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WINN, MI — Morbark, Inc., a leading manufacturer of tree care, forestry, sawmill and wood recycling equipment, is pleased to announce the territory expansion for Elliott & Frantz, Inc., into southeastern Pennsylvania. A respected Morbark forestry, recycling and tree care dealer since 2010, Elliott & Frantz adds Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania to an already well-established

tree care products territory throughout Delaware and parts of Maryland. The expansion does not change their forestry and recycling territory. Founded in 1962, Elliott & Frantz, Inc. has comprehensive experience in the construction equipment industry. They maintain a parts inventory in excess of $2 million, a complete fleet of service vehicles and a service staff with the extensive knowledge and experience required to serve the industry.

“Elliott & Frantz has been a high quality and productive dealer for Morbark,” said Casey Gross, Morbark Tree Care Products sales manager. “Their years of experience with our products and focus on the customer will meet all of our customer’s needs. We’re excited to have them expand into the greater Philadelphia area.” “Our success in the Tree Care industry in Maryland, Delaware and Northern Virginia has been a direct reflection of

Elliott & Frantz’s dedication to our customers and manufacturers,” said Peter Schaeffer, Elliott & Frantz sales manager. “We are very excited to be a part of the Morbark family and plan on being a leader with the Tree Care Products in our area of responsibility.” Elliott & Frantz, Inc. has been providing the construction industry with the finest products and the highest levels of service for nearly 50 years. In addition to the Morbark product line,

they also carry Atlas Copco, Gradall, Hitachi, Kawasaki, Terex, Wirtgen, Hamm, Vogele and Kleeman. Elliott & Frantz, Inc. has been ranked “Top Ten Dealer” with every major account in its product line. More information is available at Morbark, Inc., based in Winn, MI, has been innovating and manufacturing durable, high performance equipment for the forestry, recycling, tree care, sawmill and biomass markets for more than 50

years. Morbark equipment helps customers harvest, process and convert wood and other organic materials into valuable, useful and profitable products. The company produces a full line of whole tree and waste wood chippers, flails, brush chippers, horizontal and tub grinders, sawmill equipment, material handling systems and more. Visit “Like” us on Facebook or subscribe to our YouTube channel.

was not far behind,” Van explains. “The SENNEBOGEN unit is ideal for our clients whose machines are responsible for providing 100 percent of the handling of incoming and outgoing ferrous scrap of varying dimen-

sions, as well as cleaning up work areas.” For more information on the full line of SENNEBOGEN green line material handlers, visit the website at

Sennebogen adds Maggrapples to product line STANLEY, NC — Based on the popularity of the SENNEBOGEN four and five tine grapples, Constantino Lannes, President of SENNEBOGEN LLC is pleased to announce the newest addition to their product line,

the SENNEBOGEN MagGrapples. The combination grapples and magnets have been designed and built to SENNEBOGEN engineering specifications. Due to the number of different product scenarios,

SENNEBOGEN is offering 11 models from .75 to 1.5 cubic yards and depending upon the application and the range of product being picked up for processing or shipping, the corresponding magnets are available in 30, 36, 40


and 44 inch diameters. The MagGrapple features the same signature SENNEBOGEN robust construction continues to make them the scrap and recycler material handler market leaders. Each unit features 360 degrees rotation and is designed to accept both high radial and axial loads, which make it ideal to withstand the rigors of both pushing and pulling in recycling operations. Spiral steel hose guards help prevent hose damage and the cylinders are protected with removable guards for ease of service. For ongoing productivity the tines are protected against impacts on the outside of the jaw with a pressure release when the grapple is open. According to John Van Ruitenbeek, Vice President Sales & Marketing at SENNEBOGEN LLC, this product innovation was driven by the marketplace. “The popularity of our four tine grapples means that the development of the MagGrapple

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Southeastern Equipment Company now distributes Hyundai Complete line of construction equipment available at two Indiana locations CAMBRIDGE, OH — Southeastern Equipment Company is pleased to announce that the company now offers Hyundai Construction Equipment at its locations in Ft. Wayne and Indianapolis, IN. The equipment line includes mini excavators, crawler excavators, wheeled excavators and wheel loaders. Parts and service for all models are also available, and a diverse selection of equipment is on hand to rent. “We are proud to be a distributor of Hyundai Construction Equipment,” says Charlie Patterson, president of Southeastern Equipment

Company. “The company has received several industrial design awards for its equipment. They join our lineup of top quality brands.” The Hyundai Construction Equipment line includes 18 excavator models, with operating weights ranging from 3,640 to 18,410-pounds for their mini excavators and from 24,690 to 181,460-pounds for their full size crawler excavators. In addition, 10 wheeled excavators are available with operating weights of 12,240 to 45,200-pounds. Hyundai also offers six wheel loader models with operating weights ranging from 21,400 to 66,100-pounds, and a bucket capacity range of 2.0 to 6.5-yards.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS ADVERTISE! September. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: August 3 Crushing / Grinding / Screening / Shredding October. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: September 7 Asphalt & Concrete Recycling - Shingle Grinders, Crushers, Screens Pre-Show: TCIA November. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: October 5 Recycling Attachments & Carriers - Pedestal Breakers, Crushers, Shears, Grapples & More Annual Buyers Guide (Listing submission deadline 9/10/12) Show: TCIA Expo, November TBA December. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: November 2 Land Clearing Equipment / Chippers, Grinders, Attachments, Biomass Energy January. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: Grinders & Shredders / Metal Detection & Magnetic Separation

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Eliott & Frantz’s Morbark tree care territory expands into Pennsylvania........3 25,000th Kobelco excavator rolls off assembly line in Calhoun . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Sandvik equipment helps make Mall greener . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 People On the Move.................................19 Nothing cheesy about this operation. 2223 Classifieds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 HCEA announces corporate membership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

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RALEIGH-DURHAM, NC — Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers (NYSE and TSX: RBA), the world’s largest industrial auctioneer, will conduct a massive mining and earthmoving equipment auction on Sept 27, 2012 during the company’s grand opening auction at its new permanent auction site in RaleighDurham, NC. More than 180 pieces of

mining and earthmoving equipment are already featured in the auction, including more than 60 Caterpillar D11 crawler tractors, more than 35 Caterpillar 777 rock trucks, more than 30 wheel loaders and more — selections so large that they’re rarely seen in the heavy equipment industry in a single sale. The Sept. 27 unreserved public auction,

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the Company’s Las Vegas, NV auction site; online in real time at, or by proxy. “We have an unprecedented number of D11’s featured in our September Raleigh-Durham auction. In fact, this is more D11’s than we’ve sold in the past four years of unreserved industrial auc-

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which is set to take place one day after the completion of MINExpo International 2012 in Las Vegas, is a divestiture of non-strategic equipment from West Virginia based Trinity Coal Corporation. Bidders can register and bid in one of four ways: live and in person at the Company’s Raleigh-Durham, NC auction site; via simulcast and in person at

