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Growing Parish Spurs Larger Safety Complex By Cindy Riley
A $24 million public safety complex is being built on 29 acres in north Lafayette Parish, La.
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KPI- JCI Shi nes on ‘ Gold Rush’ …50
In an effort to ease overcrowding at the downtown correctional facility, a $24 million public safety complex is being built on 29 acres in north Lafayette Parish, La. Sheriff Mike Neustrom announced the acquisition of the land back in 2009, with construction on the new W. Willow Public Safety Complex finally getting under way in 2012. Because of rain conditions, the completion of the project has been delayed until early fall 2013. “The sheriff’s vision was to build a complex with the future needs of the community and the local criminal justice system in mind,” said Julio Naudin, project development manager, Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office (LPSO). “The buildings are to be constructed for long-term continual use, while also being flexible for the future. The size of the property
allowed us to build to not only accommodate the current and growing population of inmates involved in both outside and inside work programs, but also to provide space for expansion well into the future.” The Public Safety Complex consists of four buildings and features a transitional work release facility
and a 216-bed minimum custody secure housing facility. The complex also will include a new professional development and training center, video visitation facility and offers a 38,000-sq.-ft. warehouse building. The building will include a central laundry, inmate industries, central warehousing, facilities maintenance and processing areas.
Reggie Deloach, project manager, Ratcliff Construction Company LLC, said that crews began work on the development in February 2012. Currently they are carrying out structural steel erection, roofing, HVAC rough in and electrical rough in. “Floor slabs have been ongoing. Geo-pier installation, tiltwall construction and erection and sitework have already taken place. Limestone aggregate was used for ground improvement in the geopiers, along with xypex waterproofing in the concrete tiltwall panels, concrete, structural steel and pre-engineered metal building components.” Deloach said that crews were initially greeted by standing water on the property, but the area was mowed for quick de-grassing. The challenge has been dealing with the weather and wet site conditions. Deloach added, “Since this is a see COMPLEX page 32
Va. State Senate Passes $880M Southern Pipeline Highway Funding Reform Steams Ahead
Table of Contents ....................4 By Bob Lewis Truck & Trailer Section ..35-38 Recycling Section ............41-51 Attachment Section ........53-56 Parts Section ....................58-59 Business Calendar ................68 Auction Section................70-83 Advertisers Index ..................82
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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) The state Senate passed a sweeping, long-term overhaul to Virginia’s system for funding repairs and upkeep of its highways on Feb. 23, giving Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell a signature legislative triumph on an initiative that had eluded several of his predecessors. The 25-15 vote ended a fractious 46-day General Assembly session, making
McDonnell — who had vowed since his candidacy not to raise taxes — the owner of the largest tax increase bill to clear Virginia’s tax-averse legislature since 2004. And it was the first overhaul of transportation funding since 1986. It came on the final day of the 2013 session, the last over which McDonnell will hold office during the single, four-year term Virginia uniquely allows its governors. It was possible only with support from
Democrats in both the Senate and House. In the Senate, 12 of the 20 Republicans opposed the bill, while the support of 17 Senate Democrats assured passage in that chamber. In the House, Republicans were almost evenly split — 34 in support, 33 opposed — while 25 of the 32 House Democrats voted for it. “This is a compromise bill. It had to be. Neither party controls Richmond outright,’’ McDonnell said, see SENATE page 26
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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) While the debate continues over whether the United States will approve a proposed oil conduit from Canada to the Gulf Coast, the segment from Cushing, Okla., to the Texas Gulf Coast is halfway toward completion and could be transporting oil by the end of the year. President Barack Obama traveled to Oklahoma nearly a year ago to tout construction of TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline from the Cushing oil hub to Houston-area refineries. A decision on whether to allow the longer pipeline awaits see KEYSTONE page 24
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MORE THAN 1,300 EXHIBITORS MARK 2013 WORLD OF CONCRETE The total exhibitor count at the show is in excess of 1,300, with a wide array of building materials, masonry products, machine tools and electrical equipments being showcased during the event.
With the addition of several new territory managers, the FAE USA staff focused training on the entire FAE and PrimeTech equipment and attachment lines.
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SANY AMERICA NAMES NEW DEALER OF EXCAVATORS IN N.C.
Eric Teague, vice president of earthmoving of SANY America, said the appointment of Tar Heel Machinery is part of an aggressive expansion of the SANY America excavator dealer network, which has doubled in size since mid-2012.
KPI-JCI EQUIPMENT FEATURED ON DISCOVERY’S ‘GOLD RUSH’
Fans of Discovery Channel’s Gold Rush likely noticed a big difference this season with the addition of new equipment, which has enabled Team Hoffman to bring in more gold than any other season.
TEREX CORP. ENTERS AGREEMENT TO DIVEST ROADBUILDING ASSETS
Product lines being divested include asphalt plants and pavers manufactured in Porto Allegre, Brazil, and assets for the asphalt paver, reclaimer stabilizer and material transfer product lines, which are currently manufactured in Oklahoma City.
MEEKINS HOLDS AUCTION FOR LOCKLEAR BORING IN CREEDMOOR Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Co. held an absolute auction featuring equipment from Locklear Boring Inc. on Jan. 31 in Creedmoor, N.C.
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(L-R): U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Kelly Tate, Master Sgt. Derek Earles, Major Pete Domahosku, Col. Peter Feug and Lt. Leo Kim took a photo op with John Deere’s Dan Sulzer and this 310K EP backhoe.
(L-R): Jason Bishop, Bishop Paving Co. in Oklahoma City, Okla., speaks with Regis Mobley and Ray Harper of ErectA-Line about their paving products.
More Than 1,300 Exhibitors Mark 2013 World of Concrete
orld of Concrete, ranked as one of the premier building and construction sector trade shows in the United States, was held Feb. 5 to 8 in Las Vegas. This year’s World of Concrete served as a platform for more than 50,000 professional experts from this sector to meet and directly interact with each other, taking a total exhibition space of 500,000 sq. ft. (46,451 sq m). The total exhibitor count at the show is in excess of 1,300, with a wide array of building materials, masonry products, machine tools and electrical equipments being showcased during the event. Several interactive special events were organized during the show and participating companies were provided with ample scope to expand their corporate networks here as well. For more information, visit www.worldofconcrete.com. see WOC page 18
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Scott Britton (L) of Caterpillar has been telling Nicholas Hogan of Trans-Colorado Excavation in Windsor, Colo., all about the features of this 930K loader.
Kelly Graves (L), Kleemann, and Mike Goeken of Illinois Valley Paving Co. in Winchester, Ill., wanted their picture taken with the MR 130 ZS impactor.
Keith Becker (L), Atlas Copco, points out the attributes of the Smart Poker concrete vibrator to Curtis Goyetche, Fillmore Construction, Edmonton, Canada.
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FAE USA Annual Sales Meeting, Training Demo in Ga.
AE USA recently held its annual sales meeting and training demo for all U.S. territory managers. The first of two days of meetings started at Lake Lanier Islands resort in north Georgia with product training and marketing strategies and continued on day two with additional training and a demo. With the addition of several new territory managers, the FAE USA staff focused training on the entire FAE and PrimeTech equipment and attachment lines. Several new FAE product offerings for 2013, which were introduced at the meeting, had many looking forward to getting back to their territories to spread the good news. “The new low flow DML/HY125 and DML/SSL125 are going to be the hottest selling attachments on the market,” said Dave Evans, territory manager in the Carolina’s. “If you think about the low flow industry for heavy brush clearing, there’s only brush cutters and flail mowers. There’s maybe only one other low flow drum style rotary mulcher on the market. The way FAE has designed their new low flow mulcher, I truly believe this is going to be one of the
FAE USA territory representatives from all over the country converged on FAE USA in Flowery Branch, Ga., to learn and demo the newest products manufactured by FAE during its recent annual meeting.
year’s hot sellers.” Ken Pryzgoda, territory manager of Colo., N.M., and Wyo., was equally impressed with the new FAE USA DML/HY & DML/SSL mulchers. “With the high speed rotor system having a smaller diameter and turning faster with the new design tooth, these attachments will really open a new market of the low flow
FAE demoed a Challenger MT665D with the new RSM 225 PTO driven attachment, mostly for road reclamation, but also a multi-purpose machine that works as a rock crusher, soil stabilizer and forestry tiller.
FAE USA’s Giorgio Carera (L) and Lee Smith field questions from their territory managers on all of the products that were demoed throughout the day.
machine owners … it’s a very fast cutting machine,” he said. FAE USA CEO Giorgio Carera was in attendance and noted that everyone seemed very positive that the market is coming back. He said that this optimism coupled with the new products being launched would make for a good year. “We have new products ... including our
At completion of demo time, the mulching attachments were brought indoors and carefully inspected by regional managers and representatives of the parent company, FAE in Italy.
Operating a Caterpillar mini-excavator and demonstrating the new FAE DML/HY125 mini-excavator mulching head with fixed teeth is FAE USA service technician Jason Garland.
new low flow mulching attachments we are introducing at this meeting,” he said. “We explored this market for quite some time and found there was a good potential with contractors that own low flow machines who want to do multiple jobs and be able to add the ability to grind and mulch material and underbrush. What we saw were a lot of low flow skid steers owned by contractors looking for other options to fully utilize their machines and expand into other types of work. With the majority of the skid steer loaders on the market being low flow machines, this was a natural progression for our lineup of mulchers. These new attachments also carry over into utilization in the farming industry.” Carera added, “FAE prides itself on using the best engineering and technology available as well as the best materials, such as Hardox steel. The majority of the attachment body that contains the main wear parts are protected by Hardox. Because of this, we are the only manufacturer in this segment of the industry that is able to carry the Hardox logo on our attachments.” The new low flow attachments are now available.
A Caterpillar 289C compact track loader was the carrier machine for demoing one of the stars of the show … the new DML/SSL125 low flow mulching attachment for skid steer loaders and compact track machines.
Earle Alsobrook, FAE USA regional representative of Alabama, does some iPad videoing of each of the demos to take back and view with the dealers and customers in his territory.
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Exhibitor Space Totals 500,000 Sq. Ft. at World of Concrete WOC from page 8
(L-R): Steve Runyan, Case; Kelton Maw, Maw Equipment, Ogden, Utah; and Richard Abbajay, CNH Capital, talk iron around this Case CX31B mini excavator. Joe Davis (L) of Canton Ready Mix Inc. in Canton, Ill., has been watching the video of the MB America screening bucket with Casey Reed, MB America.
Phil Ankrum (L), 5M Contracting Inc., in Las Vegas, admires the Doosan DX 100H hydraulic hammer mounted on the Doosan DX140 LC excavator with Aaron Kleingartner of Doosan.
Kubota’s Keith Rohrbacker (L) shows the KX040 mini-excavator to Carl Yokoi, Yokoi Engineering in Newbury Park, Calif.
(L-R): David Spainhour, Midco Demolition Tool Co. in Dallas, Texas, poses with Chicago Pneumatic’s Erin Crowe, Paul McClendon and John Vogel in front of the RX22 3500 hydraulic hammer.
Chance Ewing, Saw Jockey Concrete Cutting, in Salt Lake City, Utah, has been learning about this 4,000-lb. Allied Rammer 2577 hydraulic hammer from Ed Turner of Allied.
Kevin Ackley (L) of GOMACO discusses the GOMACO TC 5600 with Charles Velilla, CVESPACIO, in Queretaro, Mexico.
Dan Livezey (L), New Holland, and Sandy Heintzinger, Gregori Construction & Engineering, Miami, Fla., take a photo op with the B95C rubber tired loader.
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) Gov. Nikki Haley called on legislators Feb. 14 to put additional revenue toward fixing South Carolina’s roads and bridges. Haley’s news conference in front of road construction equipment came a day before the state’s economic advisers were set to revise their revenue projections. Haley predicts they’ll increase estimates by more than $100 million. Haley’s executive budget proposal uses November estimates. The House budget-writing committee will use the new numbers as its members put together their 2013-14 budget proposal. A final revenue estimate comes in May, in time for the Senate to put together its plan. Haley expects an even bigger projection for state coffers then — what she refers to as the “money tree.’’ Haley wants $26 million taken off the top of additional revenues for income tax cuts and the rest to go toward infrastructure, saying crumbling roads and bridges hurt economic development. “At some point it will stop,’’ she said about job announcements, “if we don’t do something about this.’’ Haley reiterated her opposition to raising the state’s 16-cents-per-gallon gas tax, unchanged since 1987. “This is the way to do it,’’ she said about her plan, repeating her budget plan and what she touted in her State of the State address. “I’m giving them a solution without having to raise one single penny.’’ But her plan funds a tiny fraction of the need. The Department of Transportation estimates it needs nearly double the amount currently spent on state-maintained roads — $1.5 billion yearly over the next 20 years — just to bring them to “good’’ condition. Business and community leaders statewide put out a plan that pares that down. They urge legislators to spend $6 billion over the next 10 to 15 years on the most critical projects statewide: $2.8 billion on interstate widening, $2 billion on bridges and $1.2 billion on resurfacing. Still, that’s $600 million a year to get it done in a decade. “Any bit of money we can get to repair the
system is welcome,’’ said DOT Director Robert St. Onge. South Carolina’s highway system includes nearly 41,500 highway miles and 8,400 bridges, making South Carolina’s system the nation’s fourth-largest, funded in part by the fourth-lowest state tax. Of the $1.5 billion the DOT expects to collect next fiscal year, 60 percent comes from federal taxes. Of those nearly 8,400 bridges, seven are closed, 420 have weight restrictions for crossing, and nearly 900 are rated in poor condition.
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“We don’t need to wait until one of those 421 bridges falls apart,’’ Haley said. The leaders of the state Chamber of Commerce and state Manufacturers Alliance praised Haley for making infrastructure a priority. Otis Rawl of the state chamber called Haley’s plan a good first step. Other than using most of additional revenue for infrastructure, Haley recommends in her budget re-directing $4.3 million of fuel taxes currently diverted to other agencies and using $10 million of capital reserves for road work. Asked why she advocates taking $26 million off the top for income tax cuts if road work is so critical, Haley responded there’s no reason the Legislature can’t do both. A bill sponsored by House Speaker Bobby Harrell would shift roughly $100 million collected through the state sales tax on vehicles — which is capped at $300 — specifically to road work. But that idea has previously died in the Senate, with opponents saying it takes money from other needs. Haley applauded that House GOP bill as something to do in addition to her plan.
