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President and Representative Director of Yokohama Rubber, Hikomitsu Noji, Yokohama executives, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant, state officials and more than 300 guests. Alan Easome, senior director of new plant development of Yokohama Tire Corp. said Yokohama chose Mississippi after an extensive comparative analysis and the consideration of several factors.

Construction employment jumped by the largest monthly amount in nearly seven years in January, bringing industry employment to the highest level since July 2009, according to an analysis of new government data by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials noted that, at the current rate of growth, it would not take long before many firms begin having difficulty finding enough skilled workers to meet demand. “Despite a second month of unusually severe weather in much of the nation, contractors more than offset the job losses that occurred in December,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “All segments of the industry added workers for the month, and the sector has increased employment at nearly double the all-industry rate in the past 12 months.” Construction employment totaled 5.9 million in January, the highest total in 4-1/2 years and an increase of 48,000 from a month earlier — the largest one-month gain since April 2007, Simonson noted. For the year, construction employment rose by 179,000 or 3.1 percent, compared with an increase of 1.7 percent for total nonfarm payroll employment. Nonresidential construction firms added 31,300 new jobs in January and 57,100 (1.6 percent) over 12 months while residential firms added 16,800 jobs for the month and 121,400 (5.8 percent) over the year.

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Yokohama Tire Plant Drives Economy Forward By Cindy Riley In West Point, Miss., crews are making significant progress as work continues on a 920,000 sq. ft. (85,470.8 sq m) truck and bus tire manufacturing plant. Yokohama Tire Manufacturing Mississippi held a groundbreaking ceremony for the $300 million project in September, an event attended by

Despite Severe Weather, Industry Adds 48,000 Jobs

Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Clears Significant Hurdle By Matthew Daly ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON (AP) The long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline cleared a major hurdle toward approval Jan. 31, a serious blow to environmentalists’ hopes that President Barack Obama will block the controversial project running more than 1,000 miles from Canada through the heart of the United States. The State Department reported no major environmental objections to the proposed $7 billion pipeline, which has become a symbol of

the political debate over climate change. Republicans and some oil- and gas-producing states in the United States — as well as Canada’s minister of natural resources — cheered the report, but it further rankled environmentalists already at odds with Obama and his energy policy. The report stops short of recommending approval of the pipeline, but the review gives Obama new support if he chooses to endorse it in spite of opposition from many Democrats and environmental groups. Foes say the pipeline would carry “dirty oil’’ that contributes

to global warming, and they also express concern about possible spills. Pushing back on the notion that the pipeline is now headed for speedy approval, the White House said the report isn’t the final step and noted that the report includes “a range of estimates of the project’s climate impacts.’’ Only after various U.S. agencies and the public have a chance to weigh the report and other data will a decision be made, said White House spokesman Matt Lehrich. “The president has clearly stated that the see KEYSTONE page 82


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..............................................$105,000-$210,000 (2) 2008 VOLVO A30E, 7252-7614 Hrs ........$175,000 Ea.

(5) 2010 Volvo A40E, 1514-2709 hrs, $390,000 - $395,000

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2012 Volvo L90G, 2549 hrs, $170,000

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2011 VOLVO EC460C LC, 3903 Hrs ..................$280,000

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2011 VOLVO G946, 1513 Hrs ........................$240,000

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Using Komatsu’s KOMTRAX remote machine-monitoring technology you can get critical information about your machines over the Web. You can know instantly what they’re doing, when they did it, where they’re located, how they can be used more efficiently, and when they need to be serviced. By using the KOMTRAX information available from your Tier 3 and Tier 4 Interim machines you can see how efficiently your machines are being used. Excessive idling can be detrimental in several ways by putting unnecessary hours on a machine which means faster service intervals, increased wear and tear, warranty hours that expire faster and ultimately lower resale value because of extra hours.

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Kobelco to Donate $100K to Wounded Warrior Project Kobelco Construction Machinery USA plans to donate $100,000 to the non-profit organization Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) from the sale of five Kobelco SK350 limited edition crawler excavators. One of these machines will be on display in Silver Lot Booth 4408 at ConExpo 2014 from March 4 to March 8 in Las Vegas. Supplementing the company’s donation will be monies collected from attendees making donations throughout the show in Kobelco’s exhibit. The WWP supports a full range of programs and services for this generation of injured veterans and their families. More than 47,000 servicemen and women have been injured in the recent military conflicts. In addition to the physical wounds, it is estimated that as many as 400,000 service members live with the visible wounds of war including combat-related stress, major depression and posttraumatic stress disorder. Another 320,000 are believed to have experienced a traumatic brain injury while on deployment.

WWP’s 18 programs and services are uniquely structured to nurture the mind and body and encourage economic empowerment and engagement, according to the organization. Throughout the five day ConExpo event, attendees can stop by Kobelco’s booth to have their photo taken with this special machine, which is wrapped in graphics designed to salute our troops and includes the logos of all five of our armed force divisions. The machine’s bucket will serve as a dona-

tion drop point for attendees wishing to support the WWP. Graphic displays nearby the machines will thank the five authorized Kobelco dealers who have purchased the SK350’s as well as the end-user retail customers who will put them to work in the field. “It has been a tradition for Kobelco to include a patriotic component in our ConExpo display every three years when this expansive show is held in Las Vegas. This year’s theme was a natural tie-in to the WWP and we are excited to be able to

raise funds to help with their efforts in honoring and supporting the needs of our veterans. Kobelco cares and is thankful for the opportunity to give something back to those men and women who sacrificed their lives to make ours safer,” said Ron Hargrave, vice president of operations of Kobelco Construction Machinery USA. All Kobelco employees working within the booth space will help support the onsite efforts at the show to raise as many funds as possible for the WWP. The show attendance is anticipated to be more than 120,000 people. For more information, visit www.KOBELCO-USA.com or www.woundedwarriorproject.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) Attendees can stop by Kobelco’s booth to have their photo taken with this special machine, which is wrapped in graphics designed to salute our troops and includes the logos of all five of our armed force divisions.


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Thompson Machinery Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony

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hompson Machinery, a Caterpillar dealer, has begun construction on a new facility to serve the Tupelo, Miss., area. The start of construction was commemorated at a groundbreaking ceremony held on Jan. 31 at the site of the new store, located at 421 Wallace Drive in Belden, Miss. Thompson, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2014, is well-established in the area as the regional distributor of Caterpillar equipment. The new facility is designed to enhance Thompson’s full service commitment to the area and its development needs, especially through the expansion of its product support capabilities. “We are excited to build a new facility in a region where city and state officials are willing to invest in the city’s infrastructure and they are capable of attracting new business to the area. Additionally, there is a great school system in place and the community is a wonderful place to live,” said De Thompson V, president of Thompson Machinery. “With the current momentum and strong economic outlook, we are confident to make this investment. We believe this is going to be an attractive place for a variety of businesses for decades to come.” The significant increase in truck traffic on Highway 78 (future I-22) due to Toyota, Toyota suppliers and other industrial investment throughout North Mississippi, is another reason Thompson chose the new location. The new 42,000 sq. ft. (3901.9 sq m) facility, located just off the Highway 9 South exit from Highway 78, represents an investment of more than $6 million in the North Mississippi infrastructure. It will include a shop for construction, forestry and agricultural equipment, on-highway trucks and power generation, housed in 17 bays. Four 7.5 ton (6.8 t) bridge cranes and four jib cranes will be deployed in an innovative quad design that allows more options for placing machines and engines in the shop for repair. Also planned is an undercarriage shop with full track press, which will allow Thompson to continue to provide quick turnaround on undercarriage repairs. An 8,000 sq. ft. (743.2 sq m) parts warehouse will be capable of cross docking to allow flexibility in scheduling Thompson Machinery’s overnight parts shuttle service. The facility will house 11,000 sq. ft. (1,021.9 sq m) of office space, including a meeting room, training room, and indoor machine display area, for both Thompson’s sales and rental operations. General contractor on the project is Century Construction in Tupelo, Miss. De Thompson said additional local contractors and firms will be utilized both during and after construction. Completion of the new Thompson facility in Belden is projected to be late 2014. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

(L-R): John Thompson, general sales manager of Thompson Machinery; Mabel Murphree, representative of U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker; Myles Russell, representative of U.S. Rep. Alan Nunnelee; De Thompson V, president of Thompson Machinery; Brad Fultz, district manager of Caterpillar Inc. Nashville, officially break ground on the Thompson Machinery facility.

Steve Lainhart, vice president of Power Systems of Thompson Machinery, addresses the ceremony attendees.

Thompson Machinery corporate and Tupelo, Miss., staff members participate in the groundbreaking ceremony.

Caterpillar machines on display at the new store site.

Sherman, Miss., Mayor Ben Logan addresses the attendees.

Machine displays at the site of the upcoming Thompson Machinery facility draws a crowd.


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In a highly anticipated decision, the Supreme Court of Texas agreed with a contractor that its agreement to perform a construction project “in a good and workmanlike manner did not enlarge its obligations and was not an ‘assumption of liability’ within the meaning of the [contractor’s insurance] policy’s contractual liability exclusion.” Contractors in Texas and across the country were keeping a close eye on the outcome of the case of Ewing Construction Co. Inc. v. Amerisure Insurance Co., in which the Texas Supreme Court was charged with responding to two questions: “1. Does a general contractor that enters into a contract in which it agrees to perform its construction work in a good and workmanlike manner, without more specific provisions enlarging this obligation, ‘assume liability’ for damages arising out of the contractor’s defective work so as to trigger the Contractual Liability Exclusion. 2. If the answer to question one is ‘Yes’ and the contractual liability exclusion is triggered, do the allegations in the underlying lawsuit alleging that the contractor violated its common law duty to perform the contract in a careful, workmanlike, and non-negligent manner fall within the exception to the contractual liability exclusion for ‘liability that would exist in the absence of contract.’” In its Jan. 17 opinion, the Texas Supreme Court wrote: “[W]e conclude that a general contractor who agrees to perform its construction work in a good and workmanlike manner, without more, does not enlarge its duty to exercise ordinary care in fulfilling its contract, thus it does not ‘assume liability’ for damages arising out of its defective work so as to trigger the Contractual Liability Exclusion. We answer the first question ‘no’ and, therefore, need not answer the second question.” In the case, Ewing, the general contractor, was faced with a lawsuit alleging defective construction of a tennis facility for a school district in Corpus Christi. Amerisure, Ewing’s CGL insurer, refused to defend, citing a litany of policy provisions, including the Contractual Liability Exclusion, as purported defenses. Although not directly



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contractor’s work simply because that property damage may breach its contract has a profoundly negative effect on CGL coverage for the construction industry,” the associations told the court. To decide otherwise would be “nothing short of a radical departure from the means by which CGL coverage has traditionally been provided by the insurance industry to contractors.” The Court relied on its August 2007 opinion in Lamar Homes v. Mid-Continent Casualty, which held that coverages should be determined based on exclusions in the policy. ASA filed a brief in the Lamar Homes case in February 2006. ASA’s Subcontractors Legal Defense Fund financed the brief. The SLDF supports ASA’s critical legal activities in precedentsetting cases to protect the interests of all subcontractors. ASA taps the SLDF to fund amicus briefs in appellate-level cases that would have a significant impact on subcontractor rights. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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CATERPILLAR, D8R,D8T, Used, 3377119/43238 CATERPILLAR, D5M,D5M LGP,D5N, New, 2096089/32261 BLADE, OTHER

CATERPILLAR, D9N,D9R, Used, C063880A1 CATERPILLAR, D11R, Used, BL213 BLADE, SU

CATERPILLAR, D8T,D8R, Used, 2458152/33280 BOOMS

CATERPILLAR, 375, Used, 1056205/36608 BRAKE GRP

CATERPILLAR, D6R LGP, Rebuilt, 8E5273/38926 BUCKET, GP

CATERPILLAR, 345B,345B II,345B LC,345B LC II,345BL,345BL II,350, Used, 1389673/29067 CATERPILLAR, 416C,416D,416E, 420C, 420D, 420E,426C, New, 1345869/30959 CATERPILLAR, 216,216B,226,226B, 228, 232,242,246,247,252,256,257,262,267, 268,272,277,287, New, 2856095/32284 CATERPILLAR, 345B,350, Used, 1366241/32499 CATERPILLAR, 330C, Used, 3029013/32549 CATERPILLAR, 318,318B,318C, Used, 1882243/43743 CATERPILLAR, 318,318B,318C, Used, 2392536/43744

CAB, OTHER

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PETERBILT, 13-210,224,265,281,300,310, 320,330,335,340,341,346,348,348A,348M ,348N,348S,349,349A,351,351A,351ST,35 2A,352M,352S,353,357,358,358A,358M,3 58ST,359,359A,359B,359M,359S,359ST,3 62,367,372,375,376,377,378,379,379EXH D,381,383,385,386,CB300, Rebuilt, 6I3479/2562

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CATERPILLAR, 973C, Used, 3W8424/31118 CATERPILLAR, D6R, Rebuilt, 2012078/31951 FINAL DRIVE

CATERPILLAR, 980G, Rebuilt, 1605585/8037 CATERPILLAR, D6N LGP, Used, 1914932/39599 & 39600 CATERPILLAR, 973, Used, 8G0278/36396 CATERPILLAR, 953C, Rebuilt, 1122360/3197 CATERPILLAR, 320, Rebuilt, 7Y1571/37840 CATERPILLAR, 345B, Rebuilt, 1362847 CATERPILLAR, D11N, Rebuilt, 9W3649 CATERPILLAR, 375,375L,5080, Rebuilt, 7Y0884/38294 & 38296 H LINK

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CATERPILLAR, 16, Used, 9M6170/40878 CATERPILLAR, D8N, Rebuilt, 3T5832/43263 CATERPILLAR, 637G, Used, 1974583/3217 CATERPILLAR, 836, Used, 1431234/3209 CATERPILLAR, 950H, Used, 1685223/28772 CATERPILLAR, D10L,D10, Used, 6P6412/31183 CATERPILLAR, D10R, Used, 1102769/35220 CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 1M3808/36611 TRACK FRAME

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CATERPILLAR, 973,973C, Used, 3G3046/42913 CATERPILLAR, D11N, Rebuilt, 4T4911/32405 ROLLER

CATERPILLAR, 304.5,305.5, New, 1584765/35694 CATERPILLAR, 5130, New, 1554102/32845

TRANSMISSIONS

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CATERPILLAR, 769D, Rebuilt, 230206/32272

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Kirk Erlinger…

Tadano America Names Southeast Sales Manager

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marketing and selling Tramac rock breaker boom systems and unique excavator attachments under the “Tramac” and “Muscle Mate” brands. In Canada, Tramac Equipment Limited remains the exclusive distributor of Montabert hydraulic breakers and demolition attachments. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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ConExpo 2008 Las Vegas, Nevada Iron Rush ConExpo Draws Construction Industry to Vegas This ConExpo article was published in Construction Equipment Guide (CEG) on April 2, 2008. This and other ConExpo articles to follow will be part of a continuing series that take a look back at ConExpos past through the reporting of CEG. We hope you enjoy these retros as much as we did searching for them deep in our archives.

