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2011 CAT 160M MOTOR GRADER Tires at 85% and machine is ready to work.

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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.

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JOHN DEERE 240D 7,600 hrs, W/B lugging and Q/C, U/C 65%. Good runner and ready to work.

2013 JD 350G GP & dig bucket, U/C 90%, pads look new. Only 3,200 hrs! This machine is new! Tier 4 exhaust system without DEF, new catwalks.

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

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

2015 JD 35G MINI EXCAVATOR Almost new, approx. 400 hrs, thumb & 3rd valve, c/w GP, dig, hoe pack, Brandt warranty.

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

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

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

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2014 VOLVO A30F 80% tires, 750/65R25 wise tires, rear camera, low hours and ready to work.

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2008 BOMAG SMOOTH DRUM ROLLER Bolt-on pad foot option. Clean machines and ready to work. Cab, A/C.

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. hrs on rebuilt engine.

$65,000

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

$95,000

2005 D6R XL U/C 75% good runner, well maintained and ready to work.

$47,000

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

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

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Genesis Of The 2160 Loader Forwarder the company grew. Us boys did the lumbering part of it and he took care of the accounting, did our taxes, did all our IRS returns, payroll, things like that,” explains Leo. Seven jobs for seven brothers The business started as a three-way partnership in 1988. Leo’s father owned 20%. Leo and Arnold each had a 40% stake. In 2005, his next three younger brothers, Conrad, Llewellyn and Durrel, bought into the business, making it a six-way partnership today. Meanwhile in 2002, the company started a satellite business retailing landscape products such as mulch and bark. Leo’s brother, Keith, managed the business over the years and in January 2018 it was spun off and Keith took over as sole owner. The youngest brother,

Richard grew up helping out in the sawmill but chose a different path from the rest of the boys. He enrolled at Hershey Medical Center, recently completing a degree in medicine. The Eby boys are a bright and determined bunch to say the least. The mill: adversity and opportunity In December 1998, the company had a disastrous fire that destroyed the entire mill facility. The family had to decide whether or not to rebuild. They decided to rebuild on a new location on the farm and invested in better equipment and improved technology. “We got started in a new mill in April of 1999 and so May of next year will be 20 years at our current location,” states Leo proudly. Located in Clearville, Pennsylvania, Eby’s Sawmill resides on a 30-acre

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The oldest of seven boys, Leo Eby grew up on a dairy farm with his family. Whenever his dad didn’t need his help on the farm, Leo would help out at his neighbour’s sawmill. The dairy industry wasn’t for Leo – he was always more interested in the lumber business. In 1987, when Leo was just eighteenyears-old, the neighbour’s mill was upgraded, providing Leo an opportunity. He and his older brother Arnold decided to purchase the old equipment and whenever they weren’t working on the farm, they were tinkering and running their new sawmill. The company continued to grow and in 2004 Leo’s father opened up an official business account for them. “Although my father wasn’t a lumberman, he loved the accounting work and played a critical role as

Leo Eby, co-owner of Eby’s Sawmill in front of his new Tigercat 2160 loader forwarder.

lot with a large wood yard and employs 50 people, not including family members. The company produces approximately 15 million board feet annually. “There is a lot of sorting going on at this mill. We are also handling saw logs, containerization for export, and shipping a lot of lowgrade materials to other mills,” explains Leo. The primary interest is high value lumber and veneer logs. However, in the pursuit of these logs, the business gets a lot of lowgrade wood that must be sorted

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and marketed. Trusted relationship Tigercat district manager, Jerry Smeak, sold Leo his TimberPro forwarder back in 2004 when he was working for Lyons Equipment. “The machine became indispensable to me, but there were some things that I wished were better about it,” says Leo. As Leo’s original machine began to accumulate a lot of hours, Jerry had made his transition to working for Tigercat. However, Tigercat did not have a comparable product to suit his

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mill yard needs at the time. Leo came to the realization he needed to consider a replacement and soon. “Over the years I had been observing Tigercat and kept in contact with Jerry and I noticed Tigercat’s high quality construction. If Tigercat made a machine in the same category, I definitely wanted to go with Tigercat, but at this point, it hadn’t been built yet,” explains Leo. “I knew that the only people that could achieve my

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2008 HITACHI ZX135US-3 20" PADS, AIR, 6,287 HRS NEW YANMAR EXCAVATORS NEW YANMAR VIO17-A EXP TRACKS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 170 HRS............... CALL NEW YANMAR VIO17-A CANOPY, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 61 HRS ........................CALL NEW YANMAR VIO17-A CANOPY, RUBBER, DIG BKT .................................... CALL NEW YANMAR VIO25-6A RUBBER, CAB, HYD THUMB, DIG BKT, 116 hrs ..... CALL NEW YANMAR VIO25-6A CANOPY, RUBBER, DIG BKT .................................. CALL NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A RUBBER, CANOPY, HYD THUMB, DIG, 116 HRS ..... CALL NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A CAB, AIR, RUBBER, HYD THUMB, DIG BKT, 63 HRS CALL NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A STEEL BOLT ON RUBBER, CAB, AIR, ANGLE BLADE, X-TRA CWT(478lbs), HYD THUMB ................................................................. CALL 2017 YANMAR VIO45-6A RUBBER, CANOPY, HYD THUMB, ANGLE BLADE, 318 HRS .................................................................................................................... CALL 2017 YANMAR VIO45-6A RUBBER, CAB, AIR, HYD Q/C, HYD THUMB, 199 HRS ..... .................................................................................................................... CALL NEW YANMAR VIO50-6A RUBBER, CAB, AIR, HYD THUMB, DIG BKT ............ CALL NEW YANMAR VIO50-6A RUBBER,CAB, AIR, HYD THUMB, DIG BKT ............. CALL NEW YANMAR VIO55-6A RUBBER, CAB, AIR, HYD Q/C ................................ CALL NEW YANMAR VIO55-6A RUBBER, CAB, AIR, HYD Q/C ................................ CALL NEW YANMAR VIO55-6A CAB, AIR STEEL ANGLE BLADE ........................... CALL 2017 YANMAR VIO80-1A STEEL PADS,CAB, AIR, HYD Q/C, HYD THUMB, 528 HRS .................................................................................................................... CALL 2017 YANMAR VIO80-1A STEEL PADS, CAB, AIR, HYD THUMB, 484 HRS .... CALL NEW YANMAR VIO80-1A CAB, AIR STEEL, HYD Q/C ................................... CALL NEW YANMAR SV100-2A RUBBER, CAB, AIR, HYD THUMB, DIG BKT............ CALL NEW YANMAR SV100-2A RUBBER, CAB, AIR, HYD THUMB, DIG BKT............ CALL NEW YANMAR SV100-2A STEEL, CAB, AIR, HYD Q/C .................................. CALL

EXCAVATORS 2007 YANMAR VIO30-5 RUBBER, CANOPY, 3,832 HRS ........................... $22,500 2007 YANMAR VIO40-5 RUBBER, CANOPY, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 3,124 HRS $29,900 2007 YANMAR VIO40-5 RUBBER, CANOPY, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 4,942 HRS $27,800 2008 YANMAR B7-5A BOR, BLADE, ONLY 5,218 HRS ............................. $34,900 2012 KOMATSU PC78US-8 LGP PADS, BLADE, AIR, ONLY 1,594 HRS .......... CALL 2014 CAT 308E2 CR 18" BOR, BLADE, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 701 HRS .............. CALL 2014 CAT 311FL RR 28" PADS, AIR, RVC, ONLY 1,463 HRS.......................... CALL 2010 CAT 312D 20" PADS, HYD Q/C & THUMB, L.ARM, 2,512 HRS .............. CALL 2015 CAT 312F GC 20" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD, THUMB, 852 HRS ............ $124,900 2014 HITACHI ZX120-5B 20" PADS, AIR, ONLY 1,800 HRS .......................... CALL 2008 KOMATSU PC138US-8 20" PADS, AIR, 5,623 HRS .............................. CALL 2012 HITACHI ZX130LC-5N 24" PADS, AIR,Q/C, HYD THUMB, 1,568 HRS .... CALL 2005 HITACHI ZX135US 20" PADS, AIR, PIPING, 6,538 HRS......................... CALL 2007 HITACHI ZX135US 20" PADS, AIR, AUX PIPING, 5,505 HRS ............... SOON 2008 HITACHI ZX135US-3 28" PADS, AIR, 6,778 HRS ................................. CALL 2010 HITACHI ZX135USBL-3 20" PADS, BLADE, 7,072 HRS ....................... CALL 2011 HITACHI ZX135USKBL-3 24" PADS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, DOZER BLADE, 831 HRS ............................................................................................................. CALL 2013 HITACHI ZX135US-3 20" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB,1,885 HRS ...... CALL 2014 HITACHI ZX135US-3 20" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB ............... FOR RENT 2014 HITACHI ZX135US-3 20" PADS, AIR, Q/C HYD THUMB ................ FOR RENT 2014 HITACHI ZX135US-5 20" PADS, AIR, PIPING, ONLY 773 HRS ............... CALL 2016 HITACHI ZX135USBL-5 20" PADS, BOR, BLADE, ONLY 112 HOURS ... SOON 2017 DEERE 135G 28" PADS, AIR, BLADE, Q/C, HYD THUMB ............... FOR RENT 2011 CAT 314D CR 20" PADS, AIR, AUX PIPING, 4,144 HRS ........................ SOON 2013 VOLVO ECR145DL 24" PADS, AIR, PRO LINK THUMB, PIN GRAB, 2,755 HRS. .................................................................................................................... CALL 2007 HITACHI ZX200LC 28" PADS, AIR, C/W GENERATOR & MAGNET, DIG BUCKET ONLY 4,278 ORIGINAL HOURS ...................................................................... CALL 2012 KOMATSU PC200LC-8 32" PADS, CABGUARD, HYD THUMB, HYD Q/C, 6,900 HRS ............................................................................................................. CALL 2012 HITACHI ZX200-3 24" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, ONLY 2,400 HRS CALL 2018 HITACHI ZX200LC-5 24" PADS, A/C, Q/C, HYD THUMB ....................... CALL 2018 HITACHI ZX200LC-5 24" PADS, A/C, Q/C, HYD THUMB, PLUMBED FOR HAMMER ............................................................................................. FOR RENT 2012 HITACHI ZX210LC-3 28" PADS, AIR, HYD Q/C, HYD THUMB, 2,489 HRS ....... ............................................................................................................ FOR RENT 2009 HITACHI ZX225USRLCK-3 24" PADS, AIR, AUX PIPING, 7,513 HRS ..... CALL 2009 KOMATSU PC228US-3E0 24" PADS, AIR, AUX HYDS, 4,127 HRS .........CALL 2011 KOMATSU PC200LC-8 32" PADS, AIR, ONLY 5,149 HRS, HYD Q/C ..... SOON 2011 DEERE 225D LC 32" PADS, AIR, ONLY 4,640 HRS ............................... CALL 2011 HITACHI ZX225USR-3 24" PADS, AIR, ONLY 6,170 HRS ...................... CALL 2012 DEERE 225D LC 32" PADS, AIR, AUX PIPING, 4,800 HRS ..................... CALL 2016 DEERE 245G Q/C, HYD THUMB, AUX HYD, 1,107 HRS.......................... CALL 2017 DEERE 245G 32" PADS, 2 BKTS Q/C, HYD THUMB ...................... FOR RENT 2018 DEERE 245G 32" PADS, 2 BKTS,Q/C, HYD THUMB, CABGUARD ... FOR RENT 2008 KOMATSU PC220LC-8 32" PADS, AIR, HYD Q/C, ONLY 4,750 HRS ...... CALL 2018 DEERE 345G LC 32" PADS, AIR COND, HYDRAULIC THUMB......... FOR RENT 2013 VOLVO ECR305 CL 32" PADS, AIR, HYD Q/C, HYD THUMB, 3,350 HRS.......... ............................................................................................................. $219,900

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goals were Tigercat. And even though I actually didn’t have any new Tigercat equipment, I knew they were on the cutting edge of good-quality equipment. I also knew Tigercat had a reputation for making equipment that is easier to work on.” Along with Leo’s observations of Tigercat equipment, he valued his relationship with Jerry and the two of them kept in contact. “I just knew I had a good relationship with Jerry. He could answer any questions and he knew forestry equipment inside and out.” Genesis of the 2160 loader forwarder

In early 2015, Tigercat delivered a loader mounted on an AC16 articulating carrier down to a GeorgiaPacific mill in North Carolina. Jerry and then- Tigercat president Tony Iarocci were planning a trip to visit this new machine and Jerry asked Leo if he wanted to join them. Jerry recalls saying, “Come down to North Carolina with me. You will have an opportunity to talk to the president of Tigercat and you can see if you can talk him into building you a mill yard loader. Here’s your opportunity.” Leo jumped at the opportunity. He took his mechanic, Rodney Bange, and brother Durrel with

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him and they drove down to North Carolina that day. Leo took a turn operating the loader with Tony asking Leo, “Why wouldn’t this machine interest you?” Leo walked him through what he was currently using, what he was not satisfied with and why. Leo explained the application – he needed to unload trucks, load containers, and sort and move logs all over the yard. The machine also needed to feed the mill itself. “That is why it is critical that it has a high load capacity with good travel speed and no outriggers – to keep a continuous flow for the operator,” explains Leo. “I had Tony’s ear all afternoon and he listened very carefully. I’ll be forever grateful for it. Tony really had no reason to give me his time other than he’s just a nice man. It wasn’t like I was a big customer. There was no real reason for him to give me half a day of his time, but he did,” Leo expresses sincerely. At the end of the conversation, Tony said to Leo, “I’ll tell you what. This is what I can promise you. I’m going to put two engineers on it and we’ll

see what we can come up with. Give us six months.” About six months later Tigercat and Tigercat dealer CJ Logging brought some early engineering plans down for Leo to look over and critique. “I told them this and that and what to change. Then I was invited to a meeting at the factory in Canada to discuss further details with them.” Tony, Grant Somerville (then VP of engineering), Peter Maljaars, loader product manager, and designer Tim DeVisser all participated. Leo asked Rodney and Durrel to join him and they drove up to Canada. “We had an allday interaction with the team,” tells Leo. The group spent a half a day in the conference room and after the meeting, the Tigercat designers went back to the drawing board. Another six months passed. It was October 2016 and Leo got a phone call, “We think we got things right now,” he recalls. So Leo flew up and had another meeting with the team. “This time the team had a concept that I was really, really happy with and so we closed the deal that day,” he says.

July 2018 It was very important that his new machine have high views out the cab and therefore a sufficient cab riser. “This objective was met. Now when a truck pulls up beside the operator to get unloaded, he can see the top of his load and he can see where his grapple is actually going. Before, the operator almost had to guess where his grapple was actually grabbing,” explains Leo. “Another critical item was service access. Tim went through a lot of pain to design it so that all the components are individually accessible and easy to access and replace.” Another one of Leo’s objectives was more lift capacity. He wanted a machine that could lift twice the capacity of his previous machine without using outriggers. This was a critical part of the engineering development. “And I wanted 50% more carrying capacity. I had a 20-ton carrying capacity on my older model and I wanted a 30-ton carrying capacity on the Tigercat,” Leo says. “And that’s what I got.” In early October 2017, the machine was complete. Leo, Durrel and Llewellyn

flew up one more time and ran the machine in the Tigercat yard. “I was anticipating finding something that wasn’t quite to my satisfaction, but believe me there wasn’t a thing I could complain about. Everything was exactly like I was hoping for it to be. I couldn’t even find one thing that I wanted changed. All the controls were exactly how I hoped. It was more than I had hoped to discover,” explains Leo. The machine was officially delivered to Eby’s Sawmill in Clearville in November 2017 and has accumulated over 1,000 hours so far. “It is an impressive machine. There are a lot of yard machines available out here but they all move turtleslow across your yard and they all require four outrigger pads to stabilize them. While handy in the right situation, in my situation, I need mobility all the time,” explains Leo. Although he has a lot of responsibility around the mill, he says he looks for every opportunity to jump in and operate the 2160. “It’s just so fun to run,” says Leo. b Source: Tigercat

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Top 10 Issues Shaping Mining In 2018 As commodity prices enjoy another bull run, how is the mining industry reacting to change? Professional services firm Deloitte Global identified 10 key trends facing the industry in their recent Tracking the Trends report. Here Deloitte’s Global Leader of Mining Phil Hopwood explains more. The last decade has been a rollercoaster of historic highs and historic lows in the mining sector. While the industry currently enjoys strong commodity prices, the next decade is likely to see more vigorous change. But have mining companies learned the lessons of the past – and how do they need to react to succeed in this new environment? 1. Bringing Digital To Life Once measured by how well a company extracted resources, the industry’s value proposition may be shifting to how well a company acts on information to optimize production, reduce costs, increase efficiency, and improve safety. In short, data – and the ability to organize, manage, and process it – is becoming a competitive differentiator. To succeed in this effort, miners need a clear vision of how the future digital mine might transform core mining processes, the flow of information, and supporting back office processes. Once the information is captured, the use of data-driven analytics will help optimize their systems, from pit to customer.