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the results of a U.S. State Department review that is necessary because the oil would be carried across an international border. Nearly 4,000 workers in Oklahoma and Texas are aligning and welding a 485-mi. (780 km) section, TransCanada spokesman David Dodson told The Associated Press. “We’re right at peak right now,’’ he said. “We hope to have it in operation by the end of this year.’’ TransCanada applied for a federal permit almost five years ago but its construction has become controversial. Environmentalists warn of potential spills and say extracting and using tar sands oil, which the pipeline would carry from Alberta, would worsen climate change. Unions and TransCanada counter the project will bring thousands of jobs and bolster the United States’ oil supply from its friends and neighbors. Obama rejected the permit early last year but left the door open for a retry that the State Department is
currently considering. A decision could come by summer. Because the Gulf Coast segment doesn’t cross an international border, its approval process was much simpler and work began last August, Dodson said. When completed, the segment will carry 700,000 gal. of oil each day from the existing pipeline network centered around Cushing to the southern refineries. Now about 850 laborers are at work in Oklahoma, with roughly 3,000 more in Texas. Most are temporary contracts. Dodson said he didn’t know when those numbers would start winding down. Pipeliners Local 798, a national union based in Tulsa, Okla., has about 250 of its members working on the pipeline’s northern twothirds, union business manager Danny Hendrix said. He estimated about half of those welders are from Oklahoma. “These jobs are really good-paying jobs,’’ Hendrix said. “They provide not only a good living wage, they provide health care and
“All that being said, here’s the deal: We’ve been very fortunate in the pipeline business. When the rest of the economy was in terrible shape, we’ve been doing very well. It’s not a deal breaker or a killer for us if we don’t get it.’’ Danny Hendrix Pipeliners Local 798
they also provide pension.’’ Throughout the approval process, TransCanada has stressed those benefits, saying the pipeline could support thousands of people in economically rough times. Hendrix said the jobs were appreciated but not as urgent as they’ve been portrayed. “All that being said, here’s the deal: We’ve been very fortunate in the pipeline business,’’ he said. “When the rest of the economy was in terrible shape, we’ve been doing very well. It’s not a deal
breaker or a killer for us if we don’t get it.’’ Work started in Oklahoma about two months ago. Dodson, from TransCanada, said protests against it — formerly limited to Texas — have come with it. At least two socalled “direct actions’’ involved people locking themselves to construction equipment to prevent its use, leading to 10 arrests in central Oklahoma. Such civil disobedience tactics have become a mainstay of the pipeline’s opposition. A rally near
the White House on Feb. 17 drew 35,000 protesters, according to organizers, a few days after celebrities and prominent environmental activists tied themselves to the White House fence. “What we’re working on — and experiencing some success with — is trying to amplify the voices of people who aren’t represented by the national discourse,’’ said Jay Morris, a spokesman of the Great Plains Tar Sands Resistance in Oklahoma. Those people include those living at both ends of the Keystone XL proposal, he said: where the oil is extracted and where it’s processed and refined. Protests will continue, Morris said, and his group will keep trying to unify opposition even if the Keystone XL pipeline is finished from Canada to Texas. In the meantime, Hendrix said, pipeline workers with his union will keep an eye on Washington. “If the permit gets approved, we’ll start construction on the northern end of it immediately,’’ he said.
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acknowledging the bizarre partisan alignment in a celebratory statement after the Senate vote. The measure of the reversed partisan polarity enveloping the bill found presumptive Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe allied with McDonnell in support of it, while Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, unopposed for his party’s gubernatorial nomination, opposed it. The bill would replace Virginia’s 17 1/2 cents-per-gallon retail gasoline tax with a 3.5 percent wholesale tax on gasoline and a 6 percent levy on diesel fuel. It boosts statewide sales taxes from 5 percent to 5.3 percent. It increases the titling tax on car sales and adds a $100 registration fee for fuel-sipping hybrid vehicles. It also rules out proposed tolls on Interstate 95 south of Petersburg. Altogether, it would generate new statewide revenue totaling $880 million annually for the state’s 58,000-mi. network of roads when fully phased in within four years. It could provide hundreds of millions more, provided localities in Virginia’s most critically gridlocked regions of northern Virginia and Hampton Roads adopt elective regional tax increases. Most of the no votes came from anti-tax conservatives. “In a time when your dollar is not going as far as it once did, in a time when unemployment is higher than we would like it to be, the General Assembly is saying, ‘Well, you make out the best way you can, but we’re going to take a bigger chunk of your wages,’’ said Sen. Ralph Smith, RRoanoke County. But some Democrats took aim at it, too, including Sen. J. Chapman Petersen, who called it “overly complex and, in places, contradictory. I feel like it makes arbitrary distinctions between petroleum and diesel, between inefficient vehicles and efficient vehicles that, frankly, have no logical basis.’’ Aside from the $100 annual hybrid penalty, diesel fuel will be taxed at nearly double the gasoline rate. Fellow Democratic Sen. Adam Ebbin of Alexandria also scored the bill, saying it “represents bad economics and bad transportation policy’’ for weakening the link between fuel and highway use and revenue, and for moving part of the burden to the general retail sales tax on all merchandise except for groceries and medicine. “That’s what we should be doing to fund transportation — raising our gas tax. This bill hurts people who can least afford it. Virginians should not be forced to pay a higher tax for the clothes on their backs than they pay at the gas pump,’’ Ebbin said. One conservative Republican, however, overcame his aversion to taxes, saying his poor, rural region in southwestern Virginia would benefit more than it has in years. “Do I agree with the [tax] increases that are in there? Probably not all of them. Do I feel it’s perfect? I don’t feel it’s perfect, but do I feel that I could have done better? No,’’ said Sen. Charles W. “Bill’’ Carrico of Grayson County. The bill passed after a series of harrowing turns over its final 24 hours. Democrats balked Feb. 22 after McDonnell had admonished lawmakers not to push for Medicaid expansion without deep cost-cutting and efficiency reforms first. After House and Senate negotiators agreed to form a legislative commission to oversee the reforms, McDonnell expressed his conditional support in a letter that satisfied Democrats. But an overnight ruling by conservative Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli that the commission is unconstitutional angered the Democrats anew and threatened to doom the bill before House and Senate leaders edited the provision to make Cuccinelli’s ruling moot.
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MSHA to Publish Pattern of Violations Final Rule Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis announced a final rule to strengthen safety in the nation’s most dangerous mines. The rule, which revises the Mine Safety and Health Administration’s pattern of violations regulation in 30 Code of Federal Regulations Part 104, has been submitted to the Federal Register for publication. It will ensure that mine operators monitor and address the most hazardous safety problems in their mines. It also strengthens MSHA’s hand to respond to dangerous mining conditions, and improve safety and health for mining’s most important resource — the miner. “The tragedy at the Upper Big Branch Mine should not be forgotten. It exacted a terrible toll on the nation, coal miners’ families and coal companies. Over the last three years, the Labor Department has undergone a serious and comprehensive evaluation of mine safety practices, and that has led to reforms to protect America’s miners. The rule we are announcing today will hold mine operators accountable when they disregard life-saving safety measures,” Solis said. “This final rule represents one of MSHA’s highest priority regulatory initiatives and one that addresses Congress’ intent that this regulation encourage chronic violators to comply with the Mine Act and MSHA’s health and safety standards,” said Joseph A. Main,
assistant secretary of labor for mine safety and health. “We think that this final rule will help prevent another tragedy such as occurred at the Upper Big Branch Mine. It promotes consistency in applying the POV notice as an enforcement tool, provides for a more open and transparent process, emphasizes operators’ responsibility to comply with safety and health standards and monitor their own compliance, and more effectively achieves the statutory intent of the Mine Act.” Under the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977, MSHA is required to issue a POV notice to any mine operator that demonstrates a disregard for the health and safety of miners through a pattern of significant and substantial violations. An S&S violation is one that contributes to a safety or health hazard that is reasonably likely to result in a reasonably serious injury or illness. The POV final rule, which also is responsive to several recommendations made by the Labor Department’s Office of the Inspector General in a September 2010 report, strengthens MSHA’s ability to deal with the nation’s most dangerous, troubling mines and mine operators. It places the agency in a better position to identify operators that demonstrate a disregard for the
health and safety of miners and have not responded to other enforcement measures. “There has been recognition by many that the system has been broken, with no mine being placed on POV status until 2011 — 33 years after the law went into effect,” said Main. “MSHA should not be prevented from taking action to protect the lives of miners for months, or even years, while we await the final outcome of citations and orders that a mine operator can easily contest. The new rule addresses those flaws.” The following are among the final rule’s major provisions: Allows MSHA to issue a POV notice without first issuing a potential POV notice. Eliminates the existing requirement that MSHA can consider only final orders in its POV review. Establishes general criteria and procedures that MSHA will use to identify mines with a pattern of S&S violations. Reinforces mine operators’ responsibility for compliance with MSHA safety and health standards and for monitoring their mines’ compliance. Clarifies that MSHA will consider a mine operator’s effective implementation of an MSHA-approved corrective action program as a mitigating circumstance in its POV review, if the program contains definitive benchmarks implemented prior to POV
notice, and the operator has reduced S&S violations. Restates the statutory requirement that, for mines in POV status, each S&S violation will result in a withdrawal order until a complete inspection finds no S&S violations. “The primary purpose of the POV rule is the restoration of safe and healthful conditions at noncompliant mines,” said Main. “The final rule better achieves the goal of the Mine Act and the intent of Congress.” In April 2011, MSHA launched an online monitoring tool that enables mine operators, miners and the public to determine, based on the most recent data available, how a specific mine matches up with the criteria for a potential pattern of violations. Under the final rule, the online tool will continue to be available to measure compliance performance against POV criteria. The POV rule is the third regulation MSHA has issued aimed at preventing coal mine dust explosions, such as the one that occurred at the Upper Big Branch Mine. MSHA issued a final rule to improve rock dust standards on June 21, 2011, and a final rule on underground coal mine examinations April 6, 2012. Both of these rules were aimed at improving conditions that could lead to such explosions. For more information, visit http://www.msha.gov.
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Tractor and Equipment Earns SANY America Names New Tramac Top Dealer Award Dealer of Excavators in N.C. SANY America has named Tar Heel Machinery its excavator dealer in North Carolina. “Tar Heel Machinery has built its business reputation on trust and long-term relationships,” said Eric Teague, vice president of earthmoving of SANY America. “We find them a good match for our vision to provide the best excavators and service to our customers.” Tar Heel Machinery, founded in 2005 by Penn McMichael and Scott Woody, has locations in Charlotte, Raleigh and Reidsville, N.C. The company sells, rents and services heavy equipment, including excavators, articulated haulers, crawler carriers, wheel loaders and crawler dozers. “Tar Heel Machinery is excited to represent SANY in North Carolina,” McMichael said. “We are proud to be able to offer our customers a quality excavator with a Cummins engine, strong hydraulics and a three-year warranty at an affordable price.”
“SANY has made a long-term commitment to be a major equipment provider in the U.S. market,” Woody said. “SANY is here to stay. We believe in the SANY line enough to put the Tar Heel Machinery name on it.” SANY America’s excavator offerings include the 7.5-ton (6.8 t) SY75C, the 13.5ton (12.2 t) SY135C, the 21.5-ton (19.5 t) SY215C and the 23.5-ton (21.3 t) SY235C. Additional models will be introduced in North America in the coming year. SANY excavators feature low overall owner operating costs, ease of operation, low operating noise and solid excavator performance. Teague said the appointment of Tar Heel Machinery is part of an aggressive expansion of the SANY America excavator dealer network, which has doubled in size since mid-2012. “We will continue to grow with strong partners like Tar Heel Machinery,” he said. For more information, visit www.sanyamerica.com.
Tramac by Montabert recently recognized several integral partners in the industry, including Tractor and Equipment Company, which received the Top Dealer Award of Excellence for 2012. Presenting the award on behalf of Tramac by Montabert was Stephane Giroudon (3rd from L), business manager. “The relationship between Tractor and Equipment and Tramac by Montabert has been a mutually beneficial one and has unraveled far beyond expectation over the years. Being an integral partner with us has assisted in the development of the brand in North America,” said Giroudon. Receiving the award on behalf of Tractor and Equipment (L-R) was Mike Copeland, general manager-Georgia, Brett Bussman, general manager-Alabama and Dan Stracener, president of Tractor and Equipment.
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Doosan Portable Power Takes ARA Members Back to the ’60s Doosan Portable Power offered American Rental Association (ARA) members a peek into the past in its booth at The Rental Show 2013. The booth display commemorated 50 years of exhibiting at The Rental Show, as the commitment by the company to become an exhibitor at the annual ARA trade show began in 1963. To commemorate the 50-year anniversary, Doosan Portable Power hosted Chris Wehrman, ARA executive vice president and chief executive officer in the booth, where she was presented with a gold diecast Doosan P185 portable air compressor model presented by Shawn Sweet, president, Doosan Portable Power. A gold-painted Doosan P185 portable air compressor — a legacy product in the rental industry — was showcased in the center of the booth to honor the last half-century of exhibiting at the trade show. The special P185 was purchased by ARA member, O’Leary’s Contractors Equipment & Supply Inc., headquartered in Chicago. Also spotlighted in the booth were machines representing the Doosan product range, including the newest addition to the Doosan Portable Power line — the G70 mobile generator. Other products featured included the G25 mobile generator, P425 /
Doosan Portable Power has been exhibiting at ARA since 1963. Staff members helped observe the occasion by dressing in ’60s attire.
HP375 dual pressure air compressor, C185 air compressor, LSC compact light tower, BL2000 balloon light and multiple light compaction equipment models. Doosan Portable Power staff members continued the theme, dressing in ’60s attire and greeting ARA members with daily
refreshments, including a gold candy buffet and a 50th anniversary cake. A second significant milestone was celebrated on behalf of Joe Jabbour, rental sales and marketing manager, Doosan Portable Power, who has been with the company and staffed the booth at the annual ARA show for 41 years. A dis-
play board highlighting his many achievements with Doosan Portable Power and the rental industry was featured in the booth. News, entertainment and advertising film clips shown in the booth took visitors back to the ’60s with speeches from Martin Luther King, President John F. Kennedy, and news footage of the state funeral of John F. Kennedy in 1963. Television commercials also were shown, including a Chevrolet corvette spot and promotions related to popular television shows from the era. Attendees who stopped by the booth had daily opportunities to win a gold diecast Doosan P185 model and additional diecast Doosan models. Winners were selected from entries submitted by taking a Doosan Portable Power history quiz. Doosan Portable Power also celebrated 50 years of exhibiting as a gold sponsor at The Rental Show 2013. In addition, the company donated a Doosan LSC light tower to the ARA Foundation 2013 auction, held at the trade show. Proceeds from the annual auction support programs, including scholarships, disaster relief and recovery, and the Rental Executive Advisory Program (REAP). For more information, visit doosanportablepower.com.