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tions combined,” said John Fairley, regional sales manager, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “This large selection of mining and earthmoving equipment is sure to catch the attention of both domestic and international buyers. For those who are looking for anything from big wheel loaders and crawler tractors to massive rock trucks and motor graders — this auction showcases Ritchie Bros. as the place to go when you need mining equipment. And, as with all of our auctions, each item will sell to the highest bidder, regardless of price-with no minimum bids or reserve prices.” “Trinity Coal Corp. had been using the equipment at their coking and thermal coal mining complexes in Kentucky and West Virginia,” said David Stetson, chief restructuring officer for Trinity Coal Corp. “Those in the mining industry will know D11’s are primarily mass earthmoving machines. The fleet is composed of ‘big rock job’ type machines that we primarily used to remove overburden at our coal operations in eastern Kentucky and West Virginia,” added Mr. Stetson. “At one time, our D11 fleet was the largest fleet operating anywhere in the U.S.” After being in operation for a number of years, some of the Caterpillar units are currently undergoing a refurbishing process in preparation for the September auction. All powertrain and undercarriage updates are being conducted by authorized CAT dealers. Detailed equipment information, including high-resolution photos of the equipment, is available on our website at More than 60 D11’s in a single auction event is a rare find. Companies looking for brand new equipment may have to face a wait time before acquiring a machine to put to work. “If you’re looking for a brand new D11 (from the manufacturer), you’ll have to add your name to a wait list and the queue is currently long due to high demand for mining equipment in various regions. At the September auction in

North Carolina, people will have the opportunity to find a large selection of well maintained equipment - it’s a big opportunity to acquire big iron that you can potentially put to work the following day after the auction,” added Mr. Stetson. “There is currently high demand for this type of equipment across the globe, in Canada, Latin America, Asia and even India - with Ritchie Bros. in charge of

the auction, buyers in all of these regions and beyond will have an opportunity to acquire quality earthmoving equipment at reasonable prices.” General auction details — Raleigh-Durham, NC (Sept 27, 2012): The Sept. 27 mining and earthmoving equipment auction forms part of a two day Grand Opening auction for the Company’s new Raleigh-

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CALHOUN, GA — Highlighting the continued demand for fuel efficient, high performance excavators, Kobelco Construction Machinery America announced the production of its 25,000 American made excavator at the company’s manufacturing facility in Calhoun. During a ceremony to mark the special occasion, Kobelco executives recognized staff and management who helped achieve the significant manufacturing milestone and presented the 25,000 unit to local dignitaries — including representatives from Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal’s office of Economic Development, representatives from the offices of Georgia’s U.S. senators Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson, Calhoun Mayor Jimmy Palmer, and special guests and more than 200 plant employees. “This momentous occasion reflects the continuing demand for Kobelco excavators and further emphasizes the long term success of our machines and our tradition as a technology leader,” said Jim Hasler, vice president, CNH Construction, North America. “We could not have reached this important milestone without the skills, support and dedication of the employees at this facility.” Located an hour north of Atlanta, the 280,000square-foot plant in Calhoun produces Kobelco excavators in six model classes — ranging from 16 to 48 metric tons — for customers in the United States, Canada and Latin America. The plant is on track to produce more than 1,100 Kobelco excavators in 2012. “At a time when some companies have moved production offshore, we are proud to celebrate production of the 25,000 Kobelco excavator, made right here in America,” Hasler said. “For nearly 30 years, Kobelco has been manufacturing high performance excavators in the United States, and we look forward to building our next 25,000 excavators

in Calhoun.” The 25,000 unit, a Kobelco SK350 Mark 9 Series full sized excavator, will be delivered to CLM Equipment Co. Inc., a Kobelco dealer based in Louisiana, with locations across the Gulf region. “The SK350 Mark 9 is one of the most productive machines in its size class,” said Reece Nor-

wood, Kobelco platform manager. “Built for heavy applications, the 25,000 Kobelco excavator will be able to tackle any road and bridge, sewer and underground utilities or mainline pipeline construction job out there.” Featuring industry leading breakout force and lifting capabilities,

this fast, powerful and versatile excavator can dig the trench, crane the pipe and finish with impressive precision. “The SK350 Mark 9 excavator sets the industry standard in terms of controllability, especially in multifunction applications,” Norwood said. “Operators will appreciate the impressive con-

trol and smoothness, and the added confidence will make them even more productive. The ease of operation allows even a novice excavator operator to be productive on the job.” The excavator features an upgrade to Kobelco’s legendary intelligent hydraulics, as well as a

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Sandvik equipment helps make Mall greener

A Sandvik QA440 mobile screener helps Stancills Inc. carry out ground renovations at The National Mall in Washington D.C. For some, this could be a “Picture Postcard Moment!” by Virginia Varela-Eyre, marketing manager Construction Americas Sandvik Construction The National Mall in Washington D.C., one of the most popular tourist destinations in the USA, and site to presidential inaugurations and political rallies, is the country’s most visited park. With an estimated 24 million visitors a year walking on the grounds of The Mall, the soil has been so heavily trampled and compacted that grass has been hard to grow. The state of disrepair of this national symbol has long called for renovation of its grounds. Stancills Inc. is a family owned and operated Maryland engineered soils manufacturing company located along the northern shores of the Chesapeake Bay. Founded in 1934 by G.L. Stancill, a farmer from North Carolina who ventured into the business of sand and gravel mining, Stancill started with a collection of material from gravel banks using only a shovel and a pickup truck. He funded his enterprise with savings from his four years of service in the Army. In 1938, the company’s productivity grew dramatically when Stancill acquired his first mechanical shovel and by the time the Second World War broke out, G.L.’s service to his country came in the form of his business. During that time, Stancills Inc. came to be considered essential to the war effort. As the business grew successfully, it went on to be operated by three of G.L.’s four sons. Today Stancills Inc. is run in partnership by G.L Stancill’s son Terry and Terry’s daughter Emlyn Stancill. Changing Times As the area grew, the market for construction materials became a very competitive one. Stancills Inc. needed a new strategy to stay ahead of the game. The

Rich, black topsoil rolls off the conveyor of the Sandvik QA 440 tracked screening system.

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demand for manufactured soil in the region, combined with environmental legislation requiring the use of specialized soils for storm water mitigation, made the engineered soils business a worthwhile choice. Accordingly, they chose to diversify into that specialty and away from sand and gravel mining. This vision, combined with the attention to detail of customers’ current and future needs, allowed the new business model to thrive. It made Stancills Inc. the engineered soil supplier of choice within the region. Most recently, this company stature proved essential in winning the contract for the topsoil screening project at the National Mall. The task of renovating the topsoil of one of the national symbols of the USA is not a minor one. The required material specification was very fine: 1/2inch. This material needed to be sized out from the grounds, which, over time, had accumulated a considerable amount of debris and gravel. This kind of precision screening requires a very productive and reliable machine. The Stancills chose the Sandvik QA440, a tracked unit which features Sandvik’s unique, revolutionary, patented Doublescreen technology. “We chose Sandvik because of the competitive pricing and the (unit’s) quality of course,” says Emlyn. “But most of all, we chose the Sandvik unit because of the excellent support received from Chris Quinn, from AES. His customer service (to us) has been essential. More than a salesman, he has felt like a member of our team.” The Mall jobsite The work involved feeding the stockpiled, excavated soil directly into the hopper with a loader. The QA440’s hopper can handle up to 14.8-square-yard and can be also fed from an excavator or another screener if so configured. In order to achieve the 1/2inch final product size required, this machine was fitted with 2 and 1/2-inch square meshes. The top mesh screened out oversize material, which was abundant in this project. The unit’s Doublescreen design allows for the two screen boxes to be tilted at different angles to one another for optimum efficiency. In this application, the first box was positioned at a very steep angle in order to quickly eliminate the oversized material. Because this technology is unique in the market, it makes this machine one of the most efficient and reliable mobile screeners available. Additionally, the QA440 boasts an impressive 20foot x 5-foot screening area with side and main conveyors designed for massive stockpiling capabilities of over 16-feet, 10-inches. This makes the QA440 ideal for demanding applications where production is key. Because the unit is track mounted and self-propelled, it can be easily maneuvered within the site via

