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RENTALS

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CONTRACTING

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2013 JD 350G c/w GP & dig bucket, U/C at 90%, pads look brand new. Only 2,200 hrs! This machine is new! Tier 4 exhaust system without DEF, new catwalks.

$73,000

2015 JD 35G MINI EXCAVATOR Almost new, approx. 200 hrs, thumb & 3rd valve, c/w GP, dig, hoe pack, 2015 Snake River eq. trailer incl. Brandt warranty.

$59,000 EACH

$56,000

1 of 2 2008 DYNAPAC SMOOTH DRUM ROLLERS Bolt-on pad foot option. Clean machines and ready to work. Cab, A/C.

2004 INGERSOLL-RAND SD 116DX SMOOTH DRUM ROLLER Cab, A/C, and ready to work. Very clean unit.

$105,000

$90,000

2003 VOLVO A30D c/w tailgate, floatation tires, well maintained truck still woking in our fleet, approx. 15,000 hrs.

$95,000

$42,000

2002 VIBROMAX PADFOOT ROLLER Cab, heat, clean unit, 8,000 hrs.

$49,000

$65,000

2005 VOLVO A30D Good runner, rubber @ 75%, 23.5R25 hours approx. 18,000 hours.

VOLVO A35 good runner, tires OK, ready to work.

VOLVO A30C Well maintained unit ready to work. New paint, job, good rubber and very clean.

$110,000

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SOLD CAT 980G LOADER Well maintained unit with approx. 20,000 hrs. Matched Bridgestone tires, approx. 65%.

$85,000

2003 CAT 140H MOTOR GRADER 9,200hrs, tires at 90% plus. Circle just re-bushed and shimmed. This is one great unit and ready to work.

$49,000 ea.

2007 JOHN DEERE 225D Man Q/C, GP bkt, dig bkt, 9,700 hrs, U/C 65%. Good runner and ready to work.

(2) VOLVO A25 WATERWAGONS - Great running units, hyd. driven tank with cannon. Good rubber and ready to work.

2012 JD 350G GP & dig bucket, machine plumbed for accessories, U/C 70%, 5,600 hrs approx. Good runner with low hours.

$94,000

2008 JD 225D LC Amazingly tight unit, new U/C, pins and bushings, very tight, very clean machine with only 9,000 hrs. New thumb.

2006 CAT 972H 8,000 hours on Finning complete rebuild with all the paperwork. This is one amazing unit!

$145,000 REDUCED

2008 CAT D6T 6 WAY DOZER A/C, diff steer, SystemOne U/C, ripper and full forestry pkg avail (both have been removed). Great unit, only 14,000 hrs. Min. hours on rebuilt engine.

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Terex Finlay I-140 Impact Crusher

The Terex Finlay I-140 direct drive ø1270mm x 1240mm (Ø50” x 48”) horizontal impact crusher with variable speed gives operators unprecedented levels of production in both recycling, mining and quarrying applications. The robust and proven Terex CR032 chamber gives excellent reduction ratios and high consistency of product shape. A significant engineering approach being introduced in this model is the material flow through the plant. The flow of mate-

rial has been significantly improved by increasing the width of components as the material moves through the machine. The machine features an advanced electronic control system that monitors and controls the speed of the rotor and regulates the heavy duty vibrating feeder (VGF) with integrated pre-screen to maintain a consistent feed of material into the impact chamber for optimal crushing conditions. Material from the integrated pre-screen can be diverted to a stock

pile via the optional bypass conveyor, or it may join the crushed product on the main belt. The standard hopper capacity of 6m³ (7.5yd³) places the machine at the forefront in this competitive market sector. “The introduction of the Terex Finlay I-140 represents a significant step change in our family of impact crushers. Our field test results of extensive testing have recorded significant productivity increases depending on the application, over the model that it replaces. The enhanced material flow process of the plant represents a significant step change to our engineering ethos and in due course will be extended to encompass our range of impact crushers” said Alan Witherow, Product Manager. Key Features: • The ease of material flow through the machine has greatly improved with each component of the machine increasing in width as the material moves through the machine. • Fully hydraulic apron setting assist provides

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2007 YANMAR VIO30-5 RUBBER, CANOPY, 3,832 HRS ............................. SOON. 2004 HITACHI ZX35U RUBBER, CANOPY, 7,190 HRS.................................. POR. 2006 HITACHI ZX35U-2 STEEL BOR, CANOPY, 7,600 HRS............................POR. 2007 YANMAR VIO40-5 RUBBER, CANOPY, 3,124 HRS ............................. SOON. 2007 YANMAR VIO40-5 RUBBER, CANOPY, 4,942 HRS ............................. SOON. 2010 YANMAR B7-5B 18" PADS, AIR, ONLY 1,978 HRS ........................ $46,900. 2011 CAT 308D CR 18" BOR, BLADE, AUX PIPING, 4,360 HRS .............. $57,900. 2014 CAT 308E CR 18" BOR, BLADE, HYD THUMB, Q/C, 160 HRS ........ $99,900. 2010 HITACHI ZX120-3 20" PADS, BOR, AIR, 3,399 HRS ............................ POR. 2007 CAT 313C CR 20" BOR, AIR, BLADE, ONLY 4,868 HRS ..................$64,900. 2012 CASE CX135SR 24" PADS, DOZER BLADE, AUX HYDS, Q/C, GRAPPLE ..... ..............................................................................................................$47,900. 2014 CAT 314E CR 28" PADS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 1,035 HRS .............. $139,900. 2015 CAT 314E CR 20" PADS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, BLADE, 1,218 HRS .................. ............................................................................................................$162,500. 2001 HITACHI ZX135US 20" PADS, AIR, ONLY 2,563 HOURS .................... SOON. 2004 HITACHI ZX135US 20" PADS, HYD THUMB, CABGUARD, 8,668 HRS........... ................................................................................................................... POR. 2006 HITACHI ZX135US 24" PADS, BLADE, Q/C, MECH THUMB, 5,948 HRS ....... ..............................................................................................................$79,900. 2007 HITACHI ZX135US 20" PADS, AIR, ONLY 3,997 HRS........................ SOON. 2014 HITACHI ZX135US-3 20" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYDRAULIC THUMB ................... .......................................................................................................... FOR RENT. 2014 HITACHI ZX135US-3 20" PADS, AIR, COND, 86 HRS ................. FOR RENT. 2014 KOMATSU PC138US-10 28" PADS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, DIG BKT,184 HRS ... $143,900. 2017 DEERE 135G 28" PADS, AIR, BLADE, Q/C, HYDTHUMB .............. FOR RENT. 2006 HITACHI ZX200LC 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C, 11,214 HRS .................... $51,500. 2006 HITACHI ZX200LC 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C, AUX HYD, 10,990 HRS .... $51,500. 2011 CAT 320DL 32" PADS, AIR, PIPING, ONLY 3,362 HRS ....................... SOON. 2012 HITACHI ZX210LC-3 28" PADS, HYD Q/C,HYD THUMB, 1,300 HRS ............ .......................................................................................................... FOR RENT. 2011 KOMATSU PC228US-8 24" PADS, AIR, ONLY 5,021 HRS .............. $94,900. 2011 HITACHI ZX225US-3 24" PADS, AIR COND, ONLY 4,500 HRS ....... $94,900. 2011 DEERE 225DLC 32" PADS, AIR , AUX HYD PIPING, 3,891 HRS .... $133,900. 2011 HITACHI ZX225USLC-3 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 4,050 HRS ...... ....................................................................................................................POR. 2015 HITACHI ZX245USLC-5 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB ......... FOR RENT. 2016 DEERE 245G 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB......................... FOR RENT. 2017 DEERE 245G 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB...........................FOR RENT. 2017 DEERE 245G 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB...........................FOR RENT. 2017 DEERE 245G 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C 36" DIG, 60" C/UP ..................FOR RENT. 2017 DEERE 245G 32" PADS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, CABGUARD ............. FOR RENT. 2017 DEERE 245G 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYDRAULIC THUMB .............. FOR RENT. 2017 DEERE 245G 32" PADS, AIR .......................................................FOR RENT. 2011 HITACHI ZX270LC-3 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C, AUX HYD, 6,094 HRS ................ ............................................................................................................$114,900. 2013 VOLVO ECR305 CL 32" PADS, HYD Q/C, HYD THUMB, 2,232 HRS .............. .......................................................................................................... $219,900. 2006 HITACHI ZX350LC-3 32" HYD THUMB, CABGUARD, 2 BKTS, 9,905 HRS .... ..............................................................................................................$89,900. 2013 KOMATSU PC350LC-8 24" PADS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, CABGUARD, 1,527 HRS .......................................................................................................... FOR RENT. 2013 KOMATSU PC360LC-10 32" PADS, Q/C HYD THUMB, CAGUARD, 2,260 HRS .......................................................................................................... FOR RENT.

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2006 KOMATSU HM400-2 29.5R TIRES, A/C, AUTO LUBE, 17,439 HRS.

2011 CAT 950H 23.5 L-5 TIRES, CAB, AIR, ONLY 2,339 HRS .............. FOR RENT. 2015 CAT 950K 23.5R TIRES, R/C, E/S, 4.32YD BKT, 1,332 HRS.......... $246,500. 2015 CAT 950K 23.5R TIRES, R/C, E/S, 4.32 YD BKT, 1,155 HRS ........ FOR RENT. 2011 BOBCAT S70 AUX HYD, 2,472 HRS .................................................... POR. 2011 BOBCAT T190 HYD Q/C, JOYSTICK CONTROLS, 3,082 HRS ......... $27,500. 2014 CAT 279D LRC HYD Q/C, AUX HYD, JOYSTICK, 1,488 HRS ........... $57,500. 2014 BOBCAT S590 GP BKT, A/C CAB, 2 SPEED, ONLY 520 HRS ........ FOR RENT. 2015 BOBCAT S590 GP BKT, A/C CAB, 2 SPEED, ONLY 191 HRS ........ FOR RENT. 2013 BOBCAT S650 2 SPEED, HI FLOW, HAND/FOOT, CAB, 934 HRS ................... .......................................................................................................... FOR RENT.

2010 GENIE GS2632 26', REMOTE, PWR TO PLATFORM, 229 HRS ........ $14,900.

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2014 JLG 450AJ 4X4, DUAL FUEL, 1,139 HRS .................................. FOR RENT.

2001 CAT 140H 14.R24 TIRES, 14'MB, MS RIPPER, 7,260 HRS ........... $124,900. 2004 CAT 140H 14.R24 TIRES, PB, 14'MB, SNOW WING, 12,237 HRS ......... POR. 2006 CAT 143H AWD VHP 17.5 TIRES,14' MB, SNOW WING, 9,371 HRS .......... ............................................................................................................$109,900. 1993 CAT 14G 20.5R TIRES,16' MB,PB, RIPPER .................................... $93,900. 2007 STONE SD43 43" DRUM, CANOPY, JD 3 CYL, 852 HRS ................ $19,900. 2011 VOLVO SD45D 54" DRUM, CANOPY, ONLY 684 HRS .................. FOR RENT. 2013 VOLVO SD75 66" SHELL KIT, CAB AIR, ONLY 394 HRS ............... FOR RENT. 2014 VOLVO SD75 66" DRUM DRIVE, CAB AIR, 697 HRS ................... FOR RENT. 2014 SAKAI SV540TF 84" SMOOTH DRUM/PADFOOT KIT, 883 HOURS ............... .................................................................................................. SALE OR RENT. 2014 SAKAI SV540TF 84" SMOOTH DRUM/PADFOOT KIT, 124 HOURS .............. .......................................................................................................... FOR RENT.

2011 GENIE GS2632 26', REMOTE, PWR TO PLATFORM, 212 HRS ........ $14,900. 2000 GENIE GS3268RT 4X4, DUAL FUEL, 32' HEIGHT, 3,582 HRS ......... $11,500. 2003 HAULOTTE 3368RT 4X4, 3CYL DUAL FUEL, FOAM FILLED TIRES, 942 HRS ..............................................................................................................$13,900. 1998 SKYJACK SJ8841 4X4, DUAL FUEL, 3,760 HRS, STABILIZERS ....... $8,500. 2012 GENIE Z45/25J 4X4, DIESEL, ONLY 1,829 HRS ........................ FOR RENT. 2012 GENIE Z45/25J 4X4, DIESEL, ONLY 1,416 HRS ......................... FOR RENT. 2014 GENIE Z60/34 4X4, ART BOOM LIFT, DEUTZ,1,672 HRS ............ FOR RENT. 2004 GENIE Z80/60 4X4, DIESEL, 3,807 HRS, 80' LIFT ......................... $39,900.

MISCELLANEOUS 2006 KOMATSU BR350JG-1E JAW CRUSHER, TRACKS, 10,080 HRS, MAGNET .. ................................................................................................................. SOON. 2013 DODGE 2500HD 4X4, HEMI 5.7L, PL.PW, LT265/70R17 TIRES, 25,200 KMS DECK W/TOOL BOXES AND DRY BOX ..................................................... $36,900. 2011 FORD F550 XLT 4X4, V10, 30.5' FOLDING BOOM, OUTRIGGERS, 5K CAP .... ..............................................................................................................$31,900. NEW WACKER VP1550A 200LB REVERSIBLE PLATE, HONDA GAS .............. POR.

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LIFTS & LIFT TRUCKS

NEW WACKER BPU3050A 400LB REVERSIBLE PLATE, HONDA, WHEEL KIT ........ ....................................................................................................................POR. NEW WACKER BPU5545A 750LB REV PLATE, HONDA GAS......................... POR. NEW WACKER DPU5545HeH 940LB REVERSIBLE DIESEL PLATE ................ POR. NEW WACKER DPU6055He DIESEL REVERSIBLE, 1,000LB PLATE .............. POR. NEW WACKER BS50-4 4 STROKE RAMMER, ONLY 145LBS ........................ POR.

USED ATTACHMENTS NEW HITACHI/DEERE ZX350LC-5 21 METER (69') LONG REACH BOOM ARM TO FIT ZX350/JD350 .................................................................................. $42,500. NEW HLA HD FORKS NEW 48" SKID STEER FORKS ................................... $900.

2011 CAT TL943 9,000LB CAP, Q/C, FORKS, CAB, STABILIZERS ............ $44,900. 2010 JLG G10-55A 10,000LB CAP, Q/C, FORKS, TILT CARRIAGE ................. POR. 2013 JLG G10-55A 10,000LB CAP, Q/C, FORKS, TILT CARRIAGE, 3,317 HRS ....... ................................................................................................................... POR.

RAMMER S27 1,150 FT/LB HAMMER, FITS 7-12 TON CARRIER .............. $7,500. 2015 V-SERIES V105E 2,500 FT LB HYDRAULIC HAMMER, VERY LOW HRS (24HRS)........................................................................................ $12,500.

NEW YANMAR QUALITY MACHINES BUILT IN JAPAN $POR

2008 CAT D3K LGP 6 WAY, CARCO PA40 WINCH, 5,810 HOURS ............ $66,900. 2014 KOMATSU D39PX-22 6 WAY, 1,092 HRS, MS RIPPER(D5K SIZE) ... FOR RENT. 2011 KOMATSU D65EX-16 6 WAY DOZER, MS RIPPER, 4,219 HRS ............$179,900. 2011 KOMATSU D65EX-16 SIGMA DOZER, MS RIPPER, 4,742 HRS ........ $179,900.

