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Volvo Group Agrees to Sell Volvo Rents

The entire project is slated to last 28 months, or until the middle of August 2015.

weekdays. In order to improve the situation, albeit to a small degree, the Virginia Department of Transportation has begun working on a 7-mi. (11.3 km) stretch of I-95 in Prince William County, approximately 25 mi. (40.2 km) south of the nation’s capital. Work began in April on a project designed to construct auxiliary lanes and widen the shoulders of the

As part of efforts to focus on its core business, the Volvo Group has agreed to sell Volvo Rents to the U.S. private equity firm Platinum Equity for $1.1 billion. Volvo Construction Equipment will continue to sell products to Volvo Rents under the new ownership. Volvo Rents offers rental of a range of machines intended for the construction and engineering industry, including Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) products. Volvo Rents has operations in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico and 2,100 employees. Platinum Equity is a Californiabased investment firm with experience of investing in the equipment rental market. “We looked at different alternatives to grow Volvo Rents’ business and concluded that the best alternative is to sell the operation to another owner,” said Olof Persson, Volvo group president and CEO. All Volvo Rents’ employees will remain with the company and Volvo

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Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic Hosts Demo Events…8

Drillers’ Choice Expands With Komatsu Purchases…12

I-95 Set to Relieve Mind-Numbing Traffic Delays for Washington, D.C. By Eric Olson CEG CORRESPONDENT

Linder Celebrates 60 Years in Business…37

Table of Contents ................4 Underground Utility, Trenchers & Trench Boxes Section ..........................45-48

Anyone who has ever had to drive into or out of Washington, D.C., in particular along the I-95 corridor, has experienced the almost mind-numbing traffic backups and delays common to the area. Bumper-to-bumper traffic can be found at every compass point in and around the city, particularly on

U.S. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of ASA

Paving Section..............53-66 Parts Section ....................67 Business Calendar ............84 Auction Section ..........86-97 Advertisers Index ..............98

In a victory for construction subcontractors, the U.S. Supreme Court preserved the 24 state laws limiting the validity of forumselection clauses in construction contracts in its ruling on Dec. 3 in Atlantic Marine Construction Co. Inc. v. United States District

Court for the Western District of Texas, et al. The American Subcontractors Association filed an amicus brief in the case in August, telling the Supreme Court that a poor decision “… would compel federal courts to disregard: (1) the law of the state where the project was

located, and (2) the legitimate policy concerns those laws were designed to address.” The Supreme Court said that when a federal court considers the forum for a case, “the court should not consider the parties’ private see ASA page 91


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2007 VOLVO PF6170, 1451 Hrs ......................$230,000

2010 VOLVO A25F, 1727 Hrs ........................$285,000

(2) 2007 VOLVO PF6110, 2809-3061 Hrs ......$160,000 Ea.

(6) 2012 VOLVO A25F, 1590-2222 Hrs ..............$310,000

2008 VOLVO PF6110, 3258 Hrs ......................$185,000

(5) 2006 VOLVO A30D, 4710-10800 Hrs ............$195,000

2006 VOLVO PF6110, 2866 Hrs ......................$185,000

2011 VOLVO A30E, 3078 Hrs ........................$310,000

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

Compactors-Smooth Drum 2010 VOLVO DD112HF, 1664 Hrs......................$85,000 2008 VOLVO DD118HF, 1874 Hrs......................$90,000 2007 VOLVO SD116DXTF, 5157 Hrs ..................$65,000

(2) 2008 VOLVO A35E, 3849-5086 Hrs..............$265,000 2008 VOLVO A30E, 7614 Hrs ........................$175,000

2011 Volvo EC380D, 1806 hrs, $265,000

(5) 2010 VOLVO A40E, 1972-4686 Hrs..............$390,000 (4) 2011 VOLVO A40E, 3442-4401 Hrs..............$350,000 2009 VOLVO A40F, 2333 Hrs ........................$440,000

Excavators-Crawler 2011 VOLVO EC210CL, 1931 Hrs ....................$145,000 2007 VOLVO EC210CL, 2439 Hrs ......................$90,000 2008 VOLVO EC210C LC, 2588 Hrs ..................$115,000

(10) 2011 VOLVO,A40F, 1551-6374 Hrs ........................ ..............................................$345,000-$$480,000 (8) 2012 VOLVO A40F, 1815-2826 Hrs..$450,000-$480,000 2013 VOLVO A40F, 1718 Hrs ........................$500,000 2006 CATERPILLAR 740, 10761 Hrs ................$185,000

2011 VOLVO EC240C LC, 2759 Hrs ..................$160,000

2011 Volvo EW180C, 1677 hrs, $155,000

2008 VOLVO EC240CL, 6361 Hrs ......................$90,000 2011 VOLVO EC250DL, 2277 Hrs ....................$200,000 2012 VOLVO EC300DL, 1820 Hrs ....................$225,000 (2) 2011 VOLVO EC340DL, 3041-3577 Hrs .................... ................................................$230,000-$235,000 (8) 2012 VOLVO EC340DL, 1573-3432 Hrs .................... ................................................$260,000-$270,000 2012 VOLVO EC380DL, 2271 Hrs ....................$265,000 2011 VOLVO EC380D, 2115 Hrs......................$265,000 2011 VOLVO EC460C LC, 3903 Hrs ..................$280,000

2012 Volvo L90G, 2549 hrs, $170,000

2011 VOLVO EC480DL, 3148 Hrs ....................$340,000 2013 KOMATSU PC350 LC-8, 1967 Hrs ............$250,000

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2010 VOLVO L50F, 7623 Hrs ..........................$58,000 (2) 2011 VOLVO L50F, 6029-6185 Hrs ..........$65,000 Ea. (3) 2012 VOLVO L70G, 2016-3165 Hrs $148,000-$160,000 2006 VOLVO L90E, 16653 Hrs ........................$58,000 (2) 2012 VOLVO L90G, 2523-2736 Hrs $170,000-$198,000 (3) 2011 VOLVO L110F, 3634-5474 Hrs $160,000$180,000 2010 VOLVO L110F, 5170 Hrs ........................$145,000 (2) 2012 VOLVO L110G, 2221-2576 Hrs$225,000-$230,000 2009 VOLVO L120F, 6870 Hrs ........................$165,000 2011 VOLVO L120F, 4556 Hrs ........................$185,000

(2) 2007 Volvo T450D, 1530-1632 hrs, $225,000 Ea.

2013 VOLVO L120F, 5497 Hrs ........................$175,000 2009 VOLVO L150F, 5512 Hrs ........................$205,000

Excavators-Wheel (2) 2011 VOLVO EW180C, 2041-2580 Hrs ....$155,000 Ea.

(2) 2010 VOLVO L150F, 8812-11462 Hrs ...................... ................................................$140,000-$160,000 (4) 2011 VOLVO L150G, 1881-3198 Hrs$260,000-$280,000

2011 Volvo L150G, 1937 hrs, $280,000

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2010 VOLVO L180F, 2990 Hrs ........................$265,000

(2) 2009 VOLVO G930, 2715-3629 Hrs ........$120,000 Ea.

2012 VOLVO L180G, 2551 Hrs ......................$325,000

(2) 2010 VOLVO G930, 3224-3312 Hrs ........$150,000 Ea.

2012 VOLVO L250G, 1642 Hrs ......................$480,000

2011 VOLVO G946B, 1916 Hrs ......................$240,000

2011 VOLVO L350F, 1820 Hrs ........................$685,000

2008 VOLVO G930, 4036 Hrs ........................$120,000

2004 KOMATSU WA320-5, 19183 Hrs ................$36,000

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MARIETTA’S DRILLERS’ CHOICE EXPANDS WITH KOMATSU IRON

Over the past several years, Allen Cellar of Drillers’ Choice Inc. has expanded his business with the purchase of a number of Komatsu machines from Tractor & Equipment Company in Kennesaw, Ga.

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Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic Premieres AggreSand in N.C. Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic Inc. recently hosted an event premiering the AggreSand from Terex Washing Systems (TWS) at the Carolina Sunrock facility in Kittrell, N.C., as well as an event that followed at Carolina Sunrock’s facility in Butner, N.C., featuring the Matec System. In Kittrell, approximately 155 guests saw shot blasted rock — hard granite rock indigenous to the area — fed into the Powerscreen Premiertrak 400 jaw crusher at 24 to 30 in. (61 to 76 cm). After being crushed down to a 4-in (10 cm) minus product, the material was fed into the Powerscreen 1000 Maxtrak equipped with a 40 in. (102 cm) cone for secondary crushing, and then fed to the Powerscreen Warrior 1400X equipped with a 12-ft. x 5-ft. (3.7 x 1.5 m) two-deck screen box. This process reduced the size of the shot rock to 1.5 in. (3.8 cm) minus and was ready for the Terex AggreSand wash plant. All of these machines work together to create five finished products, three types of clean gravel and two types of sand.

Ian Williamson (L) of Powerscreen MidAtlantic thanks George Fox of Luck Stone in Richmond, Va., for attending the event.

The Terex AggreSand system combines aggregate washing and screening with sand processing on a modular chassis. It brings together Terex Washing Systems components in a modular design. The Terex AggreSand has multiple applications including virgin aggregate; manufactured sand; sand and gravel; crushed rock; crusher dust; scalpings; iron ore; other mineral ores and construction and demolition waste material. At Carolina Sunrock’s Butner, N.C., location, customers saw the Matec system in action that Carolina Sunrock purchased from Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic earlier in 2013. The Matec is a completely automated system designed for recycling waste slurry water from an aggregate wash plant. It removes the silt and clay from the slurry water and produces a dry silt cake and then sends the clean filtered water back to the wash plant for use. This eliminates the need for any settling ponds at the quarry and saves the customer the expensive maintenance costs that come with these traditional ponds. The system at Carolina Sunrock consisted of a filter press, thickener tank, buffer tank, flocculant dosing station and clean water tank. Matec is a world leader in custom designed water treatment systems. Based in Italy, Matec has installed more than 1,000 systems worldwide, with more than 75 working in the United States. Also during the event, Powerscreen MidAtlantic demonstrated the new Trakpactor 320SR impact crusher. The Trakpactor 320SR is a mid-sized horizontal impact crusher redesigned to offer operators and contractors excellent reduction and high consistency of product shape for performance in quarry and recycling applications. The crushing chamber features a 44.5 x 31.5 in. (1130 x 800 mm) feed opening, hydraulically assisted CSS adjustment, four bar rotor and twin apron design and hydraulic overload protection as standard. New to this model is an optional fully independent hydraulic pre-screen, which improves fines removal and reduces chamber wear costs. The plant features rapid set-up time, a fuel-efficient direct drive system and excel-

Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic invited more than 60 of its customers to see the Terex AggreSand machine as well as many Powerscreen products.

(L-R): John Tankard, Katherine and Bryan Pfohl of Carolina Sunrock; Andrew Cooney of Powerscreen MidAtlantic; Kevin Sasser of Carolina Sunrock; and Adam Logan of Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic await the demonstration.

lent output potential of up to 352 tons per hour (320 tph). The plant features a recirculating conveyor, which rises for transport, allowing more ground clearance under the machine when moving on site and loading for transport. A main feature of the Trakpactor 320SR crusher is the quickdetach post-screen section that converts it to a standard Trakpactor 320 unit. “We were very happy with the success of our recent open days here in North Carolina,” said Mark Keenan, sales manager of Terex Washing Systems and Matec product lines of Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic Inc. “It gave us a great opportunity to showsee POWERSCREEN page 78

Andrew Cooney (L), owner of Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic, welcomes Jason Rollins of G.S. Materials in Burlington, N.C.

(L-R): Adam Logan of Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic (L) explains the operation of Powerscreen products and how they work in tandem with the AggreSand to Brian Donaghy, Marc Furman, Marco Furman, Ali Ramaliu of 1st Response Rail Service in Bishopville, S.C.


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Marietta’s Drillers’ Choice Expands With Komatsu Iron By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

Over the past several years, Allen Cellar of Drillers’ Choice Inc., based in Marietta, Ga., has expanded his business with the purchase of a number of Komatsu machines from Tractor & Equipment Company in Kennesaw, Ga. He purchases Komatsu excavator “carrier” machines and ships them to his manufacturing facility, where his staff installs LoDril drilling units and configures each machine based on the customer’s requirements for drilling depth and hole diameter. The LoDril is a versatile excavatormounted foundation drill featuring telescoping Kelley bars that allow the operator to drill deep with a low profile attachment. Models include those from 10,000 ft./lbs. of torque to 200,000 ft./lbs. and drilling depths to 80 ft. (24.4 m). Cellar said that while he always knew Komatsu was a premium brand with cutting edge technology, dependability and competitive pricing he had never purchased

(L-R): Mike Schneider, office manager; Edwin Prado, John Greene, Brian Griffis and Steve Newman, all service technicians; and Jay Brack, service manager, maintain the machines at Drillers’ Choice Inc.

Allen Cellar (L) of Drillers’ Choice Inc. and Mack Brice, sales representative of Tractor & Equipment Company, discuss future machine purchases.

Komatsu machines until last year. “We now have 10 Komatsu excavators. We’ve been very pleased with them — pleased with the service that we get from the local dealer and very pleased with their KOMTRAX system. We can track these units wherever they are, and we know when they need service. If there are any issues with them, we and the local dealer are notified.” KOMTRAX is a GPS monitoring system that is free for the life of the machine. Newly purchased machines come with Komatsu Care a three-year/2,000-hour complimentary scheduled maintenance program that includes oil changes every 500 hours, no

matter where the machine is located. Also included is (2) complimentary diesel particulate filters. “Our machines work all over the country, and when it’s time for service, the machine notifies us and the local distributor through the computer program — on board GPS system — and a service man from one of the local Komatsu dealers goes out and services the machine,” Cellar said. “It’s worth about $15,000, and that’s critical to us in our decision making, because it’s an expense I don’t have to incur, and I don’t have to hire someone to go out and do oil changes when the machines are out of our normal service

Drillers’ Choice installed this Komatsu PC138 with LoDril at the Drillers’ Choice Inc. facility in Marietta, Ga.

area.” Mack Brice services Drillers’ Choice Inc.’s account with Tractor & Equipment Company, and Cellar has been pleased with the relationship. “Mack has been with us for about the last five years,” Cellar said. “There is no

turnover. He follows everything from initial discussion to the delivery of the machine. He goes above and beyond what is needed.” Currently, Drillers’ Choice Inc.’s Komatsu excavator fleet ranges from the PC138 to the PC360 sized machines, and the see KOMATSU page 82


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1999 Fuchs MHL350 #2100317, 16,618 Hrs, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, 49’ Max Reach Material Handling Front, Drop Nose Stick, Deutz Engine, Generator System, and Solid Tires. Clean Older Machine that is Sold “as-is” with Inspection Report Available. FOB East Longmeadow, MA. ................Only $79,500

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Terex Corporation has agreed to sell its truck business to Volvo Construction Equipment for cash proceeds of approximately $160 million. The truck business manufactures and sells off-highway rigid and articulated haul trucks. Included in the transaction is the manufacturing facility in Motherwell, Scotland. The sale, which is subject to government regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions, is targeted to close in the first half of 2014. “The truck business has been an important part of our company for more than three decades and continues to produce world class products with dedicated and talented employees,” said Ron DeFeo, Terex chairman and chief executive officer. “However, trucks no longer fit within our changing portfolio of lifting and material handling business4:28 P es. I am confident that the truck business will benefit by joining a company sharing similar competencies and offering

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complementary products and services. We are pleased to have entered into this agreement with Volvo, which represents a strong strategic buyer for the business who values our distribution network and team members. “The sale of the truck business reflects our strategy to manage our portfolio of businesses and focus on those businesses that provide the greatest returns for our shareholders. We recently announced the initiation of quarterly cash dividends to our shareholders and a share repurchase program and the proceeds from this sale aid our efforts to improve our financial efficiency and implement these programs.” Commenting on the rationale of the deal Volvo CE’s president, Pat Olney said, “This is a strategic acquisition that offers Volvo CE considerable scope for growth. The addition of a well-respected range of rigid haulers extends the earthmoving options for customers involved in light mining applications at a time of renewed confidence in the sector. The addition of TEL’s articulated hauler range will enhance our position in this segment, particularly in high-growth markets. We believe that the Motherwell facility and its global team members, as well as the current distribution partners, are valuable to the success of the business in the future.” For more information, call 203/222-7170 or visit www.terex.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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1996 CASE 1838, STK# CU3698, 63” SMOOTH BKT, FAIR TIRES, JUST SERVICED, 1395 HRS ....$9,900 1982 CASE 580D, STK# CU3696, 2WD, OROPS, STD. HOE W/24” BKT, CASE CONTROLS, 4001 HRS ...... ........................................................................................................................................................$10,000 2007 CASE 580M, STK# CE4360, 2WD, OROPS, KENT HAMMER, 579 HRS ................................$54,500 2012 TAKEUCHI TB250, STK# KA0894, OROPS, ANGLE BLADE, POWERTILT SWINGER, 36” BKT, FACTORY WARRANTY, 379 HRS ..............................................................................................................$51,500 2008 TAKEUCHI TB175, STK# KA0753, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, QUICK COUPLER, 24” BKT, GOOD TRACKS, 1224 HRS ......................................................................................................................................$63,500 2009 HYUNDAI ROBEX 160 LC-7A, STK# CU3604, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, 24” SHOES, HYD. THUMB, 42” BKT, 1494 HRS ......................................................................................................................................$82,500 2010 KUBOTA KX057, STK# KU0507, OROPS, ANGLE BLADE, HYD. THUMB, 24” BKT, 949 HRS$48,500 2010 KUBOTA KX080-3, STK# KU0513, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, ANGLE BLADE, HYD. THUMB, QUICK COUPLER, 36” BKT, 979 HRS................................................................................................................$76,500 2012 KUBOTA U25, STK# KU0610, FACTORY WARRANTY UNTIL 12/27/13, OROPS, QUICK COUPLER, 262 HRS ................................................................................................................................................$26,000 2008 TAKEUCHI TL130, STK# CU3655, OROPS, BRAND NEW TRACKS, 67” SMOOTH BKT, 1370 HRS ...... ........................................................................................................................................................$22,500 2007 MUSTANG MTL25, STK# CU3674, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, 80” SMOOTH BKT, GOOD TRACKS, NO DENTS, 1112 HRS ..........................................................................................................................$32,000 2003 DEERE 260 II, STK# CU3651, OROPS, SMOOTH BKT, FAIR TIRES, VERY LOW HRS, 869 HRS ........ ........................................................................................................................................................$13,500 2001 CAT 226, STK# RM8086, OROPS, 67” DIRT BKT, EXTRA SET OF SOLIT TIRES, 1876 HRS $13,500 2011 TAKEUCHI TB1140, STK# KA0888, A/C, HYD. THUMB, 36” BKT, FACTORY WARRANTY TIL 2/27/14, 658 HRS ......................................................................................................................................$109,500 2011 TAKEUCHI TW65, STK# KA0861, LOOKS NEW, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, 71” BKT W/BOCE, WARRANTY TIL 2/27/14, 257 HRS ....................................................................................................................$55,000

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Equipment Located in Pennsylvania & West Virginia.