Emlyn and Terry Stancill specialize in quality soils like those being replaced at the US Capitol.

remote control. That allows for easy movement and a quick start up for production in a different location. In this way, the QA440 is ideal for screening jobs where reliability, flexibility, mobility and high production are paramount. It was especially helpful on The Mall project as it is in other urban locations with restricted access. Area Manager Chris Quinn, from Advanced Equipment, distributor for Sandvik mobile crushers and screeners in the Mid-Atlantic States, says:

“Dealing with Terry and Emlyn has been an absolute pleasure. They were keen in getting the right equipment and working closely together with them in order to understand their needs has been essential. It gives me great joy to see how we have contributed to make their business prosper.” For more information on Sandvik Construction, contact them at 404-589-2823 or e-mail:

An operator dumps a load of soil to be screened into the intake hopper of the QA 440.

AES works with Stancills, Inc. for top results by by Virginia Varela-Eyre, marketing manager Construction Americas Sandvik Construction Advanced Equipment Solutions (AES), formerly Extec Eastern, is a distributor of products from world leaders in the design and manufacture of screening, crushing, conveying, shredding, mixing and recycling equipment. AES provides equipment to the quarry, mining, landfill and waste management industries, businesses that process aggregate, coal, rubble, container and municipal waste, compost, topsoil and sand. AES is an authorized dealer for Sandvik mobile crushers and screeners, as well as Edge Innovate, and Rapid International. Serving the Mid-Atlantic region, Advanced Equipment Solutions’ strengths lie in the lineup of

quality products they have at their disposal. Their ability to tailor a solution that will exceed customer’s expectations for any given requirement comes from their highly skilled team of engineers. Together, they ensure that the advice that they offer before purchase and technical backup, is the best available. AES owners, Emmet Douglas and Hugh Quinn, have worked in the mobile screening and crushing business since 1989. Together they have grown with and catered to the changes in the industry. “The industry has had its ups and downs but we have been blessed with good customers and dedicated employees who make all the difference,” says Quinn. He says that good customer relations paired with unparalleled knowledge of their products has earned

them their success throughout the years. As Regional Sales Manager for Maryland, Delaware and D.C., Christopher Quinn, has been with the company since its inception. Before joining the AES team, he worked as a serviceman directly for the manufacturer, the then called Extec. Because he has that kind of technical experience, his customers can be confident that he will help them choose the right equipment for their needs. Likewise, veteran service manager, Keiran McAliskey, is on hand to help keep the equipment running smoothly after the sale. To speak to Christopher or any member of their sales team, please contact Advanced Equipment Solutions toll free at 866-8835800.




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Search for all types of auctions at any time. New w updatess alll thee time!! Staff and management at Kobelco’s Calhoun, GA, plant were recognized for their work in producing the 25,000th Kobelco excavator.

new Economy power mode that takes Kobelco’s patented ITCS to a new level, maintaining productivity while increasing fuel efficiency by an average of 10 percent over previous models. The SK350 Mark 9 also features the industry’s first selective catalytic reduction (SCR) emission solution for excavators, delivering more engine power and fuel efficiency. By choosing SCR technology for meeting Tier 4 Interim emissions regulations, Kobelco provides leadership in engine performance, productivity and fuel efficiency. SCR is an after treatment solution that allows the excavator’s engine to do what it does best — generate power. The high efficiency in the combustion process significantly reduces fuel consumption. Delivering 269 horsepower, the SK350 Mark 9 has an operating weight of 80,909-pounds and a dig depth of 24feet, 10-inches. World class engineering and state of the art technological innovations are built into every Kobelco excavator. Kobelco’s history has included a number of important excavator “firsts”: • Swing priority; • Power Boost with “no time limit;” • Heavy Lift with “no time limit;”

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Aiken, SC Branch 1252 Old Kimbill Trail Aiken, SC 29805 (P) 803-642-0060

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The 25,000th unit, a Kobelco SK350 Mark 9 Series full sized excavator, will be delivered to CLM Equipment Co. Inc., a Kobelco dealer based in Louisiana. The SK350 Mark 9 has an operating weight of 80,909-pounds, and a dig depth of 24feet, 10-inches.

COMPANY WRENCH 4805 ScoobyLane Carroll, OH 43112 (P) 740-654-5304 (F) 740-687-9130 Toll Free 866-262-4181 Cleveland, OH Branch 525 Golden Oak Pkwy Oakwood Village, OH 44146 (P) 440-439-4567 (F) 440-439-1789 Piketon, OH Branch 3668 US Route 23 South Piketon, OH 45661 (P) 740-289-3294

Washington, PA Branch 400 West Beau St Washington, PA 15301 (P) 724-222-2447 (F) 724-22-1118

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Cookeville, TN Branch 1220 Southside Dr Cookeville, TN 38506 (P) 931-526-6222 (F) 931-526-2662

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Multi-camera safety system helps equipment operators see the big picture MONTREAL, QC — A new multi-camera operator vision system from RMT Equipment is “jobsite rated” to increase safe operation in the largest heavy duty equipment operations. The TRACK-VISION systems from RMT are equipped to connect up to four cameras to a single monitor. According to Marc Lefebvre, sales manager for RMT, “Installing a four camera system on your mining truck or crushing plant is as easy as setting up one backup camera. You just run the insulated cable from the camera and plug it in.” Lefebvre says that safety conscious equipment owners are now equipping more machines with multiple cameras to bring rear and side views of the jobsite into the cab along with “tool views, with the camera mounted all round the machine or on a primary or secondary crusher or conveyor system.” TRACK-VISION monitors borrow a page from the security camera industry by offering operators a choice of displays for the images from their cameras. Using the “quad box option,” display modes include a fixed view of a single selected camera, or an auto mode that rotates through all cameras in sequence, or a split screen view that displays all camera images together. The high resolution 800 x 480 image on the standard 7-inch monitor ensures a clear look in all directions with the split view display. The optional 10-inch TRACK-VISION monitor is also available for applications in which the split screen will be used frequently or for viewing large work zones. The On Screen Display (OSD) system built into the monitor enables users to label their views in terms that are most meaningful and intuitive for the operator. Multiple backup safety