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World Premieres Met A Large Audience In The Forest The world’s largest forestry fair was bigger than ever this year both in terms of area and number of exhibitors. Many visitors were drawn to Elmia Wood to see new forestry products and services and to learn about new hightech solutions and expertise in the forest south of Jönköping, Sweden. “This has been a terrific fair,” said Edna Keane, CEO of Treemetrics, Ireland. “We’ve made contact with high-tech companies we didn’t know existed and met potential partners and customers from around the world.” A total of 555 exhibitors from 28 countries were on the spot at Bratteborg to present their new products during four intensive days to visitors from six of the world’s continents. Many exhibitors participated in the fair’s new section, Load & Transport, with its theme of logistics and timber handling, which attracted many visitors. Another visitor magnet was the fair’s new Drone Zone section, where conferences and live testing demonstrated the usability of drones in forestry applications. “There’s been a lot of people and a lot of business done in the Drone Zone,” said Urban Wahlberg, CEO of Wabema and coordinator of the exhibitors there. “I estimate that two-thirds of our visitors came from outside Sweden.” Unique premieres Many of the world-leading suppliers gave unique

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Aquajet Introduces Powerful Aqua Cutter 710V For Heavy-Duty Concrete Removal Aquajet Systems AB, a global leader in hydrodemolition machine manufacturing, introduces its farthest-reaching unit, the Aqua Cutter 710V hydrodemolition robot. It’s the largest of its kind and offers exceptional horizontal, vertical and overhead reach — as high as 23 feet. The 710V comes equipped

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The Evolution Of GPS It seems that almost everything today has some sort of “smarts” in it. There is the smartphone, smartwatch, smart vests, smart shoes, smart cars, smart homes, and more. One piece of tech that isn’t new, but is widely used is GPS (global positioning systems). With the exception of the smart house, most smart technology has some form of GPS. Having been around for a while, GPS is not new to the construction jobsite. However, there are new innovations coming

that use GPS that will enhance the jobsite today and well into the future. The data that is gathered will change the way work is performed. Smarter Projects One area where GPS is being used in a multitude of applications is the smarttransportation market. The smart-transportation market is expected to grow from $72.05 billion in 2016 to $220.76 billion by 2021, at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 25.1 percent from 2016 until 2021. The major drivers for an

upsurge in demand for the smart-transportation market include rising demand of integrated security and safety for enhancing public safety and government initiative to incorporate smart technologies in the existing transportation infrastructure. Construction companies will help build this smarter transportation infrastructure. They will also come in contact with GPS at the jobsite. There already are challenges in the industry that are requiring the use of this technology. For instance, Kurt Nantkes, senior vice president, Zonar Systems, says, “The challenge in the industry currently is keeping up with other companies. You have to leverage the tools and technology you

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July 2017 ing habits of what you’re doing is the challenge,” Kristensen says. He adds, with GPS, it’s a different approach and method. It is hard to change habits and embrace the new technology. A lot of solutions are created to be almost exactly like the old method, but it is digital, which is faster than the old method. Once implementation and adoption can be achieved, using GPS on the construction jobsite has many benefits for all stakeholders. Nantkes points out that an immediate benefit is mitigating costs. The top three costs are labor, fuel, and maintenance costs. This technology helps contractors keep an eye on the fleet. It can help a contractor optimize their labor force. They can verify the plans with the data. This tech helps with fuel composition. It can also track unauthorized usage of the fleet, including reckless operation. There are benefits to using GPS on the equipment, and today it is more than just tracking—it provides a whole new level to machine control. Kristensen says having this type of technology— machine control technology—connects the different processes. There is more transparency on the jobsite. It is more efficient. There are cost and fuel savings. Monitoring the job gives you cost savings. The technology allows worker fatigue to be reduced, as some of the processes they once performed are taken

off of their plate. When it comes to this new approach and technology that is using GPS, contractors should be aware of a few things. For one, the explosion of solutions available on the market. Nantkes explains, “There are more vendors coming into the telematics space. Make sure you know who you are going with. Make sure they have a good support system for their solutions; all the pieces need to work together.” “The biggest value they need to know is with the technology, the processes get easier. The basic knowledge they have is now being guided by a digital landscape,” Kristensen adds. After learning about the advantages of GPS, there are a few factors to keep in mind. Nantkes says it is important to know that with the new administration there is opportunity for expansion, as there are additional upcoming projects in infrastructure and roads. Contractors need to leverage the technology to win bids. With the construction industry moving towards a digital future, integrating this type of technology at the jobsite will help contractors. GPS technology is one of the ways the construction industry will leverage more data at the jobsite in the future. As Kristensen says, “There is a need for real-time data and actionable data.” And this is available for the construction industry today. b Source: Conexpo/Conagg


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Caterpillar Introduces Cat RP12000 E Portable Generators In US And Canada Caterpillar is expanding the Cat RP Series portable generators line with the introduction of the RP12000 E. The new generator fills out the top of the series, delivering 12kW of running power and new features to meet the specific needs of the “pro-sumer” – emergency home back-up, DIY enthusiasts and contractors. The RP Series initially launched in North America in September 2016 with four standard models, ranging from 3.6 to 7.5 kW. The series is the first prime product designed, engineered and supported by Caterpillar specifically for consumers. The generators are now available in the US and Canada via over 550 Cat Home & Outdoor Power sales locations, which include regional and local retailers, traditional Cat dealers and online retailers (currently

Electric Generators Direct and Amazon). Like the other products in the series, the RP12000 E was designed by Caterpillar engineering teams based in Illinois and the United Kingdom. The team focused on delivering the key design elements customers value most – power output and quality, ease of use, runtime, low noise, overall value and durability – in addition to a collection of premium features to set it apart from other generators in its class. Long Lasting Power The RP12000 E has a new, larger frame to house a larger, powerful 670cc V-Twin engine. The engine has a fully pressurized oil system and delivers up to 15kW of surge power, making it suitable for powering more equipment and heavy loads. The all-copper generator

delivers a clean power with less than 5 percent total harmonic distortion, which is suitable for sensitive electronics and tools. Engineers also included a low-idle mode option, which optimizes fuel consumption and noise levels and reduces engine wear. With runtimes over 11 hours (at 50% load), customers will be able to work an entire day without needing to refuel. In addition to the low idle mode, engineers designed a custom muffler and positioned the extralarge steel fuel tank on top of the engine (versus the side like most competitive models) to further minimize noise levels. The design also prevents damage from vibration. Ease of Use Like other models in the series, the RP12000 E was designed for simple,

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it surprisingly easy to push and pull around. The whole unit is deftly packed into a compact, visually appealing frame – easy to store and a show piece on any showroom floor. Durability The RP 12000 E is constructed of solid 35mm steel tubing, which is treated and coated to prevent corrosion and rust. The large metal wheels include integrated bearings for long life and high-quality solid rubber tires. The RP12000

E comes with a 2-year warranty (extended to 3 years when the product is registered), which includes parts and service for the entire warranty term, and all RP Series products are backed by Caterpillar’s 24/7 customer support. Caterpillar continues to expand its Home & Outdoor Power distribution channels and product portfolio and anticipates additional product launches in 2017. b Source: Caterpillar

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spend some or all of their journey on the Trans-Canada. And that’s just Regina. The Trans-Canada has provided the conduit for many of Brandt’s earliest business successes. And now, forty-five years later, we only have to look out our own front door – quite literally - to see how it continues to grow in scale and importance and provide a critical channel for the wealth of a nation to flow… and Brandt is very proud to be a part of it all! b

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Kubota Canada Introduces The All New BX80-Series Kubota Canada Ltd. (KCL) has redefined the subcompact tractor market with its introduction of the BX80 series of sub-compact diesel tractors. There are four new models: the BX1880, the BX2380, the BX2680 and the BX23S. The latter leads the sub-compact tractor class with a standard front loader and backhoe. Combining Kubota reliability and power with unmatched versatility and an intuitive, easy-tooperate design, the BX80 series is ideal for Canadian residential property owners. “We are proud, once again, to bring Kubota innovation to thousands of Canadians who seek user-friendly products that are comfortable, powerful and energy efficient, whether it be for mowing, landscaping or blowing snow” says Carl Heinlein, General Manager Sales

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CP Canada 150 Train #ConnectingCanada And Rocking The Nation This Summer Canadian Pacific (CP) announced a summer train tour to celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial while re-connecting generations of Canadians with the nation’s iconic and historic roots. Through shared stories and celebration, the CP Canada 150 Train will honour the country’s past, while acknowledging the leaders of the present, and looking toward a bright future. Beginning July 28 in Port Moody, B.C., CP is hosting celebrations in

13 Canadian cities and towns. The train will travel west to east, completing a reverse tour of the very first transcontinental passenger train trip made on June 28, 1886, which started in Montreal and travelled to Port Moody. The final CP Canada 150 Train event takes place August 20, 2017 in Ottawa. “It is my honour to invite communities and citizens from across the country to join us in celebrating the nation, the

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High Tech Is Here, Transforming Jobsites Smartphones, drones, and 3D printing are changing rapidly, with advancements occurring all the time. And these are just a few examples of news technologies that are transforming the construction jobsite. New technology that once was met with fear and apprehension is being embraced in the office and at the jobsite. Innovations in equipment, tools, and materials are rapidly helping the construction sector become stronger, more productive, and even safer. And the good news is the technology is here today. However, there are a number of hurdles that still need to be addressed to move the construction industry forward. Challenges & Gaining Acceptance There are several predicaments that have yet to be addressed in order to advance many construction firms both large and small. Zach Haas, product manager, Esko Bionics explains, “The challenges facing the industry are: improving worker safety,

increasing productivity, and replenishing an older work force with new workers.” He adds that, “Adopting new technology will help solve these issues.” There already are some solutions available now. Personal-protective equipment ranging from apps to monitoring worker location to smart helmets that display information that help keep workers’ head safe are a few of these solutions. Paperless methods to communicate projects are proving very effective in enticing the younger generation who might have their eye on construction. Despite all the many reasons for adopting new technology on the jobsite there are still many contractors that are reluctant to take the tech leap. Haas explains that the basic challenge is changing how work is completed, the attitude of workers, and their overall habits. The idea of new technology will allow contractors to perform better, but it takes time gain overall acceptance. Another big challenge

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technology can be expensive, which is way Dequoy says renting the equipment becomes an affordable way to try the technology to determine if it is worth the investment. Another way to reduce the high expensive of high tech on the jobsite is by working with a company that provides services. For instance, many drone providers also offer drone services that way construction professionals don’t have a hefty hardware investment, and can try the tech at a lower price point. The Pay Off Safety, productivity, and improved bottomline: These are three key reasons to consider implementing new, and emerging technologies at the jobsite. Productivity, for one, is a huge benefit for contractors. Haas explains the benefits of the tech are solving issues on the jobsite and a better quality product being produced. In the case of Esko Bionics, there is a robotic arm that will take the weight of heavy tools out of the hand of the contractor, thus becoming weightless in their hand. They can use it without expending as much energy as they would and, in turn, be able to work longer and more efficiently. It also creates a safer jobsite. But even more than that an added advantage to a higher tech job site is that there is incentive to the workers to stay. “Contractors who know that the company they are working for is offering tech like this will stay with them. There is better worker retention,” Haas says. Technology also ultimately leads to a better bottomline. Something else that has to be lever-

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left behind. Haas points out that this is coming whether contractors like it or not. The market is working on solutions to overcome the challenges. The contractors and the tech market need to have ongoing conversations about their needs. “There is more coming, there are more solutions to the issues on the jobsite,” Haas says. Using technology on the jobsite will become more common in the construction industry. There currently are many factors affecting quick adoption. It may take some time, but the jobsite will become a high-tech area where contractors and tech work simultaneously to create the buildings of the future. b Source: Conexpo/Conagg

Shaping The Construction Site Of The Future Wondering what the future hold in terms of technology? According to Bob De Lange, for Caterpillar and its products, the possibilities are endless. “As more customers adopt digital technology, get connected and value big data, we can provide even greater value,” said De Lange, Caterpillar’s Construction Industries Group President. “Helping our customers be more successful with our products and services has been the cornerstone of Caterpillar for nearly 100 years, and will continue that tradition for the next 100.” In fact, Caterpillar’s customers are really driving what’s next. As their businesses continue to grow and attitudes toward digi-

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Following its strongest showing in three years, production growth in Canada’s wood products industry is expected to moderate significantly in 2017 due to the incoming U.S. trade restrictions on Canadian softwood lumber, according to The Conference Board of Canada’s Canadian Industrial Outlook: Canada’s Wood Products Manufacturing Industry. Canada’s wood products manufacturers will see pre-tax profits shrink from $1.8 billion in 2016 to $1.4 billion this year and $1.1 billion in 2018, as the United States issues duties averaging 30 per cent on Canada’s softwood lumber. “The Canadian wood products industry’s financial performance is forecast to deteriorate in the years ahead as import duties cut into shipments to the U.S. and act as a drag on industry growth,” said Michael Burt, direc-

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the project to reduce setup time and cost, and we chose the cranes that gave us the highest freestanding height capability.” When considering all factors – reach, capacity, freestanding height and reliability – Cropac and C&C Crane selected a combination of two Terex hammerhead tower crane models, the Terex SK 315 and SK 415. The SK 315 crane offers an 8.8- to 17.6-US ton (8- to 16-tonne) capacity, while the larger SK 415 crane provides a maximum lift capacity of 22 US tons (20 tonnes). “The SK 415 gives us the lift capacity of 20,503 lb (9,3 tonnes) at the 164-ft (50,0-m) radius we needed on this project,” says Carey. Cropac delivered the two cranes to the jobsite in September of 2016, and a crew of six workers from C&C Crane and Total Crane Rental, Bolton, Ontario, erected the two units on-site. To assist in tower assembly, crew members used a Terex AC 250-1 all terrain crane. The 300-US ton (250-tonne) capacity class mobile crane features a long 229.7-ft (70-m) main boom length, which allowed crew members to quickly install the tower and jib sections for both cranes. Each of the heavy duty tower sections for both cranes measured 7.8 ft wide by 8 ft high by 19.5 ft long (2,4 m by 2,4 m by 5,9 m). The shorter SK 315 crane was built with 9 tower sections under the 131.3-ft (40-m) long jib for a total freestanding height of 178.8 ft (54.5 m). For the first phase of building construction, the SK 415 crane was built with 11 tower segments to a height of 214.9 ft (65.5 m) to clear the SK 315 crane when working at radius, and it included a 164-ft (50,0-m) jib. “Due to the sturdy construction of the tower segments,” says Hunt, “we were able to maximize freestanding height at the beginning of the construction cycle to expedite initial crane setup.” Carey adds, “Since the cranes didn’t have to be tied back, the crew had each crane erected and working within an 8-hour workday, which saved time on the job.” As work advances on

July 2017 the 22-story structure, another 5 tower sections with tie-back to the structure will be added to the SK 415 crane for a total hook height of 312.4 ft (95.2 m). “C&C Crane did an excellent job in planning the best placement of each crane to optimize efficiency for covering the entire work area with the two cranes. Work on the $210 million complex is quickly progressing with the formwork shell beginning to reach toward the sky. The two Terex tower cranes 592 Lilac Cres., Campbell River, BC V9W 7G6

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Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is pleased that the Government of Canada has launched initiatives to ensure the forest sector remains competitive in the face of the unwarranted duties implemented by the U.S. on softwood lumber. “We appreciate that the federal government is standing tall for Canadian learn more

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Forestry & Heavy Equipment Pros Out In Full Force At CNRE Photo credit Sheryl Kaye Staff and Management of the Canada North Resources Expo (CNRE) were thrilled to see an impressive array of heavy equipment professionals at the CN Centre in Prince George, Friday, May 26th and Saturday, May 27th. One of the region’s most popular heavy equipment trade shows, CNRE featured leading companies and products that are part of Northern

Canada’s varied resources sectors – including forestry, heavy construction and major resources infrastructure. Covering a massive four acres of indoor and outdoor exhibits, beautiful spring weather attracted more than 8,000 visitors from the industry and their families. Aside from the strong attendance and interest from multiple media outlets, there were several other

memorable highlights from this year’s edition. The third annual Interior Safety Conference (ISC) was a major success, attracting over 150 delegates. “This year the conference expanded to a twoday event with 85 people attending the manual tree falling and log hauling presentations on day one,” said Gerard Messier, Manager of Program Development. “Ninety people attended the safety

and leadership presentations on day two. Topics included how to improve communication between different generations of workers, how the brain works and how the flight or fight response can lead to incidents, workplace fatigue management programs and new steep slope logging technology. A big thank you to Master Promotions, the organizers of the CNRE, who partnered up with the ISC

July 2017 again this year.” Meanwhile, the show’s Recruiting Here program connected potential job seekers with exhibiting companies that are currently hiring. There were also several prize winners and individual honours. The photo contest winner was Nick Winther, who won tickets to Rocking River Music Fest 2017. The Facebook Like and Share winner was Amanda Isadore, who won a Stihl grass trimmer from Western Equipment. Other highlights included Master Promotions and the Resource Expo Society presenting a $10,000.00 cheque to Brian Badge, director of college advancement at the Northwest Community College.

