicate that motorists avoided the world’s busiest span for

a prolonged period. There were nearly 6,400 fewer daily Manhattan-bound trips on average in the 2-1/2 months after the July 15 start of construction, compared with the period in 2011, according to officials at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the agency that operates the GWB. They also said the warnings appeared to be the cause. The Lincoln and Holland tunnels, the Port Authority’s other Hudson River crossings, meanwhile, saw no appreciable increase in traffic over that time, said Steve Coleman, a spokesman at agency. The work on the Alexander Hamilton resulted in a lane closing that engineers projected could create a choke point, backing up traffic on the west side of the George Washington Bridge to Route 80 in Hackensack and into the Meadowlands on the New Jersey Turnpike. The current phase of the project is expected to end in early December, five weeks earlier than anticipated, officials said. The predictions from New York State transportation officials this summer prompted calls for street closings and extra police patrols in Bergen County towns bordering Route 95. Transportation agencies in both New York and New Jersey asked eastbound commuters to find other ways across the river. They used Web sites, mobile applications, electronic billboards and statements to the media. “In terms of getting the word out, that was

unprecedented,” said Levine. It was a toned-down version of what was dubbed Carmaggedon on the West Coast — a road project in Los Angeles that caused the closing of a 10-mi. stretch of a busy Interstate in September and last year. Officials predicted the worst. But motorists ended up staying home or taking other modes of transportation, and the potentially affected roads were relatively empty. In Phase 5 of the Alexander Hamilton Bridge project, crews will set up a working area in the middle of the westbound side of the bridge, fed by the chronically clogged Cross Bronx Expressway. It will result in the closing of one of the four westbound lanes and is expected to last through April. “The Cross Bronx Expressway into the George Washington Bridge is always slow,” Levine said. “We do expect it’s going to be a little more arduous.” This time, he did not provide estimates for how far the backups might extend. Bak, of INRIX, said motorists often write off a particular route if they hear about the potential for congestion. But with the increasing number of free, real-time traffic applications, both on phones and on the Internet, he said, motorists can make last-minute decisions based on how the traffic patterns are playing out that day. “It’s that saying, ‘Know before you go,’” he said. “That could be five minutes before you walk out the door.”


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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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American Rental Association Announces JESCO Iron for Sale, Volunteer Recognition Award Recipients Rental to Help Sandy Each year, the American Rental Association (ARA) honors outstanding volunteers for their service to the association. The following are the recipients of this year’s volunteer recognition awards, which will be presented during The Rental Show in Las Vegas. The Distinguished Service, Meritorious Service, Special Service and Outstanding Leadership Awards will be presented during Lunch With ARA on Feb. 10, while the Regional Persons of the Year and President’s Image Awards are presented during the regional receptions on Feb. 11. Distinguished Service Award Next to the Rental Hall of Fame, this is the most prestigious award ARA presents. This award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated exemplary leadership with long-term service to the association at the national, state/provincial and local levels. Hal Y. Roe, president of Bradley Rentals in Cleveland, Tenn., receives this year’s Distinguished Service Award. He’s being honored for his continued service and dedication to ARA since 1992, when his business opened. Roe began his involvement serving on the ARA of Tennessee board and has served on a wide range of committees for ARA as well as the ARA Insurance board, the ARA Political Action Committee (ARAPAC) Council and ARA Foundation board. He was elected an officer of the ARA board in 2009, serving as president-elect, president and chairman of the board. He continues to serve as an ARA Foundation Rental Executive Advisory Program (REAP) advisor, providing mentoring and guidance to others within the industry. Meritorious Service Award The award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated exemplary leadership in a defined area of association service, such as through a committee, special project or service activity. Terry Bryant, president of Bryant’s Rent-All of Lexington in Lexington, Ky., will receive the Meritorious Service Award for his personal activity, support and dedication in the area of public policy and government affairs. He’s been a member of ARA since 1976. In 1993, Bryant became the legislative chair for ARA of Kentucky and has remained active in the state association since that time. He’s also served on ARA’s Government Affairs Committee numerous times, including as chair, has been a continuous supporter of ARAPAC for more than 17 years and also attended the National Legislative Caucus in Washington, D.C., during that same time. Bryant is personally acquainted with his federal and state legislators and is a strong supporter of member involvement in the political process. Special Service Award This honor recognizes an industry supplier who has made an outstanding contribution to the association and will be presented to Dave Garton, marketing manager of John Deere, Moline, Ill. The company is a 35-year associate member of ARA and exhibitor at The Rental Show. Garton has worked in the rental industry and been involved with ARA since 2006, serving on the Construction and Industrial Services Shared Interest Group and

Construction U Task Force. Currently he’s serving a threeyear term as ARA Foundation trustee. He’s also worked with John Deere in support of The Rental Show sponsorships and donations for the ARA Foundation charity auction, which for several years has been a VIP trip to the John Deere Classic PGA tournament each July. His added touches for the top bidders, such as welcoming them at the airport, arranging visits with John Deere senior staff and bringing them to the ARA headquarters, expand the experience and he serves as an ambassador for the ARA Foundation, ARA and John Deere for these trips. Outstanding Leadership Award Recipients of this award have demonstrated superlative leadership at the grassroots level — state, local or provincial. This year’s recipient is Darren Morizet , owner of PartyTime Rentals in Poughquag, N.Y., who is being recognized for his work in reactivating ARA of New York. The first meeting to discuss reactivating the state association was at The Rental Show 2011 and, during the meeting, Morizet volunteered to serve as president. He’s been an outstanding leader, engaging fellow members of the board of directors to actively represent the membership and established consistency with meetings to serve the members in all areas of the state. ARA of New York now has 178 members, with those companies having 77 branch locations. He will continue to serve as the association’s president in 2013. Regional Persons of the Year These awards honor members who have made outstanding contributions to the association and the rental industry on the regional, state, provincial or local levels. Region 1: George Jones, Solutions by Computer, North Bennington, Vt. Region 2: Carol Frederick, Tel-Power Tool and Equipment Rental, Altoona, Pa. Region 3: Jim Browning, The Browning Agency, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Region 4: Willie Strange, Eagle Rentals, Seguin, Texas Region 5: John Fuchs, Anchor Industries, Evansville, Ind. Region 6: The late Dennis Vis, Attema Marketing, Burnsville, Minn. Region 7: Joseph Muench, ProCon, Las Cruces, N.M. Region 8: Mike Blaisdell, Bunce Rental, Tacoma, Wash. Region 9: Ted Cook, Ventura Rental Center, Ventura, Calif. Region 10: Mike Maltby: Ingersoll Rent-All, Woodstock, Ontario, Canada President’s Image Award This is a business facility or store award celebrating a commitment to improving the rental industry image through a remodeling, rebuilding or renovation project. Aspen Rent-All, Aspen Colo. — Beth Hoff Blackmer Aurora Rents, Seattle — Larry Steele George’s Tool Rental, Hatfield, Pa. — Alan Wismer One Stop Party Shop, Webster, Texas — Karen Keesler Rental World, Harlingen, Texas — Bryan Wolf Robinson’s Hardware, Hudson, Mass. — Steve Reitter For more information, visit ARArental.org.

Recovery Efforts JESCO, one of New Jersey’s leading construction equipment dealerships, has been providing the Northeast with sales and rental of construction equipment for more than 40 years. As a result of the devastating destruction of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey, New York and surrounding area, JESCO is even more committed to offering the community quality equipment to assist in the cleanup and rebuilding efforts. JESCO has the following equipment available for sale or rental for the recovery process: • John Deere and Hitachi mini, crawler and wheeled excavators • John Deere wheel loaders • John Deere crawler dozers including the 764 high speed dozer • John Deere skid steers and compact track loaders • John Deere and Hydrema articulated dump trucks • Doppstadt trommels and slow speed shredders • Genesis attachments including second and third member shears • LeeBoy force feed loader • Ditch Witch FX vacuum excavation systems For more information, call 800/241-7070 or visit www.jesco.us.

Hershey Co. Wins Approval to Tear Down Factory HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) The Hershey Co. has won approval to tear down part of the chocolate factory built by founder Milton Hershey following the shifting of production across town. The Derry Township Design Review Board approved the chocolate maker’s plan to tear down much of the East Chocolate Avenue building, leaving behind the iconic smokestacks and bushes that spell out “Hershey Cocoa.” Hershey shut down production at the plant earlier this year as it started up lines at a $750 million expansion of a plant in West Hershey. The company plans to renovate part of the remaining building and turn it into office space. Previously approved demolition has already begun at the site.

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Construction Equipment Rental Offers Hyundai Iron In 1979 Chuck Ulmer, a mechanic by trade, started his first business focusing on construction equipment and engine repair. After a decade repairing machines, he flipped his business model from construction equipment repair to equipment rental — and Construction Equipment Rental was born. Ulmer’s first investment in the rental business was Hyundai construction equipment. Today, Ulmer continues to purchase Hyundai equipment to fill a rental equipment niche. “In the early ’90s, local equipment dealers were only offering monthly rentals. I saw this as a huge opportunity, so I purchased a few pieces of Hyundai construction equipment and started offering contractors daily, weekly and monthly rentals,” said Ulmer. “It also made perfect sense to go in this direction since we could repair and maintain the machines ourselves, to save on equipment downtime and overhead costs.” Ulmer’s first year of renting equipment was a success. The second year, his company doubled its profits — and by the third year, the company surpassed both the first- and secondyear profits by a healthy margin. “We found the rental niche at the time and took advantage of it,” said Ulmer. “We started out with two pieces of Hyundai equipment, and at the height of the business we had 32 pieces of Hyundai equipment in our rental fleet.” Unfortunately, dealers caught on and started offering daily, weekly and monthly rentals. Ulmer decided it was time for Construction Equipment Rental to find another rental niche. He saw a void in the rentals of demolition equipment, as well as those for attachments such as concrete pulverizers, claw forks, shears, grapples and hammers. “Dealers were pushing for demolition and other attachment rentals at the time so we purchased a few demolition attachments and would also build attachments for specific applications such as claw forks for the wheel loaders to move pipe, logs, etc.,” said Ulmer. “Ninety percent of our fleet had attachments.” Construction Equipment Rental was successful, but once again, other local dealers quickly caught on and began offering a range of equipment attachments. Ulmer decided to make yet another big move. He adjusted his business model again, this time becoming a “re-rental” company using a dealer instead of renting directly to the end user. He also reduced his fleet size by selling half of it to a local dealer, and he now specializes in environmental and demolition equipment re-rental. “We are focusing on filling the niche for renting environmental and demolition equipment,” said Ulmer “Our fleet consists of long front, crawler and wheeled excavators with a range of attachments.” To make this move, Ulmer again turned to Hyundai, working with Harter Equipment in Millstone Township, N.J. Construction Equipment Rental recently purchased three Construction Equipment Rental likes Hyundai 9-series excavators.

Chuck Ulmer works with Harter Equipment, Millstone Township, N.J.

R290LC-9 long front excavators, a R210W9 wheeled excavator and a R145LCR from Harter Equipment to round out its re-rental fleet. “The new Hyundai 9-Series excavators are very easy to service and add attachments to. They’re also a pleasure to operate and come with more standard features than you know what to do with,” said Ulmer. “We found over the years that Hyundai always provided a great price and value,” continued Ulmer. “They manufacture a nice piece of equipment that doesn’t break down. And to back up that point, we’ve used our Hyundai warranty once in over 20 years. That says a lot about the manufacturer and its equipment.” Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc., offers earthmoving and material-handling equipment, including hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders, skid steer loaders and electric and diesel forklifts. It also manufactures internal combustion cushion and internal combustion pneumatic forklifts. Hyundai’s North American headquarters in Norcross, Ga., along with its Elk Grove location outside Chicago, gives the company two strategically located parts depots for quick fulfillment of dealer and customer orders. For more information on Hyundai, Hyundai products or dealership opportunities, call 877/509-2254 or visit www.hceamericas.com. For more information on Construction Equipment Rental, call 856-728-2793.


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2004 Cat D10R, AKT00473, 22205 Hrs $895,000

1996 Cat 990, 7HK00252, 41872 Hrs $750,000

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Plasterer Equipment Celebrates a Century in Business; Plasterer Equipment was founded by Employee turnover is very low at located a part to fix his machine. That been a lot of fun. Establishing true relatwo brothers as an agricultural company Plasterer. There are sons of retired Saturday afternoon I learned the impor- tionships has certainly helped to grow in 1912. This year, the Lebanon, Pa., employees working here, and there is tance of good customer service. and strengthen our company. company — now in its fourth generation one employee still here that worked for CEG: What do you like about being The next on my list would be the pasof family leadership — is celebrating its Elmer Plasterer. Large investments in in the construction industry? sion and dedication that everyone in our 100th anniversary. property and equipment and personnel Houser: I don’t want to generalize or industry exemplifies. Those of us that are Construction Equipment Guide by the company have enabled service paint everyone with the same brush, but involved in the industry have a true pasrecently sat down with five key members capabilities to meet or exceed our com- our industry consists of professionals sion for what we do. Whether it’s a conin the Plasterer organization who shared petitors. with a “working person’s attitude.” They tractor wrapping up a huge project, a their thoughts, memories and predictions Mike Kernan, Plasterer Equipment want a relationship with their dealer, sales representative finalizing a deal or a about this family-run business. Vice President of Sales: Family atmos- honesty, and a sense of urgency. In technician completing a difficult repair Construction Equipment Guide phere and quality service is the core of return, you can expect direct feedback on a machine, everyone is fiercely driv(CEG): How has Plasterer maintained Plasterer’s company vision. and loyalty over time, if you do what you en toward success. both its family atmosKernan: Business phere and its reputarelationships with custion for high quality tomers, employees, and services as it has manufacturers are all grown over 100 very important, but it is years? the long- term sustainTim Houser, able customer relationPlaster Equipment ships that I am particuPresident: I think it larly thankful for. starts at the top with an Earning a customer’s attitude that you lead business trust is very by example, and by rewarding. that I mean not only the CEG: Plasterer has principal but also the always made employmanagement team, as ee satisfaction and well. I am very fortuqualification top prinate to have a good orities. How is the management team company working to around me and I know keep employees that my father would happy and equipped say the same thing for their jobs? about the management Houser: People genteam that was around erally enjoy doing him when he was pressomething they are ident of Plasterer. (L-R, seated): Tim Houser, president, and Jake Kuchera, senior vice president. (L-R, standing): Sue Ansel, good at and hopefully Jacob Kuchera, marketing; Mike Kernan, vice president of sales; and Larry Smith, product support manager. you can find a job Plasterer Equipment doing that one thing. Senior Vice President: The Plasterer Sue Ansel, Plasterer Equipment say you are going to do. We put a lot of energy into the hiring business culture has always been to keep Marketing Coordinator: As a child, I Kuchera: There are many things that process, trying to identify people that are the customer satisfied. Open communi- learned a valuable lesson from my Dad I like about the construction industry, but good at that one thing. We then go cation between the customer and the in customer service. At the time, in addi- there are two items in particular that are through an extensive interview process company team members, including the tion to being a construction dealer, we on the top of my list. The first — and at multiple layers to make sure there is a senior managers is a top priority. Our were also an Ag dealer. Cornfields sur- what I feel is the most important — good fit. A satisfied employee will reflect internal communication process helps to rounded the neighborhood we lived in. I would be all of the relationships that that to a customer in the quality of his or keep the management team fully aware can remember late one Saturday after- have been formed over the years. It has her work. of any customer-related issues and gives noon, a farmer drove to our house unan- been a pleasure dealing with customers, Smith: Training at Plasterer has us an opportunity to follow up with a nounced. The farmer’s corn picker had manufacturers, vendors and employees. always been a way of life. Employee quick response. broken down and he asked my Dad if he Having the opportunity to work with benefit packages have been reviewed Larry Smith, Plasterer Equipment could help. Without hesitation, my Dad industry people and form relationships and revised periodically and are as good Product Support Coordinator: drove the farmer to our dealership and that eventually turn into friendships has as or better than any in our industry.


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Company Leaders Discuss Plasterer’s Keys to Success Employees are always included in special celebrations such as our 100th anniversary celebration this year. Other traditions, such as an annual Christmas party and years of service bonuses, remind employees that the company cares and recognizes employee loyalty. Kernan: Employee satisfaction is achieved by offering and delivering training to gain additional skills, a safe and pleasant work environment, respect for all employees, competitive wages and benefits, acknowledging work that is done well, and being truly thankful for each employee’s efforts. Ansel: We have been fortunate to have employees who have been with Plasterer 20-plus years. Quite a few of them I worked with in my teens. My family strives to make sure our employees feel like a member of our family. This was demonstrated this past year as we celebrated our 100th year in business. During anniversary celebrations, our employees took great pride in showcasing our business and enjoyed talking to our customers about Plasterer’s history. CEG: Discuss the new technology that is being utilized at Plasterer, such as JDLINK, and its importance. Houser: JDLINK is John Deere’s proprietary telematics solution. In its simplest form, it is the communication conduit between the machine, the customer and the dealer. It allows all three parties to share information regarding machine health, productivity, utilization, location and more through a secure Web portal. It is constantly evolving and improving and I don’t think we have fully realized its potential. It may not be for everyone, but I believe it has a benefit for everyone, even if that simply means the dealer can access machine information remotely, which can reduce diagnostic time and, consequently, downtime. Smith: JDLINK is still in its infancy, but it is already making an impact, particularly with large fleet owners. They integrate this system with their business systems to monitor fuel usage, equipment utilization, equipment location and maintenance scheduling. JDLINK has

already advanced and has given service departments the capability to diagnose problems with a machine remotely, only limited by the ability of cellular phone signals. Satellite communication with JDLINK is also now available in certain areas and is expanding. CEG: Where do you see machine technology, such as integrated grade control, heading in the future? Near future? Houser: Plasterer has pro-actively developed relationships with the local Topcon and Trimble dealer and regularly stock machines in our rental fleet with both technologies. Our sales manager has developed a real expertise in this area and it is driving incremental business. When customers realize the time and material savings by having a stake free job site with closer grade tolerances on fewer passes, the system almost sells itself. We are fortunate that John Deere has taken an open architecture approach (factory configured for Topcon or Trimble) and produce some of the finest grading dozers and motorgraders on the market. Kuchera: At present, the industry is fully engaged in laser-guided technology. It has become a large part of our company and will continue to grow in the future. Contractors are always looking for ways to control their material costs, improve accuracy on job site preparation and get more production from the operator. Laser equipped machines can help with these concerns. This technology has proven itself by providing the contractor with cost-saving solutions for problems that they face every day. Smith: Large contractors have already embraced this technology and Plasterer is recognized as the leader in our territo-

ry for supplying and servicing this technology. The time and materials saving on surveying and staking out a job add to profitability. Operator error involved in grading and filling on jobs is greatly reduced and again, it allows companies to lower costs and be more competitive. CEG: Plasterer has a new internal communication system. What is this system? How will it improve customer service at Plasterer? Houser: At Plasterer, we have a real time communication system based on simple e-mail and message rules that disseminates information across the branch regarding customer contacts. The information is unfiltered and spread across all departments and read daily by the management team and employees at the branch. We have become so disciplined with this process that when a customer concern arises that puts the relationship at risk it is almost always being addressed by the time I pick up the phone to make a follow up call. CEG: John Deere has expanded into the Brazil, Russia, India and China (or BRIC) countries. How does this expansion help John Deere dealerships, such as Plasterer, and their customers over the long haul? Houser: First of all, a more global and diversified John Deere is a healthier company with long-term sustainability. That is good for the dealer network. Second, a more globally diverse C&F division will eventually lead to a more global secondary market, which stands to reason will only help resale value on the long run. Lastly, the products produced abroad are market specific and reduce currency risk. When you com-

bine additional manufacturing capacity and flexibility globally with the possibility of new product ideas for North America, I see a bright future with lots of possibilities. CEG: What do you consider to be good leadership qualities? How have you employed these qualities to ensure Plasterer Equipment remains successful over the next “X” number of years? Houser: I think you start by leading by example and understanding that your lowest standard is the highest standard you can expect from anyone -– that is what my father taught our family. I am convinced that in order to be successful in a family business you need to have a passion for the business, competent ability and no small measure of humility. There are plenty of people that work for you that are smarter than you in a specific area so you better be willing to listen. I can tell you that I am blessed with department managers, branch managers and senior managers who feel much the same way. A big ego is not going to last long at Plasterer Equipment. CEG: If you could see the future of Plasterer Equipment, say 20 years or so from now, what do you think that company would look like? Houser: I can’t say I have a specific goal in terms of size, but I hope that the culture will remain intact and that we will successfully transition into another generation with satisfied customers and employees. One-hundred years is a pretty solid foundation, so I am bullish we can get this accomplished. Smith: It would definitely have many new faces, as there are numerous current employees who would be retired. The faces may change, but I do not believe the philosophy and reputation would change at all. I am sure there may be some location changes as there definitely has been a change in key market areas for the company. I would also think I would see some expansion into new territories and additional lines of equipment. CEG


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Why work your tail off? John Deere compact excavators work their little tails off — so you don’t have to. Zero- and reduced-tail-swing designs allow them to rotate fully without banging into anything. Independent-swing boom and 360-degree rotation provide the extra maneuverability you need to work more productively within tight lot lines and setbacks. Standard mechanical quickcoupler and auxiliary hydraulics allow you to hook up to rakes, breakers, and augers for maximum versatility. Opt for a bucket with a thumb to handle large materials. Whether you’re digging retaining walls or trenches for drainage or septic systems, a Deere compact excavator will fit right in. Contact us today.