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Ratcliff Construction to Finish New Safety Complex by Fall COMPLEX from page 1
work release facility, the security measures are not extreme as in normal prison construction. This is a minimum security facility that houses ‘clients’ that are short-term and about to released. We will have no direct involvement with the prisoners, nor supervise any prisoners on this project.” According to Naudin, the project will allow for better use of space for multiple sites within the sheriff’s office. By completing the job, current LPSO buildings will be able to expand and make better use of their space. “The new facility will house minimum security inmates or inmates who are currently in our Transitional Work Release Program and outside worker dorms. All of these inmates spend much of their day already working outside our current facilities. We will coordinate training so that the employees will operate the new facility without inmates for a period of approximately two weeks. We have been working on a occupation schedule that will consist of moving the offenders over in stages. We will open the transitional work program first, working out any issues. Within a week we will open the secure housing.” The Lafayette Parish Correctional Center was built in 1984 to accommodate 338 inmates. Currently, the capacity is 954 with an ADP of 900. Since the mid 1980s, the Parish has grown significantly. As a result, the offender population also has grown. The footprint of the facility has not changed since the original design. Units that were designed for 13 offenders now house 33. The new complex should ease some of the crowding, but this will be dependent upon multiple items. It will create more flexibility in operations. “We will still continue to operate the downtown jail, so only a portion of staff and inmates will be moving to this new location,” Naudin said. “Change and transition is difficult in any agency, so we have put together a full-time transitional team, headed by Captain Colby Barbier, so most of the adjustments will already be in place once the facility is open for its first occupants. The transition for both inmate workers and staff and will be minimal and positive. The new facility will provide better services for the inmate worker residents, including an outdoor recreation area. “The first two weeks of operating the facility will be used to train staff on security procedures, systems and the working of the physical plant. Security systems will be tied to our current system and monitored both on location and from our master control at the downtown correctional center. Between the transitional work facility and the secure housing there will be approximately 400 offenders that will be moving.” Oak Grove was the original working title for the project and Naudin says no decision has been made on a permanent name. “We’re calling it The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office Public Safety Complex for now,” Naudin said. “Plans are for the trees and the grass in the southwest corner to be a public space for the neighborhood. The new facility is not a jail in the classic sense, in that only a part of it will provide secure housing. All of the housing will be for offenders that go and work in our community every day. Many of the residents are in our reentry program and are already transitioning for release.” The complex also will house a large Staff Training Facility and Video Visitation area which will be opened to the public daily. Many of the businesses and residents living near the new complex have reportedly expressed their appreciation of the possible added community safety the new law enforcement presence the sheriff’s office will bring to the neighbor-
hood. The current Transitional Housing Facility is located across from a school. “Work Release, now called Transitional Work Program, provides soon-to-be-released offenders an opportunity to transition back into the community by providing work opportunities in the public sector,” Naudin said. “Transitional Work Release offenders pay for their own housing from the money they earn as well as provide for the needs of their families. Inmate Industries, which is called LAPCORR, manufactures goods to sell to qualified buyers. It also provides low-cost grounds keeping and clean-up labor to area governmental agencies, schools and municipalities, saving tax dollars.
Detail of one of the many tilt walls being installed. Forms for the pouring of the walls are constructed and poured adjacent to where the wall will be lifted and installed.
“On the manufacturing side, inmates working at LAPCORR produce trash bags, custom corrugated boxes and institutional mattresses and pillows for sale, among other things,” Naudin continued. “In addition to providing a revenue stream that helps offset the cost of their incarceration, LAPCORR also provides valuable training in a positive work environment and other basic work skills to the inmates involved. The correctional center, housing almost three times the number of inmates it was designed to house, put a lot of stress on limited space devoted to support services such as kitchen, laundry, medical and storage. Moving laundry and much of the supply storage to the new facility will allow room for expansion of the others in their present locations. “Operationally, cost effectiveness is second only to security,” said Naudin. “For example, much of the finishing work at the new complex will be done with our own inmate work crews. This includes painting, landscaping and moving. Inmates eligible to work outside of the Correctional Center during the day appreciate the opportunity and do a good job. Many of them already have many valuable skills that are currently being used to help organizations such as Habitat for Humanity or the LPSO program that builds wheelchair accessible ramps, among other things.” Grace & Hebert architects designed the new complex, which was overseen by Adam Fishbein. “Since this project is located in an industrial area, we intended to have the facility blend with its surroundings without looking like a traditional prison,” Fishbein said. “The client tasked our firm with preserving a series of old growth oak trees as part of the complex to create a park-like atmosphere. The overall intent was to provide an environment that was properly master planned, that could be used for a multitude of uses including industries, transitional housing, training, visitation and work release.” Said Fishbein, “It was our job to appropriately site the buildings in such a way that it feels like a campus. The scale
of the buildings, the use of non-traditional exterior materials, specifically glazing, along with clearstories and green walls, further enhance the eye appeal of the facility. This complex will look and feel more like an office park than a prison.” Fishbein, who said that the biggest hurdle was getting approval from the Corps of Engineers on a wetlands delineation, described the buildings as slab on grad support on geo-piers. The exterior building materials are mainly tilt-up insulated concrete walls, metal panel and storefront glazing systems. “The housing units all have exposed structural systems, which are a combination of PEMB and traditional steel. The buildings are very well naturally lit by clearstories and window systems. The work release building has a green wall designed as part of the integrated structural system on the front facade.” Fishbein added, “Our firm has been performing justice design projects for more than 40 years. Since entering the correctional architecture market in 1970, we have designed more than 200 corrections projects ranging in scale from minor renovations to completely new facilities. This work includes the creation of more than 3,000 cell and 9,000 dormitory beds for all types of facilities; minimum and maximum security, for men, women, juvenile, mental health and work release. We have designed completed correctional facilities that have encompassed every facet of the daily operations of law enforcement. Our correctional design philosophy is to provide a cost-effective plan that minimizes long-term maintenance issues, minimizes staffing and maximizes visibility from central control points. Through a carefully considered design, we can minimize the risk to staff and detainees.” Funding for the project was accomplished by securing municipal bonds. Due to strict fiscal management within the organization, the sheriff's office was able to receive a “Double A” rating for the bonds. Officials will be paying these bonds back with debt service for the next 20 years. Aside from securing funding, officials had to determine the proper site selection. Naudin said that was easier said than done. “Within a parish that is growing very rapidly the selection of the location took significant effort,” Naudin said. “Many sites were evaluated before the final one was selected. As the facility opens, the next challenge will be to ensure that we just don’t simply rely on additional beds and instead continue to manage the resources of the parish efficiently through all means. I think the extensive use of inmate labor to complete the project and do much of the finish and landscape work — resulting in a significant savings to the tax payers — is interesting. Also, by doing so, it provides many of the soon to be released inmates an opportunity to learn skills they can use later.” The Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office provides law enforcement services, patrol, dispatch and criminal investigation for all residents of Lafayette Parish, with a focus area that includes the unincorporated areas of the Parish. The LPSO’s new, secure facility should be completed later this year, with prisoners being transferred no earlier than November. This will allow enough time to train personnel who will be working in the complex, which will employ a direct supervision style of inmate management, where barriers between correctional deputies and prisoners are removed. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
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Trucks & Trailers
Ox Bodies SuperDump Featured at 2013 World of Asphalt Ox Bodies in partnership with Freightliner Trucks, will be displaying Freightliner 114SD trucks featuring the Ox SuperDump at the World of Asphalt, March 19 to 21, 2013, in San Antonio, Texas and the MidAmerica Trucking Show, March 21 to 23, 2013, in Louisville, Ky. The design touts increased payloads up to 25 tons (22.7 t) featuring four, six or seven axle configurations. Enhanced strength and performance is delivered through an AR450 floor, 100XF sides and a lightweight and durable I-Beam understructure. And to top it off, an asphalt rear-concave tailgate, a heavy duty hydraulic system that integrates with the chassis you choose and a tri-axle air-suspension designed to assist carrying the increased payload plus ensure a smooth ride with added stability and handling, according, to the manufacturer. Optional features include: sloped front design for increased storage and better payload cleanout, onboard weight scales for real-time payload maximization and monitoring, air-retractable mud flaps, nonstick bed liners, and tarp systems in addition to many other product-enhancing upgrades. “If you want your business to operate at peak performance and make your customers incredibly satisfied, then this is a must see product for you. It is simply the best in the industry,” said Ox Bodies Marketing Manager Jan Wienczkowski. For more information, visit www.oxbodies.com.
The design touts increased payloads up to 25 tons (22.7 t) featuring four, six or seven axle configurations.
Stage 8 Locking Fastener Kits Protect Against Hp. Loss in Turbocharger Apps Stage 8, an active mechanical locking system manufacturer, now offers locking fastener kits for all Turbo Charger applications. The best technique for dealing with turbocharger fastener problems is to prevent them from occurring. Stage 8 offers an easy to use kit that provides assurance against horsepower loss or Stage 8’s Turbo Charger 3-piece locking fastener gasket failure created by loose nuts or assemblies are application specific for either 6 point bolts, according to the manufacturer. “Turbo fasteners are notorious for hex head bolts or nuts in both metric and imperial loosening as a result of extreme temsizes.
peratures and heavy vibration,” Robert Ahern, Stage 8 director, said. “The need to maintain horsepower makes Stage 8 locking fasteners a wise investment for all turbo-charged vehicles.” Stage 8’s Turbo Charger 3-piece locking fastener assemblies are application specific for either 6 point hex head bolts or nuts in both metric and imperial sizes. Depending on the application, a 4140 alloy steel bolt or nut, stainless steel locking retainer and spring clip are included. Stage 8 lock-
ing turbo kits are sold with all of the necessary hardware for specific applications. Stage 8 manufactures many types of active, fail-safe mechanical locking fasteners including locking header bolts. Stage 8 services GE Locomotive, Link-Belt Cranes, Caterpillar, NASA, Oshkosh, Ford Racing, BAE Systems, Stolle Machinery and more. For more information, call 800/8437836 or visit www.stage8.com.
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Ervin Equipment Supplies Full Line of Transcraft Trailers Ervin Equipment Inc., a leading supplier of new and pre-owned transportation equipment, now deals the full line of new Transcraft trailers. Transcraft manufactures a wide range of flatbed and drop deck trailers sold under the Transcraft Eagle and Benson brand names. The trailer range, which encompasses standard-duty, heavy-duty and extreme-duty trailers, is designed to meet the needs of the commercial vehicle and construction industries. Transcraft may be new to Ervin’s lineup, but Ervin is not new to the trailer industry according to Jeff Weber, Ervin’s vice president of sales and marketing. “We have been supplying a wide variety of trailers for multiple industries for more than 30 years,” he said. “Adding Transcraft trailers enables us to continue meeting the demands of a growing customer base and reaffirm our status as a full-service, one-stop shop capable of supplying any type of trailer our customers need.” Transcraft manufactures its trailers in steel, aluminum or a combination of the two. The company can build the trailers to spec to accommodate any type of weight requirement for loads ranging from palletized freight to heavy equipment. The trailers are
available with light-weight features, beam capacities up to 73,000 lbs. (33,112 kg) in 4 ft. (1.2 m), and 28 to 53-ft. (8.5 to 16 m) deck lengths. There are more than 150 other standard and custom options, including forklift kits, lift decks, container twist locks, rear axle slides and modified deck heights. Ervin’s expertise in the industry allows its sales team to recommend the perfect trailer for each customer’s specific needs, from
deck styles to weights and axle specifications. If the ideal trailer doesn’t exist, Ervin can arrange for the manufacturing of a trailer with the desired modifications, according to the company. “Most customers have a solid understanding of the basic trailer needs based on their load requirements,” said Weber. “Our team is equipped with the knowledge to help them find the ideal mixture of options and config-
Ervin Equipment Inc. now deals the full line of new Transcraft trailers.
urations to maximize their productivity and their equipment investment. If a customer is looking to venture into a new business area, we also help them find the right trailer for the new applications.” Ervin has the flexibility of working with individual owner/operators who need just one trailer or with fleet managers who require more than 100 units at one time. In addition, Ervin’s ability to buy and sell in large quantities boosts its purchasing power and enables the company to offer the best possible prices. This business model also offers fleet managers a huge selection when upgrading equipment. And by staging basic models of trailers in multiple locations, Ervin is able to offer customers convenient, efficient access to equipment within a matter of days, whether they’re in the United States, Canada or Mexico, Central or South America and beyond. Ervin carries a large selection of used and new fleets of trailers, trucks, construction and oil and gas equipment, and offers expert consulting service to every customer. The company, which was founded in 1984, has its headquarters in Toledo, Ill., and satellite facilities throughout North America. For more information, call 877/873-6863 or visit www.ervinusa.com.
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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Allu Screener Crusher Bucket Improves Profitability The Allu D-Series screener crusher bucket attachment works with wheel loaders, excavators and skid steers to screen, crush, pulverize, aerate, blend, mix, separate, feed and load materials all in one stage. The Allu power adjustment valve promotes powerful startup and rotation allowing the attachment to efficiently screen and crush wet or dry material from 0.60 to 6-in. (1.5 to 15 cm) fragment sizes. Straight side plate construction makes the Allu D-Series screener crusher buckets easy to fill and able to hold a greater volume of material, while the standard power adjustment valve prevents overloads, according to the manuafacturer. Locating the hydraulics on the back of the attachment keeps them protected from damage, while fender plates protect the bearings and seals. Its patented construction keeps nuts and bolts away from the material flow. Allu D-Series screener crusher bucket attachments are available in more than 60 models to The Allu D-Series screener crusher bucket can be mounted on an fit any excavator, wheel loader, skid steer or backhoe. excavator, wheel loader, skid steer or backhoe. To lower overall usage costs, the Allu screener crusher buckets feature changeable wear hammers for crushing material, including topsoil, black top and dirt, excavated and applications. Universal wear hammers are used for most appli- waste soil, contaminated soil, clay, peat, bark, compost, bio cations and materials. Long wear hammers are recommended waste, demolition waste, construction waste, milled asphalt, for screening and aerating compost and other soft materials to glass, coal, oil shale, limestone and other materials. The Allu D-Series screener crusher bucket can be moved increase capacity. Axe wear hammers are ideal for crushing bark and mixing compost, while oval wear hammers are designed for around the job site or to different sites as itâ€™s mounted on an screening material with high stone content or when reduced excavator, wheel loader, skid steer or backhoe. For more information, call 800/939-2558 or visit crushing effect is needed. 10-mm-thick screening discs extend the life of the attachment when processing many types of www.allu.net.
Axe wear hammers are ideal for crushing bark and mixing compost, while oval wear hammers are designed for screening material with high stone content or when reduced crushing effect is needed.