In honour of Family Day, Master Promotions received remarkable support in collecting donations for the Prince George Salvation Army. Stay tuned to www. CNRE.ca for updates and information about the 2019 event. Master Promotions Ltd. has been producing trade shows, consumer shows and conferences in Canada since 1973. Managing in excess of twenty-five events annually, Master Promotions Ltd. is Canada’s largest independent trade and consumer event management company. For complete company information and event schedule, visit www.masterpromotions. ca. b Source: Master Promotions


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Canada Place Announces New Celebrations In Honour Of Canada’s 150th Year Unique to this year, Canada Place will host a celebration for Multiculturalism Day and a two-day Canada Day event Canada Place at the Port

of Vancouver announced today that its year-long celebrations for Canada 150 will include a new event to recognize Multiculturalism Day. In addition, this

year’s Canada Day event will span across two days for the first time. Canada Place, in partnership with the Department of Canadian Heritage

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July 2017 come together and recognize the sesquicentennial.” The Canada Day at Canada Place festivities will feature five performance stages on July 1 starring headliner and rock singer-songwriter Sam Roberts, alongside Fefe Dobson, Hey Ocean!, Dragonette, Emerson Drive, Madeline Merlo and The Matinee, among others. Free and family-friendly programming will include a citizenship ceremony welcoming 150 new Canadians, a Kids’ Zone and a fireworks show on July 1, as well as a pancake breakfast and the Canada 150 Parade in Vancouver on July 2. “As we mark Canada 150, this year’s celebrations are going to be more exciting than ever,” said the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage. “Canada Day and Canadian Multiculturalism Day in Vancouver will be excellent opportunities for Canadians to celebrate our country, our values and our diversity. I invite Vancouverites and visitors alike to join in the festivities and show the world everything that makes our country special during this once-in-a-lifetime anniver-

sary.” “Canada 150 provides Canadians with a chance to celebrate important parts of our country’s rich history and heritage, such as our diversity and our commitment to democracy, equality and mutual respect,” said the Honourable Dr. Hedy Fry, Member of Parliament (Vancouver Centre). “It will be a year to remember, so let’s join our friends and neighbours this June and July to celebrate everything that makes this country great!” Following Canada Day, Canada Place will launch its summer series of free programming at the newly renovated North Point of the facility, including Monday evening Zumba classes, Waterfront Cinema on Thursday nights and Picnics on the Point each Friday. The Canada150 at Canada Place events are presented by Port of Vancouver and made possible thanks to the generous support of partners including CIBC, Canadian Forces, Coast Capital Savings, Hong Kong Airlines, Safeway, TD, and others. b Source: Port of Vancouver


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Former Excavator Operator Right At Home With Purpose-Built Sennebogen Material Handler Chris Zwicky has spent much of his life operating excavators. But, only a few months after climbing into the spacious cab of a purpose-built material handler, he’s already sold on the advantages that the Sennebogen 818 M offers his family’s busy earthmoving, processing and biomass production business in eastern Pennsylvania. Zwicky Processing & Recycling, part of W.D. Zwicky & Son Inc., of Fleetwood, PA, has evolved from a legacy of residential excavating and land clearing into a major regional supplier of biomass fuels, and construction and demolition recycling services. “My dad, David, started the business in the ‘50s when he was just a kid with a backhoe,” says Zwicky. “We used to dig ditches and bury all the trees,” he says, “and then, in 1989, we decided to buy a grinder and grind up the vegetation instead of bury-

ing it. We were about the first in the area to do that, so it took a while to catch on.” But catch on, it did. The family-owned business currently employs 62 people. “We were approached by a cement company about 14 years ago to make fuel for them out of telephone poles and railroad ties. We already had the equipment to do it, so it was a natural fit,” says Zwicky. “From there, we grew to a 1,000-ton-a-day C&D operation.” Today, Zwicky Processing & Recycling also produces biomass fuel for power plants, lime kilns and other boiler operations in the region. Purpose-built machine offers much-needed visibility Zwicky makes no apologies for his family’s lifelong commitment to a particular brand of excavators. Along with the local dealer, the excavators have served his

company well, including a 19-metric-ton rubber-tired version he himself operated for many years when unloading railroad ties from rail cars. When the time came to replace that grappleequipped machine, Zwicky strongly considered another wheeled excavator, but one enhanced with an elevated cab to overcome the visibility limitations. The cost of the modified excavator with a hi-rise cab proved prohibitive. So, last fall he ventured over to a friend’s nearby scrapyard to check out their new purpose-built Sennebogen material handler. Equipped with the maXcab elevating operating station, the Sennebogen material handler was receiving good reviews for its smooth operation, easy handling and simple maintenance. Zwicky liked what he saw, too. Soon after that, a Sennebogen 818 M, at 48,000 lb. (21,772 kg)

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and 132 HP (98 kW), was brought to his yard. He chose the 818 as it was comparable in size to the wheeled excavator he had become accustomed to. “They let me run the Sennebogen to demo it, and it never left,” he says. “I like the power, I like the extra reach, and the visibility is great. The cab is nice, because it is so much bigger than the cab you get on the dirt machines.” Machine design and size fit Zwicky’s needs Being purpose-built for material handling, the Sennebogen offers lift capabilities that are by far better than a digging-oriented excavator, says Zwicky. After a quick adjustment to the structure, geometry and the responsiveness of the hydraulics, there was no looking back … or, in his case, no more looking up. “It’s definitely the cat’s meow for unloading rail cars and loading railroad ties into trailers from the rail cars.” Equipped with a 360-degree rotating grapple, “it’s also increased my throughput on the horizontal grinders and the shredders that I feed with it,” he says. “I can get up

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there and see what’s going on inside to make sure the wood’s lined up correctly.” Moving up in machine size would offer additional reach, which is always a bonus when handling wood, says Zwicky, but “overall, this class size is a good fit for us. We don’t deal with material that’s super heavy. When you get two or three 50-foot telephone poles in your grapple, it’s all about handling … and this machine handles them just right.” b

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volving a record 404 interveners and more than 1,200 commenters.” The Government of Canada accepted in November 2016 the NEB’s recommendation that TMEP proceed, noting that Canada needed to expand the markets for its oil products and saying the Project “will make that possible.” The policy said “it’s clear that our oil pipeline infrastructure has national economic significance. This infrastructure is critical to both the B.C. and Canadian economy, with the ability to transform Canadian oil producers from price takers to price makers in international markets.” “The $7.4 billion Trans Mountain Expansion Project is a key to unlocking that wealth. Through the expanded pipeline, oil producers gain increased access to tidewater, and see their product transported to new markets that would pay world rather than domestic prices. Despite a fallback in oil prices, the NEB estimates oil sands output will double between 2015 and 2020. This demonstrates the ongoing need for the Project.” b

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Tackle Heavy Lifting With New Severe-Duty Pallet Forks Pallet forks are staple attachments when it comes to getting more versatility and productivity from compact equipment, and now, John Deere has an option for material-handling jobs of every scale with the new severe-duty pallet forks, the latest additions to the ever-expanding lineup of Worksite Pro attachments. Two new pallet forks (PF45 and PF60) are optimized to work with John Deere GSeries skid steers as well as G- and E-Series compact track loaders (CTLs), along with another pallet fork

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that was specifically designed for use on K-Series compact wheel loaders with the skid steer-style Quik-Tatch coupler. All new pallet forks are also compatible with most competitive models. “Our new severe-duty pallet forks offer improved visibility, increased capacity and better durability than the previous fork-frame design,” said Gregg Zupancic, product marketing manager, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “Together with our standard- and heavy-duty options, we offer a material-handling solution to fit every customer’s need.” The severe-duty pallet forks for skid steers and CTLs are available in lengths of 48 and 60 inches, and they can be positioned in widths from 45 inches in 5-inch increments to 60 inches in 5.35-inch increments. They feature a walk-through backrest with a bolt-on option and unrestricted visibility to Source: John Deere

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Deere Acquires The Wirtgen Group Deere adds five premium brands to construction equipment line-up with no product overlap, establishing a leadership position in road construction equipment.

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eere & Company (NYSE: DE) has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Wirtgen Group, a privately-held international company that is the leading manufacturer worldwide of road construction equipment. The purchase price for the equity is b4.357 billion in an all-cash transaction. The total transaction value is approximately b4.6 billion (US $5.2 billion based on current exchange rates), including the assumption of net debt and other consideration. The Wirtgen Group had sales of b2.6 billion in the year ending December 31, 2016. Deere expects the transaction to be accretive to earnings per share and currently expects to fund the acquisition from a combination of cash and new equipment operations debt financing. Detailed financial information concerning the transaction is included in an investor presentation available at www.JohnDeere.com/ events-and-presentations. Headquartered in Ger-

many, the Wirtgen Group has five premium brands across the entire road construction sector spanning milling, processing, mixing, paving, compaction and rehabilitation. Wirtgen’s highly complementary product portfolio enhances Deere’s existing construction equipment offering and establishes Deere as an industry leader in global road construction. The Wirtgen Group has a global footprint with approximately 8,000 employees and sells products in more than 100 countries through a large network of company-owned and independent dealers. “The acquisition of the Wirtgen Group aligns with our long-term strategy to expand in both of John Deere’s global growth businesses of agriculture and construction,” said Samuel R. Allen, Deere & Company Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “Wirtgen’s superb reputation, strong customer relationships and demonstrated financial performance are attractive

as we expand the reach of John Deere construction equipment to more customers, markets, and geographies.” Max Guinn, President of Deere’s Worldwide Construction & Forestry Division, said, “This transaction enhances our global distribution options in construction equipment and enhances our capabilities in emerging markets. Spending on road construction and transportation projects has grown at a faster rate than the overall construction industry and tends to be less cyclical. There is recognition globally that infrastructure improvements must be a priority and roads and highways are among the most critical in need of repair and replacement.” Stefan Wirtgen, Managing Director at Wirtgen, said, “The Wirtgen Group has a legacy of technology and innovation with market-leading products and a strong focus on the customer. As we looked to the future, we specifically

chose Deere as the buyer because of our long-held respect for the organization and our full confidence that Deere is dedicated to the ongoing success of the Wirtgen Group and our employees worldwide.” Jürgen Wirtgen, Managing Director at Wirtgen, added, “Our company’s strength and success comes from dedicated employees who are focused on helping customers succeed in the road construction industry. We believe this transaction allows the company to be successful well into the future - independent of our family ownership.” Deere plans to maintain the Wirtgen Group’s existing brands, management,

July 2017 manufacturing footprint, employees and distribution network. The combined business is expected to benefit from sharing best practices in distribution, customer support, manufacturing and technology as well as in scale and efficiency of operations. The transaction has been approved by Deere’s Board of Directors. The purchase is subject to regulatory approval in several jurisdictions as well as certain other customary closing conditions. The companies said they expect to close on the transaction in the first quarter of Deere’s 2018 fiscal year. Transaction advisors included Citigroup as exclusive financial advisor to Deere, Linklaters LLP as deal legal counsel, Kirkland & Ellis LLP as securities legal counsel and EY as accounting and tax advisor. The Boston Consulting Group served as a strategic advisor. Deere & Company held a conference call for investors regarding the transaction on June 1, 2017. An archived version of the call is available at www.John Deere.com/events-and-

presentations. The Wirtgen Group (www.wirtgen-group.com) is an internationally operating group of companies in the construction machinery sector incorporating the traditional product brands: Wirtgen, Vögele, Hamm, Kleemann, Benninghoven, and Ciber. As a technological leader, the Wirtgen Group offers its customers mobile machine solutions for road construction and road rehabilitation and plants for mining and processing minerals or recycling material and for the production of asphalt. Deere & Company (www.JohnDeere.com) is a world leader in providing advanced products and services and is committed to the success of customers whose work is linked to the land - those who cultivate, harvest, transform, enrich and build upon the land to meet the world’s dramatically increasing need for food, fuel, shelter and infrastructure. Since 1837, John Deere has delivered innovative products of superior quality built on a tradition of integrity. b Source: John Deere

6/9/2017

The Wirtgen Group and John Deere – Ensuring a Successful Future

Wirtgen chose Deere to continue legacy of customer focus and innovation.