cameras are essential for operating large machines or crushing plants. Along with excavators, Lefebvre especially recommends boom cameras for demolition equipment, where the operator may reach over and behind a wall when equipped with either a breaker or shear. Unlike devices designed for automotive or surveillance use, however, TRACK-VISION monitors are built specifically for the working conditions faced by heavy equipment. The brightness of the TRACK-VISION monitors adjust automatically to ambient light, ensuring clarity and reducing operator fatigue throughout long duty cycles in any season. An integrated sun visor is included in all models. The LED displays are housed in fully watertight enclosures to prevent moisture and humidity from clouding the view or damaging internal electronics. They are proven resistant to impacts and vibration and they have tested successfully in temperatures ranging from -50 to 185 degrees. For additional reliability, the monitors are equipped with built-in surge protection and filtering to insulate internal components from uneven power supply. All TRACK-VISION monitors are compatible with both 12 V and 24 V electrical systems. Established by Bob and Marc Lefebvre in 1996, today RMT Equipment is a leading North American specialist in weighing solutions and the TRACK-VISION Camera System for wheel loaders, forklifts, log loaders, excavators, mining trucks, scrapers and conveyor belt scales and metal detectors. RMT is the North American Head Office for the VEI Payload Management Systems (Loader Scales) and the Canadian Head Office for SciTronics belt scales and metal detectors. In 2010,

RMT introduced North America to the XW family of wireless crane scales and grapple scales developed by Intermercato AB of Sweden. RMT systems and solutions are sold and serviced by a growing network of equipment dealers throughout the United

States and Canada. For further information, contact Marc Lefebvre, sales manager, North America, RMT Equipment Inc., 370 Labelle, Suite 114, Laval, QC Canada H7P 2P1, 800-648-8132, 450-6220682, or visit

A single monitor can manage up to four cameras.

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COMPANY WRENCH 4805 ScoobyLane Carroll, OH 43112 (P) 740-654-5304 (F) 740-687-9130 Toll Free 866-262-4181 Cleveland, OH Branch 525 Golden Oak Pkwy Oakwood Village, OH 44146 (P) 440-439-4567 (F) 440-439-1789

Piketon, OH Branch 3668 US Route 23 South Piketon, OH 45661 (P) 740-289-3294 Washington, PA Branch 400 West Beau St Washington, PA 15301 (P) 724-222-2447 (F) 724-22-1118

Indianapolis, IN Branch 7019 Brookville Rd Indianapolis, IN 46239 (P) 317-375-7790 (F) 317-375-7792

Rineyville, KY Branch 6300 Rineyville Rd Rineyville, KY 40162 (P)270-360-1010 (F)270-360-1050

Jacksonville, FL Branch 4710 Dignan Street Jacksonville, FL 32254 (P) 904-268-6554 (F) 904-268-0939

Cookeville,TN Branch 1220 Southside Dr Cookeville, TN 38506 (P) 931-526-6222 (F) 931-526-2662

Aiken, SC Branch 1252 Old Kimbill Trail Aiken, SC 29805 (P) 803-642-0060 (F) 803-642-0209

Plant City, FL Branch 2812 Airport Rd Plant City, FL 33563 (P) 813-754-5800 (F) 813-754-5801

Pasco,WA Branch 2300 N Commercial Ave Pasco, WA 99301 (P) 509-728-6614 Vancouver,WA Branch 3909 NW Fruit Valley Rd Vancouver, WA 98660-1278 (P) 360-694-7157 NJ Branch (P) 740-422-6045 (P) 609-313-0720

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Atlantic Equipment celebrates 10 years as a top SENNEBOGEN dealer Recent sales success rewards Atlantic’s pioneering work to establish “simple” material handlers as the industry standard in America HAMPTON, VA — In scrap handling facilities from coast to coast, the distinctive green machines from SENNEBOGEN are one of the industry’s most familiar sights, loading trucks and barges, feeding shredders, stacking bales… Today, SENNEBOGEN is recognized everywhere as a leader in purpose built material handling equipment. But 10 years ago, it was a different story. “When we began selling SENNEBOGEN, we were taking in a machine that nobody had ever heard of,” recalls Garland Miles, sales manager of Atlantic Equipment & Supply Inc., based in Hampton, VA. “Sales were not easy. We were going to the expense and the time to basically give customers a machine and hope we could convert it into a sale once they could see how it worked and why we were promoting it to them.” In 2012, Atlantic has been celebrating its 10th year with SENNEBOGEN after winning the manufacturer’s “Dealer of the Year” award as the top selling distributor in 2011. Constantino Lannes, president of SENNEBOGEN LLC, said, “It’s a pleasure to have this opportunity to recognize the great work Atlantic Equipment has been doing for us for so many years. They show what can be accomplished if you develop and serve the territory well.”

Rooted in equipment service and repair Jim Smelgus, president of Atlantic, founded the firm as an equipment repair and service business more than 20 years ago. When Erich Sennebogen arrived from Germany looking for someone to help launch his family’s material handlers in America, Smelgus’ focus on service and parts dovetailed perfectly with the company’s blueprint for long term success. “These weren’t the first true material handlers we had seen,” says Smelgus. “But most scrap yards were still using cable cranes and antiquated excavators that were converted with some kind of grapple. Being first doesn’t always mean better! The first line of material handlers to come here failed because of service.” Atlantic entered the equipment sales business with customers’ confidence that Smelgus and his team would stand behind the product. SENNEBOGEN’s plan was to reinforce that confidence with reliable parts supply and excellent application support. Smelgus notes that SENNEBOGEN’s nationwide sales success is still rooted in its commitment to the service side of the business. After establishing a base in Charlotte, NC, SENNEBOGEN built a 54,000-squarefoot parts warehouse and training facility in the nearby town of Stanley. Recently, Lannes announced expansion plans that will nearly double its size to 100,000-squarefeet by the end of 2012. “What they have done to improve the product in just the past five years

has been phenomenal,” Smelgus says. “It just goes to show you that they are very committed to the North American market and they have listened carefully to both the dealers and their customers. Through that, you can see why so many equipment customers have become SENNEBOGEN customers.” Support leads sales growth According to Garland

Miles, the second key point in SENNEBOGEN’s growth strategy was to avoid growing too fast. “Erich Sennebogen’s game plan from the getgo was to focus on quality and service. He didn’t start off dumping machines with low ball prices, he did it the old fashioned way: by proving the machine was a good one.” The company set a policy that it would not sell a machine until a

servicing dealer was in place locally and the complete parts list was on the shelf. The Atlantic team took an active part in helping SENNEBOGEN refine its program for the U.S. market. Smelgus’ fluency in German helped to establish a close friendship with the founder of the family firm, the late Erich Sennebogen Sr. “Erich Sr. was very personable and as down-to-earth as any-

one could be. He was very open-minded to our experience with the material handling industry in the U.S., so it was a learning experience for both of us.” A winning strategy The gamble ultimately paid off as SENNEBOGEN emerged as a highly trusted brand, not only in America’s scrap yards, but in river ports, waste handling, mills and

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forestry applications as well. “The scrap business is a real fraternity,” Miles observes. “If one guy does something, the others know about it; word just spreads.” “SENNEBOGEN was an unknown then but once when you got around to telling them it was a non-computerized system, that’s when they stood up and took notice,” he continues. “Especially when the customer had a shredder in the yard. For other machines with a


Atlantic from 14 computer onboard, all the fluff would just make a mess of the connections and the normal mechanic had no way to fix them. The simplicity of SENNEBOGEN means that our techs can at least walk their mechanics through some of the less complicated issues in order to keep them operational. With a few minutes on the phone, we can get them up and running, then they turn around and make us look good to the people buying the equipment.”