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Construction Equipment Guide • Plasterer’s Special 100th Anniversary Section • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 5, 2012 • Page 41

Plasterer Equipment: A Century in Business see HISTORY page 43

In 1941, Jacob Plasterer sold the business to his son, Elmer.

It started in 1912 with two brothers, Isaac and Jacob Plasterer.

John Deere purchased the Waterloo Tractor Works in 1918 and quickly became one of the industry leaders in agricultural tractor production.

The business flourished in its second generation.

REO Trucks and Waterloo Tractors were Plasterer’s primary product lines.


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Whether you’re a new lawn-maintenance business or a well-established, fullservice landscaping company, your business will thrive with the help of John Deere D-Series Skid Steers and Compact Track Loaders (CTLs). Designed with extensive input from landscapers and other customers, these capable compacts cultivate more productivity with enhancements such as roomier operator stations, quieter pressurized cabs, curved-glass swing-out doors, and optional electrohydraulic (EH) joysticks. Uptimeboosting advantages include a V-plenum cooling system, hydraulicdriven reversing fan, and wide-open engine-compartment access. Plus, more than 100 Worksite Pro™ attachments are available. So whether you are laying sod, seeding, grading, tilling, trimming, planting, installing hardscapes, or whatever else, you’re good to grow.

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                                   Serving    Municipalities,   and Industry  since 1912 Contractors,                 LEBANON, PA SELLERSVILLE, PA BETHLEHEM, PA LEWISBERRY, PA         2550 E. Cumberland 640 Lowther Rd.   St.   3215 State Rd.   400  Stoke  Park Rd. (717) 273-2616 • (800) 225-4001 (215) 258-5700 • (800) 523-2209 (610) 867-4657 • (800) 587-9790 (717) 938-6568 • (866) 787-0001                     NEW AND USED  JOHN DEERE  EQUIPMENT,  FOR QUALITY BE SURE TO VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www.plasterer.com

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Construction Equipment Guide • Plasterer’s Special 100th Anniversary Section • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 5, 2012 • Page 43

Plasterer Equipment: A Century in Business HISTORY from page 41

see HISTORY page 45

John Deere soon became recognized nationally as an innovative and reliable manufacturer of quality agricultural tractors and implements.

The construction business grew methodically through the 1960s and by 1970 a second location was built in Bethlehem, Pa. In 1971, Leon Houser became the sole shareholder and owner of Elmer E. Plasterer Inc.

Plasterer’s agricultural heritage taught it the value of hard work, family values, and customer satisfaction. Plasterer’s motto was “Here comes Elmer.”

John Deere entered the construction industry in 1956, and with that a new division of the company was formed, lead by a young man named Leon Houser.

Like many in the industry, Plasterer has a strong historical tie to the farming community.


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Plasterer Equipment: A Century in Business HISTORY from page 43 see HISTORY page 47

The company name was changed to “Plasterer Equipment Co. Inc., and the logo was changed to more accurately reflect its primary business, construction equipment.

Two more locations were added in Lewisberry and Sellersville, Pa., and Plasterer’s geographic trade area more than doubled.

Under Leon’s leadership in the 1970s, the company obtained John Deere sales awards and by 1977, a new location was built in Lebanon, Pa.

Through out the ’80s, the company flourished and was awarded the Gold Level “Mark of Excellence” award from John Deere eight years in a row.

In 1991, Leon Houser was recognized as the “Small Business Person of the Year” for the State of Pennsylvania, and recognized by the U.S. Small Business Administration.


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Plasterer is flexible in how it does business.

Plasterer’s parts stocking offers next day availability.

With the unprecedented growth came many new employees but the family culture has remained unchanged.

In 1998, the leadership mantle was passed to Leon’s son Tim when he was named company president. Thus transitioning the company into its fourth generation of family ownership.

Plasterer focuses on continuous improvement in all aspects of its business.

Plasterer Equipment stays abreast of technological advancements.

Plasterer is committed to employee benefits and fostering an enjoyable place to work. Plasterer’s family values extend to its employees with its commitment to training.


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And we get it!

Plasterer’s employees extend that commitment to its customers, which is reflected in the company’s sense of urgency. Plasterer working hours and emergency service reflect the company’s commitment to customers’ needs.

We’re On It!

Plasterer’s motto is “When you purchase a machine, we deliver our company.”

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Berger Recycling Celebrates 100th Anniversary Bobcat Skid-Steer Loaders Are Everywhere, Including Painted on Wall at Family-Owned Business

(L-R) are Charles, Adam and Sam Sinel of Berger Recycling. Charles and Sam are grandsons of the founder, Hyman Berger, and Adam is a fourth-generation family member who works for the company.

A giant mural painted on the side of one of its buildings celebrates the 100th year of Berger Recycling in Pawtucket, R.I. The artwork, 100-ft. long and 15-ft. high, highlights local landmarks along with the people, processes and equipment that have made the family-owned business so successful. Among the items pictured in the mural is a Bobcat skidsteer loader, a fixture on site for almost half the time the company has been in business. “Bobcat equipment has been important to us, so it’s only fitting that we include one of the loaders in the artwork that

illustrates our history,” said Adam Sinel, vice president of operations. “We don’t think any other machines would stand up to the abuse we put our loaders through. This is a very tough work environment, and for decades our Bobcat loaders have been exceptionally reliable.” As a result of the long record of dependable performance, the company currently owns six Bobcat skid-steer loaders to move materials around the 3-acre recycling center — a new M-Series S750, two S300s, two S130s and a 753, along with attachments such as an angle broom, pallet forks, industrial buckets with grapples and snow/light material buckets.

Four Generations Old Today the firm is owned by Sam and Charles Sinel, grandsons of the founder, Hyman Berger. Their father, Abe, ran the business until his unexpected death in 1958. At that point, their mother Edith took over and spent about a decade in charge until her sons joined the business. Adam, son of Charles, is the fourth-generation family member to work at the company. When asked about Berger Recycling’s history with see ANNIVERSARY page 94


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Finally! Notre Dame’s football team is on the verge of winning the national championship for the first time since 1988. Even though I’m not dreaming, it is a dream come true. The Fighting Irish are the No. 1 team in the country and they will play either No. 2 Alabama or No. 3 Georgia in the title game Jan. 7, 2013. No. 2 and No. 3 play for the SEC championship this weekend. And no, the date is not a misprint, which is why I’ve said for years that the only two significant letters in the BCS championship are the B and the S. Why wait five more weeks to play the title game? Makes zero sense. Still, from everything I’ve seen and heard, the whole country is excited about Notre Dame football being back on the throne — or at least about to be. How can anyone not be a fan of the Fighting Irish? Notre Dame reportedly has the highest graduation rate in D-I football, 99 percent. The school is legendary, with the famous Four Horsemen, a football team that won one for the Gipper, had the movies Knute Rockne, AllAmerican, and Rudy. And last week Notre Dame became the first college football team to be ranked No. 1 in the polls and No. 1 in graduation success. So, if an 18-year-old high school graduate is faster than a speeding bullet and more powerful than a locomotive but can’t read or write, he should sign with … well, how about an SEC team. I’m sure Alabama or Georgia would grab him in a minute, even if they had to have somebody read the playbook to him. Remember Washington Redskins defensive end Dexter Manley? I’ll never forget being there when he said at a Super Bowl years ago that he went to Oklahoma State for four years and couldn’t read or write. But hey, if you can sack the quarterback, run 40 yards in 4.2 seconds or catch BBs in the dark, they’ll pass on reading and writing and take classes in table tennis or checkers. Exceptions? Notre Dame, Stanford and maybe a couple of other D-I football powers, but that’s about it. Then I was about to rave and rejoice even more over the Fighting Irish when my phone rang and it was you-know-who. Yep, Billy Bob, my cousin in Louisiana I call “the mouth of the south.” “We ain’t talked in a while, so I thought I’d check out what you think,” he said, already juiced up when I had barely gotten “hello” out of my mouth. “Hi, BB,” I said, sighing loudly hoping he’d notice and hang up. “What I think about what?” “How ’bout the Heisman Trophy?” he said. “Who’s gonna win it?”

“Hmmm…” I said. “Well, wouldn’t surprise me if a freshman wins the Heisman for the first time ever. You know, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel.” “You gotta be kiddin’,” Billy Bob said, sarcasm pouring out of his mouth and into my ear. “If a freshman found a cure for cancer the voters wouldn’t give him that trophy!” “There are a lot out there who think he oughta get it,” I said. “Uh, cuz, just check out his numbers, OK? He passed for more than 3,400 yards, had 24 touchdown passes, almost 1,200 yards rushing and 19 TDs. Nobody else with numbers anywhere close to those. So, Mr. Football Genius, who’s your pick?” “Easy,” he said. “Manti Tee-O, or however you spell it. He had … what 100 or so tackles and a bunch of interceptions. He’s one big reason Notre Dame is 12-0.” “In case you haven’t noticed, BB, there have been only two Heisman winners who weren’t either wide receivers, quarterbacks or running backs since the award started in 1935, Leon Hart in 1949 and Charles Woodson in 1997. It’s all about publicity and media exposure. Hey, wouldn’t bother me if Te’o (TE’O IS CORRECT SPELLING) won it, but don’t bet your next paycheck on it.” “All right, enough about that,” he said. “I’m gonna go grab me some Natchitoches Meat Pies for lunch. And yes, snow top, we gotta ’em down here in Cajun country. So, one other thing: whattaya think about the USGA and the R&A about to ban those belly putters — if they haven’t already done it?” “It doesn’t bother me,” I said. “I don’t use one, and given where this is going, I’m glad I don’t. Personally, though, I don’t care if players use them. Hey, why don’t they just change that rule of golf and make it OK to anchor a club on your body. “Look, you still have to read the green, make a good stroke and knock a 1 1/2-inch diameter ball into a hole that is 4.25 inches in diameter. Anyway, I’m surprised you even asked — you don’t even play golf.” “You’re right,” BB said calmly. “I’m too smart to take up that crazy game. But if I did, I’d get me one of those long putters — rule or no rule — ’cause I definitely have the belly for it! That’s all I got to say. See ya, cuz.” And as always, I was glad that was all he had to say! (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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MERIDEN, Conn. (AP) State and federal officials on Oct. 1 announced $121 million in federal funding for a high-speed rail project between New Haven and Springfield, Mass. The 62-mi. (100 km) project calls for service every 30 minutes during peak periods and every 60 minutes at other times. Speeds would reach up to 110 miles an hour. Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office projects 1.26 million riders annually by 2030. “Achieving this milestone means we can complete the design and construction of new track, signal and communication systems, bridge and station infrastructure improvements between New Haven and Hartford and provide an economic boon for the region,” Malloy said. The $121 million will be combined with $174 million in state bond financing. The funding announced on Monday brings to $191 million the federal commitment to the project. In total, $365 million in state and

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Gabrielli Kenworth Celebrates Grand Opening in N.J. Gabrielli Kenworth of locations in the United States New Jersey recently celeand Canada, Gabrielli brated its grand opening, Kenworth of New Jersey is which was attended by more located on 17 acres between than 400 people and featured Exits 8A and 9 off the New a visit of the Kenworth T680 Jersey Turnpike. The Dayton Road Tour starring the alllocation also offers a variety new T680, Kenworth’s most of rental and leasing services aerodynamic truck ever. through its PacLease franThe new South chise. Brunswick-area dealership The 55,000 sq.-ft. facility in Dayton, N.J., is the first features 20 service bays, Gabrielli Kenworth location overhead lube services for in New Jersey. The dealerthe service bays to help ship joins Gabrielli speed up routine mainteKenworth’s four other New nance services, and a wellYork City-area Kenworth stocked parts department dealership locations in the that includes a 24,000 sq.-ft. Bronx, Hicksville, Medford warehouse with an advanced and Queens, N.Y. inventory system keeping The grand opening feathe dealership and customers tured a trade fair with 15 consistently stocked. The suppliers, a ribbon-cutting dealership provides full warceremony attended by South ranty service support for the Brunswick Mayor Frank PACCAR MX engine. Gambatese and a catered “We offer fleet customers lunch. Customers also got an daily truck rentals, parts opportunity to test drive sevdelivery and remote mainteeral new Kenworth trucks. nance service, plus we have “We’re pleased so many emergency roadside assiscustomers joined us in the tance for fleets and truck grand opening celebration of operators,” Gabrielli said. our new facility,” said Gabrielli Kenworth of Armando Gabrielli, presiNew Jersey is located at dent of Gabrielli Truck 2306 Route 130 North in Sales, parent company of Dayton, N.J., and is open Gabrielli Kenworth of New Participating in the ribbon-cutting ceremony, (L-R) are Romolo Gabrielli, Amedeo Gabrielli, South Brunswick from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Jersey. “Our family has been Mayor Frank Gambatese, South Brunswick Manager Bernard Hvozdovic Jr., Armando Gabrielli, and Armando Monday through Friday and dedicated to providing cus- Gabrielli Jr. 8 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. tomers with superior service The phone number is which has received very favorable 732/997-4203 or toll-free 866/217and value since we opened our first mitment for superior dealer service Satisfaction Studies(SM). “It was great to have the reviews. We expect the truck will 7244. Romolo Gabrielli is general location in 1976. This state-of-the- as demonstrated by Kenworth receiving the “Highest in Kenworth T680 Road Tour visit be popular with fleets and opera- manager; Timothy White, new art dealership is part of our comCustomer Satisfaction with Heavy our new location on the same day tors looking to get an edge with its truck sales and leasing manager; mitment to continue providing quality and service support for Duty Truck Dealer Service, Two of the grand opening,” Gabrielli aerodynamic performance and its Phil Parisi, service manager; and Years in a Row”, according to the added. “It added something special driver-friendly environment.” Kenworth customers.” Jerry DeFilippi, parts manager. A member of the Kenworth The new Dayton location also is J.D. Power and Associates 2011- for our customers and employees For more information, visit part of Kenworth’s constant com- 2012 Heavy Duty Truck Customer to get a better look at the T680, dealer network of more than 325 www.gabriellitruck.com.


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2003 FREIGHTLINER FL70; CA AT 3126 6 CYL (250 HP); 6 SP; P/S; A/B; A/C. LUBE BODY; 750 GAL STEEL DIESEL FUEL TANK; 5 PRODUCTION TANKS; TOOL BOXES.

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2006 PETERBILT 357, Stock# CW-148, Caterpillar C13 Engine, 430 HP, 598,748 Miles, Diesel, 8LL Trans, Air Ride Suspension, 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 4.33 Ratio, 385/65R22.5/11R24.5 Tires, PRICE INCLUDES 2 YR./200,000 MILE ENGINE WARRANTY - COVERS TURBO, INJECTORS & WATER PUMP FOR FIRST YEAR! Equipped w/ MAC 20' Aluminum Dump Body, Tarp & (1) Lift Axle.; Gross Vehicle Weight (lbs): 64000; 6x4..................$54,995

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MAXIMIZE EFFICIENCY. MINIMIZE COSTS. LET’S WORK. Volvo Construction Equipment offers equipment that’s ideal for quarry work. Our wheel loaders feature our exclusive OptiShift technology for exceptional fuel efficiency, while our articulated haulers are designed for quick transport of aggregates. With the support É of Éover 300 É dealer É locations É É across North America, the result is greater productivity for your crew – and É a higher É É earning potential for you. É É É É Learn more about OptiShift by contacting a Volvo dealer near you. Visit volvoce.com/na today.





 

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MALVESE EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Hicksville, NY • 516/681-7600 Riverhead, NY • 631/369-1147

HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO. Harrisburg, PA • 717/564-3031 Drums, PA • 570/788-1127 Ephrata, PA • 717/859-3132 Lock Haven, PA • 570/769-1070

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MCCLUNG-LOGAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC Baltimore, MD • 410/242-6500 Richmond • 804/266-0000 Manassas, VA • 703/393-7344 Roanoke, VA • 540/989-3750 Winchester, VA • 540/722-3700 Wise, VA • 276/328-8027 Chesapeake • 757/485-3314 Bridgeville, DE • 800/638-6012 11:57:46 AM

WOODCO MACHINERY Woburn, MA • 781/935-3377 www.woodcomachinery.com

TYLER EQUIPMENT CORP. East Longmeadow, MA • 413/525-6351 Berlin, CT • 860/356-0840

RUDD EQUIPMENT COMPANY Pittsburgh, PA • 412/741-1731 Clearfield, PA • 814/765-8500 Charleston, WV • 304/755-7788

PENN JERSEY MACHINERY Deptford NJ • 856/227-6400 Somerville NJ • 908/218-1919 Lionville PA • 610/363-9200 Staten Island, NY • 718/889-0105


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MAXIMIZE EFFICIENCY. MINIMIZE COSTS. LET’S WORK. Volvo Construction Equipment offers equipment that’s ideal for quarry work. Our wheel loaders feature our exclusive OptiShift technology for exceptional fuel efficiency, while our articulated haulers are designed for quick transport of aggregates. With the support É of Éover 300 É dealer É locations É É across North America, the result is greater productivity for your crew – and É a higher É É earning potential for you. É É É É Learn more about OptiShift by contacting a Volvo dealer near you. Visit volvoce.com/na today.





 

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MALVESE EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Hicksville, NY • 516/681-7600 Riverhead, NY • 631/369-1147

HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO. Harrisburg, PA • 717/564-3031 Drums, PA • 570/788-1127 Ephrata, PA • 717/859-3132 Lock Haven, PA • 570/769-1070

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WOODCO MACHINERY Woburn, MA • 781/935-3377 www.woodcomachinery.com

TYLER EQUIPMENT CORP. East Longmeadow, MA • 413/525-6351 Berlin, CT • 860/356-0840

RUDD EQUIPMENT COMPANY Pittsburgh, PA • 412/741-1731 Clearfield, PA • 814/765-8500 Charleston, WV • 304/755-7788

PENN JERSEY MACHINERY Deptford NJ • 856/227-6400 Somerville NJ • 908/218-1919 Lionville PA • 610/363-9200 Staten Island, NY • 718/889-0105


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Metso C120 Jaw Combines Crushing Efficiency, Safety Metso’s Mining and Construction Technology’s C120 jaw crusher is the 13th member of the C-series range of crushers. Metso’s C120 combines uncompromising reliability, crushing efficiency and versatility in both stationary and mobile applications with safety and ease of use. “When starting the C120 project, we listened closely to our customers and collected field data from a number of sites. Based on that, we decided to design the crusher cavity and kinematics first. As a result, Metso can now offer aggregates producers, large-scale contractors and mining companies a new crusher that meets all the standards set for any demanding application,” said Ilkka Somero, Metso’s product manager of jaw crushers. Productivity Through Long Stroke and Fixed Jaw Die The productivity of the C120 is the result of several new design elements. The crusher features a long and aggressively directed stroke, and a fixed jaw die longer than previously seen in this crusher size class. The C120 has a large feed opening of 34 by 47 in. (86 by 119 cm) and an aggressive cavity cross section, resulting in a high performance and reduction ratio, according to the manufacturer. In terms of cavity volume and crusher weight, the C120 is positioned between the existing Metso C116 and C125 jaw crusher models.

mounted in a variety of ways to ensure an easy fit onto an existing or new steel structure. Mechanical or hydraulic setting adjustment systems are available for quick, easy and safe setting adjustment. For jaw dies, several cavity options are available. Depending on the customer’s preference, it is possible to use either single- or two-piece jaw dies. Safety the Highest Priority Safety is the highest priority for Metso when designing a new crusher. The C120 features optional robust composite flywheel guards that allow quick and safe access to all service points. The standard delivery Metso C120 jaw crusher. includes lifting tools for jaw dies, cheek plates and toggle plate, contributing to operational safety when changing wear Easy to Install parts. The C120 is easy to install, due to its The Metso C120’s nominal power is compact design, and includes an optional 200 hp (160 kW), operating speed 230 integrated motor bed and guards. Being rpm, closed side setting between 2 ¾ to 8 well-balanced, the C120 is quick, easy and cost-efficient to install using rubber The optional, robust compos- in. (70 to 20 cm). The operational weight is mounting pads underneath the crusher ite flywheel guards allow 57,200 lb. (26,000 kg), excluding options. For more information, visit mounting brackets. No separate horizontal quick and safe access to the www.metso.com. supports are needed. The crusher can be service points.

Finlay, McCusker, Snyder, Reese Join Doppstadt US Team Darren Finlay is a veteran material processing sales professional with more than 10 years of market experience.