2007 JLG 460SJ TELESCOPIC BOOM LIFT ID# 270539, SMU 1741, 46’ ELEVATED PLATFORM HEIGHT, 41’ HORIZONTAL OUTREACH, ARTICULATING JIB 6’, 36X96” SIDE ENTRY PLATFORM, 180 DEGREE HYD PLATFORM ROTATOR, 500 LB PLATFORM CAPACITY, OTR TIRES @ 1741 HRS 90%...$38,000

2008 CAT 938H WHEEL LOADER ID# UT12908, SMU 4338, EROPS, A/C, GP BKT, RADIO, RIDE CONTROL, AUTO SHIFT, WHEEL STEERING, TIRES @ 4305 HRS 95%...$120,000

2008 CAT 321DLCR HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR ID# UT13592, SMU 3957, A/C, AUX HYDRAULICS, COMBINED FUNCTION HYDRAULICS, HYD CPLR, BUCKET, UC 75-99%...$118,000

2007 CAT 328DLCR HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR ID# UT13097, SMU 4049, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, RADIO, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER, BUCKET, COLD WEATHER STARTER, UC @ 4040 HRS, 34” SHOES 85%, LINKS 80%, BUSHINGS 70%, SEGMENTS 80%, IDLERS 70%, ROLLERS 80%, CARRIER ROLLERS 70%...$195,000

2009 JCB 190 HF SKID STEER LOADER ID# UT13418, SMU 1903, CAB, ELEC CONTROL FOR IMPLEMENTS, HIGH FLOW, BUCKET, SAMSON TIRES @ 1888 HRS 90%...$22,000

2003 CAT 735 ARTICULATED TRUCK ID# UT12922, SMU 7605, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, 26.5R25 TIRE @ 7194HRS, RF 24% LF 18%, RR1 10%, RR2 22%, LR1 26%, LR2 29%...$250,000

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2011 CAT 420E IT BACKHOE LOADER ID# UT13257, SMU 2632, TIER III C4.4 ENGINE, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, AIR RIDE SEAT, 4X4, RIDE CONTROL, AUX HYD, IT GP FRONT BUCKET, EXTENDABLE STICK, REAR COUPLER, REAR BUCKET, HYDRAULIC THUMB, TIRES @ 2633HRS, RF 0% REMAINING, LF 37%, RR 67%, LR 85% ...$71,000

2011 CAT 299C MULTI-TERRAIN LOADER ID# UP13533, SMU 726, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, HEATER, 2-SPEED TRAVEL, STANDARD FLOW, BUCKET, 18IN SHOES 70% @ 746 HRS...$57,000

2008 CAT 330DL HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR ID# UT13477, SMU 10371, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, AUX HYDRAULICS, HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER, BUCKET, UC @ 10,218 HRS, 31.5IN SHOES 65%, BUSHINGS 40% NOT TURNED, SEGMENTS 40%, IDLERS 70%, ROLLERS 75%, CARRIERS 55% ...$130,000

2010 CAT 305CCR MINI EXCAVATOR ID# UT13213, SMU 1258, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC, COMBINED FUNCTION HYDRAULICS, SWING BOOM, LONG STICK, MANUAL QUICK COUPLER, BUCKET, PLUMBED FOR HAMMER, UC @ 1194 HRS, AVG 60%...$48,000

2008 CAT 775F OFF HIGHWAY TRUCK ID# UP12313, CAB, A/C, DUAL SLOPE HEATED DUMP BODY, TIRES @ 10940 HRS, RF 74%, LF 65%, RR1 91%, RR2 90%, LR1 94%, LR2 90%..$527,000

1997 CAT 14H MOTOR GRADER ID# UP12196, SMU 11379, TIER I 3306 ENGINE, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, ENGINE HEATER, MULTI SHANK RIPPER, SNOW PROTECTION, PUSH BLOCK, 20.5R25 TIRES @ 11379HRS, FRONTS 58-66%, REARS 46-58%...$215,000


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PARTS 1.855.545.0267 EXT. 2 ClevelandBrothers.com ARM

CAB, EROPS

CATERPILLAR, 953C, Used, 8G4021/31702 CATERPILLAR, 980C, Used, 9V6026/3062

CATERPILLAR, 988G, New, 1289664/29291 CATERPILLAR, D11N, Used, 7T0973/33845 CATERPILLAR, 953C, Used, 1101397/32316 CATERPILLAR, D10, Used, 3T8106/36149

AXLE

CATERPILLAR, 992C,992D, Used, 1V5906/28594 CATERPILLAR, 980H, Rebuilt, 2327558/34667 CATERPILLAR, 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725386/34668 CATERPILLAR, 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725385/34669 BLADE, ANGLE

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

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

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

CATERPILLAR, 375, Used, 1056205/36608 BRAKE GRP

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

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

CAB, OTHER

CATERPILLAR, 375,375L, Used, 1082517/33834

NEW LISTINGS CATERPILLAR, D8R, D8T, Used, PA140VS/43239 DIFFERENTIAL

CATERPILLAR, 836C, Used, 1452440/3212 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Used, 4V1073/31078 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Used, 3V4030/31079 CATERPILLAR, 631, Rebuilt, 4D5730/2996 CATERPILLAR, 836, Rebuilt, 1367631/3203 ENGINES, CAT

CAB, ROPS

CATERPILLAR, 980C, Used, 8V8914/28500 COUNTERWEIGHT

CATERPILLAR, 980G,980G II, Used, 1146030/28593 CATERPILLAR, D8R, Used, 6Y0610/34142 CATERPILLAR, 962G, Used, 2318853/36042 CATERPILLAR, D10T, Used, 2235568/39840 COUPLER/QUICK COUPLER

CATERPILLAR, 420E, Used, 2227379/36938 CATERPILLAR, 345,350, Used, 1728478/43341 CATERPILLAR, 416C, Used, 1613241/43745 CYLINDER, BOOM/LIFT

CATERPILLAR, D5B,D5B LGP,D5S,D6D, Used, 7J8302/3097 CYLINDER, OTHER

CATERPILLAR, 988B,988F, Rebuilt, 4T6792/31244 CATERPILLAR, 657E,657G, Used, 9T4974/3170

CATERPILLAR, 740, Used, 1537076/28643 CATERPILLAR, 980G, Rebuilt, 2023123/35618 CATERPILLAR, 962G, Rebuilt, 1168671/34551 CATERPILLAR, 769D, Rebuilt, 1230206/32272 CATERPILLAR, 16, Used, D343/40879 CATERPILLAR, 375L, Used, 1344137/33644 SULLAIR, 15 KW, Used, 2681384/28541 CATERPILLAR, 345B, Used, 1382001/37356 CATERPILLAR, CS-563C, Used, 1117717/36108 CATERPILLAR, 773D, Used, 1314877/40903 ENGINES, OTHER

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

EQUALIZER BARS

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

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

CATERPILLAR, 5130, Used, 1072940/326 CATERPILLAR, 5130, Used, 1423698/32887

STICK

CATERPILLAR, 375L,375, Used, 1096159/36610 TORQUE CONVERTERS

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

CATERPILLAR, D6R LGP, Used, 1080157 & 1080158 CATERPILLAR, D6D, Used, 9S8255/38667 CATERPILLAR, D8R, Used, 9W6494/34141

HAMMER/BREAKER - HYDRAULIC

CATERPILLAR, 318,320, Used, 1123404/43343 RIPPER

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

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

TRANSMISSIONS

CATERPILLAR, D10,D10L, Rebuilt, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR, D10,D10L, Used, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 5M7987/36604 CATERPILLAR, 641,651, Rebuilt, 7M5925/3254 CATERPILLAR, 988B, Rebuilt, 9W0782/32318 CATERPILLAR, 924G, Rebuilt, 1402772/27097 CATERPILLAR, D4E, Used, 3T4758/3234 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Used, 3P6809/33473 CATERPILLAR, D8N, Rebuilt, 8E4565/43240 CATERPILLAR, 930G,938G, Used, 2348866/32134 CATERPILLAR, 951C, Used, 2P2040/2963 WINCH

CATERPILLAR, 769D, Rebuilt, 230206/32272

CATERPILLAR, 773D, Used, 1314877/40903

CATERPILLAR, D6N LGP, Used, 1914932/39599 & 39600

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CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 31E3778/37027 CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 31E1067/36601


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C&H Paving Consistently Keeps Air Void Rates Low By Katie Pullen

PT240 pneumatic tire compactor 99 hp/20,525 lb. (73.8 kw/ 9,310 kg) unballasted and a CASE DV213 130 hp /28,718 lb. (97 kw/ 13,026 kg) double-drum vibratory roller. Cranford uses all three on most projects in a sequence A high percentage of air voids in hot mix asphalt projects designed for optimal compaction. The process typically ultimately contribute to flaws in roadways. Thompson, Ga., begins with the DV213 serving as a “breakdown roller” and based C&H Paving excels at consistently keeping air voids performing the initial vibratory compaction with two passes. to a minimum. Whether repaving existing county roads or The PT240 then compacts the mat, and the DV210 rounds building new highways, C&H Paving has found the right out the process to achieve the final smooth finish of the roadcombination of compacting equipment with two doubleway. drum vibratory rollers and a pneumatic tire roller. C&H The PT240 roller plays an important role, helping achieve Paving attributes much of the successful void rates to the perconsistent asphalt density. The tire configuraformance of the pneumatic tire roller — a tion (four in front, four in back) with 2-in. (5.1 PT240 from Case Construction Equipment — cm) tire overlap provides 78-in. (198.1 cm) of and its ability to alter its operating weight compaction width. Cranford said the rubberthrough a combination of ballasts to meet the tired roller essentially “kneads” the hot mix requirements for each individual job. asphalt gently at the surface as it rolls across it The results: The Georgia Department of with its weight. The result is greater asphalt Transportation (DOT) requires air voids to be density and fewer possibilities for voids that less than six percent of the final mix. Prior to can lead to flaws and deterioration. implementing the new Case roller train, it was “The DOT is rough on you for having not uncommon for the company to pass tests voids,” said Cranford. “They want to make with ratings in the range of five percent. C&H sure your voids are below six percent. It seems Paving now regularly passes those tests with that big rubber tire roller to me is what helps ratings in the three and four percent range — more than anything.” some of the best ratings in the state of Georgia. Pneumatic tire rollers rely on sheer weight to perform compaction and, in the case of the Controlling Quality PT240, that weight can be altered to tailor perC&H Paving serves a range of customers formance to the job at hand. When setting up in the public and private sector throughout the machine, operators can adjust the ballast Georgia, and works in conjunction with its own and the inflation of the tires to allow the roller asphalt plant (BCI Inc.) to ensure quality and to conform to the surface being paved. This productivity. C&H Paving also handles roadflexibility also helps simplify Cranford’s building projects providing everything from equipment needs (and associated site clearing and preparation to the finished owning/operating costs), as he can now perroadway. Whether repaving existing county roads or building new highways, C&H Paving “Benji [Cranford, owner of C&H Paving] is has found the right combination of compacting equipment with two double- form tasks with one machine that previously not like many others because he’s vertically drum vibratory rollers and a pneumatic tire roller. see C&H page 68

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integrated,” said David Johnson, sales representative of Border Equipment Company. “He has full control over the product from beginning to end. He has full confidence in the quality of the asphalt, so he can focus on the laying technique on site. And he has full control over scheduling and asphalt production, which makes him extremely flexible to respond to the needs of his customers.” After exploring new compactor options in 2012, C&H Paving added a Case DV210 99 hp/22,928 lb. (73.8 kw/ 10, 400 kg) double-drum vibratory roller to its equipment fleet. Based on the compactor’s performance it later added the

Georgia DOT testing samples showed that C&H Paving was able to consistently keep air voids below six percent — and often — tests showed void ratings between three and five percent.

After exploring new compactor options in 2012, C&H Paving added a Case DV210 (99 hp/22,928 lb.) double-drum vibratory roller to its equipment fleet.


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Annual Southern Farm Show in N.C. to Be Held in Feb. With agriculture the number one industry in North Carolina, it’s not surprising that the annual Southern Farm Show, scheduled for Feb. 5 to 7 at the N.C. State Fairgrounds, is the largest trade show held in the state. What may be surprising, is that the show also is an important event for construction equipment manufacturers. “Construction equipment in the show has evolved over a number of years,” said David Zimmerman, show manager. “At one point, the farm equipment manufacturers that also make construction equipment figured out that many show guests were in the construction business, so they started bringing construction equipment. The other manufacturers then caught on, and started exhibiting as well.” Several factors bring the construction professionals to the show. One is that many farmers also do grading and excavating work on the side, and many contractors also do a little farming. Another is that there is some crossover on equipment that both professions use. Zimmerman said there is yet another reason people come to the show. “A large number of people in construction grew up on a farm, and many of them grew up coming to the show. It’s a tradition for them to come every year.” Taking over the entire fairgrounds, the show has plenty of room for equipment. Construction manufacturers on display will include Caterpillar, New Holland, John Deere, Hyundai, JCB, Case, Takeuchi, Manitou, Yanmar, Toyota, Volvo, Gehl, Rammax and Kubota. There also will be a large selection of implements, hydraulic services, and other companies catering to the construction contractor. For more information call (800) 849-0248 or visit www.SouthernFarmShow.com (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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Kobelco Construction Machinery plans to build an American factory as early as 2015 to meet growing demand for equipment used in real estate development and shale gas production. The wholly owned Kobe Steel subsidiary will spend at least $9.6 million on the new plant, which will make such equipment as excavators as well as some parts. The facility will have an annual production capacity of 2,000 to 3,000 units. Since 2002, Kobelco had outsourced construction machinery sales in the United States and Europe to CNH Global of the Netherlands. But the partnership was terminated at the end of last year because Kobelco’s American market share had declined sharply. The Japanese firm began building up its U.S. sales network at the start of the year. It has signed sales agent contracts with about 50 companies nationwide so far. Sales in the U.S. are projected to double to roughly 800 units this year. Kobelco hopes to boost U.S. sales to 2,000 units in 2015 by adding another 10 or

so agents to its network, aiming to take a 10 percent share of the United States market. By launching local production, it expects to offer more price competitive products that fit customers’ preferences. Kobelco does not make large excavators used in mines, specializing instead in small and midsize models used at construction sites and other locations. Its products are known for good fuel efficiency. Once the new plant goes online, the company may ship products from the United States to Chile, Colombia and other South American markets. Kobe Steel and U.S. Steel expanded its automotive steel sheet plant in the United States earlier this year. In addition to boosting output of construction machinery in that country, the Kobe Steel group intends to strengthen other fields expected to grow on the back of the shale gas boom, including machinery for plastic manufacturers and steel mills that use natural gas. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

I-49 Set to Divert Traffic From Treacherous U.S. 71, Save Lives TEXARKANA, Ark. (AP) The head of a coalition that supports the construction of a controlled access highway through western Arkansas said the roadway should be built soon so travelers can be safer and the region can enjoy greater economic development. Curt Green said in a story published in the Texarkana Gazette on Nov. 25 that Interstate 49 is needed “for commerce, economic development, hurricane evacuation, national defense and national security.’’ He also said the roadway would be safer than the winding U.S. 71, which links southern and northern Arkansas on the state’s western side. “Highway 71 is considered a most dangerous road,’’ Green, from Texarkana, Texas, and the president of the I-49 International Coalition, told members of the Arkansas Senate and House Joint Transportation Committee. “I do not know anyone in Texarkana, Ark., who has not lost someone on 71. It’s a very bad highway.’’ Green, who also owns the commercial real estate firm Curt Green & Company LLC, said he still remembers a bumper stick-

er that reflected the concern about the highway’s safety. The bumper sticker read, “I travel U.S. 71 in Arkansas. Pray for me,’’ Green said. Green said current work on Interstate 69 and U.S. 59 in Texas will turn Texarkana into more of an economic hub and that I-49 is needed to move goods farther north. “Having 69 ending right here in Texarkana will mean cargo coming in from Harlingen and Corpus Christi,’’ he said. “This will mean that we are going to be dumping a tremendous amount of traffic and cargo to Texarkana.’’ Portions of I-49 are already complete in Arkansas, Louisiana and Missouri, though in Arkansas the sections are known as I-540 and I-549. When complete, the four-lane highway will connect New Orleans and Winnipeg, Manitoba. Green said the I-49 project is 80 percent complete but additional funds are needed to make the entire roadway a reality. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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ConExpo 1996 Las Vegas, Nevada Global Thinking at ConExpo ’96 Leads to a World of Ideas This ConExpo article was published in Construction Equipment Guide (CEG) in March 20, 1996, just prior to the show. This and other ConExpo articles to follow will be part of a continuing series that take a look back at ConExpos past through the reporting of CEG. We hope you enjoy these retros as much as we did searching for them deep in our archives. ConExpo-Con/AGG ’96 to be held March 20 to 26, 1996, in Las Vegas expects 25 percent of the approximately 100,000 show attendees to arrive from outside the United States. Billed as a World of Ideas, the show will draw attendees from more countries than any other exposition in the western hemisphere in 1996 for the construction,

aggregates and ready mixed concrete industries. “The show will definitely have a greater international flavor than either the 1993 ConExpo or the 1994 Con/AGG show in the past and that is a direct reflection of the growing global business community,” said Dennis Slater, exposition director. This is the first time that ConExpo and Con/Agg will be combining efforts to produce one show. “By attending ConExpo-Con/AGG ’96, international attendees will be exposed to companies and products that they might not have otherwise seen by attending either show separately. The show will provide a cost-effective opportunity for foreign buyers to purchase goods from not only U.S. manufacturers, but from other manufacturers and suppliers from every corner of the globe.” Con-Expo/ConAGG ’96 is one of 22 U.S. trade shows selected by the U.S. Department of Commerce to participate in its Foreign Buyer program. In addition, it is the only construction-related show to have been selected to participate in this prestigious government-sponsored program. The U.S. Department of Commerce recorded the highest number of organized foreign delegations attending any trade show at ConExpo in 1993. Organizers of ConExpoCon/AGG ’96 expect an even greater international turnout.


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As a result of the designation, ConExpo-Con/AGG ’96 will be promoted through U.S. embassies and consulates around the world, which will expedite registration for those wanting to attend the show. At the show, the U.S. Department of Commerce will assist show management in the operation of an International Business Center (IBC) to help match foreign buyers with exhibiting U.S. companies. Overseas attendees will also have the opportunity to register their buying interests or intentions to represent other manufacturers as a distributor through the IBC and the lists will be made available to U.S. exhibitors. “The IBC is a tremendous benefit for foreign attendees because we want to make it as easy as possible to match prospective buyers and sellers,” said Peter Vlahos, director of sales and operations for ConExpo-Con/AGG ’96. Participation in the Foreign Buyer Program also makes it easier and more convenient for international attendees to travel to the show. U.S. embassies in many countries have agreed to help organize delegations and assist interested buyers in making travel arrangements to attend the show. While at the show, international attendees have the opportunity to participate in five educational seminars that will be simultaneously translated into German, French and Spanish. Attendees can also participate in 75 additional sessions covering over 50 different topics from technological advancements to management skills and personal development. After the tradeshow floor closes, attendees can take advantage of the famous Las Vegas nightlife, which includes casinos, fine dining and shows by some of the biggest names in show business. Most of the hotels are also located near the world-famous “Sunset Strip.” Those wanting to take a break from the city and convention can drive or take a bus to a number of nearby attractions including the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Death Valley and numerous golf courses.

“To further simplify registration, international attendees registering by phone will be able to speak their native language because ConExpo-Con/AGG ’96 registration is staffed with people fluent in several languages,” said Vlahos. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG Coming next issue: ConExpo Ushers in a new Millennium.


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JACKSON, Miss. (AP) A national research group said Dec. 9 that 28 percent of Mississippi roads are in poor or mediocre condition and 22 percent of bridges in the state need to be repaired, improved or replaced. “The numbers here in Mississippi add up to trouble,’’ said Frank “Rocky’’ Moretti, director of policy and research of The Road Information Program, or TRIP, a Washingtonbased nonprofit group. Its board is largely made up of people in the road-building business. Moretti spoke Dec. 9 to the state House Transportation Committee, which is looking at ways to stretch state dollars to pay for construction and maintenance of highways and bridges. During the three-month session that starts in January, legislators could propose changes to the state tax of 18 cents a gallon on gasoline and diesel fuel. The fuel tax was last increased in 1987, when lawmakers enacted a massive program to expand the system of fourlane highways. Since then, road building costs have increased and many drivers are using less fuel because vehicles are more efficient. The state fuel tax isn’t providing enough money to keep

up with maintenance and construction, said Max Arinder, director of the Joint Legislative Committee on Performance Evaluation and Expenditure Review. “We’ve got a disconnect between needs and revenue,’’ Arinder said. PEER, a legislative watchdog group, is studying the state’s transportation system and plans to release a report to lawmakers in January, Arinder said. Legislators in 2014 will be in the third year of a four-year term. While some have said they oppose any tax increases, others have said they’re willing to consider whether the fuel tax should be restructured. Some states have a variable tax rate that is based on the price of gasoline or diesel fuel. Some have a fuel tax rate that varies to keep up with inflation. House Transportation Committee Chairman Robert Johnson, D-Natchez, said that considering a change in the fuel tax might be simpler in 2014 than during the 2015 election year. “Anytime you ask for more money in an election year, it makes it very difficult,’’ Johnson said. “But I will remind you that the ’87 Highway Program was passed in an election year.’’ (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Linder Industrial Machinery Hits Milestone Adapting to Changes in Marketplace: Equipment Distributor Celebrates 60 Years, Looks to Future By Eric Olson

Coughlin said. “We have taken a different approach with our products in that we find it is most advantageous to have specialists and support a certain product in more of a targeted way rather than hopping between different brands and different models. We think this is a better way to support our customers and the products we sell to them.”

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Successful companies, particularly those remaining few that manage to stay successful for decades or more, are like living organisms — kept alive and thriving by their ability to adapt to changes in the environment, or marketplace, in which they exist. That is abundantly evident in the case of Linder Industrial Machinery. The equipment distributor and service company, based in Plant City, Fla., is celebrating 60 years in business right now not by congratulating itself on its past, but working to ensure its continued success in the future. One of the Southeast’s Top Firms Linder evolved from modest beginnings in the 1950s to being recognized today as one of the country’s top equipment dealerships, with locations throughout Florida and the Carolinas, according to the company. As part of its continued evolution, Linder has adopted the policy of identifying the wants of its customers before adding product lines or services, such as it did in 1975, when it became the exclusive dealership of Komatsu in Florida. The resulting partnership between Linder and Komatsu has become a very lucrative asset for contractors in the southeastern U.S. And the practice of listening closely to its customer has also grown to become Linder’s corporate philosophy. “I see it as being customer concentric,” said John Coughlin, Linder’s president since 2010. “It is listening to them and finding out what their specific needs and goals are and what they are trying to achieve because it is impossible for any company without that inside knowledge to really succeed today.” “We want to know how we can be a better resource and value to that customer,” he said. “It is absolutely critical first to sit down and develop a relationship and understanding. Our core strength comes from that close understanding and how we can become more of an essential component in the value that they are trying to sell to their clients.” Although Komatsu has become Linder’s main line of equipment, the firm has brought on other product lines such as Wirtgen, Midland, Entryre and Genesis, to name but a few. Just recently, Linder added Konecranes forklifts along with Atlas and Mantsinen material handlers to its lineup. Parts and Service Are Upgraded Linder has placed an emphasis in the last few years on upgrading the service side of its business in response to conversations with customers. Coughlin acknowledged that with the stresses on the equipment marketplace in the last several years, it has been very challenging for companies like Linder to survive, much less remain in a profitable position. “Obviously, we have had to adjust to the market, but I would say over the past four years we have experienced a significant amount of growth and improvement in our facilities and our people — especially in product support,”

In 1953, P. Scott Linder co-founded Linder, Cox, and Company with James Cox. In 1954, James Cox sold his interest in the company to Scott Linder, and in 1956 the name of the company was changed to Linder Industrial Machinery Company.

John Coughlin, president of Linder since 2010.

A Higher Level of Care One example of Linder’s strong partnerships with itsmanufacturers can be found in the range of services offered through its Komatsu line. Both Komatsu CARE and KOMTRAX are two maintenance solutions developed to give customers expert care for their machines. Komatsu CARE is a complete service and advanced product support system offered to customers throughout the life of their equipment, while KOMTRAX is both a wireless equipment monitoring system and a secure, web-based application for reviewing performance and maintenance data that KOMTRAX collects and sends to customers. Coughlin said that the ease of bringing KOMTRAX to his customers has been by educating them on the benefits they can accrue through this service. He added that this is where a well-trained Linder specialist can help. “The development of specialists in specific segments has been a major benefit to our customer,” Coughlin said. “Komatsu introduced the intelligent machine control system, which runs the blade automatically on a dozer. “Certainly it does take someone with engineering skills to be able read CAD drawings, as well as someone who is very computer literate and can pull the client prospective into play. We provide customers with a specialist who can intertwine all those components to show them how these services can be used to, say, reduce their costs of running a piece of equipment on a job and to be able to achieve a grade that’s precise to their plan.” Linder has continued to develop its business in direct correlation to customers needs, Coughlin said. He characterized the evolution of rental demand from a combination of customer input and a corporate recognition of which benefits can better serve their needs. “In the past, we rented equipment in a very generic fashion,” Coughlin said, “but now we have a specific division that focuses on the rental market through ‘Komatsu Rents’ and they have become a huge asset to our customers.” Linder’s used equipment division is another example of providing what the customers are looking for. The demand for low hour equipment is very strong. Through the trade-in and Komatsu Remarketing resources, Linder maintains a very large inventory. Through Linder’s eParts Central service, customers can check the inventory, order their own parts, learn how quickly they can get these parts and find out what they cost. “As part of that, they have an option to check on the availability of used parts, too,” Coughlin said. “We have a division that focuses specifically on what those options are for a customer, including OEM [original equipment manufacturer] parts, where we provide options for all brands of equipsee LINDER page 38


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Key Members of Linder Management Team Contribute to Years of Success LINDER from page 37

ment for them.”