Metso Introduces Lokotrack CT3.2, CW3.2 Mobile Conveyors
The Lokotrack CW3.2 wheel-mounted conveyor creates high-capacity stockpiles at minimal costs.
Metso has launched the track mounted Lokotrack CT3.2 and wheel mounted Lokotrack CW3.2 mobile conveyors for the aggregate industry. These conveyors are specifically designed for applications that require high stockpile capacity and superior material transfer capabilities. They can handle sand, rock, gravel and other materials with equal efficiency, according to the manufacturer. The self-propelled, tracked CT3.2 conveyor features a hydraulic drive system with variable speed control for regulating feed and maximizing fuel efficiency. The wheeled CW3.2 conveyor has a hydraulic coupled drive that can be operated from the crusher or screen without the need for an external power
source. Labor-saving features like centrally located remote greasing of head and foot bearing reduce maintenance costs. The conveyors offer enhanced handling mobility and can be repositioned while fully elevated. For extra versatility, options are available to increase efficiency and customize the conveyors to fit the application. The CT3.2 and CW3.2 can be linked with other Lokotrack mobile crushing and screening plants. They add flexibility to multistage crushing and screening applications, enabling fast and easy closed-circuit operation of mobile units. For more information, visit www.metso.com/ miningnandconstruction.
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Demolition & Recycling
2008 Cat M322D MH with 5600 hours, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, A/C, 41 ft Material Handling Front, drop nose stick, NEW 12.5 kw gen set, 3/4 yd3 grapple with 360 rotation, Dual Solid Tires, and outriggers x4. Cat dealer maintained since new. Excellent condition and appearance. Call for price.
2006 Cat 262B Skid Steer with 2,892 hrs, EROPS, Heat & A/C, Quick Coupler, NEW Boss Solid Tires. Equipped w/ factory rebuilt Genesis GVP7R "Versi Pro" MultiProcessor w/ NEW Shear Jaws and 360 rotation. 6 month Genesis factory warranty on GVP7 processor and 1 year/1500 hour Genesis factory warranty on Shear Jaw set. Price just reduced.
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(2) 2010 John Deere 350DLC Amphibious Long Reach Excavators Available both with under 1,000 hours, Jewell Manufacturing 60 ft long reach fronts, 60" C&P cleanout buckets, and Amphibious bottoms. Like New. Call for price!
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Terex Fuchs MHL360 E Boosts Power, Reduces Emissions The Terex Fuchs MHL360 E material handler offers the Blue Evolution approach to machine design. Featuring a sixcylinder, 254-hp (190 kW) turbo-charged engine, the MHL360 E offers more power than the D Series, while improving fuel consumption and meeting stringent Tier IVi emissions standards, according to the manufacturer. The engine and hydraulic system of the new MHL360 E material handler efficiently work together to offer fluid load cycles, resulting in faster operating cycles at increased efficiency. The high-performance hydraulic system features a separate slewing circuit, allowing machine swiveling to quickly start and stop. Offering simultaneous swiveling and lifting functions with precision, the handler is more responsive to operator commands, even when handling heavy loads. The Terex Fuchs energy recovery feature feeds braking energy back into the main hydraulic pump as the operator slows slewing of the upper structure to reduce load on the engine. This new hydraulic system design of the Terex Fuchs MHL360 E helps to deliver up to 20 percent faster load cycles over the D-Series, according to the manufacturer. The handler’s environmentally friendly Tier IV interimcompliant engine features exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) technology to reduce emissions compared to previous models. Regeneration of the diesel particulate filter (DPF) occurs automatically, without impacting machine performance. The regeneration process can be temporarily interrupted, if necessary, by pressing an indicator button located on the control panel. Engine start/stop is now push-button controlled to properly manage engine shutdown while under critical load conditions or during DPF regeneration. A revamped high-performance cooling system keeps the engine operating efficiently, even when working in extreme temperatures. Both the engine and hydraulic system incorporate larger cooling systems, protected by vented panels, to increase airflow. The engine’s new hydraulically powered fan simplifies maintenance and automatically adjusts airflow based on operating conditions to provide efficient cooling. Controls inside the spacious cab have been updated to improve operator efficiency and comfort. At 23 percent larger than previous designs, the wide video graphics array (WVGA) color display includes an improved high resolution and high contrast screen with an antiglare shield and scratchresistant coating. Color video of the work area behind the machine is captured by the standard rear-view camera system and shown on the WVGA monitor for easy viewing by the operator. Intuitive controls, including quick-access push buttons for frequently used functions, make for a short learning curve of MHL360 E operation, and the ergonomic multifunction button delivers effortless fingertip navigation through the display screens. The handler’s hydraulically height-adjustable cab offers a maximum eye-level elevation of up to 20.1 ft. (6.1 m) above ground level and independent forward movement up to 7.2 ft. (2.2 m), making loading and unloading simpler. Its cushioned cab elevation system provides absorption of shocks and jolts for operator comfort. The reinforced cab lift frame mounting fixtures offer increased dynamic performance for the Terex Fuchs MHL360 E. Servicing the new MHL360 E is simple and fast. The machine’s convenient stow-away ladder offers quick access to the engine, central lubrication system and large area platform of the upper carriage service deck. The handler’s fuel prefilter is now located on top of the fuel tank for easier access. Additional CAN Bus connections expand diagnostic
capabilities, so service technicians can quickly identify and address underlying issues. The purpose-built MHL360 E offers features that deliver high-performance material handling in scrap, recycling, demolition and portside applications. Inverted hydraulic boom cylinder mounting offers protection from debris, while rigid hydraulic pipes located on the stick, boom and undercarriage help better protect against damage. Bearing points
on the boom and lift cylinders are reinforced with solid, fulllength metal, while increased pin diameters offer improved stability. Steel plates shielding the hydraulic lines at the end of the stick deliver additional protection to improve system reliability. The MHL360 E’s rugged double-row slewing ring design disperses forces over two rows of bearings to improve component service life and durability. For more information, visit www.terex.com.
The Terex Fuchs energy recovery feature feeds braking energy back into the main hydraulic pump as the operator slows slewing of the upper structure to reduce load on the engine.
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KPI-JCI Equipment Featured on Discovery’s ‘Gold Rush’ Fans of Discovery Channel’s Gold Rush likely noticed a big difference this season with the addition of new equipment, which has enabled Team Hoffman to bring in more gold than any other season. Reality TV show Gold Rush follows the trials and tribulations of down-ontheir-luck men who are risking everything to strike it Pictured are both the workers and camera crew starich mining for gold in tioned in Alaska. Alaska. Currently in its third season, the show focuses on Todd Hoffman, tomer, invested in the KPI-JCI Cascade Dave Turin, Dakota Fred and Parker incline vibrating screen, which is commonly Schnabel. This year, Hoffman and Turin used in that geographic region. Hoffman doubled down on equipment, personnel and took a riskier approach and invested in a mining sites — which includes KPI-JCI’s trommel screen, which is less commonly Cascade incline vibrating screen, manufac- used for rock and more commonly used for tured at its Johnson Crushers International topsoil and compost. At the end of January, viewers watched as (JCI) location in Eugene, Ore., and Kolberg conveyors, manufactured at Kolberg- Hoffman shut down the defunct trommel screen for good and joined forces with Turin Pioneer, Inc. (KPI) in Yankton, S.D. In the season opener Oct. 26, Turin and and his KPI-JCI Cascade screen on the Hoffman divide Team Hoffman and manage Indian River claim. “It will be interesting to see how the two claims — Indian River and Quartz Creek. Turin, a quarry and mining expert remainder of the season turns out,” said Lisa who happens to be a longtime KPI-JCI cus- Carson, marketing manager of KPI-JCI and
A KPI-JCI Cascade incline vibrating screen is a crucial part in the efforts to mine for gold.
Astec Mobile Screens. “Discovery Channel has already promoted that one of the mining teams hits paydirt this season. Now that both Dave Turin and Todd Hoffman are using the KPI-JCI Cascade screen and conveyors on the Indian River claim, we are confident they will hit their 1,000-ounce target.” Every Monday, KPI-JCI publishes a recap of Friday’s episode on its blog, www.factsfiguressolutions.com. The company also offers Gold Rush giveaways on its Facebook
page, www.facebook.com/kpijci, and Twitter, www.twitter.com/kpijci_ams. “This is an incredible opportunity for KPI-JCI to market its brand and products on one of cable television’s most popular shows,” Carson said. “Last year, more than 3.5 million people tuned in each Friday to see what would happen next. We’re excited to promote our brand to all of these viewers and share with them the success of the KPIJCI Cascade screen.”
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Powerscreen Metrotrak HA Jaw Crusher
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Number 6 Grade...
Bobcat Company Adds Rebar Bender Attachment to Lineup Bobcat Company has added a rebar bender attachment to its line up. Mounted on the left Bob-Tach mount, the rebar bender comes with five mandrels that provide the ability to bend rebar into a variety of angles and repeat bends for added efficiency and consistency. It offers the ability to bring the equipment right on the job site when conditions are soft, rough or muddy. Rebar up to a number 6 grade can be bent up to 200 degrees, and the remote attachment control (RAC) allows for easy, safe operation of the rebar bender from outside the cab, and allows operators to start and stop their idled loader or Toolcat utility work machine
from outside the cab. The wired remote control starts and stops the rotation of the bend pin. An optional bar stop is available that can be set at almost any angle for an automatic stop and a repeatable angle setting. Compatible machines for the rebar attachment include all Bobcat skid-steer loaders, compact track loaders, all-wheel steer loaders and Toolcat utility work machines. The Bobcat rebar bender has a height of 20.1 in. (51 cm), width of 23.5 in. (59 cm), depth of 16.7 in. (42.4 cm) and weight of 330 lbs. (149 kg). It has a maximum hydraulic flow of 24 gpm (91 L). For more information, visit www.bobcat.com.
The rebar bender comes with five mandrels that provide the ability to bend rebar into a variety of angles and repeat bends for added efficiency and consistency.
Diversifiedâ€™s RigEm&Roll Eliminates the Need to Go Out on a Limb
Constructed of 100,000-psi steel, the RigEm&Roll is independently powered by a self-contained 24-volt battery and hydraulic system. It weighs approximately 500 lbs. (227 kg) and has a lifting capacity of 5,500 lbs. (2,495 kg).
Diversified Products has introduced the RigEm&Roll, a remote-controlled grapple for the tree services industry. The product attaches to the load line of a crane for safely grabbing and picking large limbs, eliminating the need to go out on the limbs to set chokers, according to the manufacturer. Constructed of 100,000-psi steel, the RigEm&Roll is independently powered by a self-contained 24-volt battery and hydraulic system. It weighs approximately 500 lbs. (227 kg) and has a lifting capacity of 5,500 lbs. (2,495 kg). The grapple jaws close
using 1,000 psi of force for grabbing limbs up to 20 in. (51 cm) in diameter. Furthermore, the hydraulic cylinders offer fast cycle times and feature integrated check valves, ensuring the jaws remain firmly closed until the operator releases them. This maximizes productivity and safety. The RigEm&Roll includes positioning spikes for rigging limbs angled up to 70 degrees from horizontal. Additionally, it comes with a remote control, allowing the unit to be operated up to 400 ft. (122 m) away through a direct line of sight. Due to a quick-attach system, the
RigEm&Roll attaches to the load line of a crane in less than a minute. The unit is capable of picking approximately 60 limbs on a fully charged battery, and a warning light is included to indicate low battery. The RigEm&Roll was designed, developed and tested by arborist Tierson Boutte, who licensed the rights to Diversified Products for the manufacturing, distribution and marketing of the product. For more information, call 254/7571177 or visit www.diversifiedproduct.com.
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North American Attachments
Ditching Cleaning Bucket Drain Holes Optional
Severe Duty & Rock Excavator Buckets
Dual Action Grapples
Pin Grap Couplers
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Indexator offers different grapple options for use with its Rototilt attachments allowing the grapple to be rotated and tilted for precise handling and sorting of various materials. Indexator offers grapples in both a bypass style for general purpose work and a non-bypass sorting style. The flexibility of the Rototilt attachment allows a bucket or other attachment to be rotated and tilted at the same time, making it simple to operate around or under obstacles, or to manipulate special excavator tools, according A grapple in a non-bypass sorting style cleans up after a to the manufacturer. Rototilt is available in storm. For more information, call 519/754-2195 five models covering excavators from 3 to or visit www.indexator.us. 30 ton (2.7 to 27 t) capacity.
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MB Introduces Biggest, Smallest Skid Steer Loader Mounted Crushers
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MB’s two skid steer loader mounted crushers, the MB-L 160 and MB-L 200, will allow the users of skid steers to crush material with extreme efficiency. They are specifically engi-
MB’s skid steer loader mounted crushers are among the smallest.
neered to work within the specs of the skid steers and loaders. MB also introduced the largest crushing attachment on the market, the BF150.10. Created for large opera-
tions, this heavy-duty machine has a width of more than 5 ft. (1.5 m) and is meant to be used on large excavators. For more information, call 855/6227874 or visit www.mbamerica.com.
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Caterpillar 323D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale $100 Allis-Chalmers Forest Green HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale......................................................................................$80 Allis-Chalmers Orange HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale $80
Caterpillar 336D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale $115
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Komatsu D375 Dozer, 1:50 Scale..................................$100 Komatsu HD605 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........$80 Komatsu HM250 Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ............$75 Komatsu PC14R Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$40
Bobcat E35 Compact Excavator, 1:25 Scale ................$50
Komatsu PC200 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..........................$85 Caterpillar 247B3 Multi-Terrain Track Loader, 1:32 Scale .. ..........................................................................................$40
Caterpillar 320D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................$100
Bobcat M610 Golden 50th Anniversary Skid Steer
Caterpillar 432E Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$75
Caterpillar 980G Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$80
Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$45
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Trailking Trailer, 1:50 Scale ..........................................$135
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Bobcat 743 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ....................$40
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Bobcat 773 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader, 1:25
Caterpillar 963D Track Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................$60
Caterpillar 977 Traxcavator, 1:50 Scale..........................$55
Case 580N Super N Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ........$40 Caterpillar AP655D Asphalt Paver, W/O Canopy, 1:50 Scale..................................................................................$80 Caterpillar Military D8R Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale$60 Caterpillar D6K Track-Type Tractor................................$60
Komatsu D51 PX Dozer, 1:50 Scale................................$85 Komatsu D155 AX Dozer, 1:50 Scale..............................$85
Bobcat A300 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$40
Bobcat M400 Gold 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader,
Komatsu 475A Dozer, 1:50 Scale..................................$145 Komatsu D51 EX Dozer, 1:50 Scale................................$85
Bantam C-35 Crawler Shovel, 1:50 Scale ......................$50
Bobcat M200 Gold Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ........$30
John Deere 872 GP Grader, 1:50 Scale ..........................$50
Komatsu PC350 LC Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................$80 Komatsu PC360LC-10 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ................$90 Komatsu PC400 LC Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................$85 Komatsu SK1020 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$40 Komatsu SK1026 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$40 Komatsu WA500 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$80 Komatsu WA600 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$80 Komatsu Mack Granite MP w/Lowboy Trailer, 1:50 Scale .. ..........................................................................................$90 Link-Belt 800 X2 Excavator,1:50 Scale ........................$190
Doosan Moxy MT31 Articulated Truck ........................$100
Link-Belt 80100 Rough Terrain Crane..........................$200
Hamm 3307 Compact Roller, 1:34 Scale ........................$45
Mack Granite MP w/ Bottom Dump Trailer ....................$75
Hamm GRW280 Compactor w/Cabin ............................$75
Mack R Model Mixer Truck, Patriotic Detailing, 1:34 Scale ..