Dear Valued Customer, Since the founding of the Wirtgen Group, our company has gone through many changes and an unparalleled history of growth and success. From small transport business to service provider, to machine manufacturer, to the global market leader we are today. With the acquisition by John Deere, we are writing the next great chapter in the Wirtgen Group history. The integration of the Wirtgen Group into John Deere is a unique opportunity to unite two global market leaders with an immense range of complementary products. The Wirtgen Group has secured a solid foundation for the future. John Deere will continue the Wirtgen Group’s long-standing course of growth and innovation, while retaining all of the premium brands. Our principle “Close to our Customers” will continue to guide us. Your needs and requirements for your businesses and markets are at the heart of everything we do. You will continue to work with your dependable Wirtgen Group contacts, and to build your success upon our state-of-the-art products and excellent customer support. Road and Mineral Technologies are our expertise – and we look forward to continuing to serve you, and to exceed your expectations. Yours sincerely,

James P. McEvoy President, CEO Wirtgen America


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2012 Atlas Copco XAVS 375-JD6 525 hours, $25,000. Delta, BC PHONE: (604) 866-4102

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36” x 75’ radial stacking conveyor. Operating cond. Sold as is. $25,000. Richmond BC. PHONE: (403) 606-6395

TRAYER EXCAVATING INC. Ph: 604-869-7272 · Cell: 604-206-1144

Atlas 4006 Hyd. Truck Crane, c/w stabilizers, hyd. extensions ................... $8,500 11'6" Vanguard Camper, good for fishing/ hunting/work, c/w hyd. jacks, propane, electric ..................................................... $3,500 Hydraulic Grip Bucket, fits 200 – 220 size excavator .................................................... POR 1971 Ford Louisville, hood, doors, windshield................................................... POR Spare Cat Backhoe Tire and Rim, 11.9" x 28" ................................................................ POR (2) 100,000 lb. Rail Wheel Axles, c/w heavy duty stabilizer assembly............................ POR

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1995 Sandvik S-4800 Cone Crusher, 1997 Elrus chassis. Call for Price. Kode Contracting, Prince George, BC nbellerive@kode.ca PHONE: (250) 981-8947

2012 Manitou MLT 845 Mercedes Engine, Forks and 3 Meter Bucket, Good Condition, 3200 hrs. $60,000 CAD. NORSTONE PHONE: (604) 866-0482

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2004 Caterpillar 385BL, reach boom 32’ 10”, Stick 14’ 5”, Work comp. at 17,000 hrs:, Finning drop in engine, Work comp. at 18,600 hours:, Hyd. shop reseal and repair 4 cylinders, Rebuild and test oil pump and motors, New: after-cooler, starter, alternator, All belts, 4 batteries. Rebuild Turbo, Rad Shop clean and test rad and coolers, Change all bad hoses, New floor mat, EXCAVATORS Repair seat, Rebearing and reseal both final drives, Change all filters, New paint, 56 inch rock bucket, 30 inch double grouser pads, Very good U/C. Located in Quesnel, BC. $385,000. Edmonton, AB 1960146 AB Ltd 2 0 1 2 K o b e l c o S K 2 6 0 ridrun08@telus.net A c e r a M a r k 9 , 2 , 2 0 0 PHONE: (780) 910-7283 hours, back up camera, quick change, extra plumbing, excellent condition, $185,000 or lease @$7500/month OAC. Burnaby, BC PHONE:(604) 209-6510 2012 Hitachi 290LC-5N 3,934 hrs.Warranty on powertrain, Isuzu engine, bucket, thumb, catwalk, in great condition. $185,000. Jean’s Diesel Shop Ltd., Hearst, Ontario Jeansdieselshop.com 2015 Cat 320D with 622C yvonjean@ntl.sympatico.ca Waratah processing head. PHONE: (705) 362-4478 Well maintained all service records and all updates done to head. 4,600 hrs. $365,000 PHONE: (250) 320-1871

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2007 Komatsu PC27MR-2 4,085 hrs. mini excavator, clean-up bucket, dig bucket, enclosed cab, heat, a/c, hyd rock breaker, low engine hours, newer tracks. Kamloops, BC 2013 JD 772G C/W: 12 2014 Tigercat 870C, PHONE: (250) 819-2967 Detroit Genset – New / valve hyds., ripper scari6,200hrs.Warranty on powUnused, 909/Kw Cont. FANS fier, push block, 90% ertrain. Cummins engine Pro-Ex 17.5 x 25 tires, low pro QSL 9 tier 3, 300HP, new sales@pro-ex.com cab. Excellent condition. u n d e r - c a r r i a g e ( 0 h r s . ) PHONE: 1-800-256-0871 $170,000. Edmonton, AB Machine completely rebuilt bcdegree@shaw.ca and equipped with GN5600 PHONE: (780) 964-4415 saw head. $393,500. Jean’s Diesel Shop Ltd., Air Mister Ceiling Mount Dust / Temperature Control Makes a safer work place. Available Now at Van-Ed Equipment. Few left at $985. vanedequipment.com PHONE: (604) 888-9020

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2013 870C Tigercat, well maintained, 8,500hrs., all service records, spring service done, ready to work! $285,000. Kamloops, BC PHONE: (250) 320-1871

2006 MTU1500 DSE3, 1200 kWa, GM34995GA78 and GM38379.

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LOADERS (Track)

2003 CAT D6R, 10,500 hrs. P.A.T dozer, dif steer, U/C approx.. 45%, will rent. $78,000. Calgary, AB PHONE: (403) 244-7813

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1989 Cat D6H LGP D.D. Dozer .....................$39,500

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2008 Komatsu WA-320-5 Wheel Loader Hyd. Quick Change w/ Bucket and Forks. Visit website for pics. ...... ...........................................................................$59,500

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BANNING EQUIPMENT LTD 8901 Penn Road, Prince George, BC Phone: 250-564-7226 Fax: 250-564-7233 Email: scott@banningequipment.com EQUIPMENT FOR SALE

2001 - TH82 - Cat Telehandler - 8,000 lb....................... $28,000 2002 - 863 - Bobcat Skidsteer ....................................... $21,900 2006 - SK210LC - Warratah Processor ........................ $79,500 2004 - D6R XW Series II Crawler 6-way blade ........ $140,000 2004 - IT28G Tool Carrier - c/w Bucket ........................ $65,000 2011 - 535C Cat Skidder - Grapple/Chains/Blade ....... $65,000 1993 - IT14F - Tool Carrier - Rebuilt Trans ................... $34,000 2008 - IT38H - Tool Carrier - 8469 Hrs......................... $110,000 2008 - Excavator - 8018 - JCB Mini............................... $21,500 2005 - 950G - 30 Ton Forklift .......................................... $30,000 1987 - 660C Gradall Excavator Wheel .......................... $25,000

DOZER ATTACHMENTS

Blade - D7R - Dat Blade & C-Frame Cat ...................... $16,000 Blade - D8K U-Dozer - Cat ............................................... $6,500 Brush Rake - D8K - Weldco Beales ............................... $6,000 Brush Rake - D9H - WBM 168” ....................................... $7,500 Rear Hitch & Counter Weight D6T ................................. $3,500 Ripper - D6R - Cat M/S ................................................... $12,500 Ripper - D7G - Cat M/S ..................................................... $4,500 Ripper - D7R - Ripco M/S ............................................... $11,000 Shank - D10T - Ripper Shank .......................................... $6,500 Winch - D5H - Cat ........................................................... $12,000 Winch - D7R - Cat 9EB.................................................... $15,000

WHEEL LOADER ATTACHMENTS

Broom - IT28G - BP25 100” Broom *Rebuilt*................ $8,500 Bucket - 344J - 4 yard Q/A *New* ................................. $3,500 Bucket - 914H - Cat BOE 94” .......................................... $3,000 Bucket - 950G/H - Cat BOE 114” ..................................... $7,000 Bucket - 966G - 125” GP *New* ..................................... $7,000 Bucket - 980G - Cat Chip Bucket .................................... $8,500 Coupler - 950H - WBM Q/A 3W22141............................. $6,500 Forks - IT28G - Cat Q/A 48” .............................................. $6,500 Forks - IT38G - Cat Q/A 54” .............................................. $6,500 Forks - 930H - Fusion 2008 Q/C 60” ................................. $5,000 Grapple - 928G, IT28G - Pipe ........................................... $5,000 Grapple - 938G, IT38G - Pipe ........................................... $5,000 Grapple - 966G - WBM Shortwood .............................. $10,000 Jib - 930H - Cat IT Lugging............................................... $2,500 Jib - 938K - Fusion Q/A ..................................................... $4,500 Teeth - Grapple Hensley (17) *New* ..........................$150 ea. Tires - 938G 20.5” x 25” (2) *New*................................. $3,000 Tires - 950G Stonetorch 23.5” x 25” (4) *New*............. $5,100 Tires - CS56 23.26” Good Year Diamond Tread (2) ....... $3,900

MOTOR GRADER ATTACHMENTS

Blade - 140M - WBM 130” Manual A ............................ $7,500 Blade & Lift Mount - 140/140M - WBM ....................... $10,000 Lift Grp. Front - 140M/160M - Hyd. Cat........................... $7,000 Ripper - 140H - Cat M/S.................................................. $10,500 Ripper - 14H - Cat M/S.................................................... $12,000 Push Block - Champion ...................................................... $800 Push Block - 14M Front Block Assy ............................... $3,995 Ripper - 16G - Partial ........................................................ $3,500

SKIDSTEER ATTACHMENTS

Auger - 30C - Bobcat Auger c/w Bits ............................ $4,200 Sweeper - SS - Sweepster 72” ...................................... $4,100

EXCAVATOR ATTACHMENTS

Brush Rake - 135 - WBM Q/A *New* ............................ $3,500 Brush Rake - 200 - 60” CWS Q/A *New*....................... $5,000 Brush Rake 200 CWS Widestick 62”(btw ears16-1/2”) .......$4,500 Brush Rake - 200 - 46” FAS Q/A *Missing tine* ........... $2,500 Brush Rake 250 WBM Q/C 72” *New* .......................... $6,000 Bucket - 200 - 42” WBM Q/A AMI *New* .................... $7,175 Bucket - 200 - 54” Skeleton WBM Q/A *New* ............ $5,500 Bucket - 320C W/O Twist a Wrist Finning 60” .............. $6,800 Bucket - 250 - 42” Dig WBM Q/A.................................... $4,500 Bucket - 250 - 66” C/U Finning QA .................................. $5,500 Bucket - 250 - 66” C/U WBM Q/A ................................... $4,500 Bucket - 250 - 60” Skeleton WBM Q/A *New* ............ $5,500 Bucket - 330 - 48” WBM Dig New 336E....................... $10,000 Bucket - 330 - 72” C/U WBM Q/A ................................... $7,000 Bucket - 450 - 84” WBM Q/A .......................................... $6,000 Bucket - 336E - 72” WBM Q/A ........................................ $6,000 Ripper - 200 - WBM Q/A................................................... $3,000 Ripper - 330 - Finning Q/A ................................................ $4,000 Thumb - 330 - Caterpillar Hyd.......................................... $5,500

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2010 Cat 980H, Command steering, GP bucket, tire size: 29.5R25 (front 2002 Komatsu WA380-3L and rear) 4,791.9 hours. wheel loader, 4 yd bucket, $295,000.00 asking $68,000. Excellent Okanagan Iron Worx Inc PHONE: (250) 769-5835 condition. PHONE: (306) 921-7583 OR PHONE: (306) 752-2873 1985 Caterpillar 966D. $45,000. OBO Terrace, BC RON: (250) 631-9979

Need log marking hammers? Overnight delivery, most cases. Achinback Foundry, #103-1017 Dunford Ave, Victoria, BC. PHONE: (250) 474-0037 OR: (877) 474-0037

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FOR SALE Pictures Available MADILL 0-99 YARDER, Working Condition ............. $175,000 MADILL O-71 YARDER, c/w RIGGING, STUBS,ETC. . $85,000 MADILL 009 YARDER, On Rubber, 3406C .................... $45,000

EQUIPMENT SALES Wayne Giles: Ashley Roney: 250-691-1650 250-845-9169

MAKI 11 SLACK LINE CARRIAGE, with Radio’s Recent

MOTOR GRADERS

Engine Change ............................................................... $15,000

53 Ft. GREAT DANE REEFER. 2004 TANDEM, Rib Alum

2005 CAT 14H VHP Very Good Condition, 30% Tires, Newer Engine (3,000 Hrs), Newer Transmission, New Front Wheel Bearings, Resealed Valve Bank, Front Plow, Snow Wing, 14’ Mobard, New Implement Motor, c/w New Snow Tires And Rims, New Carbide Tip Cutting Edge, Tire Chains, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Very Well Maintained, Tight, No Issues, Ready To Work. Hours: 18,812 ............................................................................................$235,000 CAD

Floor. Current B.C. MVI ................................................... $7,500

FELLER BUNCHERS:

2000 CHAMPION 740A GRADER, Very nice cond. with 6400

2013 MADILL 2250C Excellent Condition, 70% U/C, New Bottom Rollers, New Implement Pump, Updated Radiator, Madill 24” Full Rotate Hot Saw, Heat, A/C, Radio, Well Maintained, Tight, No Issues. Hours: 4,800 ........................................................$375,000 CAD

SKYLEAD CARRIAGE, Good Working Condition ...... $40,000 AMERICAN 5765 LOG LOADER, Work Ready ............ $37,500

Hrs. Frt Plow & 14’ Bullboard ...................................... $70,000 CAT CS563E VIB. PACKER, Good Tires, Rebuilt Engine, Good Drum, Work Ready ............................................. $65,000 980 B, Running Condition ............................................. $22,250 35 Ft. ALUM. CREW BOAT/TENDER, Cat 3208 ........... $19,500 1991 WESTERN STAR FLATDECK, 94,000 km, Has Front HIAB and Rear Power Gate & L-10. ............................ $29,500 1978 FORD LN800, 10 TON STINGER CRANE 3208 Engine, 10spd. trans, 16’ Deck. Good working condition, can be certified. .......................................................................... $15,000 ALUM. BOX LINER, 8 Ft. Late Model Ford .................. $1,500 2009 ALLMAND LIGHT PLANT, 8 Kw. Diesel ............... $3,250 LINCOLN 600 AMP, AC WELDERS, 3 Phase 240/480, Good Working Cond. .................................................................. $750 400 AMP, LINCOLN WELDER, With Perkins Diesel ... $2,500

2011 TIGERCAT L870C Very Good Condition, 80% U/C, 5702 Full Rotate Saw, Newer Hydraulic Pump, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Tight, Well Maintained, Ready To Work. Hours: 13,000 ................$240,000 CAD

SKIDDERS: 2000 TIGERCAT 630B Good Condition,40% Tires And Chains, Newer Drop In Motor ( 2000 Hrs ), Resealed Front And Rear Differentials, LED Lights, Heat. A/C, Stereo, Tight, Well Maintained, Ready To... Hours: 18,000 ......................................................................$58,000 CAD 2013 CAT 545C Very Good Condition, 50% Tires & Chains, Updated Transmission, Rebuilt Front Diff, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Tight, Very Well Maintained, Ready To Work. Hours: 7,400 ..................$175,000 CAD

LOG LOADERS: 2005 MADILL 1800 Good Condition, 50% U/C, Newer Pins and Bushings, WBM Power Grapple, Heat A/C, Tight, Well Maintained, Ready To Work. Grapple: WBM, Grapple Condition: Good. Hours: 12,228.................................................................................$145,000 CAD 2012 DEERE 2454D Very Good Condition, 70% U/C, CWS Power Grapple, Newer Engine, Newer Pump, Newer Swing Box and Motor, Newer Boom Pins, New Turbo, New Starter, New Oil Cooler, New Seat, Heat... Hours: 8,600 ........................$260,000 CAD

GRACO FLUID DISPENSING PUMPS, Air Driven, Duraflow

DOZERS:

6500/100 ...................................................................... $3,500 EA. PORT A POWER RAMS & PUMPS, 50 T to 125 T ........P.O.R.