2. Overcoming Innovation Barriers To some extent, innovation barriers exist because the design of mines and processing plants hasn’t changed in decades. Although commodity prices have begun recovering, mining executives are still feeling the sting of the downturn. As a result, they are cautious, meaning that innovation efforts are constrained by the need to demonstrate short term returns. The catch is that, unless you are trying new things, you are not learning, and if you are not learning then you will fall behind. Mining companies can only achieve true innovation maturity if they go beyond the basics of operational improvements to embrace innovation in a broader sense. 3. The Future Of Work As the digital mine becomes a reality, the nature of work is set to change dramatically. Repetitive human activities will be replaced by automation and autonomous equipment that reduces labor intensity and improve safety. AI will help knowledge workers and integrated communications support mobile workers, while digital work scheduling and robust cybersecurity will keep operations efficient and protected. These changes will support a more diverse and inclusive workforce. 4. The Image Of Mining Despite the significant contribution of the mining sector to the world’s economy, the industry’s

reputation remains tarnished in many countries due to perceptions that mining contributes to environmental damage, causes a negative impact to the community and engages in dubious practices abroad. In a world influenced by round-the-clock news cycles and opinions aired in the court of social media, this type of backlash is only bound to increase. This will force mining companies to take proactive steps to address, and change, their reputations. This is more than a PR exercise. To rebuild trust with employees, investors, communities, governments and the public, mining companies must back up their messages with action. 5. Transforming Stakeholder Relationships To expand local employment opportunities, increase tax revenues and meet demands for improved infrastructure and greater environmental protection, many governments of resource-rich countries continue to put pressure on the mining industry. As a result, mining companies still face considerable obstacles to investment, ranging from high royalty taxes, permitting challenges and uncertain tax rules, to demands for local processing. An underlying cause of this friction can be traced to miners’ own actions. Some of the social initiatives mining companies have undertaken in the past have failed to deliver their intended results. Increasingly, the industry is realizing that its approach to community and government relations must change. As mines move towards Continued on page 12

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more digital and automated operations, the effect on local employment – the basis of mines’ relations with communities – will change. To prevent a backlash, companies will need to leverage the digital infrastructure on behalf of communities, to improve communications, create new education models (e-learning) or deliver other digitallyenabled services. This will require companies to be more creative in understanding the real needs of communities. 6. Water Management As ore grades decline, more water is needed to extract the same quantity, pushing up water requirements in the industry. Critically, this growing demand is not offset by available supply, with one-in-four people predicted to live in countries affected by chronic freshwater shortages by 2050. As concerns about water availability grow, communities and environment groups are turning their spotlight on water intensive industries. In light of this, mining

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companies must enhance their approach to water management. 7. Changing Shareholder Expectations As shareholder expectations grow, mining companies have begun focusing on reestablishing their credibility in the investor community and with analysts. Rather than pursuing the mega-mergers of the past or building new mines, many are exercising higher degrees of financial discipline. 8. Worries About Reserves Intense cost cutting may have improved the short-term fortunes of many miners, but it comes at a cost, with reserves of many commodities sharply down. Gold, copper, silver, nickel and zinc, to name a few, have all experienced reserve depletion in recent years. Despite the pickup in commodity prices, many miners are struggling to free up the exploration and development budgets needed to exploit new resources. 9. Realigning Mining Boards To transition to the mine of the future, companies must embrace new talent. To do this, miners need to make a substantial cultural shift. Some companies have already taken steps in this direction by engaging in cross-functional collaboration, seeking out best practices from other industries, strengthening their executive teams and setting targets to achieve greater diversity and inclusion. 10. Commodities Of The Future To decide which commodities to invest in, and which to get out of, miners need to keep their fingers on the pulse of changing consumer demands and economics, demographics and environmental change. More recently, they have also had to follow the rapidly developing emergence of new technologies. Battery demand is set to soar in anticipation of the exponential growth of electric vehicles and energy storage systems. Demand for lithium is also expected to soar, as is graphite, nickel and copper. The impact of these trends on the mining industry could be transformative. b Source: Volvo

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5 Tech Trends Poised To Disrupt Manufacturing Here are five key tech trends that will change manufacturing for good. Some of these trends are already affecting how business is done, while others are expected to become more prominent in the years ahead. The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) explores emerging trends and technologies through several thoughtleadership initiatives, including CONEXPO-CON/ AGG 365 online. What are the five trends? AEM provides a snapshot. 1. Industry 4.0: Taking technology to the next level It’s the consensus opinion of both economists and technology experts that the world is entering a fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0), with the growing digitization of processes and the interconnectivity of the goods they produce. When Industry 4.0 solutions are properly implemented, manufacturers can offer new value, including: • Improved resource productivity and efficiency • Increased speed to market • Agility and customization to meet changing and individual customer needs • Value opportunities through the development of new services Companies that best position themselves to capture the value of Industry 4.0 can expect to see growing success. 2. Internet of Things (IoT): Welcome to the data-driven world The Internet of Things (IoT) is ever evolving and more manufacturers are incorporating smart devices or embedded intelligence into their production (and non-production) processes as well as equipment. Manufacturers are realizing the value in taking advantage of the numerous benefits of IoT to develop smarter and more innovative products, increase workplace safety, improve operational efficiencies, and tackle organizational waste. One of the biggest challenges manufacturers face

is determining how best to invest in and leverage IoT longer term and strategically to achieve their business goals. 3. Augmented reality: More than a game gimmick Augmented reality (AR), which allows virtual reality graphics to interact with the physical environment, from a user’s perspective, shouldn’t be dismissed as a futuristic technological gimmick. It’s simply the next step in the ongoing evolution of how people interact with computers. Wearable-technology devices to improve safety and performance are just one aspect. Within the next three to five years, experts predict mixed reality technology will become more common in business settings. Possible manufacturing applications for AR include complex assembly, maintenance, expert support, quality assurance and automation. 4. 3D Printing: It’s here to stay 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, has slowly but surely developed into a disruptive technology that is convincing manufacturers to overhaul a number of expensive and archaic processes. Many manufacturers are looking into using 3D printing to making a replacement part without having the inventory in place, saving them the significant overhead costs of warehouse space. The production of molds, jigs and fixtures used in the mass production of heavy equipment presents an even greater opportunity to leverage additive manufacturing to increase operational efficiency. Using 3D printing for final production applications may become common over time. 5. Automation: Mobile robotics on the rise Groundbreaking advancements in technology are propelling manufacturing into a new age of automation. Continued on page 13


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YVR Breaks Ground On MultiYear Expansion Projects YVR investing $9.1 billion into the airport under its 20-year blueprint

On Jun 14th Vancouver International Airport (YVR) broke ground on a number of capital construction projects to enhance the airport experience and improve YVR’s competitive position as a world-class connecting hub. The projects are part of YVR’s multi-year expansion plans that will see the airport complete 75 major projects, totaling $9.1 billion over the next 20 years. Vancouver Airport Authority President and CEO Craig Richmond was joined by British Columbia Premier John Horgan; Ken Hardie, Member of Parliament for Fleetwood-Port Kells; and Fiona Famulak, President of the Vancouver Regional Construction

Association to celebrate the groundbreaking of YVR’s construction projects. They include building one of the largest GeoExchange systems in Canada, significant terminal expansions, new parking options and improved vehicle rental facilities. YVR is one of the fastest-growing airports in North America. It welcomed a record 24.2 million passengers in 2017 and is forecasting 32 million passengers by 2022. About 327,000 tonnes of cargo are expected to move through the airport by 2020. These newest construction projects will improve the speed with which people and goods move through YVR, and provide passengers with a wide range of compelling offerings and amenities. YVR plays a significant role in the local,

provincial and national economy—creating jobs and driving business activity. The airport supports 24,000 jobs on Sea Island and more than 100,000 jobs across British Columbia. YVR’s operations—together with tourism and cargo—contribute more than $16 billion in total economic output, $8.4 billion in GDP and $1.4 billion in government revenue across British Columbia. Each new flight through YVR creates hundreds of jobs and contributes millions of dollars in economic benefit to the province. The expansion projects will have significant economic and employment benefits in the region. By the end of 2018, construction activities at YVR will create nearly 2,500 full-time construction jobs on Sea Island and hundreds more off-

site. Much of the work will be done in the province, offering a significant number of jobs for British Columbians. YVR’s multi-year expansion plans are made possible by YVR’s unique, not-for-profit operating model. YVR receives no government funding and all profits generated at YVR are reinvested back into the airport for the benefit of its customers, partners and communities. To learn more about YVR’s key projects that will enhance the airport experience, please visit yvr.ca/construction. Quotes: “We are experiencing record growth at YVR as we deliver on our mission to connect British Columbia proudly to the world and these ambitious expansion projects will further position YVR as a world-class connecting hub. As we build the airport of the future, our focus is to move people and goods efficiently, while continuing to delight people with a wide range of offerings, amenities and outstanding customer

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service.” — Craig Richmond, President & CEO, Vancouver Airport Authority “YVR connects people and businesses in B.C. with the world. From tech to tourism, wood products and natural resources, the expansion of this important hub will help B.C. strengthen ties with global partners, attract investment, and generate good jobs for people in B.C.” — John Horgan, Premier of British Columbia “The Vancouver Regional Construction Association applauds YVR’s vision and investment in its airport

infrastructure as it will bring significant economic and employment benefits to both the construction industry and the province as a whole. Our members have an excellent track record of delivering state-of-the-art construction projects at YVR, and we look forward to working in partnership with the airport authority to help it realize its vision to be a world-class sustainable airport hub.” — Fiona Famulak, President, Vancouver Regional Construction Association. b

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cases, machines are able to match or exceed the productivity output of their human counterparts. The key for manufacturers will be to approach automation strategically with an understanding of what factors are most important to them related to investing in artificial intelligence, robotics and other technology. b

In one area, the everworsening skilled-worker shortage, manufacturers are increasingly looking to mobile robotics technology as a possible solution. Technology makes it possible to automate tasks not only on the on the shop floor, but also jobs in other areas of a business, such as maintenance, management and administration. In many

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Brokk’s Smartconcept Technology On Next Gen Demolition Machines Brokk, the world’s leading manufacturer of remote-controlled demolition machines, launches Brokk SmartConcept, a set of technological features that offer improvements in power management, reliability, maintainability and ergonomics. Included with the four new next generation Brokk remotecontrolled demolition machines, the technology greatly enhances the capabilities of these innovative machines. SmartConcept consists of three features — SmartPower, SmartDesign and SmartRemote. “We designed SmartConcept to maximize machine capabilities, improving overall reliability, versatility and efficiency,” said Martin Krupicka, Brokk Group president and CEO. “The new models pack a punch. They easily handle a hammer one class size larger, while maintaining a compact build, further permitting ease of work in confined spaces.” One of the key components to SmartConcept is SmartPower. Brokk designed the revolutionary system to withstand extremely tough day-to-day demolition forces. In addition, SmartPower helps the operator start the machine on a poor power supply while at the same time protecting the Brokk machine from harmful faulty power. For example, the next generation B280 with SmartPower, features an increased output over its predecessor — the B260¬ — with nearly 30,000 watts (30-kilowatts). This enables the robot to handle a larger class of hammer on essentially the same size carrier. SmartDesign extends machine life and provides ease of maintenance. With 70% fewer cables and the addition of hardened components, the models are better equipped to withstand machine vibrations and heat generated during operation. The line features several elements to ease maintenance, including strategic, easy-to-access grease points and hydraulic hoses; LED headlights with built-in protections; and steel machine covers. Through the technol-

ably around the operator’s waist, away from the upper back. In addition, intuitive controls allow the operator to work the machine without having to look down at the display. The system uses professional-grade radio technology, with frequency-hopping capability, and has a working range as far as 984-feet (300 meters). This allows the operator to stand at the best viewing position to complete the work, ensuring efficiency and safety. b

ogy, operators not only get 360° rotation abilities, but they can operate ‘over the back,’ which offers heightened flexibility in confined spaces. Brokk’s innovative SmartRemote consists of an ergonomic remote-control box. To avoid unintentional operator strain, a wide adjustable belt holds the control box comfort- Source: Ironclad

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Skid Steers: The Workhorse Of The Jobsite As equipment prices rise, some construction companies are looking at skid steers as the goto-equipment to help get the job done, as it is compact, productive, and can easily migrate from one jobsite to the next. Combine this with the fact that attachments are growing in popularity, and these machines are quickly becoming the workhorse of the construction jobsite. Skid steer loaders are used to perform various tasks at construction and mining sites. One of the major driving factors in the market is flexibility of skid steer loaders. “The versatility of skid steers continues to grow with hydraulic and non-hydraulic attachments,” explains Jorge De Hoyos, senior product manager, skid steers

and compact track loaders, Kubota. “At Kubota, we’ve seen growth in attachments as multiplier in the workforce.” He points to the recent launch of Kubota branded attachments as evidence that it believes customers are investing more in hydraulic and non-hydraulic attachments for skid steers to minimize their purchases of other dedicated equipment, which can be done by attachments. “We have tripled the number of skid steer and compact track loader attachments over the last two years,” explains De Hoyos. He even suggests that investing in the right skid steer, combined with the correct mix of attachments, will minimize the need to purchase other dedicated equipment, boosting productivity and profit

margins. Still, sales of skid steers will likely remain flat, as the number of attachments sold will increase exponentially. “Users are enjoying the versatility of skid steers given the increase of attachments and the increases in hydraulic horsepower.” These trends are also in line with recent research. According to the market research report compiled by Fact. MR, high initial investment to own skid steer loaders is restricting the market growth. However, vendors are providing financing options to increase the sale, and this also results in the minimum impact on the budget of companies to own the equipment. Vertical lift skid steer loaders are anticipated to witness growth throughout the forecast

period, while skid steer loaders with 65-80 HP of engine power are expected to be preferred. Technological & Operational Advances For Skid Steers Increasing operator comfort, providing larger skid steer loaders, providing high lift capability, and offering units with vertical-lift are some of the focus areas in the development of skid steer loaders today. De Hoyos explains that in addition to pow-

er and efficiency, operator comfort has been at the forefront of innovation and design during the last five years. He points to Kubota’s rollup door on the skid steers, which are unique in that they can be locked in the open position so that the operator can continue to operate without removing and storing the door. Additionally, the door can be opened at any point of loader arm travel.

Another growing trend is the technological advances that are now available on the equipment. Even just five years ago, skid steers were very mechanical in nature and more physical to operate, explains Gregg Zupancic, product marketing manager, skid steers and compact track loaders, John Deere Construction & Forestry. However, today, the equipment has evolved rapidly, as they have Continued on page 18

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2011 JOHN DEERE 225D LC Unit #: 0U501481 Hours: 6348 Location: EDMONTON, AB

$155,000

2014 JOHN DEERE 624K Unit #: RM658631 Hours: 4923 Location: CALGARY, AB

$164,500

2013 DOOSAN DA30

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$89,000

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$315,000

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2016 JOHN DEERE 244K Unit #: RM042149 Hours: 137 Location: REGINA, SK

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2015 JOHN DEERE 323E Unit #: 0U282555 Hours: 932 Location: WINNIPEG, MB

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$48,500

2012 JOHN DEERE 870G Unit #: 0U640063 Hours: 6211 Location: SASKATOON, SK

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2000 HITACHI 450-5LC

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joy stick controls, are ergonomic, and have electrohydraulic (EH) controls. Zupancic explains that with controls, wires run to the hydraulic system and the software and programming tell the machine how to function based on the input. Earlier this year, the company announced the new John Deere GSeries mid-frame skid steers and compact track loader. Flexible control choices allow contractors to choose

between standard manual foot and hand controls, EH ISO joystick controls switchable between ISO- and H-patterns, and performance package options for adjusting drive system response, boom and bucket speeds, or for setting creep mode on demand. Additionally, 4G JDLink Ultimate machine monitoring provides real-time data and health prognostics to suggest maintenance solutions that decrease costly downtime and

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protect against machine theft. Remote diagnostics enable a dealer to read codes, record performance data, and even update software without a trip to the jobsite. Going forward, Zupancic says the equipment will continue to advance even further. For example, there will be more grade control systems from companies like Trimble and Topcon Positioning Systems. These advances, and others, are changing how work is done at the construction jobsite today—and will continue to reinvent projects in the future. Zupancic says one of the biggest ways it is doing this is by taking away the physical nature of manually operating a machine, increasing productivity and safety. “A beginner operator can be more proficient with these features,” he explains. “A good operator can become great and a new operator can become more productive and safe.”