(L-R) Clayton Parker, Sales and Garland Miles, Sales Manager Atlantic Equipment, Erich Sennebogen, Managing Director SENNEBOGEN GmbH, Jim Smelgus, President Atlantic Equipment, Constantino Lannes, President of SENNEBOGEN LLC

(L-R) In 2002, Garland Miles of Atlantic Equipment, Andreas Ernst of SENNEBOGEN, Clayton Parker of Atlantic Equipment, Gus Arenas stand with Erich Sennebogen, the company's founder as part of the 50th anniversary celebration. Repeat sales sustain growth The foundation that Atlantic helped to build with quality and service led the dealership to its highly successful sales year in 2011. Serving a territory that includes Maryland and Virginia, Atlantic still finds new opportunities to expand its customer base. “Most of those early prospects in the scrap business that didn’t get on board with us 10 years ago have since become SENNEBOGEN customers,” says Miles. “Since most of the scrap processed here is going to export, up to 90 percent of it, we recently took

on container tilters so we can deliver a complete top-loading solution for yards shipping through the Port of Baltimore. At this point in Atlantic’s sales strategy, Smelgus and Miles agree that, “… repeat business is our claim to fame…” With commitment to service as their cornerstone, Atlantic and SENNEBOGEN look forward to seeing every sale from past turn into satisfied customers for the future. Visit the website at


Dynamic Product Development as Terex Woodsman launch new trommel range Terex Woodsman has launched two new products, the new Terex® Woodsman 810 Trommel and Terex Woodsman 830 Trommel as part of its continuing dynamic product development program. “The Terex Woodsman 810 and Terex Woodsman 830 build on and complement our current brush chipper and biomass product range. This represents the next step in the evolution of our dynamic product development program. With these additional products we are firmly setting ourselves to meet the needs of not only our existing customers but new customers as well” said Barry DeLau, Global Sales and Marketing director. The Terex Woodsman 810 is a mid-sized two way split trommel screen designed for quick set up time for high throughput. Key features include a large screen area, four wheel friction drum drive system, load sensing kick-out control system on the feeder conveyor and hydraulic folding onboard conveyors. With low maintenance and ease of operation the Woodsman 810 has been designed to work in a variety of applications; wood chips, top soil, compost and recycling. The Terex Woodsman 830 is the largest model within the Terex Woods-

man trommel range. Key features include the largest screen area within the trommel range, a low maintenance four wheel drive friction drum drive system, proportional load sensing on the feeder conveyor helps to eliminate blockages, downtime

and hydraulic folding conveyors. The Woodsman 830 has been designed to work in variety of applications; wood chips, top soil, compost and recycling. The Woodsman 810 and 830 Trommel will became available in March. To view

all the Terex Woodsman products, visit Terex Corp. is a diversified global manufacturer of a broad range of equipment that is focused on delivering reliable, customer driven solutions for many applications, in-

cluding the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility and manufacturing industries. Terex reports in five business segments: Aerial Work Platforms; Construction; Cranes; Material Han-

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2006 John Deere 648G Series III 4x4 Skidder/Grapple - Call for Pricing

2008 Rayco Super RG50, Repo Machine, Only 171 hours! Call for Pricing

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2002 Morbark Mountain Goat 20/36 Track Chipper with Loader, Cummins Diesel, Low Hours! - Call for Pricing

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2012 Morbark 30/36 Track Drum Chipper, Get the Job Done Right! Call for Pricing

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CHIPPERS 20122 Morbarkk Beeverr M15R Cat 142HP, New and Unused! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 20122 Morbarkk Beeverr M18R,, Cat 213HP, Tandem Axle - Nice! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 20088 Mo orbarkk Tornadoo 15, 140-HP Deere Diesel, Winch, 1,000 Hrs., Real Workhorse! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 20066 Morbarkk Blizzardd 12 Auto Feed, Needed TLC and Got it Here! . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 20044 Morbarkk Hurricane 18” Chipper, Tandem w/Winch, 180 CAT, Recent Trade In . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 20011 Morbarkk Hurricanee 2400XL 18” Capacity, 180-HP Cummins, Nice Shape! .Calll forr Pricee STUMP GRINDERS Speciall Discountss onn Alll Inn Stockk Stumpp Cutterss - Calll Forr Price! 20122 Raycoo 1645SJRS - New Model - Has Swing Out Panel, 4x4, Blade, Trailer . . Calll forr Price

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20122 Raycoo C-1000 LGP,, Forestry Mower, Predator Head, Kubota Diesel! . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 20122 Raycoo 16355 Tracc Jr.,, 35-HP, Go Anywhere Machine, with or without Trailer! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price MISCELLANEOUS Morbarkk “Mutt”” Forestryy Loader, Comes with Grapple & Stump Splitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price FAE,, UML/SSLL 125, mower attachment, used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price FAE,, UMM M EXX 125, mower attachment, used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price Raycoo & Rockland log grapples, used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price Davco mower attachment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Priice Rotobec grapple with RT252 rotator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price Bobcatt LR5A landscape rake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price

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ROANOKE, VA — Lawrence Equipment is pleased to announce that Greg Middleton is the new sales representative for Richmond. He is responsible for all equipment sales in central Virginia. “Lawrence Equipment welcomes Greg Middleton to the sales team,” says Ron Spangler, CEO of Lawrence Equipment. “Along with a passion for

construction equipment, Greg brings a decade of sales experience to help us grow our business in the Richmond area.” A native of Richmond, Middleton has amassed a wide range of experience with construction equipment over the past 12 years that includes servicing machines and selling new and used equipment and rentals.

The Primary Machinery advertisement that appeared in the July and August issues of Waste Handling Equipment News incorrectly listed the price for the 2007 Peterson Pacific 4700B. The price should have been listed as $359,000. Lee Publications regrets the error and apologizes for any inconvenience caused by this inadvertent mistake.

Middleton earned a bachelors degree in aviation maintenance management from EmbryRiddle Aeronautical University. He resides in the Richmond area. Lawrence Equipment has been selling, servicing and renting heavy

People On the Move equipment since 2003. The company has four locations throughout Virginia. Manufacturers represented by Lawrence Equipment include: Case Construction, Case IH, Interstate Trailer, Tow-

master Trailers, Bandit, Wacker Neuson, Furukawa, Werk-Brau, Paladin, Woods, Genesis, Haybuster, Tube•Line, Dixie Trailer & Truck, and a wide variety of companies that manufac-

turer ground and heavy equipment attachments. To find a local office, call the company at 540-9660151 or visit their website at

Steinert US to host charity golf outing and new facility open house WALTON, KY — Steinert U.S., a leading supplier of separation equipment for the material recovery and recycling industries, will host a charity golf outing and open house Sep19-20 to showcase its new facility in

Walton, KY. The Steinert Open House will feature a full day of workshops, facility tours, test lab demonstrations, and an evening of celebration. There is no cost to attend and all are welcome!