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onExpo-Con/AGG 2008 and the colocated IFPE 2008 expositions have set records for attendance, exhibit space and number of exhibiting companies. ConExpoCon/AGG 2008 is the largest trade show in North America of any industry in 2008. ConExpo-Con/AGG 2008 and IFPE 2008 expositions are known as global showcases of the latest equipment, product innovations and technological advances for the construction, construction materials and power transmission industries. More than 144,600 industry professionals from around the world attended ConExpo-Con/AGG 2008 and IFPE 2008 during their five-day run March 11 to 15 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nev. ConExpo-Con/AGG 2008 covered more than 2.28 million net sq. ft. (211,966 net sq m) of exhibits, taken by 2,182 exhibitors, and was 21 percent larger than the last show, held in 2005. IFPE 2008 also was the largest in

its history with more than 129,000 net sq. ft. (11,994 net sq m) of exhibit space used by 469 exhibitors — a 16 percent increase in space compared to 2005. A record number of international industry professionals visited the shows — more than 28,000, which is more than 19 percent of total attendance and represents more than 30 percent growth compared to the last edition of the shows. International visitors to the shows hailed from more than 130 non-U.S. countries. The shows were the industry gathering place in 2008. Some 105 allied industry groups were “supporting organizations” of ConExpoCon/AGG 2008 and IFPE 2008, bringing their memberships to the shows. In addition to U.Sbased groups, these included international industry-related organizations from Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Finland, Germany, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom and Venezuela. A record 11 associations held annual conventions or board meetings at the shows, and overall a record number of more than 530 industry-related meetings were held in conjunction with


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ConExpo-Con/AGG 2008 and IFPE 2008. ConExpo-Con/AGG 2008 hosted a visit by Admiral Woody Sutton, the U.S. Department of Commerce Assistant Secretary for Manufacturing and Services, on March 12. Sutton toured the show and met with show officials and exhibitors to discuss global trade issues. ConExpo-Con/AGG 2008 also was the site of the first ever Construction Challenge competition, initiated by show organizer Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). The creative problem-solving competition was designed to interest teens in construction careers, while calling attention to industry workforce shortages and infrastructure renewal needs. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG Coming next issue: Positive vibes pervade ConExpo Con/AGG 2011.


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For more information on paving, compaction and milling equipment, as well as comparison charts, visit CEG's Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.

Bergkamp Improves Fleet Utilization Efforts With SP Series Bergkamp Inc. provides governmental system allows the working boom operator to agencies and contractors a cost-effective be positioned in front of the chassis for solution to the challenge of maximizing fleet increased safety. Typical roll-off pothole utilization with its new SP series spray injec- patchers require the working boom operator tion pothole patcher product family. Many to work behind the chassis, subject to fleet vehicles used for seasonal purposes sit approach from oncoming traffic. The truck-mounted SP5 and SP8 spray idle for months at a time, severely impacting fleet utilization rates. Traditional roll-off pot- injection patchers also are equipped with a hole patchers allow the use of existing dual chamber (60/40) aggregate hopper that under-utilized fleet chassis, but require the allows the distribution of two different graagencies to forfeit the benefit of a front- dations of aggregate for more efficient repair of deeper potholes. A mounted working boom. The exclusive version with automatic design of the Bergkamp SP Series features a operations from the manually-controlled front working boom cab is available in option that addresses this challenge. addition to manual Existing conventional or even cab-forward operations from the fleet chassis such as snowground in front of plow vehicles may be the truck. The equipped with the T h e trailer-mounted removable front work- trailerSPT spray injecing boom and dis- mounttion patcher features mountable configura- ed SPT spray injection tion. This integrated patcher features manual operations. manual operations.

The Bergkamp spray injection patchers are the only units on the market compatible with Bergkamp’s optional InPave pothole patching management system. This system was designed as an intelligent management option on the electric-heated FP5 flameless pothole patcher and is now available on the SP Series machines. As potholes are repaired, InPave automatically gathers and reports data such as quantity of potholes The truckrepaired, location, time and material used mounted SP5 and SP8 spray injection for each repair, and material levels and patchers also are equipped with a dual temperatures. Retrieved from any com- chamber (60/40) aggregate hopper that puter with internet access, the data can allows the distribution of two different grathen be turned into easy-to-read reports dations of aggregate for more efficient that assist managers and owners in evalu- repair of deeper potholes. ating current and historic production. transfer into a pavement management sysThey also can use this data to verify patching tem. performance and material usages, trouFor more information, call 785/825-1375 bleshoot potential pothole problems and or visit www.bergkampinc.com. help reduce inefficiencies. There is no soft(This story also can be found on ware to download, and the InPave data can Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at be downloaded into multiple file types for www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Bomag Cedarapids CR552 Paver Offers More Production The Bomag Cedarapids CR552 mainline paver delivers the power and production required for fullwidth paving applications such as airports, interstates and state highways, industrial paving projects, and major county road and highway construction. The paver’s heavy-duty frame and bogie pivot, kingpin and bogie bearings offer a hopper load bearing capacity of up to 27 tons (24.5 t), delivering the extra surge capacity necessary to handle mainline paving. The CR552’s 260 hp (194 kW) diesel engine meets stringent Tier IVi (Stage III B) emissions standards, while offering the power to efficiently handle full-width paving and ample reserve to operate electric screeds and lights for night paving. The 6-cylinder, 24valve engine varies the fuel stream to use only the amount of fuel nec-

essary for the application, resulting in greater fuel economy and quieter operation. The CR552 paver provides 35 percent greater footprint than comparable pavers for increased flotation. Its heavy-duty rear drive motor offers increased draw-bar pull for increased tractive effort. Contractors can further improve draw-bar pull by up to 50 percent over normal two-wheel drive systems by equipping the paver with the front wheel drive assist option. “With the CR552, contractors get the low cost and higher speeds of a rubber tire paver without sacrificing traction,” said Bill Rieken, road building specialist of Bomag. A cooling system keeps the CR552 running cooler and the engine compartment cleaner for optimum reliability. A singlewidth, triple-element radiator effi-

ciently cools engine water, charge air and hydraulic oil, while the hydraulically driven, variablespeed cooling fan turns only as fast as necessary to improve fuel economy and reduce noise levels. Cooling air is drawn from above the hood rather than ground level for cleaner air quality and exists primarily through the front grill, resulting in a pressurized engine compartment that reduces debris infiltration. Unlike pavers with transverse mounted engines, the CR552’s air flow and engine mounting is less likely to affect today’s popular sonic grade control systems with waves of hot air, according to the manufacturer. The Cedarapids CR552 paver features the frame raise and threepoint suspension systems. The frame raise system raises and lowers the rear of the paver, which

allows the operator to fine-tune the head of material at the spreading augers, reducing segregation. By isolating the frame from the drive system, three-point suspension essentially “floats” the pavers over subbase irregularities, maintaining consistent material feed height at the screed. A proportional steer assist is available for the CR552 rubber tire paver. This system enhances maneuverability by holding a tighter turning radius and is essential when paving with material transfer devices. Applied in three stages — low, medium and high — the system is controlled by a toggle switch on the operator’s console. As the steering wheel is turned when the toggle switch is at medium setting, the proportional steering system gradually decreases the signal to the inside drive

wheel and increases the signal to the outside tire. This helps maneuverability by allowing the paver to better hold the line, whether paving straight or in cul-de-sacs. Contractors can equip the CR552 paver with two screed models — the Fastach 10 or Stretch 20, both available with either diesel or electric heating systems. Depending on screed model, this 10-ft. (3 m) paver delivers mainline paving widths reaching 30 ft. (9.1 m) at depths up to 12 in. (30.5 cm). For more information, call 309/853-3571 or visit www.bomag.com/us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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BOMAG introduces the new standard for affordable, user-friendly 12-ton soil compactors. The new BW211-40 series is loaded with ergonomic features to reduce operator fatigue. Plus it delivers over 53,000 lbs. of centrifugal force (nearly 62,000 lbs. for pad foot roller) over its massive 84-in working width. Other benefits include: •Redesigned, vibration-isolated operator’s platform with easy to use controls and improved sight lines •Shorter stop to stop steering input for less fatigue, 12-degree oscillation and 35-degree steering angle for optimum maneuverability •Easy open, no tool hood for better engine access •EPA-compliant Tier 3 diesel engines For detailed specs and full list of features and benefits on BOMAG 40-series rollers, visit

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CP Introduces Ride-On Asphalt Rollers Brand new to the North American marketplace is Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment’s complete line of compact tandem asphalt rollers and soil compactors, available now from authorized distributors across North America. The introduction of ride-on rollers offers a larger-scale complement to the line of Chicago Pneumatic light compaction equipment. The models being introduced in North America include articulated tandem asphalt rollers in both gasoline and diesel models, as well as small vibratory rollers for soil compaction. The new models now available in North America are as follows: • AR90G small articulated tandem asphalt roller (gasoline) • AR100 small articulated tandem asphalt roller (diesel) • AR120 compact articulated tandem asphalt roller • SR130D small vibratory soil roller • SR130PD small vibratory soil roller About the AR90G and AR100 Utilized primarily for small-scale compaction work like patching, bicycle paths, small parking lots and driveways, these articulated tandem asphalt rollers are designed for easy transport and operator usability. The AR90G is a gasoline version and features vibration on the front drum, with drive on both the front and rear drums. The diesel-driven AR100 comes with vibration and drive standard on both front and rear drums.

About the AR120 Designed for quiet operation in sensitive environments, the AR120 is most utilized on roadways in urban areas where a compact size and noise-reduction technology is most important. Equipped with a Kubota water-cooled diesel engine, the AR120 is powerful enough for mediumduty to heavy-duty applications, yet versatile and compact enough to be used on lighter-duty applications as well. About the SR130D/SR130PD Designed for compaction of pipe trenches and on-road shoulder work in mind, the strong welded frame and thick drum shell boost the longevity and reliability of the machine. The compact and maneuverable framework of the SR130 models allow for stability even on steep slopes. The PD version is equipped with pads and a drum drive, making it suitable for the compaction of silt and clay soils. About the Line The entire line of newly released rollers to the North American marketplace are engineered with operator comfort in mind, featuring spacious platforms, and ergonomically positioned steps. Shock mounts and a sliding operator seat also comes standard on the roller models. The sleek, legible instrument panel includes a warning panel and a fuel gauge to reduce incidents on the job site. For more information, visit www.cp.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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(L-R) at the groundbreaking are Mike Briggs — president and CEO Central South Carolina Alliance; Milton Pope — Fairfield County administrator; Philip Land — regional director of Sen. Lindsey Graham’s office; Carolyn Robinson — Fairfield County councilperson; Gov. Nikki Haley — governor, South Carolina; Walter Link — president, Bomag Americas; Rob Mueckler —VP sales and marketing, Bomag Americas; Dwayne Perry — Fairfield County councilperson; Dave Dennison — marketing manager, Bomag Americas; Mary Lynn Kinley — Fairfield County councilperson; and David Brown — Fairfield County councilperson.

Bomag Americas Breaks Ground on New North American Headquarters Bomag Americas Inc. representatives along with South Carolina State and local officials held a groundbreaking ceremony Feb. 5 in Ridgeway, S.C., on the future site of the manufacturer’s new North American headquarters. The new 127,600 sq. ft. facility will house 107,100 sq. ft. of spare parts warehousing and machine assembly area along with 20,500 sq. ft. of office space. “We congratulate Bomag on their announcement of an $18.2 million investment and the creation of 121 new jobs,” said South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley. Coming on the heels of its asphalt paving and reclamation equipment lines acquisition in 2013, Bomag chose this strategic location — situated within 30 mi. of Columbia and 70 mi. of Charlotte, N.C. — to advance product and service support for its customers and distribution network. “We believe this area offers our company several strategic benefits, such as: close to port of entry, proximity to an air hub for spare parts fulfillment and a climate conducive to offering year-round sales and service training for our customers,” said Walter Link, president of Bomag Americas Inc. Rob Mueckler, vice president of sales of Bomag, added, “The primary objective of this new facility is to strengthen the services of our North American organization with the purpose of being closer to and better serving our customers.” A global organization, Bomag manufactures and markets a broad range of light and heavy compaction, asphalt paving, and soil stabilization and asphalt reclamation equipment. Last year’s acquisition of Cedarapids commercial and mainline pavers and material transfer equipment as well as CMI Reclaimer/Stabilizers expanded its equipment offering to road building contractors. Today, Bomag offers customers a full range of asphalt rehabilitation and paving equipment,

ranging from half-lane milling machines, reclaimer/stabilizers and material transfer equipment to asphalt pavers and highway-class tandem vibratory and pneumatic rollers. Bomag looks to begin construction of the new facility in March with an anticipated completion date sometime in October 2014, when the manufacturer will begin the move from its current Kewanee, Ill., headquarters. The new facility’s 107,100 sq. ft. warehousing area includes dedicated equipment assembly space, where workers will customize the company’s compaction and road building equipment with special features designed specifically for the North American market. “Our Kewanee facility has served Bomag well for decades with an exceptional workforce dedicated to the success of the company,” added Link. “This new Ridgeway facility is strategically located and positions Bomag to meet our customer’s needs today and well into the future. We are excited for this next chapter of Bomag’s successful history in North America.” “Fairfield County is pleased to welcome Bomag Americas as the anchor tenant in our new industrial park, Fairfield Commerce Center,” said David L. Ferguson, chairman of the Fairfield County Council. “The decision of this world-class company to locate in Fairfield County is further evidence that our strategic location on the I-77 corridor, skilled workforce and business friendly environment provide the key components businesses need to be successful.” For more information, call 309/853-3571 or visit www.bomag.com/us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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LIEBHERR MODEL Model Number A900C Litronic A904C Litronic A924 R924 R926 R924C Compact Swing R936 R946 R956 R966 R976

