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FLO Components Ltd. Announces Final Winner In 40th Anniversary Giveaway Contest! FLO COMPONENTS

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Automatic Greasing Systems specialist FLO Components Ltd.’s announces the winner of the third and final draw in its 40th Anniversary Giveaway Contest. Gabriel Lopez, Marketing Specialist at FLO announced; “Thomas Steckel of Guelph, Ontario is the final lucky winner in our anniversary celebration contest. Thomas’ name was drawn randomly from all eligible entries and he successfully answered a skill testing question.”

third prize, Steckel had a choice of either the same PowerLuber & PowerLock Pack from the first two giveaways or a FLO Components “18-point Automatic Lubrication System in a box”, which according to Lopez is a complete automatic lubrication system kit capable of servicing up to 18 lubrication points on a piece of stationary or mobile equipment in many applications. Steckel chose to receive the Lincoln 1884 PowerLuber & Lincoln 5900 PowerLock Coupler Pack. “The contest was a great success,” stated Lopez. “Once again we congratulate all the winners. The Lincoln PowerLuber series of grease guns is a great line and we know they will serve the winners well for years to come. We also would like to thank everyone who participated in the contest, all the Media who helped get the word out about the contest, and of course our sponsors - SKF Lubrication Business Unit.” To find out more about the contest or the prizes given away visit: b

Lopez says, “This was the last of three Lubrication Product Packages given away. People entered the contest by filling out the entry form on our website and following FLO’s Company page on LinkedIn. The first two draws took place on October 1 and November 1, 2017. The winners of each of those draws received a Lincoln 1884 PowerLuber & Lincoln 5900 PowerLock Coupler Pack.” As the winner of the Source: FLO Components

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Agriculture And AgriFood Canada Agricultural trade is an important driver of economic growth in Canada. On average, about half of the value of Canada’s agricultural production is exported. The Government of Canada is making targeted investments to help achieve its objective of expanding agricultural exports to $75 billion by 2025. Today, the Regina Exhibition Association Limited (REAL) President and CEO, Mark Allan, toured several funding partners through the new $37-million International Trade Centre at Evraz Place in Regina – which was funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Growing Forward 2 agreement. The Centre will be the largest interconnected event complex in Canada, allowing the agricultural sector to showcase its world-class products to domestic and international audiences. The now-completed International Trade Cen-

tre at Evraz Place – which will open its doors to the world later this month – is hosting its first major agricultural event, Canadian Western Agribition, from November 20-25, an event that attracts more than 120,000 visitors annually, including guests from 75 countries. Quotes “Canada is the fifth largest agricultural exporter in the world. Across our economy, the agri-food sector is driving growth and high-skilled employment. Our government strongly supports the sector and is proud to open the new International Trade Centre at Evraz Place, which will help showcase highquality Canadian products to domestic and international audiences.” — Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and MP for Regina-Wascana. “The new facility will further enhance events that contribute to our provincial

economy, including shows integral to Saskatchewan’s agricultural industry which highlight our high quality livestock and innovative farm implements to an international audience. We are pleased to see the International Trade Centre open for business.” — Lyle Stewart, Saskatchewan Minister of Agriculture. “The International Trade Centre is an excellent example of the strong partnership and collaboration between the City of Regina, the Province of Saskatchewan and the Government of Canada. The additional investment by the private sector partners demonstrates key local partnerships. While the ITC provides a new home for Agribition and Canada’s Farm Progress Show the facility is multi-purpose and flexible in attracting other events throughout the year.” — Michael Fougere, Mayor of the City of Regina. “Facilities of this calibre are imperative to attracting new event business and visitors to a city. We are delighted to be part of building our city as a stronger event hosting destination.” — Tracy Fahlman,