ForesTech equipmenT 4335 BARGE TERMINAL RD. CAMPBELL RIVER, BC

$74,500

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1996 Link-Belt 4300Q c/w: 2000 Waratah HTH624 processing head, log loader front, elevated rear entry cab, forestry guarding pkg. w/ aux. fuel tank, highwalker undercarriage w/28” DBP. Good operating condition!

2002 Caterpillar 330BLL c/w: WBM grapple, heel rack, LL front, elevated side entry cab, forestry guarding pkg w/ high cap day tank, high walker undercarriage w/ 28” DBP. 2,200 hrs on new U/C.

FELLER BUNCHERS 2007 Tigercat L870C c/w: Tigercat 5702 23” felling head, 340° wrist, ROPS cab, fire susp., Cummins eng., self leveling U/C w/ 28” SBP............. $179,500 2005 Madill T2250B c/w: Madill 24” felling head, 340° wrist, ROPS cab, fire sup., Series 50 eng., self leveling undercarriage w/ 28” SBP. .........$129,500.

LOG LOADERS 2000 Kobelco SK375MkIVLL c/w: T-Mar grapple, heel rack, LL front, elevated rear entry cab, forestry guarding pkg. w/ aux. fuel tank, Cummins eng., highwalker undercarriage w/ 28” DBP .......$49,500.

For new operators just getting started with the equipment, he recommends familiarizing yourself with the manual and signing up for local union programs to learn how they function. He also urges the importance of safety and doing a daily walk around at the beginning of a project to check air

July 2018 pressure, fluids, filters, belts, and more. However, in the end skid steers can help diversify a business, providing good value and return on investment (ROI) to construction companies. De Hoyos says while many users are migrating to compact track loaders, skid steers still have a place in the

workforce. “The choice may not be as application driven as it was before because the surface and conditions may dictate a wheel machine rather than a track machine. Remember that the attachments, are, for the most part, universal for both product lines.” b

Tigercat Releases 602 Cable Skidder

overall width of 2,7 metres (106 in). The agility of the 602 is ideal in selective felling applications. The machine can access high value timber in steep terrain, while minimizing damage to the residual stand. Maximum fuel efficiency is achieved by the use of Tigercat’s load sensing hydraulic system – only supplying the amount of oil that the various functions require for reduced engine load. The 602 cable skidder offering has already attracted a lot of attention in the United States, where the first machine debuted at the Paul Bunyan show in Cambridge, Ohio this past October. b

Tigercat releases the compact and narrow 602 cable skidder in North America. In 2017, Tigercat developed and released its most compact skidder platfrom, the 602 series. The prototype 602 skidder was sent to France last summer to be fitted with a Belgian designed and manufactured swing boom for use in mountain regions of Europe. Now the 602 is available as a cable skidder suited to pockets of North America and other traditional winch

skidder markets. The 602 cable skidder is ideal for high value selective hardwood logging and for retrieving timber from steep slopes and gullies. The 602 is equipped with the Tigercat FPT Tier N45 engine which provides full emissions compliance for Tier 2 and Tier 4f , along with excellent fuel economy. Both engines deliver 125 kW (168 hp) at 2,200 rpm. The machine has a fixed front axle with an oscillating centre section to achieve a very narrow Source: Tigercat

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2006 CAT 725 c/w: 23.5 X 25 tires, ROPS cab, hyd. dump box, 6,510 hours, good rubber.

2011 Kenworth T800 T/A Log Truck & Trailer c/w: Cummins ISX, 18 speed, dual diff locks, scales, cab guard, A/R susp., Bud alum. wheels, 11R24.5 tires. Equipped w/1994 Peerless S/A log jeep & 1988 Peerless Tri Axle log trailer.

$249,500 2007 John Deere 844J Wheel Loader c/w: WBM M33 log grapple, third valve, ROPS cab, ride control, 29.5 x 25 tires, forestry guarding package. 14,659 hrs. Recent trans., r/b, good rubber!

OFF HIGHWAY LOG TRUCKS Inventory of 2 Kenworth 849 & 850 Pre Load T/A Log Trucks & Trailers c/w: Cat or Cummins K Model eng., Allison trans., spring susp., Clark BD91 rear axles, 14:00X25 tires, T/A pre load trailer. ....................................... From $84,500/ea.

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2000 John Deere 370 “Road Builder” c/w: dig bkt, Q/C, hyd thumb, hoe front, forestry guarding pkg w/ aux. fuel tank, highwalker U/C w/ 28” TBP. $29,500. 1994 Hitachi EX330LC-2 c/w: dig bkt, Q/C, hyd. thumb, hoe front, forestry guarding pkg., std undercarriage w/ 32” TBP. ........................$27,500.

LOWBED TRAILERS

Pacific P-16 Pre Load T/A Log Truck c/w: 2V71TT, Allison 6061 electric, Spring susp., Clark BD91 rear axles, 14:00X25 tires, Columbia Pre Load T/A trailer. ......................................$59,500.

King TD100RG T/A Off Highway c/w: fifth wheel hitch, 22’ L X 11’ W wood lined deck, WB susp., Timken axles, Bud wheels, 14:00X25 tires. $19,500.

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2000 Hitachi EX450LC-5 Hydraulic c/w: 2 dig bkts, Q/C, hyd. thumb, hoe front, forestry guarding pkg. w/ aux. fuel tank, high walker U/C w/ 28” DBP. 5,015 Hrs. on rebuild..................................$84,500.

1977 Champion 720 Motor Grader c/w: 14:0024TG tires, 12' main blade w/ serrated edge, cab, GM 4-53 engine, 14:00-24TG tires w/chains. Recent new rubber, paint & work orders. ..............$29,500.

$24,500 2001 Western Star 4964SX T/A Truck Tractor & T/A Lowbed Trailer c/w: Cat C15, 18 sp., dual rear diff locks, scales, A/R susp., 11R24.5 tires, T/A Off Hwy lowbed c/w: 18’ 9” L X 9’8’ W wood deck, WB susp., steel wheels, 11R24.5 tires.


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Serious Supply Chain Once a nice-to-have extra, the effective management of supply chain sustainability is now fundamental to the running of a business. New policies, laws and technologies mean that companies are increasingly engaged in tackling the sustainability issues that can arise within their supply chains. CNH Industrial is among those leading the way by establishing new and sustainable working methods with its own suppliers. As part of a continuing dialogue with its suppliers, initiatives are arranged on a regional and global basis and tools are in place, such as the web based Supplier Portal, which provide a platform for sharing information, objectives, results, and highlight key projects and best practice. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, agreed at an historic summit at the United Nations

in New York, came into force in 2015. It saw the creation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which contains the 17 agreed Sustainable Development Goals encompassing issues such as poverty, gender equality, sustainable communities and clean energy. SDG 12 focuses on ‘sustainable consumption and production patterns’ and states that there “should be a systematic approach and cooperation among actors operating in the supply chain, from producer to final consumer.” CNH Industrial has adopted the following two targets which demonstrate its commitment in this area: • Sustainability self-evaluation of 100% of Tier 1 suppliers by 2022 • Monitoring of CO2 emissions of 100% of key suppliers by 2022 However, there is far more to selecting a supplier

than simply approving the quality and competitiveness of its products; CNH Industrial insists its suppliers must comply with a comprehensive list of social, ethical and environmental requirements. When asked who was responsible for sustainability at CNH Industrial, many senior managers replied: “Everyone!” You don’t become recognized as one of the world’s leading sustainable companies without an integrated and committed approach across the business. Sustainability is very much part of the culture at CNH Industrial and extends into the Company’s relationships with suppliers – those vital links in the supply chain. As such there is effectively no difference between how the multinational works with colleagues and how it does so with partners. New Supplier Relationships

The scale of the industrial supply chain makes managing relationships with partner organizations tremendously complex. In order to start supplier relationships, a rigorous process is implemented to evaluate potential suppliers based on a specific tool, the PSA - Potential Supplier Assessment. The PSA identifies strengths and weaknesses, looks at key sustainability factors – specifically health and safety and environmental management – and is carried out before a company can submit to a tender. Furthermore, it stipulates that all new suppliers complete a commitment declaration, which is based on the CNH Industrial Supplier Code of Conduct. This declaration requests that they demonstrate a commitment to fighting corruption, protecting the environment, promoting health and safety at work, ensuring non-discrimination, prohibiting forced and child labor, and recognizing freedom of association. Monitoring Existing Suppliers The Company monitors its existing suppliers

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through a specific Assessment Process based on self-evaluations and audits. This activity is performed annually involving a group of chosen suppliers with the aim of gradually increasing the number of participating companies yearon-year. The supplier’s risk classification, deriving from previous assessments, is the trigger for eventual follow up sustainability audits. Potential improvements and implementation activities are identified in the form of specific Action Plans which are developed together with suppliers. Supplier Sustainability Self Assessment (SSSA) is not only a tool for monitoring performance but it is also a way of promoting continuous improvement and encouraging good sustainability practices. In 2017, for example, 75 audits were carried out and 28 suppliers were involved in nearly 210 Action Plans for improvement. The audits focused on four key areas – environment, labor practices, human rights and impact on society. CNH Industrial strives to enhance overall performance by identifying specific supplier needs using

training, communications and emergency planning. In terms of environmental impact, suppliers are invited to optimize their use of resources and minimize polluting emissions and greenhouse gases. They’re encouraged to exercise the proper management of waste treatment and disposal, as well as to adopt appropriate methods of logistics management and water management. Building Ongoing Relationships CNH Industrial organizes a number of initiatives aimed at fostering relationships with suppliers. One such example is its Technology Days which offer opportunities for suppliers to showcase innovation and cutting-edge products. Another is the “Come to our Plant” initiative where main suppliers are invited to visit the Company’s plants and specific product lines, and finally the regular Supplier Advisory Council (SAC) meetings designed to foster an exchange of information and opinions. CNH Industrial’s network of suppliers is crucial to securing continuity, Continued on page 20

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July 2018

Demag AC 500-8 All Terrain Crane Erects Tower Crane In The Middle Of Stuttgart You would be hardpressed to find a place in Germany that is as busy and congested as the area around the main train station in Stuttgart. And that is exactly where Bietigheim-Bissingen-based crane service provider Wiesbauer had to erect a 90-meter-tall top-slewing tower crane for construction company STRABAGZüblin and STRABAGBMTI. For the challenging project, Wiesbauer decided on its Demag® AC 500-8 all terrain crane for a number of reasons, including its compact design and the associated maneuverability. While getting the eight-axle unit through downtown Stuttgart was a relatively relaxed affair, accessing the work site behind the Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW) buildings proved to be significantly trickier. Wiesbauer Project Manag-

er Marco Wilhelm explains why: “The area behind the bank could not be accessed by our heavy goods vehicles directly, as the official access road passes through a bridge with a 30-tonne limit and consequently is not designed to carry the weight of our vehicles.” This meant that an alternative route had to be found for the crane and lowbed trailers. The private tunnel used by Landesbank Baden-Württemberg and Deutsche Bahn, which also led to the setup location for the tower crane behind the LBBW high-rise, was the obvious solution. Therefore, one of the busiest intersections in all of Stuttgart had to be closed briefly at five o’clock in the morning so that the crane, assist crane and the lowbed trailers would be able to pass through the tunnel against the direction of traffic. 104-meter hook height

with luffing jib Once the vehicles were at the site, it was time for the Demag AC 500-8 to shine with its ease of assembly: It took the team a mere 6 hours to set up the crane with a WIHI-SSL 60° configuration, a telescopic boom length of 51.80 meters, a 66-meter luffing fly jib, and 120 tonnes of counterweight. This made it possible for the AC 500-8 to reach the required hook height of over 104 meters and lift the top-slewing tower crane components, which weighed up to 13.5 tonnes, at a radius of 43 meters. The crane’s excellent lifting capacity values at large hook heights and radii were crucial for the Stuttgart assignment. Shared perception Before the actual lifts to erect the tower crane, a smaller assist crane was first used to lift the corresponding components off

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the lowbed trailers and set them down on the ground so that they could be preassembled. After this, the Demag AC 500-8 took over the erection work as the main crane, and this meant that it had a number of unique challenges ahead of it: Since the tower crane had to be placed between two office buildings right next to the large glass façade of the LBBW highrise, extremely high operating precision was required. And on top of this, all the tower crane components had to be positioned over and beyond the high-rise

and the jib had to be assembled over the latter – no mean feat for crane operators Karlheinz Moll and Steven Ziellmann, who also had to contend with the fact that there was a wall blocking their line of sight and accordingly had to rely on their BMTI fellow team members to guide them by radio. “In addition, the two high rise buildings provided wind effects that had to be included in our lift plans,” Karlheinz Moll and Steven Ziellmann say while describing an additional challenge that required for both

of them to stay extremely focused throughout the entire project. Fortunately, both their experience and the precise controls that characterize the AC 5008 meant that they had the situation under control at all times and were able to complete the job on time. “Just like we expected, our AC 500-8 proved to be the right choice once again,” Project Manager Wilhelm says while explaining that both the crane’s and his team’s performance exceeded his expectations. b

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as well as an overview of the Company’s sustainable approach to supply chain management. Supplier Relations then demonstrated how the Supplier Portal works as both an SSSA access tool and as an interactive platform for two-way communication with suppliers. The Supplier Quality Department presented the

Assessment Tool, followed by an open question and answer session. CNH Industrial is planning to continue these training activities involving an even greater number of suppliers both face-to-face and through the Supplier Portal. b

but it also influences how public opinion reacts to the company’s social and environmental stance. Which is why CNH Industrial works so hard to reinforce its values and strengthen its links with partners in the supply chain. Sustainability Assessment Training In order to underline the importance of the Supplier Sustainability Self Assessment (SSSA) tool, CNH Industrial invited two groups of suppliers to attend training sessions in Turin, Italy. The training was managed together by Sustainability Planning and Reporting, Supplier Relations and Supplier Quality functions. First, the Sustainability function gave suppliers an overview of CNH Industrial’s already implemented Sustainability model which has led to the Company’s inclusion as one of the Industry Leaders in the prestigious Dow Jones Indices,

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teens, it’s important to come home to them after they finished school for the day. “I take time to be with them. I enjoy being in my garden, on my terrace, being outside. It’s the same at the weekend, since I’m in a rural area, I enjoy the calm, nature, strolls in the woods with my family, bicycle rides, things like that.” Vincent Blandin continues to talk as he is preparing the tool set. In just a little while, he will drive over to a customer for a meeting and then for an inspection. When he started working at Volvo CE, he was a mobile technician for a good ten years, before moving over to after sales control and being a technical controller. ”My background, the technical part, helps me a lot now.” After the long work day, Vincent sits in his car to drive home. To use public transportation is rarely an option to him, at least not for the moment. “My transport of choice is my car, even if I have to deal with traffic jams in Ile-de-France and mainly Paris.” But speaking of the Grand Paris Express project, he does believe that there will be a change. ”I really think that the project will change the Parisians’ life and for all the people that have to go to Paris for work or other activities, especially I think it will change the traffic jams, traffic flow and public transport. I think so and I hope so, for the Parisians’ future life,” he concludes and folds his set, ready for a new client meeting. b Source: Volvo

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TimberWest Celebrates Outstanding Contractors TimberWest held its Safety Leadership and Environmental awards in Nanaimo, BC and recognized the achievements of five outstanding contractors. “Our contractors help coordinate the activities of close to 1,000 people out in the woods every day across a variety of terrain and through changing weather conditions. Safe and environmentally responsible outcomes are only possible through their unrelenting focus and commitment to improve.” said, Jeff Zweig, President and CEO of TimberWest. “Each of the award winners has contributed in an exceptional way to achieving better safety or environmental outcomes. We greatly appreciate their efforts” In 2017, TimberWest achieved a below coastal industry average medical incident rate of 2.01 per 200,000 hours worked; a 39% decrease in medical incident rate year-overyear. And, TimberWest received zero major environmental non-conformances’ on its independent environmental audit conducted by KPMG. “While we celebrate the accomplishments of 2017, the journey is not over until we achieve zeroharm. And this can only be achieved with the support of our contractors,” continued Mr. Zweig. “Against this context, we are pleased to recognize the efforts of three outstanding leaders in Safety and two outstanding leaders in Environmental Stewardship.