In addition, Steinert will host a Charity Golf Outing on September 19th. This event is completely optional. Cost to participate in the golf outing is $175/golfer and includes greens fees, cart, dinner, and drinks. All proceeds will

benefit Cincinnati Children's Hospital. For more information, and to register for the Open or Golf Outing, please visit or call us at 800595-4014.

New and Used Recycling Equipment 2007 Vermeer TG7000 Approx. 2800 hours, Cat 3412E 1056HP, Very Nice! Good Condition! $399,000

1999 Morbark 5600 Cat 3412E Rebuilt Engine, New Feed Chains, VERY NICE MACHINE! - HOT DEAL!! Was $180,000 Now $170,000

2000 Morbark 3036 Good Condition, Ready to Chip! Was $105,000 Now $99,000

2007 Morbark 2755 Flail Chiparvestor, Approx 3800 hours Was $499,000 Now $335,000

1999 Morbark 1300 Cat 3412E 860HP Engine, Approx. 600 Hrs on Cat Rebuild New Lower Price! Was $140,000 NOW $100,000

1997 Morbark 1200 NEW Cat 3412 650HP, New Clutch, Rebuilt Mill Excellent Condition! Smokin’ Deal $135,000

2009 Morbark 3800T Cat 700HP w/Engine Warranty Remaining, Approx. 5500 Hrs, VERY NICE!! New Lower Price! Was $325,000 NOW $320,000!!

2007 Peterson Pacific 4700B Approx. 3500 Hrs., Shingle Pkg., New Mil Shaft & Bearings, Very Nice Machine! $340,000 OBO

2008 Doppstadt DW-3060K Slow Speed High Torque Shredder, Approx. 2000 Hrs on Rebuilt Engine, Excellent Condition! $355,000



2000 Peterson Pacific HC5400 Lots of updates, good condition, ready to grind! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000 . . . 2000 Morbark 1200XLT CAT engine, approx. 6400 hours, good working condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Vermeer TG7000 CAT 3412E, 1000HP, approx. 6800 hrs, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$299,000 . . . 1993 Morbark 3036 CAT 300HP engine, compressor, many extras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 . . . 2002 Vermeer HG525 CAT 525HP, many recent updates, very nice! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$165,000 . . . . 2006 Vermeer HG6000TX Approx. 1900 hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$325,000 . . . 2003 Morbark 1300NCL CAT 1000HP engine, approx. 4500 hours! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$190,000 . . . 2003 Morbark 7600 CAT 3412E, 1000HP engine, approx. 3000 hours, VERY NICE! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$300,000 . . . 2007 Morbark 2755 Chiparvester, approx. 3800 hours, VERY Good Condition! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$499,000 . . . 2005 Vermeer HG6000 CAT C16 630HP, approx. 2800 hours, NICE MACHINE! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$189,000 . . . 2004 Morbark 3600T CAT 525HP engine, approx. 1000 hours, Lower Price! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$229,000 . . . 2004 Peterson Pacific 2410 approx. 6500 hours, VERY NICE MACHINE! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 HogZilla 1564T Caterpillar engine approx. 3800 hours GOOD CONDITION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


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The new Terex Fuchs MHL350 E makes significant advancements in power, performance and efficiency SOUTHAVEN, MS — The new Terex Fuchs MHL350 E material handler is the first in a series of model introductions featuring the Terex Fuchs exclusive BlueEVOLUTION approach to machine design and sustainability. Terex Fuchs is one of the first manufacturers to offer purpose built material handlers that conform to Tier 4i (Stage III B) emissions

standards. Beyond operating more environmentally friendly, the new Terex Fuchs MHL350 E boasts many design advancements, including: • An eight percent increase in engine power while reducing specific fuel consumption by 11 percent; • New push button engine start/stop control to help properly manage engine shutdown;

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Purpose built to withstand the extreme operating conditions encountered in scrap handling and recycling applications, the new Terex Fuchs MHL350 E also incorporates many features found on its predecessor that deliver reliable operation.

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display for improved operator productivity; • Magnet generator system functions integrated into the cab display for operator efficiency; and • Standard rearview camera for improved worksite visibility. The new turbocharged diesel engine of the MHL350 E features increased power and lower fuel consumption. The new handler boasts a 214 hp engine, eight percent more power output than the MHL350 D. At the

same time, specific fuel consumption of the engine is reduced by 11 percent. Economical and environmentally friendly, the MHL350 E runs cleaner and more efficiently than ever before. The handler’s engine features a cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system with Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) and Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) to offer the latest in emissions control technology. Regeneration of the particulate

filter cleaning occurs automatically, without impacting machine performance. The regeneration process can be temporarily interrupted, if necessary, by pressing an indicator button located on the control panel. Engine start/stop is now push button controlled to properly manage engine shutdown while under critical load conditions or during DPF regeneration. A new high performance main hydraulic pump increases pump capacity by

three percent. Combined with improved engine performance, the increased oil flow provides greater handling efficiency of the MHL350 E. Both the engine and hydraulic system incorporate larger cooling systems protected by vented panels that provide increased airflow. The engine’s new hydraulically powered fan is designed to automatically adjust airflow based on operating conditions to provide an optimal level of cooling. Controls inside the

spacious cab have been updated to improve operator efficiency and comfort. At 23 percent larger than previous designs, the Wide Video Graphics Array (WVGA) display includes a higher resolution and higher contrast screen with an antiglare shield and scratch resistant coating. Intuitive controls make for a short learning curve of MHL350 E operation and the ergonomic multifunction button delivers effortless fingertip navigation through the display. The Man Machine Interface (MMI) box for the standard 20 kW onboard generator system is now incorporated into the cab display for improved efficiency. The MHL350 E offers four operating modes for the magnet attachment — small, medium and large parts handling and a jogging mode for sorting. Machine filters and central lubrication system are accessed via a stow away ladder leading to the machine’s centrally located service platform. The handler’s fuel prefilter is now mounted on top of the fuel tank for easier servicing. The large coolers for the engine and hydraulic system are lockable and readily accessed from ground level. Additional CAN Bus connections found on the MHL350 E expand diagnostic capabilities, so service technicians can identify and address underlying issues. Hydraulically height adjustable, the handler’s cab offers a maximum eye level elevation of up to 18.4-foot above ground level, improving performance during loading/unloading procedures. Its cushioned cab elevation system provides absorption of shocks and jolts for operator comfort. The new MHL350 E is equipped with a standard rearview camera system. Color video of the area behind the machine is

visible on the WVGA display, providing an expanded view of the work area around the machine. The handler’s contoured counterweight is designed to protect the camera from damage during operation. Purpose built to withstand the extreme operating conditions encountered in scrap handling and recycling applications, the new Terex Fuchs MHL350 E also incorporates many features found on its predecessor that deliver reliable operation. Rigid hydraulic pipes on the stick, boom and undercarriage offer superior protection from damage. Steel plates shielding the hydraulic lines at the end of the stick offer additional protection against damage to improve system reliability. Inverted hydraulic cylinder mounting provides protection during truck and rail car loading/unloading and reduces exposure to debris and moisture to improve longevity. The MHL350 E’s rugged double row slewing ring design disperses forces over two rows of bearings to improve component service life and durability. Terex Corporation is a diversified global manufacturer of a broad range of equipment that is focused on delivering reliable, customer driven solutions for many applications, including the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility and manufacturing industries. Terex reports in five business segments: Aerial Work Platforms; Construction; Cranes; Material Handling & Port Solutions and Materials Processing. Terex offers financial products and services to assist in the acquisition of equipment through Terex Financial Services. More information can be found at


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Nothing cheesy about this operation Wisconsin company turns DNR requirement into a thriving wood waste operation.