ENGINE HP (KW) Engine hp (kW) 129 (95) 143 (105) 175 (129) 157 (115) 175 (129) 163 (120) 218 (160) 272 (200) 326 (240) 435 (320) 544 (400)

HITACHI MODEL Model Number ZX17U-2 ZX27U-3 ZX35U-5 ZX50U-5 ZX60USB-5 ZX75US-5 ZX85USB-5 ZX130-5 ZX135US-5 ZX160LC-5 ZX180LC-5 ZX190W-3 ZX210LC-5 ZX220W-3 ZX245USLC-5 ZX250LC-5 ZX290LC-5 ZX350LC-5 ZX380LC-5 ZX470LC-5 ZX670LC-5 ZX870LC-5 EX1200-6 BE backhoe EX1200-6 front shovel EX1900-6 BE backhoe EX1900-6 front shovel EX2600-6 backhoe EX2600-6 front shovel EX3600-6 backhoe EX3600-6 front shovel EX5600-6 BE backhoe EX5600-6 front shovel EX8000-6 front shovel

ENGINE HP (KW) Engine (kW) 14.8 (11) 26.4 (19.7) 23.3 (17.4) 35.9 (26.8) 53 (39.6) 56.9 (42.4) 56.9 (42.4) 72 (97) 97 (72) 121 (90) 121 (90) 159 (119) 159 (119) 159 (119) 159 (119) 188 (140) 188 (140) 271 (202) 271 (202) 367 (270) 463 (345) 532 (397) 760 (567) 760 (567) 1,086 (810) 1,086 (810) 1,500 (1,119) 1,500 (1,119) 1,944 (1,450) 1,944 (1,450) 3,000 (2,238) 3,000 (2,238) 3,888 (2900)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG) ) Operating Weight Lbs. (Kg 413) 36,800-42,800 (16,692-19, 092) 41,200-46,500 (18,688-21, 490) -26, 409 (21, 0 8,40 00-5 47,2 600) -27, ,500 (23 0 54,345-57,32 950) 59,305-61,950 (25,700-28, 119) 55,445-64,043 (12,223- 14, 850) -33, ,550 (30 5 2,64 50-7 67,3 00) 83,886-91,712 (38,050- 41,6 -57,100) 109,349-125,884 (49,600 -76,300) 145,505-168,213 (66,000 500) -95, ,300 (85 ,541 -210 ,054 188

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG) ) Operating Weight Lbs. (Kg 4,173 (1,893) 6,358 (2,887) 7,760 (3,520) 10,560 (4,790) 13,547 (6,145) 18,221 (8,265) 19,564 (8,874) 26,013 (11 810) 32,819 (14 900) 36,487 (16 565) 40,419 (18 350) 700) 43,211-45,636 (19 600-20 47,137 (21 400) 588) 49,207-52,003 (22 320-23 56,167 (25,500) 54,498 (24,700) 63,273 (28,700) 76,258 (34,590) 81,712 (37 064) 108,952 (49 420) 158,045 (71 688) 193,255 (87 659) 246,920 (112 000) 251,330 (114 000) 423,280 (192 000) 421,075 (191 000) 560,000 (254 000) 556,000 (252 000) 795,900 (361 000) 791,500 (359 000) 1,184,000 (537 053) 1,175,000 (532 971) 1,787,900 (811 000)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M) Digging Depth ft. (m) 19 (5.8) 21.8 (6.6) 21.2 (6.5) 22.6 (6.9) 23.2 (7) 22.6 (6.9) 23.2 (7) 25.3 (7.7) 26.11 (8.3) 29.1 (8.9) 35.7 (10.9)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M) Digging Depth ft. (m) 7.1 (2.17) 8.6 (2.59) 10 (3.06) 11.7 (3.53) 12.4 (3.77) 13.6 (4.11) 13.1 (3.99) 18.3 (5.57) 18 (5.49) 19.7 (5.98) 21.7 (6.57) 19.2 (5.83) 20.3 (6.18) 20.8 (6.29) 20.1 (6.12) 22.10 (6.96) 23.9 (7.23) 22.5 (6.84) 24.3 (7.38) 27.2 (8.28) 30.0 (9.15) 31.5 (9.57) 26.5 (8.05) 15.8 (4.78) 26.10 (8.18) 19.5 (5.92) 27.1 (8.25) 12.3 (3.72) 28.2 (8.58) 12.0 (3.91) 28.11 (8.80) 14.11 (4.55) 13.5 (4.1)

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DIGGING REACH FT. (M) Digging Reach ft. (m) 29.1 (8.87) 31.8 ( 9.7) 34.5 (10.5) 33 (10.1) 33.8 (10.3) 31.1 (9.5) 35.1 (10.7) 37.11 (11.3) 41 (12.5) 44.5 (13.6) 50.1 (15.3)

DIGGING REACH FT. (M) Digging Reach ft. (m) 12.1 (3.9) 15.4 (4.67) 17.1 (5.21) 19.7 (5.96) 20.5 (6.23) 21.1 (6.43) 23.8 (7.21) 27.4 (8.32) 27.6 (8.38) 29.1 (8.87) 30.11 (9.43) 31.5 (9.58) 30.11 (9.43) 33.4 (10.17) 31.7 (9.62) 33.9 (10.29) 35.2 (10.71) 34.8 (10.57) 36.5 (11.10) 41.0 (12.5) 45.5 (13.85) 48.11 (14.91) 45.1 (13.75) 37.9 (11.5) 50.0 (15.25) 44.1 (13.43) 54.6 (16.66) 46.1 (14.06) 59.8 (18.19) 49.11 (15.22) 66.3 (20.20) 54.6 (16.6) 60.7 (18.5)


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CATERPILLAR MODEL Model Number M313D M315D M316D M318D M322D

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ENGINE HP (KW) Engine hp (kW) 14.8 (11) 26.4 (19.7) 23 (17.4) 36 (26.8) 53 (39.6) 56.9 (42.4) 56.9 (42.4) 97 (72) 97 (72) 121 (90) 121 (90) 159 (119) 159 (119) 159 (119) 159 (119) 188 (140) 188 (140) 271 (202) 367 (270) 463 (345) 532 (397)

ENGINE HP (KW) Engine hp (kW) 128 (95.4) 137 (102.2) 158 (117) 166 (123.8) 165 (123)

ENGINE HP (KW) Engine hp (kW) 18 (13.3) 18 (13.3) 24 (17.5) 30 (22) 30 (22) 39 (29) 36 (26.5) 43 (32.2) 76 (56) 100 (75)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M) Digging Depth ft. (m) 7.1 (2.17) 8.6 (2.59) 10.0 (3.06) 11.7 (3.53) 12.4 (3.77) 13.6 (4.11) 13.1 (3.99) 19.11 (6.06) 19.7 (5.98) 21.4 (6.49) 21.7 (6.57) 19.2 (5.85) 21.11 (6.68) 20.8 (6.29) 21.9 (6.62) 25.0 (7.62) 25.10 (7.88) 26.10 (8.18) 27.2 (8.28) 30.0 (9.14) 31.4 (9.57)

) Operating Weight Lbs. (Kg 4,173 (1,893) 6,358 (2,887) 7,760 (3,520) 10,560 (4,790) 13,547 (6,145) 18,221 (8,265) 18,821 (8,537) 29,489 (13,388) 30,617 (13,900) 39,685 (18,017) 44,317 (20,120) 971) 43,211-44,029 (19,600-19, 50,463 (22,910) ,629) 49,207-49,888 (22,320-22 56,167 (25,500) 55,736 (25,281) 66,338 (30,090) 76,557 (34,726) 108,952 (49,420) 158,045 (71,688) 193,255 (87,658)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG) ) Operating Weight Lbs. (Kg 33,270 (15,091) 37,633 (17,083) 39,588 (17,956) 42,434 (19,247) 49,052 (22,249)

Digging Depth ft. (m) 17.3 (5.27) 18.7 (5.70) 19.3 (5.88) 20.6 (6.28) 21.3 (6.50)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

Digging Depth ft. (m) 7.8 (2.4) 8.2 (2.5) 9.6 (2.96) 11.8 (3.6) 11 (3.38) 12.8 (3.9) 12 (3.7) 12.3 (3.8) 14.6 (4.44) 15.3 (4.67)

) Operating Weight Lbs. (Kg 3,638 (1,650) 4,300 (1,950) 6,285 (2,850) 7,720 (3,800) 8,047 (3,650) 10,320 (4,650) 11,067 (5,020) 12,458 (5,650) 16,538 (7,500) 27,558 (12,500)

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DIGGING REACH FT. (M) Digging Reach ft. (m) 12.10 (3.90) 15.4 (4.67) 17.1 (5.21) 19.7 (5.96) 20.5 (6.23) 22.2 (6.70) 24.9 (7.55) 27.4 (8.32) 27.6 (8.38) 29.1 (8.87) 32.1 (9.79) 30.10 (9.40) 30.11 (9.43) 33.4 (10.17) 32.6 (9.90) 35.8 (10.91) 37.0 (11.27) 38.3 (11.85) 43.8 (13.35) 43.5 (13.25) 57.6 (17.55)

DIGGING REACH FT. (M) Digging Reach ft. (m) 27.8 (8.47) 29.4 (8.96) 30 (9.14) 31.5 (9.6) 33.8 (10.3)

DIGGING REACH FT. (M) Digging Reach ft. (m) 13.4 (4.1) 14.3 (4.4) 16.3 (4.99) 18.8 (5.7) 18.5 (5.68) 20.3 (6.2) 20.3 (6.2) 20 ft (6.4) 24.4 (7.4) 27.2 (8.28)


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KUBOTA MODEL K008-3 KX018-4 U17 U25 KX71-3 KX91-3 U35-4 KX121-3 6-Way Blade KX040-4 KX040-4 6-Way Blade U55-4 KX057-4 KX080-4

ENGINE HP (KW) 59 (44) 59 (44) 110 (82) 109 (81) 125 (93) 166 (124) 166 (124) 173 (129) 185 (138) 213 (159) 213 (159) 282 (210) 362 (270) 389 (290) 389 (290) 389 (290)

ENGINE HP (KW) 36.3 (27.1) 49 (36.2) 76 (56.6 110 (82) 155 (116) 190 (142) 280 (209) 375 (280)

ENGINE HP (KW) 10.3 (7.7) 17.0 (12.7) 17.0 (12.7) 20.9 (15.6) 25.6 (19.1) 29.6 (22.1) 26.1 (19.4) 40.5 (30.2) 42.4 (31.6) 42.4 (31.6) 50.0 (37.3) 50.0 (37.3) 70.0 (52.2)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M)

13,779 (6,250) 18,960 (8,600) 31,747 (14,400) 33,510 (15,200) 41,248 (18,710) 49,604 (22,500) 54,564 (24,750) 53,570 (24,299) 56,593 (25,670) 67,770 (3,0740) 68,167 (30,920) 78,601 (35,653) 94,503 (42,866) 112,502 (51,030) 119,213 (54,074) 118,013 (53,530)

13.5 (4.1) 15.5 (4.7) 20.2 (6.1) 19.7 (6) 20.1 (6.1) 21.6 (6.6) 38.3 (11.7) 21.9 (6.7) 22.3 (6.8) 24 (7.3) 45.3 (13.8) 24.8 (7.5) 25.4 (7.7) 25.6 (7.8) 24.1 (7.3) 49.6 (15.1)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

10.2 (3.1) 12.8 (3.9) 13.7 (4.1) 19.3 (5.9) 21.7 (6.6) 23.0 (7) 24.0 (7.34) 27.4 (8.4)

8,818 (4,000) 13,228 (6,000) 17,196 (7,800) 31,460 (14,270) 50,500 (22,906) 58,400 (26,489) 81,571 (36,999) 105,822 (48,000)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

5.7 (1.7) 7.8 (2.4) 7.6 (2.3) 9.3 (2.8) 9.8. (3) 10.4 (3.2) 9.8. (3) 11.5 (3.5) 11.3 (3.4) 11.3 (3.4) 11.8 (4) 12.7 (3.9) 15 (4.6)

2,200 (998) 3,747 (1,699) 3,703 (1,680) 5,625 (2,550) 6,305 (2,860) 7,110 (3,225) 8,129 (3,687) 9,790 (4,440) 9,195 (4,170) 9,900 (4,490) 11,915 (5,405) 12,200 (5,535) 18,280 (8,290)

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DIGGING REACH FT. (M) 20.4 (6.2) 23.9 (7.3) 28 (8.5) 28 (8.5) 29.4 (9) 31.8 (9.7) 50.1 (15.3) 31.6 (9.6) 33.4 (10.2) 34.6 (10.5) 57.1 (17.4) 36 (11) 37 (11.3) 38.9 (11.9) 37.6 (11.5) 63.8 (19.5)

DIGGING REACH FT. (M) 17 (5.2) 19.7 (6.0) 20.4 (6.2) 28.2 (8.6) 31.8 (9.7) 33.5 (10.2) 35.8 (10.9) 40.3 (12.3)

DIGGING REACH FT. (M) 9.9 (3) 12.7 (3.9) 12.6 (3.8) 15.3. (4.7) 16 (4.9) 16.8. (5.1) 16.9 (5.2) 18 (5.5) 17.8 (5.4) 17.8 (5.4) 19.5 (5.9) 20 (6.1) 23.5 (7.2)


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CASE MODEL CX17B CX27B CX31B CX36B CX55B CX75C SR CX80C CX145C SR CX235C SR CX130C CX160C CX210C CX250C CX300C CX350C CX470C CX700B CX800B

VOLVO MODEL ECR88 EC140D ECR145D EC160D EC220D ECR235D EC250D EC300D ECR305C L EC330C L EC340D EC360C EC380D EC460C L EC480D EC700C L EC220D LR EC250D LR EC300D LR EW160D EW180D EW210D EW230C