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Farmers To Address Supreme Court Against Abandoned Wells A group with the support of thousands of farmers will appear before the Supreme Court of Canada to oppose a legal ruling that allows energy companies to walk away from unprofitable wells on agricultural land. The court announced Thursday that it will hear from the Action Surface Rights Association in an appeal of the so-called Redwater decision. It allows bankrupt energy companies to abandon wells during bankruptcy proceedings without having to clean up the sites. “It didn’t seem like anybody cared about the landowners’ position,” said Daryl Bennett, a farmer from Taber, Alta., and a member of the surface rights group, which asked the court to let it intervene. “Industry is able to walk away from the requirement to return the land back like it was when they first took it.” The 2016 ruling in Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench

allows bankrupt energy companies to sever their connection with unprofitable and unreclaimed wells when their assets are sold off for creditors. Since that decision, more than 1,800 wells representing more than $100 million in liabilities have been abandoned. Alberta’s energy regulator, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, the Alberta government and legal scholars have all warned about the consequences of that ruling. Bennett and his neighbours are living with the results. He said friends of his have four wells on their land, two of which have been cut loose. “The company has come in and they’ve said they don’t have to follow any of the terms of the lease any more,” he said. “They (farmers) can’t get a loan on their land because of existing pollution. There’s noxious weeds being spread from lease to lease by the operator. They

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Users of AFS Connect will have the ability to share their agronomic data from their management portal directly to and from these third-party service providers. Depending on the options offered by the provider, these producers may elect to share yield

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AgDNA is a cloud-based mobile application and web platform designed to empower farmers with the ability to make informed decisions about their entire farming operation.

AFS Connect data-sharing functionality, will provide producers a secure way to transfer agronomic data between their machines and their trusted advisers,” said Chris Dempsey, Case IH AFS marketing manager. “As producers seek more actionable data to make better decisions, this will give them the flexibility to work with their preferred providers.” More information on the connected service providers is below: AgDNA AgDNA is a cloud-based mobile application and web platform designed to empower farmers with the ability to make informed decisions about their entire farming operation. The comprehensive enterprise-level farm man-


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When Artificial Intelligence Meets The Construction Industry The potential for artificial intelligence – or AI – is high on the social agenda. Seemingly, everyone from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to Tesla CEO Elon Musk has an opinion on the impact of AI on our everyday lives. But how will the technology of today impact the construction of tomorrow? Once confined to the pages of science fiction novels, artificial intelligence (AI) has now become a reality that cannot be ignored. In many ways, we are already using AI – from the news feed we read on our smartphones to the software that enables us to shop online securely. We no longer see AI as a farfetched concept resigned to our imaginations, it is something we are experiencing and benefiting from every day. The advantages of AI are limitless and permeate not just our everyday

lives, but across all industries. For the automotive industry, the launch of selfdriving cars means a faster mode of transportation and a significant reduction in accidents and emissions. A similar statement can be made about the construction industry. Early adopters are already using the technology to increase the efficiency, safety, and quality of construction projects. Big Data So, what exactly is artificial intelligence? It is a collective term used to describe when a machine mimics human cognitive functions, like problemsolving, learning, and pattern recognition. AI includes a process called machine learning, whereby algorithms are used to enable a machine to learn from the data it is exposed to. Therefore, the more data to which a machine is exposed, the better it will become at

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ders and dispatch. It currently serves retail fertilizer dealers, independent retail dealers, co-ops, consultant and agronomy groups, farm managers, growers and ag educational facilities. These new service providers build on the Case IH network of existing API providers, including My Farm Manager web platform from Decisive Farming, Encirca services from DuPont Pioneer, AgStudio software from MapShots, Onsite technologies from AgIntegrated and Trimble Connected Farm. “Expanding data sharing providers is of the highest priority for Case IH; we plan to establish and announce a number of similar data-sharing agreements throughout 2018 and beyond,” Dempsey said. “We are strategically adding these connections to answer the demand from our customers in all regions to provide the right solutions where needed.” b

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understanding and provide insights. In a time when humans are increasing data creation every day, AI provides an endless resource for machines to learn and adapt. But how does that translate to the construction industry? The volume of data generated on an average construction site is growing – from images captured via mobile devices, to drone videos, security sensors, machine telematics, Building Information Modeling (BIM) and more. The main challenge, however, is not capturing all the data, but rather, implementing a system capable of managing the information, allowing customers to make the most out of it. Increasing Safety And Efficiency AI programs deliver precise data and insights, helping construction contractors maximize the safety, value, and productivity

of worksites. For example, – a photo and video management platform used by construction companies such as Skanska and Arup – uses AI to sift through mass quantities of images and videos taken at a construction site and spot potential hazards. The software uses image recognition algorithms to identify specific search criteria, like hard hats, safety vests, and hi-vis colors so that it can unearth images to highlight those construction workers who are not wearing the proper safety attire or are possibly violating safety guidelines. Within a matter of minutes, the search results are collected, collated and delivered to a site supervisor – a task that would otherwise take several hours to complete. Manufacturers like Volvo Construction Equipment are exploring how emerging technologies can increase the safety of job site personnel. After launching Compact Assist in 2015, an operator assist program, Volvo CE is now developing AI algorithms, which detect and decipher specific objects using several computer vision methods. The advanced system