2007 DEERE 850J WT Good Condition, 40% U/C, DAT Blade, Screens, Sweeps, MS 4 Barrel Ripper, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Tight, Well Maintained, Ready To Work. Hours: 9,100 ...........$95,000 CAD

TIMBERJACK SKIDDER, Older Unit, Phone/Text ..... $25,000

PROCESSORS:

TIDY “L” FUEL TANK AND TOOL BOX c/w PUMP$ ..... $900 450 LITER TIDY TANK c/w PUMP, DOUBLE WALL ........ $550

2004 HITACHI ZX200 Very Good Condition, 50% U/C, Full Forestry Guarding, Newer Hydraulic Pump, Newer Rotec Bearing, Resealed Valve Bank, Heat, A/C, Radio, Waratah 622B, Computerized Measuring... Hours: 24,970 ..............................................$45,000 CAD

STIHL BOOM STICK AUGER BT120C ............................... $900

FORWARDERS:

HONDA EM 5000 SX GAS GEN SET 120/240 ................ $1,200

1999 TIMBERJACK 1010B Good Condition, 60% Tires & Tracks, New Batteries, Heat, A/C, Well Maintained, Tight, No Issues. Knuckleboom Crane. Hours: 16,800................................$78,000 CAD

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Rubber-lined 150 hp 10x10 Slurry Pump with controls P l a c e r G o l d P r o p e r t y Barkerville Area Placer, and electronic eye and 4Sale, 7 Legacy claims Claims of approx. 291.52 tank. Approx. 200 hrs use. $40,000. (1970’s), 6 groups staked Hectares, incl., overlapping auremalliance@hotmail. in recent yrs. Total 13 lease. $75,000. (feeder, com claim blocks all adjoining. trommel, sluice & genset. PHONE: (509) 951-3156 971.2 Hectares, $250,000. neg.) Do you like us on All weather road to prop- RGT Goldhunters Ltd. Facebook? Go to this link erty, 5km off the Barkerville PHONE: (250) 727-8035 and like our page today! Hwy. Do not leave voiceSuperior variable speed supplypost.com/facebook mail. Grizzly belt feeder. Hopper Phone for more info. PARTS is 20 ton capacity. 200 hrs MEL: (250) 983-5129 use. $40,000. Located in Can’t find what you are Next Advertising Deadline YK. looking for? Thousands of is: July 14, 2017. Call auremalliance@hotmail. more machines and equipcom Sheryl for rates. ment for sale on: PHONE: (509) 951-3156 www.supplypost.com CALL: 1-800-663-4802

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Devon 250-215-2352 Cell Mike 250-717-6077 Cell HARLEY DAVIDSON’S!!!! 2012 Harley Davidson Ultra Limited, 103ci, 6spd, 7,500 miles, Quick Release Rear Box, Heated Grips, Loaded and Beautiful. Trades Accepted. ...........................................$23,500 2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic, 103ci, 6spd, 20,900kms, Loads of Chrome, Loads of Extras. Trades Accepted. ....$21,500 DOZERS 2010 D5K LGP 5,500 hrs, 3 shank 2bbl Ripper, 6 Way Blade, Auto Grease, Plumbed for GPS, Very Clean and Nice Dozer, Ready to Go to Work. .....................................................$99,500 2002 D6N, 6,600 hrs. cab, 6 way blade, Ripper, 85% U/C, Fresh service .................................................................$94,500 TRUCKS 2011 Peterbilt 388, 550HP, Cummins ISX, 18spd, Full Lockers, 46 Rears, Lowbed Ramps, All New Rubber, 220,000kms, Small Sleeper, Very Sharp Truck ............................................$92,500 2009 Western Star, 530 Hp, 18 Spd, Full Lockers, 845,000 Kms, Wet Kit, 46 Rears, 32" Sleeper, Very Solid Truck. ..........$50,500 1993 International 4700 S/A Tree Spade Truck, 342,000 Kms, DTA 360, 7 Spd, Holt 52 In. Tree Space, Works And Runs Great .............................................................................$31,500 1987 Kenworth T800 Tandem Dump Truck, 444 Cummins, Nahanni Box with High LIft Gate, 18 Spd, Elec. Tarp, Fresh CVI, Very Good Old Truck. ....................................................$27,500 LOADERS AND SKID STEERS 1987 Caterpillar 936, Fresh Paint, 9,900 hrs, Ex-City unit, 75% Rubber, Excellent Shape. ..............................................$39,500 2012 Cat 246C, 840 hrs, Cab, AC, Aux Hyd, Tooth Bucket, Hyd Q/A, Excellent Condition Like New .................................$39,500 2008 Bobcat T190, 2,800 hrs, Good Tracks, Canopy, 72” Smooth Edge Bkt, Solid Machine. .. Was $25,500 NOW $22,500 1991 Caterpillar 926E, 75% Rubber, Tight Pins & Bushings, Hyd. Q/A, Bucket & Forks .............. Was $37,500 NOW $32,500 PACKERS 1998 Caterpillar 433CS, 66” Smooth Drum, 3,900 Hrs, Good Rubber, Very Clean Machine, Ready to Work. ................$28,500 EXCAVATORS 2006 Kobelco 135SR, 4,500 hrs, Zero Tail Swing, 2 Bkts, A/C, Tight Machine................................................................$69,500 2006 Hitachi ZX30, Zero Tail Swing, 2,350 Hrs, Hyd. Thumb, Q/A with Digging Bkt, Pattern Changer, Steel Tracks .....$26,500 1992 Takeuchi TB025, Cab, 2,700 Hrs, Swing boom, Rubber Track, Dozer, Very Clean, Runs Excellent .......................$17,500 TRAILERS 1998 Peerless Tri-Axle Lowbed, Detachable Neck, Alum Wheels, 24ft x 8’6 deck, Air Ride, Good Decking, Matching Rubber, Fresh CVI at Time of Sale, Very Nice Lowbed ..............................$31,500 1996 Gerrys 50 Ton Tri Lowbed, Tri-Compatible, 10ft Wide, Detach/Flip Over Neck, Air Ride, Good Solid Bed ...........$45,500 1986 Clemens 24’ End Dump, Quarter Frame, Tub Style, Liner, Tarp, 80% Rubber, Cert. ...... Was $22,500 NOW $19,500

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MACHINES FOR SALE 618 TJ Buncher ................................................ $21,000 Cat D7F Dozer, w/ parts D7F ........................... $27,000

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1996 Hitachi EX270-LC 10,000 Original Hrs! Very Clean & No Leaks, 2 Bkts And Q/C, Hyd. Thumb, w/Windshield Screen ......... .......................................................................................$54,500 1996 Cat D250-E 6X6 Articulating Rock Truck Good Rubber, A/C. Retarder, 14,500 Hours. Centre Hitch Repairs Underway. .... ........................................................................................ Call Ed 1987 Cat 963 Track Loader Cab, Tooth Bucket, Winch. ................ ..................................................................... Offered at $14,900 1999 Cat D6-M 11,800 Hours, Cab, Air, 6-Way Blade, Runs Great ...............................................................Currently On Rent 2002 Cat 160-H Grader Ripper, Cab, Push Block, Snow Wing, Top Con 5. Rebuilt Front Axle, Rebuilt Circle, Good Rubber 17.5, Delivery Today. ................................................................ Call Ed MINI EXCAVATORS / 84” PACKERS 2014 Case CX17-B c/w 2 Buckets And Quick Change, Blade, Rubber Tracks. ............................................................................. 2015 Case CX36-B c/w 2 Buckets And Quick Change, Blade, Cab, A/C, Under 100 Hours, Rent Or Purchase ...............$53,500 1976 Raygo Rascal 84” Smooth Drum Good Rubber, GM Power, Runs And Packs Well, OROPS ............................$13,500 LOGGING EQUIPMENT 1997 Cat 330BL High Rise Log Loader Butt N Top Grapple, Excellent Undercarriage, New Batteries, Runs Great, Looks Good, Immediate Delivery. ........Make Me An Offer. Time To Go! 2014 John Deere 2954 W/24” Waratah Exc. Cond, Immediate Delivery, Everything Works Great, Good U/C, Boom Bushings Just Done, Engine Tune Up. In Kamloops Yard. ........................... 2012 Hitachi ZX210 Forester 622B High and Wide, Immediate Delivery, Good U/C, Good History, Rebuilt Engine. ...................... 1990 Cat 966-F W/Log Grapple Excellent Rubber, Ready For Immediate Delivery. ..............................................Deal Pending! TRUCKS AND TRAILERS 2000 Freightliner With High Rise Sleeper Series 60 12.7, 500 HP, 18 Speed, Air Liner Susp., 40 Rears W/Double Loks, All Alum. Wheels, Good Rubber, Has To Go. ....... Make Me An Offer 1999 Western Star Low Bed Tractor Rebuilt Single Turbo Cat 550 Hp, 18 Spd., 46 Rears Neway Air Ride Hd., Low Bed Ramps, 40” Sit Down Sleeper, Good Rubber, Aluminum Wheels, BC MVI To July 2017 ................................................. Let’s Make A Deal! 1999 Del 14’ Gravel Pup X-City, Great Shape, New BC MVI On Completed Sale, Tarp, Good 22.5 Rubber. .... Offered At $12,500 1994 Anser Tri Axle Long Logger.. Make An Offer $$ Bank Repo MISC 966-F Welco M-26 Log Grapple Good Shape. ..................$6,500 5 NEW 20' Containers In Stock!! Delivery Arranged. ...$3,650 ea 1 - 40' Container, Used In Stock 2 - 45’ Containers, Used In Stock All Containers Are Available For Monthly Rent! 2 Used “Evergreen” 20’ Good Shape! Delivery Arranged..$2,650 ea One 20’ Custom Office/Storage Trailer In Stock, Window & Man Door, Insulated & Wired Steel Partition To 10 ft Storage Room w/ 2 Double Locking Swing Doors. . Make An Offer! Was $8,750 Custom Built Office/First Aid Containers, Let Us Know What

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NEXT AD 2006 Elrus 6x20 Incline Screendeck, 3 deck, 2 cross belts. Call for Price. Kode Contracting, Prince George, BC nbellerive@kode.ca PHONE: (250) 981-8947

2013 Tigercat 630D, 5,445 hrs.Warranty on powertrain, Cummins engine / Engine, 260 HP, 35.5 x 32 tires. Machine inspected, in excellent condition $258,000. Hearst, ON Jean’s Diesel Shop Ltd. Jeansdieselshop.com yvonjean@ntl.sympatico.ca PHONE: (705) 362-4478

2012 Fontaine 53’ step deck, good rubber, low km’s, winches both sides, jockey box, loud levellers, excellent shape. MIKE: (250) 961-8864

2013 BRON 450 Reel Carrier, Tile Puller, Cat Power, Larger Pumps & Motors, 36” Pads. 4,990 hrs. BRON - Woodstock ON. 2 0 0 8 6 0 t o n t r i - a x l e www.rwfbron.com lowbed, c/w loading ramps, billb@rwfbron.com double drop deck, certi- PHONE: (519) 533-2796 fied. Excellent condition - TF: (800) 263-1060 Can’t find what you are $48,500. PHONE: (306) 921-7583 looking for? Thousands of more machines and equipOR (306) 752-2873 BM&M 3’ x 8’ tow deck ment for sale on: screen. Very low hours. Can’t find what you are www.supplypost.com Spare screens. $25,000 OBO 2 0 1 4 T i g e r c a t 6 3 0 D , looking for? Thousands of HUGH: (604) 657-7167 5,300hrs.Warranty on pow- more machines and equipertrain, Cummins engine / ment for sale on: SKIDDERS Engine, 260HP, 35.5 x 32 www.supplypost.com tires. $267,000. Hearst, ON 1980 Knight Gravel Pup Jean’s Diesel Shop Ltd. Jeansdieselshop.com Near new tires 11R24.5, yvonjean@ntl.sympatico.ca New Brakes & Drums, PHONE: (705) 362-4478 1996 Wolfe 400 3406 Cat Manual Tarp $9,750 OBO Power, 6” Chute, Recent Slocan Park, BC TRAILERS 2015 Portafill 2000CT Factory repairs completed. S c r e e n e r , A s N e w 1993 TrailMax Tilt Deck, ALEX: (250) 359-7188 12,000 hrs. Very Good Condition, 1” and 2” Decks Near New Cond. w/near 1 9 9 4 T r a i l m a x - T i l t , Condition. Available, 3” Top Grid new tires 255/70R22.5, BRON - Woodstock ON. TD42T, New brakes, drum, Deck, 280 hrs. $120,000 Air Brakes, 8’6” Wide, 24’ www.rwfbron.com CAD. Steel Deck $12,500 OBO, shoes, pintle hitch, Air billb@rwfbron.com brakes, one owner. NORSTONE PHONE: (519) 533-2796 Slocan Park, BC ALEX: (250) 359-7188 PHONE: (250) 368-5525 PHONE: (604) 866-0482 TF: (800) 263-1060

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“NEW” TD25C-E-G Track Group ........................................CALL 1979 Dresser TD8E - 6 way & winch ..........................$21,000 1996 Dresser TD9H 6 way blade, winch, new U/C ........$44,000 2008 Dressta TD9M 93 hp, 6 way blade, encl. cab ...........$65,000 1996 Dresser TD15E w/ enclosed cab, angle or semi-U .....................................................................................$55,000 1979 Dresser TD20E w/ angle blade & winch.............$37,000 1983 Dresser TD20E with angle blade, winch, enclosed cab ........................................................................................$43,000 1987 Dresser TD20G cab, ripper, angle blade ..............$65,000 2011 Dressta TD20M w/ a. blade & ripper, 1,433 hrs. ...... CALL 2000 Caterpillar 535B Grapple Skidder ......................$35,000 1977 Dresser TD25C angle blade, ripper or winch.......... $21,000 1983 Dresser TD25E w/angle blade, ripper, encl. cab ........ CALL 2015 Case SV300-2 Skid Steer 2,535 hrs ..................$49,000

Coming In Clark 667D Skidder Hyundai 210 w/ Power Clam Komatsu PC 250 Hoe Cat D25 Rock Truck Komatsu 270 Log Loader

Miscellaneous For Sale CURRENT MACHINES DISMANTLED

IH • DRESSER • DRESSTA • TD9 • TD15B • TD15C • TD15C-20-E-G CLEARING RAKES • TD15E • TD20B • TD20C • TD20E • TD20G • TD25C TD25E • 175A • 250C • HOUGH 515 • 530 • H65 • H80B • H90E • H100 CLARK 666 & 667 • JD540A & B • JD640 • 648D • 648E KOMATSU D65-6 • 950F CAT BUCKET • PULLMASTER R7-15-135 WINCH TD20E-G FULL U-BLADE 6 • TD25E-G FULL U-BLADE (2) 20.5 X 25 TIRES L5 6 • (4) 1400R25 TIRES • GEARMATIC 22 WINCH

NEW & USED IH DRESSER PARTS

MONTHLY SPECIAL:

1998 Vibromax 1103D Roller ....................... $37,500

NEWLY LISTED:

• Weldco Clam Grapple, Like New ................. $34,000 • 1995 PC300-5 Guarded w/ Grapple .............. $57,500 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

INVENTORY:

2010 580 Case 4400 Hours ....................... $59,500 1996 Komatsu WA500 Bucket Machine .......... $69,000 Cat 313BSR 2 Bkts, Thumb, Rake, Blade ....... $55,000 Used Trainer Bros 200 Size Hoe Pack ............ $7,500 Assorted Heel Racks And Grapples ...................POR Tridem Highway Logging Trailer .................. $6,000 Certified Fuel Tanks 1000 Gal 500 Gal ................POR 1996 Mac / Lowbed E7, 18sp, 400km ............ $29,500 Nahanni Pup .............................................SOLD Knight End Dump .................................... $12,500 2000 Terex TA40 w/ Parts Truck ................... $89,000 2004 Volvo EC 140 .................................. $97,000 Assorted Shoring for Pipelining .......................POR 2007 Sterling / Can American Slinger XL19 .... $79,500 Hitachi EX200-2 ..........................................POR 2003 John Deere 330 Forester Roadbuilder . $98,500 1999 PC 300-6 guarded Excavator............. $60,000 Finning M40, PR66, recent repairs, new engine. .... . ..................................................... $67,500 1986 D7G, U/C 40%, 6 way blade. ............ $55,500 Traxxon Tank Drill 671 GM VR 140 Hammer 750 CFM. POR Grizzley Behind Cab Loader. .....................$8,500 2007 Kenworth T800 Tri Drive 60 Ton Sleeper Boom Truck, removable deck. ........................$200,000 Moxy MT30 Articulated Truck. ................. $37,000 Hitachi ZX 75 rubber pads, complete set, new. .....POR

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OVERSIZED EQUIPMENT SERVICES Equipment • Attachments • Used Parts

2463 Townline Road, Abbotsford, BC, Canada • (604) 855-9977

ROCK TRUCK: Cat 769D (1999) flat floor box, 80% tires, clean, records on file. .........................................................................................$95,000

CRAWLER TRACTOR:

Cat D8R (1997) cab, MS ripper, SU dozer, 10% U/C. ...... $98,000

EXCAVATOR:

Cat 320C (2003) hyd. thumb, quick coupler, buckets ......$47,000 Cat 235DLC (1993) quick coupler ....................................$32,000 JD 200CLC (2003) quick coupler, thumb .........................$47,000 ZX200LC (2004) quick, dig, and hyd thumb ....................$43,000 SK480LC (2000) quick and a dig ...........................................POR

WHEEL LOADER: Man Lift Genie Z45 (1999) 2 wheel drive .........................$9,000 IT14B Caterpillar Quick Coupler, bucket ...........................$29,000 Sweeper to fit a Caterpillar IT .................................................POR

ATTACHMENTS • 4 yd L120 bucket ........................................................... $1,500 • 3 1/2 yd 910EF/IT14F ..................................................... $3,500 • Orange peel grapple to fit a 220 size machine, free rotation ...... ..................................................................................... $14,000 • Clamshell Bucket to fit a 330, double motor rotation ......... POR

USED TRACK GROUPS Model Section 345BLC 52 345BLC 52 JD160 44

Pitch 8.5 8.5 7.5

Pad Width (Bar) Remaining 36" (3) 80% 32" (3) 80% 28" (3) 80%

HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS Stick boom and bucket cylinders all models, rebuilt or as is, no core required on most models.