Doppstadt US, an organic processing and waste to energy equipment company, has recently hired four new employees, Kris Snyder, Micheal McCusker, Darren Finlay and Lauren Reese. Synder, McCusker and Finlay will play a key role in the successful growth of new business and customer relationship management as the newest sales team members. Reese will serve as marketing manager in the Doppstadt US home office located in Avon, Ohio. Finlay is a veteran material processing sales professional with more than 10 years of market experience. He has been involved in every aspect of the business from managing

Micheal McCusker’s sales responsibilities will be conducted in the states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Montana, Wisconsin and Illinois.

Doppstadt’s newest sales manager, Kris Synder, will cover sales responsibilities in the states of Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia.

sales, rentals, inventory and transportation of mobile equipment. In his new position he will be handling all sales responsibilities in the states of New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. McCusker, a veteran in the material handling business, joins Doppstadt with more than 17 years of experience. Coming from a family of engineers, McCusker has been involved in every aspect of the engineering process from design, production and project management, to training and sales. His sales responsibilities will be conducted in the states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas,

Lauren Reese will take over responsibilities in the home office as marketing manager.

Minnesota, Iowa, Montana, Wisconsin and Illinois. Doppstadt’s newest sales manager, Kris Synder, will cover sales responsibilities in the states of Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia. “Doppstadt US is at the cutting edge of our industries technology and I look forward to bringing its value to our customers,” said Synder. Finally, Reese will take over responsibilities in the home office as marketing manager. Her previous experience is in sales and customer relations. For more information, call 440/937-3225 or visit www.doppstadtus.com.


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Ne New, w, impr improved oved LLT106 T106 ja jaw w plant

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Powerscreen Hosts Dealer Open Day Event in Boston Powerscreen hosted an open day event for its North American distributors, held in Boston, on Oct. 16 and 17. The event featured both a conference and an on-site demonstration of a range of Powerscreen crushers and screens, showcasing their adaptability for a wide variety of applications. “Our Americas Open Day was an outstanding success and feedback from distributors has been fantastic,” said Global Product Line Director Damian Power. "Economic conditions globally may be challenging, but Powerscreen is committed to reinforcing our position as one of the world’s leaders in mobile crushing and screening equipment for our key sectors and to continue to innovate as we have in the past.” Along with Powerscreen senior management, representatives from the engineering, quality and applications departments shared improvements and innovations in machines and processes aimed at fulfilling customer needs more efficiently. Delegates from Scania also attended to have feedback sessions and discussions around their Tier IVi/Stage IIIb engines with the North American distributors. The event also included visits to two neighboring quarry sites to see new and existing equipment working together. The first site in Walpole featured an XH500 impact crusher feeding the new Warrior 1400X screening machine working on a recycled concrete and asphalt application. The crushed material from the XH500 was fed through to the Warrior 1400X which was set at 3 in. (7.5 cm) while the bottom deck

The XH500 is the flagship horizontal shaft impactor.

The site in Walpole featured an XH500 impact crusher feeding the new Warrior 1400X screening machine working on a recycled concrete and asphalt application.

was set at 1 in. (2.5 cm) producing 3 in, 1 to 3 in. and 0-1 in. The second site at Wrentham had a new XA400S PreScreen jaw crusher feeding a 1300 Maxtrak cone crusher, feeding a Chieftain 2100S screen and a separate Warrior 2400 screen, working on blasted granite. The pre-screen on the jaw was set at 2 in. (5 cm) with the Chieftain configured at 1 in. on the top deck, ½ in. (1.3 cm) on the middle deck and 1/4 in. (.6 cm) on the bottom deck. The Warrior had a top deck of 4 in. (10 cm) and a middle deck of 2 in. (5 cm). The Warrior 1400X is designed to provide improved performance, lower operating costs and easier serviceability.

Powerscreen XH500 Impact Crusher The XH500 is the flagship horizontal shaft impactor. It is versatile, efficient and highly productive, offering excellent reduction and an output potential of up to 550 tons per hour (500 tph) in quarrying, recycling and demolition applications. The machine features a live independent pre-screen, full underbelt product conveyor as standard and an optional vibrating underpan. It is ideally suited to contract crushing due to its high productivity and ease of set-up, operation and maintenance.

Powerscreen Warrior 1400X Screen Building upon the already well-established Warrior 1400 screening machine, the 1400X is set to seamlessly take the place of the Warrior 1400 as a market leader for this class of scalper. The Warrior 1400X is designed to provide improved performance, lower operating costs and easier serviceability. In addition, set-up and shutdown time is faster than its predecessor, which will be of particular benefit to contractors, as well as reduced engine running speed and enhanced The Powerscreen X400S jaw crusher has been developed to incorporate a fully independent high amplitude, hydraulics. Improved versatility and design specifications hydraulically driven pre-screen with increased drop angle on the bottom deck improving machine throughput and overall capacity.

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The machines are shown with optional equipment.

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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Attendees View Equipment Working at Local Quarries POWERSCREEN from page 80

are additional innovations of the Warrior 1400X, with the screening angle range increasing by 50 percent from four to six degrees. Standard stockpiling capacity on all conveyors has increased by up to 25 percent, but with the chassis riser option and the telescopic side conveyor option, the fines and mid-grade stockpiling capacity has more than doubled that of a standard Warrior 1400. Powerscreen X400S Jaw Crusher The Powerscreen X400S jaw crusher has been developed to incorporate a fully independent high amplitude, hydraulically driven pre-screen with increased drop angle on the bottom deck improving machine throughput and overall capacity. In order to facilitate improved pre-screened material flow, the discharge opening from the under chute has been increased from .8 to 12.5 in. (20 to 32 cm), allowing faster movement of pre-screened material to bypass the crushing chamber.

The Powerscreen 1300 Maxtrak is a medium to large sized track mobile cone crusher, ideally suited to secondary applications such as taking an all in feed from a primary crusher.

Powerscreen Maxtrak 1300 Cone Crusher The Powerscreen 1300 Maxtrak is a medium to large sized track mobile cone crusher, ideally suited to secondary applications such as taking an all in feed from a primary crusher. Based around the 1300 Automax cone crusher, the plant excels in the production of sub-base or aggregates, providing excellent cubicity, throughput and reduction ratios, according to the manufacturer.

Powerscreen Chieftain 2100S Screen The Powerscreen Chieftain 2100S screen is designed for medium to large scale operators who require large volumes of high specification products. The Chieftain 2100S is the largest model to feature a high capacity hopper, belt feeder and radio controlled tipping grid. Key features include a hydraulically-folding, recirculating conveyor on the 3-deck version, eliminating the need for a crane on site, and a 2bearing screen with adjustable screen amplitude and hydraulic screen angle adjustment. The Chieftain 2100S has a popular option of dual power, which offers users a choice between diesel and electric power. The additional electric/hydraulic drive system connects to an external electric power source to provide power for the screen. This option helps to avoid recent fuel price increases and addresses environmental requirements manThe Powerscreen Chieftain 2100S screen is designed for medium to large scale operators who require large vol- dated by legislation. Dual Power offers complete flexibility umes of high specification products. for the machine to work alone in remote locations in diesel mode or as part of a multi-machine line up in electric mode. Furthermore, the operator can choose diesel or electric as the power source through a fully integrated control panel. Powerscreen Warrior 2400 Screen Specially designed for large scale operators in the quarrying and mining sectors, the Warrior 2400 screen is capable of handling larger feed sizes and output potentials of up to 881 tons per hour (800 tph). Featuring a heavy duty incline screen with a high amplitude triple shaft drive mechanism, a maximum feed size of up to .04 cu. in. (.75 cu m) on 2.5 solid density and the ability to separate materials at 11.8 in. (30 cm), it is ideally suited to screening, scalping, two or three way splitting and stockpiling materials such as aggregates, topsoil, coal, construction, demolition waste and iron ore. User benefits include a slide out tail conveyor facility to aid media access and a load sensing collection conveyor circuit to avoid blockages. The Warrior 2400 is the ultimate solution for large-scale end users who require a high performing versatile screener that remains easy to transport, setSpecially designed for large scale operators in the quarrying and mining sectors, the Warrior 2400 screen is up, operate and maintain, according to the manufacturer. capable of handling larger feed sizes and output potentials of up to 881 ton (800 t). For more information, visit www.powerscreen.com.


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: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

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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.

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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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Leslie Equipment Company Cowen, WV 304-226-3299 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 800-682-9678 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.tyler equipment.com

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

McClung-Logan Equipment Company, Inc. Chesapeake Baltimore, MD 757-485-3314 410-242-6500 Richmond Bridgeville, DE 804-266-0000 800-638-6012 Roanoke, VA Manassas, VA 540-989-3750 703-393-7344 Wise, VA Winchester, VA 276-328-8027 540-722-3700 www.mcclung-logan.com

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EAST PBE, INC. 283 Pane Road Newington, CT 06111 860/665-7470 Fax: 860/665-7478

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Residential Geothermal Vertical Drill Announced by Fecon Fecon’s Geothermal Series GL300 vertical drill is for contractors and HVAC dealers installing ground loop heating and cooling systems. Fecon's GL300 is equipped for up to 300 ft. (91 m) depth to provide high efficiency ground loops with lower grout costs as a result of the reduced hole volume of a 4 in. (10 cm) opening. The compact GL300 also enables contractors to win jobs previously considered inaccessible due to equipment size or weight, according to the manufacturer. The GL300 is just 194 in. L by 73 in. W by 94 in. H (493 by 185 by 239 cm), weighing 9,876 lbs. (4,480 kg), and comes standard with low impact rubber tracks for maneuverability to cross driveways or flat and hilly lawns. The GL300 tackles high costs and inefficiencies that become a major price detractor for home owners or small businesses wanting to have geothermal systems installed. A 46 hp (34 kW) crawler with load sense hydraulics to the drill mast, and a 99 hp (73.8 kW) 300-CFM/200-psi air compressor enables drilling of 4 in. diameter holes with greater speed and

lower fuel consumption than many alternatives. A 200 ft. (61 m) rod rack can carry 10 ft. (3 m) sections of straight rod, auger rod or an air hammer to the hole. Quickly adjust to changing conditions of soft, hard or rocky ground at the hole without having to go back to the truck. And when wet drilling is required, the GL300 is already equipped with a mud valve. The operator can introduce low volume/high pressure mud from their existing mud pump or Fecon's optional MB300 mud boy system. About Fecon Fecon Inc. was established in 1992 near Cincinnati, Ohio, and originally produced horizontal grinders and other wood processing equipment. Fecon now manufactures forestry track carriers, forestry mulching attachments and general forestry attachments for vegetation management and wood to energy biomass industries and a seismic and geothermal drilling line. For more information, call 800/5283113 or visit www.fecon.com.

The GL300 is just 194 in. L by 73 in. W by 94 in. H (493 by 185 by 239 cm), weighing 9,876 lbs. (4,480 kg), and comes standard with low impact rubber tracks for maneuverability to cross driveways or flat and hilly lawns.


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Company’s Long History With Bobcat Goes Back 45 Years ANNIVERSARY from page 50

Bobcat equipment, Sam readily produced a bill of sale dated Nov. 19, 1965, when Edith purchased an M444 Bobcat loader for $3,120. “Since that day, we have never used another brand,” Adam said. “Other manufacturers have tried to sell us machines over the years, but just by looking at their loaders, we knew they wouldn’t hold up as good as Bobcat equipment. Just one example — the Bobcat tailgate is as rugged as they come; the others looked like they would rip off or puncture in a second. It’s just not worth it to have anything other than Bobcat loaders working in these conditions.” And when it comes to work, the machines are kept plenty busy around the recycling facility. Material, including scrap metal, waste paper, plastic, electronics, wire, textiles and batteries, are brought in six days a week, often dumped on the ground, sorted by the loaders, and then carried to the conveyor system that delivers it to the balers. The final products are bales ranging from 1,000 to 3,000 lbs. (454 to 1,360 kg). “We use the S130s to handle the lighter material such as paper,” Adam said. “Those smaller machines are fantastic. At times we use them to go into a truck box and grab containers of waste paper and loose cardboard. One of our loading docks has a very narrow turn so the S130s are valuable in navigating through that area. “The bigger machines — the S300s and the new S750 — have the power to handle scrap metal with ease,” he continues. “They take a beating, but are extremely durable. We also use them with the angle broom and water kit to clean up, both inside and outside.” Better Visibility, Improved Uptime The M-Series S750 has more than met the expectations of the owners and operators. The sealed, pressurized cab not only keeps out dust and noise better than other machines, its forward-design cab offers a wider view of the work area. And the cab has more space for the operator to improve comfort and productivity. To maximize uptime, Bobcat M-Series loaders have hydraulic pressure-release quick couplers integrated into the loader lift arm, and a guard provides further protection. Additionally, the M-Series model has a lower rear frame that extends past the tailgate to protect the loader from damage, which is especially beneficial in harsh operating conditions such as recycling facilities. “It’s a phenomenal machine,” Adam said. “My family has seen firsthand how Bobcat machines have improved for 47 years, and the S750 certainly continues that trend.” This article was reprinted with permission from WorkSaver Magazine, Fall 2012 Issue.

The newest Bobcat loader — an M-Series S750 — easily handles scrap metal with a Bobcat industrial grapple and bucket.


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High Productivity – Low Operating Costs SENNEBOGEN green line material handling machines make your competitors “green with envy” TYLER EQUIPMENT CORP.

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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

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Telsmith Breaks Ground on Parts Distribution Center Leaders from Telsmith Inc., Astec Industries, and the city of Mequon, Wisc., broke ground Nov. 13 for construction of a 33,760 sq. ft. facility to handle worldwide parts distribution of Telsmith products. The new parts distribution center will be located adjacent to Telsmith’s existing manufacturing facilities in Mequon, 20 minutes north of downtown Milwaukee. “The new parts distribution center will allow Telsmith to better support our customers throughout the world with improved stock levels, ensuring that the right parts are available to meet critical customer requirements,” said Matt Haven, managing director of Telsmith. “We have realized growth over the last several years, which is reflective of the dedication of our 321 employees. This parts distribution center will allow for expansion well into the future, while also providing the service and support that our customers have come to expect from Telsmith.” Telsmith currently operates a 14,000 sq. ft. warehouse within its manufacturing facility. Plans are in place for expanding manufacturing operations into the existing warehouse space once the new Telsmith parts distribution center opens in the spring of 2013. In addition to expanding infrastructure in 2012, Telsmith has increased employment levels by 11 percent. For more information, visit www.Telsmith.com.

(L-R) are Keith Farley, Oliver Construction; Rick Patek, group vice president, Astec Industries Inc.; Norm Smith, president and CEO, Astec Industries Inc.; Curt Gielow, mayor of Mequon; Matt Haven, executive vice president and general manager, Telsmith Inc.; and Ben Brock, group vice president, Astec Industries Inc.

Mike Abrashoff Named Keynote Speaker for NDA Convention The keynote speaker of the National Demolition Association’s 40th Anniversary Convention in San Diego in 2013 will be former U.S. Navy Commander Mike Abrashoff, who will address the vital organizational management and leadership lessons he learned as he led the remarkable turnaround of the destroyer USS Benfold and its crew. The event takes place at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront, March 23 to 26. Abrashoff, author of the best selling book “It’s Your Ship: Management Techniques from the Best Damn Ship in the Navy,” has been featured in publications ranging from Fast Company to the Harvard Business Review. “His experience is a metaphor for the problems and opportunities facing many organizations today,” said Michael R. Taylor, executive director of the National Demolition Association. “His talk will help arm our members and guests with the strategies, tactics and tools needed to encourage innovation and improve operations.” On March 23, members can attend the NDA Golf Tournament at the Riverwalk Golf Club. The following day, the exhibit hall opens, with an opening night celebration to be held aboard one of America’s longest-serving aircraft carriers, the USS Midway in

the San Diego Harbor. The educational portion of the NDA Convention — the largest exposition of demolition products and services in the world — begins with Abrashoff’s speech, which is followed by educational sessions on disaster response following the 2011 earthquake in New Zealand. That evening, a themed party called “Shore to Leave in San Diego” takes place in the Hilton San Diego Bayfront. The following day, four educational sessions are scheduled on the topics of “Civil and Criminal Liability and OSHA;” “Maximizing Profits with Your Scrap Vendor;” “The City of San Diego’s Construction and Demolition Debris Ordinance: What it’s all about;” and “PCBs in Caulk.” The NDA Convention is topped off with its 40th Anniversary Banquet, saluting recipients of the NDA Scholarships and the NDA Lifetime Achievement Award. The convention is open to all professionals involved in the demolition process, including those in demolition contracting, general contracting, civil engineering, recycling, scrap, salvage and other industries. For more information, call 800/541-2412 or visit www.demolitionassociation.com.

U.S. Navy Commander Mike Abrashoff will address the vital organizational management and leadership lessons he learned as he led the remarkable turnaround of the destroyer USS Benfold and its crew.


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the jacking system. It is compatible with Liebherr mining backhoes and face shovels from the R 9250 up to the R 9800. To complete this solution, Liebherr has developed the service powerpack. Fixed to the undercarriage and connected to a generator set, this additional module provides hydraulic power to separate the undercarriage from the uppercarriage. It offers full control of the undercarriage including track chain tensioning and release of the travel brakes. The remote control enables proportional steering for easy and precise undercarriage displacement. Another specific service tool is the pin puller, which provides safety and simplicity when extracting and inserting pressed pins into and from the excavator’s attachment, according to the manufacturer. This tool is available in three sizes across the entire range of Liebherr mining excavators. With the track condition monitoring system, Liebherr provides all specialized electronic and mechanical measurement tools to monitor the wear of the track chain and its components. This system is delivered with dedicated software to track wear of components and facilitate forecasting of spare parts. For more information, visit www.Liebherr.com.

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Ferma Corp. Works Overnight on the Golden Gate

In just 57 short hours over the weekend of April 27 to 30, 2012, NDA member Ferma Corporation of Mountain View, Calif., rolled out its fleet, nearly 40 powerful pieces strong, and reduced to dust and rubble the creaky and aging southern approach to the Golden Gate Bridge, known locally as Doyle Drive.

In just 57 short hours over the weekend of April 27 to 30, 2012, NDA member Ferma Corporation of Mountain View, Calif., rolled out its fleet nearly 40 powerful pieces strong and reduced to dust and rubble the creaky and aging southern approach to the Golden Gate Bridge, known locally as Doyle Drive. Beginning after the Friday night rush hour, by the time the Monday morning commute rolled around, Ferma’s wrecking machines had smashed through the concrete and rebar that made up the 76-year old roadway, a segment of U.S. Highway 101. Deploying up to six excavators at a time on each stretch of roadway, the old highway came down perfectly according to plan. The sight of the old skyway coming down drew many spectators, as Ferma deployed its fleet ranging in size from the monster Cat 5110 down to smaller Cat excavators of the 330 variety. The 5110 simply crushed through the roadway, as companion machines moved in to crush the debris and separate the rebar out of the concrete. Ferma loaded huge chunks of roadway into its fleet of articulated dump trucks to get it out of the way, for processing later, so that the road building and paving crews could get the temporary bypass in place. Included among the powerhouse fleet were several Cat 385s, 375s and many 365s and 345s. Using hydraulic sheers and hammers, Ferma removed 285,000 see BRIDGE page 125

Using hydraulic shears and hammers, Ferma reduced the roadway to 65,000 tons of debris.


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Design Refinements Prepare Cat 993K Wheel Loader for Worldwide Service Recent design refine- Cat 993K wheel ments for the 993K wheel loader digging. loader are aimed at better serving mining and quarry customers worldwide by further enhancing the 993K’s ability to deliver reliable, low-cost production with durability and safety. Now available with either a Tier IV Final or Tier II Equivalent Cat C32 engine, the 993K incorporates new engine control and power train features that boost performance and reduce fuel consumption, while the new cycle timer feature adds efficiency to loading operations. The now standard deluxe service center greatly simplifies routine service, and operator convenience and safety features include new controls and an available powered access system. The updated 993K fuel consumption is reduced as much as 10 percent, achieved by lowering rated speed and equipping the machine with auto idle kick- Cat 993K wheel loader hoists full bucket. down (reduces throttle-lock speed after a set idling interval) and engine idle shutdown Service Features, Operator Environment (shuts down the engine after extended periods of idling). A The 993K deluxe service center uses touch-pad switches new battery management system shuts down electrical and indicator lights to allow checking all fluid levels, as well power after the latter system activates. Complementing these as allowing the draining and filling of fluid compartments features is the delayed engine shutdown system, which from ground level. The new system also permits the techniallows the engine to idle after key-off to cool the tur- cian to check operating parameters via the VIMS messenger screen. bocharger for extended life. Filtration for transmission and hydraulic implement oil A new torque converter is matched to work precisely with the reduced engine speed, maintaining rimpull and hydraulic has been enhanced for an even higher level of fluid cleanliperformance, while gaining further fuel savings. In addition, ness, promoting longer component life, and full-flow, in-tank the powertrain torque strategy system ensures optimum con- screens are added to return lines. Rerouting of hydraulic verter output at reduced speeds. The system also reduces hoses contributes to easier component service. In-cab sound levels for the 993K have been reduced from engine speed for directional shifts made at high ground 72 to 70 dB(A), due in part to new cab mounts that also speeds. reduce vibration, and an available sound suppression package reduces spectator sound levels to 112 dB(A). Also in the Next-Generation VIMS cab, new controls for the HVAC system allow more precise The 993K vital information system (VIMS 3G) — which temperature control, and back-lighted switches are more easallows real-time assessment of machine performance and ily identified. includes an advanced payload control system that enables For enhanced safety, an available powered access system on-the-go weighing and payload recordkeeping — now provides a self-storing set of stairs that can be lowered and includes a cycle timer feature that tracks and stores all raised from ground level or from a location just outside the aspects of the truck loading cycle in an eight-segment for- cab. This system, which interlocks with the neutral safety mat. Cycle timer promotes efficient operation by providing switch and parking brake, allows three-point contact when detailed information (such as average cycle time, wait time, accessing the machine. Also available is the Cat detect sysfuel consumed, and tons produced per unit of fuel) that can tem, combining short- and long-range radar coverage with camera coverage to detect obstacles behind the machine. be used in management reports.