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sends a warning message to the operator to reduce the risk of accidents. As well as increasing safety, AI has many other benefits, like performing mundane, repetitive and sometimes dangerous labor-intensive tasks. Dr. Fares Beainy, machine intelligence program leader at Volvo CE says: “AI techniques can help inexperienced machine operators to carry out complex tasks, which they otherwise could not. It’s advantageous in an industry that’s finding it increasingly difficult to source highly skilled and experienced operators.” Human Vs. Machine Research suggests that in the coming years, some jobs could be automated,

leaving many people to worry about their future employment. But as it turns out, the rise in AI is not as terrifying as science fiction would have us believe. Autonomous machines are simply part of evolution, according to Dr. Beainy. “When the first hydraulic machine was introduced, people had similar apprehensions. But, with change came new opportunities. The same phenomenon is happening with the introduction of AI. It will be gradual, but by the time intelligent and autonomous machines are implemented into construction, new jobs will have been created to complement them.” b Source: Volvo

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Komatsu America Corp. Introduces The New PC170LC-11 Hydraulic Excavator More productivity, more features, and tier 4 final compliant Komatsu America Corp., a leading global heavy equipment manufacturer, introduced the new PC170LC-11 hydraulic excavator at the CONEXPO-CONAGG 2017 tradeshow. Featuring a 121 net horsepower, EPA Tier 4 Final, SAA4D107E-3 engine, the new PC170LC-11

is a versatile, all-purpose construction machine that offers an enhanced power mode for up to six percent more productivity. “Just spend a day with the new PC170LC-11 – you’ll be pleasantly surprised by its capability and comfort,” said Andrew Earing, product manager, Komatsu America. “This machine has power beyond its size, yet is light enough

to be transported on a 40,000 lb. tag trailer. From digging basement foundations, to larger municipality work, this machine has a wide range of versatility,” Earing said. In addition to the enhanced power mode, the following features and improvements come standard on the PC170LC-11 excavator: • A new viscous fan

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flow to various applicaclutch, which provides fluid (DEF) levels, Komtions. up to five percent higher atsu Diesel Particulate FWHP rating and re- • Operator ID provides the Filter (DPF), regeneracapability to view KOMduced sound levels. tion status, location, cauTRAX data by job, appli• Auto idle and auto idle tions and maintenance cation or operator. shutdown system, to realert information. duce fuel consumption • The wide, spacious • Updated, large, sevenROPS and OPG Level 1 and provide better maninch LCD monitor has a certified cab features deagement of nonproducnew split-display mode, sign upgrades that help tive extended idle time. showing both a rearreduce cab noise by two • Reduced hydraulic prescamera view and key decibels and elevate the sure loss within the main machine-gauge data at cab to among the quietvalve. the same time. est in its class. • Platform mounted DEF • Another operator-friendtank with sight glass for • KOMTRAX level 5 techly enhancement is the nology feeds the operator easy access and filling. various centralized enmachine data, such as • A standard ISO/Backhoe gine checkpoints, profuel and diesel exhaust pattern-change valve Continued on page 14 makes it easy to switch joystick patterns, to accommodate specific opDAVY TRUCK SALES … erator preferences. EXCEEDING YOUR EXPECTATIONS • Six work modes match engine speed and pump



The new PC170LC-11 is a versatile, allpurpose construction machine that offers an enhanced power mode for up to six percent more productivity.