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Joe Seckinger

Sticking to Its Core Products Coughlin and his management team don’t feel the need to add new lines of equipment or new services just for the sake of being able to say that they offer everything the customers need. “Many dealers in the U.S. try to be all things to all people, but with past experience of other distributors, we have found that it is impossible to be in that position and be great at what we do,” he said. “I believe that the focus on the earthmoving and road building products that we sell and the specialist approach we employ has certainly given us a leg up on other companies that end up drifting away from their core products.” Key members of Linder’s management team with Coughlin include Bob Olejniczak, executive vice president of sales and marketing; Neil Thie, general parts manager; Ronnie Sims, general manager of Komatsu Rents; Floyd Kosinsky, senior product support manager; Brian Brennaman, used equipment manager; and Peggy Smith, CFO and senior vice president of finance. All of these professionals have led Linder to the see LINDER page 42

Peggy Smith, CFO and senior vice president of finance.

Bob Olejniczak, executive vice president of sales and marketing.

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Floyd Kosinsky, senior product support manager.


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point where, today, according to the company, they enjoy a stellar reputation and a solid basis for future growth. A Bright Future To achieve that growth, Coughlin and his team are in an expansionist mood. Future locations are planned in all three states Linder currently serves. They include a new 38,000 sq. ft. facility in Charlotte and a 26,000 sq. ft. office in Orlando, both slated to open in 2014. In addition, Coughlin said that other offices are planned for the Hilton Head, S.C., area and in Tallahassee, Fla. What does the next five to 10 years have in store for Linder? “Well, there is no question that we need to take a look at our footprint and how we can better serve the market in that existing footprint,� Coughlin said. “I think that the southeast’s ports are going to be a bigger focus and with more material coming in due to the Panama Canal

expansion the region’s infrastructure will have to grow and certainly our earthmoving and road building equipment will command a much higher demand.� After six decades in business, Coughlin feels that Linder has been able to establish a rock-solid reputation in the marketplace and everything they do in the future will be geared toward strengthening that standing. “Many of the contractors that we work with are working on projects further and further away from where they are based and I think that it is huge advantage for them as they can pick up the phone and deal with the same people at Linder that they were dealing with at their main location and still have access to our services,� Coughlin said. “Sixteen locations in three states covering the southeastern US. That is probably the most powerful statement that we can make to our customers.� (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Wacker Neuson Set to Hold Annual Trowel Challenge Wacker Neuson’s booth at World of Concrete will once again be a show destination for the industry’s fastest finishers. The sixth annual Wacker Neuson Trowel Challenge competition will take place during World of Concrete, Jan. 21 to 24, 2014, Las Vegas, Booth #O30145. The ride-on trowel challenge tests the operator’s entire range of speed and accuracy skills as they maneuver around an obstacle course that weaves throughout the 2,400 sq. ft. slab. Also this year at Wacker Neuson’s booth will be an additional slab so attendees not participating in the challenge can have more time to operate Wacker Neuson’s line of walk-behind and ride-on trowels. As safety continues to be a paramount concern for job sites, contractors can see how Wacker Neuson’s walkbehind trowels were built with safety in mind, according to the company. Wacker Neuson’s CT walk-behind line offers a design built to provide extra protection from an out of control spinning handle. When the operator lets go of the handle, a gyroscopic safety sensor detects the motion of the handle and stops the engine before the handle reaches a 45-degree rotation. This engages the gearbox brake which will stop the handle rotation within 270 degree rotation. This system protects the operator from being struck by a runaway handle, according to the manufacturer. Wacker Neuson’s booth at World of Concrete will once again be a show destination for the industry’s fastest finishers.

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

Wacker Neuson Offers Five-Year Trench Roller Warranty Wacker Neuson has announced a fiveyear bumper-to-bumper transferable warranty on its RT trench roller series. This warranty covers the entire machine, and because it is administered through Wacker Neuson’s warranty program, it stays with the machine no matter how many times it is resold within the five-year warranty period. The five-year bumper-to-bumper warranty is available for all RTx rollers sold in the United States and Canada starting Oct. 1, 2013. It covers all components except typical wear and maintenance items such as filters, etc. The machine’s serial number is registered through Wacker Neuson and will follow the machine from owner to owner. Any authorized and trained Wacker Neuson dealer in the United States and Canada will be able to support the warranty of these units for the full five years, regardless of location and owner generation. “This new warranty provides both rental dealers and contractors with peace of mind and much improved predictability of the life cost of the unit. In addition, there is the added benefit of increased resale value,” said Johannes Schulze Vohren, vice president and managing director, Wacker Neuson Corporation. “To be able to offer a full warranty to a buyer for an additional two or three

years depending on when the machine is sold out of the rental or the contractor’s fleet, is a huge advantage. Obviously, we have tremendous confidence in this machine to back it completely for five years.” When Wacker Neuson designed the modern day trench roller more than 20 years ago, it offered the industry a machine designed for reliability and job site protection. “Continuous innovation has always been an integral part of the Wacker Neuson corporate culture,” said Schulze Vohren, “Since the introduction of the original RT, numerous enhancements have been made to not only offer the best performing trench roller in the market, but also to offer the best available safety features. At Wacker Neuson we are very proud of the unmatched success and confidence the RT roller continues to enjoy in the market,” added Schulze Vohren. One of the most important innovations designed for the trench roller has been the infrared-remote control, called Smart Control, which was designed with safety in mind. The infrared technology requires the operator to maintain line-of-sight at all times, eliminating dangerous blind spots and keeping the job site and its workers better protected. Wacker Neuson’s trench rollers are

The five-year bumper-to-bumper warranty is available for all RTx rollers sold in the United States and Canada starting Oct. 1, 2013. It covers all components except typical wear and maintenance items such as filters, etc.

designed with a maintenance-free lower end that saves time, money and increases the units’ uptime. This maintenance-free lower end includes lifetime lubricated bearings and drive gears with lube free exciter gears, exclusive to Wacker Neuson. There is actually no oil that needs to be changed. The

roller also features a single piece body exciter motor which is a simpler and more durable design, according to the manufacturer. Most recently, the RT was designed as a two-in-one machine with a new flexible drum that can change the working width of the machine’s drum from 32 to 22 in. (81 to 55.8 cm). The easy to remove extensions have a central mounting system that protects the bolts from exposure to damage during operation. This is yet another advantage for rental dealers to get more out of their investment. Wacker Neuson’s articulated RT has become a job site mainstay for its durability and performance. The below the axle exciter in each drum allows for the more efficient transfer of compaction energy to the soil providing enhanced results. The compact design, low center of gravity, vibration speed and choice of high or low compaction force provide additional versatility making these units ideal for working in trenches and excavations, pipeline and backfill applications as well as compaction of sub bases for foundations, roads and parking lots. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Eagle 7500 Features Cat Tier III Diesel, GPS Compatibility Wheel trenchers provide the fastest method of open cut excavation, leaving behind a perfect trench with a fine spoil that can be discharged to either side of the machine, or loaded directly onto a truck. Trenchers and Equipment has been involved with the design and manufacture of wheel trenchers for more than 53 years. It introduced the first Eagle wheel trencher back in 1988, the model 4500. Trenchers and Equipment now has nine models available for all underground construction applications — pipeline, utility, cable, footings, irrigation, drainage and canal. The Eagle 7500 has a Cat Tier III diesel at 250 hp, electronically controlled hydraulic drives, is GPS compatible, has a 7 ft. (2 m) digging depth and 24 to 36 in. (61 to 91 cm) width cuts and weighs 56,000 lbs. (25,401 kg). For more information, call 909/6154037 or visit trenchersandequipment.com.

Trenchers and Equipment now has nine models available for all underground construction applications — pipeline, utility, cable, footings, irrigation, drainage and canal.

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

Underground Tools Manufactures Rock-Trenching Chains

Underground Tools Inc. manufactures heavy-duty rock trenching chains for all makes and models of trenchers; from pedestrian units up to the largest maxi-track trenchers. Specializing in large pitch K-style chains (L) and custom base plates for the most severe applications, UTI manufactures its chain with proprietary alloy steel.


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ICON Slide Rail Systems Offer Versatility for Contractors ICON slide rail systems give contractors versatility and options to help them shore everything from simple pits to elaborate excavations with utility problems, overhead clearance projects or difficult soil conditions. ICON is known as the original pioneer of this type of shoring system in the United States. The company’s slide rail shoring systems are made of high-yield, Grade 50 steel and are comprised of lineal panels, rails or posts and bracing. This allows contractors to install three or four sided pits and two sided trenches in a variety of excavations and soil conditions. Contractors can choose slide rails in single-, double- or triple-rail designs with either roller rail frames (struts) or fixed-position braces. Slide rail systems are used for the excavations of sewer lines, water mains, tunnel-access pits or shafts, tank installations, pump or lift stations, wet wells, manholes, junction boxes and many other uses.

ICON’s slide rail system is installed at the same time as a trench or pit is excavated. Installation of the slide rail system starts by excavating the trench to 4 ft. (1.2 m) deep. Next, workers install rails and plates to help square up the system. They continue to dig on the inside of the system to remove the excavated soil as needed. More panels and rails are then incrementally added using the “dig and push” method until the workers reach the required subgrade. “The dig-and-push installation method eliminates the need for vibratory hammers and can boost production by more than 50 percent,” said David Crandall, vice president of ICON. “And best of all in these tough times, labor costs will go down by 30 or 40 percent compared to conventional sheeting. “When it comes time to tight sheet a pit or trench on a deep excavation and you’re in a heavily congested area, slide rail systems make the perfect solution.

ICON’s slide rail shoring systems are made of high-yield, Grade 50 steel and are comprised of lineal panels, rails or posts and bracing.

Installation of the system is accomplished without a vibratory hammer which causes significantly less damage to nearby utilities or buildings. Using a slide rail system instead of wood or driven steel

sheeting also gives you more internal working room from wall to wall without the need for inside waler beams.” Other installation benefits of ICON slide rail system include but

are not limited to sheeting and shoring around existing or adjacent utilities. Larger structures or pipes that require an unobstructed pit or access bay for a trench can be easily accomplished by allowing the contractor to remove all cross bracing with a technique called rebracing of the system. For large and extremely deep jobs in excess of 30 ft. (9 m) in C60 soils conditions, contractors can make use of the triple slide rail systems. Environmental remediation projects can be often solved with ICON’s four-way rail system, which allows the contractor to install down the back side of the rail and continue excavating and shoring in all directions without removing the entire system to reinstall, according to the manufacturer. For more information about ICON Equipment, ICON Tunnel Systems and their products, call 800/836-5011 or visit www.iconjds.com or www.icontunnelsystems.com.


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Toro Expands Line With New RT600 Riding Trencher The Toro RT600 riding trencher is built to deliver smooth, consistent performance in tough digging conditions. The RT600 is the only trencher in its class using a flywheel, torsion shaft and planetary gear reduction system. The flywheel minimizes trencher stalls, the torsion shaft absorbs shock loads from the drive train, and the planetary gears multiply hydrostatic motor torque to provide increased trenching power. The Toro RT600 is equipped with a 65-hp (48.5 kW), Cummins B3.3 4cylinder, liquid-cooled diesel engine. The dual hydrostatic system provides optimal performance for trenching and plowing. The RT600 also features fourwheel steering for maneuverability and incorporates crab steering for improved handling on slopes, according to the manufacturer.

The Toro RT600 is equipped with a 65-hp (48.5 kW), Cummins B3.3 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled diesel engine. The RT600 also features four-wheel steering for maneuverability and incorporates crab steering for improved handling on slopes.

“The new RT600 is both powerful and versatile,” explained Josh Beddow, product marketing manager of Toro underground equipment. “The Toro-exclusive planetary gear reduction system delivers trenching productivity that you’d expect to see from a much larger machine.” In addition to the heavyduty trencher, optional backhoe loader, rock saw and vibratory plow attachments also are available. The unit also comes with a standard six-way backfill blade with ground-following float functionality. The operator platform is open for great visibility and the RT600 has a pivoting, suspended seat to ensure operator comfort for all day productivity. For more information, visit www.toro.com/underground. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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You can have comfort without compromising durability. Bobcat® Roller Suspension™ provides a more comfortable ride by suspending the track rollers on tough, steel leaf springs. The system conforms to the terrain and absorbs bumps and vibrations at the ground where they start. Our all-steel construction stands up to extreme heat, harsh cold and contact with coarse materials – maximizing your uptime and reducing costly repairs. Visit your local Bobcat dealer for more information.

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CB14B Utility Roller Designed for Asphalt Compaction Caterpillar Inc.’s CB14B utility roller is designed for compaction of asphalt and other granular materials. The CB14B is a 1.5 ton (1.3 t) utility roller available with 35 or 39 in. (89 or 99 cm) tandem vibratory drums. Their size and weight make them highly mobile and easy to transport. Typical applications include bike paths, courtyards, patchwork, parking lots, driveways, town centers, trenches and shoulder work. Dual Drum-Drive and Vibratory System The CB14B’s dual drumdrive powertrain provides continuous full-drum traction on soft base materials, uneven surfaces, and steeper grades. Each drum is fitted with front and rear scrapers The that are springCB14B is a 1.5 ton loaded, retractable and (1.3 t) utility roller available with 35 or 39 in. (89 or 99 cm) self-adjusting, no tools tandem vibratory drums. required.

Operator Comfort The operating environment is designed for comfort and efficiency. Rubber mounts minimize vibration to the platform, seat and steering wheel, while the extensive legroom, sloped hood, adjustable seating, and ergonomic propel lever enhance performance and control. Pressurized Water Spray System The water spray system features a standard 26.4 gal. (100 L) water tank, corrosion-proof materials, extended-life water pump, and dual-filtering system. The pressurized system is equipped with four spray nozzles mounted over each drum for even coverage and an eight-position timer that allows the operator to adjust water flow and match job site conditions. Self-adjusting, retractable scrapers keep the drums clean for reliable performance in all types of applications. The large fill port makes refills fast and easy, while grouped drain ports simplify drainage from a single location. Hand removal of water filters, spray nozzles and spray bars make the system easy to clean and maintain. Easy Transport, Highly Maneuverable Articulated steering provides smooth, accurate control in confined areas, while the short machine length, retractable ROPS and high ground clearance, simplify transport on a variety of trucks and trailers. The CB14B’s minimal side clearance also provides optimal visibility and maneuverabil-

ity next to curbs and obstacles, while the low center of gravity delivers stability when operating in open areas or tight locations. Simple Service The operating platform and front engine hood both tilt up for easy access to components and routine service checks. Grouped fluid drains are easily accessible and remotely mounted to facilitate ecological draining. Engine and Cooling System The CB14B is equipped with the Kohler KDW 1003 3cylinder liquid cooled engine that delivers 22.5 hp (16.8 kW) of power @ 2,850 rpm and meets U.S. Tier IV Final emissions standards. The low engine speed promotes fuel efficiency and lower sound levels. The large cooling system provides efficient performance in normal and high ambient temperatures. An aluminum radiator offers corrosion resistance and reliability, while a large space between the cores provides efficient cooling and easy cleaning. Protection Against Vandalism The lockable fuel fill and engine compartment protect vital fluids, while a lockable, self-storing cover safeguards the instrument panel. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Vogele VF 500 Screed Pairs With 8-Ft. Vision Pavers The front-mount VF 500 screed from Vögele — introduced at World of Asphalt/AGG1 2013 in San Antonio — is designed for use with the 8-ft. (2.4 m) tracked Vision 5100-2 and wheeled Vision 5103-2 pavers. The VF 500 is the 8-ft. version of the 10ft. (3 m) VF 600 screed, introduced as the VF 600-2 at World of Asphalt 2012 in Charlotte. Also available for the 10-ft. tracked Vision 5200-2i and wheeled Vision 5203-2i pavers is the rear-mount VR 600 screed from Vögele. With front-mount screeds, extensions are bolted onto the front of the screed, permitting screed extension and retraction without trapping material — compared to rearmount screeds — allowing versatility on applications with varying requirements, such as parking lots with islands and light poles,

residential and city streets with storm sewers, gas and water mains, intersections on major highways, and county roads with multiple obstructions. Also, their short end-gates minimize required hand work. The new Vögele VF 500 extending screed is equipped with vibration across the full paving width, up to 15 ft. 6 in. (4.7 m). Its basic width is 8 ft., and it can be extended hydraulically up to 15 ft. 6 in. With bolt-on extensions fitted, it builds up to a maximum width of 21 ft. 6 in. (6.5 m). The screed is controlled easily and intuitively through Vögele’s ErgoPlus operating system, via two fixed consoles on the main screed and two remote control units. The display of the ErgoPlus console allows the screed operator to monitor both the left and the right side of the screed. Machine-related parameters such as vibration speed or auger

The front-mount VF 500 screed from Vögele is designed for use with the 8-ft. (2.4 m) tracked Vision 5100-2 and wheeled Vision 5103-2 pavers.

speed can be adjusted conveniently via the display of the screed console. An advanced electric screed heating system ensures uniform heat distribution all

over the screed plates, and short times required for heating. A three-phase generator is installed for constant and uniform heating of all compacting and smoothing elements. Excellent thermal insulation of the screed plates minimizes loss of heat. It also ensures that heating the screed to operating temperature takes a short time, even with the engine running at minimum rpm. The screed operator can select manual mode or automatic mode for conveyors and augers. Also very useful is the VF 500’s reversing auger rotation function, according to the manufacturer. For more information, call 615/501-0600 or visit www.wirtgenamerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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2010 Volvo DD24 Roller, 47" double drum vibratory, hydrostatic drive, double drum drive, water system, scrapers, Cummins 32 hp water cooled diesel engine, ROPS

2010 Marathon KERA260HD Crack Sealer, Marathon KERA260HD rubberized melting kettle for crack sealing and waterproofing, 260 gallon, 26hp diesel, dual burners, oil heated hose, 80cfm air compressor

JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT 1995 Blaw Knox PF 172B Paver, Omni IIIA screed 10-18 ft, John Deere diesel engine, propane burners, plumbed for grade & slope control

2000 Rosco Maximizer 3 Distributor, 2000 gallons, EZ3S computer w/1 ft cut-offs, diesel heat, 16 ft extending bar, Freightliner FL70 w/Cummins 5.9L diesel engine, 5 spd trans, 2 spd axle, air brakes, a/c, 33,000 GVW

Wilkesboro, NC 28697 336/973-8201 800/422-4193

Ashland, VA 23005 804/798-6001

Danville, VA 24540 434/822-6110

Burkeville, VA 23922 434/767-5578

Richmond, VA 23220 840/358-6776

Chester, VA 23831 804/748-9324

Winchester, VA 22602 540/667-9777

Mt. Gilead, NC 27306 910/439-5653 800/692-9175

Fishersville, VA 22939 540/337-3057

Asheville, NC 28806 828/667-0176

Asheboro, NC 27203 336/625-2212

Salem, VA 24153 540/380-2011

Charlotte, NC 28269 704/597-0211 800/532-6797

Salisbury, NC 28144 704/636-2671

Manassas Park, VA 20111 703/631-8500 South Hill, VA 434/447-1325

Greensboro, NC 27409 336/668-2762 800/632-0376

Matthews, NC 28104 704/821-7399 Rock Hill, SC 29730 803/325-1555 866/277-8119

Reynolds-Warren Equipment Company NEW Marathon HEPR36 Infrared Heater, walk behind infrared heater, 3 ft x 3 ft, 360,000 BTU

1998 Blaw Knox PF 3200 Paver, Ultimat 10-20 ft electric screed (2005 year model screed), power crown & slope, Cummins diesel engine, washdown hose & reel, plumbed for grade controls

3517 Wayne White Rd., Climax, NC 27233

www.reynoldswarren.com 1945 Forest Parkway Lake City, GA 30260 800/875-5659 404/361-1593


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Dynapac’s complete line of rollers and pavers combine years of experience with innovative thinking to make the job as fast, simple, and profitable as possible, from beginning to end. F1000 series pavers: • Cummins QSB 6.7 liter interim Tier 4 engine • North American styling featuring the lowest deck height in the industry at 63 inches • Easy to use control panel with one touch auto fill and cleaning modes CA2500-CA4000 single-drum vibratory rollers: • Static linear loads of 140-252 pli • Active bouncing control • Cummins or Deutz interim Tier 4 engine CP224, CP224W and CP274 pneumatic tired rollers: • Smooth start-stop system for directional changes • Wide-base tires • Air-on-the-run Built for maximum performance, ease of maintenance and lower total cost of ownership, Dynapac’s rollers and pavers will provide you with more Uptime by Design.