Material of all sizes grinds well in the Woodhog. It’s believed by many that everything happens for a reason and that, even though we fail to immediately see the purpose behind an event or an action, something good will come of it. Such was the case for Zblewski Brothers, LLC. Operating a growing tree service company in the late ‘70s, they’d become accustomed to bringing wood waste from their projects back to their property to stockpile and burn. While effective, the activity eventually caught the attention of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) which told them that, because of the growing volumes, an alternative method of wood waste disposal would have to be found. To some, this would have been a deterrent to continued operation; to the Zblewski’s it ushered in a new era of growth. As the company nears its 35th year in business, it has embraced a number of different grinding and chipping technologies over the years, currently operates a Morbark 6600 Wood Hog to replace the large scale bonfire, and has become the go-to source for landclearing in central Wisconsin. Though they haven’t formally thanked the DNR, the thought is there. Excellence in Iron Based in Plover, WI, just outside Stevens Point, Zblewski Brothers has a rich history, much of which

Jeremy Weber moves a load of timber into place on the way to the grinder.

Consistent, ground material pours out of the discharge conveyor of Zblewski's Morbark Woodhog.

revolves around a continual effort to make the wood waste recycling process better through continued improvement in its equipment. According to owner Roger Zblewski, that effort started in 1978, shortly after the no burn notification from the DNR. “When we realized that we would no longer be burning debris, we went to a Morbark office that was located in Tomahawk at the time and looked at a small gas powered chipper,” he says. “Knowing what we had to do in terms of volume, I told the salesman I didn’t think that was going to do it. We decided to get a larger diesel instead and haven’t looked back since.” He adds that a close relationship with Morbark developed, and years later when the company was working on an early design of a larger chipper,

Zblewski was invited to the plant in Michigan to look at the unit, identify any problem areas, offer any suggestions to make it better, etc. “That’s really what we like about the company,” he says. “They reach out to users like me to see what we think or what we’d change, and then incorporate our suggestions into their new designs. I’m fairly sure that doesn’t go on everywhere else in the industry.” Moving up As Zblewski Brothers’ business grew from a tree service company to one with more of an emphasis on land clearing, so too, did its choice of equipment. While chippers were fine during those early years (the company had worked its way up to a 36-inch model), larger diameter debris and a growing volume made

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ZblewskiBros. from 22 additional moves necessary. Zblewski says a horizontal grinder made the most sense. “By this time — it was around 1998-we had found local paper plants who were interested in our material and, for them, material size was not really a concern since they were reprocessing the material through a hammermill at their plants. So we once again turned to Morbark and this time purchased a 5600 Wood Hog. The horizontal grinder gave us the volumes we needed to keep them supplied. With that move, I guess we were officially in the recycling business.” The company relied upon that 5600 for more than six years until volumes again grew to such an extent that an additional upsizing was needed. In 2004, they took delivery of a 6600 Wood Hog which is still in use today and which Zblewski says has been an amazing machine. “The 6600 has been outstanding for us since we bought it — and we are coming up on eight years of solid use,” says Dennis Zblewski. “A good deal of that satisfaction is, obviously, because Morbark builds machines to stand up to punishment. But I also know that we maintain our equipment better than most. By comparison, we knew a local company that had an identical machine to ours and ran it into the ground by not doing any maintenance on it at all. This is a lot different from a payloader in which the only thing that takes any punishment is the bucket. On a grinder, the whole machine is constantly working for you and it needs attention. After all this time, ours is faded, but it still runs like a top.” Roger Zblewski stresses that they traded in their 5600 only because they needed additional volume, not because there was anything they didn’t like about the unit. “In fact, not too long ago I heard that that same machine is currently at work making boiler fuel in far northern Canada. You just can’t keep a good machine down.” Choices abound While they do accept material from area businesses and residents at their eight acre site, the overwhelming majority of the material they get comes from their own landclearing projects. Zblewski says they generally operate within a 100 mile radius of their location and have a couple of options for handling the onsite debris: they can either process and load the material at the site, or haul it back to their location to be run through the grinder. Onsite work, he says can be equally varied. “Landclearing work varies from job to job,” he says. “But ideally we like to get in there with an excavator and our grinder, process the material, load it into trucks and send it off to the mills. Occasionally, we run into logs that need downsizing on the spot and for those cases, we contacted Wally Robison, Morbark’s regional sales manager, who hooked us up with a Morbark stump shear that we call the ‘dinosaur nose.’ It will split almost anything and really helps keep efficiencies up for us.” The grinding operation has grown to such an extent that, what was once an offshoot of the tree service

Timber disappears into the Woodhog at this project site.

Jeremy Weber places a load of wood waste into the grinder with a Volvo L90F.

Even old wooden fencing material becomes a useful resource when it comes to making quality mulch and biofuel. company, is now generating roughly 500 tons of and Scott Skibba, laborers, round out the Zblewski boiler fuel per week. Brothers team. “We are fortunate to have a customer who will take “Even Jeremy and Scott, who are not relatives, just about everything we can give them,” says have been here long enough to feel like family,” says Zblewski. “Mind you, because so much of the waste Zblewski. “We all take a lot of pride in what we do and we handle is diseased wood, all of our material goes I think that’s part of the reason we’ve been able to do strictly for hog fuel — there really is no other use for this for so long. We’ve also been fortunate to have a it at that point. However, we take the fines that are great relationship, not just with Morbark, but also generated as a part of the grinding process, compost with Nortrax, our equipment dealer. Bruce Stitely, them and create a rich black dirt which we sell in our Nortrax rep, is a former Morbark employee and bulk to area residents and companies. It’s a nice has been calling on us in one form or another for additional source of revenue from what was once just more than 20 years now. That means a lot in terms a waste product.” of understanding our grinding needs and getting All in the family things done. All told, we’ve been really blessed to As the name implies, Zblewski Brothers is truly a have had such great relationships over the years and family affair. Joining Roger in the operation are his look forward to what’s to come.” brother Fred; sons Jon and Dennis; his wife Millie For more information about Morbark products, who manages the office and daughter-in-law Jaclyn visit their website at who works part time in their office. Jeremy Weber


SweepEx’s Mega 720 MADISON HEIGHTS, MI — The SweepEx Mega 720 broom attachment is built with a 72-inch long mainframe, making it the largest unit within the Mega Series line. Ideal for a wide variety of applications including cleanup of dirt, leaves, snow, material spills, standing water, steel shavings and gravel, the SweepEx Mega Series broom attachment is adaptable to most service vehicles. Mounting kits for forklifts, bucket lips, three point hitches (class 1 and 2) and skid-