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Magnificent Greatness: Terex CTT 332-16 Flat Top Tower Crane At the beginning of 2017, when Polish crane rental company Corleonis was tasked with erecting a roughly 150-meter-tall cooling tower for the largescale Bogatynia power plant in southwestern Poland on behalf of construction company Budimex, there was one question on everyone’s mind: Which crane could tackle the job most efficiently? The new Terex CTT

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332-16 flat top tower crane was chosen, as it fulfilled all the prerequisites for the demanding project: On one hand, its fast working speed and a lifting capacity of up to 16 tonnes ensured that construction would progress quickly. On the other hand, its robust construction would enable it to work reliably under the challenging job site conditions. “However, it was clear from the very beginning that even all the advantages behind the CTT 332-16 would not be enough to take care of the job with a standard crane configuration,” reports Corleonis Commercial Manager Jacek Obr bski. And he explains why: “The crane had to be set up inside the cooling tower and would need to grow, as construction progressed, to a final hook height of 151.70 meters in three stages.” Rock-solid thanks to a special cable structure

The Terex Application Engineering Team was able to solve this technical challenge quickly: The factory specialists developed a cable structure that would make it possible to anchor the crane tower to the cooling tower’s slab, enabling the CTT 332-16 to remain stable at all times. The first anchor was secured to the crane tower at a height of 62.40 meters, and the second at a height of 109.60 meters. This way, the Terex Cranes specialists were able to ensure that the CTT 332-16 flat top tower crane could efficiently perform all lifts with a jib length of 55 meters during every “growth stage”. The support provided by Terex Cranes went even further, however: Regional Sales Manager Bartosz Irzyniec offered Corleonis – as a kind of full-service offering – commissioning support by a field technician from the Terex Cranes

plant in Fontanafredda. “Needless to say, it was the kind of offer that we wouldn’t have dreamed of passing up, especially given the fact that the crane model is still practically new for us. Basically put, the support provided by Terex gave us additional field experience,” reports Jacek Obr bski. Terex Cranes Service Manager Ivo Romanelli and Field Technician Mirco Manarin were responsible for this “extra field experience,” and in March 2017 not only assisted the Corleonis Team with setting up the crane at the work site, but also with commissioning, briefing, test lifts, and fine-tuning. A true giant During this initial stage, the crane was first erected to a height of 69 meters. This was followed by 110.40 meters during the second construction stage and by a final 151.70 meters during the third and final expansion stage, which was reached in November 2017. “The CTT 332-16 crane proved to be an absolutely reliable machine, showing once more that Terex tower cranes are literally a true giant in the EMEAR region as well,”

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Yanmar Trials New Energy Source In Japan In Japan, Yanmar Co., Ltd. has participated in a test of a hydrogen fuel cellpowered boat, under the auspices of the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT). The aim of the research project is to draft guidelines for safety of hydrogen fuel cell-powered boats. The combination of hydrogen energy and fuel cells is a promising technology for use as a new, electrical power source for electric motors propelling vessels and vehicles, and as a source of heat and electricity for buildings. Hydrogen is a new source of energy and is considered as a high efficiency, low polluting fuel. Besides, it is abundantly available. One way to produce energy from hydrogen is to directly convert the chemical energy within hydrogen to electricity using electrochemical fuel cells. The only byproducts are pure water and heat, producing zero emission.

Inc. of Canada. The fuel cell system was installed on the test boat provided by the National Maritime Research Institute (Japan) with a lithium-ion battery system developed by Uzushio Electric Co., Ltd. The test verified the safety requirements for both the hydrogen fuel cell system and the lithium-ion battery system. Continued research and development In line with our mission for a sustainable future, Yanmar is obviously very excited about the results and we will continue research and development towards refining the capabilities of the maritime fuel cell system for the use on hydrogen fuel cell-powered boats. What could be a potential market for hydrogen fuel cell-powered boats? As tour boats, for example, operate in urban waterways. As a member of the maritime cluster, Yanmar will continue to cooperate with government, industry and academia on development of hydrogen fuel cell-powered boats and ships. b

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Doppstadt Gets Out Of Rubble, Which Is In It Doppstadt’s new separation process separates what does not belong together: building rubble becomes a valuable resource. Sebastian Kemper, Managing Director of Doppstadt Systemtechnik GmbH, shows how this works at IFAT. Mr. Kemper, why is this topic current? The processing of construction waste is essential for many of our customers: It is extremely difficult to treat construction waste in such a way that all substances contained in it are recyclable. Our new system offers an alternative to the technologies used so far. Where is the problem? The Baumischabfall has an ever-increasing variety of ingredients. The demands on the recycling materials increase in return. In order to be able to utilize the ingredients, as far as possible all contaminants must be discharged. This is what our machines do in three steps that build on each other.

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Volvo Construction Equipment To Trial 5G Mobile Technology ing available to the wider public. Only a handful of companies from across the Nordic countries – and from a range of different industries – will be chosen to take part in the two-year program. It is a joint collaboration between Telia with mobile telecoms firm Ericsson as its technology partner. Telia Chief Technology Officer Mats Lundbäck announced the launch of the program at the 5G World Congress in London on June 13th. Patrik Lundblad, Volvo CE’s Senior Vice President of Technology, says: “The advantages of a faster, more reliable 5G network represent a huge step for-

Grade control technology is changing how operators use construction equipment. Today, dozers are getting an infusion of technology to deliver precise grading performance. One recent example comes from John Deere, which announced its power-angle-tilt crawler dozer has John Deere SmartGrade. This machine is integrated with the Topcon 3D-MC2 Grade-Control System, which is fully incorporated into the machine cabin, structures and software. This eliminates external cables to the masts, which reduces

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breakage. Additionally, it helps decrease the vulnerability to theft and damage. Another benefit is the fact the technology removes the need to install blade-mounted sensors and components daily, reducing setup, and allowing operators to get more work done. With Auto SmartGrade, operators can adjust the system when moving the machine from one soil type to another. This means a GPS manager doesn’t need to make a trip to the machine to recalibrate the Source: Conexpo

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also collaborated on an award-winning digital mining project last year. The Pilot for Industrial Mobile Communication in Mining (PIMM), which was named Digitalization Project of the Year at the Telecom Gala last February, saw the testing of a concept remotecontrol wheel loader capable of operating more than 1,312 feet underground. It is hoped this latest program will allow Volvo CE to develop its advanced mobile communication expertise even further. b

said: “5G allows us to transport data in ways that we could only ever dream about and can increase the possibilities for autonomous and remotecontrolled machines in our future. By eliminating the potential safety hazards and downtime associated with operations like mining, we can move closer to fulfilling our ambitions to deliver zero emissions, zero accidents and zero unplanned stops.” This is not the first time Volvo CE has partnered with Telia and Ericsson. The Swedish companies

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Province Launches BC Bus North For Northern B.C. The B.C. government has launched a new, interim long-haul northern bus service to fill the gap Greyhound has left behind, and to help make sure British Columbians living in the north are able to travel safely and affordably from community to community, Premier John Horgan announced. The new service, called BC Bus North, which began providing service on June 4, 2018, just days after Greyhound discontinued the majority of its northern bus routes on June 1. “People in the North rely on transportation for their livelihoods, to access the health and education services they need, and to visit family and friends,” said Premier Horgan. “In

the face of Greyhound’s decision, our job is to make sure northern communities and the people who live there are able to stay connected through safe, reliable and affordable public transportation.” BC Bus North’s service will include two roundtrips per week, between Prince Rupert and Prince George, Prince George and Valemount, and Prince George to Dawson Creek/ Fort St. John. Additionally, BC Bus North will offer one round-trip per week from Fort Nelson to Dawson Creek/Fort St. John. “BC Bus North will help make sure that people in the North, especially those in rural and remote communities, don’t feel stranded and isolated,”

said Claire Trevena, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure. “Once the service is up and running, we’re going to take the next step by working with northern communities to find a long-term solution that delivers a sustainable, affordable solution for these communities.” The service will be affordable with one-way fares being either $35 or $45, per route, depending on how far people are travelling. Northern B.C. has unique transportation challenges due to its remote geography and vast distances between communities. Greyhound’s move to eliminate service in the North has put people at risk for isolation, such as those without access to personal vehicles, and especially people of low income, Indigenous communities, women, seniors and people with disabilities. The minister directed

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BC Transit to work with one of its service operators to provide a base-level service to help fill the gap left by Greyhound. BC Bus North will be operated by Pacific Western Transportation using four highway coaches, equipped with luggage and washroom facilities. “We’re looking forward to delivering a long-haul service for the first time to connect people and communities in northern B.C.,” said Erinn Pinkerton, interim president and CEO, BC Transit. “Our team has been working hard to find ways to make this interim solution meet the needs of customers in the North.” The Province will fund BC Bus North for 12 months, during which time government will work with local leaders to evaluate the demand for this new service, and develop a long-term transportation solution that works for people in this part of the province. b

completed the assembly over 48 continuous days, Source: Gov.bc.ca overcoming challenges to deliver the machine ready for production on time. Most importantly for our customer and our BHP Billiton Mitsubi- March to add to their people, the team delivshi Alliance (BMA) wel- three existing R 9800s on ered the project without comed a new R 9800 to site. injury, ensuring everytheir fleet at Goonyella The BMA Project and one went home safely Haver & Boecker, a Riverside coal mine in Liebherr build teams each night. b leading equipment manufacturer and solutions NEXT AD DEADLINE: July 13, 2018 · 5:00 pm provider for aggregates Source: Liebherr and mining applications, offers the Tyler L-Class Service Centres: vibrating screen for classifying wet or dry mateLangley, • Chilliwack • Parksville www.rollinsmachinery.com rial as well as an ideal E-mail: jeff@rollinsmachinery.ca dewatering method. The Phone: 604-533-0048 compact machine is versatile and easy to maintain, with no timing belts or gears that normally need replacing. DEMOS Producers can customAVAILABLE ize the 6-foot-wide maNOW chine in two lengths, a 16- and 20-foot length. Primarily mounted horizontally, the L-Class can also Other products available contact us today! be inclined or declined as much as 3 degrees. The linear L-Class hanJohnston Sweepers dles up to 400 tph and feaare available in: tures a 45-degree mounted double-shaft overhead • Regenerative Air drive system with direct• Mechanical mounted motors. Producers can access multiple • Vacuum speed and stroke options by changing the pulleys and plate weights. The application-specific body design offers simplified mainService Centres: tenance with a one-piece removable head and shaft Langley • Chilliwack • Parksville assembly. In addition, un-

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SFI Conservation Grants Feature Collaboration From 45 Different Groups The Sustainable Forestry Initiative Inc. (SFI) announced five conservation grants today that will advance our shared understanding of the conservation benefits associated with well-managed forests across the United States and Canada. These grants feature collaboration between SFI and a diverse range of partners and experts from 45 organizations to advance SFI’s ground breaking Conservation Impact Project. This year’s grants focus on key natural resource sustainability issues, such as investigating climate resilience and carbon storage, improving water quality and quantity in forests, and enhancing biodiversity. Specific areas of study include caribou, steelhead trout, and boreal bird habitats, forest carbon values, and links between best management practices for water and forest practices. Ultimately, results will help

clarify the connection between sustainable forest management, responsible supply chain choices, and environmental benefits we all care about. “Collaborating with SFI offers incredible scale in terms of major forest regions and forest types. It also allows us to interact with a wide range of SFI Program Participants and partners in practical ways. Our ongoing efforts could dovetail with SFI grant work underway with the American Bird Conservancy in the United States, providing continent-wide impact for SFI bird conservation efforts,” said Fiona Schmiegelow, a professor in the Northern Environmental and Conservation Sciences Program at the University of Alberta. Grantee organizations represent leading research institutions and conservation organizations and include University of Alberta, Virginia Tech,

How to Prevent Accidents: 5 Safety Best Practices That Can Help It has been said, We are what we repeatedly do. Workers do not purposely disregard safety rules and warnings, but it is easy to get distracted, to become complacent, even with training. Technology aids are great, and product engineers work hard to design out hazards, but safety awareness is the greatest protection against accidents. Making safety a habit, every day, requires self-discipline. Know the hazards involved. Be disciplined about using the equipment correctly, and understanding and following all safety requirements, all the time. Following good safety practices protects not only equipment operators, but also everyone who works in their proximity, so they all can go home safely after their job is done. While operator safety is paramount, a safe jobsite

ees to build partnerships and facilitate meaningful engagement with landowners certified to SFI Standards. These projects promise to build critical understanding of conservation outcomes in managed forests, to benefit conservationists and consumers alike,” said Paul Trianosky, Chief Conservation Officer at SFI. SFI conservation grants were awarded through the SFI Conservation and Community Partnerships Grant Program, which is dedicated to improving forest conservation and strengthening the communities that depend on forests. SFI is a nonprofit sustainability organization dedicated to the future of our forests. SFI advances conservation objectives in forests throughout North America through the values expressed in our standards, through carefully targeted research, through direct leadership of critical initiatives, and through partnerships that effectively contribute to multiple conservation objectives. b

University of Maine, Fraser Basin Council, fRI Research, and American Forests. Partnerships represented by these projects reach even more broadly and include the American Bird Conservancy, the National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, Université Laval, Ducks Unlimited Canada and many other conservation leaders. The Canadian Forest Service, the Southern Group of State Foresters and government agencies in North Carolina, British Columbia and Ontario are also closely involved along with landowners certified to SFI Standards and the grassroots network of SFI Implementation Committees. “Every year our conservation grants reach more organizations and cover a wider array of conservation issues. One of our Source: SFI program’s great strength is the active role we take in working with grantor on the equipment you operate. The following words have significant differences in their meaning for safety: Danger. Warning. Caution. Notice. If you’re not sure of what a certain safety alert or signal means, ask a supervisor or safety professional. 3. Protect yourself. Wear all necessary personal protective equipment (PPE). Hard hats, gloves, safety glasses and boots may be required in order to operate machinery safely. 4. Know the rules. Most employers have rules governing equipment use and maintenance. Before you start work, check with your supervisor or safety coordinator and be sure about the rules you’ll be expected to obey. 5. Know the equipment. Make sure you understand the capabilities and hazards of the equipment you’ll be operating. Read the owner’s manuals, safety literature and any other resources made available to you. b

is also a more efficient and productive one: less downtime from accidents and fewer repair costs from improper machine usage and maintenance. The following five safety guidelines may seem basic, but they help ensure safe operating practices every day, says the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), which relays safety-trends information through its CONEXPOCON/AGG 365 initiative and extensive array of safety and training materials. 1. Follow your company’s safety program. Never operate machinery under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Be aware and alert to any potential hazards in your specific working condition. Participate in all required training. 2. Know important safety alerts and signal words posted in your work area Source: AEM

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COFI Announces Winners Of The 50th BC Lumber Grading Championship The BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI) is pleased to announce the winners of the 50th Annual BC Lumber Grading Championship held in Kelowna on May 26, 2018. The only competition of its kind in the world, top lumber graders from

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members Naresh Parmar, Sajjan Minhas and Jason Nie earned the top combined score. “This annual lumber grading competition is an opportunity for lumber graders to showcase their skills and the quality of their work,” said Gary Desrosier, Quality Control Manager for COFI. “In the 50 years since the the first championship, the forest industry has been adapting and evolving. This year we were very pleased to have

July 2018 the highest scoring female contestant in the Grading Championship history. We look forward to continuing to increase diversity in the Championship and industry going forward.” Next year’s competition will once again be held by COFI in Kelowna. COFI is accredited by the Canadian Lumber Standards Accreditation Board (CLSAB) and the American Lumber Standards Committee (ALSC) among other organizations, to provide

New Radio Remote Controls For Hoists And Cranes J D Neuhaus (JDN), the world leader in air hoists, cranes, trolleys and monorail hoists, has further enhanced their remote control capabilities. This innovation will bring exceptional ease-of-use and convenience to users across all industries. Three remote control models are now available, RC-X, RC S and RC-SP, each comprising of a transmitter and receiver and all can either be integrated in existing JDN solutions or directly combined with a new JDN hoist. One of the many advantages of the new JDN receiver is its rigid and extremely compact design. All components are housed in a space-saving, shockresistant GRP (glass-reinforced plastic) casing featuring protection class IP65

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(dust and water protected). A breathable membrane guides any condensation away from the interior to the exterior. The design also offers seawater-resistance for offshore applications. The radio remote control model RC-X is even suitable for the use in potentially explosive environments rated up to ATEX zone 2/22. Consideration has also been given to easeof-installation. Even existing JDN hoists and cranes can be retrofitted thanks to the standardized interface of the JDN RC. The receiver can be mounted directly on the hoist or the trolley, or individually at site. The compact design of the receiver makes it even suitable for hoists with low carrying capacity. Individual solutions ac- Source: JD Neuhaus

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Mining The Future Adoption of Autonomous Haulage Systems in mining operations gains momentum. By Graham Chandler

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he future of mining is upon us. BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto deploy driverless ore trucks; semiautonomous dozer systems operate in Wyoming; semiautonomous LHDs trundle around a Newmont mine in Nevada. Records are being set: Komatsu early this year celebrated the 10th anniversary of its first autonomous truck deployment at a Codelco copper mine in Chile; Rio Tinto’s autonomous haul trucks have moved a total of one billion tonnes of material

with zero injury accidents. More than 100 Komatsu autonomous trucks operate around the world, and that number is rapidly climbing. Now Suncor’s North Steepbank mine in Alberta will soon be the first oil sands operation to employ driverless haul trucks— and the first to pilot Autonomous Haulage System (AHS) technology in openpit mines in Canada. Komatsu pioneered commercialization of AHS in the mining industry.