Hitachi EH700 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..............$40
International "S" Series Dump Truck,1:25 Scale ........$125
Northwest 25-D Shovel, 1:50 Scale ................................$60
International TD-15 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ............................$60
Terex AC 100/4 All Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ..............$180
Caterpillar D8T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$110
International TD-20E Dozer, 1:64 Scale..........................$24
Terex AC200-1 Mobile Crane, 1:50 Scale ....................$195
Caterpillar D10T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ........$105
International TD-25 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ............................$70
Terex TR60 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale..................$160
Caterpillar D11R Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ........$100
John Deere 400D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale............$45
Volvo EC460 L Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..........................$140
Caterpillar 140M Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale ....................$85
John Deere 624K Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale..................$40
Volvo L150F Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................$100
Caterpillar 226B3 Skid Steer Loader, 1:32 Scale ..........$40
John Deere 850K Dozer ..................................................$50
Volvo SD-122 Soil Compactor, 1:72 Scale ....................$25
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Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers will sell a large selection of mining equipment and trucks at an unreserved auction in Johannesburg, South Africa, on March 27, 2013. The auction is open to the public and bids can be made in person at the auction site or online in real-time via the companyâ€™s Web site. There are currently more than 320 mining equipment items featured in the auction â€” all items will be sold on auction day to the highest bidders, regardless of price â€” without minimum bids or reserve prices. â€œItâ€™s unusual in the industry to have this many quality mining units together in one place and sell everything by unreserved auction in one day,â€? said Steve Barritt, regional sales manager, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. â€œThe inventory will be of interest to anyone in the market who wants to acquire high quality, well-maintained mining equipment and trucks, ranging from Caterpillar 777 rock trucks to D-series dozers, and from wheel loaders to large Hitachi hydraulic excavators. Thereâ€™s even a big selection of unused spare parts, engines and attachments included in the auction. March 27 will be a
great day to be buying equipment.â€? All equipment in the auction is being sold for Sentula Mining Limited, a mining service provider and coal miner based in South Africa with operations in 16 African countries. Specific auction highlights include: â€˘ 95 rock trucks (incl. Caterpillar 777B, 777D, 777C, 785B) â€˘ 55+ articulated dump trucks (incl. Volvo A40E, A40D, A35D) â€˘ 40+ hydraulic excavators (incl. Hitachi EX1200-5C, ZX870LCH-3) â€˘ 40+ dozers (incl. Caterpillar D11R, D11N, D10N, D9T, D9N) â€˘ 10+ wheel loaders (incl. Caterpillar 994D, 992G, 992D) â€˘ And dozens of other items, including trucks, spare parts, engines, blades, cabs and attachments People can inspect the equipment prior to the auction, and registering to bid is free (a refundable deposit may be required). For more information, visit www.rbauction.com.
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PIRTEK Filtration Systems Open New Doors for Company PIRTEK is known for its ETA 1 hour onsite response to customer needs in the event of a hose or fitting failure. Recently PIRTEK has integrated an additional line of filtration products. These PIRTEK filtration systems (PFS) are on-board oil recycling units that filter all hydrocarbon based products down to 1 micron while removing all water from component systems, according to the manufacturer. In 2012, PIRTEK mobile service and sales technicians installed the PFS units on all types of stationary manufacturing equipment, from steel slitter gear boxes to huge plastic injection molding machines. The PFS units have the ability to extend out hydraulic and transmission oil change intervals eight to ten times. The versatility of the PFS units has introduced the PIRTEK network to new customer markets. The PFS units have turned what was quoted to be a $25,000 gear box oil change for a customer into a $4,000 job while cleaning the existing fluid several levels cleaner than the brand new oil that was going to cost the customer six times as much, according to the manufacturer.
The versatility of the PFS units has introduced the PIRTEK network to new customer markets. Another new market that has opened to the PIRTEK network is the diesel bulk tanks present in companies that operate or rent machinery and equipment. With the known cleanliness issues of diesel fuel, and the add-on effects of bio-diesel algae, many customers have regularly seen high cost service and machine transport costs weigh as a drag on their profits. By providing continuous flow, the PFS “plug-nplay” filtration cabinet will remove all contaminants down to 1 micron, while its water absorption capabilities and magnetic core technology inhibit the growth of the diesel bug. The constant introduction of clean diesel fuel has allowed fleet and rental customers to scratch off the list one of their most regular and expensive maintenance issues. By leveraging the PFS’s units ability to
extend engine oil drains five to ten times and seeing the consistent results from customers, PIRTEK Centers and technicians have been able to extend component wear to other areas of the same machines for which PIRTEK has already received a hose assembly replacement service call. Small and medium sized truck fleet operators can begin to see their engine wear decrease through oil analysis and their maintenance and labor costs also decrease. Many PIRTEK customers operate on a regional or national basis. The first national customer has already outfitted its 3rd out of 47 locations, with a 6 month roll out which will incorporate approximately 15 PIRTEK filtration systems filter all hydrocardifferent PIRTEK centers. For more information, visit bon based products down to 1 micron while removing all water from component systems. www.pirtekusa.com.
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Associations Offer Their State of the Union Reactions On Feb. 12 President Barack Obama delivered the State of the Union Address. Below are statements from both the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). American Road & Transportation Builders Association ARTBA President and CEO Pete Ruane released the following statement regarding the State of the Union address: “We appreciate President Obama continuing to highlight the link between a strong, properly-functioning transportation infrastructure network and economic competitiveness. “His call for increased investment in roads, bridges and transit systems has been echoed repeatedly by scores of congressional leaders from both parties, the nation’s governors, and state and local transportation officials. Everyone is in agreement. So let’s use the opportunity at hand to start developing real solutions to address America’s infrastructure deficit. “An overwhelming majority of Congress voted last year to support final passage of
the highway and transit bill, MAP-21. The law’s program consolidation, meaningful policy reforms and accountability provisions provide the foundation for building a much broader infrastructure investment package. MAP-21, however, only provided enough financial resources to maintain highway and transit investment at current levels for two years; a scenario that does nothing to reduce the increasing economic costs and personal toll from worsening traffic congestion. “Generating significant new revenues to complement to MAP-21’s reforms would spur economic growth and job creation, and improve the efficiency of the nation’s transportation network. We stand ready to work with the President and members of Congress from both parties to achieve these goals.” AEM AEM President Dennis Slater issued the following statement: “Last night, President Obama used his State of the Union address to express the need to create jobs and grow our economy. I couldn’t agree more. And while he
touched on the important subjects of growing the manufacturing sector and improving our nation’s infrastructure, there was a glaring absence of focus on policies that could immediately create jobs and provide certainty to our economy. “The President stressed the need to become energy independent, but failed to mention any plan to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. Thousands of jobs are just waiting for the Administration to approve this pipeline so that more Americans can get to work. Additionally, millions of farmers, ranchers and business owners are anxiously waiting to see if Congress will pass a longterm farm bill. The short-term extension passed this year did little to increase economic certainty and has deterred farmers and businesses from investing and growing. President Obama’s failure to address this issue was a real disappointment to the agriculture community that’s so vital to our nation’s economy and wellbeing. “AEM is pleased to see the President once again emphasizing the need for increased infrastructure investment, but we also recognize that short-term stimulus funding is nothing more than a quick fix and
fails to address the long-term improvements that our nation requires. The most effective way for the United States to stay competitive in job creation is to invest in a national, strategic vision to improve and preserve our infrastructure for years to come. It is our sincere hope that Congress and President Obama will quickly come together to develop a robust, realistic and sustainable financing program for our nation’s long-term infrastructure needs, and that the President takes the strong leadership role this critical issue demands. “AEM has long advocated that we must fix the nation’s debt through a balanced approached of reduced spending and increased revenue. The President emphasized the need to grow our manufacturing sector and create jobs here in the United States, and the number one step to doing so is to create a sound economic environment. “By working together to create serious proposals to confront the serious issues that we face today, we can improve our nation’s fiscal situation and create an environment that allows equipment manufacturers to continue to thrive right here in the United States.”
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Terex Corp. Enters LIUNA Calls for Strong Fed Role in House Agreement to Divest Transportation, Infrastructure Hearing Roadbuilding Assets Terry O’Sullivan, general president of LIUNA — the Laborers’ International Union of North America — testified Feb. 13 on the need for strong federal leadership to address the nation’s basic needs for good roads, safe bridges, clean drinking water and safe and efficient airports before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. LIUNA is one of the nation’s largest unions of construction workers and members build highways, bridges, pipelines, sewer systems and transit systems. LIUNA has long been a vocal voice for infrastructure investment including long-standing partnerships with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Americans for Transportation Mobility, Building America’s Future and other allies. “Taking care of the basics of America is a core function and respon-
sibility of the federal government and I congratulate and commend the committee for addressing this issue in its first hearing,” said O’Sullivan. America’s infrastructure — roads, bridges and highways and water systems — are in a state of crisis. Across the United States, 26 percent of all bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete. A third of major roads are in mediocre or poor condition and 36 percent of major urban highways are stretched beyond capacity. Each day, 7 billion gallons of clean drinking water is lost to leaking pipes. The scope of our needs is beyond the capacity of cities, counties, even states or private investment to address and the economic impacts could be devastating. The American Society of Civil Engineers predicts we will lose $1.0 trillion in business sales, $324 billion in exports and one million jobs annual-
ly by 2020 if we don’t act, according to LIUNA. “Our country needs a new American Marshall Plan to tackle this crisis, a new way to think about and invest in the basics of America,” said O’Sullivan. Investing in America’s basic infrastructure would not only help rescue the economy but also working people. The construction industry is weathering the most sustained downturn in 40 years with two million fewer jobs in the industry than at the peak in April of 2006 and the unemployment rate at 16.1 percent. By acting now to address our nation’s infrastructure needs, “We can help rescue our economy, rescue working America and leave behind real assets that will benefit taxpayers and our entire nation for generations to come,” said O’Sullivan.
Terex Corporation has entered into a contract to divest its Roadbuilding operations in Brazil and certain mobile roadbuilding product lines in the United States to the Fayat Group (Bomag and Marini). Product lines being divested include asphalt plants and pavers manufactured in Porto Allegre, Brazil, and assets for the asphalt paver, reclaimer stabilizer and material transfer product lines, which are currently manufactured in Oklahoma City. The transaction is anticipated to close during the first quarter. Terex has determined that it will be exiting the remaining roadbuilding product lines that it manufactures in Oklahoma City, and has taken charges in connection with the business assets being sold and the remaining Oklahoma City roadbuilding assets to reflect the likely realizable value in a transaction. The amount of these charges that will impact the fourth quarter 2012 results, when reported, is approximately $15 million. Terex will continue manufacturing operations in Oklahoma City for its product lines not affected by this transaction. Ron DeFeo, Terex chairman and chief executive officer, said. “The decision to exit most of our roadbuilding product lines is another step in the repositioning of Terex. We continue to focus on improving our Construction segment performance as well as the company’s overall returns on invested capital, and this transaction is part of that process.” For more information, call 203/222-7170 or visit www.terex.com.
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ALL Crane Erectors Attend Boom Assembly, Disassembly Training Fifteen qualified erectors from the ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. Family of Companies attended a factory training class focusing on boom assembly and disassembly for Manitowoc crawler crane models 14000 and 16000, which are 220 and 440 ton (199 and 399 t) capacities, respectively. The class was held at the ALL Crane headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 4 to 7, 2012. The comprehensive training combined classroom work covering both models and hands-on experience working on a Manitowoc 16000 in the main ALL yard. Attendees came to Cleveland from several ALL branch yards. â€œAssembly/disassembly has become a critical part of our business in order to meet the new OSHA crane regulations,â€? said ALL Corporate Safety Director Kirk Ward. â€œWe plan to hold more classes in our training center in Cleveland to accommodate more of our technicians, as this last class was booked up almost immediately.â€?
Rigorous technical training programs that surpass industry requirements are the cornerstone of the ALL Family of Companiesâ€™ mandate for ongoing employee education, according to the company. ALL provides expert training â€” often by representatives from the best manufacturers â€” in the most current techniques, whether in advanced technology and repair/maintenance or the latest safety and regulatory updates, according to the company. â€œHighly trained employees who perform above and beyond our customersâ€™ expectations help reinforce ALLâ€™s reputation as a crane rental leader,â€? said Michael Liptak, president of the ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. â€œIâ€™m pleased that our technicians take advantage of important factory training opportunities, not only to provide our customers the best service but also help them enhance their skills and confidence.â€? For more information, visit www.allcrane.com.
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NORTH CAROLINA JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT www.jamesriver equipment.com Asheville (828) 667-0176 Charlotte (704) 597-0211 Greensboro (336) 668-2762 Mt. Gilead (910) 439-5653 Wilkesboro (336) 973-8201
R. W. MOORE EQUIPMENT CO. www.rwmoore.com Garner (919) 772-2121 Ahoskie (252) 332-5550 Castle Hayne (910) 675-9211 Fayetteville (910) 424-1200 Greenville (252) 758-4403 New Bern (252) 638-5838
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ALABAMA THOMPSON TRACTOR www.thompson tractor.com Auburn, AL (334) 321-2030 Birmingham, AL (205) 326-0334 Dothan, AL (334) 673-3300 Huntsville, AL (256) 532-3001 Mobile, AL (251) 452-1180 Montgomery, AL (334) 262-1101
GEORGIA Oxford/Anniston. AL (256) 835-5737 Shelby County, AL (205) 649-9489 Tuscaloosa, AL (205) 247-3402 FLINT EQUIPMENT CO. www.flintequipco.com Dothan (334) 794-8691 Troy (334) 566-4181
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Columbus (706) 687-3344 Grovetown (706) 855-5440 Macon (478)788-1586 Savannah (912) 964-7370 Brunswick (912)264-6161
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GENERAL AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT, Fargo, ND TOP AGGREGATE INDUSTRY EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS GATHER FOR EVENT! General Equipment & Supplies, Inc. and General Aggregate Equipment Sales expect around 300 attendees at their third Aggregate Seminar. The two-day event will be held MARCH 5-6, 2013 at the Holiday Inn in Fargo, ND. If you would like more information on this event, or to schedule an interview with Don Shilling, please contact Sara Frith at 701/364-2104 or email@example.com.