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Advance Tire introduces new Kolossus tire MILLSTONE TOWNSHIP, NJ — Advance Tire Inc. has just introduced the Kolossus Solid Tire to the U.S. market. The Kolossus soft ride solid

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Calendar of Events WASTE HANDLING EQUIPMENT NEWS E-mail announcement of your upcoming event(s) to: We must receive your information, plus a contact phone number, prior to the deadline that's noted under the Announcements heading on the 1st page of these WHEN Classifieds. *** SEP 11-13 Western States Regional In-Place Recycling Conference Radisson Ontario Airport Hotel. A Conference on InPlace Recycling for State, local and Federal Agency Officials, Academia & Industry. On Internet at w w w . p a v e m e n t conferences/regional-inplace-recycling-conferences SEP 19-20 Steinert U.S. to Host Charity Golf Outing and New Facility Open House Walton, KY. A full day of workshops, facility tours, test lab demonstrations and an evening of celebration. There is no cost to attend and all are welcome! Cost to participate in the golf outing is $175/golfer and includes greens fees, cart, dinner and drinks. All proceeds will benefit Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Call 800-5954014. On Internet at steinert-open SEP 10-12 Corporate Recycling & Waste Conference Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, Gaylord Palms Resort, Orlando, FL. The CRWC is a world class business conference that focuses on how business executives can advance their organizations’ sustainability issues while controlling expenses and maximizing profits. On Internet at http://wasterecyclingnews.c om/corporate-recyclingwaste-conference#Register SEP 12-14 22nd Annual Arkansas Recycling Coalition Conference & Trade Show Little Rock, AR. Contact Cherie O’Mary, 866-2901429. On Internet at SEP 14-16 HCEA Convention & Old Equipment Exhibition National Construction Equipment Museum, Bowling Green, Ohio. The show features demonstrations and displays of horse drawn, steam, gas and diesel powered antique construction machinery, cable and hydraulic shovels and cranes, hit and miss engines, antique trucks and tractors and more. This year’s show will include the annual convention of the

Antique Caterpillar Machinery Owners Club, and will feature numerous restored Caterpillar machines. Show hours are Friday, 9 am to dusk; Saturday, 9-5; Sunday, 9-3. Admission per person 12 or over is $7 daily, or $15 for a weekend pass. Call 419-352-5616 or e-mail On Internet at SEP 18 Green is Good for Business Conference Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, Columbia, SC. Contact Mary Pat Baldauf , 803-545-2722 SEP 26-27 Mining and Earthmoving Equipment Auction 800 Business Park Dr., Butner, NC. Call 704 873 6633. On Internet at SEP 27 Massive Mining and Earth Moving Equipment Auction 800 Business Park Dr., Butner, NC. More than 180 pieces of mining and earthmoving equipment are already featured in the auction, including more than 60 Caterpillar D11 crawler tractors, more than 35 Caterpillar 777 rock trucks, more than 30 wheel loaders and more. Call 704-644-2468. OCT 23-25 ISRI Board of Directors and Committee Meeting The Ritz Carlton, Cleveland, OH. OCT 24-25 Waste Handling Equipment News Recycling Expo North Monroe County Fairgrounds, Henrietta, NY. Contact Ken Maring, 518-6733237. On Internet at m NOV 7 Tree Care Industry Association Expo 2012 Baltimore, MD. Pre-conference Nov. 7, Expo Nov. 8-10. Call 800-733-2622 On Internet at NOV 12-13 2012 Southeast Food Waste Reduction Conference Hilton University Place, Charlotte, NC. See website for more information. On Internet at

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HCEA announces corporate memberships BOWLING GREEN, OHIO — The Historical Construction Equipment

Association (HCEA), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to pre-

serving the history of the construction, dredging and surface mining

equipment industries, announces three new corporate memberships. W. W. Williams, one of the nation’s leading industrial distribution, repair and service companies, celebrates its centennial this year. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, its heritage includes dealerships for Austin-Western, Euclid, Koehring, Terex and numerous other construction lines. It has been a major dealer for Detroit Diesel Allison since 1977, and has diversified into rentals and military logistics while representing Sterling trucks and Deutz, Yanmar, Isuzu, Mercedes-Benz engines and other lines. H & K Equipment, Inc., of Pittsburgh, PA, provides a broad range of services for material handling and industrial cleaning equipment. An integral part of the lift truck market in the Pittsburgh area since 1935, their services range from new and used truck sales, leasing and rentals to service, parts and remanufacturing. Rudolph/Libbe Companies is headquartered near Toledo, Ohio, and consists of two self-performing general contractors. Rudolph/Libbe Inc., operates nationally and many of its superintend-

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ents, foremen and trades workers who staff its projects have been with the firm for over 30 years. GEM Inc. was founded in 1982 and is consistently ranked among the Engineering News Record’s top 600 Specialty Contractors. Corporate members designate up to five of their officers and employees to receive the HCEA’s quarterly magazine, Equipment Echoes and VIP passes to its annual International Convention and Old Equipment Exposition, to be held next at its Bowling Green, Ohio, headquarters September 14-16, 2012. They also receive links on the HCEA’s website at, and are being publicized in Equipment Echoes and in press releases to trade publications and websites. The HCEA was founded in 1986 and has over 4,300 members in twenty five countries. In addition to its magazine and hosting an annual working exhibition of restored construction equipment, it operates the National Construction Equipment Museum and archives in Bowling Green, Ohio. Individual memberships are $30 within the USA and Canada, and $40 U.S. elsewhere. Information is available at, or by calling 419-352-5616 or emailing

SKF ‘Three Barrier Solution’ introduces a bundle of products to increase reliability of bearings for conveyors operating in harsh conditions A unique SKF “Three Barrier Solution” for conveyor applications exposed to extremely harsh conditions introduces a bundle of environmentally friendly products designed to increase bearing reliability and extend service life without the use of solid lubricants, auxiliary seals, or large quantities of grease. This conveyor solution ideally suits operations in the mining, cement and aggregates, steel, forestry, and pulp and paper industries, among others. The “Three Barrier Solution” consists of four interrelated components: Factory sealed and upgraded SKF Explorer performance class spherical roller bearings, optimized split pillow block housings, PosiTrac Plus™ type seals for the housing and 60 percent to 80 percent grease fill inside the housing. The bearing is lubricated, sealed and mounted inside the housing, which is then internally greased and sealed. This creates three layers (“three barriers”) of protection for the bearing during operation: The integral bearing seals keep the lubricant in and contaminants out of the bearing cavity; the PosiTrac Plus seals in the housing protect against extremely fine contaminants and eliminate any

need for expensive auxiliary (such as taconite) seals; and the grease packed into the housing on both sides of the sealed bearing complete the protection. Users can realize increased bearing reliability and service life and reduced lubricant consumption, environmental impact, maintenance costs and unplanned downtime. Contact SKF USA Inc., 890 Forty Foot Rd., P.O. Box 352, Lansdale, PA 19446. Call 800-4404SKF (toll free), e-mail or visit SKF is a leading global supplier of bearings, seals, mechatronics, lubrication systems and services, which include technical support, maintenance and reliability services, engineering consulting and training. SKF is represented in more than 130 countries and has around 15,000 distributor locations worldwide.

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