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clock four days per week all summer,” he said. Committee and have had Major subcontractors constant contact with the working on the job include local government ever since. Collins Concrete (concrete There are some in the vilcurbing and sidewalks); lage that opposed the projGeneva Curb & Concrete ect, saying that it would hinCompany Inc. (granite curbder the chances of a bypass ing); Stilsing Electric Inc. ever being built or would (street lighting and traffic derail efforts for the Rooftop signals); and Straight Line Highway, but the project is Industries Inc. (striping). sorely needed. There were, Syrstone Inc. (precast stone and have been, active failpavers); EMI Guiderail, project involves the full reconstruction of the ures of the storm drainage The downtown business district, (shown here, looking LLC (signs and guiderail). system that resulted in sink- north) with consideration given to ornamental fea- North Country Garden holes,” Flick said. Center (landscaping and tures, such as lampposts, plantings, benches, etc. Luck Brothers Inc., of seeding); Killian Inc. (pavePlattsburgh, N.Y., is serving ment milling); and Black as general contractor for the River Tree Removal (clear1-mi. (1.6 km) job, which ing and tree removal) also runs from the intersection of are contributing to the projRoute 68 to the intersection ect, while Engineers with Stiles Avenue. Construction Inc. (ECI), Work on the job started at handled three bores under the beginning of July 2012. the railroad. With a scheduled compleLuck Brothers Inc., was tion date of Nov. 30, 2013, founded in 1969. funding for the approximateSpecializing in heavy highly $9.6 million project is proway and bridge construction U.S. Route 11 project (looking south) through the vided by a mix of federal, The and working in New York village of Canton, N.Y. state and village of Canton State, New Hampshire, and sources. Vermont, the company oper“This project involves major 323 roller, Volvo EW180 rubber-tired ates under unusual conditions in that it replacement of underground utilities, excavator, and a Volvo ECR88 excava- is only able to perform work nine including water, sewer, storm drainage, tor are installing waterlines, storm months a year due to severe winter electric, gas, phone, and cable TV. drainage, and service laterals, and a weather at its location. Luck Brothers’ There are constant issues with Barber Greene 260D paver, Ingersoll other services include sewer and water unknown location of existing utilities. Rand DD110 roller, and Caterpillar 534 projects, resurfacing, airport construcMany test pits are used to try to locate roller are placing pavement when need- tion, commercial and institutional existing utilities. Sometimes redesign is ed. Major reconstruction activity is slat- buildings, sheeting, piling, and all types necessary, as has been the case on ed to begin soon. of concrete work. The company is cur“One unusual aspect of this job is rently carrying out a $5.2 million highnumerous occasions,” said Ted Luck, that it involves literally every under- way improvement on U.S. Route 11 in president of Luck Brothers Inc. Project Manager Travis Luck, ground utility you might encounter, as Ellenburg and an $8.8 million twin Project Superintendent Tim Everleth, well as three borings under an active bridge replacement on I-87 over the and approximately 20 Luck Brothers CSX Rail track. It also includes a vol- Delaware & Hudson Railroad in employees are working on site. untary off-site detour around the Plattsburgh, N.Y., both NYSDOT projFeatures of the job include installation Canton business district, controlled by ects. Past jobs include artificial turf athof new LED traffic signals timed for temporary traffic signals. 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State and Local Of the 11 gubernatorial races on the ballot this year, two switched party control — each party gained and lost one — resulting in a wash. As a result, Republicans continue to hold 29 governorships to the Democrats’ 20. Gov. Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island is an independent and former Republican. Voters also participated in ballot initiatives in 15 states regarding transportation and showed once again the importance of transportation by approving 68 percent of the measures to increase or extend funding for highways, bridges and transit. This is in line with years past — in 2010 voters approved 61 percent of similar measures; they approved 78 percent in 2008; 77 percent in 2006; and 76 percent in 2004. The total value approved this year was over $2.4 billion. ARTBA tracked 31 measures overall — five were statewide initiatives and 26 were local. All of the seven bond initiatives were approved by voters. Eighteen measures called for increasing, extending or renewing a sales tax for transportation purposes, two were property tax extensions and one was for a local gas tax. Going Forward Given the relatively status quo results of the 2012 election, Congress now has an opportunity to build upon the passage of MAP-21. The freshman class of the 2010 elections now has a transportation bill under its belt and is significantly more familiar with the issues affecting ARTBA members. They should stand ready to begin work on the next reauthorization well ahead of MAP21’s Sept. 30, 2014, expiration as well as developing solutions to the long-term fiscal health of the country, which should include transportation revenue and investment decisions. The divided party control of the House, Senate and White House continues to demand bipartisan support for enactment of legislation. The passage of MAP-21 was one of the few bipartisan achievements for Congress in 2012. ARTBA will adhere to its long-standing practice of working with members of both parties to advance pro- transportation policies. Relevant House and Senate Committees While there will be many new faces in the 113th Congress, the balance of power in both chambers will remain the same. In the House, John Boehner (R-Ohio) is expected to retain the Speaker’s gavel. Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) and Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) will likely remain in their leadership positions. On the Democratic side, all eyes are on former House Speaker and current Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), as some speculate she is contemplating stepping down from her leadership post. If Pelosi decides to stay,

no major changes are expected in the House Democratic leadership ranks. If Pelosi does step aside, it could trigger a domino effect allowing current Democratic leaders to move up a position. Under such a scenario, Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) would become minority leader and House Democratic Caucus Assistant Leader James Clyburn (D-S.C.) would ascend to minority whip. In the Senate, no leadership changes are expected on the Democratic side of the aisle, with Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), Assistant Majority Leader Dick Durbin (DIll.) and Policy Committee Chair Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) all remaining in current roles. On the Republican side, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is expected to remain the top Republican in the Senate. However, GOP leadership positions below McConnell are up in the air, with Republican Whip John Kyl (R-Ariz.) retiring and Republican Conference Chair Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) having stepped down from his post earlier this year. ARTBA will provide an update on House and Senate leadership decisions as they are made by each party in the coming months.

member vs. member battle against T&I committee member Leonard Boswell (DIowa). He is expected to maintain that position, unless he opts to chair another subcommittee. Top Democrat on the committee, Representative Norm Dicks (D-Wash.), is retiring at the end of 2012, leaving a vacancy on the Democratic side of the aisle. Representative Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio) is next in line by seniority, though she is expected to be challenged for the top Democratic spot on the full committee. On the THUD Subcommittee, current Democrat ranking member John Olver (D-Mass.) is retiring, leaving the top spot for his party open. Congressman Ed Pastor (D-Ariz.) is the next ranking Democrat on the subcommittee and the highest returning Democrat on the full committee that doesn’t already have a subcommittee chairmanship.

Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) Committee Current T&I Committee Chairman John Mica (R-Fla.) has won re-election to his seat. However, due to House Republican Conference rules, is term-limited as the top Republican on the committee. Mica can apply to the Republican Conference for a waiver of the rules to stay on as chairman, a mostly unsuccessful tactic attempted by other chairmen in the past. As such, there will potentially be a new chairman of the T&I Committee. While there are a handful of members more senior on the committee, much of the early discussion has focused around Representative Bill Shuster (R-Pa.). Shuster, who currently chairs the Railroad and Pipeline Subcommittee, announced Nov. 7 he will officially seek the top spot on the committee. Congressman Shuster’s father, Bud Shuster (R-Pa.), served as chairman of the T&I Committee from 1995 through 2000. On the Democrat side, Representative Nick Rahall (D-W.Va.) won a hotly contested bid for re-election and is expected to remain the top Democrat on the T&I Committee. Including retirements and those who ran for other office, 12 of the 58 current members of the committee will not be a part of the next House of Representatives.

House Budget Committee Republican Vice Presidential Candidate and House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) will likely continue to hold his position on the panel. While Ryan is subject to the same term limit rule on Budget Committee as Mica on T&I, Ryan’s stature among Republicans following the 2012 elections and on fiscal issues could enable him to retain this post if he desires. Current Ranking Member Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) will likely continue as the top Democrat on the committee.

House Appropriations Committee The House Appropriations Committee is not expected to see much change on the Republican side. Current Chairman Hal Rogers (R-Ky.) is expected to maintain the gavel at the top of the committee. On the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (THUD) Subcommittee, Chairman Tom Latham (R- Iowa) won a

House Ways and Means Committee No changes are expected at the top of the Ways and Means Committee, leaving current Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) and Ranking Member Sandy Levin (D-Mich.) as the leaders of the tax-writing committee.

Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee Chairman Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) is expected to retain the gavel on the Environment and Public Works Committee for the Democrats. On the Republican side, Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.) is term-limited as the top Republican on the committee. Senator David Vitter (R-La.) is the next most senior Republican on the panel. Vitter is currently ranking member of the Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee and played a key role during the passage of the MAP-21 reauthorization bill. Senate Appropriations Committee Sen. Dan Inouye (D-Hawaii) is expected to continue to chair the Senate Appropriations Committee. Ranking Republican Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) is term limited at the top of the committee for the Republicans and will likely have to give up his position. It is unclear who might be next in line, as technically the next most senior Republican member of the committee is Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who would likely not be granted

both his party’s top leadership spot and a committee chairmanship at the same time. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.), who will be term-limited as Banking Committee Ranking Member is the next most senior Republican. On the THUD Subcommittee, it would appear Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) will retain the gavel for the Democrats, unless she chooses to chair another subcommittee. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) also is likely to retain her Republican leadership role on the subcommittee. Senate Finance Committee Little change is expected on the Senate Finance Committee, which oversees all tax issues for the chamber. Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) will maintain his position as the lead Democrat on the committee and Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) will likely remain the most senior Republican on the committee. Senate Banking Committee The Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee, which oversees federal transit programs, will likely continue to be led on the Democratic side by Sen. Tim Johnson (D-S.D.). Given Sen. Shelby’s term limit as top Republican on the committee, the door is open for Senator Mike Crapo (RIdaho) to take the helm for his party. Senate Commerce Committee Sen. John Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) is widely expected to continue as chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, which oversees all aviation, freight rail and transportation safety issues. On the Republican side, Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) is expected to take the lead role for his party as a result of current Ranking Member Kay Bailey Hutchinson’s (R-Texas) retirement. Senate Budget Committee Current Senate Budget Committee Chairman Sen. Kent Conrad (D-S.D.) is retiring at the end of this term, thereby opening the door for Senator Murray to take the gavel for the Democrats. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) is expected to continue to lead the committee for the Republicans. Elections End, Hard Work Begins Federal investment constitutes almost half of all U.S. highway and bridge capital improvements. As such, the individuals elected November 6 will be making decisions that directly impact the transportation construction industry and its marketplace for years to come. The reauthorization of MAP21 is less than two years away. At the end of 2014, the Highway Trust Fund will again be facing an insolvency crisis and members of Congress will be forced to find ways to supplement current trust fund revenues to prevent devastating cuts in highway and transit investment.


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Today, Allmand is the only manufacturer to offer the SHO-HD 1250 watt engineered metal halide lighting system with a 150,000 lumens per fixture, providing a brighter, more true-to-life light. The SHO-HD system is standard on all domestic NightLite PRO II and Maxi-Lite models. Allmand also developed and introduced the V-Series light tower in North America. The innovative six-section V-Series tower remains in the vertical position as it extends and retracts, and does not lay down across the top of the trailer nor extend past the rear of the trailer, making it safer and easier to move, and taking up less space in storage, according to the manufacturer. The operator can raise or lower the tower in only 20 seconds with the flip of a switch, while remaining safely away from the moving parts of the mast. Allmand innovation is not just limited to lighting technology. The Allmand Maxi-Heat self-contained portable heater has been making work sites warmer since 1992 by providing over a million BTU/h of clean, breathable, heated air. Twin 16 in. outlets allow the use of up to 110 ft. each of flexible ducting, while its increased fuel capacity now allows over 30 continuous hours of unattended operation. A combustible gas detection, safety shutdown and visible warning system also is available that allows the Maxi-Heat to meet the critical demands of the oil and gas industry. Rounding out the current Allmand line-up is its Eclipse solar assisted arrowboard trailer. High efficiency LED lamps consume less power to allow the Eclipse to operate for as much as a year without needing to be recharged while still meeting all Federal traffic control visibility standards. For more information, call call 800/562-1373 or visit www.allmand.com.


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HCT’s Aftermarket Hydraulic Kits Meet Job Site Challenges For many years, hydraulic excavators were mostly dirt-digging machines. Over time, however, a huge number of attachments have been developed that have exponentially expanded the capabilities of the excavator. These attachments, which include items such as breakers, shears, thumbs, brush-cutters, augers and compactors, all require the installation of one or more additional (or auxiliary), hydraulic circuits that must be integrated into the existing hydraulic system. In the early days, the owner of such an attachment would have to use his own ingenuity to obtain this auxiliary capability. It was not unusual to see draped hoses tied up with wire, or even Schedule 80

threaded pipe, to supply the attachment. Leaking fluid and frequent downtime were commonplace, and perhaps even expected. Safety was sometimes sacrificed for expediency. Today, such methods are not acceptable. Safety and environmental concerns are paramount. Leaks and failures that were once viewed as unavoidable annoyances are now viewed as serious events with consequences. HydrauliCircuit Technology (HCT) has become a leading provider of aftermarket hydraulic kits, engineered to withstand the job site challenges that come with attachment operations. Whatever the nature of the job, whether construction, quarry or demolition-related, the auxiliary circuits are subjected to stresses more extreme than any other on an excavator. The high flows, high pressures, fast cycle times, pulsation and external shock are factors that

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must be considered in the circuit design phase. The experienced design engineers at HydrauliCircuit Technology have continuously upgraded hydraulic components in their kits for many years, as new and better technology became available. One highly visible example of this philosophy is the use of an extremely heavy-duty tubing and clamp system that reduces potential leak points, and provides the most durable circuit available, exceeding, in most cases, the strength of existing machine components, according to the manufacturer. HCT tube-hose connections include industry-standard SAE-approved O-ring Face

Seal (ORFS), and Code 62 4-bolt flange connections. Tubing is custom-fabricated and bent for each excavator model. Tube ends are Pulse-MIG welded for superior strength. A wide array of customdesigned forged steel tube clamps ensure that the tubes will not move under severe stress. Components are protected with UV-resistant powder-coating to withstand harsh environments. Navin Baliga, president of HCT, pointed out that some kit manufacturers use thin-walled flared/ferrule connections. “This might be suitable for industrial applications, but not for use on an excavator,” Baliga see KITS page 118


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stated. “With the demanding applications placed on excavators, especially in the demolition industry with the use of second and third-member shears, keeping the integrity of all the hydraulic connections is key for any machine owner. Designing a long tube with multiple sections might enable other manufacturers to pull generic pieces from stock, and to ship quickly. Unfortunately, this practice greatly increases the number of leak points and the resulting connections are disliked by some service technicians. HydrauliCircuit Technology eliminates potential leak points by connecting the tube ends directly to the hose assembly and do not require a male-to-male union connector to achieve this.” Bobby Hudson, national sales manager of HCT, added, “HCT components may take a day longer to build, and may cost more to ship overnight, but in the long run, customers benefit from the value in a product that is designed and built to operate safely and to last for years.” Customers, such as Phil Spiers, service manager at JESCO, a multi-state Deere dealer in the northeast, agree that HCT’s components are the way to go. “We rely only on HydrauliCircuit Technology for our hydraulic kits,” Spiers said. “They are custom built for our application and easy to install. Their tech support department is knowledgeable and always ready to support our service department.”

William Neely, Cowin Equipment Company Inc., also is an HCT client. “We rely on HydrauliCircuit Technology as one of our supply sources for hydraulic kits on excavators and tractor loader backhoes. The quality of the components, and the heavy-duty design of their hydraulic kits provides us with just one of the competitive edges that's needed in today's economic climate,” said Neely. Texas-based RB Everett Company is another company that has relied on HydrauliCircuit Technology for years. Dean Henderson, company vice president, said “We like doing business with them. We like the fact that they understand our commitment to quality and customer service. The heavy-duty components used in their kits sets them apart from their competition. We service a demanding industry and customizing and adapting to the needs of our customers is a key to our success. HCT understands our industry and has worked with us on meeting this challenge head-on.” HydrauliCircuit Technology has been producing auxiliary hydraulic kits for more than 15 years, with manufacturing and installation facilities near Atlanta. HCT’s kits are preferred by end-users, dealers and OEMs across North America. All kits include comprehensive, easy-to-follow instruction manuals that contain detailed information with drawings, photos, proper tightening and routing techniques and safety information. For more information, call 888/603-0080, or visit www.hctkits.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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For over four decades, JESCO has been supplying contractors with one of the largest rental fleets of quality construction equipment such as John Deere, Hitachi and Ditch Witch. We have 12 strategic offices through the Northeast. The full-time Rental Department Coordinator will be responsible for the professional and efficient servicing of all walk-in and telephone customers in our Rental division servicing construction and industrial businesses. Must demonstrate a courteous, helpful and “cando” attitude in this position. Associates Degree or equivalent preferred. Valid driver’s license required. Excellent benefits package offered.

For over four decades, JESCO has been supplying contractors with one of the largest rental fleets of quality construction equipment such as John Deere, Hitachi and Ditch Witch. We have 12 strategic offices through the Northeast. We seek a F/T Parts Advisor to be responsible for courteous and efficient parts assistance to customers, as well as other duties specified by the Parts Manager.

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• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 6, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY MARTIN & MARTIN Tues., December 11, AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 2012 800-763-2728 For: Construction Equipment • Brooklyn, MS Sat., December 8, 2012 • ONLINE ONLY For: Public Equipment Thurs., December 13, and Truck Auction 2012 For: Construction Equipment MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY • ONLINE ONLY www.meekinsauction.com Thurs., December 20, 800-499-6560 2012 • Wilson, NC For: Construction Thurs., January 31, Equipment 2013 • ONLINE ONLY For: Construction Fri., December 28, Equipment 2012 For: Construction MYRON BOWLING Equipment AUCTIONEERS, INC.

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800-443-9580 • Frederick, MD Fri., December 7, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Kissimmee, FL February 11-18, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers


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Witzco Donates to Hurricane Sandy N.J. Relief Fund On Dec. 15, Witzco Trailers Inc., will auction off a 2013 Step-Deck 50 ton (45 t) capacity trailer through Alex Lyon & Son Auctions in Mays Landing, N.J. One hundred percent of the proceeds from this auction will be donated to the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund. Alex Lyon & Son will waive its customary fees for this sale and LAP Transport will waive its transport fee from Sarasota, Fla., to Mays Landing, N.J. “We feel compelled to help,” said Witzer. “As soon as we heard about this fund to help those in New Jersey who have been afflicted by Hurricane Sandy, we decided this would be the right thing to do.” Witzco Trailers Inc. is a family-owned and operated business since 1938 producing a variety of heavy-duty transportation trailers. The company, which originated in Philadelphia, Pa., moved its operations to Sarasota, Fla., in 1979. Several family members have spent many years vacationing at the Jersey Shore, in Atlantic City and Brigantine. CEO of Witzco Trailers, Steve Witzer, also is a resident of Ventnor, N.J. For more information, visit www.witzcotrailers.com.

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relief for our citizens who were struck hard by Sandy,” Christie said. “But be assured, I will spare no effort and waste no time to rebuild and restore our tourism industry, our transportation and utilities infrastructure and the lives of our citizens for the long term.” The Jersey Shore, the lifeblood of New Jersey’s $38 billion tourism industry, was hardest-hit during the storm. Christie said officials will continue to assess the storm’s impact on coming tourism seasons, as well as changes in real estate values. Numerous New Jersey transit trains were destroyed in the storm, and two wastewater treatment plants were heavily damaged. In Hoboken, which flooded, the PATH train remains out of service. FEMA has approved $245 million in individual and household assistance to New Jersey residents living in federally declared disaster areas, according to its Web site. Christie said the state also will take into account population shifts that occurred because of the storm. Christie said he remains committed to working with congress, the federal government and President Obama to “get the funding support New Jersey expects and deserves in the aftermath of this catastrophe.”