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Simpsonville, SC 864.963.5835

Covington, LA 985.893.3005

W. Columbia, SC 803.794.9340

Baton Rouge, LA 225.291.3750

Adairsville, GA 770.773.9857

Sulphur, LA 337.626.8503

Atlanta, GA 404.691.9445

Alexandria, LA 318.442.0455

Grovetown, GA 706.855.5440

Monroe, LA 318.343.8787

Braselton, GA 770.965.1889

Shreveport, LA 318.631.3090

Columbus, GA 706.687.3344

Broussard, LA 337.837.9481

Macon, GA 478.788.1586

Flint Equipment flintpower.com

James River Equipment jamesriverequipment.com

Albany, GA 229.888.1212

Charlotte, NC 704.597.0211

Perry, FL 850.584.9200

Greensboro, NC 336.668.2762

Tallahassee, FL 850.575.5600

Asheville, NC 828.667.0176

Aynor, SC 843.358.5688

Rish Equipment Co. rish.com

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Chesapeake, VA 757.485.2100

Birmingham, AL 205.591.2131

Chester, VA 804.748.6411

Decatur, AL 256.355.0305

Coeburn, VA 276.395.6901

Dothan, AL 334.678.1832

Bealeton, VA 540.439.0668

Grove Hill, AL 334.275.4158

Salem, VA 540.380.2090

Mobile, AL 251.457.8991

Staunton, VA 540.887.8291

Montgomery, AL 334.288.6580

Tractor & Equip. Co. tractor-equipment.com

Shoals Area, AL 256.383.5666

Tuscaloosa, AL 205.752.0621

Trekker Tractor, LLC trekkertractor.com

Panama City, FL 850.763.4654

West Palm Beach, FL 561.296.9710

Pensacola, FL 850.505.0550

Miami, FL 877.971.7070

Alabaster, AL 205.621.2489

Tampa, FL 813.341.4646

Anniston, AL 256.831.2440

Bonita Springs, FL 239.949.0100

Atlas Copco Construction & Mining atlascopco.us Pompano Beach, FL 855.DYNAPAC atlascopco.us/miami LaVergne, TN 615.641.3000 atlascopco.us/nashville Knoxville, TN 865.673.0344 atlascopco.us/knoxville


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GOMACO University Announces Upcoming 2014 School Year Schedule 

Getting GOMACO curb and gutter machines or pavers ready for the upcoming paving season and the next pour is the goal every year at GOMACO University. In 2014, it will once again be offering a full course schedule for GOMACO products and 3D stringless paving. The University has some new offerings, including introductory and advanced courses to better meet the needs of each student attending class in 2014. This year’s in-depth 3D class offerings include all three of the major 3D companies, including Leica Geosystems, Trimble and Topcon. The GOMACO University season begins in January and runs through April. The 2014 school year includes sessions on specific models of GOMACO equipment. The classes cover everything from machine setup to troubleshooting in both classroom lectures and actual hands-on shop time. New for 2014 are the Introductory or Advanced Curb and Gutter classes and TwoTrack and Four-Track Pavers classes. GOMACO University will once again offer specialized classes on 3D stringless paving. GOMACO University will offer Leica handheld/rover training covering the use of the rover and VIVA software, Leica LMGS software training, and Leica PaveSmart training. The University’s Trimble class covers the Trimble PCS900 software and paver setup and operation. Topcon training will include a class on the mmGPS solution for concrete paving, including machine operation, data collection and grade verification. A complete listing of what each course will cover is listed below. The classes will be taught by GOMACO’s 3D paving specialists and include both classroom time and actual hands-on experience in the shop with GOMACO pavers and 3D stringless control equipment and software. The 2014 schedule is listed below: GT-3600: Jan. 7 to 10 and Feb. 18 to 21 at the university. Class begins on Tuesday. A three-day course covering controls, setup, and operation of the GT-3600. Curb & Gutter (Advanced): Jan. 14 to 17, Jan. 28 to 31, Feb. 11 to 14, and March 11 to 14 at the university. Class begins on Tuesday. A three-day course covering maintenance and diagnostics for curb and gutter machines. Three-Track Commander III (Intro.): Feb. 4 to 7 and March 25 to 28 at the university. Class begins on Tuesday. A three-day course covering controls, setup and operation of the three-track Commander III. Four-Track Commander III: Jan. 21 to 24 at the university. Class begins on Tuesday. A three-day course covering the controls, four-track barrier and paver setup and operation, and paving to profilograph specifications. Trimmers: Jan. 28 to 31 and March 18 to 21 at the paving center. Class begins on Tuesday. A three-day course covering controls, setup and operation, maintenance and advanced





 

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diagnostics. Two-Track and Four-Track Pavers (Intro.): Jan. 14 to 17 and Feb. 18 to 21 at the paving center. Class begins on Tuesday. A three-day course covering controls, setup, operation, optional attachments (excluding the IDBI), and paving to profilograph specifications. Two-Track and Four-Track Pavers (Advanced): Feb. 4 to 7 and March 11 to 14 at the paving center. Class begins on Tuesday. A three-day course covering maintenance and advanced diagnostics. IDBI: Feb. 25 to 28 at the paving center. Class begins on Tuesday. A three-day course covering controls, setup, operation, maintenance, and diagnostics. GOMACO Leica Handheld/Rover Training: Jan. 6 to 7 and Feb. 10 to 11 at the paving center. February 24 to 25 at the University. Class begins on Monday. A two-day course covering use of the Leica handheld/rover with VIVA software. Basic grade checking, stakeout, volumes and areas, data import and export. GOMACO Leica LMGS Training: Jan. 8 to 9 and Feb. 12 to 13 at the paving center. February 26 to 27 at the university. Class begins on Wednesday. A two-day course covering use of Leica’s LMGS software for concrete slipform paving. Paving software and total station setup, maintenance, and operation will be covered along with some transitional training on PaveSmart 3D for mainline paving. GOMACO Trimble Training: March 19 to 20 at the university. Class begins on Wednesday. A two-day course covering the use of Trimble’s PCS900 software for concrete slipform paving. Including machine setup and operation, as well as use of Trimble’s data collection software. GOMACO Topcon Training: March 26 to 27 at the paving center. Class begins on Wednesday. A two-day course covering use of Topcon’s mmGPS solution for concrete paving. Including machine operation, as well as data collection/grade verification. GOMACO Leica PaveSmart Training: April 2 to 3 at the university. Class begins on Wednesday. A two-day course covering use of Leica’s PaveSmart 3D software for concrete slipform paving. Including software setup, maintenance, and operation, along with use on placer/spreaders and curb and gutter machines. Additional classes will be scheduled as required. GOMACO University was founded in the early 1970s and has taught more than 17,000 students from around the world the skills needed to successfully operate GOMACO’s line of concrete construction equipment. For more information, call 800/831-2320 or visit www.gomaco.com/university. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)









     Florida Ft. Myers • 239/337-1313 Jacksonville • 904/786-6710 Ocala • 352/629-7585 Orlando • 407/849-6560 Pembroke Pines • 954/433-2800 Plant City • 813/754-2727 West Palm Beach • 561/863-0570 

North Carolina Asheville • 828/681-5172 Charlotte • 704/376-7554 Greenville • 252/695-6200 High Point • 336/665-0110 Raleigh • 919/851-2030 Wilmington • 910/254-2031 South Carolina Columbia • 803/794-6150 Greer • 864/877-8962 North Charleston • 843/552-0095

Ashland, VA • 804/798-6001 Fishersville, VA • 540/337-3057 Richlands, VA • 276/596-9440 Salem, VA • 540/380-2011 Winchester, VA • 540/667-9777 www.JamesRiverEquipment.com

Knoxville, TN • 865/577-5563 LaVergne, TN • 615/213-0900 Chattanooga, TN • 423/894-1870 Kingsport, TN • 423/349-6111 Memphis, TN • 901/346-9800 Saltillo, MS • 662/869-0283

Alabama Birmingham • 205/591-2131 Alabaster • 205/621-2489 Anniston • 256/831-2440 Decatur • 256/355-0305 Dothan • 334/678-1832 Mobile • 251/457-8991 Montgomery • 334/288-6580 Shoals Area • 256/383-5666 Tuscaloosa • 205/752-0621 Florida Panama City • 850/763-4654 Pensacola • 850/505-0550 Georgia Atlanta • 404/366-0693 Albany • 229/435-0982 Augusta • 706/798-7777 Calhoun • 706/879-6200 Columbus • 706/562-1801 Hoschton • 706/654-9850 Kennesaw • 678/354-5533 Macon • 478/745-6891 Savannah • 912/330-7500 www.tractor-equipment.com




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THE NEW DYNAMIC EFFICIENCY W 210i WITH MORE THAN 60 NEW INNOVATIVE FEATURES More power with less fuel technology: PTS – Parallel to Surface WIDRIVE – New control solutions ISC – Intelligent speed control LEVEL PRO – Designed for the crew 3DS – Flexible application drum speed VCS – Environmentally friendly

W 210i Engine: Milling widths:

716 HP 6’ 7”; optional: combo and 7’ 3” Milling depth: 13” Operating weight, CE: 63,670 lbs

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The Worldwide Leader in Concrete Paving Technology

info@gomaco.com ❘ www.gomaco.com CONCRETE STREETS AND HIGHWAYS ❘ AIRPORT RUNWAYS ❘ CURB AND GUTTER ❘ SIDEWALKS RECREATIONAL TRAILS ❘ SAFETY BARRIER ❘ BRIDGE PARAPET ❘ BRIDGE DECKS ❘ IRRIGATION CANALS GOMACO CORPORATION IN IDA GROVE, IOWA, USA ❘ THE WORLDWIDE LEADER IN CONCRETE PAVING TECHNOLOGY ❘ 800-831-2320

FLAGLER CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, LLC www.flaglerce.com Davie, FL 954-581-4744 954-583-0318 (Fax) Ft. Myers, FL 239-481-8554 239-481-3302 (Fax)

COWIN EQUIPMENT CO.

TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.tractor-equipment.com

Birmingham, AL 205-841-6666 205-849-0853 (Fax)

Huntsville, AL 256-350-0006 256-355-5250 (Fax)

Mobile, AL 251-633-4020 251-633-9157 (Fax)

Oxford, AL 256-832-5053 256-831-4295 (Fax)

Calhoun, GA 706-879-6200

Montgomery, AL 334-262-6642 334-834-2272 (Fax)

Pensacola, FL 850-479-3004 850-474-1602 (Fax)

Hoschton, GA 706-654-9850 706-654-9856 (Fax)

Forest Park, GA Columbus, GA Albany, GA 404-366-0693 706-562-1801 229-435-0982 404-366-9688 (Fax) 706-562-9897 (Fax) 229-435-5259 (Fax) Macon, GA Pooler, GA 478-745-6891 912-330-7500 478-745-7291 (Fax) 912-330-7490 (Fax) Augusta, GA Kennesaw, GA 706-798-7777 678-354-5533 706-798-3237 (Fax) 678-354-5577 (Fax)

STOWERS MACHINERY CORPORATION www.stowerscat.com Knoxville Headquarters 865-546-1414

Kingsport 423-323-0400

Knoxville West 865-218-8800

Crossville 931-484-4040

Chattanooga 423-698-6943

Sevierville 865-595-3750


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Introducing 12 tons of stress relief

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

www.bomag-americas.com

THE COMPACTION EXPERTS

FORT MYERS 239-334-3627

ORLANDO 407-299-1212

MIAMI 305-592-5740

WEST PALM BEACH 561-848-6618

POMPANO BEACH PARTS 954-977-9541

NEW TAMPA 813-995-0841

SARASOTA PARTS 941-752-1300

TAMPA PARTS 813-621-4902

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POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY

REYNOLDS-WARREN COMPANY INC

3300 Alcoa Highway Knoxville, TN 37920 (865) 577-5563

1945 Forest Parkway Lake City, GA 30260 (800) 875-5659 (404) 361-1593

1487 Rock Springs Road Kingsport, TN 37664 (423) 349-6111 Highway 58 @153 Chattanooga, TN 37406 (423) 894-1870 1290 Bridgestone Pkwy LaVergne, TN 37086 (615) 213-0900 3050 Ferrell Park Cove Memphis, TN 38116-3502 (901) 346-9800 1545 Highway 45 Saltillo, MS 38866 (662) 869-0283 Wacker Neuson’s RD 16-90 has an operating weight of 3,274 lbs. (1,485 kg) and with both the front and rear drums in the vibration mode, it can produce up to 6,800 lbs. of total centrifugal force.

Wacker Neuson Rolls in Enhancements Wacker Neuson’s ride-on vibratory soil/asphalt rollers, the RD 12-90, RD 12A-90 and RD 16-90 offer a variety of enhancements to improve performance and operator comfort. RD 12 Series The RD 12 rollers offer a number of new features suggested by contractors. It starts with the elimination of overhang on the back of the machine. This was achieved by a redesigned frame and operator’s platform and the use of a pressurized water system. This new design provides added visibility for the operator and allows for the roller to get right to the edge of the asphalt for a complete and smooth finish. The RD 12-90 features Wacker Neuson’s 20.5-hp WM 650 engine and the RD 12-90A comes with an 20.3-hp Honda engine. Both models weigh 2,490 lbs. (1,129 kg) and have a 35.4in. (90 cm) wide drum width. These rollers offer 3,400 lbs. of centrifugal force in the front vibrating drum and the rear drum can be ballasted for additional weight if necessary. The RD 12 rollers offer hydrostatic drive with infinitely variable forward and reverse operation up to 5.4 mph (8.7 kmh), and even accelerations and stops for a smooth asphalt finish. These rollers also feature dual drum drive and articulated steering for accurate control.

Also contributing to the finish is a new pressurized water system, which allows for a more efficient and consistent water flow. The water pump timer is adjustable to eight positions, which allows the operator to better control the water flow, based on the asphalt conditions. Because this system is more efficient, the overall size of the water tank could be reduced, but the running time per tank of water has been increased, according to the manufacturer. Improved operator comfort including significantly reduced whole body vibration and quieter operation are additional advantages to the RD 12 rollers. Contractors will appreciate the more spacious operator platform and sloped hood for enhanced visibility. The roller continues to feature the userfriendly control panel and right hand forward and reverse lever with integrated vibration control for easy operation. The RD 12 series is ideally suited for compaction of level sub layers and finish layers on road repairs, driveways, parking lots and any asphalt surface. RD 16-90 Roller Also available in Wacker Neuson’s asphalt roller line is the larger RD 1690. This 1.5 ton (1.3 t) diesel-powered unit offers the same new features as the RD 12 series including the overall redesign to eliminate overhang, increased compaction performance,

pressurized water system and ergonomic enhancements. The CE-compliant RD 16 also offers additional features to enhance performance and operator comfort. The centrifugal force of the RD 16 has been increased 30-percent over previous models and offers thicker drums for additional weight, plus dual drum vibration for outstanding overall performance and a quality asphalt finish. The RD 16 also offers as standard a foldable rollover protection systems (ROPS) for easier transportation and storage, a rotating beacon light, working lights, horn and back up alarm. The ergonomic operator’s platform features a fully adjustable suspension operator’s seat for maximum comfort. Wacker Neuson’s RD 16-90 is powered by a 22.5 hp Kohler diesel engine. The unit has an operating weight of 3,274 lbs. (1,485 kg) and with both the front and rear drums in the vibration mode, it can produce up to 6,800 lbs. of total centrifugal force. The RD 16-90 is designed for compacting base and finish layers of asphalt as well as granular material in confined areas. It is ideal for applications such as parking lots, driveways and shoulder work. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

RISH EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.rish.com 917 Cavalier Blvd. Chesapeake, VA 23323 (757) 485-2100 (757) 485-3616 1410 West Hundred Rd. Chester, VA 23836 (804) 748-6411 133 Wise Mountain Rd. NW Coeburn, VA 24230 (276) 395-6901 Fax: (276) 395-3438 10214 Fayetteville Rd. Bealton, VA 22712 (540) 439-0668 Fax: (540) 439-0719 5731 Glenmary Drive Salem, VA 24153 (540) 380-4858 66 International lane Suite 102 Staunton, VA 24401 (540) 887-8291 Fax: (540) 887-8295

TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT COMPANY 5336 Messer-Airport Hwy Birmingham, AL (205) 591-2131 3820 Greensboro Ave. Tuscaloosa, AL (205) 752-0621 2100 East I-65 Service Rd. North Mobile, AL (251) 457-8991 800 Church St. N.E. Decatur, AL (256) 355-0305 3285 Selma Highway Montgomery, AL (334) 288-6580 243 South Jackson St. Grove Hill, AL (251) 275-4158 961 Hwy 20 & Elledge Lane Tuscumbia, AL (256) 383-5666 4307 Reeves Street Highway 431 North Dothan, AL (334) 678-1832 309 Hamric Drive West Oxford, AL (256) 831-2440 150 Piper Lane Alabaster, AL (205) 621-2489 3305 Highway 77 Panama City, FL (850) 763-4654 9036 Pine Forest Rd. Pensacola, FL (850) 505-0550


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Huntsville / Decatur, AL 256-350-0006 Oxford, AL 800-917-7931 Pensacola, FL 850-479-3004

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Orlando, FL (Corporate Office) 407-659-8700 Orlando, FL 407-850-9614 Jacksonville, FL 904-737-6000

Ft. Myers, FL 239-481-8554 Davie, FL 954-581-4744 Tampa, FL 813-630-0077


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VÖGELE VISION 5203-2

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STOWERS MACHINERY CORP. www.stowerscat.com Knoxville Headquarters (865) 546-1414 Knoxville West (865) 218-8800 Chattanooga (423) 698-6943 Kingsport (423) 323-0400 Crossville (931) 484-4040 Sevierville (865) 595-3750

RICHMOND EQUIPMENT & MACHINERY CO., INC. www.richmond machinery.com 1701 Roseneath Rd Richmond, VA 23230 (804) 359-4048 (800) 662-6485

THOMPSON TRACTOR

YANCEY BROS. CO.

www.thompsontractor.com

www.yanceybros.com

Attalla-Gadsden, AL (866) 811-7609 Birmingham, AL (800) 547-0760 Crestview, FL (850) 682-6510 Decatur-Huntsville, AL (800) 435-0922 Dothan, AL (334) 671-1040 Huntsville, AL (256) 532-1776 Marianna, FL (850) 526-2241 Mobile, AL (800) 243-0665 Montgomery, AL (800) 521-9511

Opelika-Auburn, AL (334) 749-3359 Oxford-Anniston, AL (800) 547-8897 Panama City, FL (850) 785-4007 Pensacola, FL (850) 471-6700 Shelby County, AL (205) 664-4833 Thomasville, AL (334) 636-0420 Tuscaloosa, AL (205) 247-2800 Tuscumbia, AL (256) 381-2771

Albany (800) 768-2892 Augusta (800) 446-5131 Austell (800) 282-1562 Bloomingdale (800) 482-1144 Brunswick (800) 299-5010 Calhoun (800) 752-9804 Columbus (800) 633-5240 Dacula (800) 545-2945

Kennesaw (866) 289-2228 Macon (800) 633-5180 Savannah (800) 755-8382 Statesboro (888) 764-6506 Valdosta (800) 755-6841 Washington (888) 678-3211 Waycross (888) 948-2443

KELLY TRACTOR CO. 8255 NW 58th St. Miami, FL (305) 592-5360 Clewiston, FL (863) 983-8177 Ft.Myers, FL (239) 693-6563 West Palm Beach, FL (561) 683-2015 Davie, FL (954) 581-8181

LOUISIANA CAT info@Louisianacat.com www.Louisianacat.com P.O. Box 356 Reserve, LA 70084 (985) 536-1121 (866) 843-7440 Alexandria, LA (318) 443-2577 Bossier City, LA (318) 746-2341 Hammond, LA (985) 340-2820 Lake Charles, LA (337) 439-3601 Lafayette, LA (337) 837-2476 Monroe, LA (318) 323-1345 Prairieville, LA (225) 673-3480 Mansfield, LA (318) 872-9700


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www.tractor-equipment.com RICHMOND MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 1701 Roseneath Rd. Richmond, VA 23230 1-800-662-6485

FLORIDA Pensacola, FL 850-505-0550 Panama City, FL 850-763-4654

ALABAMA 5336 Messer Airport Hwy. Birmingham, AL 35212 205-591-2131 Fax: 205-591-8321

Grove Hill, AL 251-275-4158 Tuscumbia, AL 256-383-5666 Dothan, AL 334-678-1832

Mobile, AL 251-457-8991 Decatur, AL 256-355-0305 Alabaster, AL 205-621-2489

Tuscaloosa, AL 205-752-0621 Montgomery, AL 334-288-6580 Oxford, AL 256-831-2440

www.reynoldswarren.com 1945 Forest Parkway Lake City, GA 30260 800-875-5659 • 404-361-1593 Fax: 404-361-1885


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BW138AC-5 Combination Roller Features Economizer Bomag continues its product line expansion with the new 4.5 ton (4 t) BW138AC-5 roller. This 54-in. (137 cm)-wide model features a traditional vibratory steel drum in the front and four smooth pneumatic tires at the rear. This “combination” delivers added material manipulation for asphalt compaction and enhanced tractive effort for steep grade applications. Powered by a Tier IVi 4-cylinder Kubota diesel engine, this roller is ideally suited for compaction of commercial parking lots, driveways, highway shoulder construction and secondary roadway maintenance. Rolling resistance on asphalt materials has been minimized due to the large 35.4-in. (90 cm) drum diameter. Smooth rear pneumatic tires manipulate the compacted material and ensure that the liquid asphalt is even throughout the lift. This delivers a finer top finish on the material. The tires also aid traction due to their gripping characteristics and enable better performance on hilly applications and when loading and un-loading from steel deck trailers, according to the manufacturer. The BW138AC-5 is equipped with a pressure water sprinkler system that includes a high-capacity 76-gal. (287 L) water tank for extended operation between refills. Filtered spray nozzles and an interval sprinkler timer contribute to water savings, while solid windscreens ensure that the drum receives sufficient coverage even in windy conditions. Flexible, spring-actuated scrapers further contribute to optimum water distribution. A separate 13-gal. (49 L) tank holds emulsion liquids for wetting the rear tires. A suspended and vibration-isolated operator’s platform

includes a fully adjustable and laterally sliding seat for added comfort, while allowing clear visibility of the drums. Operator efficiency is enhanced with multifunctional dual travel levers and the smart drive steering wheel that provides more

The optional Bomag Economizer system enables continuous control of the compaction process. Compaction levels are indicated by an increasing number of illuminated yellow LEDs on the instrument panel display.