Within its FrontRunner system, each autonomous dump truck is equipped with controllers, a high precision GPS system, an obstacle detection system, and a wireless network system. They work in sync, enabling the truck to operate safely though a complex load, haul and dump cycle and to integrate with the dozers, loaders and shovels that are more commonly becoming part of the system. The trucks also transmit health and status information to cen-

tral control. Operations can be truly remote, for example Rio Tinto’s trucks are controlled remotely from its operations centre in Perth—about 1,500 kilometres from the mines. Concern for safety in such systems is paramount. “Komatsu thoroughly tests and qualifies all of its FrontRunner products, including operational safety layers, at its proving grounds and test labs in Tucson, Arizona,” explains Scott Schellenberg, Senior Manager Autono-

mous Haulage Systems, at SMS Equipment Inc., the Komatsu Equipment dealer in Canada. “By the time FrontRunner was brought to the oil sands there were many years of safe operation behind it in both Chile and Australia.” Schellenberg adds that mine sites are highly controlled operating venues and so offer a good area to deploy and evaluate autonomous systems. “It ensures we can very early deliver the significant benefits in a much lower risk environment as compared to cars on our streets,” he says. Field trials in the oil sands began in 2013, when Komatsu partnered with Suncor. Initially one truck operated through spring break up, cold winter conditions, and the soft underfoot conditions of summer. Completed at Suncor’s base mine the following year, positive results supported the decision to expand to a six-truck commercial scale evaluation in the company’s North Steepbank Extension mine. That ran from 2014 to mid-2017 and verified the operational parameters needed for broader implementation of AHS technology in oil sands mining operations. The trials pointed up some conditions unique to oil sands mining not encountered with hard rock mining. “There are obvious differences with the ground conditions between hard rock mining and Suncor’s operations,” says Suncor spokesperson Erin Rees. “As an example, in the early engineering tests, in our softer ground conditions the trucks’ same precise route on every trip would create deep ruts in

Page 29 the road. An update to the system was developed to eliminate this problem by allowing the trucks’ route to precisely offset each trip, reducing the deep ruts and road maintenance required.” It was patented as ‘multi-trajectory functionality’. Upon finalization of project reviews and approvals, Suncor’s AHS technology will be phased in over a three-to-five-year period starting in its North Steepbank Extension. The company plans to first replace trucks that have reached the end of their useful life with new Komatsu trucks, which reportedly cost about $5 million each, not including detection systems and new computer gear. But the autonomous trucks operate 24/7 and stop only for fuel, so the company should need fewer trucks in the future than it employs now. As more and more mines adopt AHS technology new savings soon become apparent. In addition to the enhanced safety margins, “as operators learn to structure their production environment around the capabilities of the system, they begin to realize some substantial production gains over staffed operations,” says Schellenberg. “This means our customers can do the same amount of work with less equipment. The other is maintenance costs: Komatsu customers are reporting on average 10 per cent reduction in costs. One area of note is tires—each haul truck has six tires so reports of 40 per cent increase in tire life add up to some big savings.” AHS is very much the wave of mining’s future. “The implementation of autonomous machinery will fundamentally change mining and will have a profound impact on the industry as a whole,” says Dave Goddard, of the Global Mining Guidelines Group (GMG), a facilitator of global mining collaboration on common industry issues. “Although there are a lot of mining companies currently evaluating autonomous operations, the reality is that automation will be hugely disruptive in mining and will come whether they want it or not. And it’s more likely to come in a sooner and shorter time horizon than anyone is expecting.” b


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pproximately 25 kilometres of Highway 3 between Sumallo Grove and Allison Pass will be resurfaced, using a more environmentally friendly technique, to make travel safer and smoother for people travelling through southern British Columbia. “Hot-in-place paving is a greener way to resurface our highways as it reuses and recycles the asphalt, and it also reduces emissions,” said Claire Trevena, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure. “Resurfacing part of this key transprovincial route helps keep our infrastructure in top

condition, and gives people a safer ride as they travel to recreation destinations and communities across southern B.C.” Hot-in-place recycle paving produces up to 50% fewer emissions than conventional paving. It reuses and recycles the existing asphalt material right on the project site. Conventional paving requires materials to be delivered to the asphalt plant, and uses more energy to produce the new asphalt, which then needs to be transported to the site. Hot-in-place paving also helps extend the life of the pavement by rehabilitat-

ing the top layer, and lasts an average of eight to 12 years. This made-in-B.C. technology has been used since 1986. Peter’s Bros. Construction Ltd. of Penticton was awarded the $2.8-million contract for the work, which will get underway in May. It is expected to be completed before the end of the summer 2018. Drivers are reminded to slow down, obey traffic control personnel, and to check DriveBC.ca for the most up-to-date highway information. b Source: news.gov.bc.ca

Smooth Move: 3 Common Ways To Resurface B.C. Highways If you’ve ever slowly cruised by paving projects in your community, you’ve probably noticed there are different types of paving processes. Turns out, there’s more than one method our contractors use depending on the amount of TLC required. The majority of projects we work on aren’t straight from scratch paving. By “straight from scratch”, we mean the kind of paving where we start with a gravel road instead of an existing paved road, such as with the expansion of the highway for the Cariboo Connector project. Instead, most of the paving projects in B.C. focus on rehabilitation by using resurfacing methods on existing asphalt. To help you identify which method of pavement rehabilitation you’re seeing, we’ve put together a list of the three main methods that the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure uses: Overlay, Hot-in-Place and Mill and Fill. Overlay Overlay can be used when surface defects have not opened or penetrated

far into the existing pavement structure. In other words, if the road is in pretty decent shape and we can repair existing cracks without grinding, the overlay can serve to increase the structural integrity of the highway. For this method, we add a fresh layer of asphalt to restore structural strength without having the underlying pavement stresses working themselves back into the new surface. The end result is a road that has a better life cycle than the Mill and Fill process (“life cycle” is how long the asphalt lasts before repairs/resurfacing are required). How does it affect your drive? Overlay takes the shortest time frame to complete compared to the Hotin-Place and Mill and Fill methods. Hot-in-Place Resurfacing If the existing asphalt pavement still has some “life in it” (minimal surface cracks and the asphalt binder is soft enough), we can use specialized “trainlike” equipment to do the work. First, the asphalt is heated, then re-processed

on the spot with new asphalt mix (usually 20%) and finally placed where the existing asphalt was just removed; thus, why we call it “Hot-in-Place Resurfacing”. The bonus of this method is that it rehabilitates the pavement surface in one fell swoop, and with one super machine, saving natural resources and lowering emissions and costs! How does it affect your drive? This method is quick and cost effective. Once the asphalt is compacted and cooled, the road is immediately ready for your driving pleasure. Mill and Fill We use this method when the pavement surface has deteriorated to the point where it cannot be maintained because cracks, stresses and structural defects have made their way below the surface. This generally means the underlying asphalt layers are still strong and sound to bear vehicle loads. Our paving contractors start by grinding the damaged asphalt – milling (taking off) the affected areas, and then

Hot-in-place recycle paving produces up to 50% fewer emissions than conventional paving. laying down and compacting fresh asphalt to cool. If you’re keen on recycling, it’s interesting to know the leftover ground or milled asphalt is recycled into the new layer being replaced or used on a side or secondary road for resurfacing. This method helps extend the asphalt surface life cycle. For example, Hot-inPlace lasts an average of 8 to 12 years, while Mill and Fill and Overlay projects can last approximately 15 to 18 years. Mill and Fill and Hot-in-Place Recycling projects typically do not require supplementary work found in Overlay projects, which could include roadside barrier improvements and gravel shouldering work. How does it affect your drive? You may have spotted a stage of this process if you’ve ever driven over pavement after it’s been milled and before it’s been filled. Mill and Fill can take a bit longer than some of our other methods, but once the new asphalt is in place, it can be driven on in a matter of hours because the asphalt has been compacted and cools quickly. We will be using a wide range of pavement rehabilitation methods as needed across the province this summer. If you’re on Highway 3 west of the Kootenay Pass or east of Creston, you might see our scheduled

The Overlay process in action.

Hot-in-place recycling as it happens.

Traditional mill and fill. Mill and Fill paving project; keep your eyes peeled for the Hot-in-Place recycling method in the Revelstoke area on sections of Highway 1 and 23N; or South of Kamloops on the Coquihalla Highway 5. Try and spot the Hot-in-Place recycling method with the additional 50mm of Overlay paving to add strength

to the highway. If you spot flaggers working at any construction, be sure to slow down for them and check out what our paving contractors are up to – and now you can use your new knowledge about paving methods for your next round of roadside trivia. b Source: tranbc.ca


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IKEA and Neste are now able to utilize renewable residue and waste raw materials, such as used cooking oil, as well as sustainably-produced vegetable oils in the production of plastic products. The pilot at commercial scale starts during fall 2018. It will be the first large-scale production of renewable, bio-based polypropylene plastic globally. IKEA wants to have a positive impact on people and the planet while growing the business, which includes using more renewable and recycled materials and explore new materials for IKEA products. As part of this journey, IKEA is working to change all of the plastic used in IKEA products to plastic based on recycled and/or renewable ma-

terials by 2030. Plastic is traditionally made from virgin fossil materials, which contribute to climate change and is a finite resource. By changing to plastic based on renewable material, IKEA can secure the production for the future, and eliminate the need for extraction of fossil fuel for the purpose of making plastic. One of the ongoing projects towards eliminating virgin fossilbased raw materials in plastic products is a collaboration between IKEA and Neste, which was initiated in 2016. Thanks to this collaboration, IKEA and Neste are now able to turn waste and residue raw materials, such as used cooking oil, as well as sustainable vegetable oils

into polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) plastic. PP and PE plastic are some of the most commonly used plastic. “This new material represents a significant step towards a fossil free future. No one has ever before been able to produce PP plastic from a fossil-free raw material other than on a laboratory scale. Together with Neste, we are ensuring that there is an opportunity to scale up the production of this material”, says Erik Ljungblad, Category Manager Plastic Products at IKEA of Sweden. “The production of bio-based plastics at a commercial scale is a major achievement in the cooperation between Neste and IKEA, while it also marks a significant milestone in Neste’s strategy. IKEA

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ing Businesses business unit. The pilot at commercial scale of PP and PE plastic, chosen to contain 20 percent renewable content, will start during fall 2018. The production of bio-based plastics will be based on Neste’s 100 percent renewable hydrocarbons.

IKEA will use the new plastic in products that are part of the current product range, such as plastic storage boxes, starting with a limited number of products. As capacities improve, more products will follow. b Source: Oil & Gas Press

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John Deere Introduces High-Performance Vibratory Plate Compactors John Deere is adding three new plate compactors to its portfolio of over 100 Worksite Pro attachments, offering customers more model options to choose from while maintaining the same reliability they’ve come to expect from the

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Bandit Industries To Go 100 Percent Employee Owned Bandit Industries owners Mike Morey Sr., Dianne Morey and Jerry Morey announced on June 7 they would sell 100 percent of the company to their employees in an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP). Under the ESOP, Bandit will retain its current leadership and key management personnel will remain in place. It will also allow Bandit to always remain Bandit. The announcement comes after two previous attempts to sell

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Bandit Industries – once to another manufacturer and once to a private investment firm. “We realized neither was a good fit for Bandit, so we made the decision to sell to our trusted employees,” said Dianne Morey. “It will be fun to watch our crew take it to the next level,” said Mike Morey, who developed the very first Bandit chipper in 1983 and founded Bandit Industries. Bandit is growing rapidly with 20% growth per year with two plant expansions currently underway and several new products being introduced later this year. Bandit also recently entered into an agreement with ARJES GmbH, a leading slow speed shredder manufacturer from Germany. Bandit will sell and distribute the ARJES prod- Source: Bandit

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AEM Honors 29 Equipment Manufacturers The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) has presented Statistics Outstanding Merit Awards to 29 companies for their superior participation in AEM data reporting programs. “Our statistics programs are member-driven, and we applaud the dedication of our award winners. They help ensure AEM delivers optimum value with consistent, accurate, and reliable market data that members can use for improved business forecasting and production planning,” said AEM Director of Statistics Rex Sprietsma. AEM statistics activities encompass more than 200 unique product programs that cover information from countylevel retail sales data in North America to global shipments data. Winning companies received a cumulative performance rating of

• DeLaval Inc.* • GEA Farm Technologies* • Haulotte Group Bil-Jax • Hitachi Construction Machinery Loaders America • JLG Industries Inc. • Kobelco Construction Machinery USA • Komatsu America Corp.* • Krone NA Inc. • Kubota Tractor Corporation* • Kuhn North America Inc.* • Lely North America • Liebherr • Link-Belt Cranes • Screen Machine Industries • Sellick Equipment Limited • Skyjack* • Sullivan –Palatek Inc. • Terex Corporation • Thompson Pump & Manufacturing Inc. • Tigercat Industries Inc. • Vactor Manufacturing • Vac-Tron Equipment AEM is the North American-based international trade group representing off-road equipment manufacturers and suppliers in the agriculture and construction-related sectors worldwide. b

90 percent or better based on corporatewide North America performance in areas including timely and accurate data submission, meeting attendance, and timely response to ballots, audits, and surveys during the 2017 calendar year. AEM presented the awards during its recent annual statistics conference in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The conference included general sessions on business intelligence trends and meetings of several AEM statistics committees. AEM recognized the following 29 companies as 2017 Statistics Outstanding Merit Award winners: * Indicates achieved a 100-percent score • AGCO Corporation* • Amerequip Corporation • BouMatic* • Caterpillar Inc. • Charles Machine Works • CLAAS of America Inc. • CNH Industrial Source: AEM

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Genie Named Cat Rental 2017 Vendor Of The Year At the company’s 2018 Rental Summit Allied Vendor Fair and Reception, Cat Rental Stores have named Genie, a Terex brand, as the Cat Rental Store 2017 Vendor of the Year. The criteria for the award are quality, product support and policy, ease of doing business and overall vendor satisfaction. This is the first year the Cat Rental Store Vendor of the Year award has been given. “I am very pleased to bestow Genie with the honor of our 2017 Vendor of the Year,” says Erica Baird, Global Allied Product Manager, Global Rental & Used Equipment Services, Cater-

pillar Inc. “The Cat Rental Stores have distinguished Genie as an exceptional vendor, committed to providing our dealers with quality products and support, to ensure our customers’ success from the start to the finish of any project or job. We look forward to growing our long and successful relationship with Genie!” According to Baird, at the end of last year, Caterpillar worked with its dealers to determine the key attributes required to be recognized as the Cat Rental Stores Vendor of the Year. Baird stated that Genie, a leading, global manufacturer of aerial lift equip- Source: Genie

Superior Builds Longest RoadPortable Telescoping Conveyor Superior Industries, Inc., a U.S. based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, has manufactured the first ever 210-foot (64m) roadportable telescoping radial stacking conveyor. This TeleStacker Conveyor, designed and built for a frac

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Doosan Introduces New Authorized Dealer In Ottawa Doosan Infracore North America, LLC, has expanded its dealer network with the addition of Eastrock Equipment Canada as an authorized sales, service, parts and rental provider of Doosan equipment. The dealership is located at 2020 Bantree Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1B 5A4. With more than 25 years of experience in the heavy equipment industry as a Furukawa Rock Drill dealer, Eastrock Equipment welcomes the opportunity to complement its drilling and breaker products with Doosan construction equipment. When asked why they choose to represent Doosan, General

ment, was recognized for its ongoing commitment to provide the highest overall value to Cat Rental Store dealers and, most importantly, to Cat Rental Store customers. “It is a privilege to receive this prestigious recognition from Caterpillar,” says Paul Smith, Genie National Accounts Manager, Terex AWP. “At Genie, we are committed to the success of our customers’ businesses, from delivering highquality aerial lift equipment to our responsive support after the sale. We take great pride in providing Cat Rental Stores the products, services and programs they need to meet the growing and changing needs of their customers.” b

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Manager Mike Frizzell replied, “At Eastrock we pride ourselves on selling high-quality equipment and keeping our customers working and making money. This was first and foremost in our minds as we looked for a complementary brand line. When the Doosan opportunity came up, we did our homework and were satisfied that they build great equipment and stand firmly behind the products they sell. That’s our kind of company.” The Doosan line is a perfect fit into Eastrock’s heavy equipment business model. “The ability to have a fleet of Doosan crawler excavators and wheel loaders on hand Source: Doosan


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John Deere Announces Equipment, Warranty Additions To better support customers, John Deere is excited to announce new equipment and warranty additions to its forestry certified used program. The program, which ensures the value and reliability of used forestry equipment, will now include L-Series skidders and wheeled feller bunchers. Additionally, the warranty choices for

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12-month warranty option guarantees that customers are covered if any issues do occur with used skidders or wheeled feller bunchers. Forwarders, wheeled harvesters, and tracked feller bunchers and harvesters are still eligible for a six-month warranty. The forestry certified used program provides loggers with reassurance when purchasing John Deere used equipment, including skidders, wheeled feller bunchers and harvesters, tracked feller bunchers and harvesters, and forwarders. Each used machine must pass a strict 100plus point inspection in order to be certified. When using a certified machine, owners and operators can be confident in the quality of their machine, as John Deere and its worldclass dealers back each piece of equipment. To learn more about the forestry certified used program, visit www.johndeere.com. b

all certified used skidders and wheeled feller bunchers now include an option to extend up to 12 months, in addition to the existing sixmonth offering. “Our certified used program is designed to give customers a sense of security when purchasing used equipment,” said Kent Stickler, manager, Product Training and Information, John Deere. “Through this program, whether a machine has 5,000 hours or 8,000 hours, we are able to stand behind the quality of our equipment and provide our customers with the support they need to keep machines up and running.” The most notable change to the program is the inclusion of the L-Series skidders and wheeled feller bunchers, providing customers with more certified used models. The new Source: John Deere

- 2018 Fab Tec 5x16 3-Deck, 36’’ FMSW ..................................ON RENT - 2013 Terex 7x20 2-Deck Portable Wash Plant........................... P.O.R.