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Wednesday, December 12: HOUSTON, TEXAS: Large Job Completion Auction. Hilites: (5) JD 350D, (3) JD 330CL, (5) Cat 320CL, Cat 330CL, Cat C563C, IR SD100D, Cat D6NLGP, Cat D5G, Cat D5C, Cat 426B, Cat 12G, JD 644G, JD 85, Cat 303.5, Kobelco SK200LC, Peterbilt & Kenworth Truck Tractors, Trailking 55 Ton Detachables & Much More.

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Thursday, December 13: KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA: Large Auction of Rental Returns: Construction Equipment, Support, Attachments, Aerials & Forklifts. Hiltes: (2) Cat 330DL, (2) Cat 320DL, (2) Komatsu PC300LC-7, Cat D8N, Cat D5K.

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Friday, December 14: QUERETARO, MEXICO: Late Model Construction Equipment, Asphalt & Vibratory Rollers, Large Quantity of Forklifts.

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Saturday, December 15: ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY: Late Model Cat, John Deere, Komatsu Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks, Trailers, Attachments & Support Equipment., Plus Over 1500 Lots of Like New Support Equipment from the Largest Distributor in the World. Hiltes: Cat 966G, (25) Boom Lifts, (20 Scissor Lifts, (4) 2004 Mack (tri.)

8. Saturday, December 15: SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers. 9.

Friday, December 21: HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA: Hertz Equipment Rentals Onsite. Late Model Construction Equipment, Forklifts, Aerials, Mack Dump Trucks, Support & Attachments.

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Friday, December 28: GREENWICH (ALBANY), NEW YORK: Late Model Primarily New Holland, Cat, John Deere Construction & Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers.

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Saturday, January 12: MANASSAS, VIRGINIA: Construction, Aerials, Forklifts, Support Equipment, Attachments & Trucks & Trailers.

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Thursday, January 17: PORTLAND, OREGON: Late Model Construction Equipment, Forklifts, Aerials, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers.

13-21. Saturday, February 2 - Sunday, February 10: KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA: Annual 9 Day Auction! In this event is the GREATEST Construction, Support, Aerials, Forklifts, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers to be sold in the Universe! 22.

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Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Announces Deere Views 2013 Record Revenues in Third Quarter Outlook Cautiously, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated announced net earnings for the nine months ended Sept. 30, 2012, of $57.4 million, or $0.54 per diluted share, and adjusted net earnings of $60.2 million, or $0.56 per diluted share. This compares to net earnings of $49.9 million, or $0.47 per diluted share, and adjusted net earnings of $46.9 million, or $0.44 per diluted share, for the nine months ended Sept. 30, 2011, representing a 28 percent increase in adjusted net earnings. Adjusted net earnings is a non-GAAP financial measure and is defined below. The company’s auction revenues for the first nine months of 2012 grew 13 percent to $320.8 million compared to $282.7 million for the same period in 2011. For the quarter ended Sept. 30, 2012, net earnings were $8.2 million or $0.08 per diluted share and adjusted net earnings were $9.7 million or $0.09 per diluted share compared to net earnings and adjusted net earnings of $6.5 million or $0.06 per diluted share for the same period in 2011, representing a 25 percent increase in net earnings and 48 percent increase in adjusted net earnings. The company’s auction revenues for the third quarter of 2012 grew 16 percent to a record $92.3 million compared to $79.7 million for the same period in 2011, the largest third quarter in company history. Quarterly Dividend The company also announced the declaration of a quarterly cash dividend of $0.1225 per common share payable on Dec. 7, 2012, to shareholders of record as of Nov. 16, 2012. Gross Auction Proceeds and Auction Revenues For the nine months ended Sept. 30, 2012, gross auction proceeds were $2.9 billion, 9 percent higher than in the first nine months of 2011. Gross auction proceeds is a non-GAAP financial measure and is defined below. The company’s auction revenue rate (auction revenues as a percentage of gross auction proceeds) was 11.03 percent during the first nine months of 2012 compared to 10.57 percent in the same period in 2011. The company’s at risk business, which is comprised of guarantee and purchase contracts, represented 33 percent of gross auction proceeds in the first nine months of 2012 (2011: 35 percent). For the three months ended Sept. 30, 2012, gross auction proceeds were $848.5 million, 26 percent higher than in the same period in 2011. The company’s auction revenue rate was 10.88 percent during the three months ended Sept. 30, 2012, compared to 11.84 percent in the same period in 2011. Summary Comments “During the quarter we continued to see new equipment supply and demand becoming more balanced, contributing to rising new and used equipment inventory levels and a more predictable flow of used equipment to our auctions,” said Peter Blake, Ritchie Bros. CEO. “We are confident about our growth prospects for the remainder of 2012 and into 2013 as we believe the evolving market conditions are very favourable for our business. “Our at risk business volume remained above historic levels during the third quarter, though we are starting to see a more predictable competitive environment and we expect that it will trend down. The performance of our at risk busi-

ness did not improve in the third quarter compared to the second, mainly because of the variability and downward trend in used equipment values in September that kept the rate below our historic range. In particular, a number of deals that were signed in Q2 and sold in Q3 eroded our Q3 performance, primarily in Australia where market conditions changed quickly. With increased availability of used equipment and improved competitive dynamics, we are looking forward to a strong finish to the year.” Online Bidding Statistics Ritchie Bros. sold more than $952 million of equipment, trucks and other assets to online buyers during the first nine months of 2012, representing a 24 percent increase compared to the same period in 2011 (first nine months of 2011: approximately $770 million) and more than any other company in the world. Internet bidders continued to comprise more than 50 percent of the total bidder registrations at Ritchie Bros. industrial auctions during the first nine months of 2012. On Oct. 22, 2012, the company surpassed $1 billion in gross auction proceeds to online buyers during 2012. Web Site Statistics The Ritchie Bros. Web site attracted roughly 4.1 million unique visitors in the first nine months of 2012, a 37 percent increase compared to the same period in 2011. Definitions of Non-GAAP Measures The Company defines adjusted net earnings as financial statement net earnings excluding the after-tax effects of excess property sales and other non-recurring items, and has provided a reconciliation below. Adjusted net earnings is a non-GAAP financial measure that does not have a standardized meaning, and is therefore unlikely to be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. The company believes that comparing adjusted net earnings for different financial periods provides more useful information about the growth or decline of its net earnings for the relevant financial period and identifies the impact of items which the company does not consider to be part of its normal operating results. Gross auction proceeds represent the total proceeds from all items sold at Ritchie Bros. auctions. The company’s definition of gross auction proceeds may differ from those used by other participants in its industry. Gross auction proceeds is an important measure the company uses in comparing and assessing its operating performance. It is not a measure of the company’s financial performance, liquidity or revenue and is not presented in its consolidated financial statements. The company believes that auction revenues, which is the most directly comparable measure in its consolidated income statements, and certain other line items, are best understood by considering their relationship to gross auction proceeds. Auction revenues represent the revenues earned by Ritchie Bros. in the course of conducting its auctions, and consist primarily of commissions earned on consigned equipment and net profit on the sale of equipment purchased by the company and sold in the same manner as consigned equipment. For more information, visit www.rbauction.com.

Shares Fall in Nov. By Joshua Freed AP BUSINESS WRITER

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Tractor maker Deere & Co. is taking a cautious view of 2013, as drought and economic uncertainty hold back spending in some of the world’s biggest farm economies. Also, its most recent quarterly profit missed analysts’ expectations. Deere shares fell $3.16, or 3.7 percent, to close at $82.83 Nov. 26. Deere is the world’s largest maker of agricultural equipment, like the bright green tractors and combines that prowl farm fields during planting and harvest seasons. Its fortunes rise and fall with those of farmers. In recent years, that’s been a booming business as strong crop prices have put money in farmers’ pockets. But there were signs of a slowdown in farm spending in Deere’s outlook for the fiscal year that began this month. And with the so-called “fiscal cliff” of potential tax increases and spending cuts looming in the United States, Deere is cautious about big spending projects. Deere expects agriculture sales in the United States and Canada to be flat for the year, as farmers continue to recover from a major drought in 2012 It also predicted that European sales would be flat to down 5 percent, and little changed in Asia. It expects 10 percent growth in South America. Overall Deere predicted that worldwide equipment sales will rise 5 percent for the year. Labor expenses are rising, too. Deere hired 5,000 more people this year to support its growth. And it will have spent $480 million shoring up its pension plans in fiscal 2012 — $5 million more than it had expected — and will spend some $550 million in the current fiscal year. Still, it predicted a fiscal 2013 profit of $3.2 billion, slightly above the expectations of analysts polled by FactSet. It said prices for its equipment will rise 3 percent for the year, on top of a 4 percent gain in the fourth quarter. In the quarter that ended Oct. 31, Deere’s net income rose 2.7 percent to $687.6 million, or $1.75 per share. Revenue rose 14 percent to $9.79 billion. Analysts surveyed by FactSet expected earnings of $1.88 per share. A year ago Deere’s net income was $669.6 million, or $1.62 per share. Equipment sales rose to $9.05 billion, topping analysts’ forecasts of $8.93 billion. Sales were strong in the United States and Canada, rising 26 percent for the quarter. Elsewhere, sales fell 2 percent. Sales of agriculture and turf equipment rose 16 percent, while construction and forestry equipment sales rose 7 percent. In addition to farm equipment, Deere makes construction and forestry equipment such as backhoes, excavators, riding mowers and leaf blowers, making the company sensitive to movements in the global economy. Deere is holding off on big spending projects as much as possible until January because of economic uncertainty, said Chief Financial Officer Rajesh Kalathur on a conference call. “As the economics now become clearer, we may modify our plans. We will pull levers and cut down on investments if the scenario worsens, and we may accelerate our plans” if economies turn more positive, he said. For the full fiscal year, Deere earned $3.07 billion, or $7.63 per share, up from $2.8 billion, or $6.63 per share, during the prior year. Revenue rose 13 percent to $36.16 billion for the year.


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tive organization (the “Association”), that the November 2012 annual meeting of voting members will be held at the Marriott Minneapolis Southwest, 5801 Opus Parkway, Minnetonka, Minnesota 55343, at 12:00 noon, on Thursday, November 29, 2012.

Annual Meeting and Holiday Reception: Save November 29 for AGC of Minnesota’s Annual Meeting. Although we held our 2012 Annual Meeting in January, our revised Annual meeting format will be previewed on November 29. Interactive, dynamic sessions will be followed by our popular industry holiday reception for our members, women and minority contractors, MnDOT representatives, and AIA members. Why the change in format? Times and people change, your personal and business schedules are more demanding, and your time is more valuable. For, registration, sponsorship, silent auction, exhibitor, and holiday reception information you may contact Julie Moore, Executive Assistant, AGC of MN, at 651/796-2189. The Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association (ONLA) CENTS NOTE: The AGC of MN will be collecting for Toys for Tots at the holiday reception. Show 2013 is January 14 thru 16, 2013 at the Columbus New toys, games and books, as well as cash and checks, will be greatly appreGreater Convention Center. The Ohio Nursery & Landscape ciated. Association is a non-profit trade association, incorporated in the state of Ohio, representing the interests of the state’s nurs- AGC of America Annual Convention: Registration is now open for the 2013 AGC ery, garden center, and landscape industry. Membership is Annual Convention and Constructor Expo, being held March 6 – 9 in Palm comprised of nursery stock growers, landscape contractors, & Springs. The early bird discount, a $200 savings, is available until January 16. maintenance firms, garden centers, arborists and allied suppli- Room availability at the convention headquarter hotel (JW Marriott Desert ers. Springs) is limited, so reservations should be made as early as possible. ONLA Headquarters: 72 Dorchester Square, Westerville, OH Complete conference details are available at http://convention.agc.org or you Main Phone: 614/899-1195. Main Fax: 614/899-9489 may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: AED Condex 2013: January 16 – 17, 2013, The LVH (Las www.agcmn.org. Vegas Hotel & Casino), Las Vegas, Nevada. Show Location: Build America Awards Application: The 2013 AGC/Alliant Build America comParadise Event Center petition is open to general contractors and specialty contractors who are current Reach the decision-makers of North America’s leading con- members of an AGC chapter working as prime contractors for projects completstruction equipment, dealerships at CONDEX 2013 in Las ed between November 1, 2011 and November 1, 2012. Member companies Vegas, Nevada. And, now the dealer’s show is a limited space can visit http://awards.agc.org/ to begin a project entry. The final deadline for all event, so don’t delay! CONDEX 2013 is a powerful venue for submissions is Friday, November 2, at 5:00 Pm EST. Winners will be building and strengthening your business relationships with announced at AGC’s 94th Annual Convention in Palm Springs, March 6th thru 9th. both current and prospective dealer clients. Each year the industry’s top executives gather at AED Summit & CONDEX 2013 MAASTO CONFERENCE: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will Trade Show. The only show in the industry dedicated strictly to host the Mid-America Association of State Transportation Officials (MAASTO) equipment distribution. Questions? Contact Sandy Brassel at 2013 Conference – “Sharing Strategies for Success.” The conference will be held 630/468-5126. JULY 16-19 at the HILTON HOTEL in downtown Milwaukee. One of the major events at MAASTO 2013 will be a trade show, where industry representatives will 5th Annual Michigan Utility Coordination Conference have the opportunity to showcase materials, technology, and professional serv(MUCC) is January 16, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at ices. The trade show will be held July 17 and 18 at the conference hotel. More the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, Mount Pleasant, information on the trade show registration, layout, schedule, and fees will be Michigan. Attend the 5th Annual Michigan Utility Coordination available in early 2013 at the conference website, which will be linked via the Conference (MUCC) and learn how you can impact the over- MAASTO meetings webpage – http://www.maasto.net/meetings.html. If you are all utility coordination process. Questions? Feel free to contact looking to speak to someone with regard to the above conference you may conDoug Needham at 517/347-8336. tact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: National Pavement Expo 2013 – January 23 to 26, 2013 at www.agcmn.org. the Nashville Convention Center, Nashville, Tennessee featuring “How to Building Profit into Pavement.” Conference *** For more information on the above AGC of Minnesota events, you may Schedule is Wednesday, January 23rd from 9 AM to 4:30 PM; contact Denise Woods,CMP; Director, Communications & Events, Associates Thursday, January 24th from 8 AM to 4 PM; Friday, January General Contractors of Minnesota, 525 Park Street, #110, St. Paul, MN 25th from 8 AM to 4 PM; and Saturday January 26th from 8 AM 55103 DIRECT: 651/796-2186; CELL: 612/201-5501; FAX: 651/632to 11:30 AM. 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Tom Woodcock, nationally renowned construction sales trainer and founder of “The Road Institute is dedicated to providing quality instruction to industry proSeal the Deal, will share his proven construction-specific techniques on how to fessionals, even if they don’t own or operate Volvo equipment.” weave marketing efforts and sales strategies together to get effective sales results. 2012 – 2013 Road Institute Course SCHEDULE includes topics such as: Woodcock’s presentation will be held 1 to 4 PM, Wednesday, December 5 at . Automatic Grade and Slope Systems the Quality Inn in Maryland Heights, 2434 Old Dorsett Road. . Large Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Step 1) Topics will include: . Large Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Step 2) . What is a proper marketing program for a contractor or supplier? . MT2000 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 1) . What are the roles of marketing and sales? . MT2000 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 2) . Tying a sales strategy to a marketing strategy. . MW500 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 1) . Walking out a sales strategy. . Paver and Compactor Operation and Maintenance . Evaluating the success of combined sales and marketing strategy. . Paver and Compactor Operation and Maintenance, warm-mix asphalt Woodcock will also discuss solutions to the consistent mistakes people make in (WMA) construction selling such as bidding and pricing errors, an incorrect approach to . Paver Hydraulic and Electrical Systems – PF6000 – Series Pavers (Step 1) the customer, poor presentation techniques, improper selling attitudes and using . Paver Hydraulic and Electrical Systems – PF6000 – Series Pavers (Step 2) out of date selling techniques. Registration is required to attend. The cost is . Paver Hydraulic and Electrical Systems – Blaw-Knox R Pavers (Step 1) $40 for ASA Members and $60 for non-members. For more information about . Paver Screed Operation and Adjustment the presentation, contact ASA – Midwest Council Executive Director Susan . Paving and Compaction Application Seminar Winkelmann at 314/845-0855 or susan@asamidwest.com. . Small Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Steps 1 and 2) . Soil Compaction Application Seminar AGC of AMERICA is pleased to offer a wide variety of meetings, events and sem- . Soil Compactor Mechanics (Step 1) inars for construction professionals that can help you improve every aspect of . Soil Compactor Mechanics (Step 2) your business. Class size is limited for ideal instructor-to-student ratios and team learning. Tuition is $750 (USD) per student per three to five day course or $500 (USD) AGC of MINNESOTA per student per two day seminar. For more information on the Road Institute or Annual Business Meeting Notice: Notice is given to the voting members of to register for classes, visit roadinstitute.com or call 866/497-4501 or email: ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF MINNESOTA, a Minnesota coopera- roadinstitute@volvo.com. December 4 thru 6, 2012 – Ohio Oil and Gas Association (OOGA) Oilfield Expo, IX Center, Cleveland, Ohio. The Ohio Oil and Gas Association is pleased to present the all-indoor oilfield expo. Mark your calendars for an exciting opportunity to network with the oil and gas industry. For more information on this expo or for general inquiries on the OOGA, Telephone: 740/587-0444.

LARGE JOB COMPLETION Benson Pipeline Maintenance, Inc. Benson Heavy Haul E&E Enterprises

AUCTION

HOUSTON, (ALVIN), TEXAS NOTE: Benson Pipeline Maintenance, Inc., Benson Heavy Haul, E&E Enterprises having completed several major jobs in the Texas area will sell the following equipment that was used on these jobs. NO CONSIGNMENTS PLEASE! VERY EARLY HILITES INCLUDE: 2 PIPE LAYERS: 2009 JD 850J, Cat 561D, ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE: Grove RT58, ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: Cat D250E, 21 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2010 JD 450DLC, (5) 2008 JD 350DLC, 2006-2005-2003 JD 330CLC, 2007 JD 200C, 2009 JD 85D, 2004 Cat 330CL, 2006 Cat 320LC, (2) 2006- (2) 2005 Cat 320CL, 2005 Cat 303CR, Kobelco SK200 Mark IV, Mitsubishi 180LC, MDI Yutani 200LC, MOTOR GRADER: Cat 12G, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 918F, JD 644H, 5 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D8K (winch), 2006 Cat D6NLGP, 2004 Cat D5G, Cat D5C, 2011 Komatsu D65WX-16, CRAWLER DUMPS: Morooka MST-600, 7 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2006 JD 310G (4x4), Cat 416B, Case 580 Super K, Case 580K, (2) Case, JCB 1400B (4x4), 3 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CP563C, IR SD100, IR SPF56, 2 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2004 Bobcat T300, Bobcat T250, Bobcat T190, BORING EQUIPMENT: Laney Boring Machine, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: Gehl RS8-42, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: JD 482C, 2 FORKLIFTS: Yale GI050RONUAE803, Taylor, 2 BOOM LIFTS: Genie S40, Genie Z20/8N, 8 AIR COMPRESSORS: IR 1600CFM., IR 375CFM, IR P250JD, (2) Sullair 185CFM, Champion MAWP200PSI, 385CFM, 185CFM, GENERATORS: Multiquip DCA-25SSIU, 3 WATER PUMPS: Gorman Rupp 6in., Gorman Ruppo 4in., Hatz Hydro Pump, AIR DRYER & BLASTING MACHINE: Hankison Air Dryer, 5 UTILITY TRACTORS: Case CX80, Case, Ford 4610, Ford D4354C, Massey Ferguson 6180 (4x4), 2 WOOD CHIPPERS: Bandit Brush Chipper, Romec Brush Chipper, LOG SKIDDER: Timberjack 380B, UTILITY VEHICLE: Rolligon Corp. 4460-B Swamp Buggy, BOOM TRUCK: 1991 Ford L8000 (s/a), WATER TRUCK:1985 Int’l. (s/a), ROLLBACK TRUCK:1994 Chevy Kodiak (s/a), 3 FLATBED TRUCKS: 2006-2003 Chevy 3500 (s/a), 1986 Mack RW713 (t/a), DUMP TRUCK: 1990 GMC (s/a), 3 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2008 Peterbilt (t/a), 2003 Freightliner (t/a), 1998 Kenworth W900 (tri.), 5 UTILITY TRUCKS: 2006 Ford F350, (2) 2006-2001 Chevy 3500, 1998 Int’l. 4700, 3 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2003 Chevy C4500 (s/a), 2005 Chevy 3500 (s/a), 1990 Int’l. (s/a), FUEL/ LUBE TRUCKS: 2000 Peterbilt 330 (s/a), 12 PICKUPS: 2001-2007-2006-1995 Chevy 3500, 2004 Chevy 2500HD, 2002 Chevy 1500HD, (2) 2002-1995 Chevy, 2001 GMC, 1996 GMC Sierra SL, 2001 Dodge 1500, 2 VANS: 2001 Ford E350XLT, 1994 Ford Club Wagon, 5 DETACHABLE TRAILERS: 2009 Load King 402/654 DDSFF (tri.), 2005 Load King 503/554 SSSF (tri.), 1988 Load King 503DF 50 ton (tri.), 2006 Trailking TK110 HDG 55 Ton (tri.) , 2001 Sun Mfg. RGN 120 60 Ton (tri.), EQUIPMENT TRAILER: 2007 Trailking TK110SA-503 55 ton (tri.), FLIP AXLES:, 2008 Trailking, 3 GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2007 Top hat 20ft. (t/a), 2005 Load king (t;aq), 1991 TFI GLTC20-13 (t/a), DROP DECK TRAILER: 1989 Transcraft (t/a), FLATBED TRAILERS: 1999 Wabash (t/a), 10 TAGALONG TRAILERS: 2009 Ameritrail 16ft. (t/a), (3) 20062005-1997 Falcon 16ft. (t/a), 2011 Carry –On 14 ft. (t/a), (2) 2007 Carry-on 12ft. (t/a), 13 UTILITY TRAILERS: 2011 pasadena, 2004 Circ, 2002 Wild, 1996 Yardman 10ft., 1993 Homemade BBQ, 1990 Homemade, 1984 Tret (s/a), 1999 TX Bragg Cage Trailer, 1995 Generator Trailer, Reading 108FADW, Reading ALS98FADW, Rawson T56DW94XL, Rawson S56DW94, 4 ENCLOSED TAGALONG TRAILERS: 2009 Carry-On, 2009 Kotaro enclosed Mesh, 1998 pace 16ft., Haulmark TH85X24WT2, 2 VAN TRAILERS: (2) 1982 Hobbs (t/a), 2 WATER TRAILERS: 1992 Harb, 1963 Penn, 2 HORSE TRAILERS: 2002 CMTR, Horse Trailer, WATER TANK: Frac Tank, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: 1/2in. Impact Wrench kits, Makita Power Scrapers. New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches, Pancake Air Compressors, Hose Reels, Scooter Helmet, Tricycles.