ENGINE HP (KW) 15 (11) 21 (16) 28 (21) 28 (21) 39 (29) 54 (40) 54 (40) 100 (75) 160 (119) 100 (75) 124 (92) 160 (119) 177 (132) 207 (154) 266 (198) 362 (270) 463 (345) 532 (397)

ENGINE HP (KW) 56.8 (42) 113 (84) 172 (128) 139 (104) 172 (128) 172 (128) 202 (151) 227 (169) 192 (143) 247 (184) 279 (208) 247 (184) 279 (208) 315 (235) 329 (245) 424 (316) 172 (128) 202 (151) 227 (169) 150 (112) 169 (126) 169 (126) 168 (125)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M) 7.1 (2.15) 8.3 (2.54) 9.2 (2.79) 10.1 (3.08) 12.8 (3.90) 13.6 (4.13) 13.75 (4.18) 18.1 (5.51) 21.8 (6.65) 18.1 (5.54) 19.5 (6.06) 21.8 (6.65) 22.7 (6.9) 23.3 (7.10) 26.7 (8.14) 25.3 (7.72) 27.6 (8.40) 28.5 (8.69)

3,638 (1,650) 5,556 (2,520) 6,679 (3,030) 7,958 (3,610) 11,310 (5,130) 16,380 (7,430) 18,938 (8,590) 31,306 (14,200) 55,997 (25,400) 29101 (13,200) 37,919 (17,200) 45,600 (20,684) 55336 (25,100) 62,170 (28,200) 79,999 (36,287) 105,299 (47,763) 153,400 (69,581) 178,575 (81,000)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M) 13.7 (4.16) 18.2 (5.54) 18 (5.51) 19.8 (6.04) 22 (6.73) 22 (6.7) 22.9 (6.98) 24 (7.34) 22.8 (6.96) 2.6 (7.49) 26.7 (8.13) 24.4 (7.44) 26.7 (8.13) 28.4 (8.66) 29.7 (9.04) 27.6 (8.41) 39.7 (12.09) 47 (14.35) 48.4 (14.76) 18.4 (5.61) 19.5 (5.64) 20.3 (6.17) 22.3 (6.81)

18,629 (8450) 29,460 (13363) 33,430 (15,164) 38,320 (17,382) 48,800 (22,135) 54,350 (24,653) 56,190 (25,487) 67,260 (30,509) 76,930 (34,895) 79,530 (36,074) 77,240 (35,036) 86,421 (39,200) 85,800 (38,918) 107,806 (48,900) 105,000 (47,628) 154,350 (70,012) 52,610 (23,864) 61,130 (27,728) 72,680 (32,967) 00) 35,715 - 40,125 (16,200 - 18,2 20,298) 39,900 - 44,750 (18,098 22,800) 43,430 - 50,265 (19,699 00) 47,620 - 56,438 (21,600 - 25,6

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DIGGING REACH FT. (M) 15.9 (4.85) 26.8 (8.18) 26.9 (8.21) 28.9 (8.21) 32 (9.78) 31.9 (9.73) 33 (10.08) 3.5 (10.51) 34.3 (10.44) 35.4 (10.8) 38.3 (11.68) 35.6 (10.84) 38.3 (11.68) 40.4 (12.32) 4.5 (13.26) 42.3 (12.9) 51.5 (15.7) 59.8 (18.21) 60.7 (18.49) 29 (8.84) 30.2 (9.19) 31 (9.45) 33.9 (10.33)


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LINK-BELT MODEL 75 X3 Spin-Ace 80 X3 Spin-Ace 130 X3 145 X3 Spin-Ace 160 X3 210 X3 210 X3LF 235 X3 Spin-Ace 250 X3 250 X3LF 300 X3 350 X3 470 X3 700 X2 800 X2

ENGINE HP (KW) 109 (81) 125 (93) 172 (128) 172(128) 172(128) 172(128) 197 (147) 197 (147) 197 (147) 271 (202) 282 (210) 282 (210) 172(128) 12 (9) 19 (14.2) 26.8 (20.1) 26.8 (20.1) 30.4 (22.7) 22.1 (16.5) 30.4 (22.7) 45 (33.6) 45 (33.6) 45.7 (34) 51.1 (38) 53 (39.5)

ENGINE HP (KW) 55 (41.2) 55 (41.2) 100 (75) 100 (75) 124 (92) 160 (119) 160 (119) 160 (119) 177 (132) 177 (132) 207 (154) 266 (198) 329 (245) 425 (317) 495 (369)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M)

34,430 (15,617) 40,644 (18,436) 44,099 (20,003) 49,714 (22,550) 49,714 (22,550) 49,714 (22,550) 61,160 (27,742) 61,160 (27,742) 61,160 (27,742) 73,387 (33,288) 74,200 (33,656) 84,596 (38,372) 51,194 (23,270) 2,094 (950) 4,017 (1,822) 5,919 92,685) 7,092 (3,217) 8,049 (3,651) 6,321 (2,867) 8,049 (3,650) 9,480 (4,301) 10,472 (4,750) 11,660 (5,289) 14,515 96,584) 17,694 (8,026)

18.2 (5.5) 20.7 (6.3) 21.8 (6.6) 21.8 (6.6) 39.4 (12.0) 39.4 (12.0) 23.8 (7.2) 23.8 (7.2) 23.8 (7.2) 26.11 (8.2) 26.11 (7.9) 26.6 (8.1) 21.7 (6.6) 5.6 (1.69) 10.1 (2.81) 9.4 (2.83) 10.3 (3.12) 11.6 (3.5) 10 (3.1) 11.6 (3.5) 11.7 (3.5) 12.3 (3.7) 13.3 (4) 14.3 (4.4) 14.3 (4.4)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

14.92 (4.54) 15.08 (4.60) 19.83 (6.05) 19.75 (6.01) 21.33 (6.49) 21.83 (6.65) 39.3 (12.10) 21.83 (6.65) 24.33 (7.42) 47.75 (14.56) 24.83 (7.58) 26.67 (8.14) 30.17 (9.20) 32.33 (9.85) 34.92 (10.66)

17,593 (7,980) 18,717 (8,490) 28,660 (13,000) 31,747 (14,400) 37,919 (17,200) 47,840 (21,700) 50,900 (23,100) 55,997 (25,400) 55,336 (25,100) 61,950 (28,100) 65,918 (29,900) 80,028 (36,300) 108,467 (49,200) 153,442 (69,600) 178,574 (81,000)

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38.4 (11.7) 38 (11.6) 31.9 (9.7) 6.6 (1.98) 14.7 (4.25) 15.5 (4.7) 16.1 (4.9) 17.5 (5.3) 15.8 (4.8) 17.5 (5.3) 18.5 (5.6) 19.2 (5.8) 19.6 (5.9) 21.4 (6.5) 22.1 (6.7)

DIGGING REACH FT. (M) 22.67 (6.90) 24.25 (7.40) 28.75 (8.77) 28.67 (8.74) 30.75 (9.38) 32.50 (9.90) 51.3 (15.60) 32.33 (9.85) 35.42 (10.79) 60.08 (18.32) 36.58 (11.16) 39.08 (11.90) 44.00 (13.40) 47.92 (14.60) 52.83 (16.11)


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ENGINE HP (KW) 8.7 (6.5) 15 (11.2) 25.7 (19.2) 29 (21.4) 38.2 (28.5) 38.2 (28.5) 55 (41) 65.5 (48.8) 92 (68) 93.5 (68.8) 115 (86) 139 (104) 158 (118) 158 (118) 148 (110) 177 (132) 177 (132) 196 (147) 196 (147) 257 (192) 257 (192) 257 (192) 257 (192) 359 (268) 359 (268) 359 (268) 359 (268) 429 (320) 487 (363) 487 (363) 672 (502) 672 (502) 976 (728) 1260 (940) 1260 (940) 1875 (1400) 1875 (1400) 2x 1260 (2 x 940) 2x 1260 (2 x 940) 2 x 2010 (2 x 1500) 2 x 2010 (2 x 1500)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

DIGGING DEPTH FT. (M)

1,985 (900) 4,090 (1,855) 6,460 (2,930) 7,909 (3,595) 10,573 (4,796) 11,378 (5,160) 16,240 (7,365) 19290 (8,750) 27,700 (12,560) 32,628 (14,800) 41,600 (18,860) 48,175 (21,850) 52,036 (23,603) 53,368 (24,207) 54,405 (24,675) 55,129 (25,006) 58,521 (26,545)

4.9 (1.5) 7 (2.16) 9.3 (2.84) 11.3 (3.46) 12 (3.67) 12.5 (3.80) 15.4 (4.71) 15.2 (4.62) 18 (5.52) 18 (5.45) 19.5 (5.96) 21.8 (6.62) 21.8 (6.62) 37.8 (11.5) 21.8 (6.63) 22.7 (6.92) 44 (13.41) 22.7 (6.92) 41.4 (12.62) 24.3 (7.38) 40.8 (12.44) 23.8 (7.27) 40.3 (12.27) 25.4 (7.75) 46.2 (14.07) 25.4 (7.75) 46.2 (14.07) 27.8 (8.49) 28.3 (8.61) 28.3 (8.60) 30.7 (9.35) 30.7 (9.35) 30.3 (9.24) 25.9 (7.9) 10.8 (3.3) 26.3 (8.0) 9.5 (2.9) 27.3 (8.3) 8.8 (2.7) 26.3 (8.0) 9.8 (3.0)

68,654 (31,141) 69,098 (31,342) 79,930 (36,255) 80,947 (36,717) 89,071 (40,402) 91,540 (41,522) 106,880 (48,480) 112,739 (51,138) 109,250 (49,555) 115,109 (52,213) 143,411 (65,050) 188,670 (84,180) 188,670 (84,180) 239,880 (108,810) 250,154 (113,500) 440,920 (200,000) 555,700 (25,2061) 551,300 (250,066) 868,800 (394,081) 855,500 (388,048) 1,186,300 (538,097) 1,175,300 (533107) 1,682,400 (763,124) 1,658,200 (752,147)

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DIGGING REACH FT. (M) 9.9 (2.76) 12.9 (3.94) 15.8 (4.84) 18 (5.52) 19.3 (5.89) 19.9 (6.07) 22.3 (6.79) 23.4 (7.15) 26.8 (8.17) 26.8 (8.17) 28.8 (8.80) 31.8 (9.7) 31.8 (9.7) 49.7 (15.14) 31.8 (9.7) 32.8 (10.02) 54.4 (16.60) 34.3 (10.46) 59.7 (18.19) 35.8 (10.92) 59.4 (18.11) 35.7 (10.87) 59.4 (18.11) 38.8 (11.81) 64.8 (19.76) 38.8 (11.81) 64.8 (19.76) 42 (12.80) 44.2 (13.46) 44.2 (13.46) 49.3 (15.0) 49.3 (15.0) 51.8 (15.78) 53.2 (16.20) 43.7 (13.3) 57.4 (17.5) 49.5 (15.1) 65 (19.80) 54.2 (16.5) 67.9 (20.7) 58.4 (17.8)


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Volvo D-Series Excavators Command Tight Spaces When space is in short supply, the new ECR58D and ECR88D short swing radius compact excavators from Volvo Construction Equipment are in their element. Even with a compact size, the D-Series excavators boast digging performance, breakout and tearout forces, and lifting capabilities that rival their larger counterparts. These machines also feature engines that offer superior performance and reduced fuel consumption, according to the manufacturer. Manueverability and productivity also are optimized on these compact machines. Both models feature automatic two-speed travel for added traction, and hydraulic travel pedals for easy and accurate track control. Super Superstructures Featuring a narrow body design and centrally positioned boom, the superstructure on the ECR58D and ECR88D is so compact that its rear swings within its track shoe, allowing operators to work extremely close to other objects without risk of collision. The short front/rear radius also is well-suited to working within a single highway lane, minimizing disruption to the flow of traffic. Due to their reinforced, three-piece, high-tensile steel Xshaped frame undercarriage, they are durable and reliable — capable of withstanding the rigors of demanding work environments. The models feature impressive bucket and dipper digging forces — and class-leading digging depth — allowing them to power through tough working conditions. Superior hydraulics and pump flow also help provide faster cycle times and enhanced digging performance, according to the manufacturer. Quickly positioning the ECR58D and ECR88D is simple, with slew and offset movements controlled simultaneously by a joystick that’s precise and easy to use. For greater flexibility, the excavators are available with a mono-boom (or an optional two-piece boom on the ECR88D), several arm configurations and blade. The DSeries also offers a variety of optional quick couplers and a new and extensive range of genuine Volvo attachments. Powerful Efficiency New engines deliver lower emissions along with superior performance and fuel efficiency, for higher productivity levels and lower operating costs. The ECR58D is fitted with a four-cylinder engine that produces 50 hp (36.5 kW), and the ECR88D comes with a four-cylinder, 58 hp (43 kW) output engine. The ECR58D and ECR88D (Tier IVf/Stage IIIB) feature an exhaust-after-treatment system (EATS) for lower emissions and seamless operation — even during regeneration. An auto-idling system reduces engine speed when the controls are inactive for a period of time that can be pre-set by the operator (between three and 20 seconds), reducing running costs and fuel consumption. Small But Spacious Though small, these D-Series ECR excavators provide an enhanced operating experience, with a comfortable environment that encourages higher productivity. Comfort is enhanced by an adjustable seat, superior vibration and noise insulation, ergonomic armrests, intuitively placed controls and ample leg room. The excavators also were designed to help ensure operator safety, with a ROPS-certified cab, and all-around visibility offered by large expanses of flat glass.