FORESTRY ATTACHMENTS Button Tops, Heal Racks, Denarko Heads, Pierce Heads, & Risley Heads. Waratah HTH624 complete with computer and monitor.

COMPONENTS IN STOCK • Final Drives • Swing Boxes • Engines • Differentials • Hydraulic Cylinders • Hydraulic Pumps

• Wheel Planetary • Hose Kits For All Machines

WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF EQUIPMENT THAT HAS BEEN DISMANTLED FOR USED PARTS Currently Wrecking on: 980G, 330BLC, 320BLC, 324CLC, 325B, 892E, D8N (9TC)

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EQUIPMENT FOR SALE

TRUCKS

WIRE ROPE

2011 Deere 2454/623 Waratah Processor , 12,700 Hours...........................................................$185,000. 2013 Deere 3754/ CWS Butt and Top Log Loader, 8,500 Hours ................................................$265,000. 2004 Komatsu PC200LC/Waratah 622B, Processor, 15,000 Hours ................................................ $60,000. 2005 Tigercat 630C Skidder, Chains, 16,000 Hours. ... ...................................................................... $43,000. 2012 Deere 903K, 9,300 Hours ..................$230,000. 2004 D6R LGP, Cab, A/C, Angle Blade, Tilts, Ripper, Sweeps, Screens, 75% U/C, 6,960 Hours. ....$110,000. 2008 Deere 953J, 24” Hi Rotation Head, 13,000 Hours …................................................................... $85,000. 2008 Deere 953J, 24” Hi Rotation Head, 18,600 Hours ...................................................................... $48,000. 2007 Hyundai 320LC, QC, 2 Buckets, Thumb, Catwalks, 3,000 Hours ................................................$103,500. NEW AMI Quick Coupler c/w Blank Hooks For Hyundai HL730 ............................................................. $2,715. 2013 Tigercat 630D Grapple Skidder, Chains, 35.5 x 32 Tires, 7,800 Hours ..................................$200,000. 2014 Tigercat 630D Grapple Skidder, Chains, 35.5 x 32 Tires, 5,460 Hours ..................................$255,000. 2014 Deere 959K, 24” Hi Rotation Head, 6,200 Hours . ....................................................................$300,000.

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WYATT’S USED EQUIPMENT SALES & PARTS (2) 2014 Hyundai 3026 Processor ....$376,500 each 2006 Ranger 800-2 rock pilot drill .............$210,000 1995 Cat D5H TSK, swing boom grapple, 6-way blade ..........................................................$117,000 1997 Peerless Tridem Hayrack ......................... $26,500 Tanguay TG88C Skidder ................................ $250,000 1997 Timberjack 933D Clam Bunk, 3,850 Hrs............... .........................................................................$135,000 Dresser TD20G Dozer ....................................... $49,500 Champion 780 Grader....................................... $54,000 2007 K-Line 10' Wide Tridem Lowbed, w/jeep & booster ............................................................$120,000 20' T/A Truck Flat Deck, like new ...................... $18,000 2007 Tanguay TG88E Grapple Skidder .......$350,000 1990 Cat D8N, U-blade & ripper ................$165,000 Cat D6T Draw Bar, with counterweights............. $4,750 Dresser TD25G Ripper........................................ $2,500 Cat IT28F Rim .........................................................$700 2 Cat 525 Skidder Rims .................................$400 each 9600 Liter Fuel Tank............................................ $3,500 4 John Deere Skidder Winches ................. $2,500 each Tree Tow Dresser TD20E Grapple .....................$9,500 Cat 950F, grapple & quick attach ...................$5,000 Weldco Beales Log Grapple, fits 966D, E or F ...$4,500 (8) New OEM Cat HD Bkt. Teeth, c/w 1 tooth adapter, fits 988 or 990 ....................................$2,400 Cat 140M Snow Wing WBM...............................$5,500 Cat D11 U/C, 6 sprocket segment, idler & roller ... $12,750 10' Wide Long Log Bunk................................ $1,250 Cat D6C LGP Straight Blade ........................... $6,000 100 Mile House, BC

Call 250-706-8594

2009 International Pro Star - Burgundy SX 500. Sleeper. 550 Cummins with 13,000km on rebuilt motor, EGR system. ($50,000 work done, not used since due to health issues). 13 spd. 1850 torque. 40 rears, 2 spares. 3" product pump. Double lockers. Wabasso block, bunk heater, Hurd bumper. Very clean and in excellent shape. $44,000 Houston, BC PHONE: (250) 845-8847

REDUCED PRICE NOW $10,000 NEW Wire Rope (3,786’) Coated – Unused Excellent Condition. LOT SPECIAL $10,000 – New Approx. $140,000. Inventory Available: (2) 2-1/4” x 360’, (6) 2-1/2” x 315’, (6) 2-1/2” x 156’, (4) 3-1/4” x 60’, (Includes Cable Ends) Pro-Ex - sales@pro-ex.com PHONE: 1-800-256-0871

YARDERS

TRUCKS (Off Hwy) 1969 Kenworth RF 55 ton Columbia trailer, 14’ bunks, Grizzly loader, 90-91 rear ends, Port McNeil, BC VICTOR: (250) 956-2073

(2) 6280 Swing Grapple Yarders, The Cadillac of TRUCKS Yarders. Well maintained, excellent condition. One available now, 2nd available late 2017. - Sladey Timber Ltd, Madeira Park, B.C. Canada dsladey@telus.net 7 9 M a c k W L 7 1 2 L T DOUG: (604) 740-1122 300 plus engine, 15 spd (all runs), Tulsa winch and extras As is, as a parts truck, $4000 cash. Vanderhoof, BC. Allan Bailey: PHONE: (250) 570-9723 OR (250) 567-9798

(Parts)

Madill 122 Grapple Swing Yarder Built: November 1988,Mechanically A1, very well maintained machine. Approx. 12,000 engine hours, Several spares with machine; grapple and slack pulling carriage. Location: Tasmania, KPI 832 portable classi- Australia. POR fying tank, twin 36” sand Contact: Kevin musketts@bigpond.com screws. For sale or rent CALL: 011 61 0428 144 98 HUGH: (604) 657-7167

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EACOM Joins Forest Products Association Of Canada Forest Products Association of Canada is pleased to announce that EACOM Timber Corporation has become a member of the association. Established in 2008, EACOM is a major wood products company in Eastern Canada. Its operations include the manufacturing, marketing and distribution of lumber and wood-based value-added products, and the management of forest resources. “EACOM’s commitment to sustainable forest management practices, innovative advanced technology, and providing good jobs to talented people makes us proud to have them as an FPAC member” says Derek Nighbor, CEO FPAC. “They are a welcome and invaluable addition to the FPAC family and we look forward to

working with them to advance the success of the forest products industry.” EACOM employs 1100 employees and owns seven sawmills in Timmins, Gogama, Elk Lake, Ear Falls and Nairn Centre in Ontario and Matagami and Vald’Or in Québec. EACOM also owns a remanufacturing facility in Vald’Or, Québec, and an engineered I-joists plant in Sault-Ste. Marie, Ontario. “FPAC is well known for being a strong voice for Canada’s forest products industry’’ said Kevin Edgson, EACOM CEO, “we are proud to join the movement and eager to work with the Association and its members to promote the social, economic and environmental benefits of forestry.” b Source: FPAC

FOR SALE

GRANITE ROCK QUARRY AND SAND & GRAVEL • 100 plus acres! • Approximately 15 million cubic yards of granite rock. • Gravel 12 million cubic yards. • All equipment included in price. PRICE REDUCED TO $1.3m

Highway #4, Parksville - Qualicum area on Vancouver Island, BC. Call for more information:

Cell: (250) 756-8532 Phone: (250) 758-7652

FOR SALE

40’ Control Van 1200A Main, 2 Big Soft Starts, 15 Mag Starts, etc., etc. ..............................$33,000 Eagle Sand Screw, 16" x 18'/30” x 20’ .... $9,500 32" x 30' Conveyor ....................................... $3,300 Radial Piston, 300 H.P., Hyd. Mtr. ............. $2,200 Pulverizers & Grinders, Hammermills ..... CHEAP! Transformers, Magnets, Motors - All Sizes ... POR 800 CFM Air Compressor, Cummins ........ $5,500 Cat Mtrs. D9, 3412, D379 ................................. POR 125 H.P. Fine Ore Crusher .........................$13,000 6’ x 16’ Ty Rock Double Deck ......................$22,000 8' x 40' Trommel Gold Wash Plant. ................... POR 32ft Ramp Barge, Truckable, Carries EX200.. $55,000 40' x 80’ Bolt-together Butler Bldg. ............ $4/ft. 5' x 25’ Rotary Trommel Screener ............. $5,500 Pumps: 4", 6", 8", 10", 12" ..........................Cheap!

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Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

The Importance Of Expanded Oil Pipeline Infrastructure To The Economy Energy and its related products are a significant part of British Columbia’s and Canada’s annual exports. Along with metals and mineral products, they represent the single largest positive annual contribution to Canada’s balance of trade. In B.C., energy commodities generate direct and indirect wealth through production and export of oil, natural gas and electricity. These commodities already support tens of thousands of jobs in B.C. There is still an unprecedented opportunity for them to play an even greater role in the economy, to the benefit of both British Columbians and all Canadians. Through development of expanded pipeline infrastructure, such as Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP), our oil resources can create exceptional opportunities for B.C.’s small and mediumsized enterprises (SMEs), serve as an important source of near-term and long-term job creation and generate lasting benefit for the province, municipal governments and their communities. TMEP’s benefits include thousands of short and long-term jobs, economic activity and tax revenue to support communities and government programs. Background Trans Mountain proposed, in a December 2013 Application to the National Energy Board (NEB), to expand its existing pipeline system, increasing daily capacity from 300,000 barrels to 890,000 barrels. Following a 29-month review, the NEB, on May 29, 2016, concluded that the TMEP is in the Canadian public interest and recommended that the Federal Governor in Council approve the expansion. The NEB attached 157 conditions which address issues such as public safety, economic benefits, local job creation, emergency preparedness and emergency response, Aboriginal

interests, environmental protection and safety along both the pipeline right-ofway and the marine tanker transport route. The NEB’s review was rigourous, involving a record 404 intervenors and more than 1,200 commenters. On November 29, 2016, the Government of Canada accepted the NEB recommendation, noting that Canada needed to expand the markets for its oil products and saying that the Trans Mountain Expansion Project “will make that possible.” On January 11, 2017, the Province of British Columbia announced that the Project had received its environmental certificate from the BC’s Environmental Assessment Office subject to 37 Conditions. The Province stated that TMEP met its Requirements for British Columbia to Consider Support for Heavy Oil Pipelines, known as B.C.’s Five Conditions. It’s clear that our oil pipeline infrastructure has national economic significance. Canada’s primary energy transmission pipeline system is approximately 115,000 km in length, and the total pipeline network is approximately 840,000 km, including regional gathering, feeder and distribution lines. By comparison, there are 38,000 km of primary highway transportation linkages across the country. This infrastructure is critical to both the B.C. and Canadian economy, with the ability to transform Canadian oil producers from price takers to price makers in international markets. In 2013, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce produced a study highlighting the fact that, due to the lack of infrastructure to markets other than the U.S., Canadian producers must sell their products at a discounted price, which can cost our economy up to $50 million a day.[1] This price differential, which takes away potential tax revenues that could be

used to provide services for the people of Canada, should be a concern for everyone. The $7.4 billion Trans Mountain Expansion Project is a key to unlocking that wealth. Through the expanded pipeline, oil producers gain increased access to tidewater and see their product transported to new markets that would pay world rather than North American domestic prices.[2] Despite a fallback in oil prices, the NEB estimates oilsands output will double by 2040 — and compensate for a long-term decline in conventional oil production. This demonstrates the ongoing need for the Project — producers need a safe, reliable and cost-effective way to get this oil to market, and a pipeline is the best option to support this growth. The Project creates 800,000 person-years of work for Canadians from project development and operations. Project development will generate $3.3 billion in labour income across Canada. Approximately 58 per cent (or $1.9 billion of labour income) will be generated in B.C. The project will generate large demands for goods, services and workers, with an emphasis on local hiring, procurement, and sourcing. The Chamber anticipates that there will be opportunities for regionalbased employment during construction, as well as associated increases in labour income. Key factors to consider include development of an awareness program around pipeline jobs, working with business, industry, community, education, and training organizations. Aboriginal residents stand to benefit from consideration for hiring and the initiation of an Aboriginal employment and training program to increase access to Aboriginal employment opportunities to meet the demands of projects such

as Trans Mountain. The proposed expanded operations are anticipated to create 50 direct new fulltime permanent positions in B.C., which, when added to existing Trans Mountain pipeline system jobs, create a total of 342 direct jobs per year or 6,840 employment years over the first 20 years of operation of the expanded pipeline. In addition to direct construction work for British Columbians, there are indirect or supply chain job opportunities. The Trans Mountain Project creates 189,000 person-years of work in B.C. through construction and 20 years of operations. Excluding construction, TMEP supports about 7,600 jobs per year. This includes jobs created when oil producers reinvest the additional oil revenue they earn as a result of access to world markets. In the Lower Mainland, job creation includes almost 1,100 fulltime marine sector jobs as a result of the increase from one tanker call per week at Westridge Marine Terminal to one per day. Local governments in B.C. along the Trans Mountain right-of-way will annually receive an additional $23.2 million in property tax payments. Those payments can support community services such as police and fire protection, recreation and infrastructure, and can also be used to reduce the size of property tax increases. Additional payments projected include: • $6.22 million to Burnaby • $1.304 million to Abbotsford • $1.278 million to Kamloops • $944,000 to Chilliwack • $594,000 to Hope • $513,000 to Clearwater • $441,000 to Surrey • $243,000 to Coquitlam The Thompson-Nicola Regional District would receive an additional $7.484 million annually, followed by the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George (up $1.858 million) and the Fraser Valley Regional District (up $1.273 million). The Trans Mountain Expansion Project is important and timely. The economic benefits are substantial and will be available to fund core government projects and services including health care, education, roads and