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Ritchie Bros. Acquires Collector Car Auctioneer Leake Auction Company Ritchie Bros. announced the acquisition of Leake Auction Company, an Oklahoma-based collector car auctioneer, established in 1972. “Ritchie Bros. continues to expand and bring its professional auctions to other sectors and asset categories,” said Greg Owens, Group President (New Sectors & Ventures), Ritchie Bros. “Ritchie Bros. has had success selling collector cars through its live unreserved auctions for years—we know there is significant customer overlap between our industry

and the collector car auction sector. The acquisition of Leake Auction Company, which has been utilizing IronPlanet’s online bidding software for two years, seems like a natural area for us. We believe this will help us deepen brand loyalty with our customer base and introduce our auction expertise to a whole new sector and group of customers.” The Leake Auction Company is family owned and operated—all employees at the company, including Richard and Nancy Sevenoaks, will be retained

ly grow this business.” Also joining the Ritchie Bros./Leake team is Muffy Bennett, former BarrettJackson Division Manager and CEO of Bennett Automotive Specialists. “Muffy brings a wealth of industry experience and contacts to our company in this sector,” said Greg Owens. “Along with the Leake team, she shares our same passion for customer service, consistency and integrity. With Ritchie Bros. and Leake working together, customers can expect unparalleled service and commitment.” The next Leake Auction event is scheduled for February 23 – 24 in Oklahoma City, OK—for more information about the auction, visit b

as part of the acquisition and handle day-to-day operations going forward. Leake currently conducts auctions primarily in the Oklahoma and Texasr egions, with bidding available in person, by phone and increasingly online. “We are thrilled to be a part of the Ritchie Bros. organization,” said Richard Sevenoaks, President of Leake Auction Company. “We know they operate with the highest level of integrity and professionalism. With their expertise in auctions and geographic reach they can help us significant- Source: Ritchie Bros.


Highway Tractor, Detroit Engine, 475 HP, 13 Spd, Transmission, Jake Brake, 51" Spread, 12/40 Axles, 3:58 Ratio, 11R22.5, Air Ride Suspension, 228" Wheelbase.


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February 2018 performance made herein are made with respect to the prior Komatsu model unless otherwise specifically stated. Materials and specifications are subject to change without notice. b

exchanges and up to two DEF tank flushes in the first five years. Komatsu America Corp. is a U.S. subsidiary of Komatsu Ltd., the world’s second largest manufacturer and supplier of earth-moving equipment,

consisting of construction, mining and compact construction equipment. Komatsu America also serves forklift and forestry markets. Through its distributor network, Komatsu offers a state-of-the-art parts and service program

to support its equipment. Komatsu has proudly provided high-quality reliable products for nearly a century. Visit the website at www.komatsuamerica. com for more information. Note: All comparisons and claims of improved

TransAlta Comments On Provincial Carbon Credit Regime

more competitively position our existing renewable generation,” said Dawn Farrell, President and Chief Executive Officer. “By treating existing renewable generation equally, we expect to eventually receive $30 million to $50 million annually in credits attributable to our existing renewable assets”. The Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change agreed to in late 2016 by the Government of Canada and most provinces and territories, including Alberta, is expected to result in the carbon price increasing to $40 per tonne of CO2 in 2021 and $50 per tonne of CO2 in 2022, thereby increasing the value of the carbon credits in the future. b

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viding easy access to engine oil and filter, the drain valve, fuel drain valve and water separator drain valve. The PC170LC-11, whether rented, leased or purchased, is covered by

TransAlta Corporation (“TransAlta” or the “Company”) (TSX: TA; NYSE: TAC) today responded favourably to details of the Government of Alberta’s determination to permit carbon credits to be earned by existing wind and hydro generation in the Alberta fleet.

On December 6, 2017, the Government of Alberta announced its intention to adopt a carbon credit regime that will fully recognize the value of carbon reductions from the generation of electricity from existing renewable assets. Under Alberta’s output based allocation system for carbon emissions, TransAlta’s existing wind and hydro facilities will receive credits for emissions below the performance standard of 0.37 tonnes of CO2 per MWh. Effective January 1, 2018, these credits can be used to offset

up to 40%, escalating to 60% by 2022, of the carbon price obligations incurred by generation that exceeds the performance standard, which will be charged a price of $30 per tonne of CO2. The carbon credit regime will allow the Company to allocate the emissions benefits from its existing renewables generation in Alberta to offset the direct carbon costs of its thermal generation, including generation from its coal-to-gas converted units. “The recent announcement by the provincial government will Source: TransAlta

Autonomous Solutions, Inc. (ASI) and Liebherr Mining Equipment Newport News Co. (Liebherr) are pleased to announce that Liebherr’s new autonomous ready haul trucks will be compatible with ASI’s autonomous command and control platform; MOBIUS. Liebherr’s vision of an autonomous haul truck includes an open interface that enables the truck to integrate to ASI’s Mobius platform. Liebherr’s autonomous vehicles can be controlled under an OEM agnostic command system for autonomous vehicles, providing maximum flexibility for their customers. “By adopting the Mobius platform, Liebherr is poised