Missouri Transportation Construction Coalition Legislative Drive-In – TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2013, Jefferson City, MO sponsoring members of the Missouri Transportation Construction Coalition. The Missouri Transportation Construction Coalition is an effort by leaders in the transportation construction industry to promote increases in revenue to meet the $1 billion per year estimated by MoDOT to be needed for transAGC of Minnesota: portation improvements over the next twenty years. Safety Training AGC and The Builders Group will offer the following safety training: Note: There is no registration fee for this special event, OSHA 10 – March 6 – 7; OSHA 30 – March 25 – 28; Competent however, Registrations are required. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information. Person – April 8 – 11. *The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission will meet Spring STP Classes Supervisory Training Program (STP) classes for Spring will begin Wednesday, March 6 in Jefferson City. the week of MARCH 11. March 5-6, 2013 – 2013 Ohio Asphalt Expo, Columbus, OH Labor Law Forum Seaton, Peters & Revnew, PA will hold its annual all-day Labor Law Registration is now open for the Ohio Asphalt Expo on March 5 thru 6, Forum on Thursday, March 7, at the Double Tree by Hilton (7800 2013 at the Columbus/Polaris Hilton Hotel located at 8700 Lyra Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43240. Normandale Boulevard, Bloomington). ***For more information on the above programs, please contact Office address and contact information: 6205 Emerald Parkway, Suite B, Denise Woods, CMP, 651-796-2186 (direct); 612-201-5501 Dublin, OH (cell); 651-632-8928 (fax); 800-552-7670 (toll free); Phone: 614/791-3600; Toll Free: 1/888-4HOTMIX; Email: email@example.com. www.agcmn.org.
AGC of America Annual Convention: Registration is now open for the 2013 AGC Annual Convention and Constructor Expo, being held March 6 – 9 in Palm Springs. Room availability at the convention headquarter hotel (JW Marriott Desert Springs) is limited, so reservations should be made as early as possible. Complete conference details are available at http://convention.agc.org or you may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, March 6-8, 2013 – NTEA/THE WORK TRUCK SHOW, Indianapolis, IN Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; The must-attend event for the work truck industry. . 500,000 sq. ft. of vocational trucks and equipment toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: www.agcmn.org. . Newest products and technical support from more than 550 exhibitors . More than 60 educational sessions on top-of-mind industry issues MNLA NEWS March 13 – 22nd Annual Hedberg Landscape & Masonry Contractor For more information on this event: Phone: 248/489-7090; Toll Free: 800/441-6832; Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgStaff. Education Day Join us for a full day of seminars, trade show and professional networking at the Earle Brown Heritage Center. For more information you may call 763/545-4400 or 763/225-0540. March 22 – Indoor Build – A – Pond Day In the warmth of our Farmington warehouse learn the 20 key steps to install a pond with an additional stream using the Aquascape Waterfall Spillway. For more information, call Gail at 763-3925920 to register. Class begins @ 8:00 AM until 3:30 PM. Hedberg Farmington is located at 4375 170th Street West, Farmington, MN 55024 Phone: 651-423-5048. Wear boots and gloves – you’ll be installing a pond! Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers Transportation for Illinois Coalition Planning for the next Transportation Infrastructure Program – Date: Monday, March 11, 2013 Location: Algonquin Township Building, 3702 U.S. Highway 14, Crystal Lake, Illinois 11:30 AM – Networking; 12:00 Noon – Box Lunch Provided; 12:30 PM – Program begins; 1:30 PM – Program Concludes. To reserve your spot, please contact Glenda Schoening, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, at 217/241-1639 or Glenda@hansoninfosys.com on or before March 8, 2013. 2013 MAASTO CONFERENCE: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will host the Mid-America Association of State Transportation Officials (MAASTO) 2013 Conference – “Sharing Strategies for Success.” The conference will be held JULY 16-19 at the HILTON HOTEL in downtown Milwaukee. One of the major events at MAASTO 2013 will be a trade show, where industry representatives will have the opportunity to showcase materials, technology, and professional services. The trade show will be held July 17 and 18 at the conference hotel. More information on the trade show registration, layout, schedule, and fees will be available in early 2013 at the conference website, which will be linked via the MAASTO meetings webpage – http://www.maasto.net/meetings.html. If you are looking to speak to someone with regard to the above conference you may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: www.agcmn.org. AGC – ST. LOUIS – MARCH MEMBERSHIP MEETING THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 2013 Location: Matterhorn Room, Sheraton Westport hotel, Lakeside Chalet. 191 Westport Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63146 (complimentary parking in garage) Cost: $64.00 - Dress: Business Attire - Cocktails: 5:30 to 6:30 PM (two-hour open bar included in cost) Dinner: 6:30 7:30 PM
MARCH 19-21, 2013 – OAIMA (Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association) Aggregates Academy & Expo, San Antonio, Texas AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo focuses exclusively on the aggregates industry as its leading education resource. This event combines a plethora of education sessions led by experts in virtually every segment of the aggregates industry with the latest innovations in equipment, technology and software on the AGG1 Expo show floor. REGISTER TODAY at www.AGG1.ORG. You may contact the OAIMA at 1-800/OH.ROCKS. 614/428-7954. Fax: 614/428-7919. March 19-21, 2013 – World of Asphalt , San Antonio, TX Don’t miss the Industry’s Main Event! Register to attend and save 40%. Exhibit Show Floor is Almost Sold Out! Hurry, space is still available but going fast. Reserve space today! Co-located with AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo March 19 – 21, 2013, San Antonio, TX, USA, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center World of Asphalt Show & Conference is the leading exposition and education resource for the asphalt industry. The event features in-depth industryfocused educational programming and comprehensive exhibits that showcase the latest technologies and innovations in asphalt-related equipment, products and services. World of Asphalt Show Management: Association of Equipment Manufacturers 6737 West Washington Street, Suite 2400, Milwaukee, WI 53214-5647 USA Toll Free Telephone: 800/867-6060 or contact email@example.com. March 20 & 21, 2013 – 34th West Virginia Construction & Design Exposition The region’s largest trade show for the Construction and Design Industries invite you to be a part of the 34th Annual Exposition – EXPO! The Contractors Association of West Virginia, American Institute of Architects – WV Society of Professional Engineers & WV Utility Contractors Association, with the support of 24 co-sponsors, want the opportunity to make EXPO work for you. Let us hear from you, if you have questions! firstname.lastname@example.org. Pat Parsons, Show Manager and Alice George, Office Manager April 23, 2013 IAAP CONVENTION The IAAP’s 45th Annual Convention is scheduled for Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Springfield, Illinois. As always, our program will feature a series of educational seminars focusing on topics of interest to aggregate producers and to the companies selling goods and services to the mining industry. MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND THE 45th ANNUAL IAAP CONVENTION!
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WE BUY EQUIPMENT MANUALS | WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS AND VEHICLES OF ALL SORTS. WE PREFER IN BULK, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU HAVE NOT SOLD. PERHAPS AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PHONE: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU HM 300 OFF ROAD TRUCK | CLEAN WORK READY UP TO 5000 HOURS EAST COAST LOCATION WHOLESALE PRICE ONLY CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DOZERS MODEL 977K OR 977L BETWEEN THE YEARS 1970-1983 CONTACT: ROXI PHONE: 832-276-2160 EMAIL: UNITED3218@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR, USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLS@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TEREX/MASSEYFERG/650B | 4X4, 4 IN 1 BUCKET, GANNON BOX, LOW HOURS (1500) CONTACT: JEFF PEDERSON PHONE: 408-799-6411 EMAIL: WTHRSE6@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR 15 UNITS OF TEREX TA40 OR TA400 ART. DUMPTRUCK. CONTACT: JERRY PHONE: 0031227570364 EMAIL: INFO@EMO-MAC.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONDUX CABLE PULLER 34 TO 45 HP CONTACT: WILLIE CONRADSON PHONE: 702-580-2265 FAX: 702-792-4534 EMAIL:WCONRADSON@ HELIXELECTRIC.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 8000 WATT ELECTRIC START GASOLINE POWERED, PORTABLE GENERATOR CONTACT: DUDLEY JOHNSON PHONE: 281-481-3034 FAX: SAME AS PHONE EMAIL: JOHNSON6543@ SBCGLOBAL.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 375CFM AIR COMPRESSOR CONTACT: EMAIL: PAULCOBOS@AOL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
STANDER 36" | NEED STANDER MOWER AND PRUNER SOME OF MY EQUIPMENT WAS STOLEN NEED TO REPLACE AT A LOWER COST. USED EQUIPMENT IN GOOD CONDITION CONTACT: EDGAR MARTINEZ PHONE: 305-885-7356 FAX: SAME EMAIL: PARAISO911@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOHN DEERE 772CH ROADGRADER | 772CH JOHNDEERE MOTORGRADER CONTACT: LORENZ WALDNER PHONE: 406-289-0249 EMAIL: LWALDNER5689@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JLG OR TRIPLE L DROP TRAILER MODEL #7612 OR 7614 OR SIMILAR CONTACT: REID NANSEN PHONE: 562-394-3582 EMAIL: NAILONGBEACH@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EARTH MOVING EQUIPMENT | WE ARE LOOKING FOR 140G 1990+ W/RIPPER, 140H, 330CL, 330BL, 320CL, 920 77+YEAR, 930 77+YEAR, 950 SERIES, 966 SERIES 980C-F-FII-G-GII SERIES, 988B 1990+, D8K-L-N-(R-T 2000-2005 W/RIPPER) URGENT D9L-(N-R W/RIPPER) D10N D11R MACHINES SHOULD BE LOCATED IN USA OR CANADA. PREFER NOT ADVERTISED. SHOULD BE IN WHOLESALE PRICE. CONTACT: DAN PHONE: 92-333-301-3801 EMAIL: DANIYALH31@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED WALDON LOADERS | LOOKING FOR LATE MODEL USED WALDON LOADERS CONTACT: MERLE PATZKOWSKY PHONE: 580-227-3711 FAX: 580-227-2165 EMAIL: MPATZKOWSKY@ WALDONEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONSTRUCTION | ANY LONG REACH BOOMS OR STICKS. LONGER THAN NORMAL BOOM OR STICK. LONG REACH EXCAVATOR FRONTS CONTACT: TYLER PALUMBO PHONE: 330-365-0654 EMAIL: PALUMBO519@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT D9R WANTED | LOOKING TO BUY OLDER UNITS OF CAT D9R. 1998 - 2004 MODEL REQUIRED. CONTACT: RAY EMAIL: INFO@MACHINERY-MANAGER.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DRESSER TD15E LGP CONTACT: CASEY SWEITZER EMAIL: CASEYSWEITZER@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 35 TON LOW BOY TRAILER IN GOOD CONDITION CONTACT: WALLACE PHONE: 540-420-3576 FAX: 540-576-3780 EMAIL:GATOR426@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 140H MOTOR GRADER | WE NEED 4 UNITS OF USED CAT 140H, YEAR MODEL 99 - 02. SEND PICTURES, SERIAL NUMBER, INSPECTION REPORT AND BEST WHOLESALE PRICE. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL:INFO@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
PILE HAMMERS | LOOKING TO PURCHASE ICE, MKT, APE, OR PVE VIBRATORY PILE HAMMERS ALL THE TIME. ALSO BUYING PILE HAMMER SERVICE MANUALS FOR FOSTER/VULCAN AS WELL. YOUR BEST SOURCE TO TURN YOUR SURPLUS PILE HAMMERS INTO CASH. CONTACT: JEFF LAWSON EMAIL: JLAWSON29321@CHARTER.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED ALL THE TIME 12 MONTHS 7 DAYS BULLDOZERS USA NOT ADVERTISED CONTRACTOR D6 AT D10 1985 AND UP | WANT TO BUY FROM USER NOT ADVERTISED BULLDOZER D6AT D10 1985 ANS UP CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR MOBILE 1 514 386 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN @VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3 OF HITACHI CG70 STEEL BOTTOM ROLLERS PHONE: 408 833 9400 EMAIL: INF@SABANKAYASELECT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ALL EQUIPMENT WANTED!! | WANTED TO BUY CONTRACTOR OWNED EQUIPMENT!!! CONTACT: JOE PHONE: 1-570-250-5559 EMAIL: JOEDIRTMACH@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PILE HAMMERS | LOOKING FOR ICE 44-50 PILE HAMMER AND ICE 416 PILE HAMMERS. LOOKING TO BUY IMMEDIATELY CONTACT: WILLIE EMAIL: WILLIEKIRCH@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED KOMATSU ENGINES | LOOKING FOR USED OR REBUILDABLE ENGINE CORES FOR ALL DIFFERENT KOMATSU APPLICATIONS. CONTACT: DAVE C. PHONE: 248-634-1978 FAX: 248-634-3488 EMAIL:DAVEMIDAMERICA@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SKID STEER | 2109 MUSTANG OR 7810 GEHL UNDER 2000 HRS CAB AIR HEAT QUIK TACH FOOT CONTROLS CONTACT: GIL PHONE: 701 368 1525 EMAIL: GSPLAYME@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT | I HAVE BUYERS LOOKING FOR PACKAGES OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, LOCATED IN NORTHEAST USA CONTACT: GARY SANTOMERO EMAIL: GYPSY.IRON@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BUCKETS | 48 IN BUCKET FOR 160LC JOHN DEERE CONTACT: GREG WOOD EMAIL: WOODY.2525@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 993K COAL BUCKET | NEED A NEW, USED OR REBUILT 993K COAL BUCKET CONTACT: JEFF WILLISON PHONE: 918-407-8787 EMAIL: JEFFWEQUIPCO @TULSACOXMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
CATERPILLAR NEW GENSET NATURAL GAS G3520C | NEED TO KNOW PRICE OF NEW CATERPILLAR NATURAL GAS GENSETS 1950KW \ 50HZ \ WITH CABIN CONTACT: MASTANEH DARYAIZADEH PHONE: 09002126717117 FAX: 0902126717119 EMAIL: MASTANEH@MLORD.COM.TR –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FORD 550 TRUCK CONTACT: ANTHONY GAGLIOTI PHONE: 604853057 FAX: SAME EMAIL:ARGAGLIOTI@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBCAT X 331 MINI EXCAVATOR RUBBER TRACKS USED CONTACT: RIC PHONE: 407-947-9505 EMAIL: RGD75@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– STRUCK CRAWLER | LOOKING FOR A STRUCK MINI COMPACT TRACTOR WITH OR WITHOUT ATTACHMENTS CONTACT: TAYLOR PHONE: 614-271-0342 EMAIL: TAYLORRADOVICH@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FLOOR GRINDER - LOCATED IN SEATTLE PHONE: 425-749-0001 EMAIL: MICHAELVALLEE@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– AUTOMATIC BAR STRAIGHTENING MACHINE CONTACT: BAQARBASHA.S.A PHONE: +919688677317 EMAIL: BAQARMOHAMMEDCIVIL@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE BUY MANUALS | LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS AND VEHICLES OF ALL SORTS. WE PREFER IN BULK, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU HAVE NOT SOLD. PERHAPS AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PHONE: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 184/28 BACKHOE TIRE | 18.4/28 BACKHOE TIRE USED OR NEW CONTACT: WAYNE PHONE: 803 564 6310 EMAIL: WJTRUCK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CANOPY SWEEPS FOR D4H | I AM LOOKING FOR SCREENS FOR CANOPY AND ROPS SWEEPS FOR CANOPY CONTACT: PETER PHONE: 530-532-0652 FAX: SAME AS ABOVE EMAIL: PETER-GIORDANO@ATT.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER | LATE MODEL, LOW HOUR USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603-828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
NORMAL BOOM OR STICK LONG REACH EXCAVATOR FRONTS CONTACT: JAY MUNOZ EMAIL: JAYMUNOZ52@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED 744H GP PIN ON BUCKET CONTACT: JEREMY KING PHONE: 715-571-0927 EMAIL: RINGLEBOY26@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BLADES STOCK#SP-018 PHONE: 850-292-4017 EMAIL: IRONSINK44@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– O&K 120E PART | NEED O&K 120E BACKHOE, THE BOOM AND CYLINDER PART. MORE INFO PLS EMAIL. CONTACT: JERRY PHONE: 0031227570364 EMAIL: INFO@EMO-MAC.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 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 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
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Strong Attendance Highlights Seven-Day Yoder & Frey
oder & Frey held its 39th annual Florida Auctions sale Feb. 11 to 18 in Kissimmee, Fla. The seven-day auction featured hundreds of backhoes, wheel loaders, excavators, dozers, attachments and more. Attendance was strong as many bidders from all over the United States, including northerners who took a break from the harsh winter, especially in New England, while adding some If you were looking to add some wheel loaders to your iron to their fleets in hopes for a busy 2013. fleet, the Yoder & Frey auction was the place to be.