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infrastructure, as well as support local economic activity in municipalities and Aboriginal communities along the route. Operators of small and medium businesses can expect to benefit from the economic expansion the Project creates.

mitments to delivering jobs and economic benefits as well as its regulatory requirements during the construction and operation of the pipeline; and 2. Work with local chambers of commerce and other organization to maximize local procurement and job creation during the construction and operations of all major projects, including opportunities for First Nations participation. b

The Chamber Recommends: That the Provincial Government, working with the Federal Government and the Government of Alberta, 1. support the Trans Mountain Expansion Proj- Source: BC Chamber of ect so it can meet its com- Commerce

LNH EQUIPMENT EXCAVATORS

• 1996 Hitachi EX120-3, c/w Wrist-o-Twist, Digging Bucket, and Manual Thumb. ............ $26,500 Reduced to $24,500 • Kobelco 75 Steel tracks, 3 bkts, thumb, blade ....$29,500 • 2007 Hyundai 35 mini Excavator, c/w hyd Q/A, 2 bkts, thumb, a/c, rubber tracks, 700 hours, like new ....$37,500 • HIT ZX200, 2 buckets w/ Q/C, 9520 hrs, 75% U/C, (can install thumb for $5,500) .........................................$56,500 • 2008 HIT ZX 120 w/blade, 7185 hrs, Q/C, 2 buckets (clean up bucket needs bottom replaced) plumbed for thumb (can install for $5,500) ............................................$62,500

TRUCKS

• 2005 International 8600 Tractor Truck c/w A/C, 4 way lockers, 3 stage engine brake, Cummins engine, 13 spd, magnum headache racks & tools ..........................$21,500

ASPHALT ROLLER

• 2010 Ammann Roller Model AV 95-2K ........................ POR

FINAL DRIVES

• Hyundai 210-3 Final Drive Part # 31EM40010 • CAT 315 Final Drive Complete • Hitachi EX200-1 c/w Propel Motor or Part #9065944/9080144

AXLE ASSEMBLY

• Caterpillar 936E Complete Axel Assembly Front & Rear • Caterpillar 950 Complete Axel Assembly Front & Rear

UNDERCARRIAGE

• Brand New Tracks Still On Pallet, ITR 28" Triple Grouser Pads, 7" Pitch, Will Fit Hitachi 150 ..........................$7,500

ATTACHMENTS

• 2004 Waratah 620 Warrior, complete, no computer included, nice condition. ........ $8,500 Reduced to $3,900 • Hitachi 75 HOE Pack Fits 7 Ton/ 75 Size Excavator$4,500 • D8R Blade Angle Tilt. ................................................$8,500

ENGINES

• CAT 3406 A Runner ...................................................... POR • Detroit 453 & 653 Runner ............................................ POR • • • •

WRECKING

Volvo 210 Forrester - Burnt Unit, Complete or For Parts. Cat 966C • Hitachi EX200-1 John Deere 892E Log Loader Fire Damage Cat 330BL Complete Boom w/ Cylinders, 2 Track Adjusters And Idlers, 2 Radiators c/w Oil Coolers, All Tin Work, Tool Boxes, Panels, and Hoods.

TIRES & WHEELS

• 2 CAT 950 Wheels w/Rubber 20.5 X 25....................... POR • 3 Hancock Loader Tires 23.5 X 25, 60% Remaining.. POR

MISCELLANEOUS PARTS

• Wagner 4100 Log Stacker Complete Boom Cylinder, SN: 094041 • Radiator To Fit 3406 CAT (Wagner 4100)

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• 16% INCREASE IN ECONOMY • 7% INCREASE IN WORK VOLUME • THREE EFFICIENCY MODES

MORE POWER. LESS FUEL. With KOBELCO excavators, you get best-in-class fuel economy every time you fire up the engine – no matter how tough the job. With our latest Generation 10 machines, weʼre taking that efficiency to a whole new level. These new machines now boast up to a 7% increase in work volume per hour while also providing up to a 10% increase in fuel efficiency in S-mode and an additional 6% in ECO- mode. Put one to work on your next job and add some serious power to your bottom line.

Amazing fuel efficiency, improved productivity Digging volume/hour (Compared to H-mode on previous models)

Approximately

7% increase

NOx reduction rate

The engine exhaust system has a SCR system that converts emissions into harmless nitrogen and water, combining this with a post-exhaust gas treatment system

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*88% cleaner than interim Tier IV

Newly developed attachments are reinforced for optimum durability 1

2 Enlarged reinforcement of the arm foot HD: Increased thickness of arm-foot base plate.

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3 Modified foot boss shape

New design boon foot, evenly distributes digging forces for improved durability.

The new boss design further improved strength.

New

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Engine

Main filter

Pre-filter

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3 Arm cylinder retracts 4 Arm extends

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Twelve Recipients Of The 2016 CCA Awards The Canadian Construction Association’s (CCA) awards recognize the important contributions of individuals, organizations and projects that promote and enhance the Canadian construction industry, whether through innovation, projects, or dedication to the industry. The 2016 Canadian Construction Association award recipients are: Awards of Excellence • 2016 CCA Person of the Year Award – Paul Douglas, PCL Construction • 2016 CCA Excellence in Innovation Award – Boehmers • 2016 CCA Environmental Achievement Award – PCL Construction • 2016 CCA International Business Award – Produits Métalliques (PMI) • 2016 CCA National Safety Award – Deep Foundation • 2016 CCA Partner Association Award – Calgary Construction Association

• 2016 CCA Community Leader Award – Gateman-Milloy • 2016 CCA Gold Seal Association Award – Calgary Construction Association • Awards of Recognition • 2016 CCA General Contractor Award – Kees Cusveller, Graham Group • 2016 CCA Trade Contractor Award – Patrick Waunch, Rambow Mechanical • 2016 CCA Civil Infrastructure Award – Steve Cruickshank, Cruickshank Construction • 2016 CCA Manufacturers, Suppliers and Services Award – John Owens, Revay and Associates “I’m honored to highlight these individuals, companies and associations,” said Gilbert Brulotte, CCA’s chair. It’s a privilege to be able to showcase the leadership, innovative approaches and generosity demonstrated through these awards. It

sets the bar for all of us and demonstrates what we can achieve as individuals and as organizations. Please visit the awards website to learn more about this year’s winners, the CCA Awards and to submit a nomination in the fall.” More information, including videos from the awards ceremony and a list of past recipients, is available on the CCA website at awards.cca-acc.com. ABOUT THE WINNERS Person of the Year Award – Paul Douglas, PCL Construction CCA is pleased to present Paul Douglas with the 2016 CCA Person of the Year Award for being an inspiration to his employees, his colleagues and his industry peers as well as for making significant contributions to the industry at local, provincial and national levels. Since joining PCL as a construction manager in 1985, Paul rose steadily through the ranks and was appointed CEO in 2009. Paul sees knowledge as foundational to industry strength, and believes firmly in employee education in its many forms. New at PCL is the Leadership

Academy, developed under Paul’s watch and in accordance with his dedication to employee development and advancement. Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper appointed Paul to the High Level Panel on Infrastructure Development where he was the only Canadian and industry participant on a panel of G20 countries. In 2015 he was appointed to the board of the Business Council of Canada. Paul was recently appointed into the Alberta Business Hall of Fame for outstanding achievements in free enterprise and his dedication to community service in ways that inspire all young Albertans. Excellence in Innovation Award – Boehmers CCA is pleased to present Boehmers with the 2016 CCA Excellence in Innovation Award for creating a strong culture of innovation which has resulted in an effective, more environmental product. To reduce their carbon footprint, Boehmers partnered with McGill University to research and develop the Carboclave block, which successfully modified concrete block manufacturing to additionally

July 2017 serve as a carbon ‘sink.’ It uses industry-recovered CO2 for the enhanced curing of concrete. For the Carboclave product, Paul Hargest provided $200,000+ to complement government funding, as well as the use of the Hargest manufacturing plant. Proof of concept was first carried out at the laboratory scale, then scaled-up to pilot trials, and finally implemented at the commercial scale. In spring 2016, after meeting all the engineering and manufacturing benchmarks, the Carboclave block was introduced to the market and today makes up a full 50% of Boehmers’ production. Each standard masonry block (20 cm) cured via Carboclave technology sequesters an average 0.7 lbs of CO2. This is equivalent to embedding 680 g of nano-CaCO3 crystals within the block. The nano-CaCO3 precipitates effectively reinforce the hardened cement paste lending the final concrete product better mechanical performance and improved durability. Environmental Achievement Award – PCL Construction for the Jim Pattison Centre of Excellence

project at the Okanagan College CCA is pleased to present PCL Construction with the 2016 CCA Environmental Achievement Award for its role in constructing a truly outstanding example of sustainable building, and for taking on the Living Building Challenge so successfully. Designed to achieve LEED Platinum status as a form of inspiration for the next generation of tradespeople, Okanagan College envisioned the Jim Pattison Centre of Excellence taking on the Living Building Challenge (LBC) to achieve an advanced measure of sustainability by focusing on seven performance areas: site, water, energy, health, materials, equity, and beauty. On top of prerequisites in each of these categories, there must be net-zero energy and water consumption. PCL was in charge of construction management, but worked closely with consultants and contractors. “The best part about the project was the team approach,” said senior project manager Gary Thomas. As part of the LBC, PCL Continued on page 51

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was also tasked with not only engaging the local community in the building process, but sourcing local materials as well. “All materials had to be sourced within a strict radius from the site. The heavier and more basic the component, the more locally you had to get it,” continued Thomas. The building itself acts as a teaching tool, with exposed HVAC systems, interactive building controls with live demonstrable data, and rooftop access allowing for study of experimental technologies. International Business Award – Produits Métalliques (PMI) CCA is pleased to award Produits Métalliques (PMI) with the 2016 CCA International Business Award for successfully having integrated into the international market. Founded in 1951, PMI specializes in the manufacture and installation of steel structures. Located in Rimouski, virtually all of PMI’s customers come from outside the region, not just Quebec, but across Canada and as far away as Africa. After seven years of management and close

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers monitoring, PMI is proud to have been involved in building Republic of Benin’s National Assembly. The building design presented new challenges for PMI. The production of 300 tonnes of steel took four months and required fifteen 40-ft. shipping containers. The installation required four three-week mobilizations involving four Quebec steel erectors and five Beninese trainee steel erectors. National Safety Award – Deep Foundations Contractors CCA is proud to present Deep Foundations Contractors with the 2016 CCA National Safety Award for its success in establishing solutions in advance of any problems, and for its continued dedication to its safety culture. Year-over-year improvement in safety performance begins with the senior management team’s active involvement in employee training and education. Prior to starting work at the job site, the crew completes a Daily Risk Assessment (DRA) form. Every new worker is paired with a mentor, and both the new worker and mentor

are identified on each job site. Deep Foundation spends time collaborating with its clients and the various teams. Its internally-developed work permit for utility interferences and work platform was adopted by other firms. Taking the initiative of creating new and safer equipment to protect employees and the public resulted in the invention of a patented pile driving spotter with an onboard computer which prevents torsional loading of the lattice boom. Deep Foundation is a member of the League of Champions and was awarded the 2015 Outstanding Safety Culture Award by the Toronto Construction Association. The company has won the Outstanding Safety Award by the International Association of Foundation Drilling five times in the last six years. Partner Association Award – Calgary Construction Association CCA is pleased to present the Calgary Construction Association with the 2016 CCA Partner Association Award for its work representing members’

issues to the local government and its ongoing exploration of new education and outreach programs and services. In 2016, the Calgary Construction Association informed the City of Calgary that it was no longer a preferred client due to its onerous contract conditions. The city and the Calgary Construction Association reviewed 74 clauses of which 62 were amended and agreed upon by both parties. New City of Calgary SGC’s were issued and are now being used on all city projects. In addition, the city also improved the Prequalification of Prime Contractors application process. In addition to its 70 courses and workshops offered in 2016, Calgary also created an owners, architects, engineers and contractors (OAEC) workshop, out of which arose a custom course and its upcoming workshop that will focus on Lean Construction. Calgary Construction Association has also recently created a Young Leaders group as a standing committee of its association. The group will focus on social, educational and

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outreach activities, including recruitment of young people into the industry. Community Leader Award – Gateman-Milloy CCA is pleased to present Gateman-Milloy with the 2016 CCA Community Leader Award for its support of today’s and tomorrow’s construction industry and its local community. Based in Kitchener, Ontario, one of GatemanMilloy’s corporate goals is to be active members in its local communities, at all levels. By providing advice and consultations, sponsorships, employment opportunities, in-kind donations, and volunteering, Gateman-Milloy is not only succeeding at business, but helping others succeed as well. Since 2009, it has been industry partner with Conestoga College’s Heavy Equipment Operator program advisory committee. To assist the program, Gateman-Milloy continues to provide equipment and materials for training, job site tours, networking opportunities, and industryrelated advice. GatemanMilloy has also set up an endowed academic grant with the College for their

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Reserve. In 2016 they received the ‘Community Builder’ award from the Grand Valley Construction Association for their contributions to Innisfree House, a hospice that provides comfort, care and closure to patients through their end-of-life journey. Gold Seal Association Award – Calgary Construction Association CCA is pleased to present the Calgary Construction Association with the 2016 CCA Gold Seal Association Award for its unwavering support of the

Gold Seal program and for bringing significant attention to the program with its Gold Seal Projects. The Seton Recreation Facility is the association’s latest Gold Seal Project. The association’s Gold Seal Projects are so wellreceived that they have led to the Gold Seal Committee revising its guidelines for developing, promoting, and implementing Gold Seal Project events, and to on-going discussions between the association and the City of Calgary regarding having all City project managers Gold Seal Certi-

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committee. Trade Contractor Award – Patrick Waunch, Rambow Mechanical CCA is pleased to award Patrick Waunch with the 2016 CCA Trade Contractors Award for his infectious enthusiasm and dedication to the growth and improvement of the industry, the association and the trade contractors council. Patrick shines a spotlight on the trades and works tirelessly to encourage growth in apprenticeship programs. Patrick oversaw and contributed to the update of a resource that clarifies the prospective responsibility that trade contractors may be assigned vis-à-vis design in CCA 53 A Trade Contractor’s Guide and Checklist to Construction Contracts, and led the development and adoption of the CCA policy statement on the naming of subtrades. In addition to being the past chair for the CCA Trade Contractors Council, Patrick chairs the Canadian Design-Build Institute’s Trade Contractors Committee. Civil Infrastructure Award – Steve Cruickshank, Cruickshank

July 2017 Construction CCA is pleased to present Steve Cruickshank with the 2016 CCA Civil Infrastructure Award for his continuing efforts in promoting positive change and innovation in the industry, and for his work on behalf of the heavy civil sector. Steve’s career began at the age of fourteen when he started working for his father. In 2000, he acquired Cruickshank Construction from his father and took on the role of CEO. He has served on the boards of the Ontario Road Builders Association, Canadian Construction Innovations and, of course, CCA. However, his contributions to the industry extend well beyond the formal roles. For example, when the current generation of area maintenance contracts with the Ontario Ministry of Transportation ran into difficulties, Steve was a champion for the industry in promoting changes and accommodations bettering the outcome for both parties. Manufacturers, Suppliers and Services Award – John Owens, Revay and Associates CCA is pleased to award John Owens with

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Daimler Celebrates The Opening Of Its Oregon High Desert Proving Grounds Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) celebrated the completion and official opening of its new High Desert Proving Grounds in Madras, Oregon. The total High Desert Proving Grounds project required an $18.7 million investment by DTNA. Work began in June 2015 to clear the land with con-

struction commencing in May 2016 by general contractor Kirby Nagelhout. The new proving grounds provide two distinct functions: firstly to merge real-world validation of DTNA’s research and development and engineering initiatives and secondly to help bring new technologies to market

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reliability of our products, as well as expedite of future technologies that enhance our customers’ bottom line.” Attending the facility’s grand opening celebration were Roger Nielsen, president and CEO, Daimler Trucks North America; Wilfried Achenbach, senior vice president of engineering; and Madras Mayor, Royce Embanks. Additional local and state officials as well as trade and local media attended to witness the opening. “This is a great day for Madras. Having Daimler Truck North America invest in our city is a testament of a long partnership,” said Royce Embanks, Mayor of Madras. “Daimler Trucks North America has a long history with the City of Madras and the partnership has been a win-win for both parties. We look forward to the future and supporting the undisputed market leader in the commercial vehicle industry.” The High Desert Proving Grounds is located approximately 120 miles southeast of DTNA’s Portland Headquarters, allowing the engineering team easy access to the testing facility. The proximity to the engineering team and variable climate options were vital pieces of the location selection. The route from Portland to Madras also provides vehicles real world validation by including portions on the interstate, rural Source: Daimler


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To Insource Or Outsource Your Private Truck Fleet? Private trucking fleets make up over 50% of the Canadian medium- and heavy-truck industry. Many companies operate their own fleet of trucks and drivers as they believe it is the most cost-effective way to deliver products to their customers, and many feel that the unique needs of their business could not be met by a 3rd-party trucking provider. However, the fleet outsourcing model is becoming increasingly popular in North America. Companies who outsource their private fleet are seeing positive results from both a cost and a customer service standpoint. Fleet outsourcing firms, like Canada Cartage, provide dedicated, contract services to companies and assume the equipment, the drivers, and the responsibility of safely and consistently delivering high levels of customer service.