S. Norton Upgrades Green Hybrid Material Handlers Two new 206,300 lb. (93,500 kg), rubber-tired Sennebogen 870 M material handlers are the centerpiece of a $14 million upgrade program at S. Norton & Co’s ship-loading facility in Barking, UK. Located on the Thames River, the Barking River Port serves vessels linking Greater London to the English Channel and the North Sea. The 870s are mounted on 6 ft. (1.8 m) pylons and fitted with a boom and stick giving it a 79 ft. (24 m) reach, larger outrigger pads for increased stability, and 3-yard 5-tine grabs. The machines also feature the Green Hybrid energy system, utilizing a large central boom cylinder to hydraulically capture “free” energy when the boom is lowered, then use the stored energy to assist each lift cycle. Michael Duke, Site Manager for S. Norton’s Barking facility, explained, “There have

- 2013 AES 36x30 Scale Conveyor, Belt-Way Scale, Pwr Cord Pkg, Pit Portable Wheels ............................................................................ P.O.R. - 2014 Hikon 36x75 Radial Stacker c/w Cord Pkg ........................ P.O.R. - 2012 Fab Tec 36x70, Pit Portable Wheels .................................. P.O.R. - 2015 Kolberg 36x100 Radial Stacker c/w Elect. Panel ........ON RENT - 2012 Superior 48x60 Transfer Conveyor ................................... P.O.R. - 2011 Masaba 42x70 Transfer Conveyor c/w Support Structure . P.O.R. - 2012 Kolberg 36x60 Radial Stacker.......................................ON RENT - 2018 JPC 36x60 Radial Stacker .................................................... P.O.R.

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been Sennebogen material handlers (835 Specials) on this site for over 12 years, and they have served us very well. The machines were getting up to 20,000 hours, so we knew we had to bring in replacement machines. As part of our overall development program, we needed to go for larger machines Source: Sennebogen

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- 2018 build 53’ Power Van, 33 Stations, 6x10 Tower, 1,266 Gal. Enviro Tank .................................................................................... P.O.R. - 2011 53’ Power Van, New 6x10 Control Tower, New 1,266 Gal. Enviro Tank .................................................................................... P.O.R. - 2016 Cummins 150 KW Wash Plant Power Van c/w Elect. .ON RENT - 2015 Perkins 100 KW Wash Plant Power Van c/w Electrical .... P.O.R.

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2 NEW IN STOCK NEW ELRUS Feeder Screen Plant, 30 cu yd Self Relieving Hopper w/ Hyd Side Dumping Grizzly, Feed Belt, 42" Screen Feed Overhead Conv.

Used 2016 Sandvik QE440 Track Mounted Scalping Screen,18’ x 6’ DD, Steel Apron Feeder with Variable Speed Drive, CAT C4.4 Rear Stabilising Legs

NEW ELRUS 7X20 3 Deck Screen Plant, 20HP 48"x 46' Overhead Conv, 20HP 72"x 34' Underscreen Conv, (2) 36" Cross Conv and Hyd Levelling

ELRUS MS612 3 Deck Screen Plant, 20HP 42" Screen Feed Overhead Conv, 20HP 42"x 34' Underscreen Conv, (2) 36" Cross Conv and Hyd Levelling

CONTROL VANS & TOWERS 2 NEW IN STOCK USED 2007 Powerscreen Chieftain 2100, 3,135 hours,Cat C4.4, 48" Foot Roller Belt, 48 inch Foot Front Feed Conveyor, 30 in. x 32 ft Side Discharge Conv, 48" Rear Discharge

USED 2014 ELRUS Cone Plant w/ Sandvik CH550 Hydrocone Crusher 36" Feed Conv, w'/ Tramp Metal Protection, 42" Return Conv and Hyd Levelling

By providing a 360° view and complete control of your spread, ELRUS Control Vans & Towers can significantly increase production. A centralized operating station offers improved safety for everyone onsite and an enclosed environment reduces the risk of exposure to silica and other airbourne contaminants.

2 NEW & 2 USED ELRUS 42" Portable Belt Feeder, Hopper w/ Hyd Side Dumping Grizzly, Feed Belt w/ Remote Control Speed and 48"x 46' Discharge Conveyor

Used 2007 Metso Lokotrack LT200 hp Mobile Cone Crushing Plant, Nordberg HP200 Cone Crusher, 210mm Feed opening , Cat C13 415hp Engine

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IN STOCK NEW ELRUS Portable Rip Rap Plant, 10 Cu yd Hopper with Side Dump Grizzly, 24' V.G.F, Tri Axle Walking beam suspension, 36" Discharge Conv

USED ELRUS Cone Plant w/ Sandvik CS430 200HP Gyratory ASRi Computer, 36" Feed Conv w/ Tramp Metal Protection, 36" Return Conv and Hyd Levelling

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CAMPS Self-contained 10 man and 15 man float camps for lease. 50 man float camp Westrail Surge Bin. also available. Dry rental or $20,000 OBO. Squamish, Crushers, Pulverizers, catered. BC MIKE: (250) 949-1561 Shears! Own or Rent. PHONE:(604) 281-0991 vanedequipment.com CAMPS FOR RENT Advertise your machines in PHONE: (604) 888-9020 the classifieds! Call Sheryl PHONE: (877) 255-9293 for deadline and rates. CALL: 1-800-663-4802

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29 Man float camp for rent fully self-contained with 2 generators, walk in cooler Shaw Bros. Attachments & freezer, first aid room etc. Sitting in Port Alberni for excavators, loaders, but moving to Campbell Elrus 100' stacker. Needs skidsteers, crusher buck- River soon. Call for details. work but frame is solid. ets, screening buckets, Kamloops, BC $45,000 OBO. Squamish, thumbs, breakers, grap- Solstice Forest Services ples, snow equipment & mjmadama@gmail.com BC. PHONE: (250) 897-8402 much more at best prices. Murrin Construction www.shawbros.ca jmac@null.net PHONE: (877) 625-9677 PHONE: (604) 281-0991

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2008 Thor T150-8 36” Tele Stacker in good working condition and ready to go to work. Sn#1948. $132,000. Coldsteam, BC Okanagan Quality Control Ltd adamh@okqc.ca PHONE: (250) 803-2930

2005 Terex TA30 Gen 7, new trans ....................$79,00 2005 Volvo A25D, new rubber, 10,500 hrs. ......$125,000 2001 Kenworth T800 Tri Drive Logging Truck N14, 2900 hrs., 18 speed, 423,000 kms. ....................... $58,500 2007 Kenworth T800 Tri Drive ISX Logging Truck, 18 spd, 758,000 kms. ........................................... $69,900 1996 Komatsu WA500-1 Bucket ..................... SOLD 2004 Raja Tri-Axle Trailer .................................POR Madill 122 Yarder ....................................$450,000 Madill 046 5-525 Skyline Yarder ................. $385,000 2003 Madill 2200B Buncher ......................... $97,500 2001 Madill 2200B Processor with 2004 Waratah 624 ............................................................ SOLD 2012 Hitachi 470 Zaxis Road Builder ....................POR 2005 Hitachi 450-5 Road Builder .........................POR 2006 Tamrock Ranger 800 Drill .................... $175,000 1993 Volvo A25.........................................$75,000 2005 Hitachi 250 Forester, 11,600 hrs ................. POR 1995 Komatsu PC300-5 Guarded w/ Grapple ..... SOLD Cat 313BSR 2 Bkts, Thumb, Rake, Blade .........$52,500 1996 Mac / Lowbed E7, 18sp, 400km ..............$29,500 2007 Sterling / Can American Slinger XL19 .......$79,500 2003 John Deere 330 Forester Roadbuilder .... $85,000 2007 Kenworth T800 Tri Drive 60 Ton Crane .. $180,000

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CAT • C7 POWER UNIT ...........................................$16,500 • C7 NEW .........................................................$18,900 • C7 RB LB .........................................................$8,900 • 3116 RB LB .....................................................$8,900 • C13 Needs Work .............................................$5,500 • C15 MXS .......................................................$10,900 • 3116 RB ........................................................$10,900 • 3126 Used .......................................... $2,700-$8,500 • 3306 New Long Block .....................................$9,500 CUMMINS • ISC CM850 ......................................................$8,500 • ISX CM2250 ..................................................$10,900 • 6BTA5.9 CPL599 USED ...................................$6,200 • 4B3.9 65 HP Used ...........................................$5,500 • ISL CM554 ......................................................$8,500 • 4BT3.9 25 KW Kohler Gen Set ........................$4,500 • 4BTA3.9 RB LB................................................$4,900 • 6BT5.9 Used Rotary Dodge .............................$2,500 • ISB 5.9 Used 2004 ..........................................$5,900 • ISB 5.9 RB LB 04-07 Dodge............................$6,400 • 6CTA8.3 RB LB................................................$9,700 DETROIT • 8V92TA ............................................................$6,900 • 4-71 Used ........................................................$2,500 • 4-71 RB ...........................................................$6,900 • 6V92TA DDEC RB Bus...................................$12,900 • 50 SERIES Nat Gas Used ................................$2,500 MISC • DT466E Used 1999 .........................................$3,500 • DT466E Inframed 1999 ...................................$6,900 • 6.4 RB LB Ford ................................................$7,900 ENGINE PARTS & OH KITS • Call For Pricing

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1996 Hitachi EX270-LC, 10,000 Original Hours! Very Clean And No Leaks, 2 Buckets And Quick Change, Hydraulic 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 Complete ..................................................................... Asking $45,500 1983 Cat 950-F Bucket Grapple Loader, Good Runner, 3rd Valve, c/w Grapple & GP Bucket Good Rubber, Cab, Air, Very Clean, Window Guards ............................................... $38,500 1980 Cat 950 X-City Bucket Loader, 10,000 Original Hours!! Good Rubber, Well Maintained, Delivery Today ......................................................... Call For Special Pricing 2003 Cat 924-G w/Chip Bucket, Very Clean Machine, Cab, Air, Good Rubber, Delivery Today ...................................... Call 1999 Cat D6-M, 11,800 Hours, Cab, Air, 6 Way Blade, Runs Great ......................................................... Currently On Rent 84” PACKER+

1976 Raygo Rascal 84” Smooth Drum, Good Rubber, GM

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MADILL 009 YARDER, On Rubber, 3406C .................... $45,000

Short Log Bunks (Truck) BC Certified, ISX 475 Cummins, 18 Spd, Neway Air Ride, Quad Type Cab Guard, Ride Pipes & Air Hitch, Brand New BC MVI, Rebuilt A/C, Like New Rubber, Loaded, Very Clean, Competitive Financing Available, 678,000 Km c/w 2015 Arctic Quad Trailer, BC Certified & Mounted ..........................................Call Now For Immediate Delivery 2006 Peterbilt 378 Tri Drive Tractor, Rebuilt Single Turbo Cat 600 Hp, Platinum Warranty with lots remaining, 18 Spd., Rockwell 4:30, Air Trac, 60” Walk In Sleeper, One Owner, Long Air Slide 5th, Wet Kit .................Call Now For Special Pricing 2006 BWS 55 Ton 10 Ft Wide, Hyd. Neck, 10x22 Ft Deck, Tridem Air Ride, 24.5 Steel Budds, New BC MVI, Great HD Low Bed, Delivery Today .................................................. $59,500 1984 Peerless Tridem Pole Trailer With Anser Puppy Dog (Makes Nice Tridem) 8’6” Low Profile Bunk, Decent Rubber

MAKI 11 SLACK LINE CARRIAGE, with Radio’s Recent Engine Change ............................................................... $15,000 980 B, Running Cond., Forks & Slip-on Bkt ......$20,000 OBO TWIST A WRIST BY CWS, Fits Hitachi 220-250, About 10 Years Old, But Never Used. ........................................... $6,500 D7R, D7E, TRACK GROUPS WITH NEW 26” EXTREME DUTY PADS ....................................................................... $6,000 ALUM. BOX LINER, 8 Ft. Late Model Ford .................. $1,500 PORT A POWER RAMS & PUMPS, 50 T to 125 T ........P.O.R.

New **Stacking Conveyors New (6 Available)+Electric Motors, 36” Belts, w/New Axles Installed & New Michelin 22.5 Tires on Budd Wheels ..........Call Ed Now For Special Pricing

TIMBERJACK GRAPPLE SKIDDER, Older Unit, Phone or Text ..........................................................................$15,000 OBO 545 CAT SKIDDERS: 2003 with 18,000 Hrs in Work Ready Cond. 1999 as Parts Only - the parts machine has Rebuilt Trans & Torque. .............................................................. $60,000 MORBARK, 1,000 TUB GRINDER, Ser. #846-250. Good Working Condition. 5600 Hrs. In Hope, BC. .............. $87,500

966-F Weldco M-26 Log Grapple, Good Shape .......... $5,500 Cat 325 Dig Bucket And Ripper ...................................... Call IT 28 Weldco Beales Snow Bucket................................. Call 160 Size “V” Bucket, Excellent Condition ................... $5,000

1994 Komatsu PC250LC-6, Guarding, 2 buckets, extra fuel total Gravel Box – 206 16’ 150gal. Komatsu engine Armstrong, $6,000. Log rated for 22,000hrs. grapple for excavators. Excellent condition. $4,000. All Located in 4400 hours. $75,000. Vernon, BC deanross65@hotmail.com Brookmere, BC (Merritt area) DEAN: (250) 308-9923 ken.betti.berg@gmail.com EXCAVATORS PHONE: (250) 315-1059 Can’t find what you are looking for? Thousands of more machines and equipment for sale on: www.supplypost.com 2009 Hitachi ZX270LC-3 w/CWS thumb, CWS Q/C, 66” CWS clean up bucket, 36” CWS dig bucket and cat walks. 7953 hrs. $114,000 2015 Hitachi ZX40-3 with PHONE: (250) 468-1000 steel tracks with rubber insert. No thumb. 1200 hrs. $52,000. PHONE: (250) 468-1000 2012 John Deere 160C w/ 54” clean up bucket and 36” dig bucket. One owner/ 2009 Hitachi ZX225-3 w/ operator, mint cond. 4400 new clean up/dig buckets, hrs. $139,000. new Q/C, boom lift, new PHONE: (250) 468-1000 hyd. thumb, and 75% U/C. Great working excavator. 6677 hrs. $117,000. PHONE: (250) 468-1000

STIHL BT 120C POST HOLE AUGER, Serviced ............... $750

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Power, Runs & Packs Well, OROPS ............................ $13,500

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2008 POWERSCREEN WARRIOR 1400, Mobile Screening Plant, Very Good Cond. CAN BE SEEN WORKING. .. $95,000

2008 Hitachi ZX75-3 w/ BMI hyd. Q/C, BMI hyd. thumb, BMI dig bucket, 2006 JD 70C w/ blade, WBM clean up bucket, buckets, Q/C, and hyd. hyd. blade. 2651.5 hrs. $89,700. thumb. 7400 hrs. $49,500 PHONE: (250) 468-1000 PHONE: (250) 468-1000

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JOST SLIDING FIFTH WHEEL. Long, As New. ............ $1,000

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One 20’ Custom Office / Storage Container In Stock, Window & Man Door, Insulated And Wired, Steel Partition To 10 Ft Storage Room with Two Double Locking Swing Doors, Great First Aid Room!! .......................................................... $6,500 Custom Built 20 Ft Truck Deck, with Cabguard, Ramps, 2 In. Fir Deck, 8’6” Wide. 20’ Deck, Excellent Condition, Painted Red ................................................................ Make Us An Offer!!