working room and a full view of all machine controls. Standard safety features on the BW138AC-5 include a foldable ROPS with seat belt, back-up alarm, emergency stop button, and front and rear working lights for night operation. The roller’s engine hood and instrument panel also are lockable to protect against vandalism. Requiring no daily grease points, the needed on-site maintenance time is substantially reduced. The optional Bomag Economizer system enables continuous control of the compaction process. This easy-to-use quality control tool automatically offers real time compaction level data to the operator. Compaction levels are indicated by an increasing number of illuminated yellow LEDs on the instrument panel display. Maximum compaction is achieved when the number of LEDs does not increase with repeated passes. The operator quickly knows that no more passes are needed — thus saving the contractor time and money. If the number of yellow LEDs suddenly drops, this indicates weak spots in the material. These weak areas can now be further analyzed and remedied immediately. A red LED warns of over-compaction and helps prevent fracturing of the aggregate. This Economizer technology delivers a high quality, smooth and consistent compaction result across the entire rolled area. Additional optional features that are available include directional indicator and hazard lights and a rotary beacon. For more information, call 309/853-3571 or visit www.bomag.com/us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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LiuGong Machinery Names Yu Chuanfen Its New President The board of Guangxi LiuGong Machinery Co. Ltd. (“LiuGong Machinery”) recently announced that Mr. Yu Chuanfen will succeed ZengGuang’an as the president of LiuGong Machinery. Yu has been with LiuGong since he got his bachelor’s degree in Welding Technology & Equipment from Wuhan Huazhong University of Science & Technology in 1994. During his 19 years with LiuGong, he has served in a number of different management positions. Before being promoted to his current role, he held the position of vice president of LiuGong Machinery, responsible for the wheel loader division, driveline division, foundry division, LiuGong India Pvt Ltd. and Liuzhou ZF Company. Yu has devoted himself to the development of LiuGong’s wheel loader business, further expanding LiuGong’s wheel loader business in global market as a strong and well-know brand in the construction machinery field. For more information, visit www.liugong.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Officials Consider Rerouting Railroad Traffic Around Affluent Area in La. NEW ORLEANS (AP) Railroad freight traffic could be shifted tracks that run through one of Louisiana’s most affluent neighborhoods if planners get their way. But it could take $700 million to make the change. State transportation officials are studying whether to reroute freight trains from a track that bisects one of the most affluent parts of Metairie to a combination of tracks that would parallel Earhart Expressway and pass through the Hollygrove neighborhood on New Orleans’ western edge. Jefferson Parish officials, reported The Times-Picayune, support the plan. State officials say an environmental study will conclude at the end of 2014, at which time they will seek public comment. Jefferson Parish President John Young told attendees at a meeting that “for the first time in history’’ the railroads have come to agreement on a course of action. Officials of the Norfolk Southern Railway, Canadian National Railway and CSX Transportation say they’re awaiting the study before making a choice. The Port of New Orleans, meanwhile, said in a statement that the middle belt “would be a good solution to the need for more capacity’’ and “at a minimum’’ the railroads should set a joint operating plan if the current route stays in place. It’s not the first time that the problem has been studied. The first of at least eight publicly funded studies on the subject is 38 years old. Generations of Old Metairie residents

and commuters have endured seemingly endless delays. One option in the current New Orleans Rail Gateway study is to keep the main east-west route through Metairie and while elevating the tracks to eliminate chokepoints at road crossings. The other is to reroute rail traffic along Earhart Expressway through Hollygrove and onto the lightly used tracks along Airline Drive in Jefferson Parish. Dean Goodell, the state transportation department manager overseeing the project stresses the need to complete the study and said planners are staying neutral. But he points to “some pretty obvious benefits’’ to the middle belt option. One is removal of railroad crossings over Interstate 10 and Airline Drive, which would permit the elevation of floodprone dips in those roads. Either set of improvements could take more than a decade to pay for, officials said. Hollygrove-Dixon Neighborhood Association President Charles Bosworth said he’s worried about hazards from freight trains. A 2008 study by Cambridge Systematics predicted 28 trains would pass through every day. “They are taking it out of Old Metairie, where they have all those rich white folks, and bringing it down through Hollygrove, where you have not-so-rich black folks,’’ he said. “Nobody is happy with it, but what the hell can you do?’’ (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

C&H Paving Keeps Void Rates Low With Double-Drum, Pneumatic Tire Compactors C&H from page 20

took 2 to 3 different pneumatic tire rollers. “If you’re paving an airport runway, you want to be as heavy as you can be,” said Cranford. “You fill it [the PT240] full of water and with the plate it’s about 52,000 pounds. If you knock the water out of it, then you’re down to 40,000. If you’re on a city street and you don’t need that much weight, you can take the water out and the plate offit and now you’re down below 30,000 pounds. It just helps because, before you might have two different rollers. You’d have a smaller rubber tire roller and a bigger one. Now you don’t have to have that, you just have one to do it all.” That ability to tailor the weight also helps Cranford improve productivity and reduce excessive traffic on the hot asphalt (which could lead to over compaction/deterioration). By ballasting the machine to heavier weights, he can complete compaction in fewer passes compared to performing a greater total number of passes with a lighter machine. “You can speed up production and you can roll it and you don’t have to beat it as much [with excessive passes],” Cranford said. Void Testing Rates Prove Quality The Georgia DOT performs regular testing to ensure that voids are typically kept below six percent. For C&H Paving, this has recently included the construction of 3 mi. (4.8 km)

of passing lanes on state Route 47 near Lincolnton, Ga., and a wide variety of resurfacing jobs as part of Georgia’s Local Maintenance & Improvement Grant (LMIG) project, a staterun program that helps local governments keep up maintenance on state roads. Georgia DOT testing samples showed that C&H Paving was able to consistently keep air voids below six percent — and often — tests showed void ratings between three and five percent. According to Cranford, the PT240 roller played a key role in maintaining low void percentages and others in the industry are taking notice. “They [the DOT] were surprised at how low our averages were,” said Cranford. “The inspectors [were saying to other contractors] ‘well, Benji’s getting them’ and the other paving contractors [were asking] ‘what’s he using?’ Everyone wants to know. Sooner or later they’ll have one because it just eases your mind. “When you go home at night and don’t have to worry about voids, because you won’t know until the next day if you passed or not, you sleep a little bit better.” Katie Pullen is the brand marketing manager of Case Construction Equipment. This article was reprinted with permission from Case Construction Equipment.

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

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I-95 Road Work Set to Cut Down on Weaving, Merging

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Virginia Department of Transportation has begun working on a 7-mi. (11.3 km) stretch of I-95 in Prince William County, approximately 25 mi. (40.2 km) south of the nation’s capital.

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Work began in April on a project designed to construct auxiliary lanes and widen the shoulders of the interstate, both northbound and southbound, to 12 ft. (3.7 m) with full-depth pavement to make them suitable for drivers to better navigate during emergencies. I-95 from page 1

interstate, both northbound and southbound, to 12 ft. (3.7 m) with full-depth pavement to make them suitable for drivers to better navigate during emergencies. In addition, new guardrails and improved lighting will be installed. The entire project is slated to last 28 months, or until the middle of August 2015. The project is projected to cost around $40 million. “The way that I-95 was originally built did not include a wide shoulder on the left-hand side of the road,” said Bob Cross, a senior superintendent of Lane Construction Corp., a national firm with a northern Virginia office in Chantilly, “so if there is an accident or breakdown on the left side there has not been anywhere for traffic to go and that has led to more delays.” According to VDOT, the road work will ease several chokepoints along the interstate, which will in turn add capacity during emergencies and cut down on the amount of

VDOT photo

Lane and its subcontractors are working at different points along the 7-mi. (11.3 km) stretch of road.

weaving and merging by drivers. Keep the Traffic Moving The trick for Cross and his crew will be to keep traffic moving as normally as possible while the work progresses. That means shifting traffic seamlessly past five entrance/exit ramps northbound and four more southbound, plus a truckscale stop and a rest area. The bulk of the construction will be done on the inside and outside shoulders of I-95 between Virginia Route 234/Dumfries Road at the south end to Prince William Parkway in the north. Auxiliary lanes will be built at three locations to create safer access and merging, particularly at the truck-scale station located at the south end of that stretch of I-95. Southbound, auxiliary lanes will connect the Opitz Boulevard on-ramp with the Prince William Parkway offramp, as well as the truck rest stop area on-ramp with the offramp to Dumfries Road. On I-95 North, another auxiliary

The bulk of the construction will be done on the inside and outside shoulders of I-95 between Virginia Route 234/Dumfries Road at the south end to Prince William Parkway in the north.

lane will connect the Dumfries Road on-ramp with the truck weigh station on-ramp. “The only work being done on the right side each way is to accommodate traffic that is shifted during construction,” Cross said. “After the median work is done we will actually resurface the entire 7-mile stretch.” Rain Is a Problem A crew of around two dozen workers has been laboring on the project through what has been a very rainy season. That has not been welcome news for Cross. Late day thunderstorms, always a hazard during the summer in the south, were more prevalent this year. When it is rainy, crews cannot apply new striping to shifted roadways. But even though the weather was hot and sticky, Cross much prefers the heat to rain. “The heat doesn’t present a problem for us,” Cross said. see I-95 page 90


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Komatsu Introduces PC170LC-10 Komatsu America Corp.’s PC170LC-10 excavator is the newest addition to its dash-10 series. With operating weights ranging from 38,100 to 41,600 lbs. (17,282 to 18,869 kg), the PC170LC-10 provides improved performance with up to 5 percent more lift capacity with the standard counterweight, while an optional heavier counterweight provides up to 15 percent more lift capacity when compared to the previous model PC160LC-8. The heavier counterweight option is ideal for contractors looking for a more powerful lifting machine. The lighter counterweight machine offers excellent mobility and can be hauled on a 40,000 lb. (18,143 kg) tag-along trailer, embodying versatility with power for applications such as residential and non-residential construction. The PC170LC-10 offers a net 115 hp (85.7 kW) at 2,100 rpm, yet it is up to 10 percent more fuel-efficient than its predecessor, depending on the application and conditions. This improved efficiency comes in part from a variable-flow turbocharger that provides optimal airflow under all speeds and load conditions. Power and Control All of the new excavator’s major components, including the engine, hydraulic pump, motors and valves, are exclusively designed and manufactured by Komatsu. This integrated design employs a closed center load sensing hydraulic system that takes hydraulic efficiency to the next level, utilizing both variable speed matching and low speed matching technology. Variable speed matching allows the engine speed to adjust based on the hydraulic pump output for both light and heavy-duty applications, while low speed matching utilizes a larger pump capable of producing higher pump output at lower engine speeds. Enhanced working modes are designed to match engine speed, pump delivery and system pressure to the application. Seamless Operation = Greater Productivity The PC170LC-10 does not have a scheduled replacement interval for its Komatsu diesel oxidation catalyst (KDOC). The KDOC integrated design allows this simple system to remove soot using 100 percent “true passive regeneration” without the need for a diesel particulate filter (DPF). The KDOC is designed for long life without a scheduled replacement interval. Less complexity and truly seamless operation for the operator means lower owning and operating costs. Lower Owner and Operating Costs To reduce owning and operating costs further, all PC170LC-10 excavators are covered by Komatsu Care, Komatsu’s complimentary scheduled maintenance program for three years or 2000 hours (whichever occurs first). Factory-certified technicians use only Komatsu genuine parts and fluids to perform these services. Powerful EPA Tier IV Interim and EU Stage 3B Emission Certified Engine Built on Komatsu’s Tier III technology, the SAA4D107E2 engine provides lower emissions and lowers fuel con-

sumption. The Komatsu Tier IV Interim engine uses an advanced electronic control system to better manage air-flow rate, fuel injection, combustion and exhaust after-treatment to optimize performance, reduce emissions, reduce fuel consumption and provide advanced diagnostic capability. Easier Serviceability The excavator is equipped with the exclusive Komatsu EMMS (equipment management monitoring system), which provides enhanced diagnostic features that give the operator and technicians greater monitoring and troubleshooting capabilities. EMMS also continuously monitors many critical systems, as well as the planned maintenance schedule, and provides troubleshooting assistance to minimize diagnosis and repair time. Latest Fleet Monitoring System The PC170LC-10 is equipped with the latest Komtrax technology, which is fully integrated with Komatsu’s Tier IV tech-

nology and sends machine operating information to a secure Web site utilizing wireless technology. Hour meter, location, cautions, load ratio, fuel consumption and maintenance alerts — to name a few of its features — are relayed to the web application for analysis. The Komtrax fleet monitoring system increases machine availability, reduces the risk of machine theft (compared to machines not Komtrax-equipped), allows for remote diagnosis by the distributor, and provides a wealth of other information to drive business efficiency and productivity. Ease-of-Use for Operators The cab of the PC170LC-10 has a high-resolution 7 in. LCD color monitor that displays information in 25 languages for global support. The operator can easily select from six working modes of operation to match machine performance to the application. These working modes include power mode, economy mode, heavy lift mode, breaker mode, attachment economy and attachment power. The new monitor panel also provides eco guidance (operational efficiency guidance), operational records, fuel consumption history and utilization information. The standard rearview monitoring system allows the operator to view directly behind the machine with the push of a button. For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Carolinas’ Division 9550 Statesville Road Charlotte, NC 28269 704/597-0211 Fax 704/596-6198 101 Bruce Rd. Asheville, NC 28806 828/667-0176 Fax 828/667-4865 411 South Regional Road Greensboro, NC 27409 336/668-2762 Fax 336/668-3714 288 Westgate Drive Wilkesboro, NC 28697 336/973-8201 Fax 336/973-8496 305 N. Main St. Mt. Gilead, NC 27306 910/439-5653 Fax 910/439-4568

380 Anderson Road Highway Rock Hill, SC 29730 803/325-1555 Fax 803/325-1506 2421 US Highway 64 East Asheboro, NC 27203 336/625-2212 Fax 336/625-0738 2725 Old Monroe Road Matthews, NC 28104 704/821-7399 Fax 704/821-4915 805 Klumac Road Salisbury, NC 28144 704/636-2671 Fax 704/633-4827

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Equipment Company Flint Equipment Company 1206 Blaylock St. Albany, GA 31705 229/888-1212 Fax: 229/435-3612 180 Princeton Blvd. Adairsville, GA 30103-2628 770-773-9857 Fax: 770-773-7226 4500 Wendell Dr. SW Atlanta, GA 30336-1627 404/691-9445 Fax: 404/696-1170

116 Corporate Drive Simpsonville, SC 29681 864/963-5835 Fax: 864/963-7405 4717 Jefferies Hwy Walterboro, SC 29488 843/539-1420 Fax: 843/539-1424 3464 Sunset Boulevard West Columbia, SC 29169 803/794-9340 Fax: 803/794-9346 178 Seaboard Road Andrews, SC 29510 843/221-4940 Fax: 843/221-4942

5333 BBS Way Braselton, GA 30517-1707 770-965-1889 Fax: 770-965-1894 251 Perry Lane Road Brunswick, GA 31525 912-264-6161 Fax: 912-264-5263 2400 Victory Dr. Columbus, GA 31902-3457 706/687-3344 Fax: 706/682-4738 515 Chamblin Rd. Grovetown, GA 30813-3905 706/855-5440 Fax: 706/855-5447 136 Acres Drive Ladson, SC 29546 843/572-0400 Fax: 843/572-7746 4600 Pio Nono Ave Macon, GA 31206-5064 478/788-1586 Fax: 478/781-8591 7566 W. Tennessee St. Tallahassee, FL 32304 850/575-5600 Fax: 850/575-9972 3033 US Highway 27 East Perry, FL 32348 850/584-9200 Fax: 850/584-2844 169 Ross Clark Circle N.E. Dothan, AL 36303 334/794-8691 Fax: 334/794-8696 50 Morgan Industrial Blvd. Garden City, GA 31408 912/964-7370 Fax: 912/964-1822 1220 Henderson HWY Troy, AL 36081 334/566-4181 Fax: 334/566-4361 4900 East Highway 501 Aynor, SC 29511 843/358-5688 Fax: 843/358-2826

1128 Hwy 70 West Garner, NC 27529 919/772-2121 Fax 919/779-5432 3604 Highway 264E Greenville, NC 27834 252/758-4403 Fax 252/758-6508 3816 Martin Luther King Blvd New Bern, NC 28562 252/638-5838 Fax 252/638-2949 5039 US 301 South Fayetteville, NC 28348 910/424-1200 Fax 910/424-8763 Northside Industrial Park Wilmington, NC 28429 910/675-9211 Fax 910/675-3640 Highway 42 Aulander Road Ahoskie, NC 27910 252/332-5550 Fax 252/332-4186


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Like all of our equipment, the 850K was designed with extensive input by owners and operators like you. We listened and responded with numerous K-Series enhancements, including additional power and weight for increased productivity. An EPA Interim Tier 4 diesel engine for work in nonattainment areas. Spacious redesigned cab that’s noticeably quieter and more comfortable. And best-inclass serviceability features, such as an innovative easy-toclean “V-Cool” package. Add to those, the unsurpassed operating ease and maneuverability operators have come to expect from our crawlers, and the 850K is an obvious choice. To get your hands on one, see your John Deere dealer.

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Brunswick, GA 912/264-6161 Savannah, GA 912/964-7370 Dothan, AL 334/794-8691 Troy, AL 334/566-4181 Perry, FL 850/584-9200 Tallahassee, FL 850/575-5600

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About the AggreSand System Key features of the AggreSand System include: • H 12 Hopper TWS designed a new modular hopper feeder with 12 square meter capacity in keeping with ever increasing loading shovel sizes in today’ s modern quarries and sand pits. The H 12 is available with a remote-controlled tipping grid. • Feed Conveyor The wide feed conveyor has a direct drive electric motor and gearbox arrangement and will work at a 19-degree angle when feeding the AggreSand system. The inclined feed conveyor features an innovative sealed wash box at the discharge point to give material a prerinse to pre-condition for screening. This design eliminates splashing at this point and produces an even distribution of material to the full width of the rinsing screen thus utilizing the full screening area. • 165R-3 Rinsing Screen TWS opted for the highly efficient 165R-3 (three-deck, two-bearing) rinsing screen. The screen’ s riveted construction reduces the stress associated with welded construction methods. TWS engineers designed this in such a way to isolate the spray bars from all vibration, utilizing rubber gators on the mid and bottom decks. Top deck rubber extensions also prevent overspill or splashing from the top deck screen. The 165R-3 gives a true 80 sq. ft. (7.54 sq m) of screening area on all three decks. Each deck has eight individually controlled spray bars fitted with polyurethane fan type spray nozzles. An advanced rolling chute arrangement gives the ability to blend top-deck and mid-deck overflows as well as mid-deck and bottom-deck overflows, which will prove very useful in construction and demolition recycling applications. The screen is designed to receive standard polyurethane modular screens (woven wire screens option also available) on all decks. • Sump Tank The large capacity split sump tank receives the rinsed fines from the bottom deck screen into either a course or fine compartment. The course side of the tank has a built-in float system to help equalize the levels in both tanks and prevent overflowing. Large inspection doors are included in both tanks as well as butterfly valve drains on both sides. The tank also is fitted with anti-turbulence plates and a pump protection system.

• Centrifugal Slurry Pumps and Hydrocylones Two centrifugal slurry pumps (course and fine) are used to pump material from both sides of the sump tank into two hydrocyclones. The hydrocyclones remove silts and clay (material below 63 micron), which are sent to the water treatment plant. The heavier material (above 63 micron) exits the bottom of the hydrocyclones into a rubber-lined box where blending can take place if required. • 125 Dewatering Screen The underflow from the hydrocyclones transfers onto a dewatering screen via a discharge box, which equally distributes the material across the screen to increase the dewatering screen area. Both materials are dewatered over a 500 micron polyurethane screen to produce two instantly salable grades of sand. The high-energy dewatering screen is fitted with two high efficiency counter rotating vibratory motors, which remove capillary water to produce two dewatered sands. The rubberlined catchbox under the dewatering screen carries the underflow back to the tank for recirculation through the cyclones. Carolina Sunrock’ s plant had a 146 dewatering screen instead of the standard 125 dewatering screen and it also had bigger hydrocyclones. • Integrated Conveyors The AggreSand system has the option of five conveyors, three aggregate and two sand. The 650 mm wide conveyors are powered by direct drive electric motors and gearbox arrangements. The 9.3 meter long conveyors are angled at optimum height for excellent production. The two conveyors have a unique automated radial wheel drive system that increases stockpiling capacity to a 350 cubic meter. The conveyors are fitted with high quality teardrop polyurethane scrapers. The aggregate oversize conveyor has a novel feature whereby it can be placed on either side of the machine in accordance with the customer’ s site set-up/preference. The 4 meter stockpile height of these conveyors make them ideal for producing generous stock piles or feeding other equipment within the Terex product range. • Accessible Service Areas There are 600 mm wide access platforms on both sides of the machine. This allows easy access to both the rinsing and dewatering screens. All walkways and handrails are galvanized as standard with curved ends and expanded metal floors.

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case our various machinery to our customer base. The main emphasis for the shows was the official U.S. launch of the Terex AggreSand and we think this machine will be very popular in the U.S. market. The ease of set up and installation due to its modular design enables us to provide the customer with a complete turnkey solution, which can be moved from one site to another in a short space of time. We feel like Terex Washing Systems have really set themselves apart from the competition with the modular concept and look forward to installing their products with many of our customers.” About Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic has been a successful

The 1.5 in. (3.8 cm) minus material is fed into the Terex AggreSand machine and three clean gravels and two sands are produced.

Powerscreen dealer for nearly 20 years, having installed many wash plants over that time. With the introduction of Terex Washing Systems in 2012 for the mobile and modular wash plant market, Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic’s portfolio of washing equipment has vastly increased. Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic Inc., based in Kernersville, N.C., is a dealer for the following product lines: Powerscreen; Terex Washing Systems; Terex Environmental Equipment; Terex Minerals Processing; Telestack; Matec; Lippmann; and MGL Engineering. These lines enable the company to provide a large selection of equipment for crushing, screening and washing of aggregates and minerals, along with specialty conveyors, loading systems, filter presses and water treatment systems and C&D recycling systems. Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic provides sales, rentals, service and parts support for its products in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. For more information, visit www.powerscreenmidatl.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Toys For Boys (and also men) Realistic Scale Models of Construction Equipment, ideal gifts for the Holidays, Birthdays, Graduation, etc.