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CX75C SR, CX80C Mid-Sized Excavators Bring Power in Smaller Packages Case Construction Equipment’s CX75C SR and CX80C mid-sized excavators are designed to bring the power and performance of a full-sized excavator into a smaller package for improved job site accessibility and convenience. Both machines offer a Tier IV Final engine solution featuring a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC)-only cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) system. Key advancements over the previous Case designs in this size class include a 5 percent improvement in fuel efficiency, a 7 percent faster cycle time, 20 percent larger fuel tank for extended runtimes and a 7 percent wider cab for increased productivity. The new models also offer 9 percent more hydraulic power than previous models for greater digging power and responsiveness. The CX75C SR and CX80C weigh 16,200 lbs. (7,350 kg) and 18,800 lbs. (8,510 kg), respectively. Both machines operate at 55.2 net hp (41 kW), provide a digging force of 12,800 lbs. and can reach a digging depth of 12 ft. 6 in. (3.8 m). The CX75C SR is a minimum swing radius machine designed for work in more confined areas, such as along buildings and on roadsides. The CX80C features a more conventional tail design for a machine of its size, yet extends out noticeably less than full-sized conventional excavators. Highlights Include: • Tier IV Final: The Tier IV Final solution for this size class matches with a high-pressure common rail (HPCR) fuel injection system and new electronic controls to reduce fuel consumption. This design eliminates the need to burn extra fuel for regeneration common with other CEGR solutions, and also eliminates the diesel particulate filter (DPF). • Efficient Operation: Other factors boosting fuel economy with the CX75C SR and CX80C include the ability to select from three operating modes (auto, heavy and speed priority) to match the engine throttle and RPM requirements to specific tasks. The auto idle feature also allows for multiple idle rates, which reduces fuel consumption between tasks. An automatic engine shutdown further increases fuel savings. • Working in Tight Spaces: The CX75C SR and CX80C retain proven features found on previous models for working in tight spaces. This includes a mono or center swing boom system, as well as an optional offset boom (only available on the CX75C SR) for digging directly against the side of buildings or other obstructions. An optional proportional joystick control makes the operation of attachments even easier. • Application Versatility: A full range of buckets, thumbs, arm lengths and coupler options give the CX75C

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SR and CX80C excavators the ability to handle a diverse set of applications. Users can choose between heavy-duty, severe, and high-capacity bucket options. A wider dozer blade improves stability. Available are four auxiliary hydraulic control systems (hand or foot controlled) and three track options (rubber, rubber insert, or steel shoes). • Operator Comfort and Visibility: The cab features 16 percent more glass for greater visibility. The larger cab provides operators with more foot space and elbowroom. To further increase comfort, the redesigned cabs rest on a four-point fluid mounting system that absorbs bumps and vibrations. Each machine comes standard with a 7 in., easyto-read, full-color monitor. A rearview camera is optional. The new cab meets Level II ROPS/FOPS (rollover/falling-object protection systems) safety standards. • Serviceability: The new excavators feature eye-level fluid gauges, swing-out coolers, and a sliding radiator cleaning net. Radiators, filters, hydraulics and the engine are all easily accessible from the ground. Case Exclusives Case offers a number of exclusive/proprietary technologies and services that add value to the new models, according to the company. This includes the Case SmartFit bucket tooth system. The heavy-duty, self-sharpening teeth combine exceptional strength with ease of installation via a hammerless fastener system and reusable locking pins. Available as an option is Case SiteWatch: a telematics, remote monitoring and data reporting solution that provides customers with actionable information to help manage multiple pieces of equipment in the field, optimize machine performance, improve utilization, reduce fuel use and idling, and help improve equipment security. For more information, visit www.CASEce.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Mustang 450Z NXT2 Brings High Efficiency to Projects The all-new Mustang 450Z NXT2 zero-tail-swing compact excavator incorporates features that enhance productivity, operator comfort, efficiency and cost savings on the job site. The 450Z NXT2 compact excavator includes many upgrades from the previous 450Z model. The new 450Z NXT2 is equipped with a 37.7 hp (28.1 kW) electronically-controlled Yanmar Tier IV emissions-certified diesel engine, which provides up to 20 percent less fuel consumption than the previous 450Z model and features an electronic throttle for precise control. Two other important cost saving features include ECO mode and auto deceleration. When activated by the flip of a switch inside the cab, ECO mode will reduce the engine speed by 10 percent without sacrificing power. Utilizing ECO mode will save fuel when full speed is not necessary. Auto deceleration mode improves fuel economy, lowers noise levels and reduces emissions by decreasing the engine speed to idle after four seconds without hydraulic movement. Multiple improvements also have been made to the operator’s compartment to enhance productivity and controllability. To address productivity, the controls on the 450Z NXT2 have been improved to include a proportional auxiliary hydraulic rocker switch which vastly enhances attachment options. This allows the operator to adjust the hydraulic flow for optimal attachment performance. The operator can easily select standard ISO or an optional backhoe control pattern with a turn of a mechanical lever. An integrated digital display located in a highly-visible area features recordable maintenance history with adjustable time intervals and reminders. The display unit also records hours used for the past 90 days and can be monitored without starting the engine. The operator’s compartment has been enlarged and redesigned to offer more features in operator comfort. A 4-way adjustable seat offers custom height, weight and backrest positions with a retractable belt. An optional cab enclosure, with heat or heat/airconditioning systems, provides

The new 450Z NXT2 is equipped with a 37.7 hp (28.1 kW) electronically-controlled Yanmar Tier IV emissions-certified diesel engine, which provides up to 20 percent less fuel consumption than the previous 450Z model and features an electronic throttle for precise control.

comfort and protection in extreme weather conditions. An adjustable suspension seat and arm rests provide personalized comfort. Serviceability on the 450Z NXT2 has been greatly enhanced over the previous model, according to the manufacturer. Tool-free access is made possible by large swing-out doors on the back and right-hand side of the machine. These compartments reveal the entire engine and daily maintenance points; radiator, oil cooler, battery and fuses. Remove the cab floor panels, kick plates and tip the seat back to reveal the starter, alternator, fuses, control module and control valve. A left-side front panel reveals the control pattern

selector and the left-side rear panel is a handy lockable toolbox for operator necessities. On units equipped with an enclosed cab and air-conditioning, the A/C components are easily accessible via a tool-free access door on the upperrear part of the machine. Features that carry over from the previous model include the Powera-Tach hydraulic quick coupler, which allows attachment changes by the flip of a switch inside the cab. The operator leaves the seat only to engage and disengage the safety pin. Other important performance features include a highstrength boom with sliding cylinder guards that protect the rods from damage and the high-per-

formance hydraulic system with two variable and two gear pumps for simultaneous operation without loss of power. A factory-installed hydraulic thumb attachment option further enhances versatility and job site adaptability. “The new 450Z NXT2 zero-tail swing excavator from Mustang exceeds the market’s demand for a powerful machine, while providing options that reduce operating costs,” said Nathan Ryan, product manager of Mustang zero-tailswing compact excavators. “In today’s business climate, excavator owners and operators are looking for ways to cut operating costs without impacting productivity. The 450Z NXT2 provides a Tier

IV emissions-certified Yanmar engine and power conserving features that result in up to 20 percent fuel savings over the previous 450Z model. Add in the new stateof-the-art features — proportional auxiliary hydraulic controls, digital display, oversized re-designed cab and serviceability improvements — and owners will find the new Mustang 450Z NXT2 zero-tailswing compact excavator a great companion on the job.” For more information, visit www.manitou-group.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Komatsu HD605 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........$80

Allis-Chalmers Orange HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale $80

Caterpillar 140M Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale....................$85

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

Allis-Chalmers Yellow HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ..$80

Caterpillar M200 Cold Planer, 1:50 Scale ....................$110

Komatsu HM400-3 Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale........$100

Bantam Truck Mounted Crane, 1:50 Scale ..................$115

Caterpillar 226B3 Skid Steer Loader, 1:32 Scale ..........$40

Bobcat A300 Skid Steer Loader, Scale 1:25 ..................$40

Caterpillar 336D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale ......................$95

Bobcat E35 Compact Excavator, 1:25 Scale ................$50

Caterpillar 365B L Series II Excavator, 1:50 Scale........$75

Bobcat E55 Compact Excavator, 1:25 Scale ................$60

Caterpillar 963D Track Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................$60

Bobcat 5600 Toolcat Utility Vehicle, 1:25 Scale ............$55

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

Bobcat M200 Gold Skid Steer Loader, Scale 1:25 ......$30

Caterpillar 988K Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ................$120

Bobcat M400 Gold Skid Steer Loader, Scale 1:25 ......$25

Doosan Moxy MT31 Articulated Truck ........................$100

Bobcat S510 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$65

Hamm GRW 280 Compactor w/Canopy, 1:50 Scale......$90

Liebherr LTM 1050-3.1 Tri-Axle Crane, 1:50 Scale ......$185

Bobcat S530 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$65

Hamm 3307 Compact Roller, 1:34 Scale........................$45

Liebherr LTM 1070-4.1 4 Axle Crane, 1:50 Scale ........$265

Bobcat S550 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$65

Hitachi EH700 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..............$40

Link Belt 210X3 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..........................$45

Bobcat S570 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$65

International 175 Crawler Loader, 4in1, 1:50 Scale ......$65

Link Belt 250 X Excavator, 1:50 Scale ........................$140

Bobcat T550 Compact Track Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$65

International 560 Pay Loader, 1:25 Scale ....................$145

Terex TR60 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ................$160

Bobcat T590 Compact Track Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$65

International TD-20E Dozer, 1:64 Scale ........................$24

Vogele MT3000 Powerfeeder, 1:50 Scale ....................$140

Bobcat T770 Compact Track Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$45

JCB 3CX Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ..........................$75

Vogele Super 700 Paver, 1:50 Scale ..............................$80

Case CX210C Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..............................$50

John Deere “BO” Lindeman Crawler Tractor, 1:16 Scale ..

Case CX250C Excavator, 1:50 Scale ............................$195

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Case 580 Super “N” Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ........$45

John Deere MC Crawler Dozer, 1:16 Scale ....................$60

Case 1102 Vibromax Roller, 1:35 Scale ......................$100

John Deere 315SJ Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ..........$45

Caterpillar AP655D Asphalt Paver, W/O Canopy, 1:50

John Deere 460E Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale............$70

Scale..................................................................................$80

John Deere 470G LC Excavator ....................................$80

Caterpillar CT660 Day Cab Tractor w/Trail King Lowboy

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

Trailer, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................$100

Komatsu D51 PX Dozer, 1:50 Scale................................$85

Volvo L220G Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ......................$120

Caterpillar D5K2 LGP Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..$65

Komatsu D51 EX Dozer, 1:50 Scale................................$85

Volvo 6870 Wheeled Asphalt Paver, 1:50 Scale ............$90

Caterpillar D7E Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ............$90

Komatsu D65PX-17 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..........................$80

Wirtgen W250i Cold Milling Machine, 1:50 Scale........$160

Caterpillar D8T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$110

Komatsu D375 A Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..............................$125

Wirtgen WR240 Recycler, 1:50 Scale ..........................$140

Komatsu PC14R Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$45 Komatsu WA500 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$80 Komatsu WB146 Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$75 Komatsu Mack Granite MP w/Lowboy Trailer, 1:50 Scale .. ..........................................................................................$90 Liebherr LTF 1060-4.1 4 Axle Crane, 1:50 Scale ........$215

Vogele Super 700 Small Paver, 1:50 Scale ....................$80 Vogele 1900 Tracked Paver, 1:50 Scale ......................$125 Vogele Vision 5200-2 Tracked Paver, 1:50 Scale ........$115 Vogele MT3000-2i Power Feeder, 1:50 Scale ..............$140 Volvo A40F Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale....................$130 Volvo EC280 Excavator, 1:50 Scale................................$50

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Kobelco Names Hall National Sales Manager Kobelco Construction Machinery USA appointed Randy Hall as national sales manager. Hall brings with him to the position more than 35 years of sales experience in the equipment industry and a track record in building and managing key relationships with both equipment dealerships and national accounts. Most recently, Hall spearheaded Kobelco’s efforts in establishing preferred crawler excavator supplier agreements with key national accounts. In his new role, Hall will manage Kobelco’s team of territory managers covering the United States and Canada, directing all field sales efforts, while continuing to manage national accounts. Hall will assist territory managers in dealer forecasting and inventory suggestions, delivery estimates, preparing price quotes for dealer orders and in dealer training. “I am excited to take on this enhanced role with Kobelco,” said Hall. “Kobelco excavators have long been well regarded in this industry and the management team of Kobelco Construction Machinery USA has built a top notch sales staff and dealer network over the past year. Starting this role with the commitment of such a strong team will help continue the positive momentum the brand has built

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Broussard Sulphur

(337) 837-6693 (337) 625-5942

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(205) 841-6666 (256) 350-0006 (334) 262-6642 (256) 832-5053

Crawler Supply Company Baton Rouge

(225) 357-7515

Lee Tractor Company St. Rose

(504) 467-6794

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Alexandria Monroe Shreveport

Jonesboro

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Potter Equipment Company Harrison

Randy Hall will manage Kobelco’s team of territory managers covering the United States and Canada, directing all field sales efforts, while continuing to manage national accounts.

since its relaunch last April.” Hall’s leadership and passion for the industry will help fuel Kobelco’s longterm success. “Without question, Randy will continue to be an extremely valuable asset to our team,” said Ron Hargrave, vice president of operations, Kobelco Construction Machinery USA. “The respect he has in the industry for his

work ethic and dedication to service will be instrumental to growing our market share in the coming years.” For more information, call 281-2888430 or visit www.KOBELCOUSA.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

LiuGong Looks Forward to Positive 2014 LiuGong North America (LGNA), a subsidiary of Guangxi LiuGong Machinery Co. LTD which manufacturers a full-line of construction equipment and material handling solutions, achieved record breaking numbers for 2013 with a positive business outlook for 2014. LiuGong North America closed the year with a record-breaking month in December in the North American market. This achievement brought about a record 4th quarter for the company making 2013 the most profitable year with four consecutive profitable quarters since North American operations began in 2008. Going into 2014, LiuGong is maintaining a

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positive outlook as it has received a record number of orders going into Q1 2014. LiuGong North America attributes its growing market share growth to several aspects including dealer education of the product line, several key internal new hires during 2013, including parts management, service management, marketing and the acquisition of Dressta North

America. “We combined three separate entities in 2013 — LiuGong CE [Construction Equipment]; Dressta North America; and LiuGong FL [Forklifts] — all of which had not been profitable as separate entities. Through capitalizing on economies of scale, training of cross functional teams, increased hiring of industry professionals, and an expanding

dealer network, LiuGong North America was not only profitable for the year, but profitable for every quarter,” said Marc Dowdell, president of LiuGong North America. “It is an important step in our becoming a major OEM in North America as well as providing a return for stake holders. We continue to make capital investment in LGNA and our allimportant dealer network, providing an expanded product line, floor plan financing, and what we believe is the best complete machine warranty in the market.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Central Georgia Equipment Byron