JRB HYD. PIPE GRAPPLE With Quick Change, 72” X 106”, As New ............................................................................. $ 4,500 VOLVO L150E, HYD. PIPE FORKS WITH Q/C, 64” X 106” Sliding Forks, As New ................................................... $ 4,500 PARTS ONLY, CAT 236 B SKIDSTEER .............................P.O.R.

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GENERATORS 2004 JD 330C LC w/74” WBM clean up bucket, hyd. Q/C, 32” triple grouser pads, 45% U/C strong running, clean machine. 15,148 hrs. $47,500. PHONE: (250) 468-1000

400 kw generator, 12V71T engine, 300 hrs. $30,000 OBO. Onan 277 kw 347-600 powered by 855 Cummins. 264 hours. $27,500. Port Clements, BC. randy@obrienlogging.com PHONE: (250) 557-4282

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· 2001 Komatsu D87E, c/w ripper, logging, guarded, new U/C ..............................................................................POR · 1996 Champion 780A Grader, Cummins powered, wing & chains ..........................................................................$38,000 • 2002 Dressta TD9H Extra, like new, 105 Hp, Cummins, Hyster W3C logging, guarded, only 900 hrs .............................$72,000 • IHC H80B, runs well, c/w bucket ..................................$15,000 • D-7 17A machine, not running .......................................$3,500 · Dresser TD20C, not running, complete ...........................$6,500 · Cat D8K Beales brush rake .............................................$6,900 • TD15C Beales brush blade .............................................$4,000 • TD15C Winch, Carco F50 ................................................$3,500 • TD20G-20E Grapple.........................................Reduced $7,500 • TD20E GUTO DVT 800 engine .........................................$9,500 • Used TD25 Rails & 22" pads ..........................................$6,000 • New TD25 E/G/M Track assemb., c/w 28” severe service pads ........................................................................ IN STOCK · Dresser 20 E/G/M 42 Link Rails ............................. IN STOCK · TD15C Track Groups, 22" Pads ............................... IN STOCK • Cat D7 17A Pup Engine ..................................................$2,500 • Cat D46U Engine Core ....................................................$1,000

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Merlin’s buy & sell Snow Blade - 966C Angle ....................................$6,500 Chip Bucket - 10’8” 0/A .........................................$6,000 Rebuilt Grapple Cylinders ........................................ Call Brush Rake 200 - 60” CWS Lugged .....................$2,500 Ripper 330 WBM Lugged ......................................$2,500 Ripper Shanks D8 ...................................................$1,200 Rollers - D6C/D6D Used .................................... $100 Ea. Rollers - D8H/D8K Used .................................... $200 Ea. Rollers - JD850, Used ........................................ $100 Ea. Reversible Fan - CAT 3306 .......................................$500 Bucket - 966C Tooth Bucket .................................$3,500 Snow Blade - 966G/H 16’ - Wide - Fusion ........$13,500 Grapple - 950F, Excellent.......................................$3,500 Grapple - 966C ........................................................$1,500 Grapple - 966F - Fits 966D/E/F...............................$3,500 Window Guards - 966C/D/E/F - JD544 J/K ............ Call Forks - 930G/IT28F, 60” ..........................................$4,000 Bucket - 200 - 42” Dig ............................................$2,000 Bucket - PC140-150-30” CWS New .....................$2,300 Rebuilt Tilt Cylinder - 966C ....................................$1,000 966F New Bellcrank 4E 3119.................................$4,000 Ripper - 160 Size WBM .........................................$1,750 Quick Coupler - 930G/924 New ............................$3,500 966F - Rebuilt Diff, Rollout, 9C8182 .......................$18,500 966G - Rebuilt Diff, Rollout fits ANT serial #.........$18,500 966F - Rim & Rings, 26.5 x 25, New ......................$1,750 Tires - 26.5 x 25 - Unused, Recap-2 .....................$3,500 Tires - New Rock, 23.5 x 25, 24 ply, set of 4 ........$6,500 Tires - New, 23.5 x 25, 24 ply, set of 4 ..................$6,000 Tire & Rim - 966C - 1800 x 25....................................$500 Tire & Rim - 966D/E - 26.5 x 25 ..............................$2,000 Tire & Rim - 966F - 26.5 x 25 ..................................$2,000 Boom - 936 Cat........................................................$1,500 Boom - 950 - 31K Cat..............................................$1,500 3306 DI Long Block - Cat 330B ................................ Call 3306 Block - 4P0623 ...............................................$1,500 3306 Crank - 010 Main, 010 Rods .........................$1,500 Forklift - 2000 Hyster H135X, 13000 lb, Dual Front Wheels, Sideshift, Cab, Heat & A/C, Propane ................$15,000

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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

2008 - Crawler D6T XL 6way pw angle tilt-Ripper ............... $205,000 2008 - Excavator Mini - 430 Bobcat.......................................... $60,000 2007 - 420E Loader Backhoe Extenda-hoe.............................. $60,000 2008 - Excavator - Deere 50D .................................................... $49,500 2005 - Compactor CS563E Reblt.Eng & drum drive ................ $69,500 2005 - Skidsteer - T190 Bobcat - bucket & forks.................... $25,000 1998 - IT28G Tool Carrier - c/w Bucket .................................... $52,500 1993 - IT14F Tool Carrier Rebuilt Trans & Eng......................... $30,000 1987 - GRADALL G660C c/w multi buckets.............................. $25,000

DOZER ATTACHMENTS

Blade - D8K U-Dozer - Cat ........................................................... $6,500 Brush Rake - D6N - Clip on .......................................................... $3,500 Brush Rake - D7R IMAC ............................................................... $6,500 Brush Rake - D9H - WBM 168” ................................................... $7,500 Cutting Edges - Dresser *New*.....................................50% off Retail Rear Hitch & Counter Weight D6T ............................................. $2,900 Ripper - D6N - Ripco MS.............................................................. $9,500 Ripper Shank - 850J,K John Deere AT334215........................... $1,500 Ripper Shank - D8K - 3 x 13 MS ................................................. $2,500 Winch - D5H - Cat ....................................................................... $12,000 Winch - D7R - Cat 9EB Complete.............................................. $16,000

WHEEL LOADER ATTACHMENTS

Broom - IT28G - BP25 100” Broom *Rebuilt*.......................... $10,500 Bucket - 344J - 4 yard Q/A *New* ............................................. $3,500 Bucket - 914H - Cat BOE 94” ...................................................... $3,000 Bucket - IT62G/H, IT38G/H - WBM Fusion Lugging ................. $7,000 Bucket - 950G/H - Cat BOE 114” ................................................. $7,000 Bucket - 966G - 125” GP *New* ................................................. $7,000 Bucket - 980G - Cat Chip Bucket ................................................ $8,500 Bucket - 980M/H - WBM 147” *New* ..................................... $12,000 Bucket - 980 -Snow/Chip - WBM 140in ..................................... $7,500 Coupler - 938H - WBM 130-411-0318 ............................................ POR Coupler - 980H - Imac Q/C hydraulic.......................................... $5,900 Forks - 930G - IT Q/A 48” .............................................................. $3,500 Forks - 930H Q/C 53” ..................................................................... $4,000 Forks - 950K - Fusion Q/C 72” ...................................................... $7,500 Grapple - 928G, IT28G - Pipe ....................................................... $5,000 Grapple - 938G, IT38G - Pipe ....................................................... $5,000 Grapple - 966G - WBM Shortwood ............................................ $6,500 Jib - 930H - Cat IT Lugging........................................................... $3,500 Jib - 938K - Fusion Q/A ................................................................. $3,900 Teeth - Grapple Hensley (17) *New* ......................................$150 ea. Tires - 938G 20.5” x 25” (2) *New*.............................................. $3,000 Tires - CS56 23.26” Good Year Diamond Tread (2 ................... $3,500

MOTOR GRADER ATTACHMENTS

Blade Bare - Motor Grader - 108” *New* ................................ $3,200 Lift Grp. Front - 140G/H/M - Imac................................................ $5,000 Lift Grp. Front - 14H/14M - WBM ................................................... POR Push Block - 14M - Front Block Assy ........................................ $2,750 Ripper - 140M/160M - Cat - 3 Shank *New* ........................... $13,500 Ripper - 14H - Cat M/S................................................................ $12,000 Snow Wing - 140M - C/W Mounts WBM Hyd .......................... $6,000 Snow Wing - 14M - WBM Mast bumper mnt *New* ........... $15,500 Snow Wing -140M/160M - WBM ripper mnt. *New* ........... $15,500 Snow Wing - 140H/160H - WBM Lo-Pro.................................... $5,000

SKIDSTEER ATTACHMENTS

Auger - 30C - Bobcat Auger c/w Bits ........................................ $4,200 Blade - S590 - Hyd Angle 94” *New*......................................... $2,750 Forks - Skid Steer 48” Mid state ................................................. $1,250

BACKHOE & MINI EXCAVATOR INVENTORY

Bucket - 50 series EX50 - 36” Q/C Cleanup ................................. $950 Bucket - 303 Cat 30 Series - EFI Q/C 18” ................................... $1,650 Bucket - Bobcat - 20” Digging Q/C................................................ $800 Thumb - 35 - Hydraulic thumb *NEW*...................................... $1,950

EXCAVATOR ATTACHMENTS

Brush Rake - 200 - 60” CWS Q/A *New*................................... $6,000 Brush Rake - 200 - 46” FAS Q/A *Missing tine* ....................... $2,500 Brush Rake - 200 - 60” WBM Q/A *New* ................................. $6,000 Brush Rake - 330 - 72” WBM Q/A *NEW* ................................ $6,500 Brush Rake - 330 - 72” Mfg. WBM CWS Q/A ........................... $9,500 Bucket - 120 - 56” WBM Q/C W/O Twist-a-Wrist DLE ............ $7,000 Bucket - 200 - 60 Imac Q/C W/O Twist HX30-BT17”3/4 .............. POR Bucket - 200 - 36” Craig WBM Q/A (ZX210) .............................. $5,500 Bucket - 250 - 36” CWS WBM Q/A ZX250/290.......................... $5,500 Bucket - 250 - 42” Cat WBM Q/A (322C).................................... $5,000 Bucket - 250 - 60” WBM Q/A....................................................... $4,500 Bucket - 250 - 66” C/U Finning Q/A............................................. $5,500 Bucket - 250 - 66” WBM Q/A New EFI....................................... $7,500 Bucket - 330 - 48” CAT WBM Q/A .............................................. $6,500 Bucket - 330 - 72” C/U WBM Q/A ............................................... $6,000 Bucket - 330D - 72” WBM Q/A AMI ........................................... $6,000 Bucket - 345/450 - 54” WBM Q/A ............................................... $7,000 Bucket - 450 - 84” WBM Q/A ...................................................... $6,000 Ripper - 150 - Finning Q/A Lugging ............................................. $1,500 Ripper - 330 - Finning Q/A ............................................................ $4,000 Thumb - 200 - Gentec MT2650 HD *NEW*................................ $2,750 Thumb - 330 - Caterpillar Hyd...................................................... $6,500


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EXCAVATORS 2016 Hitachi ZX60USB-5N, Very Good Condition, 65% U/C, C/W 2 Buckets, Hydraulic Thumb, Quick Attach, Dozer Blade, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Well Maintained, Tight, Ready To Work. Hours: 2,190.................................$68,000 CAD 2013 Case CX300C, As New, 95% U/C, Cabguard, Catwalks, Stump Guards, 2 Buckets, Q/A, Hydraulic Thumb, Pro-Heat, LED Lights, 2 Speed, Side & Rear Cameras, Heat, A/C, Stereo, 6 Cylinder Isuzu, All Synthetic Oils. Located: Prince George. Hours: 500.................................................................................$258,000 CAD

SKIDDERS: 2003 Tigercat 635, Very Good Condition, 50% Tires & Chains, New Turbo, 28L on Rear, New Frame & NAF Boogies, Tigercat Differential, New Bearing in Planeteries, Rebuilt Grapple Brake, Rebuilt Main Hydraulic Pump, Newer Drive Motors, New Blade Edge, Aux Fuel Tank, Heat, A/C, Well Maintained, Tight, No Issues. Located: Prince George. Hours: 15,802.................................$128,000 CAD 1995 Caterpillar 525, Good Condition, 40% Tires & Chains, Newer Engine, Newer Transmission, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Good Tight Machine, Well Maintained, Ready To Work. Hours: 19,049 ................................................................$40,000 CAD 2009 Caterpillar 545C, Very Good Condition, 60% Tires and Chains, Newer Engine, Updated Transmission, New Center Pin and Bushings, Pins and Brakes on Grapple Heat, A/C, Stereo, Very Well Maintained, Ready To Work. Located: Ft St. John. Hours: 14,600 ......................................................................$105,000 CAD

FELLER BUNCHERS: 2006 Tigercat 870C, Good Condition, 80% U/C, New Engine (900 Hrs), Tigercat 5702 Buncher Head, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Well Maintained, Tight, No Issues, Ready To Work. Hours: 15,000 ..............................................................$118,000 CAD 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. Located: Burns Lake. Hours: 4,800 ...................................................................................................................$350,000 CAD

SKID STEERS: 2010 Caterpillar 262C, Excellent Condition, 70% Tires, EVAC Oil Change System, 2 Speed, Hydraulic Q/A, Vertical Lift, Heat, A/C, 100 Inch Cat Snow Bucket, 72 Inch Dig Bucket, Spare Tire on Rim, Well Maintained, Tight, Ready To Work. Hours: 1,675 ...............................................................................................$40,000 CAD 2015 Case TR270, Very Good Condition, No DPF Required, 80% U/C, C/W Dig Bucket, Pallet Forks, Aux Hydraulics, Hydraulic Q/A, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Well Maintained, Tight, Ready To Work. Hours: 2,201.................................$43,000 CAD

DOZERS: 2009 John Deere 850J WLT, Excellent Condition, 75% U/C, New Turbo, Resealed Final Drives, 6 Way Blade, Multi Shank Ripper, ROPS, Screens, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Pro-Heat, Very Well Maintained, Tight, No Issues, Ready To Work. Hours: 7,513 ...................................................................................................................$140,000 CAD

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Cat 330DLC (2006) cab, seat, heat, dig and CU ......................................................... SOLD

HYD LOG LOADER: Cat 330CLC log loader, complete with west coast cab, T-MAR live heal grapple ......$72,000

Cat 980F. Asking $69,000 OBO. 2004 Cat 980G. Asking $129,000 OBO. Langley, BC. dave@infinitywest.ca PHONE: (604) 240-7977 Can’t find what you are looking for? Thousands of more machines and equipment for sale on: www.supplypost.com .

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MISCELLANEOUS: Sweeper to fit a Caterpillar IT (a Major Seeper) ..................................................$4,850

ATTACHMENTS • Orange peel grapple to fit a 220 size machine, free rotation..............................................................$10,000 • Clamshell bkt to fit a 330, double motor rotation .... POR

COMPONENTS • 120G Transmission, 980G Transmission, 988B Transmission, 330C Swing box, 330D Swing box

USED TRACK GROUPS 330 track groups - 75% 3 grouser bar 330 track groups - 80% 2 grouser bar

ROCK GUARDS 330B, 330C, 325B, 325C

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.