Source: Komatsu

to differentiate its autonomous vehicles by addressing the market need for interoperability and openness,” explains ASI’s Drew Larsen, Director of Business Development over Mining. “I believe the market will welcome Liebherr’s decision.” Liebherr has integrated with the Mobius protocols for its vehicle control interface, rather than establishing a proprietary command and control platform on its own. This move to an open platform will provide much needed flexibility to their customers when integrating different autonomous vehicle types throughout a mine site. b Source: Liebherr

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Feeding the crusher.

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“Hands-On” Experience Leads RMG To Sennebogen Scrap Handlers Now a co-owner of Roane Metals Group LLC (RMG), Luke learned the recycling trade on the job, working alongside his father-in-law, Albert Baisley, at Rockwoods, Southern Alloys and Metals. When RMG began, they used the hands-on approach to learn their way

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around scrap handling machines. “We tried all the usual suspects: different types of loaders and different dealers,” Wyatt reports. “One machine might be a little quicker. Another might have a stronger boom. But at the end of the day, it just made sense to put

all our eggs in one basket, we chose the best machine with the best dealers. We figured that’s how to make sure we have the dealer’s attention when we need support.” Lessons learned: for RMG, the right combination was Sennebogen purpose-built material han-

dlers, backed by the nearby Power Equipment dealership. Long-Life Service RMG now runs a number of Sennebogen machines, with most of them on their main site in Rockwood and another at their branch location in Crossville. “We got our first Sennebogen, an 825 M, from Power Equipment in 2007. It’s still doing all our loading work in Crossville, with over 26,000 hours on it. It’s had a couple normal wear parts through it, but it still runs on all its original pumps. It’s done pretty dog-gone

livery of their newest Sennebogen machine, an 835 M E Series model. All of their Sennebogen equipment runs on rubber tires, but the new machine is dedicated to feeding the site’s 750-ton Sierra shear/logger/baler. The operation sorts, grades, shears, compacts and ships up to 70,000 tons of ferrous and non-ferrous metals per year. The other Sennebogen units offload material trucked in by customers, and prepare loads for shipping by truck or rail. “We put the new 835 M E in the hands of our longest-serving operator, Darrell. He keeps the material moving 8-10 hours a day, every day. The elevating cab puts Darrell over 18 feet in the air, so he has a good look into the shear. We have very little downtime problems with the Sennebogen, because we’ve never had any major issues with any of these machines.” The learning process will continue at RMG. Wyatt has plans to send his technicians to the Sennebogen Training Center in Stanley, NC soon. “We appreciate the support we get from Power Equipment,” he says. “But if we don’t have to call the dealer every time we need to service the equipment, that works for me too!” About Sennebogen Sennebogen has been a leading name in the global material-handling industry for 65 years. Based in Stanley, N.C., within the greater Charlotte region, Sennebogen LLC offers a complete range of purpose-built machines to suit virtually any material-handling application. Established in America in the year 2000, Sennebogen LLC has quickly become a leading provider of specialized equipment solutions for recycling and scrap metal yards, demolition, barge and port operations, log handling, transfer stations and waste facilities from coast to coast. A growing network of distributors supports Sennebogen LLC sales and service across the Americas, ensuring the highest standard of professional machine support and parts availability. b

well for us!” On balance, Wyatt feels that most machines in the category will perform their day-to-day work. However, RMG chose to stick with Sennebogen for the long-term reliability of the machines and parts support available from Power Equipment. Gary Hirsch, Vice President and General Manager says it’s no surprise. “Purposebuilt material handlers are the way to go. And Sennebogen has invested heavily in its US-based parts inventory and factory support services. Providing first rate customer service is the driving value behind Power Equipment and we were thrilled to have represented Sennebogen for the last 10+ years.” Continuing Investment RMG is also investing in its facilities. Recently, Wyatt says, they poured close to a half million dollars worth of concrete to expand the paved area in its main yard. The RMG truck fleet now totals 18 tractors & trailers and rolloffs to serve customers within a 150 mile radius of Rockwood – not including the 85 units operated by their sister company, Roane Transport. RMG recently took de- Source: MS&S

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