Address: 18854 Avitts Rd. Alvin, TX 77511. (For GPS, use: 19021 Highway 35 Alvin, TX 77511.) DIRECTIONS: From William P Hobby Airport: Broadway Street to left on Airport Blvd. .8 miles. Left on Telephone Rd. 3.9 miles, continue on TX-35 S/ N Main St 7.4 miles, turn left 262 ft. and left again toward Avitts Acres .2 mile. Left again toward Avitts Acres .1 mile, continue straight onto Avitts Acres. Site on left. TEXAS AUCTION LICENSE: AUCTIONEER #15791 Jack H Lyon SALE SITE PHONE: (863) 602-8292

WEDS., DEC. 12 @ 10:00 AM

ALEX

LYON

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LARGE ABSOLUTE AUCTION Surplus Liquidation Golden Eagle Const. Co., Inc. Kukurin Contracting, Inc.

Wed., Dec. 12, 2012 – 9:00AM Fayette County Fairgrounds • Dunbar, PA (Pittsburgh Area) Selling: Hydraulic Excavators • Skid Steers • End Dump • Rubber Tired Loaders • Backhoes • Articulated 9-Wheel Rollers • Tri-Axle Dump Trucks • Mixer Trucks • Fuel Trucks • Stake Trucks • Service Trucks • Mechanics Truck • Water Truck • Flatbed Trucks • Tri-Axle Boom Truck • Lube Trucks • Utility Trucks • Pickup Trucks • Truck Tractors and Lowboys • 4x4 SUVs • Box, Utility & Cargo Vans • Dump, Tag, Office, Silo, & Oil Tank Trailers • Air Compressors • Asphalt Pavers • Vibratory Rollers • Portable Screening Plants • Aluminum Dump Bodies • Cuddy Cruiser • Road Sweeper • Portable Traffic Lights • Boring Machine • Direction Drill • Portable Grout, Hydraulic & Water Pumps • Hydraulic Hammer • Cold Planers • Trench Rollers • Portable Tar Kettles • PLUS MUCH MORE!

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

Bid Live Online At www.Proxibid.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.

Planning Pays Off for Ritchie in China

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ˆ Tianzhu Beijing) in preparation for this first unreserved public auction in China.   T Strategically located within minutes of

Beijing Capital International Airport, the Tianzhu Free Trade Zone is connected to one of China’s largest roll-on, roll-off ports in Tianjin. “We have used Ritchie Bros. auction services literally all over the world,” said Sam Farley, used equipment manager, AMECO U.S.A., who has been buying and selling heavy equipment at Ritchie Bros. auctions for many years, and during 2011 has bought and sold at Ritchie Bros. unreserved auctions in the Middle East and North America. “Their method of advertising, their customer base, the flyers that they send out, their e-mail advertising, their internet support services — are without equal in the industry.”

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Showcasing China to the World: the Unreserved Public Auction Ritchie Bros. has been conducting unreserved public auctions since the company was founded in 1958. At an

unreserved auction each item sells on auction day to the highest bidder — regardless of price — with no minimum bids or reserve prices. Sellers are not allowed to bid on their own equipment to drive up the price. Interested buyers can bid on equipment on auction day at the auction site, or live and online or they can also place a proxy bid. “We strongly believe in the unreserved auction process as it is the most fair and transparent way for equipment buyers and sellers to conduct business,” said Peter Blake, CEO, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “As a buyer, you can be confident that the item you want to buy will sell on auction day to the highest bidder — regardless of price. This hallmark of our business has helped build confidence and trust among our customers. And as a seller, you can be certain that you will get global fair market value for your equipment on auction day, since we invite the world to the sale of your equipment.” In 2011, the company sold $3.7 billion of equipment at 339 unreserved industrial and agricultural auctions around the world.

Ritchie Bros. has been working with Chinese buyers and sellers for many years. The company’s current customer base includes Chinese original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and construction companies that have been selling their equipment at auctions overseas and learning about the international equipment market. Ritchie Bros. also has been working with Chinese government officials for a number of years to acquire the proper permits for holding auctions in China. “We established our presence in China in 2004,” added Chris Edwards, Ritchie Bros. general manager of China, Korea and Mongolia. “We have been learning China’s market, customer needs and behaviors, regulations and business processes. Our goal has always been to be a good, educated citizen in China.” There are currently 81 upcoming auctions on the Ritchie Bros. auction calendar, including unreserved auctions in Australia, Spain, France, the United Arab Emirates, Mexico, the United States and Canada. For more information, visit www.rbauction.com.


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RENTAL RETURN

AUCTION

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, SUPPORT, ATTACHMENTS, AERIALS & FORKLIFTS. NEFF RENTALS • HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTALS • UNITED RENTALS

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

MAJOR JOB COMPLETION

AUCTION

LATE MODEL ROUGH TERRAIN, TRUCK & CRAWLER CRANES Tristate Crane Rental Corp.

LATE MODEL CAT, JOHN DEERE, KOMATSU CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, AERIALS, FORKLIFTS, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, ATTACHMENTS & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. PLUS OVER 1000 LOTS OF LIKE NEW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT FROM THE LARGEST DISTRIBUTOR IN THE WORLD.

ATLANTIC CITY,

(WINTER GARDEN)

NEW JERSEY (ATLANTIC CITY RACE TRACK),

NOTE: Selling will be late model construction & support equipment from several national rental fleets to conclude this current year.

NOTE: Selling Will Be Very Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Both Booms & Scissor, Telescopic Forklifts, Utility Equipment Including Cranes, Skid Steers, Midi-Mini Excavators From Several Of The Best Cat, John Deere Rental Fleets In America Along With Over 1000 Lots Of Like New Support Equipment From The Largest Distribution Of Wholesale Support Equipment In The World.

HILITES: 21 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: (2) 2008-2007 Cat 330DL, (3) 2008 Cat 320DLRR, 2008 Cat 320DL, Cat 304.5, 2010 Cat 303.5CCR, 2007-2006 Komatsu PC300LC-7, 2005 Komatsu PC200LC-7, 2008 Kobelco SK350LC, 2006-2005 Kobelco SK330LC-6, 2004 Kobelco SK160-6, 2005 Kobelco SK135SR, 2007 Case CX330LC, Hitachi EX300LC, (3) 2005 IHI 28N, LONG REACH EXCAVATOR: 2007 Cat 322CL, 2 MOTOR GRADERS: Cat 12G, Leeboy G440, 9 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2006 Komatsu WA250-5L, (2) 2004 Komatsu WA250, 2006 Komatsu WA200-5, 2005 Komatsu WA50-3, 20072006-2005 Case 621D, 2008 Volvo L110F, 3 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D8N, 2009 Cat D5KLGP, 2009 Cat D3KXL, 4 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2006 JD 310G (4x4), JD 410D (4x4), JD 410B (4x4), 2005 Komatsu WB140-2N, 2 ASPHALT PAVERS: Blaw Knox PF510, Blaw Knox PF172, ASPHALT ROLLERS: 2007 Cat CB534D, 5 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2007 Cat CP563E, 2005 Bomag BW177-3, Bomag BW75, 2006 Hamm 3205, 3 SKID STEERS: 2005 Case 420CT, Gehl 5635DX, Gehl 4835, 3 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2005 IR VR843C, 2007 IR VR642, Cat TH83, 4 SCISSOR LIFTS: 2003 Genie GS1930, (2) Genie GS1930, MEC 4191RT, AIR COMPRESSORS: 2006 Sullair185DPQ, 2 GENERATORS: Demo Cat 500kw, 2006 Multiquip DCA70USIC 70kw, 3 WELDERS: 2007 Lincoln Vantage 500 500amp, (2) Miller Big Blue 400, LIGHT PLANTS: 2008 Magnum Pro MLT3060, 2 SWEEPERS: (2) 2006 Laymor 8HC2, 2 DUMP TRUCKS: 1989 Western Star (t/a), 2005 Ford F650, 2 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2006 Ford F350XL, 1996 Ford F350, 4 PICKUP TRUCKS: 2005 Ford F250 (4x4), 2003-2001 Ford F150, 2005 Chevy Silverado (4x4), UTILITY VEHICLES: (4) 2009-2008-2007 Kawasaki Mules, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Unused Stout Brush Grapple, Unused Stout Rock Bucket Grapple, Unused Stout Pallet Forks, Unused Lowe 750CH Hydr. Augers, Skid Steers: Smooth, Snow & Mulch Buckets, 66in.- 78in. Buckets, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, New Excalibur Thumbs, New Versatech Brush Grapples, New Stump Buckets, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Rebar Cutter, Folding Ramps, Huskie Hammer Drill, New Impact Wrenches, New Abrasive Blades, New Submersible Pumps, New Platform Scales, New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Gun Kits, New Diamond Blades, New Concrete Vibrators, New Plate Compactors, New Demo/ Cutoff Saws,New 4 Pack Ratchet Straps, New Impact Wrenches, New 5 Ton Digital Platform Scales. DIRECTIONS: From Tampa: I-4E to Rte. 27N for 6.5 miles to Rt. 192E for 1 mile. Left on Avalon Rd. for 3 miles to sale site on left. From Orlando: I-4W to Rt. 192W for 5.5 miles, turn right on Avalon Rd. to sale site. Address: 12601 State Rd. 545 North (Avalon Rd.), Winter Garden, FL 34787. FLORIDA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #AU 0001548, FLORIDA LICENSE: #AB-1091. SALE SITE PHONE: (407) 239-2700, (770) 537-7386, FAX: (407) 239-0068.

THURSDAY, DEC. 13 @ 9:30 AM

HILITES: 3 TRUCK CRANES: 2009 Grove GMK4115, 2007 Grove TMS-500E (40 ton), 2003 Terex BT-5092 (90 ton), CRAWLER CRANES: 2008 Manitowoc M10000 (100ton), ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: 2008 Grove RT760, 2 CARRY DECK CRANES: Broderson IC2002C, Broderson IC803F, 4 BOOM TRUCKS: 2000 Sterling w/ Terex TC3063 27 ½ ton), 1999 Sterling w/ USTC 1700JBT, 1991 Ford L9000 w/ Tico 1385T Knuckleboom Crane, 2002 Peterbilt 330 w/ Terex BT-5092, 3 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) 2006 Cat 735, Benford/ Terex 6 ton, 31 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2008 Cat 336, 2008 Cat 325DL, Cat 322L, 2006 Cat 322CL, (3) 2008-2007 Cat 320DL, 2004 Cat 320CL, Cat 320CL, 2011 Cat 319DL, Cat 315DL, (2) Cat 315CL, Cat 312DL, (2) Cat 312CL, Cat 308C, Unused Kobelco SK210LC, 2004 Komatsu PC400LC-6, Komatsu PC400LC-6, (2) 2007 Komatsu PC300HD-7, Komatsu PC120-6, Komatsu PC78MR-6, 2004 Case CX240LC, 2005 Daewoo 300LC-V, 2006 Hitachi ZX270LC-3, Hitachi EX135UR, 2004 Yanmar VIO352, 2004 Yanmar VIO272, Hanix H27, 3 RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS: Cat M318, 2007 Cat M316, Gradall G660E, 10 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 966G, Cat 966D, Cat 950G, 2010 Cat 938H, Cat 928F, 2009 Cat 904H, Komatsu WA500-1, Komatsu WA350-1, 2006 Kawasaki 90ZV, Swinger 200, CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2005 Cat D5GXL, 7 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: (2) 2005 Cat 446D (4x4), 2009 Cat 420EIT (4x4), (2) Cat 416C(4x4), (2) JD 310D (4x4), CURB MACHINE: Leeboy 1000, ASPHALT EQUIPMENT/ LIQUID ASPHALT SYSTEM: ODK15 w/ 7 tons of tar -15 ton capacity mounted on trailer, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2006-2005 Dynapac CA250D, ASPHALT ROLLERS: Dynapac DA-48, 8 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (2) 2011 JD CT323D, 2006 Cat 287B, 2007 Cat 226B, 2006 Bobcat T190, 2005 Bobcat T180, 2005 NH LT190B, Takeuchi TL130, 13 SKID STEERS: Bobcat S250, (3) 2005 Bobcat S150, Bobcat 753, Bobcat 743, Bobcat, 2007 Case 445, 2005 JD 317, 2005 JD 240-II, Cat 262B, 2005 Cat 246, Cat 246, TRENCHER: Case 660, 8 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (3) 2003 Gradall 544D, JLG G9-42, (2) 2004 JLG G6-42A, Lull 944E-42, Lull 644B-42, 2 ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: (Mastercraft MC12000, Mastercraft MC5, 3 FORKLIFTS: Nissan CPJ02A25PV, Hyster S60FT, Clark TM25, 29 BOOM LIFTS: (2)2004- (2)2003 JLG 1350SJP (4x4), 2004 JLG 1200SJP (4x4), 2006 JLG 800AJ (4x4), JLG 800A (4x4), (2) 2008-2007 JLG 660SJ(4x4), JLG 660SJ(4x4), (2)JLG 600S (4x4), (5) 2008-(2) 2007 JLG 600AJ(4x4), JLG 450SJ, 2008 JLG 450AJ(4x4), (2) Genie Z60-34(4x4), Genie S65 (4x4), Genie S60 (4x4), 2007 Snorkel TB60, 2008 Biljax 4527A, Grove AMZ86, 62 SCISSOR LIFTS: (4) JLG 500RTS, (2) 2003 JLG 4394RT,JLG 3369, (3) JLG 33RTS, (2) 2004 JLG 3246ES, JLG 260MRT, 2004 JLG 2646ES, (4) 2005-2004 JLG 2030ES, (2) 2003 JLG 1932, JLG 1932E2, (14) 2004-(3) 2003 JLG 1930ES, (2) 2004 Genie GS2632, (2) 2004 Genie GS1930, Genie GS1930, (2) Skyjack SJ0250, (2) Skyjack SJ9226, Skyjack SJ8841, Skyjack 8831, 2003 Skyjack SJIII4832, (6) 2003 Skyjack SJIII3226, 2004 Skyjack SJ3219, (2) Snorkel 1930, 3 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2005-2004 IR P185WJD, Sullair 185, 12 GENERATORS: Cat 5123 170kw, IR 50kw, (2) New 2012 Doosan G40WMI-2A-T4I, (4) New 2012 Doosan G25WMI-2AT4I, (2) Onan 150RDJC-4R50 15kw, MEP-113A 15kw, Onan MEP-003A 10kw, 10 LIGHT PLANTS: (9) New 2012 Doosan LSC-60HZ-TF, 2004 Allmand NL Pro, 2 PORTABLE MATERIAL CONVEYORS: Aeroil 60ft., NHC-MS 3904D 72ft., MULCH BLOWER: Agrimetal GA110S, 4 COMMERCIAL MOWERS: Ferris IS3100, Ferris IS2520, Ferris 3 Wheel Rider, Husqvarna EZ48, LAWN & GARDEN TRACTORS: 2011 JD X728, 4 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2010 New Holland Boomer 8N, JD 850D, JD 790 (4x4), Ford 2120 (4x4), WOOD CHIPPER: Brush Bandit 250, ROLLBACK TRUCK: 2006 Freightliner Business Class M2 (s/a), 3 FLATBED TRUCKS: 1994 Ford F350, Int’l. S1900 (s/a), Mack (s/a), STAKE TRUCK: 1994 Ford F450, 12 DUMP TRUCKS: (2) 2006 Sterling LT9500 (tri.), (4) 2004 Mack Granite (tri), (2) 2006 Ford F450 (s/a), 1995 Peterbilt 379 (tri.), 1995 Dodge 3500 (4x4), 1994 Ford L8000 (t/a), 1990 Int’l. 4600, 8 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2006 Sterling LT9500 (tri.), 2005 Sterling AT9500 (t/a) , Sterling (t/a), 2005 IH 5900I (t/a), 2001 Freightliner (t/a), 1990 Mack RW713 Superliner (t/a), 1994 Ford LA900 (t/a), 1987 Ford Road Ranger (t/a), 2 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2001 Ford F150, 1999 Ford F250, 3 UTILITY TRUCKS: 2007 Chevy 2500HD (4x4), 1990 Chevy C30, 1993 Ford F450, 6 PICKUPS: 2010 Chevy 1500 (4x4), 2007-2006 Chevy 1500 (4x4), 2005 Chevy 3500HDLS (4x4), 2005 Chevy 2500HDLT (4x4), 2004 Ford F350 (4x4), VANS: 2005 Ford E150, AUTOMOBILES: 2001 Chevy Impala, MILITARY FIRE TRUCK: Military Kaiser Jeep Fire Truck Pumper (t/a), CAB & CHASSIS: 2006 Ford F450 (s/a), STORAGE CONTAINER: 20ft., STEP DECK TRAILERS: 2013 Witzco DD-50MT 50T (tri.), 2 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2013 Witzco RG50 50T (tri.), 1994 Talbert T3DW-505A-HRG-1-T1 50 ton (tri.), 11 FLATBED TRAILERS: 2001-1996 Great Dane 45ft. (alum., t/a), 1995 Great Dane 40ft. (t/a) ,(2) 1997 Transcraft 48ft. (alum., t/a), 1994 -1984 Fruehauf 45ft. (alum., t/a), 1988-1981 Fontaine 45ft. (t/a), 1988 Dorsey 48ft. (t/a), 1974 Clark 40 ft. (t/a), GOOSENECK TRAILER: Shasta 26ft. (t/a), 4 CARGO TRAILERS: (2) 2011 Arising 16ft. (t/a), 2008 Haulmark 7ft. x16ft. (t/a), 2001 Cargo Express 7ft. x16ft. (t/a), EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2008 Etnyre 55 ton (30ft. deck Lowboy, 2 ROLLOFF CONTAINERS: (2) New 30 yard, 3 FLATBED BODIES: New 12ft., New 10ft., New 9ft., 4 UTILITY/ REC. VEHICLES: 2004 JD Gator HPX (4x4), (2) 2005-2004 JD Gator 4x2, ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: New Excalibur X36 Thumb, New Fabtech 5500, New Fabtech 4800, Rockram Hammer, Rockland Stump Splitter, New Ditching- Skeleton Buckets, New V Buckets, Rippers, Excavator Thumbs: Unused Gentec MT2650 Heavy Duty Universal Thumb, Unused Gentec HT1035 Hydr. Universal Thumb, Grapples: (4) New SEC Bucket Type Grapples for 200-325 size machines-Komatsu PC120 & PC300, (2) New SEC Grapples, (2) New TL Grapples, Hammers: Cat H130, Indeco MSE 2000, Allied, RockRam V802, Skid Steers: New 60in. -78in. Smooth- Stump- Rock - Mulch Buckets, New Mount Plates, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, , New Fabtech 60in. Brush Cutters, New Fabtech Backhoe Attachments, New Fabtech 60in. - 72in. Grapple Buckets, New Fabtech 66in. Root Grapples, New Fabtech 60in. Hay Spears, New Fabtech Stump Buckets, New Fabtech 428in. Forks & Frame, New Fabtech Quick Attach Plates, Cat-Indeco-Bobcat Hammers, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Selling for a large distributor of support: OVER 1000 LOTS INCLUDING Carpet Cleaners, Generators, Air Compressors, Sockets, Tree Pruners, Jacks, Deck Sprayers, Furniture Movers, String Trimmers, Battery Chargers, Grinders, Screwdrivers, Gas Blowers, Homelite Weed Wackers, Roofing Nailers, Chainsaws, Cut Off Saws, Tape Measures, Impact Wrenches, Hammer Drills, Rigid Shop Vacs, Rigid Miter Saws, Tile Saws, Recreational Vehicles, Lawn Mowers, Toro 17in. Trimmers, Titan Extension Ladder, Wagner Paint Sprayers, Belt Sanders, Black & Decker Shop Vacs, Measuring Tapes, Ryobi Rollers, Air Hose, Floor Jacks, Power Steamer, Diamond Blades, Jumping Jacks, New Ratchet Straps, New Impact Wrenches, New Diamond Blades, New Mustang Pumps, New Water Pumps, New Mustang Rebar Cutters, New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches, New Platform Scales, New Hammer Drill, New Air Spray Gun Kits, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Plate Compactors, New Demo Saws, Kent Carpet Cleaner, New Diamond Blades, Air Cut Off Tool, Staplers, New Air Impact Wrench Kits, Unused Gentec Water Pumps, Unused Gentec Hydr. Plate Compactor, Unused Gentec Walk Behind Plate Compactor, Pallet of Assorted Stones, Pallet of Tumbled Blue Stone, Cushman Cart, Hein Werner Hydr, Jacks, Random Lengths of Steel Square & Rectangular Tube, Grade Sticks, (6) Sets of Transit Legs, (4) 2011 Honda HS1332 Snow Blowers. DIRECTIONS: Take Atlantic City Expressway to Exit 14 (Leipzig Ave) and follow signs to Atlantic City Race Track. Address: 4501 Leipzig Ave, Mays Landing, NJ 08330. SALE SITE PHONE: (609) 272-9702 or (609) 272-9703.