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Columbia (803) 658-0200 North Charleston (843) 225-9377

TENNESSEE Abby Equipment Memphis Millington

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Contractors Machinery Johnson City Louisville

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Diamond Equipment La Vergne

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Pipeline to Transport 800,000 Barrels of Crude Oil Per Day KEYSTONE from page 1

project will be in the national interest only if it does not significantly exacerbate the problem of carbon pollution,’’ Lehrich said. Republicans and business and labor groups have urged Obama to approve the pipeline to create thousands of jobs and move further toward North American energy independence. The pipeline also is strongly supported by Democrats in oil and gas-producing states, including Sens. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana, Mark Begich of Alaska and Mark Pryor of Arkansas. All face re-election this year and could be politically damaged by rejection of the pipeline. Republican Mitt Romney carried all three states in the 2012 presidential election. The 1,179-mi. (1,897 km) pipeline would travel through the heart of the United States, carrying oil derived from tar sands in western Canada to a hub in Nebraska, where it would connect with existing pipelines to carry more than 800,000 barrels of crude oil a day to refineries on the Texas Gulf Coast. It would cross Montana and South Dakota before reaching Nebraska. An existing spur runs through Kansas and Oklahoma to Texas. Canadian tar sands are likely to be developed regardless of U.S. action on the pipeline, the report said. The report said oil derived from tar sands in Alberta generates about 17 percent more greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to global warming than traditional crude. But the report makes clear that other methods of transporting

“[The report] once again confirms that there is no reason for the White House to continue stalling construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.’’ Mitch McConnell Senate Minority Leader

the oil — including rail, trucks and barges — would release more greenhouse gases than the pipeline. U.S. and Canadian accident investigators warned about the dangers of oil trains that transport crude oil from North Dakota and other states to refineries in the United States and Canada. The officials urged new safety rules, cautioning that a major loss of life could result from an accident involving the increasing use of trains to transport large amounts of crude oil. An alternative that relies on shipping the oil by rail through the central United States to Gulf Coast refineries would generate 28 percent more greenhouse gases than a pipeline, the report said. State Department approval is needed because the pipeline crosses a United States border. Other agencies will have 90 days to comment before Secretary of State John Kerry makes a recommendation to Obama on whether the project is in the national interest. A final decision is not expected before summer. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said the report “once again confirms that there is

no reason for the White House to continue stalling construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.’’ McConnell said: “Mr. President, no more stalling, no more excuses. Please pick up that pen you’ve been talking so much about and make this happen. Americans need these jobs.” However, a top official at the Natural Resources Defense Council, an environmental group, said the report gives Obama all the information he needs to reject the pipeline. “Piping the dirtiest oil on the planet through the heart of America would endanger our farms, our communities, our fresh water and our climate,’’ said Susan Casey-Lefkowitz, the NRDC’s international program director. “That is absolutely not in our national interest.’’ The report said the pipeline was likely to have an adverse effect on the endangered American burying beetle, found in South Dakota and Nebraska. But it said that could be offset by a monitoring program and other requirements on the pipeline operator. In Canada, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver welcomed the

report and said officials there “await a timely decision’’ on the pipeline. “The choice for the United States is clear: oil supply from a reliable, environmentally responsible friend and neighbor or from unstable sources with similar or higher greenhouse gas emissions and lesser environmental standards,’’ he said. The new report comes only days after Obama’s State of the Union address, in which he reiterated his support for an “all-of-the-above’’ energy strategy that embraces a wide range of sources, from oil and natural gas to renewables such as wind and solar power. The remarks were a rebuff to some of his environmental allies who argued that Obama’s support of expanded oil and gas production doesn’t make sense for a president who wants to reduce pollution linked to global warming. Obama blocked the Keystone XL pipeline in January 2012, saying he did not have enough time for a fair review before a deadline forced on him by congressional Republicans. That delayed the choice for him until after his reelection.

Obama’s initial rejection went over badly in Canada, which relies on the United States for 97 percent of its energy exports. The pipeline is critical to Canada, which needs infrastructure in place to export its growing oil sands production In response, Obama quickly suggested development of an Oklahoma-to-Texas line to alleviate an oil bottleneck at a Cushing, Okla., storage hub. The 485-mi. southern section of the pipeline operated by Calgarybased TransCanada did not require presidential approval because it does not cross a U.S. border. TransCanada chief executive Russ Girling said he was pleased at the latest environmental review, the fifth released on the project since 2010. “The conclusions haven’t varied. They are the same as before,’’ he said. Environmental groups criticized the State Department for publishing the report before the department’s inspector general released findings of an inquiry into a contractor that worked on the review. Friends of the Earth and other groups say the contractor, Environmental Resources Management, has financial ties to TransCanada. “We feel confident there are no issues related to this contractor,’’ said Kerri Ann Jones, an assistant secretary of state who has overseen the Keystone review. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Unemployment Rate Drops Almost Four Percent in Jan. AGC from page 1

The unemployment rate for workers actively looking for jobs and last employed in construction declined from 16.1 percent in January 2013 to 12.3 percent last month — the lowest January rate since 2008. The number of unemployed construction workers decreased from 1.3 million in January 2012 to 1 million last month. That drop of 277,000 exceeded the growth of construction employment by nearly 100,000, implying that many experienced former construction workers have left the industry in the past

year, Simonson pointed out. He said the result is in line with an AGC survey that found many contractors report difficulty finding skilled workers. “Construction demand for workers is likely to accelerate in 2014 as more projects relating to oil and gas, manufacturing, warehouse and hotel construction break ground while demand for residential work — especially apartments — remains strong,” Simonson said. “It will be a challenge for contractors in many regions and specialties to find enough employees to perform the

work ahead.” Association officials called on federal, state and local leaders to take steps to make it easier for school districts, firms and local construction associations to put in place training programs to prepare future construction workers. They added that they were finalizing a workforce development plan that identifies specific steps elected officials can take to improve the quality and quantity of career and technical training programs, especially at the secondary school level. “Encouraging as it is to see firms adding

job, there just aren’t that many construction workers in many parts of the country waiting to get called back to work,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “Unless we act soon, many firms will be forced to delay projects as they scramble to find enough qualified workers to meet demand.” For more information, visit www.agc.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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$40.8 Million Renovation Contract...

Smooth Construction Chosen to Help Rehab Crumbling D.C. Capitol Dome

Deep South JCB 6851 Greenwood Road Shreveport, LA 71119 318-621-9000 340 Airport Road Jackson, MS 39208 601-939-9655 761 Choctaw Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70805 225-383-6117 4201 Michoud Blvd. New Orleans, LA 70129 504-254-2700

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This Dec. 19, 2013, file photo shows cracked and peeling paint visible during a media tour of the Capitol dome on Capitol Hill in Washington. This world-famous symbol of democracy is going under cover, as workers start a two-year, $60 million renovation of the U.S. Capitol dome. Curved rows of scaffolds, like Saturn’s rings, will encircle it next spring, enabling contractors to strip multiple layers of paint and repair more than 1,000 cracks and broken pieces.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) An Ohio construction company two years. According to the architect of the Capitol, the dome, which will be working in Washington to help put the crumbling is made of 8.9 million lbs. of cast iron, has more than 1,300 Capitol building dome back together. Smoot Construction of Columbus was one of two compa- cracks and deficiencies, primarily caused by age and weathnies awarded the $40.8 million renovation contract for the er. It was last restored in 1959 and 1960. Pieces of the dome are loose, presenting a danger to those work, which will begin early next year, according to The walking below. And in some areas, the dome is leaking, preColumbus Dispatch. Smoot has done restoration and construction work on senting a grave risk to the artwork inside. “It really looks pristine and magnificent, but when you get Union Station and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of up close, you can see with Natural History. It’s also your own eye how deterione of three companies orated the building and the working on the new cast-iron work really is,” National Museum of A f r i c a n - A m e r i c a n “It really looks pristine and magnificent, architect Stephen T. Ayers said. “It’s absolutely time History on the National Mall, and is doing but when you get up close, you can see for this work to happen.” Both companies have restoration work on the with your own eye how deteriorated the been busy in Ohio, too. National Gallery of Art building and the cast-iron work really is.” Smoot and Turner partEast Building. nered for the expansion of Smoot is working with Stephen T. Ayers Nationwide Children's Turner Construction Co. Architect Hospital in Columbus, as of New York, which built well as construction of the the Martin Luther King Jr. Hilton Columbus National Memorial and Downtown. the World War II Smoot also is working on a $28 million student center at Memorial. The dome has towered over the city since 1863. The con- Central State University in Wilberforce, and will build tractors will paint and repair it, removing any lingering lead, Wright State’s $15 million Creative Arts Center in Dayton. rehabilitate the dome and install additional lighting. Visitors (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment to the building will see it cloaked in scaffolding for the next Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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AND D10N WITH RIPPER UNDER 55000 US MANY HOURS ON THE FRAME NO PROBLEM THANKS CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR MOB 1 514 38 68975 | EMAIL:JANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTR ON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KUBOTA | USED SUBCOMPACT LOADER TRACTORS EMAIL: SYD5656@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED NOW EXCAVATOR CRAWLER 320C 320D CONTACT: ALHARBI PHONE: 00966540222206 FAX: 00112703662 EMAIL:DEERAH2EST@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONCRETE MIXER TRUCKS & 800KW GENERATORS | NEED (6) 1990-2000 NINE (9-10 YARD MIXERS & (2) 800KW GENERATORS W/SWITCH GEAR. CONTACT: SEMAC CONSTRUCTION PHONE: 229-344-4235 EMAIL: HERCOEQ@HUGHES.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONCRETE MIXER TRUCK, CONCRETE PUMP TRUCK, OIL TANK TRUCK, GARBAGE TRUCK AND WATERING TRUCK | WE WANT THE SUPPLY OF FOLLOWING: CONCRETE MIXER TRUCK, CONCRETE PUMP TRUCK, OIL TANK TRUCK, GARBAGE TRUCK AND WATERING TRUCK. PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU CAN SUPPLY THESE MACHINES SO THAT FURTHER DETAILS CAN BE DISCUSSED. CONTACT: ZAMAN PHONE: 00923212472837 EMAIL: AGROMAN99PK@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT | 2005 OR NEWER CAT 308CR WITH THUMB UNDER 3000 HOURS CONTACT: JOHN PHONE: 541 582 8900 EMAIL: FIELDBOSSPRO@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ROLL SHELLS FOR A 4022 PIONEER TRIPLE ROLL CRUSHER. CONTACT: LEEROY CARPENTER PHONE: 701-521-0052 EMAIL: LJC_CONSTRUCTION@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE BUY USED EQMENT | EMAIL US A LIST OF WHAT YOU HAVE FOR SALE THANK YOU, ECHO ONE MINING & RECYCLING CONTACT: RONALD CARPENTER PHONE: 702-8139306 EMAIL:ECHOONEMINING@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 966H | UNDER 5,000HRS, PIN ON BUCKET, WHOLESALE PRICED CONTACT: ROBERT BUNCH PHONE: 317-508-2118 EMAIL: RBUNCH@RBUNCH.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

BACKHOE LOADER I WANT BUY CAT 2004-2007 BACKHOE LOADER WITH CLOSE CAB CONTACT: GEVORG EMAIL: LACARPROARM@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADERS | WE WANT TO PURCHASE 2) 2000-2003 CATERPILLAR 12 OR 140H MOTORGRADERS. THE MACHINES SHOULD BE EQUIPPED WITH 3306 ENGINES, SCARIFIERS AND IN GOOD CONDITION. ORIGINAL OR ORIGINAL LOOKING PAINT IS MUCH PREFERRED. THIS TIME SCARIFIERS ARE PREFERRED OVER REAR RIPPERS, WILL LISTEN TO OFFERS ON MACHINES WITH NO PLOW. PLEASE OFFER WHAT YOU HAVE. CONTACT: WENDELL CAIN PHONE: 770-381-8984 FAX: 770-381-6977 EMAIL:WENDELL@CAINANDTODD.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DEUTZ DIESEL ENGINES | LOOKING FOR GOOD USED DEUTZ DIESEL ENGINES. CONTACT: MR. GIBSON PHONE: 404-787-2363 EMAIL: HGATLANTA@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONST FORKS TO FIT CAT 980G | I AM LOOKING FOR A SET OF USED FORKS FOR A 980G CONTACT: CORKY BUELL PHONE: 402-679-4272 EMAIL: CORKY@VALLEYCORP.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 4X5 BIG ROUND BALER ANY BRAND CONTACT: DON WOLF PHONE: 427-843-4251 EMAIL: NANNAWOLF06@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRANSMISSION FOR 72 51 B TEREX WHEEL LOADER CONTACT: BUZ MOORE PHONE: 208 266 0543 CL 208299 8279 EMAIL:BUZMOORE1924@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED 12 MONTHS BULLDOZER D3AT D10 1978 AND UP. WANT TO BUY FROM CONTRACTOR ONLY. BULLDOZER NOT ADVERTISED USA. CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOT RON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TEREX TR100 | LOOKING FOR TEREX TR100 DUMPTRUCKS, 2-4 UNITS. MUST HAVE EPA. CONTACT: JERRY PHONE: 0031227570364 EMAIL: INFO@EMO-MAC.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MOTOR GRADERS | WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE SEVERAL UNITS OF 140H (99 - 02), AND 14 G/H (72 - 00) CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADERS, PREFERABLY WITH RIPPER. GRADERS MUST BE GOOD LOOKING AND IN