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

International 560 Pay Loader, 1:25 Scale $145

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

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

Komatsu D155 AX Dozer, 1:50 Scale..............................$85

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

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

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

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

Komatsu D475A-SEO Dozer, 1:50 Scale ......................$125

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

Caterpillar D10T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ........$105

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

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

Caterpillar D11R Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ........$100

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

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

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

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

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

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

Komatsu PC14R Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$45

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

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

Komatsu WA500 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$80

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

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

Komatsu WB146 Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$75

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

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

Komatsu Mack Granite MP w/Lowboy Trailer, 1:50 Scale ..

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

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

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

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

Liebherr LTF 1060-4.1 4 Axle Crane, 1:50 Scale ........$215

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Poclain 350 Front Shovel, 1:50 Scale ..........................$190

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

Hamm 3414 Soil Compactor, 1:50 Scale........................$90

Terex AC100/4 All Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ..............$200

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

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

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

Bobcat Versahandler Tool Carrier, 1:25 Scale ..............$50

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

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

Bucyrus Erie 22B Backhoe, 1:50 Scale ......................$225

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

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

Bucyrus Erie 22B Shovel, 1:50 Scale ..........................$225

International TD-25 Dozer, 1:50 Scale............................$75

Vogele 1900 Tracked Paver, 1:50 Scale ......................$125

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

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

Vogele Vision 5200-2 Tracked Paver, 1:50 Scale ........$115

Case 580ST Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ......................$95

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Volvo A40F Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale....................$130

Case 695 Super “R” Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ......$165

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Volvo EC280 Excavator, 1:50 Scale................................$50

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

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

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

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

John Deere 200 LC Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................$60

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

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

Wirtgen W210 Cold Milling Machine, 1:50 Scale ..........$80

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

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

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

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

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

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company has eight machines in its rental fleet. When a new machine is purchased, Cellar noted that the extensive modifications and the installation are completed at their facility. “The LoDril drilling units are designed to meet a customer’s job specifications as far as hole diameter, hole depth, and overhead restriction,” Cellar said. “We buy the Komatsu excavators without a stick and bucket, and sometimes even without a boom, depending on the type of LoDril unit . installed on the carrier machine” Cellar said that the life of the combination excavator with LoDril unit installed is currently in excess of 10 years. “Here’s an impressive figure, 98.1 percent of all LoDrils sold since 1991 are still at work!” he said. “These products have been manufactured since the late 70s or early 80s.” Drillers’ Choice also has an extensive shop facility for new machine installations and for overhaul and rebuild of drill attachments. “Because there are such major modifications required to the hydraulic system and the electrical system on the excavator, we don’t sell the LoDril separately.” Cellar said, “They’re usually mounted on something and I don’t recall ever selling just the LoDril attachment.” Cellar noted that the company still works with other excavator manufacturers as well. For example, if a customer had a preference

for another manufacturer’s machine, or had a used machine that he wanted a LoDril mounted on, his company can effectively perform the installation and testing. Overall, Cellar is very satisfied with Bayshore Systems, which manufactures LoDril. “I can say that having been in the construction equipment industry for 35 years, and having worked for a manufacturer and with local equipment dealers, I’ve been quite pleased with the relationships I’ve developed over the years with distributors like Tractor & Equipment Company and with a manufacturer such as Bayshore Systems.” Drillers’ Choice Inc. is currently celebrating its 15th year in business. “My background was in drilling and blasting,” Cellar said. “We’ve been in the foundation drilling equipment business for 13 years. Our primary customers are transmission line, road builders [bridges and sound barriers] and foundation contractors. Having evolved from drilling and blasting into foundation drilling equipment has been a smooth and rewarding transfer. I enjoy the customers and the producers of the equipment. I enjoy working with them, and we see an opportunity for continued growth.” For more information, visit www.drillerschoiceinc.com or www.tractor-equipment.com (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Vermeer Southeast Sales & Service, Inc. Boynton Beach, FL 1060 West Industrial Avenue Boynton Beach, FL 33462 561-742-7400 • Fax: 561-742-7448 Clearwater, FL 12785 N 44th St. Clearwater, FL 33762 727-299-9207 • Fax: 727-299-0166 Ft. Myers, FL 2231 Flint Dr. Ft. Myers, FL 33916 239-337-5900 • Fax: 239-337-5901 Jacksonville, FL 11550 Philips Hwy. Jacksonville, FL 32256 904-262-4400 • Fax: 904-262-0619 Orlando, FL 4559 Old Winter Garden Rd. Orlando, FL 32811 407-295-2020 • Fax: 407-293-8087 Pensacola, FL 6691 Mobile Highway Pensacola, FL 32526 850-944-8110 • Fax: 850-944-8166 Marietta, GA 1320 Gresham Rd. Marietta, GA 30062 770-973-8811 • Fax: 770-973-7829 Birmingham, AL 2950 Pinson Valley Parkway Birmingham, AL 35217 205-841-9895 • Fax: 205-841-9841

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Ditch Witch of North Carolina, Inc. 329 US Highway 70 East Garner, NC 27529 919-772-1214 www.dwnc.com


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February 10 – 13, 2014 – The Rental Show (ARA) Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL The Rental Show is the American Rental Association’s annual convention and trade show for the equipment rental industry. It features construction/industrial equipment, general tool/homeowner and party/special event equipment, as well as rental – specific seminars and industry networking. For more information on The Rental Show, please contact Sumner Manufacturing Company, Inc., Houston, Texas at 281/9996900. Ohio Oil and Gas Association (OOGA) 2014 OOGA WINTER MEETING AND HALL OF FAME DINNER March 5 to 7, 2014 Hilton Columbus at Easton 3900 Chagrin Drive Columbus, OH 43219 OOGA, general information phone number: 614/824-3901. AGC of Minnesota’s TOYS FOR TOTS Once again, we will be collecting for Toys for Tots at the Annual Meeting and holiday reception. New toys, games and books, as well as cash and checks, will be greatly appreciated. Checks should be made out to “Toys for Tots.” There will be cash jars available at registration and on the bars during the reception. Checks can also be mailed to Jane Sanem at AGC. For more information, contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events at 800/552-7670 (toll free); 651/796-2186 (direct). Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association (MNLA) Super Tuesday: Landscape Lighting Design & Technology (PLT Relicensure) Date: January 7, 2014 Time: 8:00 AM CST to 5:00 PM CST Location: Minneapolis Convention Center, 1301 2nd Avenue S., Minneapolis, MN Please note: Advance Registration is required for Super Tuesday programs. No onsite registration will be taken for Super Tuesday. Class # 20130421…this class provides a total of eight hours of continuing education credits for the Power Limited technician license, with material orientated specifically towards the landscape lighting specialist. You may contact the MNLA at 651/633-4987 for more information.

Minneapolis Convention Center/NorthernGreenExpo.org This year’s trade show features over 825 booths in a 178,000 square foot exhibit hall. For a full listing of exhibitors please visit the Northern Green Expo website Vendor Directory. Wednesday, January 8, 2014 from 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM Thursday, January 9, 2014 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday, January 10, 2014 from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM Interested in exhibiting at the show? Contact Mary Dunn at 651/633-4987; and you may call the Northern Green Expo office directly toll free: 888/886-6652. CENTS SHOW, Columbus, Ohio The Central Environmental Nursery Trade Show is a special kind of show that is going to be organized from January 13 to 15, 2014 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio. CENTS is one of the very different kinds of an event that provide the latest technologies of green industry. This event comprises different set of programs which will take place in the span of three days. It can be the right place to plan out something very serious, something related to tradition and innovation in the field of nursery and green industry. The CENTS Marketplace is managed by the Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association (ONLA). To reserve your booth for this event, please call 800/825-5062. For more information, please call ONLA Headquarters main phone: 614/899-1195 and Main Fax: 614/899-9489. AED CONDEX, Houston, Texas CONDEX 2014: January 15 to 17, 2014 at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas Show Location: Exhibit Hall E Thanks to all of our 2013 Exhibitors! We look forward to seeing you in Houston, Texas in 2014! There’s no time like the present to prepare for CONDEX 2014. . Introduce your company, products or services to potential new distributors . Enhance your brand image or identity . Improve your competitive position in the marketplace . Network with your current distributors . Introduce new products or services to existing distributors Each year the industry’s top executives gather at the AED Summit & CONDEX Trade Show as the only show in the industry dedicated strictly to equipment distribution. Success is all about partners and CONDEX is your chance to create dialogue and build sound business relationships. QUESTIONS? Contact Sandy Brassel at 630/468-5126. WORLD OF CONCRETE (WOC) 2014, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV January 21 to 24, 2014 - Celebrating 40 Years of Industry Excellence…WOC is the industry’s only annual international event dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industries showcasing leading industry suppliers. WOC features innovative tools, construction machinery, construction equipment, safety training courses and training, technologies and unlimited networking opportunities to give you new ways to sustain and grow your business. World of Concrete is considered by many to be one of the top shows in the industry. The outdoor exhibit areas, including the hugely popular Artistry in Decorative Concrete, make World of Concrete THE event to attend in 2014. WOC attracts approximately 1,300 exhibitors and occupies more than 500,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibit space. For more information, you may contact Tom Cindric, Vice President at 972/536-6371 or Jackie James, Director at 972/536-6379. MICHIGAN INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION (MITA) 2014 MITA ANNUAL CONFERENCE Dates: January 22 to 24, 2014; Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, Mt. Pleasant, MI Begins JAN 22, 2014 at 8 AM Ends JAN 24, 2014 at 12 AM For more information, please contact MITA offices at 517/3478336

Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association (MNLA) MNLA CEO Symposium – Workforce 2020: Preparing for What (and Who) the Future will Bring Date: January 7, 2014 Time: 4:00 PM CST to 8:30 PM CST Location: Hyatt Regency Hotel, 1300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN In order to position your organization to attract top talent, drive breakthroughs, and serve customers better, employers need to understand and prepare for the evolution of the workforce. In this presentation, CEO’s will learn about the chief workforce indicators of change, how to position their companies to be innovative and responsive to these changes to attract top talent and win in the marketplace. Presented by Sarah Sladek, Founder and CEO of XYZ University and a renowned speaker who delivers clear value to audiences committed to bridging the generational gap and creating sustainable organizations. For more information on this Symposium, you may contact the MNLA at 651/633-4987.

OMEDA 2014 POWER SHOW JANUARY 24, 25 & 26, 2014 OHIO EXPO CENTER, COLUMBUS, OHIO Friday…Saturday…Sunday…9 AM to 4 PM Power Show Ohio is a major event of its kind in the region. The event showcases everything falling in the purview of Agricultural Equipment, Construction Equipment and Outdoor Power Equipment. The event brings to the table the various developments and advancements made in this field. The show having such a vast area of expertise has a wide appeal among a varied section of business community. Power Show Ohio can be seen as a trend setter as this event sets a bench mark for future development and research in the industry. The event having such a massive appeal in the visitors as well as exhibitors community it acts as the perfect platform for new product launches, networking and building new business opportunities. Power Show Ohio is sponsored by the OhioMichigan Equipment Dealers Association, P. O. Box 68, Dublin, OH 43017. For more information, please call 614/889-1309 or Email: dalford@amglicusa.com.

SAVE THE DATE!!! 2014 OILFIELD EXPO DECEMBER 2 thru 4, 2014 International Exhibition (1X) Center Cleveland, Ohio NORTHERN GREEN EXPO 2014 – January 8, 9 & 10, 2014

Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers (IAAP) Retirement Recognition on December 6th: Bill Frey, Deputy Director of Highways Retirement Recognition on December 20th: Dave Lippert, Chief of the Bureau of Materials and Physical Research


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Attention Contractors! Post Your Wanted To Buy Listings FREE! Here’s How! List Your Wanted Items

If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. WANTED 2004-2008 CHEVY/GMC TRUCK, 2500, 4X4, REGULAR CAB, 8FT BED. WILL TRADE HISTORICAL/CLASSIC CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ. CONTACT: JOHN PHONE: 440-567-5108 FAX: 440-269-8161 EMAIL: SOSVP@OH.RR.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CUMMINS DIESEL ENGINES K38 | WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY 10 COMPLETE NEW / REBUILD OR GOOD TAKE OUT CUMMINS DIESEL ENGINES K38 ( 12 CYLINDER ) TO FIT IN KOMATSU DUMP TRUCK. PLEASE CONTACT IF YOU ARE A SERIOUS SUPPLIER CONTACT: M.ASKARI PHONE: 819-246-9577 FAX: 819-205-0972 EMAIL:M.PFCDIESEL@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED:CHEVY/GMC 4X4 | WANTED 2004-2007 CHEVY/GMC TRUCK, 2500, 4X4, REGULAR CAB, 8FT BED. WILL TRADE HISTORICAL/CLASSIC CADILLAC, ORIGINAL OWNER. CONTACT: JOHN PHONE: 440-567-5108 FAX: 440-269-8161 EMAIL: SOSVO@OH.RR.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DEERE 844K NEW OR UNDER 3000 HOURS I HAVE AN ‘02 CAT 345 FOR SALE, ‘08 CAT CS 56 ROLLER, NEWER MACK TRI DUMP WITH TRAILER, ‘08 CAT 345, ‘11 CAT 247B ALL FOR SALE! CONTACT: JOEY PHONE: 570-250-5559 EMAIL: JOEDIRT@CONTRACTOR.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR TO BUY CAT WHEEL LOADER: 910/920/930 966 C/D/E /F / G/ 950 B/E/F I-II 910 E / 970 F 936 E/F 980 F/GI/H/C - CAT EXCAVATOR: 215 / 219/ 225 / 229 / 235, YEAR : 1986 & UP CONTACT: MAHMOUD RAGAB PHONE: +20 1272769667 FAX: +20 26998400 EMAIL:M.RAGAB@ALFATTH.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOHN DEERE A7 BACKHOE ATTACHMENT CONTACT: TOMAS PHONE: 7072724592 EMAIL: CAPITANCARNAGE@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOHN DEERE BACKHOE ATTACHMENT FOR A 401 TRACTOR IN THE MINNESOTA AREA. CONTACT: MIKE BERG EMAIL: BERGFIRE@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MACK CTP713 DUMP TRUCK | I NEED SEVERAL MACK CTP713 GRANITE DUMP TRUCKS. SEND WHAT YOU HAVE. THANKS CONTACT: SAM MAIER PHONE: 912-433-9449 FAX: 912-826-0665 EMAIL:SAMMAIER@ICLOUD.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

HYDRA PLATFORM PARTS | A STARTER CONTACT: GLORIA HURST PHONE: 757-362-4079 EMAIL: GLORIAHURST24@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE WANT TO KNOW WHO OWNS USED MARSH BUGGIES AND WE PAY SEVERAL $1, 000 FINDERS FEES IF THEIR INFO HELPS US FIND UNITS TO RENT BUY OR SELL. PLEASE SEND WHAT YOU HAVE, THANKS CONTACT: TYLER PALUMBO EMAIL: PALUMBO519@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– YANMAR | I WANT TO BUY A USED 455 4WD YANMAR TRACTOR LOADER 4 CYL. OR A YANMAR LX49 (INCLUDING A BACKHOE IF POSSIBLE). CONTACT: VASSILIS EMAIL: VASSILI.SAGA@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– RADIAL STACKER 36" TO 60" WIDE 150 FEET LONG | NEED IMMEDIATELY CONTACT: SEMAC CONSTRUCTION PHONE: 229-344-4235 FAX: 229-439-4578 EMAIL:HERCOEQ@HUGHES.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DIESEL GENERATORS | I AM BUYING GENSETS!!! PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE. CONTACT: DAMIAN MILLER PHONE: 260.210.9184 EMAIL: DMILLER@EIEQUIPMENT.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED D3GXL LOW HOURS, D5GXL LOW HOURS, NEAR NEW YORK USER ONLY. NOT ADVERTISED CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR MOB 1 514 386 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR D9N & D9R CRAWLER TRACTORS | NEED RIPPER TRACTORS CONTACT: SEMAC CONSTRUCTION PHONE: 229-344-4235 FAX: 229-439-4578 EMAIL:HERCOEQ@BELLSOUTH.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– REPLACEMENT GLASS FOR NEW HOLLAND L223 SKIDSTEER DOOR CONTACT: DREAM ON FARM PHONE: 802-897-2610 EMAIL: DREAMONFARM@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380 JG1TRACK JAW CRUSHER | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD1@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HA33CJ HAULOTTE | ARTICULATING ELECTRIC LIFT 35FT. CONTACT: BRANDON MINCH PHONE: 5305260538 EMAIL: BRANDON.MINCH@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

L39 KUBOTA BACKHOE | L39 OR COMPARABLE BACKHOE FOR USE IN CEMETERY EXCAVATIONS. USED WITH LOW HOURS IN GOOD MECHANICAL CONDITION, 36" BUCKET. TEXAS LOCATIONS WITHIN 500 MILES OF HUNTSVILLE, TX CONTACT: WILLIAM EDWARDS PHONE: 210-336-0576 EMAIL: BILLEDW@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EXCAVATORS CONTACT: MICHAEL PHONE: 207-667-4081 FAX: 207-667-9443 EMAIL: MBARRYTRUCK@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– END DUMP TRAILER | 6X10 SM DUMP TRAILER, SHINGLE LADDER HOIST 200LB, TOE BEHING PERSONAL LIFT CONTACT: KEVIN PHONE: 4132121601 FAX: 4136371570 EMAIL: PENNELL55@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MOTOR GRADER | WE WANT TO BUY USED CAT 14G MOTOR GRADER, 1979 AND UP. SEND US EQUIPMENT PICS, SERIAL NUMBERS, YEAR MODEL, MACHINE CONDITION, LOCATION AND FINAL OFFER PRICE. WE ARE ALSO LOOKING FOR CAT 140G/H GRADERS, 1988-2005 WITH RIPPER. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL:SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MINING EQUIPMENT, HEAVY DUTY MACHINES IN BULK | NEED TO BUY MINING MACHINES , EXCAVATOR, WASHING PLANTS AND HEAVY DUTY EQUIPMENT FOR BUILDING AND ROAD CONSTRUCTION. CONTACT: GEORGE MARTINS PHONE: 000233244143452 FAX: 00233303434546 EMAIL:INFOSINFO70@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– S/A SEMI WITH SLEEPER 2003 OR 04 | LOOKING FOR A FREIGHTLINER S/A SLEEP 4 TO 500 HORSE, FOR HAULING AUTOS ANY MAKE WILL DO CONTACT: JAMES PHONE: 513-4929671 FAX: 513-4929670 EMAIL: COBURN59@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOADER & EXCAVATOR & CRAWLER | CONTACT: KEVIN PHONE: 2187795516 FAX: 7018472379 EMAIL: ADAMS164@LIVE.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE DH7 TRENCHER | RIGHT REAR AXLE FOR A CASE DH7 TRENCHER. CONTACT: RON HEINE PHONE: 620-617-6486 EMAIL: RHEINE@RURALTEL.NET ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

BOOM SECTIONS FOR A GROVE HL 150 T--#68 CONTACT: MARVIN WASIK PHONE: 352 746 4860 FAX: 352 746 7722 EMAIL:BILL@WASIKSALES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SMOOTH INTERIOR PIPE | 600FT OF 12"-24" SMOOTH INTERIOR PIPE. USED, LEFTOVER, FADED, BAD GASKETS OK. NO CRACKS. WATER MAIN, HDPE, OR SEWER PIPE ACCEPTABLE. CONTACT: ZACH PIEPER PHONE: 319-470-8200 FAX: 319-372-2277 EMAIL:ZPIEPER@OUTLOOK.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– YANMAR TRACTOR WITH FRONT BUCKET | SMALL TRACTOR. AROUND 40 WITH A FRONT BUCKET CONTACT: DEEJAY PEPPER PHONE: 318-413-1351 EMAIL: DEEJAY.PEPPER@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BULLDOZER 450 JD | IT’S IN A VERY GOOD AND WORKING CONDITION. CONTACT: MARK WOLF EMAIL: MARKWOLF09@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED ALL THE TIME NOT ADVERTISED BULLDOZER EXCAVATOR GRADER LOADER LIFT USER USA NEAR F PORT I NEED TO SEE PROOF OF OWNERSHIP CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR MOB 1 514 38 68975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN @VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DOZER D9N OR D9R FROM 1986 UP TO 1998 | LOOKING TO BUY DOZER D9N OR D9R MANUAL CONTROL CONTACT: OUFI PHONE: 966530185141 FAX: 96627512024 EMAIL:ALOUFI01@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONVEYOR PORTABLE DIESEL HYD | ROAD PORTABLE DIESEL HYDRAULIC RAISE AND FOLD 30 TO 36 INCH BY 80 FEET CONTACT: JOE PHONE: 7249445569 EMAIL: FJS-1@ATT.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 235 FRONT SHOVEL | COMPLETE MACHINE OR FRONT SHOVEL ARRANGEMENT. CONTACT: WARREN MERWINE PHONE: 570-656-9222 FAX: 570-992-0229 EMAIL:SMERWINE@PTD.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 950E & 966D | WE ARE LOOKING FOR CONTRACTOR OWNED CAT LOADERS CAT 950E & 966D. READY TO BUY.MUST BE UNADVERTISED. CONTACT: AYYAZ EMAIL: AHE.SALES@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