SATURDAY, DEC. 15 @ 9:30 AM

ALEX

LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

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2 DAYS – 1000’S OF LOTS - 2 DAYS MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from THOMPSON TRACTOR LLC (Complete Dispersal) & PINE BUSH GROUP (Rental Return) & TM BUILDERS LLC & AMERICAN EQUIPMENT & VILLAGER CONSTRUCTION & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS 275 ROUTE 32, NORTH FRANKLIN, CT 06254 CONSTRUCTION, EARTHMOVING & PAVING EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS

DAY 1 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 8:30 AM

PARTIAL LISTING: EXCAVATORS: 2011 Deere 120D, s/n 037346; 2008 Cat 330DL, s/n CAT0330DCMWP03129; 2011 Cat 305.5D, s/n FLZ00638; 2006 Cat 321CL CR, s/n MCF00928; 2002 Cat 322CL, s/n BKJ00556; 2001 Cat 320C, s/n DAMC00502; 1999 Cat 322BL, s/n 1YS01039; 2005 Cat 307C SV, s/n BNE01017; 2007 Cat 304C CR, s/n FPK02717; 2006 Cat 304C CR, s/n FPK00741; 1994 Cat 307SSR, s/n 2FL00988; 2002 Komatsu PC200LC-7, s/n A86016; 1998 Komatsu PC200LC, s/n A83838; 2005 Terex TXC300LC-1, s/n 3012; 2000 New Holland 160LC; 2011 Hyundai Robex 60CR-9, s/n HHIHML03KB0000106; 2000 Hyundai Robex 160LC3, s/n LG01GA10289; 1996 Case 9020B, s/n DAC0201174; 1996 Daewoo SL300 III, s/n 0140; 1997 Daewoo Sl170 III, s/n 0022; 1989 Linkbelt LS4300, s/n 08H9255; 1987 Case 880D, s/n 6281383; 2008 JCB 8045 ZTS, s/n 1070686; 2008 Bobcat 430, s/n 562913278; 2006 Terex HR32, s/n 2853; 2004 Deere 35C ZTS, s/n 232268; 1968 Drott 85RN-2, s/n 835; CRAWLER TRACTORS & LOADERS: 1997 Cat D3C, 6SL02580; 2005 Deere 650J LT, s/n 112506; 2005 Deere 450H, s/n 907052; 2004 New Holland DC80, s/n 13141183; 1996 Komatsu D37E-5, s/n 3528; 1992 Deere 450G, s/n T0450GF781920; RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2010 Deere 544K, s/n 628957; 2003 Cat 972G, s/n 0972GC4WW00850; 2001 Cat 966G, s/n 3SW01229; 1999 Cat 950G, s/n 2JS00694; 2006 Komatsu WA380-6, s/n 65049; 2002 Komatsu WA180, s/n A81292; 1992 Komatsu WA4502, s/n A25204; 2004 Deere 644J, s/n 644JX591040; 1997 Volvo L90C, s/n 6257; 1998 Volvo L70C, s/n 14396; Hough 90 Series E, s/n 33219; Komatsu WR111, s/n 30183; 1978 Deere 544B, s/n JD544BX242910; 1971 Terex 7251AA, s/n 56446; 1970 Cat 922, s/n 25K00407, To Be Sold Offsite, FOB: Torrington, CT; TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2009 Cat 416E, s/n BWC00182; 2005 Cat 420D, s/n FDP24287; 2004 Cat 420DIT, s/n BLN00553; 2004 Cat 420DIT, s/n BLN11425; 2003 Cat 420D, s/n FDP13212; 1999 Cat 416C, s/n 1WR08702; 1998 Cat 416C IT, s/n 1WR03508; 1997 Cat 416CIT, s/n 1WR01173; 2006 Case 580M Series 2, s/n N6C400264; 2005 Case 580SM II, s/n N5C386126; 1999 Deere 310E, s/n 872880; 1988 Deere 710B, s/n T0710BJ750084; SKID STEERS & COMPACT TRACK LOADERS: 2009 Cat 247B 2 Track Steer, s/n MTL06528; 2008 Deere 332T Track Steer, s/n T0332TA122374; 2006 Deere CT322 Track Steer, s/n 129422; 2003 Mustang 2044, s/n SP03F002602; 2001 ASV 481D Track Steer, s/n ANC0077; 1996 Thomas 1700, s/n LK003151; 2003 Takeuchi TL130 Track Steer, s/n 21300690; 1994 Bobcat 853, s/n 512821712; 1994 Bobcat 753, s/n 512719302; SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: Bobcat Forks; JD Forks; 6’ & 8’ GP Bkts; Melroe Brush Cat 60 Flail Mower, s/n 467002094; Bobcat Q/C Auger, s/n 187408233; 62” Grapple Bkt; Versatech Forks; 48” Forks Fit Thomas 1700; Bobcat 5B Landscape Rake; 67” Grapple; 60” GP Bkt w/Pintle Hook; New Versatech Pallet Forks; New Versatech Fork Frames; Versatech Brush Grapple; New Versatech Brush Grapple; New Versatech Grapple Bkt; New Backhoe Attach; New Versatech Sgl Tine Hay Spears; Q/C Mount Plates; New Versatech 72” & 78” Brush Grapples; New 60”, 66” & 72” Smooth Bkts; New Stump Bkt; New 78” Snow & Mulch Bkts; New 72” Rock Bkts; Versatech 72” Brush Cutter; 78” BOCE Bkt; 84” Grapple Bkt; PAVING EQUIPMENT: 2003 LeeBoy 1000T Track Paver, s/n 3862D; 2003 Vogele 880RTB Asphalt Track Paver, s/n 30522; 2002 Barber Greene BG260C Paver, s/n 8GN00576; 1999 LeeBoy 1000T Track Paver, s/n 2909C; CRUSHING & SCREENING: 2003 Rawson 3618 Screening Plant, s/n 8232-03; Extec 5000 Screener, To Be Sold Offsite, FOB: Goshen, MA; Thomas B204-PS400 Screener, s/n 14000572; 1985 Read RD90, s/n 140385; LARGE GENSETS: MQ Whisperwatt DCA70SSJU 45KW Genset, s/n 7302492; COMPACTORS & ROLLERS: 2002 Cat CS-423E Vib Roller, s/n CFX00221; 2003 Dynapac CA262D Vib Roller, s/n 474; Dynapac CA141D Vib Smooth Drum Roller, s/n 60410644; 2004 Hamm HD90 Vib Roller; 1999 Ingersoll Rand DD110 Dbl Drum Vib Roller, s/n 157056; 1997 Bomag BW172D-2 Smooth Drum Vib Roller, s/n 101520120290; 1997 Ingersoll Rand SD100D Pro Pac Vib Smooth Drum Compactor, s/n 150014; 1994 Ingersoll Rand DD110 Dbl Drum Vib Roller, s/n 5428SGD; 1992 Ingersoll Rand SD115F Pad Foot Roller, s/n 8764S; Champion Super Pac 30 Dbl Drum Roller, s/n X101297X; BOOM LIFTS: ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: 2002 Terex TH8420, s/n 024338; MOTOR GRADERS: 1993 Dresser 850, s/n G580012U200539; 1964 Cat 112F, s/n 82F555; MOTOR SCAPERS: Euclid TS24, s/n 50116; ARTICULATED & RIDGID FRAME END DUMPS: 2005 Terex TA27, s/n A8681081; 2004 Terex TA27, s/n A8501183; CRANES: 1986 Link Belt HSP8020 Rough Terrain Crane; Pettibone MK30 Rough Terrain Crane, s/n 06A3294; BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: 2007 Rock Blaster 5000# Hyd Hammer Fits PC200; 22’ Snow Pusher; Cat 50” Grading Bkt; Cat 34” Bkt w/Teeth; JRB Forks To Fit 544K; JRB 8’4” 3 Yd BOCE Bkt To Fit 544K; 16” & 24” Bkts w/Teeth; 28” 5/8 Yd Bkt w/Teeth; Forks To Fit Cat IT; Boom Attach; Plow For Cat 416C; Forks For Cat 416C; Boom For Cat 416C; Geith Ripper Tooth Fits Daewoo 170; Geith 24” Bkt w/Teeth Fits Daewoo 170; 48” Q/C Forks Fit Cat 416C; Geith Concrete Cruncher Fits Cat330; New Excalibur X36 Thumb; ROLLOFF & ROLLBACK TRUCKS & CONTAINERS: 1997 Mack RD688S T/A Rolloff, Vin #1M2P26763VM030634; 2003 Int’l 4300 S/A Rollback, Vin #1HTMMAAM23H591776; 1986 Trail King 1920 T/A Recovery Trailer, Vin #1TKA04526FM126783; FRONT & REAR LOAD & AUTOMATED REFUSE & RECYCLING TRUCKS: 2001 Mack LE613 T/A Rear Load Refuse Truck w/23 Yd Leach Body, Vin #1M2AC07CX1M005370; 2002 Freightliner Condor S/A Cabover Refuse Truck, w/Dempster Recycling Body, Vin #1FVACFCYX3RK31623; 2001 Star Condor Front Load Refuse Truck, Vin #499HBVAS31RJ17220; 2001 Volvo WX64 T/A Cabover Front Load Refuse Truck, w/ 28 Yd Heil Body, Vin #4V2DC6UE81N309069; 2001 Volvo Xpeditor WX64, T/A Cabover Automated Refuse Truck, w/46K R, Heil Body, Vin #4V2HC6UE41N307997; 2001 Volvo S/A Cabover Automated Refuse Truck, w/Wayne Body Curbtender, Vin #4V2D36UE01N327453; 2001 Int’l 4900 T/A Rear Load Refuse Truck w/McNeilus Rear Load Body, Vin #1HTSDAAN41H275910; 2000 Int’l 4900 S/A Rear Load Refuse Truck, w/20 Yd Leach Body, Vin #1HTSDAAR8YH207350; 1999 Volvo WX64 T/A Cabover Front Load Refuse Truck, w/28 Yd Heil Body, Vin #4VMDCKUE4XN785263; 1999 Int’l 4900 T/A Rear Load Refuse Truck w/McNeilus Rear Load Body, Vin #1HTSHADT4XH690054; 1999 Int’l 4700 S/A Automated Refuse Truck, Vin #1HTSCABL3XH632261; 1999 Int’l 4700 S/A Automated Refuse Truck w/Wayne Autocat 1 Recycling Body, Vin #1HTSCABL9XH632264; 1999 Int’l 4700 S/A Automated Refuse Truck w/ Wayne Autocat 1 Recycling Body, Vin #1HTSCABL5XH632262; 1998 Int’l 4900 S/A Rear Load Refuse Truck w/Leach 20 Yd Rear Load Body, Vin #1HTSDAARXWH514550; 1996 Int’l 4900 S/A Rear Load Refuse Truck, Vin #1HTSDAAN0TH313698; 1995 White GMC WX42 S/A Cabover Automated Refuse Truck, w/Heil Body, Vin #4V2DKFMDXSR712118; 1990 Mack DM690S T/A Refuse Truck w/Tip Dumpster, Vin

#2M2B197C6LC006792; 1991 White GMC Xpeditor Automated Refuse Truck, Vin #4V2DAFAD7MN642496; 1990 White GMC WX42 S/A Cabover Automated Refuse Truck w/Heil Body, Vin #4V2DAEAD8LN632357; 1990 White GMC WX42 Xpeditor S/A Cabover Automated Refuse Truck w/Heil Body, Vin #4V2DAFAD3MN642494; Int’l 4700 S/A Refuse Truck w/Flatbed Body w/Sides, Vin #WH550158; 2001 Ford F350, 11’ Lugger Container Body, Vin #1FDWF37F01EB69780; TRUCK TRACTORS: 1992 Mack RD688S T/A Tractor, 2004 Int’l Eagle 9900 ISFA T/A Tractor, Vin #2HSCHSPR94C090125; 2000 Freightliner Century Classic T/A Tractor, Vin #1FUYESEB7YLB75158; 2000 Freightliner Century Classic T/A Tractor, Vin #1FUYSSEB9YLB23093, Not Running; 1989 Peterbilt 379 T/A Tractor, Vin #1XP5DB9S5KN180041; 1987 Peterbilt 359 T/A Tractor, Vin #1XP9DB9X8HN208633; Mack B61-3LT S/A Tractor; TRI & T/A DUMPS: 2005 Mack CV713 Granite Tri-Axle Dump; 2004 Freightliner Tri-Axle Dump, Vin #1FUMALAY63LK51875; 1999 Mack CL713 Tri-Axle Dump, Vin #1M24AD62C4XW008172; 2004 Kenworth W900 Tri-Axle Dump, Vin #KWXBTX14J058398; 2003 Freightliner Tri-Axle Dump, Vin #MALY23LK51873; 1999 Mack RD688S Tri-Axle Dump, Vin #1M2P267C0XM042257; 1988 Peterbilt 357 Tri-Axle Dump, Vin #1XP-ALA0X9-JN261015; 1990 Mack RW613 T/A Dump, Vin #1M2AY75Y5LM006065; 1993 Autocar/Volvo T/A Dump, Vin #4V1SDBCH9RR512903; 1993 Ford L9000 T/A Dump, Vin #1FDYU90L8PVA31401; S/A DUMPS: 2004 Peterbilt 330 S/A Dump, Vin #2NPNHD7X84M822684; 2007 Chevy 3500 HD S/A Mason Dump, Vin #1GBJK34K07E546097; 1997 Int’l 2574 S/A Dump, Vin #1HTGEAUR3VH392966; 1996 Int’l 2574 S/A Dump, Vin #1HTGEAUR9TH218221; 1991 Int’l 4700 S/A Dump, Vin #1HTSCNDP7MH353074; 1990 Int’l 4700 S/A Dump, Vin #1HTSCZWKXLH697456; 1985 Mack R Mdl S/A Dump; 1989 Volvo/GM/Autocar S/A Dump, Vin #4V2SABMD1KU503687; BUCKET & BOOM TRUCKS: VAC TRUCKS: 1992 Int’l 2554 Vac Truck w/Vac Vactor Sewer Jetter, Vin #1HTGBN2R3NH439240; 1988 Int’l S2500 S/A Catch Basin Truck, Vin #1HTZML6R4JH526902; SWEEPER TRUCKS: 1993 Athey Topgun M-98, Vin #1A9S24DR2PR059077; DETACHABLE & LOWBED TRAILERS: 2000 Fontaine TL50NCB 50 Ton Tri-Axle Lowboy Trailer, Vin #4LF4S5231Y3510440; 1998 Eager Beaver 35 Ton Detachable Trailer; 1986 Witzco 50 Ton Tri-Axle Detachable Trailer; DUMP TRAILERS: 1996 Accu Tek T/A Steel Dump Trailer; 1989 Summit 32’ Alum Tri-Axle Dump Trailer, Vin #1S8AD3236K00075258; 1986 East 34’ Tri-Axle Dump Trailer, Vin #1E1D2S287GRA06979; 1985 Fruehauf T/A Dump Trailer, Vin #1H4D02622FF043703; 1975 Steco 26’ T/A Dump Trailer, Vin #102676276A2652; 2012 Quale Dump & Go T/A Dump Trailer, Vin #5LEBK1824C1126587; VAN, FLATBED & SGL DROP TRAILERS: 1997 Trailmobile F7AT-6UAA 48’ Flatbed Trailer, Vin #1PTF7ATH8W9001902; TAG-ALONG & OTHER H.D. EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2012 Fabrique 6 CAM16 7 Ton Tag-Along Equipment Trailer, Vin #5JPBU2126CP028881; 1999 Dynaweld Tri-Axle Equipment Trailer, Vin #4I181ADX6X1038572; 2006 Bri-Mar EH18-10 T/A Tag-Along Trailer, Vin #43YDC2446C05364; 1999 Custom 20 Ton T/A Tag-Along Equipment Trailer, Vin #5B7291867X1004069; LIVE FLOOR TRAILERS: 1996 Pines 45' Live Floor Trailer, Vin #1PTN452N0TK015270; 1990 Red River T/A Flow Boy Trailer, Vin #1R9LB4229L1051066; TANK TRAILERS: 2005 Polar T/A Insulated Hot Asphalt Transport Trailer, Vin #1PMC1432352029014; 1983 Fruehauf 4DK010305 T/A Petroleum Transport Tank Trailer, Vin #1H4T04128DK010305; SERVICE & UTILITY TRUCKS: 1994 Ford L8000 Service Truck; 2004 Ford F350 Utility, Vin @1FDSF35S54EA70035; 2002 Ford F450 Utility, Vin #1FDXF46F32EC14773; 2000 Ford F350 Utility, Vin #1FDSF35F3XEF01317; 2006 Ford F550 Service/Utility, Vin #1FDAF56P26EA67758, Not Running; FLATBED & VAN BODY TRUCKS: 2005 Ford F450 Rack Body, Vin #1FDXF46P7EA26366; 2001 Chevy C3500 Flatbed, Vin #1GBJC39U51F205917; 2001 Ford F450 Flatbed, Vin #1FDXF47F81EB14309; 2008 Isuzu NPR S/A Cabover Box Truck w/Plexiglass Sides, Vin #4KLB4B1U98J802272; 2007 Sterling S/A 24’ Box Truck, Vin #2FZAASDC77AY35564; 2003 UD 1400C S/A Cabover Box Truck, Vin #JNAUZ1J33A454105; 2001 Ford E350 Box Truck, Vin #1FDWE35L91HB01245; 2001 Mitsubishi Fuso FE-SP 640 16’ S/A Box Truck; 2000 Isuzu NPR HD S/A Cabover 16’ Box Truck, Vin #JALC4B147Y7012212; 1989 Mitsubishi FE444 S/A Cabover Cab & Chassis, Vin #JW6AGE1C8KL001937; WATER TRUCKS: 1987 Ford L9000 T/A Water Truck,Vin #1FDYY90XXHVA66644; FUEL & LUBE TRUCKS: FIRE TRUCKS: Spartan RD20-2042, 85’ Tiller Truck, Vin #S29RT6F02GC423892; FLEET VEHICLES: 2007 Chevy 2500; 2005 Ford F350, Vin #1FTWX31P75EA81379; 2004 Ford Police Interceptor, Vin #2FAFP71W14X100090; 2003 Ford Police Interceptor, Vin #2FAFP71WX3X126508; SNOW HANDLING EQUIPMENT: 1995 Volvo WHGN ACL T/A Sander Truck, Vin #4V2JCBJF2SR849424; Snow Bandit 12’ Snow Pusher w/Rubber Cutting Edge; Stainless Steel Sander; Highway Sander; Highlander Stainless Steel Sander; 8’ Fisher Minute Mt Plow; Henderson Chief Stainless Steel Sander; TRENCH & SHORING BOXES & ROAD PLATES: SEA & STORAGE CONTAINERS (Some Both Days): 40’ Sea Container; EQUIPMENT & TRUCK PARTS & COMPONENTS: Fibre 9’ Utility Body; Utility Body; (2) 425/65R22.5 Mtd Flotation Tires; Set Of Loegering Trailblazer Tracks; LT265/75R16 Tire & Rim; 425/65R22.5 Tire; AND MORE!