WORKING CONDITION WITH OLD PAINT. SEND PICTURES, CONDITION, SERIAL NUMBER AND FINAL OFFER PRICE. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 EMAIL: SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR LARGER IMPACT CRUSHERS - SCREENS - CONVEYORS SCALES IN THE MIDWEST REGION. EMAIL: ROCKSHYLLC@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED CARGO VANS | WANTED 100 USED CARGO VANS FLEETS ONLY, AS MANY AS POSSIBLE NO DEALERS PLEASE. CONTACT: FRANK PHONE: 570-562-3291 EMAIL: CARGOVANMAN@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATEPILLAR GRADER 12G AND 140G | IF YOU HAVE ANY IN STOCK PLEASE SEND PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: RIZ SUNESARA PHONE: 832-528-0786 FAX: 281-727-0415 EMAIL:RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 926E AND 936F | I NEED URGENT CAT 930, 926E AND 936F, PLEASE SEND ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: ABDAL SALEEM PHONE: 966 3 842 8312 FAX: 9666 3 312326 EMAIL: HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ANY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT WANTED | LOOKING FOR CAT 330 CL/DL <3000 HOURS, AUX HYD. FOR CONTRACTOR EXCAVATORS DOZERS LOADERS COMPACTORS ARTICULATED TRUCKS OFF HIGHWAY TRUCKS MOTOR GRADERS SCRAPERS ON ROAD TRUCKS BUYING OR SELLING LET JOE KNOW! CONTACT: JOE PHONE: 570-360-5162 EMAIL: JOEDIRTMACH@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONSTRUCTION | WANTED**** ANY LONG REACH BOOMS OR STICKS. LONGER THEN NORMAL BOOM OR STICK. LONG REACH EXCAVATOR FRONTS CONTACT: TYLER PALUMBO PHONE: 330-365-0654 EMAIL: PALUMBO519@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MOBILE TRAILERS EMAIL: ORLANDOGEERMAN@GOOGLE.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR BACKHOES. PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL WITH WHAT YOU HAVE. CONTACT: CODY PHONE: 1(810)834-2571 EMAIL: CODY.CROOKEDACRE@AOL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS

www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944

www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631

• Portland, OR Fri.,February28,2014 For:RentalFleetConstruction Equipment

• Orlando, FL February17-22,2014

• Las Vegas, NV Wed.,March5,2014 For:RentalFleetEquipment

• Fort Worth, TX March13-14,2014

• Cato, NY Sat.,March8,2014 For:CompleteLiquidationof RealEstateforBlandFarms

• Las Vegas, NV March6-7,2014

• Albuquerque, NM March14,2014

Coming Auctions To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at www.constructionequipmentguide.com • Midland-Odessa, TX Thurs.,April24,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Foley, MN Fri.,September12,2014 For:HeavyConstruction Equipment,Truck&Trailer

www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087

• Foley, MN Fri.,December5,2014 For:HeavyConstruction Equipment,Truck&Trailer

• Sacramento, CA March26,2014

• Prospect, CT Sat.,April5,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS

• Phoenix, AZ Fri.,March14,2014 For:LateModelRentalFleet Equipment

BIG IRON

• Prospect, CT Sat.,June14,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Auburn, AL Fri.,March14,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment

• ONLINE ONLY February19,2014

• Dallas (Ft. Worth), TX Wed.,March12,2014 For:RentalFleetEquipment

• Denver, CO March18,2014 • Los Angeles, CA March20,2014

www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558

• Philadelphia, MS Sat.,March15,2014 For:LateModelRentalReturns ofConstructionEquipment

• ONLINE ONLY February26,2014

• Midland (Odessa), TX Wed.,March19,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment

• ONLINE ONLY March12,2014

• Corpus Christi, TX Thurs.,March20,2014 For:VeryLargeLateModel RentalReturns • Marietta, OH Sun.,March23,2014 For:CompleteLiquidationof MajorRentalCompany • Richmond, VA Tues.,March25,2014 For:Construction,Waste RecyclingEquipment&more • Atlantic City, NJ March27-29,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment

• ONLINE ONLY March5,2014

• ONLINE ONLY March19,2014 • ONLINE ONLY March26,2014 • ONLINE ONLY April2,2014 • ONLINE ONLY April9,2014 • ONLINE ONLY April16,2014 • ONLINE ONLY April23,2014 • ONLINE ONLY April30,2014

• Detroit, MI Fri.,April4,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment

BAR NONE AUCTION

• Buffalo, NY April5-6,2014 For:EstateAuction,Cars, ConstructionEquip.,Trucks& Trailers

• Portland, OR Fri.,February28,2014 For:CommercialTruck& HeavyEquipment

www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700

• Timmins (Ontario), Canada Wed.,April16,2014 For:LargeComplete LiquidationConstruction Equipment

• Phoenix, AZ Fri.,March14,2014 For:HeavyEquipment& CommercialTruck

• Racine, WI Sat.,April26,2014 For:LateModelConstruction Equipment

CAT AUCTION SERVICES

• Manchester (Concord), NH Sat.,May3,2014 For:LateModelAggregate Equipment&more • Syracuse (Canastota), NY Sun.,May4,2014 For:Lawn&GardenTractors andmore

www.catauctions.com 866-750-9432 • Indianapolis, IN Thurs.,March27,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment • Denver, CO Thurs.,April17,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment • Minneapolis, MN Tues.,April22,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment

DAVIS AUCTIONS

• Prospect, CT Sat.,September20,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment • Prospect, CT Sat.,December13,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment

DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com 601-656-9768 • Philadelphia, MS March26-28,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment

www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • ONLINE ONLY February26-27,2014 • ONLINE ONLY March6,2014 • ONLINE ONLY March13,2014 • ONLINE ONLY March20,2014

EURO AUCTIONS USA

• ONLINE ONLY March27-28,2014

www.euroauctions.com 770-683-3883

• ONLINE ONLY April3,2014

• Atlanta, GA Fri.,March28,2014 For:Construction,Agricultural &TransportEquipment

• ONLINE ONLY April10,2014

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • Gouldsboro, PA Wed.,February26,2014 For:CompleteLiquidation ConstructionEquipment • Gibsonia, PA Thurs.,March13,2014 For:CompleteLiquidation ConstructionEquipment • ONLINE ONLY Biddeadline:March18,2014 For:51CrawlerCranes

IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri.,March7,2014 For:HeavyConstruction Equipment,Truck&Trailer • Foley, MN Fri.,June6,2014 For:HeavyConstruction Equipment,Truck&Trailer

• ONLINE ONLY April17,2014 • ONLINE ONLY April24,2014

J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 855-GO2-KANE • St. Louis, MO Thurs.,February20,2014 For:Construction Equipment • Charlotte, NC Thurs.,February27,2014 For:Construction Equipment • Lansing, MI Sat.,March15,2014 For:Construction Equipment • South Beloit, IL Sat.,March22,2014 For:Construction Equipment

J.M. WOOD AUCTION COMPANY

KEENAN AUCTION COMPANY www.keenanauction.com 207-885-5100 • So. Portland, ME Tues.,March11,2014 For:Foreclosure Auction

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728 • Brooklyn, MS February20-22,2014 For:ThreedayEarlySpring ContractorsAuction • Lucedale, MS Sat.,March8,2014 For:Farm&Construction • Pelzer, SC March19-20,2014 For:PublicEquipment&Truck Auction • Meridian, MS Sat.,March29,2014 For:Farm&Construction Equipment

• Canton, AL March26,2014 For:Alabama Bridge Builders Complete Retirement Auction

www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat.,March22,2014 For:HeavyEquipment, Trailers,Trucks&Commercial Vehicles

RON GILLIGAN AUCTIONS www.rgilliganauctions.com 814-237-0189 • Huntington (Central), PA Sat.,March15,2014 For:Absolute Public Equipment Auction

SALES AUCTION COMPANY, LLC www.salesauctioncompany.com 860-627-7506 • Windsor Locks, CT Sat.,May3,2014 For:ConstructionEquipment

UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103

• Ellijay, GA Sat.,April12,2014 For:Farm/RealEstateAuction

• Wilmington, DE Friday,February28,2014 For:Construction,Utility,& ForestryEquipment

MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS, INC.

WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY

www.myronbowling.com 513-738-3311

www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-5700

• Fairborn, OH Fri.,February28,2014 For:Farm&Construction Equipment

• Princeton, MN Sat.,March15,2014 For:Heavy Equipment

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC.

• Princeton, MN Sat.,September13,2014 For:Heavy Equipment

www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200 • Cheshire, CT Sat.,March8,2014 For:ShortNoticeAuction– ConstructionEquipment • North Franklin, CT March21-22,2014 For:2DayMajorPublic EquipmentAuction • Dracut, MA Fri.,April25,2014 For:MajorUsedEquipment& RentalReturnInventory Auction

www.jmwood.com 800-447-7085 • Montgomery, AL March11-13,2014 For:Annual Spring Auction

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC.

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION

• Princeton, MN Sat.,June14,2014 For:Heavy Equipment

• Princeton, MN Sat.,December6,2014 For:Heavy Equipment

WILSON’S AUCTION SALES INC. www.wilsonsauction.com 302-422-3454 • Harrington, DE Sat.,March22,2014 For:Mid-Atlantic Spring Equipment Auction

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990

www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283

• Kissimmee, FL February10-17,2014 For:40th AnnualAuction

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,February27,2014 For:Construction Equipment

• St. Cloud, FL Tues.,February18,2014 For:AbsoluteAntiqueFarm


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Alex Lyon & Son Kicks Off Successful 2014 Florida Auctions

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lex Lyon & Son again kicked off the Florida Auctions with a nine-day sale in Kissimmee,

Fla. During the nine-day auction — Alex Lyon & Son’s 21st annual Florida sale, a wide variety of equipment went on the block from Feb. 1 through Feb. 9, with each day featuring more than 1,000 lots of equipment. see FLORIDA page 94

A combination of a terrific looking display with some great products to promote led to a successful auction for “Bobby T” Tedesco (L) of Gorilla Hydraulic Breakers, Randolph, Mass., and Ron Corbut of Hudco Manufacturing, Willoughby, Ohio.

Jack Lyon scans the crowd for just one last bid before selling off another wheel loader.

John Alexander (L) of Alban CAT, Baltimore, Md., and Mark Enck of PowerTrac Machinery, Miami, Fla., stop to chat with the guys at Construction Equipment Guide.

Dozers by the dozens, more than 150 in all, were lined up and auctioned off on day seven of the nine-day sale.

Putting a bit of air under a John Deere 410J backhoe while testing the hydraulic system is Allen Stahl, retired equipment dealer, who still “dabbles” in buying and selling machines. He is based in Englewood, Fla.

Dean Adsit (third from left), Nortrax Used Equipment Sales, catches up (L-R) with the guys from Mexico and Peru, Gaberiel Vacquez of Importadora de Maquinaria, and Lino Leon and Omar Alarcon of lyonperu.com.

Mike Goffinet (L) of Goffinet Equipment Co., Joliet, Ill., talks shop with John Mashak of Mashak Brothers Construction prior to the start of day six of the sale.


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2ND ANNUAL WILSON COUNTY CONTRACTORS AUCTION Sale Site Address: Wilson County Fairgrounds 2331 US 301 South, Wilson, NC 27893

THURSDAY, FEB 27th, 2014 - 9:00 AM Major Public Auction featuring CONSTRUCTION, TRANSPORTATION, and AGRICULTURAL packages of equipment from well known regional contractors, farmers, dealers, and other owners. Large selection of Earth Moving Equipment, Agricultural Equipment, Support Equipment, Attachments, Heavy Duty Trucks and Trailers, Specialty Trucks, Pickups, and much more. Make plans today to attend, for this is one auction you will not want to miss!

For detailed equipment description information, additional pictures, or to view full auction inventory, visit our company website meekinsauction.com

HARDEE T-9515-PTW BATWING

1984 CAT D6D

1998 KOBELCO SK300LC MARK IV

Auction conducted by:

2005 CAT 287B HIGH FLOW

ABI ATE-20T POWERED IRRIGATION REEL

2001 CENTURY HD1000

UNUSED 2014 MAGNUM GOLD HOT WATER PRESSURE WASHERS

Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company 4070 NC Hwy 211 East, Lumberton, NC 28358 NC Firm License #858 Phone: (910) 739-0547 • Fax: (910) 738-1389 Email: info@meekinsauction.com • www.meekinsauction.com

2001 JOHN DEERE 4710

2010 JOHN DEERE 4730

JOHN DEERE 8760 4WD INDUSTRIAL PAN TRACTOR

Tax Incentives Totaling $340M Depend on Job Creation YOKOHAMA from page 88

increased traffic and demand for businesses and services throughout the Golden Triangle area in Mississippi.” Local government will reportedly offer $340 million in aid and tax breaks; however, the ultimate value of the tax incentives is dependent upon the level of job creation and capital investment that Yokohama achieves in Mississippi. It is expected to be determined in later phases. “We need the capacity to grow and we want to have production in the market where tires are sold,” Easome said. “This factory supports our strategy for competitive growth in North America. In addition to the 500 direct jobs the initial investment will create, it is our experience that local businesses will likely see a long term upturn in trade stimulated by employee salaries being spent in the community. In the short to medium term, the sizable building and machinery installation effort will bring in an immediate impact as construction contractors and design teams work in the community.” “This is a great day for Yokohama, Mississippi and the community of West Point,” Yokohama Tire Manufacturing Mississippi President, Tadaharu Yamamoto told reporters. “As we move forward with

construction of our new tire-making facility, I’d like to personally thank Governor Bryant, his staff and all the people in Mississippi for their support on this incredible endeavor. There’s no question we made

the right choice coming to Mississippi with this project.” Yokohama plans to employ approximately 500 people for the initial phase. The company also plans to construct a plant equipped

Kajima Building & Design Group photo

There are no existing utilities on site, according to Yoshi Sato, project executive of Kajima Building & Design Group Inc.

with production, warehousing and operations facilities on more than 500 acres of land and will produce up to one million tires annually. “Today is a very exciting day as Yokohama prepares to begin construction of its very first U.S. manufacturing facility to be built from the ground up,” said Bryant. “I am grateful to the Yokohama team and those at the state and local levels for working so quickly to get this project underway. I look forward to visiting again in the near future as we celebrate the grand opening of Yokohama’s tire manufacturing plant and once again prove to the world that Mississippi is a great place for business.” Yokohama Tire Corporation is the North American manufacturing and marketing arm of Tokyo-based The Yokohama Rubber Co. Ltd., a global manufacturing and sales company of tires since 1917. The company’s product line includes tires for high-performance, light truck, passenger car, commercial truck and bus, off-road mining and construction applications. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Wide Variety of Equipment Goes on Block During Auction FLORIDA from page 92

see FLORIDA page 96

All smiles and ready to get another day of auctioning started (L-R) are Robert and Jason Mashburn, Mashburn Equipment Sales, Ringgold, Ga.; Dick Tabb, Tabb Equipment Sales, Roswell, Ga.; and Robbie Udelson, PowerTrac Machinery, Miami, Fla. (L-R): Becky Nitke, Nitke Sales; Dan Maki, Lakeshore Equipment & Truck; Leo Krivickas, Nitke Sales; and Skeeter Wykoski, Three Lakes Truck & Equipment, enjoy the nice Florida weather.