TRACKS FOR A THOMAS T 320, NEW OR SECOND-HAND. CONTACT: PIERRE GUIGUE PHONE: +33 6 11 16 13 07 FAX: +33 4 95 57 91 83 EMAIL:LICCIOLE_2B@HOTMAIL.FR –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOHRINGER WOBBLE ROCK FEEDER WITH 20 BARS CONTACT: KEN GIBBAR PHONE: 573-579-6855 FAX: 5733359430 EMAIL:KENSTRACKSTONE@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT WHEEL LOADERS AND DOZERS SALVAGE CONDITION FOR PARTING OUT | PAY BEST PRICES FOR CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS AND DOZERS SALVAGE CONDITION FOR PARTING OUT YOUNG OR OLDER MODELS CONTACT: SAMIE PHONE: +1 916 222 60 78 EMAIL: AIRDIESELPOWER@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– UP FRONT | TIRES 70 % GREAT MACHINE CONTACT: KEITH PHONE: 208-661-7666 EMAIL: KSIBERT208@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED FOR IMMEDIATE PURCHASE. NOT ADVERTISED PLEASE. CAT 330CL OR 325CL UNDER 8K HOURS IF NOT PLUMBED. CAT 420E EROPS UNDER 3K HOURS. CAT D8R AND L. CAT D9R AND L. CAT, 966E, 950E, 950B, CAT 140G, 14G, 14H, 12H. CONTACT: SAM MAIER PHONE: 912-433-9449 FAX: 912-826-0665 EMAIL:SAMMAIER@ICLOUD.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BULLDOZERS, CRANES, FORKLIFTS, FRONT END LOADERS, TRACTORS, | WE BUY YOUR NON WORKING HEAVY EQUIPMENT, NO MATTER THE CONDITION WE WILL BUY IT!! TODAY PICKUPS ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. ARE FREE CONTACT: JASON PHONE: 832-516-1831 EMAIL: FRACPUMPSERVICE.TEXAS @GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR LOWBOY | PETERBILT, KENWORTH CAT 4306 ENGINE OR OLDER CUMMINS 35 TO 50 TONS CONTACT: JOEY PHONE: 570-250-5559 EMAIL: JOEDIRT@CONTRACTOR.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: (1) CATERPILLAR 1908136 RADIATOR | URGENT. CONTACT: GLENN RUSSELL PHONE: 360-314-7413 FAX: 360-722-3222 EMAIL:GLENN@VISTAEQUIPMENT.NET ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WE NEED DOZER CAT D6-D7 1998&UP CONTACT: MIKHAIL BABURKIN PHONE: 9078033299 FAX: 9078954690 EMAIL:IMBABURKIN@LIVE.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 9-10 TON TAG TRAILER 18 LONG MINIMUM BY 96 WIDE. CONTACT: JAMES MCCARTHY PHONE: 239-214-1821 EMAIL: JMCCARG@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– D8R TRACKS | RAILS & PADS 80%+ CONTACT: BOB BUSHEY PHONE: 530-640-3374 EMAIL: BCBUSHEY@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR AN AG DRAWBAR FOR A CAT 75C CONTACT: STEVE COCKERILL PHONE: 402-253-8262 EMAIL: SCFARMER111@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 70-90 TON TRUCK CRANE | WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE 1 - EARLY 2000 - 2008 70-90 TON TRUCK CRANE ROAD LEGAL FOR CALIFORNIA. CONTACT: GLENN RUSSELL PHONE: 360.314.7413 FAX: 360.722.3222 EMAIL:GLEN@VISTAEQUIPMENT.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED 33 TON MONTANA PORTABLE CEMENT POWDER SILO NEAR LAS VEGAS, NV CONTACT: VLAD EMAIL: VLAMESH@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE BACKHOE 580L, M, | LOOKIING FOR CASE 580SK, L, M PREFER 2 WHEEL DRIVE. NEED ABOUT 300 UNIT A YEAR. CONTACT: TIM YOUNG PHONE: 281-8293588 FAX: 281-8293588 EMAIL:YOUNGHO2008@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOADER BACKHOES | WE ARE LOOKING FOR USED CASE 580L, 580L-II, 580M, 580M-II, AND JCB 214 SERIES 3 ONWARDS. PREFER 2WD, STANDARD HOE AND BUCKET. PLEASE SEND ME DETAILS AND IMAGES IF YOU HAVE THE ABOVE BACKHOES. CONTACT: YING EMAIL: YING22139@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR D9N | WE ARE LOOKING 6 CATERPILLAR D9N WITH RIPPER CONTACT: S.L.EQUIPEMENT INC PHONE: 1+450-434-2460 EMAIL:12SLEQUIPMENT@VIDEOTRON.CA ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS

Coming Auctions

www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Albany (Greenwich), NY Sat.,December28,2013 For:LateModel ConstructionEquipment • Philadelphia, PA Fri.,January10,2014 For:LateModelRental ReturnConstruction Equipment • Totowa, NJ Sat.,January11,2014 For:CompleteLiquidation ofTrucking&Warehouse Company • Atlanta, GA Thurs.,January16,2014 For:LiquidationofMajor TruckingCompany,etc. • Columbus, OH Sat.,January18,2014 For:LateModelJohn Deere&CatRentalFleet • Lima, Peru Sat.,January25,2014 For:LateModelJohn Deere&CatConstruction Equipment&Support Accessories • Kissimmee, FL February1-9,2014 For:21st Annual ConstructionEquipment Auction • Las Vegas, NV Wed.,March5,2014 For:RentalFleet Equipment • Atlantic City, NJ March27-29,2014 For:Construction Equipment • Buffalo, NY April5-6,2014 For:EstateAuction,Cars, ConstructionEquip.,Trucks &Trailers

To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at www.constructionequipmentguide.com • Lucedale, MS RITCHIE BROS. IRON PLANET AUCTIONS Sat.,March8,2014 www.ironplanet.com AUCTIONEERS For:Farm&Construction 888-433-5426 www.rbauction.com ONLINE AUCTIONS 402-421-2631 • Meridian, MS Go to www.ironplanet.com to Sat.,March29,2014 • Orlando, FL view the complete auction For:Farm&Construction February17-22,2014 schedules, inspection reports Equipment and to place your bid! • Ellijay, GA CAT AUCTION SERVICES • ONLINE ONLY Sat.,April12,2014 www.catauctions.com January28-30,2014 For:Farm/RealEstate 866-750-9432 Auction • Florida J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS Fri.,February14,2014 www.jjkane.com For:Construction MEEKINS Equipment 855-GO2-KANE

AUCTION COMPANY

HESS AUCTIONEERS www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493 • Marietta, PA Fri.,February7,2014 For:Truck,Trailer& Equipment

IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri.,March7,2014 For:HeavyConstruction Equipment,Truck&Trailer • Foley, MN Fri.,June6,2014 For:HeavyConstruction Equipment,Truck&Trailer • Foley, MN Fri.,September12,2014 For:HeavyConstruction Equipment,Truck&Trailer • Foley, MN Fri.,December5,2014 For:HeavyConstruction Equipment,Truck&Trailer

• Philadelphia, PA Sat.,January25,2014 For:Construction Equipment

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728 • Collins, MS Wed.,January8,2014 For:OnlineAuction • Mooresville, NC Tues.,January14,2014 For:Absolutecompleteliquidation • Hobbs, NM Wed.,January15,2014 For:OilFieldAuction • Pelzer, SC January21-23,2014 For:ThreeDayPublic WinterAuction

www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560 • Lumberton, NC Fri.,December27,2013 For:19th Annual ContractorsAuction • New Bern, NC Tues.,January28,2014 For:MarineConstruction Equipment

POWERS AUCTION & EQUIPMENT SALES

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC. www.steffesauctioneers.com 701-237-9173 • Litchfield, MN Mon.,December30,2013 For:Construction Equipmentandmuchmore!

VAUGHAN AUCTION GROUP www.vaughanauctiongroup.com 903-873-6777 • Wills Point, TX Thurs.,February6,2014 For:Contractor’s Public Auction

WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-5700 • Princeton, MN Sat.,March15,2014 For:Heavy Equipment • Princeton, MN Sat.,June14,2014 For:Heavy Equipment • Princeton, MN Sat.,September13,2014 For:Heavy Equipment • Princeton, MN Sat.,December6,2014 For:Heavy Equipment

www.mikepowersauctions.com YODER & FREY 815-338-9700 • Hampshire, IL Sat.,January11,2014 For:P.S. Coyote Underground Equipment Reduction

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION

www.purplewave.com • Brooklyn, MS 866-608-9283 February20-22,2014 For:ThreedayEarlySpring • ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,December31,2013 ContractorsAuction

AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Ft. Myers, FL Fri.,January31,2014 For:CompleteLiquidation • Kissimmee, FL February10-17,2014 For:40th AnnualAuction • St. Cloud, FL Tues.,February18,2014 For:AbsoluteAntiqueFarm


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J.M. Wood Auction Company Hosts Two-Day Ala. Sale

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.M. Wood Auction Company Inc. finished the year strong with another successful sale Dec. 4 and 5 at its headquarters in Montgomery, Ala. Gross sales from the auction totaled more than $12 million and online sales contributed more than $2 million toward the overall total. Bidders from 34 states and 11 countries participated in the sale and 29 percent of the lots drew attention from online bidders. Equipment from four regional Caterpillar dealers was on the auction block. In addition, Flint Equipment Company; the state of Alabama; B & G Rental (A division of Brasfield of Gorrie); Wilson Bros. Logging; and more than 300 other consignors were represented at the sale. “Our 40th anniversary year has been our best year yet,” said Bryant Wood, vice president of J.M. Wood Auction Company Inc. “We feel mighty blessed to have such loyal buyers and sellers. We’ve seen a lot of old familiar faces around the auctions this year back buying and gearing up for projects. We can definitely feel the positive momentum starting to turn in this economy that has been down for so long. People have work and they are spending money.” J.M. Wood Auction wrapped up its 40th year in business with more than $100 million in auction sales. The 41st annual “March in Montgomery Auction,” will be the next auction held by J.M. Wood Auction, which is always the first auction after the Florida sales. For more information call 334/264-3265 or visit http://www.JMWood.com/ (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

A pair of 2012 Deere 624K wheel loaders draw attention from the crowd and online bidders

Jan Hill (L) of Hill Farms in Woodland, Miss., and Langston Kilgore of K & K Inc. and RLK Inc., a trucking firm and dirt contracting business, both based in Houston, Miss., look over several of the wheel loaders in the sale lineup. Doss Edwards (L) and Randy Thompson of Mid-State Equipment, Dublin, Ga., go over their notes on this Komatsu PC220LC excavator before heading to the bidding arena.

(L-R): Mike Coker, Jerry Coker, and Tim Thigpen of Greenhill Equipment in Florence, Ala., return for another sale in hopes of bringing home a Case backhoe loader.

Ricky Callaway of Yancey Bros. Co., Washington, Ga., looks under the hood to check out the power plant of a Cat 320CL.

Don Godbold (L) and Robert Jones of Camden, Ala., take in the sale from the comfort of their four wheeler. The retired contractors still “dabble” in the equipment business and for the day are self-proclaimed “partners in anonymity.”

Charles Pruitt (L) and Scott Kennedy, both of Charles Pruitt Enterprises in Buford, Ga., are interested in this Komatsu PC200LC.

Troy Rutherford (L) of Rutherford Construction in Clanton, Ala., tests the hydraulics on one of several excavators as his father, Toby Rutherford, also of Rutherford Construction, looks on.


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Lane Crews Work Behind Barriers toAllow Traffic Flow I-95 from page 70

“Actually, the heat is better as long as the road stays dry.” Work Soldiers On Lane and its subcontractors are working at different points along the 7-mi. stretch of road. Right now, they are doing work on the right side of the northbound lanes, as well as the left side of the southbound lanes, Cross said. He and his crews are working behind barriers to allow cars and trucks to move freely through the area. A relatively small amount of earthmoving is being down on this project, according to Cross. “We have around 60,000 to 70,000 cubic yards of earth to excavate, but that is spread out over 14 miles of traffic lanes, so it is really not that much,” said Cross. “Lane is doing the excavation and we’re also placing the stone.” Among the equipment used by Lane at the site are Hitachi 350 track excavators, John Deere backhoes, Komatsu bulldozers and Caterpillar rollers, all of which are owned by the contractor. Cross said that his company, as the main contractor on the project, has been working

VDOT photo

The project is projected to cost around $40 million.

closely with its paving division, Virginia Paving Co., to shift the traffic to the right side of the road — often working six days and nights a week. Assisting them is the Manassas office of Roadmark Corp., based in Durham, N.C. That firm is re-striping the

shifted lanes. Besides Virginia Paving and Roadmark, the other major subcontractor on the project is Long Fence, which is installing a considerable amount of new guardrail along interstate, according to Cross.

Night work has been required on this project due to the strict lane closure restrictions in place on the heavily-traveled interstate. As a result of those restrictions, Cross anticipates very little traffic disruptions other than forcing drivers to slow down when moving onto shifted lanes. But then, it is pretty rare to see cars moving at the posted speed limits anyway due to the heavy volume of vehicles that typically move along the interstate. From his job site office off I-95 near Quantico, Cross sees what he calls horrible traffic delays every day of the week. “Northbound traffic is bad from about 4:30 in the morning until about 9 or 10 o’clock, and then the southbound lanes start to get really bad at about 2 o’clock in the afternoon,” Cross said. While this project may not in itself ease the highway’s notorious traffic congestion, the hope is that when combined with other nearby projects both ongoing and planned for the future, the area will soon see the problem begin to get a little better each day. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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SLDF Supports ASA’s Actions to Protect Subcontractors the subcontract work was performed in ASA from page 1 interests aside from those embodied in the Texas. When the project was completed, forum-selection clause; it may consider only almost $160,000 remained unpaid to JCrew, even though it had timely completed public interests.” “These ‘public interests’ most certainly its work. J-Crew sued in Texas in the federwould include the laws in the 24 states that al district where the project was located. limit the use of forum-selection clauses in Atlantic Marine moved to dismiss or transconstruction,” said ASA Chief Advocacy fer the case to federal court in Virginia, relyOfficer E. Colette Nelson. “That is, when ing on the forum-selection clause. The trial court agreed with J-Crew and refused to disdetermining whether a forumselection clause is valid and should be enforced, a court can and, perhaps, should take into consideration public interest, as The SLDF supports ASA’s critical defined by the state legislatures.” The Supreme Court’s legal activities in precedent-setting “remand,” added Eric Travers, Kegler, Brown, Hill & Ritter, cases to protect the interests of Columbus, Ohio, “was to send the case back to Texas for the all subcontractors. federal courts there to determine whether there are any public interests that support keeping the litigation in the state where the project miss the case or transfer venue to Virginia. was located.” Travers prepared ASA’s Atlantic Marine asked the federal appeals court to enforce the forum-selection clause, “friend-of-the-court” brief. In the underlying case, the general con- but the appeals court agreed with the trial tractor, Atlantic Marine, hired J-Crew as a court. Atlantic Marine appealed to the U.S. subcontractor to work on a construction Supreme Court, which granted review. The project to build a child care facility at a mil- Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the itary base in Fort Hood, Texas. The subcon- case on Oct. 9. ASA’s Subcontractors Legal Defense tract contained a forum-selection clause Fund financed the brief. The SLDF supports requiring that all disputes “shall be litigated ASA’s critical legal activities in precedentin the Circuit Court for the City of Norfolk, setting cases to protect the interests of all Virginia, or the United States District Court subcontractors. ASA taps the SLDF to fund for the Eastern District of Virginia, Norfolk amicus briefs in appellate-level cases that Division.” J-Crew subcontracted much of its work to would have a significant impact on subconpredominantly local subcontractors and tractor rights. (This story also can be found on suppliers, almost all of which were located in the western district of Texas in or around Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at Killeen, Texas, and near the project. All of www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Volvo Rents to Grow Under New Owner, Same Employees VOLVO from page 1

Rents’ customers will not be affected by the transaction. Volvo CE will continue to sell products to Volvo Rents under the new ownership and all Volvo CE’s existing dealerbased rental operations are unaffected by this announcement. The transaction is subject to certain condi-

tions, including the approval of relevant authorities, and is expected to be closed in the first quarter of 2014. For more information, visit www.volvoce.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

LIQUIDATION MAJOR TRUCKING COMPANY 25-30 TRUCK TRACTORS, 6 HYDRAULIC BEAVER TAIL EQUIPMENT TRAILERS. QUANTITY OF VAN TRAILERS, CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT VARIOUS FORKLIFTS & SKID STEERS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. & Hertz Equipment Rentals Sunbelt Rentals

AUCTION

ATLANTA (BREMEN), GEORGIA

NOTE: Selling Will Be a Long Time Local Trucking Company That is Liquidating Its Trucks Along with Equipment Trailers From Hertz Equipment Rentals and Rental Fleet Equipment From Sunbelt Rentals. EARLY HILITES: 23 TRUCK TRACTORS: (22) 2007 Int’l. 9900 (t/a), 2005 Western Star 4900EX (t/a), 5 EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: (5) 2005 Trailking TK70HT 35ton (t/a), VAN TRAILERS, HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2006 Takeuchi TB016, 7 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2005 JCB 508C (4x4), (6) 2005 JCB 506C (4x4), SCISSOR LIFT: 2006 Genie GR12, AIR COMPRESSOR: 2006 IR P185WJD, WELDER: 2007 Miller CST-280, SWEEPER: 2005 Laymor 8HC, SERVICE TRUCK: 2008 Ford F550 (s/a), 3 UTILITY TRAILERS: 2008-2006 BestTB102x18, 2007 EZ-Dump Bass1810, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Easy Kleen Pressure Washers, 2007 ELSE-30 Port-a-power, Avtron LoadBank, Wacker Heater, (4) New Mustang LF88 Plate Compactors, New Mustang ML80S Rammers, New Mustang M30 Core Drill, New Mustang MP3 3in. Water Pump, (3) New Mustang MP4800 2in. Submersible Pumps, (3) New Mustang CV3500 Concrete Vibrators, (12) New 3pc. 14in. Diamond Blades, (6) New 6 packs of 14in. Abrasive Blades, (6) New 4 packs of 10,000lb. Ratchet Cargo Straps, New 5 Ton Digital 4ft. x 4ft. Platform Scales, New Huskie 11218 SDS Hammer Drills, (4) New 1in. Drive Air Impact Wrenches, (4) New 1/2in. Drive Air Spray Gun Kits, (6) New 2in. x 50ft. Discharge Water Hoses, (4) New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches. Address: 6315 Highway 78 West, Bremen, GA 30110. DIRECTIONS: From Atlanta Airport: take Camp Creek Parkway West to 285N to I-20W to Exit 11. Turn right onto Rt. 27N, go 1 mile to 4th light, turn left, sale site on left. SITE PHONE: (770) 537-7386 GA LICENSE: AUNR002859 – Jack Lyon Auctioneer.

THURSDAY, JAN. 16 @ 10:00 AM

ALEX

LYON

& SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc. Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-8010 Syracuse, NY (Evenings) (315) 637-8912 www.lyonauction.com


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Two Additions…

Bobcat Company Introduces New Authorized Dealers Lawrence Daumlin (L) of Southern Lights Electrical Contractors in Bradenton, Fla., and Guerin Johnson of CENTEC Equipment in Sarasota, Fla., talk about the lineup of digger derricks and bucket trucks for sale.

J.J Kane held a surplus equipment auction Dec. 12 in Atlanta, Ga.

J.J. Kane Hosts Equipment Auction

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.J. Kane held a surplus equipment auction Dec. 12 in Atlanta, Ga.

Approximately 700 registered bidders online and onsite, representing 46 U.S. states and five countries, vied for 800 pieces of construction and power

line equipment, fleet vehicles and construction tools, totaling $6.4 million of which $3 million was sold online. Highlights of the sale included an Altec AH100 bucket truck, which sold for $105,000, as well as nine Altec AT37G bucket trucks going to the

(L-R): Charles Cook, Rich Ehmer and Michael Whitebread of J.J. Kane Auctioneers get the bidding started.

(L-R): Michael Locke, Anthony Rau and Michael Mangini of Rauhorn Electric in Detroit, Mich., inspect an Altec AH100, 100 ft. (30.5 m) boom-mounted bucket on an International 7500 chassis.

highest bidders. Equipment was provided by Georgia Power Company, AGL Resources, and other regional and national fleets. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

(L-R): Tommy Boyd, Michael Gray and Brad McDill of Grays Power Supply in Oakland, Miss., consider a pair of Mantis 6010 crawler cranes.

Muhammed Habib (L) of Electric Service Maintenance and Repair in Douglasville, Ga., and Bill Patterson of Progression Electric, Knoxville, Tenn., shop the inventory of trucks.

Bobcat Company has expanded its dealer network with the addition of two Rental Inc. locations as authorized sales, service, parts and rental providers of Bobcat equipment. Since opening its first branch in 2004, the independently owned rental operation has grown to include five locations spanning the Florida Panhandle as well as southern Alabama and western Georgia. The recent addition of Bobcat of Thomasville and Bobcat of Dothan — previously known as Bobcat of the Wiregrass — under the Rental umbrella will better enable the dealership network to expand its Bobcat customer base, primarily consisting of commercial, industrial and residential contractors. Both Bobcat of Dothan and Bobcat of Thomasville will carry the full line of Bobcat products, including skid-steer loaders, compact track loaders, compact excavators and utility vehicles. “With more than 25 years of experience, the professional staff at Rental is committed to providing customers with quality equipment solutions,” said Joe Scherzinger, owner and president of Rental. “As a result, the decision to carry the industry’s leading compact equipment brand at our newest locations was an easy one.” The dealerships are located at 3425 Napier Field Road, Dothan, Ala., and 12534 Highway 319 N., Thomasville, Ga. For more information on Rental’s Dothan and Thomasville locations call 334/984-2444 or 229/225-9644, respectively, or visit www.rentalinc.net. For more information on Bobcat products visit www.bobcat.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Gary Silvers (L), independent contractor based in Chattanooga, Tenn., and William Ledford of William Ledford Construction in Calhoun, Tenn., look over the dozers for sale.

(L-R): Daniel Pruitt, Tony Watson and Dewain Ritchason gather the crowd, make the morning announcements and start the auction.

Ritchason Wraps Up 2013 Auctions With Annual Winter Sale

Perry Minge (L) of Cornerstone Development, based in Franklin, Tenn., and James Brown of Brown Custom Building in Oliver Springs, Tenn., check out this Bobcat 331 mini-excavator about to go on the auction block. Brad Higgins (L) and Nick Amos of Brad Higgins Construction in Soddy Daisy, Tenn., inspect this Hypac C852B padfoot roller.

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itchason Auctioneers Inc. wrapped up the 2013 auction schedule with its annual winter sale at its auction headquarters in Lebanon, Tenn., on Dec.14. Despite a cold rainy day in middle Tennessee, a terrific crowd of registered bidders and equipment enthusiasts turned out for the sale. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Jordan West (L) and Roger Russell of R&S Farms in Oneida, Tenn., talk about this Cat D3C.

(L-R): Jake Miller, Darrell Dorr, and Michael McKeehan of Miller Excavating, Athens, Tenn., look for dozers and dump trucks for their dirt moving business.