DAY 2 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 8:30 AM HAYCREST FARM (Owner Retiring) & AMERICAN CYCLE LLC (Closing Business)

with equipment from

MECHANICAL & GENERAL CONTRACTOR SUPPORT, AG, LANDSCAPE & MFG EQUIPMENT

Quality Consignments are now being accepted for this sale!

COMPLETE EQUIPMENT INVENTORY DISPERSAL AUCTION of TLA- POND VIEW RECYCLING (In Cooperation w/John O. Mancini Esq, Receiver)

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 9:30 AM 1 DEXTER RD, EAST PROVIDENCE, RI 02914 ENTIRE EQUIPMENT & ROLLING STOCK INVENTORY FROM FORMER CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION DEBRIS PROCESSING & RECYCLING FACILITY PARTIAL LISTING: WOOD GRINDERS: CRUSHING & SCREENING: CONVEYORS: LATE MODEL MATERIAL HANDLERS, EXCAVATORS & WHEEL LOADERS: SKID STEERS: RAIL CAR MOVER: ROLLOFF TRUCKS & TRAILERS: 150± ROLLOFF CONTAINERS: ARTICULATED & RIDGID FRAME END DUMPS: 2008 SERVICE TRUCK: TRUCK TRACTORS: DUMP & LIVE FLOOR TRAILERS: TAG-ALONG TRAILERS: WATER & FUEL TRUCKS: FLATBED & UTILITY TRUCKS: SWEEPER: INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFTS: TRUCK & RAIL SCALES: VERTICAL BALERS: WELDERS: EQUIPMENT & TRUCK PARTS & COMPONENTS: SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: SHOP & OFFICE FIXTURES: AND MORE! 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.

CALL FOR INFORMATION AND PICTURE BROCHURES. Salt Lake City, UT (801) 355-4500 Wharton, NJ (973) 659-3330 Milford, NH (603) 672-4100

Columbus, OH (614) 444-4300 Providence, RI (401) 455-0200 Boston, MA (617) 427-8888

275 Route 32, North Franklin, CT 06254, (860) 642-4200, Fax: (860) 642-7900 www.petrowskyauctioneers.com


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Virginia Contractors Auction

Public Auction

Frederick County VA Fairgrounds 3017 Martinsburg Pike, Clearbrook, VA (Winchester, VA)

Construction and Utility Equipment

Saturday, December 15, 2012 at 9 AM

Friday, December 14th @ 9:00 Auction Location:

601 Christiana Ave. Wilmington, DE 19801

Please call (302) 654-1846 or Marty Piela @ (302) 530-9103 for more information

Inspection on December 12th & 14th from 8am-5pm

Visit our website for a list of inventory & pictures

www.utilityauctions.net To consign equipment to this auction please contact Marty Piela @ (302) 530-9103

Selling for New River Landscapes, which is a two part liquidation, second part to be sold in the Spring. Also selling for local contractors, rental companies and others. EARLY HIGHLIGHTS TO INCLUDE: CASE 580K LDR BACKHOE, OROPS, 4X4, EXT HOE; CASE 580L LDR BACKHOE, 4X4, CAB, EXT HOE, 4000 HRS, VERY CLEAN; JD 410G LDR BACKHOE, 4X4, CAB, EXT HOE; JD 310D LDR BACKHOE, 4X4, CAB, EXT HOE; JD 310SE LDR BACKHOE, 4X4, CAB, EXT HOE; CAT 953C CRAWLER LDR, CAB, GP BKT, VERY NICE, HRS 4000; CAT 953C CRAWLER LDR, A/C, CAB, GP BKT, 60% U/C; JD 450H CRAWLER TRACTOR, 6 WAY BLADE; 2006 CAT 305CR HYD EXC, A/C, CAB; JD 772A MOTOR GRADER; TEREX SS 1056 4X4 10,000LB TELESCOPIC FORKLIFT W/FRONT STABILIZERS, 56 FT REACH; 2005 WACKER TRENCH PACK ROLLER, DSL ENG, HRS 700; KANGA WALK BEHIND SKIDSTEER, GAS ENG; BOSS POWER ANGLE SNOW PLOW, LIKE NEW; 2006 CHEVROLET 3500 DUMP TRK, GAS ENG, AUTO TRANS, MILES 64000; 2003 FORD F450 CREW CAB W/12’ FLATBED, STAKEBODY W/LIFT GATE, POWERSTROKE DSL ENG, AUTO TRANS; 2007 CHEVY CUT AWAY VAN W/FLATBED BODY & GOOSENECK HITCH; 1998 GMC TOP KICK S/A REEFER TRK, THERMO KING REEFER UNIT, CAT DSL ENG, AIR BRAKES; (2) 1994 FORD F SUPERDUTY 450 FLAT BED TRKS, 7.3 DSL, AUTO; 1988 FORD F700 S/A 12ft FLAT BED, SOLAR PANEL ARROW BOARD & A SAFE STOP ENERGY ABSORPTION CRASH CUSHION; (5) 2006 EAGER BEAVER 12 TON EQUIPMENT TRAILERS, AIR BRAKES TERMS OF SALE: Complete Payment on Sale Day with CASH or CASHIER’S CHECK. Company or Personal check accepted only if accompanied by a “Current Bank Letter of Guaranteed Payment”. Visa, MasterCard, Discover & American Express accepted – a 5% administrative fee charged on all non-cash/non-check purchases. BUYERS PREMIUM: A Buyers Premium of 10% will be charged to buyer on each lot up to $5,000.00 and a flat fee of $500 will be charged to buyer on each lot $5,001.00 and up. SAMPLE BANK LETTER: This letter is to confirm that (Bank Name) will honor checks drawn in an amount of (amount) from (Account Number) in the name of (Buyer’s Name). Proceeds will be used at the auction to be held on (Date of Auction). Online Bidding: There is a 2% Internet Purchase Fee charged on all online purchases Check our website www.gforceauction.com for full details, photos & updated listing.

Financing can be provided by Northern Atlantic Financial, LLC JoAnn Cucciarre: Office 800-710-4361 Cell 610-909-8023. All financing must be pre-approved prior to the auction

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RENTAL RETURN AUCTION CONSTRUCTION, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, FORKLIFTS, AERIAL LIFTS, MACK DUMP TRUCKS & TRAILERS (ALL LATE MODEL.) HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTALS ONSITE.

Hertz Equipment Rentals

AUCTION

HARRISBURG (HERTZ YARD), PA

NOTE: As in the past, this is one of the best quality sales in the United States with Hertz selling some of the latest and greatest equipment to be found anywhere. * DUE TO TIME CONSTRAINTS, MORE LATE MODEL EQUIPMENT WILL BE ADDED TO THIS SALE COMING OFF OF RENT.

LATE MODEL PRIMARILY NEW HOLLAND, CAT, JOHN DEERE CONSTRUCTION & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS. Capital Tractor

AUCTION

GREENWICH,(ALBANY), (Washington County Fairgrounds)

NEW YORK

NOTE: Selling will be late model construction & support equipment, trucks and trailers that are ready to go to work.

HILITES INCLUDE: 8 DUMP TRUCKS: (6) 2007 Mack CV713 (t/a), 2006 Int’l. 7500 (t/a), 2005 Ford F750 (s/a), 2 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2006 JD 120C, 2007 Takeuchi TB135, CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2006 JD 450JLGP, 7 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Case 580 Super M , (6) Case 580M (4x4), 12 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2005 IR SD100D, IR SD70TF, (3) 2006 IR SD70D, IR SD70D, (2) 2005 IR SD45D, (2) 2007-(2) 2005 Sakai SW800, TRENCH ROLLER: 2006 Wacker RT82SC, 3 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2004 Bobcat T300, 2006 Bobcat T250, 2006 Takeuchi TL130, MINI TRACK LOADER: 2005 Toro Dingo TX420, 9 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2005 IR VR1056C, (3) 2005 IR VR843, 2006-2005-2004 IR VR642C, 2005 Skytrak 8042, 2005 Lull 644E-42, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT: 2005 Harlo HP6500, 3 FORKLIFTS: 2006-2004 Toyota 7FGU25, 2005 Toyota 7FDU25, 11 SCISSOR LIFTS: 2005 Genie GS3384RT, 2006 Genie GS2632, 2005 Genie GS2032, 2005 Genie GS1930, 2003 JLG 3394RT, (2) 2004 JLG 2630ES, 2005-(3) 2004 JLG 1930ES, 10 AIR COMPRESSORS: (8) 2006-(2) 2005 IR P185WJD, 6 GENERATORS: 2005 Airman SDG25S, 2007 Multiquip DCA125USJ, 2007 Multiquip DCA85USJ, 2007 Multiuquip DCA70USI, 2008-2006 Multiquip DCA25USI, 2 WELDERS: (2) 2007 Miller Big Blue 300D, 12 LIGHT PLANTS: (6) 2005-2004 Genie TML4000N, 2005 Coleman RL4000, 2005 Wacker LTC4L, MESSAGE BOARD: 2007 Solartech MB4048, 2 PUMPS: 8in., 2004 Pioneer SAPP66S1 6in., CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: 2006 Multiquip MC94PH8 Concrete Mixer, SWEEPER: 2006 Broce RJ350, BOOM TRUCK: 2006 Int’l. 4200 w/Terex BT3470 (s/a), BUCKET TRUCK: 2000 Int’l. 4700 (s/a) , STAKE TRUCK: 2006 Int’l. 4200 (s/a), 2 SERVICE TRUCKS: (2) 2004 Ford F550, 2 PICKUPS: 2004 Ford F250XL (4x4), 2005 Ford F150XL (4x4), VAN: 2007 GMC Savanna, UTILITY VEHICLE: 2003 Taylor Dunn B2-10, ATTACHMENTS: Rollers: 2005 IR Padsfoot kit, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Target Walk Behind saws, 2003 Taylor-Dunn Carts, New Ratchet Straps, New Impact Wrenches, New Diamond Blades, New Mustang Pumps, New Water Pumps, New Mustang Rebar Cutters, New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches, New Platform Scales, New Hammer Drill, New Air Spray Gun Kits, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Plate Compactors, New Demo Saws.

HILITES INCLUDE: TROMMEL SCREENING PLANT: 2008 Wildcat 6-160 RHC, Generator: Cummins for 2008 Wildcat, 3 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2005 NH LW130, NH LW110, Fiat Allis FR15, HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Hitachi EX60G, 5 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: NH LB75B, NH 555E, (2) 2008 JD 310 Super J, 2005 JD 310 Super G, VIBRATORY ROLLER: 2006 IR SD70D, 8 SKID STEERS: 2011 NH L218, (4) NH L160, (2) 2011 JD 323D (cab), Bobcat 753, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFT: Lull 844C-42, BOOM LIFTS: Snorkel TB80, 5 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2010 Massey Ferguson GC2400 (4x4), Massey Ferguson 1429 (4x4), 2008 NH T1510 (4x4), NH TC33D (4x4), Kioti DK40 (4x4), SERVICE TRUCKS: 2004 Ford F550 (4x4), ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: New Fabtech 5500, New Fabtech 4800, Skid Steers: New Fabtech 60in. Brush Cutters, New Fabtech Backhoe Attachments, New Fabtech 60in. - 72in. Grapple Buckets, New Fabtech 66in. Root Grapples, New Fabtech 60in. Hay Spears, New Fabtech Stump Buckets, New Fabtech 428in. Forks & Frame, New Fabtech Quick Attach Plates, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (2) New Easy Kleen Magnum Gold Pressure Washers,Tires, New 4 Pack Ratchet Straps, New Impact Wrenches, New Premium Diamond Blades, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Air Spray Guns, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Plate Compactors, New 5 Ton Digital Platform Scales, Rebar Cutters, New Mustang Submersible & Water Pumps, New Cutoff/ Demo Saws, Impact Wrench Kit, 4 ton porta power.

DIRECTIONS: From I-81 North: take I-83 south to Rt. 322 East. Take First exit Penhar Drive at end of ramp, turn left on Penhar Drive. Site is first building on left. From I-81 South: take I-83 south to Rt. 322 east and follow as above. From PA Turnpike East or West: Get off at exit 247, (old exit 19) and head north on I-283. Get on Rt. 322 east and follow as above. Address: 470 Penhar Drive, Harrisburg, PA 17111. PA LICENSE #: AU-003051-E

DIRECTIONS: 25 miles north of Albany: Use I-87 North to Exit 14. Take Rt. 29 East, 14 miles to outskirts of Greenwich, sale site is on your left. Address: Washington County Fairgrounds, 398 Old Schuylerville Road, Greenwich, NY 12834.

FRIDAY, DEC. 21 @ 9:30 AM

SALE SITE PHONE: (518) 692-2464, (863) 325-5949

FRI., DEC. 28 @ 10:00 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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ADVERTISER INDEX A E D ........................................................................60 ACR EQUIPMENT CO ..........................................125 ALBAN CAT ..............................................................32 ALEX LYON & SON INC PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ..........................131 HOUSTON TX 12/12/12 ..............................135 KISSIMMEE FL 12/13 ATLANTIC CITY NJ 12/15 ............................137 HARRISBURG PA 12/21 ALBANY NY 12/28........................................141 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ..................23 ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP ............................7 ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ................120 ALLU GROUP ..........................................................60 ATLANTIC COAST CRANES ..................................61 ATLAS COPCO ........................................................78 BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ......................................87 BARGAINS ............................................................126 BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ..............................125 BECK EQUIPMENT ................................................54 BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ........................................19 BINDER MACHINERY CO ........................................3 BODINE MFG ........................................................118 BRANDYWINE TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT C ............32 C N WOOD CO INC ..................................................6 CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ........................................36 CAT AUCTION SERVICES EQUIPMENT YARD 12/14 ............................139 CATERPILLAR INC ................................................63 CEG SCALE MODELS ............................................64 CHADWICK-BAROSS ..............................................33 CHENANGO TRUCK ..............................................68 CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ..........36,54,70 CLASSIFIED ..................................................127,128 CLAYTON BLOCK & SUPPLY ................................26 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO ......................81 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ....49,74,134 COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC ..............108 CREAN EQUIPMENT ............................................125 DANELLA USED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT ............12 DAVE HALLMAN CHEVROLET ..............................34 DEACON EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................57 DOMINICS EQUIPMENT ........................................22 DONEGEAL HYDRAULICS ....................................54 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ........................100 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ............................107 DURATECH ..............................................................90 DW EQUIPMENT SALES ........................................57

DYNAPAC ..............................................................114 EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS ..................................67 EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ..........34,143 EDWARD EHRBAR INC ..........................................13 EESSCO ..................................................................79 ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ....................................52,58 ELLIOTT MACHINE WORKS INC ..........................69 EOP ......................................................................126 EQUIP-SALE AND LEASING CORP ....................123 EQUIPMENT CORP OF AMERICA ........................59 EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ......................37 ERRICKSON EQUIPMENT INC ............................108 EXODUS MACHINES ..............................................83 FELLING TRAILERS ................................................66 FLUID POWER ......................................................124 FOLEY INC ................................................................9 GEHL SKID STEER ..............................................110 GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP WINCHESTER VA 12/15 ..............................140 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ......................78 GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ..................12 GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE) ..........................113 H & R PARTS ..........................................................55 H O PENN MACHINERY CO INC ..........................16 HILL INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS ............................70 HULTDINS INC ......................................................118 HUNYADY AUCTION CO DUNBAR PA 12/12 ......................................136 HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ....................121 INDEXATOR INC ....................................................119 IROCK CRUSHERS ................................................96 IRON PLANET ......................................................133 JESCO ....................................................................21 JOHN DEERE ........................................................111 K W REESE INC ......................................................12 KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ........104 KLEEMAN ................................................................93 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ..................................115 KUBOTA ................................................................109 LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC ......................89 LIFTECH EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................30 LIUGONG ................................................................31 MESSICK’S ..............................................................22 METSO MINERALS CRUSHING ............................76 METSO MINERALS SCREENING ..........................91 MILTON CAT (DS) ....................................................35 MONROE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO INC ........96 MUNICIBID.COM ..................................................136

NORAM ..................................................................103 NORRIS SALES CO INC ........................................17 NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS ..................121 NORTH AMERICAN TRAFFIC ................................59 OPDYKE INC ..........................................................70 PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ..............................5,77 PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ..................................86 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC NORTH FRANKLIN CT 12/14/12..................138 PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ................................25 PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ....10,40,42,44,46 POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC ..........................97 POWERSCREEN NEW ENGLAND ........................85 RANSOME CAT ..........................................2,30,51,59 REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY ......................78 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS ..........................144 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ............................34 ROGERS BROTHERS CORP ................................69 RUDD EQUIPMENT CO ..........................................51 SANY AMERICA INC ..............................................57 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ................................125 SENNEBOGEN ........................................................95 SOUTHEASTERN EQUIPMENT CORP ..................56 SPECIALTY RENTALS & ATTACHMENTS ..............53 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC ..........................11 STU HARRIS ........................................................129 SUPERIOR INDUSTRIES ........................................90 TEREX CRANES ..................................................106 TEREX FUCHS ........................................................82 TERRA SELECT INC ..............................................92 THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ............124 TOWMASTER INC ..................................................71 TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ..........................15 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ........................29 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ............................35 UTILITY AUCTIONS INC WILMINGTON DE 12/14 ..............................140 VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ................................36 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA............72 WANTED ................................................................129 WANTED MACK TRUCKS ......................................30 WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ..............................6 WHITNEY & SON INC ............................................99 WILSON FINLEY ....................................................125 WINTER EQUIPMENT............................................124 WOODS CRW CORP ..............................................20

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Case CX210B with Rubber Tracks

RECENT TRADES 2011 Boss 8’ Skid Steer Plaow, Stk# 33360 ................$3,400

2005 Case 580SM II Loader Backhoe, Stk# 33427, 3764 Hours......................................................................................$40,000

2007 Astec Maxi Sneaker D Trencher, Stk# 33645, 579 Hours ................................................................................................$11,500

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

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

2006 Takeuchi TL150 Skid Loader, Stk# 33450, 3203 Hours ... ................................................................................................$25,000

Authorized Dealer for These Quality Lines: Eager Beaver & CAM Trailers • Rammer by Allied Hydraulic Hammers & Shakers • Sims Cabs & Cab Enclosures • Guest Industries Forks • Airman Portable Air Compressors • Zanetis Planers • Trailking Trailers • FFC Attachments Frank Beck

Pat DiCicco

Jim Lutz

Tom Scott

Richard Verna

Rodney Bush

Dean J. Leonetti

S. Montgomery Co.

Phila Co. & Bucks Co.

Bucks & N. Montgomery Counties

S. Chester Co., Cecil County, MD, New Castle Co., DE

Delaware Co. & S. Chester Co.

215/870-4546

215/680-9203

215/870-8567

302/530-9134

610/420-4770

Skid Steer/Trencher Specialist Delaware Co., S. Chester Co., New Castle Co. DE, Cecil Co. MD

Skid Steer/Trencher Specialist Philadelphia Co., S. Montgomery Co., Bucks Co. & N. Chester Co.

302/354-1947

215/783-1847

Dean R. Leonetti, Sales Manager

953 Bethlehem Pk (Route 309) Montgomeryville, PA 18936 215/699-5871 Fax 215/699-6416 NEW HOURS Mon.-Fri. 7AM-5:30PM

215/699-5871

2211 Dupont Highway New Castle, DE 19720 302/652-3028 Fax 302/652-7540 NEW HOURS Mon.-Fri. 7AM-5PM

55 Senn Drive Eagle, PA 610/458-7054 Fax 610/458-7094 NEW HOURS Mon.-Fri. 7:30AM-4PM


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CATERPILLAR 365BL | NORTH EAST, MD

2005 EXTEC C12 | RALEIGH-DURHAM, NC

1 OF 2– 2005 CATERPILLAR 730 6X6 | CONSHOHOCKEN, PA

CATERPILLAR D8R | CONSHOHOCKEN, PA

2009 CATERPILLAR 321DL CR | CONSHOHOCKEN, PA

2007 LINK-BELT 330LX | NASHVILLE, TN

2008 CATERPILLAR 16M | RALEIGH-DURHAM, NC

1 OF 2– 2005 VOLVO A35D 6X6 | NORTH EAST, MD

1 OF 3– 2004 VOLVO A25D 6x6 | RALEIGH-DURHAM, NC

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