Fleet outsourcing isn’t the right solution for all companies, but many successful Canadian firms are reaping the benefits of improved customer service and reduced corporate risk by converting their private fleet. Let’s take a closer look at fleet outsourcing and dispel some common myths to help you better understand which model makes strategic sense for your company. Myth #1 – Customer service will suffer Fleet outsourcing providers such as Canada Cartage partner with their customers by supplying branded trucks and drivers that are 100% dedicated to their account. These drivers get to know customers on a personal level. They travel the same routes and make the same deliveries on a daily basis, giving them the ability to build strong relationships

with customers. According to Clifford Lynch in Why Shippers Can’t Afford NOT to Convert Their Private Fleets, “…many companies find that service levels measurably improve after a private fleet conversion.” (Logistics Quarterly, Volume 13, Issue 3). Myth #2 – Loss of control Companies can maintain the same level of control when using the right outsourced fleet provider. At times, they will gain even more control by having additional drivers and equipment at their disposal for emergency deliveries that can be made with very little notice. Canada Cartage’s customers have full control over their drivers’ schedule if they choose to. Some customers prefer to manage routing and dispatching of drivers, while others prefer not to. And with customized KPIs and delivery details from on-

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TCO, the Canada Cartage value proposition, and available tools to reduce overall fleet spend, makes a compelling business case for private fleet operators. Myth #4 – Current drivers will be laid-off Reputable fleet outsourcing firms will look to hire the existing roster of drivers when a private fleet owner transitions to an outsourced model. In most cases, it’s in the carrier’s best interest to retain drivers that are familiar with the account, the customer, and the routes. With the ever-increasing driver shortage in the industry, reliable and experienced drivers are highly valuable to any company. Myth #5 – Fleet outsourcing is too risky Many private fleet oper-

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Komatsu Introduces New HD325-8 & HD405-8 Off-Highway Trucks Komatsu America Corp., a leading global heavy equipment manufacturer, today introduced the new HD325-8 and HD405-8 off-highway trucks. Equipped with an EPA Tier 4 Final certified

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July 2017 dard. KTCS automatically applies independent brake assemblies to achieve optimum traction in varying ground conditions. Because the system operates without the need for differential lock-up, steering performance is not compromised. Other new standard features for both truck models include a quiet 78 dB(A) cab, seven-inch, LCD colour monitor, dedicated rearview monitor, fast-fill fuel system, and a premium heated and ventilated

operator’s seat with air suspension. In addition, the tire size for the HD405-8 truck has been increased from 18.00 R33 to 21.00 R33, for extended wear properties. “The updated truck models retained their industry leading steering performance and retarding capacity for maximum production,” said Rob McMahon, product marketing manager for Komatsu America. “The addition of Komatsu’s Continued on page 57

Briggs & Stratton Builds On Its Commitment To Baja SAE Briggs & Stratton Commercial Power continues to strengthen its longstanding relationship with SAE International and the Baja Collegiate Design Competition. The company has been the exclusive provider of engines for Baja SAE since the program began. This year marks the first time teams were provided a 10-grosshorsepower* Vanguard commercial engine. Briggs & Stratton has sponsored the event since 1976 when Frederick P. Stratton Jr. partnered with SAE to provide dependable engines for the new Baja Collegiate Design Series. The event has since expanded to include about 2,000 active university programs around the world. In addition to providing Vanguard engines, Briggs & Stratton provides technical and engine expertise. “Briggs and Stratton is continually seeking to improve the industries where our customers work. One way to do this is by providing opportunities for future innovators and industry leaders,” said Jim Cross, marketing manager, Briggs & Stratton Commercial Power. “Baja SAE aligns perfectly with this goal and is a rewarding way to invest in the next generation.” Baja SAE competitions are structured to simulate real-world engineering projects. Teams of engineering students design, build, test, promote, race and develop financial support for their vehicles.

Each team’s goal is to create a prototype singleseat, all-terrain vehicle that will survive the severe punishment of rough terrain in dynamic events, including acceleration, braking, hill climbing and maneuverability. “The dependable performance of Vanguard engines makes them an ideal fit for the Baja competition,” Cross said. “Through our rigorous testing, we’re able to ensure that every engine withstands the most demanding conditions and harsh environments, whether it’s at a job site or powering advanced allterrain vehicles.” The competitions also incorporate planning and manufacturing tasks associated with the introduction of a new product line to the consumer recreational vehicle market. The main objective is to develop a viable production model to be selected by a fictitious firm. Each year, international engineering, automotive and racing companies attend the highly competitive events to recruit top engineering students. This year’s Baja SAE Collegiate Design Series competitions were held in Gorman, California; Pittsburg, Kansas; and Peoria, Illinois. Visit www.vanguardengines.com to find a dealer near you. *All power levels are stated as gross horsepower at 3,600 rpm per SAE J1940. b Source: IronClad


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latest fuel saving technologies and the all-new cab, lower the cost to maximize production and significantly enhance operator comfort at the same time.” Standard features of the new HD325-8 AND HD4058 include: Tier 4 Final Certified Engine Technology • The powerful SAA6D140E-7 engine provides a gross power rating of 518 HP (386 KW). • The hydraulically actuated Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) and Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) ensure precise operation and quick engine response. • Maintenance of Tier 4 Final engines is simplified with enhanced monitor

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers panel capability and service features. • KOMTRAX and the monitor panel provide critical information for easy monitoring and key data for production management. • Komatsu Diesel Particulate Filter (KDPF) and Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) are designed in conjunction with the engine for efficiency and long life. • More than 98 percent of KDPF regeneration is performed passively, with no action required of the operator and no interference with machine operation. • Power and Economy modes allow the operator to optimize the performance required for operation.

New In-Cab Enhancements/Features • Air-suspension, highback, ventilated and heated seat softens machine vibrations for added operator comfort and cast frame members increase strength. • Seven-inch, full colour, high resolution monitor delivers a sharp picture and vivid colours, even in harsh light. • Komatsu Auto Idle Shutdown can reduce idle time and save fuel. • Separate, full colour, rearview monitor with

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duced material spillage. improved line-of-sight. MacPherson strut front • Automatic Retard Speed • Pioneering KOMTRAX suspension. Control (ARSC) autotelematics system and • Hydropneumatic suspenmatically maintains a monitor provide key sion system for a smooth selected downhill travel machine metrics, includride. speed (rather than ening KDPF status and fuel • New Komatsu Traction gine RPM) that is approconsumption. PerforControl System (KTCS) priate for the grade. mance information can automatically provides be collected and sorted optimum traction in all • Enhanced Komatsu integrated payload meter by operator ID. ground conditions with(PLM) data is available • Auxiliary jack and two out operator input. on the machine moni12 volt ports. • Komatsu Advanced tor and remotely via the • Additional Features/BenTransmission with Opweb. efits timum Modulation Con• New angled front access trol System (K-ATOM- • New ground level accessible battery box for easy stairs with handrails are iCS) adjusts shifting maintenance. b now standard for both performance according sides of the machine. to demand for a more • Tight turning radius with comfortable ride and re- Source: Komatsu

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Kenworth Honoured By Seattle University Celebrating 30 years of working together, Seattle University recently recognized Kenworth for its ongoing support of the Project Centre in the university’s College of Science and Engineering during a special ceremony. Over those 30 years, Kenworth has conducted 33 real-world engineering projects with Seattle University engineering students. “Kenworth has been an invaluable partner with Seattle University since the beginning of the Project Centre 30 years ago,” said Fr. Stephen Sundborg, S.J., Seattle University president. “The mentorships and collaborative projects the company has sponsored over the years have helped make the Project Centre the true point of pride that it is for the university.” “Support from the business and manufacturing world is vital to education-

al institutions,” added Dr. Teodora Rutar Shuman, Seattle University’s Associate Professor and Chair of the Mechanical Engineering Department. “Our projects with Kenworth give our students real-world engineering challenges. When solving those problems, the students know that they can make an impact.” Some of the students’ projects with Kenworth have included an electrified cooling fan, truck noise cancellation, torsion bar suspension enhancements, automatic turn signal cancellation device, dual purpose aerodynamic panels, dynamic cab extender, and auxiliary heating, ventilation and air conditioning. “Kenworth has sponsored multiple projects that push a team to its limits, and we return annually because the students successfully rise to the challenge.” b

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CTA Outlines Carbon Reduction Path To Senate Committee The Canadian trucking industry is supportive of current and future carbon reducing regulations, but decision makers should heed lessons from the past when considering future environmental policy direction and regulatory language. That was essentially the message delivered by Canadian Trucking Alliance President Stephen Laskowski today in Ottawa to the Standing Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. “Trucking is currently the only freight mode in Canada using equipment regulated from a carbon perspective,” he explained. “Future rules will reduce our carbon footprint. The Canadian Trucking Alliance is supportive of this path to reduce our sector’s carbon footprint. However, the

targets set for future regulations must be based on proven technologies and any carbon pricing system needs to be properly structured and revenues must be funneled to support future green transportation technologies and infrastructure.” Laskowski said the industry is hopeful the upcoming Phase II GHG-reduction regulations do not introduce equipment with the same reliability challenges that previous regulations forced into the industry, leading some fleets to purchase up to 20% more power units because of breakdowns related to the mandated equipment. Laskowski specifically pointed to concerns with mandated tire inflation systems on trailers in 2018. While the technology works, it must be built to Canadian standards.

The recent recall legislation introduced by Minister Garneau could help in this area, added the CTA president, but only time will tell. “Governments must do their part by removing regulatory and other barriers that stand in the way of the industry’s efforts to become more fuel efficient when introducing these technologies,” said Laskowski, pointing to the federal government’s cancellation of diesel fuel refunds for fuel-saving devices like electrical temperaturecontrolled trailers; power take-off units; and auxiliary power units (APUs)/ in-cab heaters While CTA is not conceptually opposed to carbon pricing, Laskowski stressed that if the federal government proceeds with a national carbon

pricing system, it must be properly structured, transparent, and easy to administer. Moreover, it needs to be coordinated on a national and international basis to avoid regional competitive disparities. Furthermore, revenues raised from the carbon pricing system should be directed into programs that accelerate investment and industry adoption of environmental solutions. Fuel is the second largest cost for a trucking company; and, combined with choppy economic growth and a depressed U.S. dollar, it is unreasonable to expect low-margin trucking companies to absorb aggressive carbon price increases without passing

them onto customers. “Since US trucking companies will not face similar carbon pricing pressures, we have concerns with the Canadian trucking industry’s ability to stay competitive in the North American market,” Laskowski told the committee. “When considering carbon pricing mechanisms, it’s essential government at all levels recognize Canada and the Canadian supply chain must still compete globally and our systems of capturing rising fuel prices must be taken into account.” CTA is also questioning the federal government’s current proposal, which exempts certain sectors. He said if Ottawa’s carbon

pricing plan is truly about emissions, then all transportation modes must be treated equally. Laskowski urged lawmakers to clearly identify a policy purpose for any national carbon pricing system. “Making diesel more expensive for trucking fleets will not create the emergence of a viable alternative anytime soon,” he said. “CTA believes the only sound policy rationale for mandating carbon pricing on diesel fuel is to assist the trucking industry in introducing proven carbon reducing technologies under Environment Canada’s GHG regulation.” b Source: CTA

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Inland Kenworth Celebrates Grand Opening For New Prince George, B.C., Location Inland Kenworth recently celebrated the grand opening of its new, 100,000-square-foot, fullservice dealership in Prince George. The grand opening, which was open to the public, featured food and refreshments, vendor booths, and the appearance of company officials and local dignitaries during a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new facility. “Our new facility reflects record-setting growth in the economy of Prince George, considered as the ‘northern capital’ of British Columbia,” said Bill Currie, president and chief operating officer of Inland Kenworth. “The new Prince George location will provide customers with an excellent facility to view Kenworth new and used trucks, receive outstanding service support with fast diagnostic response, while also keeping fleets, contractors, and government

agencies well-stocked with truck parts.” Currie noted that the dealership outgrew its former Quinn Street location, which served the needs of local customers and truck fleets, and operators for nearly 60 years. The new location is at 7337 Boundary Avenue in the Prince George Global Logistics Park, south of the downtown area and about 11 kilometers southeast of its previous site. Inland Kenworth – Prince George features 36 truck, equipment and body shop bays; and a large parts inventory to meet customer parts and service needs. Specialty equipment and service offerings include a wheel alignment bay, a body shop with a down-draft drive-thru paint booth, diesel particulate filter (DPF) cleaning machine, flywheel resurfacing machine, frame straightening bay, overhead cranes for faster and

safer service of heavy components, 2-hour truck diagnosis through Kenworth PremierCare® ExpressLane dedicated express lube bays, and a large driver’s lounge with flat screen TVs, microwaves and recliners. Kenworth PremierCare dealers, such as Inland Kenworth – Prince George, help fleets and truck operators maximize productivity by offering an extensive inventory of parts and accessories, parts delivery trucks, expert factorytrained technicians, and mobile roadside assistance. Inland Kenworth – Prince George is open from 7 a.m. to midnight Monday through Friday, and 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The phone number is 250-562-8171 or toll-free 888-552-5532. The dealership’s management includes Rick Bruneski (general manager); Jeff Morrison (parts manager); Chris Cisecki (truck service

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Abbotsford Truck Show A Rousing Success The APNA Truck Show, held June 10–11, 2017 at the Tradex Trade & Exhibition Centre in Abbotsford, BC, was not just for those in the trucking industry. As we know, the trucking industry is a family business! The show featured a job fair, Show & Shine, live entertainment and a VIP dinner and gala. We look forward to next year’s show! Photo credit Sheryl Kaye


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