Roger Lee Trent of Trent Excavating, Russellville, Tenn., braves the weather to look under the hood of this Komatsu PC150LC.

B.Y. Peery (L) and Kenny Bishop of Peery Enterprises, Dickson, Tenn., test out this JCB 214 backhoe loader before bidding on it.


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THE GREATEST SALE OF THE YEAR!

21st

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9 DAYS OF SELLING!

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ANNUAL RENTAL RETURNS AUCTION * Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Trailers, Support & Attachments.

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA (WINTER GARDEN)

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1st - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9th @ 9:00 AM JACK’S NOTE: Once again we’re returning to Kissimmee with the sale that gets bigger and better each year! It’s recognized as “The Class Sale”, where top-quality EQUIPMENT is the norm, not the exception. You can become part of construction history either as a buyer or a seller. The EQUIPMENT comes from the BEST authorized dealership rental fleets. *** SPECIAL NOTE: For Non-US Resident Bidders: A $10,000 Cashier’s Check Deposited Prior to Bidding will be Required. * No Exceptions. HILITES: 20 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) 2011 Cat 740 (3,000hrs.), (2) 2005 Cat 740, Cat 740, 2007 Cat 730, Cat 730, (2) Cat D250D, 2007 Volvo A40E, (2) 2005 Volvo A40D, Volvo A30C, 2006 Terex TA30, Terex TA30, Terex TA27, 2006 JCB 714, Bell B25B, (2) JD 250D, 4 STRAIGHT FRAME HAUL TRUCKS: (4) Euclid R50, 108 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: (2) Cat 385BL, (2) Cat 365BL, (3) 2006 Cat 345CL, Cat 345CL, Cat 345BL, 2011 Cat 336EL, 2007 Cat 330DL, Cat 330DL, Cat 329EL, Cat 325CL, (2)Cat 325C, 2009 Cat 324DLC, Cat 320EL, (3) Cat 320DL, Cat 320CL, Cat 315DL, 2005 Cat 315CL, 2011 Cat 304DCR, (5) 2011 Cat 303.5D, 2010 Cat 303CCR, 2008-2007-2006 Cat 301.8C, 2008 Komatsu PC800LC-8, 2007 Komatsu PC600LC-8, Komatsu PC400LC, Komatsu PC400, (2) 2013 Komatsu PC360LC-10, (4) 2011-2010 Komatsu PC350LC-8, 2010- (3)2008 Komatsu PC300LC-8, 2007 Komatsu PC300LC-7, 2007 Komatsu PC270LC-8, (2) 2005 Komatsu PC250, 2006 Komatsu PC220LC-8, (2) 2007-2006 Komatsu PC200LC-8, 2008 Kobelco SK350LC, (5) 2006 Kobelco SK330LC, (2) New 2013 Kobelco SK295LC-9, 2006 Kobelco SK290-6, 2004 Kobelco SK250LC, (5) 2007- (2)2006-(2) 2005 Kobelco SK210LC-6, 2005 Kobelco SK135SR, Kobelco SK135SR, Kobelco SK115DZ, (2)2007-(3) 2006 Kobelco SK135SSR, 2013 Doosan DX150LC-3, 2013-2010 Doosan DX140, 2006 Doosan 255LC, (3) Volvo EC460BLC, 2005 Hitachi ZX460LC, 2006 Case CX210, (2) 2006-2005 IHI 65NX, (7) 2006 IHI 35N-2, 3 LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: 2009 Cat 324DLC, 2006 Volvo EC240BLR, Komatsu PC300LC-5L, 15 MOTOR GRADERS: (2) Cat 140M, Cat 16G, (4) 2008 Cat 12M, (2) Cat 12H, (3) 2010 JD 772G (AWD), 2010 Komatsu GD655-3EO, 2007 Volvo 940, Fiat Allis FG85, Champion C80B, 6 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (2) Cat 631S, (4) Cat 631D, 2 PULL SCRAPERS: (2) Icon 821,TOOL CARRIER: Cat IT12, 45 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 980K, 2010-(3) 2007 Cat 980H, Cat 980G, 2010 Cat 972H, Cat 972G, 2012 Cat 966K, 2006 Cat 966H, Cat 966H, 2013 Cat 950K (150 hrs.), 2008 Cat 950H, Cat 938G, (2)2011 Cat 930H, 2010 Cat 928HZ, Cat 928G-II, 2012-2011-(3) 2010 Cat 924H, (2) 2010 Liebherr 586, (2) 2009 JCB 436HT, 2007 JCB 426HT, 2009 JCB 416HT, JD 644H, JD 624G, 2010-2008 Komatsu WA470-6, 2010 Komatsu WA380-6, 2008 Komatsu WA250PT, Komatsu WA250, 2008 Kawasaki 90ZV, 2008 Kawasaki 70ZV, 2009 Kawasaki 65ZX, (2) 2005 Case 621D, Volvo L120, (2) 2010 Volvo L110F, (2) Volvo L70C, 2 SIDE BOOM TRACTORS: 2007-2006 JD 650J, 102 CRAWLER TRACTORS: (2) Cat D9N, Cat D9H, Unused Cat D8T (ripper), 2012 Cat D8T (ripper), 2011 Demo Cat D8T (ripper), (2)2006-(3) 2005 Cat D8T, Cat D8T (ripper), 2005 Cat D8T, (5) Cat D8R-II, (4) Cat D8N, Cat D8L-II, Cat D8L, Cat D7RXW(ripper), (6) 2006 Cat D7RLGP-II, (3) 2010 Cat D7R, 2006 Cat D7-II, 2007 Cat D6TLGP, Cat D6TX (cab, winch), 2007 Cat D6T, Cat D6T, 2005 Cat D6RLGP-II, (3) 2008 Cat D6NXL, Cat D6NXL, (2) 2005 Cat D6N, 2012 Cat D6KXL, 2012 Cat D6KLGP, Cat D6MXL, Cat D6D (ripper), 2005 Cat D5NLGP, Cat D5NXL, Cat D5HXL, Cat D3K, 2006 JD 1050C, (2) 2006 JD 1050, 2012 JD 850KWT (winches), 2007 JD 750JLGP, 2010 JD 750J, (3) 2006- (4) 2005 JD 650J, JD 650J, 2005 JD 450JLGP, 2006-(6) 2005 JD 450J, (2) 2010-2006 Komatsu D155AX-6 (ripper), (7) 2010 Komatsu D65EX-16 (ripper), (2) 2008-(3) 2007 Komatsu D65EX-16 (ripper), 2008-2006 Komatsu D65PX15, 2008-(3) 2007 Komatsu D65EX-15E0, Komatsu D65PX-12, Komatsu, Case 850K, Case 850D, 2010 Case 750L, (2) 2011 Case 650L, 85 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2009-2008 Cat 450E (4x4), (2) 2011 Cat 420E (4x4), (2) Cat 420E (4x4), (6) Cat 420D (4x4), 2012-(5) 2011 Cat 416E (4x4), 2008 Cat 416E, (2) Cat 416C (4x4), (5) 2013 NH B95C (4x4), (2) 2012-(4) 2011 Case 580N (4x4), Case 580 Super M-II (4x4), (14) 2005 Case 580M(4x4), (8) Case 580 Super M (4x4), (2) Case 580M (4x4), (3) 2008-(4) 2007 Komatsu WB146-5 (4x4), Komatsu WB146-5, (2) 2006 Komatsu WB140-2N, 2008 JD 310J (4x4), JD 310J, (11) JD 310G (4x4), JD 310G, 2007 JCB 3C-4, (3) 2013-(2) 2007 JCB 3CX-14 (4x4), 2006 Volvo Bl40, 6 ASPHALT ROLLERS: 2005 Cat CB534D, 2009 Cat CB224, 2005 IR DD90HF, 2007 IR DD24, 2006 IR DDS14, 2005 Vibromax 752C, 2 COMPACTORS: (2) Cat 825B, 64 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (8) New/Unused Volvo SD115D, (11) New/Unused Volvo SD105DXTF, 2008 IR SD70D, 2011-2010-(3) 2008 IR SD45F, 2010-2008-2006 IR SD45D, 2009 Cat CS64, (2) Cat CS56, (2) Cat CP56, (4) Cat CS533E, 2011 Cat CS553, 2007 Cat CS533E, 2011 Bomag BW213DH-4,(2) 2010-(3) 2008 Bomag BW211D-40, (8) 2006 Bomag BW211D-3, 2006 Bomag BW177D-3, JCB VM106D, (3) 2005 JCB VM66D, (2) 2005 JCB VM46D, 2005 Case SV208, Hypac C852B, 13 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (2) 2013 Case TV380, Cat 287B, (2) 2006 Takeuchi TL130R, (5) 2006 Takeuchi TL130, 2011 Terex PT30, 2007 Bobcat T300, ASV RC30, 18 SKID STEERS: (2) 2011 Cat 246C, (3) 2011 Cat 226B-3, Cat 226B, (5) 2010 JD 318D, 2007-2006 JD 317, 2007 Case 450, Demo JCB 260, 2011 JCB 260, 2012 JCB 225, 2010 Bobcat S175, 5 TRENCHERS: 2007 Astec RT1160 (300hrs.), (4) Ditch Witch RT115 (4x4), 4 ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: 2007-2005 JCB 930 (4x4), 2007 Case 586G, IR RT706F, 87 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (2) Cat TL1055(cab), (4) 2011- (3) 2008 Cat TL943, 2005 JLG G12-55A (4x4), 2007 JLG/Lull 1044C-54, (2) 2005 JLG/Lull 944E-42, 2006 (2) IR VR843, 2007 Dieci XRM7.732, (4) 2007 Dieci XRM6.621, (3) 2008-2007 Dieci XRM 6.221, (6) 2008 Dieci XRM5.519, (2) 2006 JCB 550 (4x4), 2005 JCB 508C(4x4), (7) 2005 JCB 52050 (4x4), 2006-(2) 2005 JCB 520 (4x4), (3) 2006-(2) 2005 JCB 506CHL(4x4), 2006- (3) 2005 JCB 506C (4x4), 2006-2005 Genie/ Terex TH644C, 2008-(9) 2007-2006 Genie GTH644, 2005 Star PRB-128 Personnel Basket, 41 BOOM LIFTS: New 2014 JLG 1350SJP (4x4), New 2014 JLG 800S (4x4), JLG 600S (4x4), JLG A450 AJ, (4) JLG 450AJ (4x4), (2) 2007 JLG 400S (4x4),(10) JLG 400S (4x4), (4) JLG E400AN, (2) JLG E300AJP, (2) 2007 Snorkel TB126J, Snorkel 126J, Snorkel TB80(4x4), Genie S125, (3) Genie S60 (4x4),Genie S45 (4x4), 2006 Genie Z45/25, (4) Genie Z45/25, Genie Z30/20N, 32 SCISSOR LIFTS: 2004 Genie GS3384RT, (2) 2005 Genie GS3246, (5) 2007 Genie GS3268RT, 2007 Genie AWP30SDC, 2008 Genie AWP12SDC, (2) 2006 Genie GR-12, 2007 JLG 3394RT, 2006 JLG 1930ES, (2) Skyjack 4626, 2006-2005 Skyjack 3226, (4) 2006-2005 Skyjack 3219, (8) Skyjack 3219, MEC 2633ES, 10 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2006 IR XP750WCU, 2006 IR XP375WCU, 2008 Sullair 375(high pressure), (2) 2007 Sullair 185DPQJD, 2007 Atlas Copco XAS185JD, (2) 2007 Sullivan D185Q11JD, Sullivan D185Q, 2005 Doosan 185CFM, 6 GENERATORS: Cat D343A, Kohler 60R0Z, 2007 Multiquip DCA85US, 2006 Multiquip DCA45US, (2) 2007 Wacker G50, 17 WELDERS: (4) 2008 Miller BB500CCCV, 2006 Miller Big Blue 400, 2008 Miller BB300D, 2007 Miller Big Blue 3, (2) 2008- 2007 Lincoln Vantage 500, (2) 2007 Lincoln Vantage 300, 2006 Lincoln K2409-1, 2007 Lincoln K2453-1, 2008 Lincoln K2405-2, 2007 Multiquip DLW400ES, 2008 Multiquip DLW400ATMP, 72 LIGHT PLANTS: (2) 2013- (3) 2012 Doosan 60HZ-T, 2013-2012 Doosan LSCWKUB, (2) 2012 Doosan LSC, Doosan LSC, (10) 2013 IR, (3) 2010-(4) 2008 IR Light Source, (2) 2009- (2) 2008-(12) 2008-(13) 2007-2006-2005 Magnum Pro MLT3060, (5) 2007-(4) 2006 Amida AL4060D4MH, (2) 2005 Genie TML4000N, (3) Genie TML4000N, 2009 Wacker 41 WATER PUMPS: (2) 2007-(2) 2006 Pioneer PP63C17L, 2005 Pioneer PP63C17, (2) 2005 Pioneer PP63, (15) 2011-2008 Magnum MTP6000D, (3) 2012 –(14) 2011Magnum2007 Godwin CD150 6in., 5 AIR WINCHES: (3) IR WB1142K, Terex TA7-36, Terex TA7-30AX1, SCREENING PLANTS: Extec S-5, 2 AIR CONDITIONING UNITS: (2) Trane portable, 15 AGRICULTURAL TRACTORS: 2012 Kubota M9960HDC (4x4), (6) 2010 Challenger MT465B (4x4), 2007 NH TS115 (4x4), JD 6400(4x4), JD 6300 (4x4), JD 6200 (4x4), JD 4040 (4x4), JD 3140 (4x4), JD 2140 (4x4), JD 400 (4x4), STRAW BLOWER: Finn AEM20, 6 SWEEPERS: (2) 2011 Blaw Knox FB90 (cab, 400hrs.), 2012 Broce BB250 (100hrs.), 2007 Terramite TSS38, 20072006 Laymor 8HC, Laymor 6HC, 7 CONCRETE MIXER TRUCKS: (5) 2006-(2) 2002 Peterbilt (t/a), BOOM TRUCK: 2007 Sterling (40 ton), 11 WATER TRUCKS: (2) 2005 Ford F650 (s/a), 2003 Sterling (t/a), 2003 Sterling (s/a), 20032001 Mack 4000gal. (t/a), 2008 IH 4200, 2002 Int’l. (s/a), (3) 2007 Western 30TCG, WATER TRAILER: 2006 Magnum MWT500, 7 ROLLBACK TRUCKS: 2006 Freightliner M2106 w/28ft.Ledwell, (2) 2001 Freightliner FL70, 2000 Freightliner FL60, (2) 2007 Ford F650 w/21ft.Vulcan, 6 TRUCK TRACTORS: (2) 2010- (2)2009 Mack CH613 (t/a), 2007-2000 Peterbilt 379 (tri.), 5 DUMP TRUCKS: 2006 Freightliner M2 (t/a), 2005 Ford F450, 2004 Int’l. 4200, 2000 Kenworth W900 (tri.), 1988 Mack DM690S (tri.), MILITARY TRUCK: Dodge M37 Cargo Jeep, STAKE TRUCKS: 2006 Ford F650, 8 PICKUPS: 2007-2005 Ford F250, (2) 2010- (3) 2008 Ford F150, 12 DETACHABLE GOOSNECK TRAILERS: (2) New 2014 Fontaine 55L 55 ton (tri.), (2) 2013 Witzco RG-60 62.5 ton (quad.), (7) 2014 Witzco 50 T (tri.), (2) 2014 Witzco 35 T (tri.), 7 EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: (7) 2004 Trailking TK70HT (t/a), 3 DETACHABLE REAR BRIDGE TRAILERS: 2014 Fontaine Magnitude 55L (tri.), (2) 2014 Thurway Rear Detachables (35T), STORAGE TRAILER: 2005 40ft., 8 RECREATIONAL & UTILITY VEHICLES: 2008 JD Gator, 2006 EZ-Go, (4) Kubota RTV900G (4x4), 2008 Kawasaki Mule 610(4x4), 2007 Club Car (4x4), 21 CONCRETE BUGGIES: (8) 2008-(13) 2006 Multiquip WBH-16F Concrete Buggies, 390 TIRES/RECAPS: (340) 11R22.5 HBRAPM 15 cap & casing, (50) 11R22.5 HBGAP 12 Cap & Casing.

Address: 12601 State Rd. 545 North (Avalon Rd.), Winter Garden, FL 34787. FLORIDA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #AU 0001548, FLORIDA LICENSE: #AB-1091 SITE PHONE: (407) 239-2700

DIRECTIONS: From Tampa: I-4E to Rte. 27N for 6.5 miles to Rt. 192E for 1 mile. Left on Avalon Rd. for 3 miles to sale site on left. From Orlando: I-4W to Rt. 192W for 5.5 miles, turn right on Avalon Rd. to sale site.

LYON

ALEX & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc. Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-8010 • Syracuse, NY (Evenings) (315) 637-8912 www.lyonauction.com


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New Tools...

ELFA Releases New Resources to Help Businesses The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA) has released three new resources to help businesses take advantage of the benefits of equipment finance. The multimedia resources — a video, a digital toolkit and an infographic — highlight how companies of all types and sizes can use leasing and financing to their strategic advantage to acquire the equipment they need to operate and grow. The new tools are available on ELFA’s Equipment Finance Advantage Web site at www.EquipmentFinanceAdvantage.org. • Video: How Equipment Finance Equips Business for Success — What makes America go? What makes America grow? At businesses nationwide, it’s access to equipment, and businesses are using leasing and financing to acquire the equipment that helps America thrive, according to this new two-minute video, available at www.EquipmentFinanceAdvantage.org/value • Digital Toolkit: Equipment Finance Advantage — How can businesses make the best possible equipment financing decisions? What does a business need to know before entering an equipment financing agreement? This easy-to-read, 12-page digital brochure answers these and many other questions about acquiring equipment, at www.EquipmentFinanceAdvantage.org/toolkit • Infographic: The Road to Equipment Finance — This new infographic offers a quick and engaging snapshot of equipment financing. It gives readers a visual explanation of how equipment finance equips businesses for success, at www.EquipmentFinanceAdvantage.org/infographic “There’s a reason seven out of 10 companies lease or finance their equipment — it makes good business sense,” said ELFA President and CEO William G. Sutton. “We are pleased to present a new video, toolkit and infographic to answer questions companies may have about acquiring equipment and to help them get started on the road to equipment finance. As all three resources point out, equipment finance is not only a smart and flexible equipment solution for businesses, it’s also an engine for U.S. economic growth, fostering innovation, supporting manufacturing and creating jobs.” Sharing Encouraged ELFA is encouraging users to share the video, toolkit and infographic with business contacts, friends and others, with full permission. Users are encouraged to share the tools on social media channels and via email, and post them on Web sites and blogs. Instructions and ideas are provided at: Tweet about these resources using #FinanceTools. For more information, call 202/238-3438 or visit www.elfaonline.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com A E D ..............................................................................................27 ALEX LYON & SON INC ATLANTA GA..........................................................................91 KISSIMMEE FL ......................................................................95 ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ........................................39 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ............................2,3,10 ATI CORPORTATION/LEVEL-BEST ..............................................23 BARGAINS ....................................................................................84 BENCH MARK TOOL & SUPPLY ....................................................7 BID SPOTTER................................................................................90 BLANCHARD MACHINERY INC ................................................6,67 BOBCAT COMPANY ................................................................50,51 BOMAG ..........................................................................................59 BROOKS SALES INC ....................................................................16 CAT AUCTION SERVICES FLORIDA................................................................................97 CEG SCALE MODELS ..................................................................80 CLASSIFIEDS ................................................................................84 CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO ..........................18,19 COMPANY WRENCH ....................................................................11 CONEXPO......................................................................................36 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE WANTED ................................................................................85 AUCTION PROFILE PROMO ................................................87 CONEX/CONAGG PROMO - NEWSPAPER ........................49 FLORIDA AUCTION PROMO 2014 ......................................89 CONEX/CONAGG..................................................................52 DRESSTA NORTH AMERICA ........................................................15 DYNAPAC ......................................................................................55 E D ETNYRE & CO ........................................................................42 EFFICIENCY SHORING & SUPPLY ..............................................48 FAE USA INC ................................................................................66 FLANGE LOCK ..............................................................................30 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES........................................................26 G S EQUIPMENT ............................................................................9 GENSCO EQUIPMENT LTD ..........................................................23 GOMACO CORP ............................................................................58 H & L TOOTH CO ..........................................................................31 HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL................................................29 HILLS MACHINERY COMPANY...................................................100 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ................................74,75

HYDREMA U S INC........................................................................71 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..................................99 IRON PLANET................................................................................93 JCB INC ....................................................................................68,69 JFW EQUIPMENT INC ..................................................................54 JOHN DEERE ................................................................................76 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ..........................................................81 KOBELCO CONST MACH AMERICA LLC ....................21,23,25,27 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ..........................................34,35,43,79 KUBOTA SVL..................................................................................72 KUHN EQUIPMENT SALES INC ..................................................14 LEEBOY ....................................................................................60,61 LINDER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY CO ......................................63 LMI INC TENNESSEE....................................................................13 MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS ....................................................64 MAY HEAVY EQUIPMENT ..............................................................5 MIDLAND MACHINERY CO ..........................................................42 MOBILE TRACK SOLUTIONS ......................................................34 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ....................................28 PAC SOUTH ..................................................................................25 PALADIN HEAVY CONSTRUCTION..............................................41 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO..............................................................21 POWERSCREEN ..........................................................................73 RING POWER CRANE ....................................................................6 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY....................................................27 ROAD RUNNER CONSTRUCTION ..............................................26 ROSCO MFG CO ..........................................................................65 SAKAI AMERICA INC ....................................................................54 SITECH MID-ATLANTIC ................................................................16 SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ......................................21 TAKEUCHI ......................................................................................82 TOKU AMERICA INC......................................................................25 TRACTOR TRACS INC ..................................................................67 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES....................................................47 UNITED RENTALS ........................................................................22 VOLVO COMPACTION ..................................................................62 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ......................................77 WHITE OAK EQUIPMENT INC......................................................17 WIRTGEN AMERICA............................................................40,56,57 YANMAR AMERICA ......................................................................83 YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS ..................................................96

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