Rod Joiner of Rod Joiner Construction Co. Inc., Plano, Iowa, traverses the auction yard via a golf cart to look over all the iron at the nine-day auction. Bill Rollinger Jr. checks his notes before the bidding starts on the loader backhoes. Hundreds of telehandlers went on the auction block.

Construction Equipment Guide President and Northeast Publisher Ted McKeon (L) presents Jack Lyon with the CEG Florida Auction issue at the start of the Alex Lyon & Son annual nine-day sale.

All types of construction equipment — aerials, dozers, trailers, you name it — sold during the Alex Lyon & Son auction in Kissimmee.

Morooka rubber-track carriers were on full display in the vendor area at the Alex Lyon & Son 21st Annual Florida Auction in Kissimmee, Fla.


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UPCOMING AUCTIONS

SHORT NOTICE AUCTION MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION for PINE RIDGE (Consolidation of 40 Years) & AVALEY LEASING & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS

SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 9:30 AM • 108 BLACKS RD, CHESHIRE, CT 06410

Each Day of Auction Features More Than 1,000 Lots of Iron FLORIDA from page 94

see FLORIDA page 97

ONE OF CT’s PREMIER LANDSCAPE DESIGN COMPANIES INVENTORY OF EXCAVATION, SNOW & MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT, LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT & ATTACHMENTS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS

Please Note: Pine Ridge and affiliate Avaley Leasing are widely considered one of the area’s premier landscape design and construction companies. They have made a corporate decision to commission Petrowsky Auctioneers, Inc. to sell at public auction an extensive inventory of equipment and trucks idle from job completions and discontinued snow removal contracts in order to facilitate the expansion of the landscape design division. Pine Ridge and Avaley Leasing are not going out of business.

2 DAY MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from BULLARD LINDSAY CONTRACTING CO., INC. & PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT & TILCON CT & JENICAR BUILDERS CONTRACTORS CO., INC. & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS

275 ROUTE 32, NORTH FRANKLIN, CT 06254 DAY 1 • FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 8:30 AM

CONSTRUCTION, EARTHMOVING & AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS PARTIAL LISTING: EXCAVATORS: CRAWLER TRACTORS & LOADERS: RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: SKID STEERS: COMPACT TRACK LOADERS: SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: PAVING EQUIPMENT: CRUSHING & SCREENING: PILE DRIVING EQUIPMENT: LARGE GENSETS: COMPACTORS & ROLLERS: BOOM LIFTS: ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: SCISSOR LIFTS: MOTOR GRADERS & SCRAPERS: FORESTRY EQUIPMENT: ARTICULATED & RIGID FRAME END DUMPS: CRANES: SHEARS & GRAPPLES: BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: TRUCK TRACTORS: TRI & T/A DUMPS: S/A DUMPS: ROLLOFF & ROLLBACK TRUCKS: ROLLOFF CONTAINERS: REFUSE & RECYCLING TRUCKS: CRANE TRUCKS: BUCKET & BOOM TRUCKS: DETACHABLE & LOWBED TRAILERS: DUMP TRAILERS: VAN, FLATBED & SGL DROP TRAILERS: TAG-ALONG & OTHER H.D. EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: LIVE FLOOR TRAILERS: SERVICE & UTILITY TRUCKS: FLATBED & VAN BODY TRUCKS: CAB & CHASSIS: FUEL & LUBE TRUCKS: SWEEPER TRUCKS: FLEET VEHICLES: SNOW HANDLING TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT: TRENCH & SHORING BOXES & ROAD PLATES: EQUIPMENT & TRUCK PARTS & COMPONENTS: AND MORE!

Matt Evans of Mountaineer Infrastructure looks over some of the Caterpillar backhoes.

With intermittent rains, a little forethought for these guys kept them dry as they backed their four-wheeler into one of the 20-ft. shipping containers with Jim Dubay (co-pilot) and driver Vaughn Thibodeau and some folks in the back row seats from TB Equipment & Rental of Bangor, Maine.

DAY 2 • SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 8:30 AM with equipment from HILLSIDE NURSERY & CK CONTRACTORS (Sheet Metal Fabrication Company) GENERAL CONTRACTOR SUPPORT, AG, LANDSCAPE & MFG EQUIPMENT

MAJOR USED EQUIPMENT & RENTAL RETURN INVENTORY AUCTION for EQUIPMENT EAST LLC &

AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS To Be Hosted & Conducted at Equipment East’s Future Sales & Service Facility FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 9:30 AM • 61 SILVA LANE, DRACUT, MA 01826

Gary Carlson of Gary Carlson Equipment came down from Minnesota to see if he could find a few deals (and to escape sub-zero temperatures).

On any of the nine days of the Alex Lyon sale, it was virtually elbow-room only as tremendous crowds turned out daily to bid on machines.

EXTENSIVE LINE OF EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & ATTACHMENTS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS. 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. MA Lic #AU736 ONLINE BIDDING THROUGH EQUIPMENTFACTS

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

More than 245 hydraulic excavators from all manufacturers were auctioned off.

David Seals (L) of Foothills Tractor & Equipment, Centre, Ala., and his father, Billy Seals of Thompson Tractor, Birmingham, Ala., look over some of the Caterpillar iron about to go on the auction block.


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Sealed Bid Auction SURPLUS EQUIPMENT Bid Deadline: March 18, 2014 @ 5:00PM EST Alabama • California • Florida • Pennsylvania • Texas • Washington Notice: Essex Crane Rental Corp. is continually evaluating their rental assets to ensure that they meet the needs of their customers and provide the highest possible return for their shareholders. In an effort to accelerate the sale of currently underutilized cranes, Essex Crane has decided to offer the following assets that are surplus to their present needs. Essex Crane is highly motivated to sell these assets though it reserves the right to accept or reject any bids received.

Discussing some of the cranes in the sale lineup (L-R) are Angel Gonzalez, Construction Equipment Services Inc., Miami, Fla.; Carlos Teran, Teran Industries, Miami, Fla., and “Bargain Bob” Grivetti of GreatLakes Equipment, Oglesby, Ill.

(51) Crawler Cranes! For many years, Lee Mashburn (L) and Jerry Hawthorne of Mashburn Equipment, Ringgold, Ga., have been regular buyers at the Florida Auctions.

Lyon Holds Fla. Sale for 21st Consecutive Year

(2) `98 MANITOWOC 2250 Series III, 300 Ton, s/n 2251030 & s/n 2251015, #44 boom • (2) `01 MANITOWOC 999 Series III, 275 Ton, s/n 9991058 & s/n 9991044, #82 boom • (2) `96 & (2) `95 MANITOWOC 888 Series II, 230 & 220 Ton, s/n 8881003, #22E boom s/n 8881038, s/n 8881009, s/n 8881007, #22EL boom • `03 LIEBHERR HS855SX, 115 Ton, s/n 184521, #1311 boom • (10) MANITOWOC 4100W Series II Vicon, 230 Ton, s/n 41664, s/n 41465, s/n 41434, s/n 41410, s/n 41386, s/n 41329, s/n 41324, s/n 41282, s/n 41228, s/n 41201, #22C boom • (15) MANITOWOC 4000W Vicon, 175 Ton, s/n 40734, s/n 40705, s/n 40699, s/n 40629, s/n 40609, s/n 40581, s/n 40579, s/n 40578, s/n 40566, s/n 40477, s/n 40473, s/n 40467, s/n 40444, s/n 40421, s/n 40301, #22A boom • (10) MANITOWOC 3900W Series II Vicon, 140 Ton, s/n 395233, s/n 395230, s/n 395223, s/n 395220, s/n 395208, s/n 395148, #9A boom, s/n 395084, s/n 395071, s/n 395061, s/n 395058, #9 boom • (6) MANITOWOC, 3900 Vicon, 100 Ton, s/n 391276, s/n 391223, s/n 391151, s/n 391139, s/n 391115, s/n 39844, #8 boom • MANITOWOC 3900B, 100 Ton, s/n 391037, #8 boom.

Please Contact Auction Company For Bid Kit, Brochure & Inspection Details! (800) 233-6898 • sales@hunyady.com

FLORIDA from page 96

www.hunyady.com Bid Live Online At www.Proxibid.com

Paul Twigg (L), Ring Power Corporation, and Mike Pearl, Equipment Mart of New York and FlangeLock LLC are ready to track the auction.

Terry North (L), used equipment manager, Patten CAT, with Alex Lyon & Son’s Midwest Sales Manager, Chad Ketelsen.

With a tremendous exhibit of machines at the auction site, Marooka’s Ken Byrd (L) kept extremely busy promoting the products to prospects, including Denny Wiggins (C) and Shane Marquis of Alabama Truck Equipment, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Danny Whitener of Whitener Hydro Seed & Landscaping has the essentials for the auction … his cell phone and a bottle of water.

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.


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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ........................................65 ANACONDA USA ..........................................................................33 APPLIED LASER TECHNOLOGY/EXTEND ..................................62 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ............................2,3,10 ATI CORPORTATION/LEVEL-BEST ..............................................25 AUGER TORQUE AUSTRALIA PLY LTD ......................................75 BARGAINS ....................................................................................88 BELL TRUCKS ..............................................................................47 BENCH MARK TOOL & SUPPLY ..................................................11 BLANCHARD MACHINERY INC ................................................6,78 BOBCAT COMPANY ................................................................50,51 BOMAG ..........................................................................................38 BROOKS SALES INC ....................................................................14 CASE CONSTRUCTION ..........................................................80,81 CAT AUCTION SERVICES INDIANAPOLIS IN ................................................................99 CATERPILLAR OF FLORIDA ........................................................13 CEG SCALE MODELS ..................................................................79 CHICAGO PNEUMATIC ................................................................28 CLASSIFIEDS ................................................................................88 CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT ..................................18,19 COMPANY WRENCH ....................................................................17 CONEXPO......................................................................................46 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE TARGETED EMAIL ................................................................48 WANTED ................................................................................89 AUCTION TRIPLE PLAY ......................................................95 REACH YOUR MARKET ......................................................34 ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVING............................................52 DOMINION EQUIPMENT PARTS ..................................................54 DYNAPAC ......................................................................................42 EFFICIENCY PRODUCTIONS ......................................................28 FAE USA INC ................................................................................36 FLANGE LOCK ..............................................................................25 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES........................................................24 G S EQUIPMENT ............................................................................9 GEITH INC......................................................................................77 GOMACO CORP ............................................................................41 HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL................................................23 HELAC CORP ................................................................................22 HILLS MACHINERY COMPANY...................................................100 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ................................62,63 HUNYADY AUCTION CO ..............................................................97 HYUNDAI........................................................................................71 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..................................59 IRON PLANET................................................................................91 JCB INC ....................................................................................84,85

JFW EQUIPMENT INC ..................................................................40 JOHN DEERE ................................................................................55 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ..........................................................83 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP................................................26,27,61 KUBOTA EXCAVATORS ................................................................67 KUHN EQUIPMENT SALES INC ..................................................12 LEEBOY ....................................................................................42,43 LINDER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY CO ........................................5 LIUGONG CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ................................29 LLOYD MEEKINS & SONS AUCTION CO WILSON NC ..........................................................................93 MAY HEAVY EQUIPMENT ..............................................................7 MILLER BROS GIANT TIRE SERVICE ........................................26 MOBILE TRACK SOLUTIONS ......................................................20 MOROOKA USA ............................................................................21 NEXTRAN OF JACKSONVILLE ....................................................26 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ....................................70 OKADA AMERICA ..........................................................................74 PAC SOUTH ..................................................................................22 PAVEMENT SERVICES INC ..........................................................36 PEMBERTON INC ..........................................................................62 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEEERS INC CHESHIRE CT ......................................................................96 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO..............................................................14 POWERSCREEN ..........................................................................49 RING POWER CRANE ..................................................................22 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS LEBANON TN ........................................................................97 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY....................................................25 ROSCO MFG CO ..........................................................................37 SAKAI AMERICA INC ....................................................................40 SAND SCIENCE ............................................................................24 SCOTT-GALLAHER INC ................................................................16 SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ......................................32 SULLIVAN PALATEK ......................................................................20 TAKEUCHI ......................................................................................86 THE GRAVELIZER ........................................................................74 TOKU AMERICA INC......................................................................54 TRACTOR TRACS INC ..................................................................78 TRAMAC ........................................................................................73 TREKKER TRACTOR ....................................................................15 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES....................................................32 VOLVO COMPACTION ..................................................................39 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ......................................69 WACKER NEUSON........................................................................57 WIRTGEN AMERICA ................................................................44,45 YANMAR AMERICA ......................................................................87

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UPCOMING UP PCOMIN ING AUCT AUCTIONS TIONS INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Thursday, March 27 ƒ 9 AM Eastern Time

Auctioneer Joel W. Marreel IN License # AU10400057

Hosted by: MacAllister Machinery, Fleet Realignment: Crider & Crider

DENVER, COLORADO Thursday, April 17 ƒ 9 AM Mountain Time Hosted by: Wagner Equipment | 18000 E. Smith Road | Wagner’s Yard | Aurora, CO 80011

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA Tuesday, April 22 ƒ 9 AM Central Time

Auctioneer Joel W. Marreel MN License # 08-17

Hosted by: Ziegler Cat | 13822 West Freeway Drive | Columbus, MN 55038

MIDLAND-ODESSA, TEXAS Thursday, April 24 ƒ 9 AM Central Time

Auctioneer Joel W. Marreel TX License # 14019

Hosted by: Warren Cat | 10325 Younger Rd | Midland, TX 79706 ©2014 Caterpillar. All Rights Reserved. CAT, CATERPILLAR, their respective logos and “Caterpillar Yellow,” as well as corporate and product identity used herein, are trademarks of Caterpillar and may not be used without permission.

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