Caterpillar excavators are lined up and ready for owners at the Yoder & Frey auction.
(L-R): Johnny Gomez, Eager Beaver Trailers; Andy Manske, A&E Construction Supply, a Minnesota Eager Beaver dealer; Jim Berryman, Eager Beaver Trailers; Mike Zyndorf, Zyndorf Equipment, and Tina Flowers, Eager Beaver Trailers.
When attending a major show or the Florida auctions look for the big Gorilla to find high-quality hydraulic hammers. Carlos Santos (L) and Bob Tedesco, president of Gorilla Hammers.
Brice Davis (L) and Jim Wagner of LeeBoy displayed their new 8616 paver.
Backhoes by a host of manufacturers went up for bid.
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Auction in Kissimmee; Company’s 39th Annual in Fla.
Peter Clark, president of Yoder & Frey, works one of the four rings at the gigantic annual event.
Jeff Boykin (in cab), owner, and Chris O’Neill, estimator, both of Boykin Construction Inc., gear up for the Yoder & Frey sale by testing out equipment. Their company has been based in Minneola, Fla., since 1949.
Who Drove the #24 Car in the 1991 Daytona 500? Not Jeff Gordon — it was the man seated on the right side of this vehicle, Mickey Gibbs of Gaston, Ala. Today, he owns Gibbs and Son’s Machinery. Kevin Stewart, also of Gibbs and Son, sits on the left.
Dozers of every size and model were available to the highest bidder.
A crowd starts to gather as the gavel begins to fall for the excavators.
(L-R): J. W. Fullwood of Tractor World in Plant City, Fla., shows Kelley and Nancy Colin around the auction.
Terramac’s Bobby Dawson (L) and Bryan Sarsfield get their picture taken in front of a rubber-track carrier bought to the sale by Rig Source.
Lucky's Trailer Sale has been an exhibitor at the Yoder & Frey Florida sale for more than 20 years. (L-R): Russell Losh of Talbert Mfg., and Russell Demick and Tim Mills, both of Lucky’s Trailers.
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Cat Auction Services Holds Its First Florida Auctions
at Auction Services held its Florida auction Feb. 15 in Kissimmee, Fla. More than 1,000 bidders participated, vying for 292 lots from 22 consignors. Approximately four bidders purchased more than $1 million worth of equipment each. New customers accounted for 57 percent of registered bidders, while 20 percent of buyers were online. Cat Auction Services partners (Cat Finance, Cat Surplus & Used Parts, Cat Courts of Courts Machinery Co., Windom, Minn., inspects the Classic Parts, Cat Used Dick Caterpillar articulated trucks. Power Systems and Cat Work Tools) also were present, offering additional value-added services.
This Caterpillar 325D got a good look from Dennis Miesler of Miesler Construction in Wisconsin.
Cat Auction Services’ Jo Linkert (L) and Tim Bartlett are ready to answer any questions about the auction.
Rick Albin (far R), president of Cat Auction Services, welcomes Clayton Rocha (L), Caterpillar Mining manager, and Jesus Cedilla, vice president of international sales, Ring Power Corporation, to the Kissimmee sale.
Charlie Baer (L), used equipment manager of Ziegler Cat, and Mike Scott, president of Mascott Inc., follow the bidding action during the Cat Auction Services sale.
(L-R): Jeff Speer, used equipment manager of FABCO CAT, pauses for a photo with Alex Weaver and Jennifer Hammontree-Jones, both of Caterpillar Used Equipment Services Inc.
Rick Albin, president of Cat Auction Services, welcomes bidders to the Kissimmee auction.
Jim Maetzold of Pac West came from Phoenix, Ariz., to look over this Caterpillar 140H and a host of other Caterpillar iron.
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Meekins Holds Auction for Locklear Boring in Creedmoor
loyd Meekins & Sons Auction Co. held an absolute auction featuring equipment from Locklear Boring Inc. on Jan. 31 in Creedmoor, N.C.
Charles Davis (L) and Todd Snyder, CCS Equipment, Youngsville, N.C., the Link-Belt excavator dealer of eastern North Carolina, look over a few of the machines up for sale. Trey Meekins finds the next bidder for the Kubota backhoe.
Mickey Meekins welcomes attendees to the Locklear Boring Inc. auction and goes over the details prior to the start of the sale.
Steve Sanders, Sanders Utility, Charlotte, N.C., was interested in the auger and boring products. Troy Webb (L), Borco Inc., Greenville, N.C., was interested in the Richmond & American horizontal boring equipment, he needed them for a project he just won. James Ambrose, Locklear Boring, answered a few of his questions.
Jackie and Jennifer Atkinson, J&J Truck Sales, Chattam, Va., were interested in the trucks, dozers and excavators up for sale.
Keith Davenport, Davenport Inc., Plymouth, N.C., needed a few excavators for spring work and thought the Kubota excavators would suit his needs.
Bryan Waddell (L), B M Waddell Equipment, Mt. Airy, N.C., and Rick Sowers, Sowers Construction, Mt. Airy, N.C., were both interested in the excavators.
Mark Butcher, Gaines & Company, Raleigh, N.C., came to buy the shoring equipment.
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More Than 9,400 Heavy Equipment Items, Trucks Sell at
itchie Bros. Auctioneers held its Florida Auctions in Orlando Feb. 18 to 23, selling more than 9,400 items for more than $176 million. The six-day auction set a new company record for online sales as online buyers generated more than $53 million in gross auction proceeds or 31 percent of total gross auction proceeds generated during the auctions. Approximately 8,300 bidders registered for the six-day, unreserved public auction from 80 countries, 50 U.S. states, all Canadian provinces and one territory. More than $38 million was purchased by buyers in Florida while more than $137 million (or 78 percent) was sold to buyers located outside the state of Florida, with more than $58 million (or 33 percent) of that amount being sold to buyers outside the country. Items in the auction were sold for more than 780 sellers. Items sold include a 2012 Grove RT890 90-ton 4x4x4 rough-terrain crane that sold for $725,000 and more than 40 2008 International ProStar and 2007 International 9400I trucks from Wal-mart’s professionally maintained fleet. “It has been another big February week for us here in Orlando,” said Steve Kriebel, regional sales manager, Thousands of pieces of equipment spread out over the 200-acre Ritchie Bros. site. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “We welcomed bidders from across the nation and those who traveled from around the world to compete for one of the world’s largest selections of heavy equipment. Prices were particularly strong for the smaller heavy construction items as well as one of the nicest selections of cranes that we’ve ever sold in our yard here in Orlando. Having now kicked off our 2013 Orlando auction season we look forward to building for our next Orlando auction on May 16, 2013.” A new company record for gross auction proceeds generated by online buyers was set at this year’s February Orlando auction. More than 3,900 of the registered bidders participated online using the Ritchie Bros. real-time online bidding service available at www.rbauction.com and purchased more than $53 million of equipment. Internet bidders were winner or runner up bidder on 51 percent of the lots available online. Indicating the scope of this sale, more than threedozen Broce brooms were available.
Mike Pursifull (L), president of AQUIP Inc., Tampa, Fla., and Orville Liburd, chairman of Lefco Equipment Rental & Construction Co. Ltd., in Nevis, West Indies, are ready for the auction to start.
This sale has come to be known as “The Big One.”
Every machine is power washed before it crosses the auction ramp.
Rigid frame haulers are lined up and ready to roll across the auction ramp.
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Ritchie Fla. Auction; Sale Brings in More Than $176 M
Richard Mallet (L), international sales representative of Hewitt Cat, and Dan MacLeod of Atlantic Cat enjoy reminiscing about old times.
This Caterpillar 740 truck may be going to Tennessee for a coal operation, if the price is right, according to Mike Webster of Crossfield Coal.
A virtual auction keeps the bidding action moving on items to small to run over the ramp.
This 2010 Caterpillar 740 truck sold for $330,000.
Ritchie Bros. offered an extensive selection of cranes at its Florida auction.
Henry Branscome (L) and Mark Hockaday, president of Henry Mfg. Equipment Sales Co., are considering this Caterpillar 330D.
Tim Anderson (L) and Tim Tabor, both of Thompson Machinery, keep track of what the Caterpillar wheel loaders are going for at the Ritchie sale.
A Caterpillar dozer with a giant ripper rambles over the auction ramp.
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#1FDAF56F91EC4385; 1998 Chevy 3/4 Ton Stahl Utility Body; FLATBED & VAN BODY TRUCKS: 2000 Ford F350 Flatbed, Vin #1FTSF31F5YEC89032; 2000 Hino FA S/A Cabover Rack Body, Vin #JHBEA4JE5X1S10193; 1992 Freightliner FL60 S/A Flatbed, Vin #1FV6GFFC3NL484590; 1992 Ford F450 Flatbed, Vin #2FDLF47M9NCA72662; 1991 Ford F700 S/A Cab & Chassis, Vin #1FDNK74P3MVA16312; 1987 Int’l 1954 S/A Cab & Chassis, Vin #1HTL0TVN6HHA25009; COLLECTOR CARS: 1968 Chevy Chevelle; 1998 Chevy Corvette Coupe; FLEET VEHICLES: 2007 Ford Ranger; 2006 Ford 500; 2006 Lincoln Royal Limo; 2005 Ford Ranger; 2005 GMC 3500 Savana Tradesman Van; 2005 GMC 3500 Savana Tradesman Van; 2004 GMC 3500 Savana Tradesman Van; 2004 GMC 3500 Savana Tradesman Van; 2001 Chevy 3500 Express Tradesman Van; 2005 Ford Explorer; 2005 Ford Focus; 2001 Kia Sephia; 2000 Ford F150; 1999 Ford F350XL; 1999 Ford F250; 1999 Plymouth Voyager SE Van; 1997 Ford F400XL SD; 1998 Ford F150; 1994 Ford F450; 1993 Ford F350; 1999 Ford F250, Not Running; 1996 GMC Sierra, Not Running; SNOW HANDLING EQUIPMENT: 8’ Tarco Highlander 2.5 Yd Stainless Steel Sander, Gas; 8’ Fisher Plow w/Frame, Pump & Snow Foil; TRUCK PARTS & COMPONENTS: 21’ Truck Body For Storage, Roll Up Door; 21’ Van Body w/Roll Up Rear & Curb Side Doors; Fender, Hood & Tail Gate For 1980’s Ford; 7.3L Dsl Power Unit; 1993 2.5L, 4 Cyl Power Unit w/5 Sp Trans; Red Boom Truck Crane, Cap =3290@ Full Retention @ 65 Deg; (4) Axles; (2) Flatbed Bodies; AND MORE!
FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 8:30 AM
CONSTRUCTION, EARTHMOVING & PAVING EQUIPMENT, CRUSHING & SCREENING EXCAVATORS: 2009 Deere 450DLC, s/n 913778; 2005 Cat 330CL, s/n CKDKY02470; 2006 Cat 314CLCR, s/n PCA1220; 2005 Cat 314CLCR,; 1993 Cat 312, s/n 7DK01591; 2006 Komatsu PC300HD-7L, s/n A85062; 2000 Komatsu PC120-6; Gradall 2200XL, s/n 228403; 2004 Deere 35C ZTS, s/n 232268; 2011 Deere 75D, s/n 1FF0750XVA0014290; 2007 Kubota KX121-3ST, s/n 34199; Late 90’s Komatsu PC45; Bobcat 341; Hitachi EX33; 2004 JCB Mini, s/n 1006977; Daewoo Mini, s/n 1467; 2000 Cat M312 Mobile Excavator, s/n 6TL01128; CRAWLER TRACTORS & LOADERS: 1998 Deere 450G, s/n T0450GH846657; 1987 Cat D4H, s/n 8PB01312; RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2011 Cat 930H; 1997 Cat 988F II, s/n 2ZR00797; 2008 Komatsu WA320-6, s/n A34047; 2000 Komatsu WA600-3, s/n A52102;1996 Komatsu WA500, s/n A61037;1996 Komatsu WA380-3L, s/n A50053; 1981 Cat 866C, s/n 78G5284; Komatsu WR11-1, s/n 30183; JCB 416 Tool Carrier, s/n SLP41600VE529422; 1969 Cat 950, s/n 81J01807; Trojan 4500, s/n T164529; 1974 Trojan 2500, s/n 251164; Kubota R400; TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2009 Cat 416E, s/n BWC00182; 2001 Deere 410G, s/n T0410GX905624; 1993 JCB 217S; 1989 Deere 310C, s/n T03140CB757293; 1988 Deere 710B, s/n T0710BJ750084; SKID STEERS: 2010 Cat 262C, s/n MST03580; 2010 Gehl 6640E, s/n 06640K00607847; Deere 322, s/n T0322TB119306; 1989 Case 1845C, s/n JAF0040911; Bobcat 642, s/n 5014M20781; Thomas 2300, s/n LP000280; 1996 Trackless MT-5, s/n MT5T903; COMPACT TRACK LOADERS: 2006 Cat 247B, s/n CAT0247BCMTL03750; 2005 ASV RC100, s/n RSD02018; SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: (2) 66”, (2) 72”, (2) 74”, 80” & 90” GP Bkts; (3) 66”, (2) 72”, 74” & (3) 84” Brush Grapples; 72” & 80” Stone Bkts; 66” Grapple Bkt; (3) 68” & (3) 78” Brush Cutters; (2) 84” Plows; (2) Backhoes; (3) 48” Forks w/Side Shift; (2) 48” Forks; Auger; (5) Fork Frames; (4) Q/C Plates; Bkt Lip Adapter; Bkt Lip Teeth Adapters; Sweeper; Scoop-N-Mix Attach; Rockhound Attach; Thomas Dozer Blade; PAVING EQUIPMENT: 2005 Blaw Knox PF4410, s/n 181560; 1999 Roadtec SB2500, s/n 8B2500X462; Pucket Bros T650, s/n PBP90A4250; Layton Drag Box; CRUSHING & SCREENING: 82’, 70’, 50’, 40’ & 22’ Conveyors w/Elec Motor; LARGE GENSETS: Airman SDG25S 25KW Skid Mtd
Generator, s/n 1233S30319; BRIDGE & ROAD REHAB EQUIPMENT: 2006 Bidwell 3600 Concrete Paver, s/n B36003432006CA; Putzmeister Dynajet TD170 40K PSI Tag-Along Pressure Washer; MARINE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT: Quick Erect Scaffold by Gold Medal Tubelox; Deck Crane; Sea Crane, s/n HK016/9186004300; Steel Deck Bits & Cleats; 6” Slurry Pump; (3) Falk Radicon Gear Reducers; Misc Hatch Covers; (2) Deck Winches; Deck Fair Leads; PortaCo Inc Hyd Power Pack w/o Winch, s/n 92292302; Hyd Soil Mixing Attachment; Cable Spooler; (4) Spools Of Mooring Line; Gear Boxes For Capstans; PILE DRIVING EQUIPMENT: 7’ Caisson Pile Driving Clamp; Ice 80S Dsl Pile Driving Hammer; COMPACTORS & ROLLERS: 2002 Cat CB634C, s/n 3BR00512; 2002 Cat CB634C, s/n 03BR00515; Hyster 350 Dbl Drum Asphalt Roller, s/n C89C5498H; 2000 Ingersoll Rand 66” Sgl Drum Roller, s/n 163380; Bomag BW120AD-3 Roller, s/n 101170510455; Stone Wolfpac 2500 Dbl Drum Roller, s/n 2800228; 1982 Hyster C330B Dbl Drum Roller, s/n A158C1782Z; Ingersoll Rand TC-13 Trench Compactor; BOOM LIFTS: 1998 JLG 450AJ Manlift, s/n 38150; Older Telescopic Boom Lift; WOOD
GRINDERS: 2000 Komptech Terminator 5000S, s/n 181026; Gruendler Wood Hog 5060DH Shredder Mtd On T/A Carrier, s/n 500230; 1996 Gruendler Wood Hog, s/n 500277; ARTICULATED & RIDGID FRAME END DUMPS: 2006 Cat 735 Articulated End Dump; 2004 JCB 718 Articulated End Dump, s/n 832041; 2004 JCB 718 Articulated Dump, s/n 832038; Terex 2556D, s/n A4731037; DUMPERS: 2004 Barford SX9000 9 Ton Dumper, s/n SX9449/SVRJ0601; Benford 6 Ton Dumper, s/n SLB6000DER12AH627; Benford 4 Ton Dumper, s/n SLBDDN00EV12AW015; Benford 4 Ton Dumper, s/n SLBDDN00EW03AV008; Terex 3 Ton Dumper, s/n SLBDNN00EW01AL012; Terex 3 Ton Dumper. s/n SLBDNN00ET04AL078; Terex 3 Ton Dumper; BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: 2006 Rock Ram 778STR Hyd Hammer Fits 44K-88K Lb Machines; 1999 Rock Blaster Hyd Hammer Fits 311-315 Machines, s/n 169032; Boom Attachment; Unused Gentec HT830 Hyd Thumb; Unused Gentec HT1035 Hyd Thumb; Unused Gentec MT2650 HD Universal Thumb; (2) Unused 48” Replacement Forks, 3000 Lb Cap; Cat 1’ Bkt; 32” Bkt w/Teeth; 42” Bkt w/Teeth; SEA & STORAGE CONTAINERS: (3) 40’ & (5) 20’ Sea Containers; TRENCH & SHORING BOXES & ROAD PLATES: EQUIPMENT PARTS & COMPONENTS: Steel Plates & Misc Steel; (2) Detroit Dsl (GM Motors) Engines Mdl PTA-11141, s/n 273057, 265705; Detroit Dsl Engine; (2) Detroit Dsl Allison Motors; Cat Engine; AND MORE!
ADDITION TO SALE - PUBLIC REAL PROPERTY AUCTION In conjunction with construction auction to be sold at 12:00 Noon by Virtual Presentation
Income Producing Property Located in Perth Amboy, NJ briefly described as: 9,600 Square Feet w/ 1,000 Sq Ft Office Space, 20’ Ceiling, 2 Drive-In Doors, Access to Routes 440, 287, 35 & N.J. Turnpike Offered Subject To Very Motivated Owner Confirmation TERMS: See website for additional Terms
SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 8:30 AM
MARINE & CONTRACTOR SUPPORT, AG, LANDSCAPE & MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT SWEEPERS, SCRUBBERS & VAC UNITS: Sweepster Walk Behind Sweeper; GENERATORS: Rudox RM170 Skid Mtd Generator; COMPRESSORS: 2000 Ingersoll Rand P185WJD S/A Portable Air Compressor, s/n 314771UGK221; 1984 Ingersoll Rand 185 Tag-Along Air Compressor, s/n 137698U84957; Sullair 185DPOJD Tag-Along Compressor, s/n 004134863; Sullair D185Q Tag-Along Compressor, s/n 11910; Airman 25KW Compressor, s/n 0157394/01; PUMPS: Godwin Pump; (3) Walker 3” Portable Water Pumps; WELDERS: Lincoln Electric Mdl AC/DC 225/125 AC/DC Arc Welder, s/n 9221-312; LIGHT TOWERS: Magnum 5060 6 KW Tag-Along Light Tower, s/n 93328; Magnum 5060KMH 6 KW Tag-Along Light Tower, s/n 93326; Coleman MH4000RDKH Tag-Along Light Tower, s/n RD6025; MESSAGE & ARROW BOARDS: SCISSOR& PERSONNEL LIFTS: MEC 1932 Scissor Lift; INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFTS: RECREATIONAL VEHICLES & GOLF CARTS: Yamaha Kodiak 4 Wheeler; Z-Go TXT Elec Golf Cart, Water Damage, s/n 1193799; EX-Go Elec Golf Cart, Water Damage, s/n 2415143; EX-Go Elec Golf Cart, Water Damage, s/n 1121917; Club Car Carry All Flatbed Elec Cart, Water Damage, s/n JR0714745004; Club Car Carry All Enclosed Utility Elec Cart, Water Damage, s/n QB1146249011; AG & UTILITY TRACTORS: New Holland TC45, s/n G516665; 2010 Kubota B3030, s/n 59577; 2007 Kubota BX2350, s/n 56993; 2006 Kubota BX2350, s/n 53067; 2003 Kubota L3830, s/n 31190; 2001 Kubota L35, s/n 73812; AG IMPLEMENTS: UTILITY VEHICLES: 2007 Bush Hog TH4400 w/Dump Body; WOOD CHIPPERS, STUMP GRINDERS & MULCHERS: COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE & GROUNDS CARE EQUIPMENT: Aqua 400 Gal Hydroseeder; Scagg SWZ48-17KA, s/n 3290162; Jacobsen 5210 Greens
Mower, s/n 62226; Jacobsen Tournament Cut-22 Greens Mower, s/n 622611886; Jacobsen Tournament Cut-22 Greens Mower, s/n 06629102433; Jacobsen Tournament Cut-22 Greens Mower, s/n 06229102359; Jacobsen Tournament Cut-22 Greens Mower, s/n 0622910363; Jacobsen Tournament Cut Greens Mower, s/n 06229102351; Jacobsen Tee-Collar 526A Greens Mower, s/n 622851836; Jacobsen Tee-Collar 526A Greens Mower, s/n 6228502351; Jacobsen Tee-Collar 526 Greens Mower, s/n 622851835; Jacobsen TeeCollar Greens Mower, s/n 622612202; Jacobsen Tee-Collar Greens Mower, s/n 622611896; Jacobsen Tee-Collar Greens Mower, s/n 622803090; Jacobsen Tee-Collar Greens Mower, s/n 0622611885; Jacobsen Tee-Collar Greens Mower, s/n 0622611895; 2004 Toro
Greensmaster 1000 Reel Mower, s/n 04052-24000198; 2004 Toro Greensmaster 1000 Reel Mower, s/n 04052-240001133; John Deere 220A Reel Mower, s/n M00220A060556; John Deere 220A Reel Mower, s/n M00220A055852; John Deere 220A Reel Mower, s/n M00220A051458; Bobcat 48” Mower, s/n 9300012621; Ryan Greensaire 24 Aerator, s/n 1124346; 1996 Jacobsen Tri-King 1900 Reel Mower, s/n 670171892; 2004 Lastec 3696H Articulator; Toro Reel Master 5400D Greens Mower, s/n 230000594; Toro Versa Vac, s/n 23000111; 1998 Toro Hydrojet 3000, s/n 09801-80174; UTILITY & LANDSCAPE TRAILERS: 2009 Triple Crown 7x18 T/A Trailer, Vin #1XNCH718191027726; 1998 Doo Little 5 Ton T/A Tag-Along, Vin #1DGHD1628WM030585; THREE PT HITCH ATTACHMENTS: OUTBUILDINGS: MAJOR INVENTORY OF CONSTRUCTION, GENERAL & MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: 100’s Of Lots!
(2) ADDITIONS TO SALE ON SATURDAY 3/23 #1 GYM & FITNESS EQUIPMENT Mostly Precor From A Manhattan Village Affected By Storm Sandy #2 COMPLETE TOOL DISPERSAL for J&R TOOL (Going Out Of Business) Reported Over $100K Cost In Mostly New Contractor Power & Pneumatic Tools & Accessories
Quality consignments are now being accepted for this sale! TERMS: Complete payment or a minimum requirement of 20% deposit day of sale in Cash, Certified Check or Guaranteed Funds. Balance due within 4 days. ONLINE BIDDING THROUGH EQUIPMENTFACTS.COM.
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ADVERTISER INDEX ALLU GROUP ..............................................................................55 AMERICAN CRUSHERS AND SCREENS ..................................47 ARLINGTON HEAVY HAULING ..................................................26 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ..........................2,3, 10 ATCO EQUIPMENT ......................................................................5 ATLANTIC COAST CRANES ......................................................11 BLANCHARD MACHINERY INC............................................20, 59 BOBCAT OF GREENVILLE ..........................................................7 BROOKS SALES INC ..................................................................25 CAROLINA CATERPILAR DEALERS ....................................14- 17 CAT AUCTION SERVICES KANSAS CITY MO ..............................................................81 CCS EQUIPMENT ......................................................................21 CEG SCALE MODELS ................................................................57 CLASSIFIEDS ..............................................................................68 COMPANY WRENCH ..................................................................23 CON-EQUIPMENT OF THE CAROLINAS ..................................25 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE WANTED..............................................................................69 TARGETED EMAIL..............................................................52 PAVING COMPACTION & MILLING PROMO ....................40 NEWSLETTERS ..................................................................30 TESTIMONIAL ....................................................................39 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ..............................................63 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..................................................31 DURATECH..................................................................................42 DYNAPAC ....................................................................................64 EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS ......................................................37 EXODUS MACHINES ..................................................................49 FELLING TRAILERS ....................................................................36 FLANGE LOCK ............................................................................22 FLECO ATTACHMENTS ..............................................................56 GEHL............................................................................................64 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ..........................................46 GROVE WORLDWIDE ................................................................60 H-E PARTS DISTRIBUTION ........................................................58 HELAC CORP ..............................................................................54 HENSLEY INDUSTRIES INC ........................................................9 HILLS MACHINERY COMPANY ..................................................84 HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ..........................................56 INTERSTATE EQUIPMENT ........................................................26
IROCK CRUSHERS ....................................................................50 IRON PLANET ............................................................................73 JOHN DEERE ..............................................................................34 KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..............................33 KLEEMAN ....................................................................................48 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ......................................................61 KPI-JCI ........................................................................................46 KUBOTA EXCAVATOR ................................................................65 KUHN EQUIPMENT SALES INC ................................................43 LBX ............................................................................................19 MAY HEAVY EQUIPMENT ..........................................................23 MOBRO MARINE INC..................................................................13 MOTLEY AUCTION......................................................................78 MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS TUSCALOOSA AL ..............................................................75 NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ........................................................56 NATIONAL TRENCH SAFETY ....................................................20 NORAM ........................................................................................67 NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS..........................................54 NORTRAX EQUIPMENT CO ......................................................27 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEEERS INC HATFIELD MA ....................................................................78 NORTH FRANKLIN CT ......................................................79 PILE EQUIPMENT INC ................................................................24 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO ..........................................................23 POWERSCREEN MID-ATLANTIC ..............................................51 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS LEBANON TN ......................................................................78 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS ................................................83 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ................................................24 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ......................................................58 SENNEBOGEN ............................................................................45 SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ....................................55 SOUTHEASTERN EQUIPMENT CORP ......................................25 SOUTHERN TRACTOR SERVICE ..............................................58 SUPERIOR INDUSTRIES............................................................42 TAR HEEL MACHINERY................................................................6 TEREX CRANES ........................................................................66 THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ..................................58 TOWMASTER INC ......................................................................38 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ................................................29
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Net HP—78 – 108 HP
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