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1974 Madill 071 Yarder. Good running cond. U/C in good cond. C/W cab, & manual. Detroit 8V92 eng. $85,000. Rosedale, BC K&L Contracting. lincoln@kandlcontract ing.ca PHONE: (604) 991-0102

Carver Allegra 26 ft 10 wide boat w/trailer, never been in salt water. NEW: anchor winch chain, anchor, head, stove, fridge/ freezer, radio/cd player, instrument gauges, control cables, shift quadrant, two new crate engine 350 cubic inch mercruisers, rebuilt drives mercruisers, s/s props, bilge pumps, eng. compart. blowers, eng. hatch lifting mechanism, s/s bow protector molded, batteries, 110 inv., stainless hull fittings, full electronics package — too much to list. gillk@telus.net CELL: (604) 302 5683 PHONE: (604) 826-1186

Ex-Albion Ferry Ramp 94'x14' + aprin., certified for 100 ton 5 axles. $115,000. Used logging equipment, PHONE: (604) 483-4336 off hwy trucks, parts and more. British Columbia, WANTED - Used Falk marine gears, or any used Canada. linkpartsltd.com large marine gears. sales@linkpartsltd.com PHONE: (604) 826-1186 PHONE: (604) 908-0535 TF: (604) 240-7977 CELL: (604) 302-5683

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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 $1.5m

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Superior variable speed belt feeder. Hopper is 20 After 35 Years Dawson ton capacity. 200 hrs use. City Placer Miner Retiring. $40,000. Located in Yukon. Lots of equipment, sluice auremalliance@hotmail. com plants, feeder and claims PHONE: (509) 951-3156 for sale. Possible turnkey operation also available. SAWMILLS Dawson City, BC PHONE:(867) 993-4450

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2016 Oscillator Matilda. Turnkey Machine. 300 hrs, $165,000. Yukon/BC jfamularo87@gmail.com JOEL: (867) 993-3883

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SCREENERS

ROADBUILDERS 2005 CEC Road Runner, Gravel Screener Series, 2 - 6X16’ 2340 hours, 6 screens $99,500 PHONE: (403) 245-2134

SKIDDERS 1999 Komatsu 3006, Comes with digging & clean up buckets. In GOOD shape. 14,000. hrs. $60,000. Sicamous, BC 2013 Tigercat 630D, 5,445 Limb Logging hrs.Warranty on powinfo@paradisemotel.ca ertrain, Cummins engine / PHONE: (250) 836-3352 Engine, 260 HP, 35.5 x SAND & GRAVEL 32 tires. Machine inspectQuality, built in BC to your ed, in excellent condition specs, Screen Decks 3’ x $258,000. Hearst, ON 5’ to 5’ x 10’, Conveyors, Jean’s Diesel Shop Ltd. Feeders, Placer. Kelowna, Jeansdieselshop.com BC. mclosier.jeans@ntl.sym Juniper Equipment Ltd. patico.ca PHONE: (250) 470-8987 PHONE: (705) 362-4478

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2008 60 ton tri-axle lowbed, c/w loading ramps, double drop deck, certified. Excellent condition $48,500

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Superior variable speed belt feeder. Hopper is 20 ton capacity. 200 hrs use. $40,000. Located in Yukon. auremalliance@hotmail. com Portable screener, multiPHONE: (509) 951-3156 use. $4,190. Abbotsford, Rubber-lined 150 hp 10x10 BC Slurry Pump with controls PHONE: (604) 855-3650 and electronic eye and tank. Approx. 200 hrs use. $40,000. auremalliance@hotmail. com PHONE: (509) 951-3156

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2005 Volvo 460B, 5900 orig. hrs., 2 bkts., hyd., thb, full guard .................... ........................................................................................... asking $87,500 Hitachi UH083 Log Loader runs and works, button top head, needs U/C work + good spare U/C available. CALL .......................................... $14,500 Hitachi EX200-2 c/w progressive link hyd. thb., 2 bkts, forestry guarded w/ riser, plumbed for grapple, 70 %U/C clean and straight ................... $39,500 2018 Link-Belt 360 X2RT Mobile Material Handler, 1000 hrs on demo machine, c/w warranty, attachments available, rig it to your liking - forestry or scrap handling ...........................................................reduced $410,000 DOZERS Caterpillar D10L c/w ripper and blade, runs & works well............. $65,000

1989 Caterpillar D9L 4 barrel single shank ripper, semi U-blade w/ tilt, 60-70% U/C work ready, Grande Prairie, AB .................................... $52,500 WHEEL LOADERS (2) Cat 992-C both w. reman 3412 Caterpillar engines, 1 with good rubber, located in Kamloops, ............................................................... $57,000 ea 2007 - 08 Volvo L20B compact loader, 3600 hrs., hyd. Q/A c/w bkt., forks and bale spike, clean and straight machine......................................... $POR GRINDERS Morbark Chipper 30RXL, 3412 CAT Engine, crane & grapple for self loading .................................................................................................. $55,000 FORKLIFTS Moffett M5000 5000lb capacity, diesel eng. 2300 hrs,C/w truck mount ...... .......................................................................................... asking $10,500 GRADERS Caterpillar 140G 8900 hours, new engine has scarifire and plumbed for ripper.............................................................................................. $39,500 PROCESSORS 2004 Caterpillar 320 c/w Waratah 620, head rec. rebuilt, no leaks, work ready ..............................................................................................SOLD $52,500 TRUCKS & TRAILERS 2008 Kenworth T800 aerocab heavy spec lowbed c/w ramps and sliding 5th wheel, Caterpillar C15, 550,000 original kms. ........................... $65,000

2006 TrailKing Equipment Trailer 48B, airride susp. hyd. 8 foot beavertail, winch and hyd. ramps.....................................................................SOLD $39,500 FINAL DRIVES Cat 315 Final Drive Complete w/Propel Motor ....................................CALL Hitachi EX200-1 Final Drive c/w Propel Motor ...................................CALL FORESTRY ATTACHMENTS 2013 Southstar QS 500 Processor Head fire damage for parts or rebuild .. ............................................................................................................ POR ATTACHMENTS Complete Hyd. Thumb off Volvo 240, includes all parts & brackets. $4,500 Cat 966C tooth bucket...................................................................... $1,750 Various Excavator buckets to fit all size machines ............................CALL CWS Hydraulic thumb, complete w/cylinder + bracket, dismantled off 15 tonne unit ......................................................................................... $3,900 Cat S418 snowblower minimal use ..................................... asking $5,000 UNDERCARRIAGE 2154D 90% pads and rails, forestry U/C ............................................ .$POR WRECKING

2014 Hyundai 210-9 Forester burn unit for parts ......................... CALL Volvo 240B runner, 80% U/C cabguard ................................ CALL for $ 2018 Kobelco ED 160 blade runner, complete, fire damage, whole or parts ............................................................................................. CALL Recently In – 2004 Volvo 240B Forester – Burnt Unit, will sell complete or parts; c/w Q/A, dig bkt & hyd. thmb ........................... CALL 1996 Cat 330L Excavator, light burn, will sell complete or for parts, hyd. thumb Q/A available.. .........................................................CALL

2004 Volvo 210B Forrester Burnt, complete or for parts. ....CALL Volvo A40C complete, for parts ..........................................CALL Cat 966c • Hitachi Ex200-1 • Cat 330 BL..........................CALL

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RUNNING MACHINES Ford Loader Model GZ4UV, Runs well c/w Log Grapple and Bucket ...........................................................................................$9,500

PARTS MACHINES Skidders

• John Deere 648D Grapple Skidder• Burnt 648 GIIIJD Skidder• John Deere 648GII Burnt • John Deere 748GII • International S7 Skidder • S10 International Skidder• 748GII Skidder • 2005 Cat 545 Skidder • 545 Cat skidder, 748GIII, 748GII, 848 JD Skidders • 525 Cat Skidder • 630 Tigercat Grapple Skidder • 518 Cat Skidder• S8, S9 International Skidder • 380, 404, 450, 480, 550, 660 TJ Skidders

Excavators

240BLC Volvo Excavator • 220 Hitachi LC • 230 JD LC • 690E w/ Denarco - 3000Stroker • 210 Volvo w/ 2000 Limmit • 240 Volvo Excavator• 210 Volvo Excavator Burnt • Case 1085 Rubber Tire Excavator • Cat 325L Excavator with 2200 Limmit Stroker • 160 Kobelco Excavator 2004 Burnt • 200 LC Hitachi • 2005 330 LinkBelt Excavator • 325 Cat Excavator• Link-Belt 2800 Quantum 3000 Dewarco • 210 300 Komatsu • 210, 200 Hyundai W/ Harricana Stroker • 330, 320, 325, 322, 225, 235 Cat • Hitachi 270 • Hitachi EX200LC•220 Komatsu

Loaders

Log: JD 2054 Log Loader, • 330 Cat Log Loader with Thunderbird Log Loader • 644A Jd Loader Wheel: • 125 Clarke Wheel Loader • Terex 8231 Loader

Bunchers

TJ 625 Buncher • 630A Prentice Tilter Buncher • 850 TJ Buncher • 950 TJ Buncher • Timberjack 950 Buncher • Madill 2200 Buncher Burnt • 2007 753 JD Buncher(Burnt) • 748GIII Burnt• 618 Buncher • 2628, 608, 618, 628 TJ Bunchers • 630 Prentice Buncher

Crawler Tractors

• D8H Cat, D7F Cat, Komatsu D65D

Graders

• 686 & 740 Champion Grader • Austin Western Champion D600-760 Tractors • 630B Tigercat

Trucks

• 1995 Freightliner, Series 60 Detroit, 470 Hp, 40,000 Lb 410 Ratio Rockwell Axles, Dbl Lockers

Other parts machines

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Used Tires and Chains

• 35.5 x 32, 30.5 x 32, 24.5 x 32, 23.1 x 26 • 18.4 x 34, 26 x 28 • 18.00 x 25 • 14.00 x 24, 16.00 x 24, 20.5 x 25 • 618, 628, D6, D7, 200

Tracks

Running Motors

• 8.3 5.9 Cummins; 671, 353, 453, 471, 6V53 • Detroit Diesel; 466, 414, 4276, • 4045 John Deere

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New/Unused Nahanni 36’ Air Ride, Tridem End Dump Chassis, Hangers, 2004 K-Line bed 60 ton Trailing Arms, No Axles, tridem 10 wide without c/w Landing Gear. $4,500. riggers to 11 ft c/w neck Abbotsford, BC. Extension third axle JASON: (604) 820-2268 has manual lift Bed is in excellent shape. Asking Equipment For Sale Online $70,000.00 obo – We have thousands of KEVIN:(604) 793-6156 equipment & trucks for sale Sign up for the Supply Post at SupplyPost.com! Log on today... E-News – It’s FREE! TOLL FREE: 1-800-663-4802 www.supplypost.com

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8yd drum. 329,500 km. $8,500. Salmon Arm, BC sales@salmonarmready mix.ca PHONE:(250) 832-7056

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EQUIPMENT • Hyundai 210 LC III ............................................. POR. • 2006 Extec E7 Scalp Screener .......................... POR. • 2006 JD 2054 Warratah 622B Processor .......... POR. • Fruehauf Shop Trailer w/ Hose Presses ........... POR. • 1993 Ford 9030 w/Seppi Forest Mulcher ...$49,900. • D600 Champion Grader w/ Snow Wing ......$12,500. • 3412 Cat GenSet 906KVA, 600/480 Volt .......... POR. • 748E John Deere Grapple Skidder .................... POR. • TD20G & TD20E Dressers, w/winch & ripper....POR. • 2000 Timberjack 4x4 20K lb Forklift ...........$16,000. • Onan 18kW GenSet, 1 or 3 ph., w/trailer .....$7,500. • Model 5000-21 Superlift Str. Boom Crane ......$4,950. • 2012 Alkota National Pressure Washer........$4,950.

TRUCKS & TRAILERS • 2011 Ring-O-Matic 750 Vac Trailer ................... $4,500. • New Bergen Stock Trailers ................................... POR. • 2008 F/L S60, 18 Spd, 46 Rear ............................. POR. • 2006 IHC 9400 ISX, 105 BBL Water Truck ............ POR. • 1998 W/S Tri-Drive w/ Tridem Pole .......................POR. • 2006 IHC 4400 Tandem 26’ Collins Van w/rail gate .POR. • 1996 Lode King Tri w/ 3 Water Tanks....................POR. • 1990 IHC DT466 Flat Deck .....................................POR. • 2009 Durastar S/A w/ Reefer Van .........................POR. • 1999 FL80 Tandem 24' Deck, Moffat Fork Lift ......POR. • 1986 IHC Tandem Water Truck ...................... $14,900. • 1994 W/S Service Truck w/Fassi Crane ............... POR. • 1995 Tremcar Potable Water Tanker, Tridem .. POR. • 2014 BWS Ez-2-Load Hiboy 53' Tridem ............ POR. • 2004 Freightliner Tractor .................................. POR. • 2012 IHC Prostar Autoshift Tractor .................. POR. • 1991 GMC Topkick Serv Fuel Truck, crane.$12,900. • 2005 48’ Great Dane Tandem, Dry Van ............ POR. • 2005 Westec Vac Tank ..................................... POR. • 1990 ParPac Tri-Axle ........................................ POR. • 1990 KW T800, Cummins, 5th Wheel .........$10,500. • 1989 Hino & 1981 Ford, 20’ box, p/tailgate, Allison transmission ..................................................... POR. • S/A & Tandem Axle Jeeps................................. POR.

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WYATT’S USED EQUIPMENT SALES & PARTS Cat 518C Grapple Skidder ............................$26,000 Cat D8R Dozer, c/w Angle Blade & Ripper..$235,500 Tanguay TG88C Grapple Skidder................... $250,000 2007 Tanguay TG88E Grapple Skidder .......$350,000 2007 Kenworth T800H Logging truck w/ 2005 Superior Quad ............................................$125,000 2007 K-Line 10’ Wide Tridem Lowbed, w/jeep & booster ............................................................$120,000 2004 Dressta TD25H Dozer, w/angle blade & ripper ...................................................................... $210,000 1997 Peerless Tridem Hayrack ......................... $26,500 20' T/A Truck Flat Deck, like new ...................... $16,000 Cat D6T Draw Bar, with counterweights............. $4,750 Dresser TD25G Ripper........................................ $1,500 (1) Cat 525 Skidder Rim .........................................$400 (2) Clark 668F Rims, fit 73x44x32 Tire .........$500 each Cat D5H Winch c/w Controls & Pump ............. $13,500 Cat D7R Winch.............................................$12,500 Cat D6D Winch.................................................... $4,000 (2) Cat 966C Grapples...........................$1,500 each Tree Tow Dresser TD20E Grapple .....................$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 966 G/H Front Window Guard ......................... $650 Cat D8K Canopy .............................................$1,750 NEW Accurate Komatsu PC308 exc. thumb ...$7,000 Cat D11 U/C, 6 sprocket segment, idler & roller ... $11,500 Cat D6C LGP Straight Blade ........................... $6,000 Cat 966 D, E, F, Hydraulic Quick Attach ..........$5,250 CWS John Deere 330 Size Clean Up Bucket ... $4,000 Cat D7R C-Frame ...........................................$7,500 WBM Cat 973C Side Dump Bucket, Like New .....................................................................$12,000 Parting Out Cat D5H TSK ..............................Call 100 Mile House, BC

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2017 John Deere 1910E, Haas Traction winch Haas Boom tilt straw line winch

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pump system one spare rope one spare winch disc. 2050 hours, $690,000. Clearwater, BC

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EvoQuip Expand Global Sales Team

Sennebogen Introduces 850 E Series Machines At ISRI Show

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EQUIPMENT FOR SALE 2011 Deere 2454/623 Waratah Processor, 15,000 Hrs .... $125,000. 2013 Deere 3754/CWS Butt n Top Grapple, 11,000 Hrs ... $235,000. 2012 Hyundai 210LC-9/LogMax 7000XT ...................... $175,000.

Compact crushing and screening equipment provider EvoQuip has expanded their global sales team by appointing new Sales Managers for North America and Western Europe. EvoQuip has appointed Conor Grogan as Territory Sales Manager for Western Europe. Conor will be responsible for leading all sales activities in this area, including sales support and applications. Conor has previously worked in the bulk material handling and crushing and screening industry for the last 8 years. Joining the team alongside Conor will be Sean Donaghy. Sean will be responsible for leading all sales activities in North America. Originally from County Tyrone, Sean started his career working for Powerscreen in North America 1991. Since then, Sean has moved to Ohio and has continued to gain experience in the crushing and screening industry in North America. Commenting on the recent additions to the EvoQuip team, Matt Dickson, EvoQuip Global Product

Line Director said, “EvoQuip are delighted to have gained two extremely experienced and determined salesmen. Conor and Sean’s reputations and wealth of knowledge in the Crushing and Screening industry will be a driving force when it comes to EvoQuip plans for the future.” EvoQuip offers a comprehensive portfolio of products to address the needs of the compact crushing and screening markets in five key industries: building and construction; quarries; plant hire; farming and agriculture; landscaping and gardening; and asphalt and concrete crushing. Terex identified an opportunity to bring value to customers in these industries by providing intuitive equipment that is simple to operate and maintain, fuel efficient and easy to transport. EvoQuip will display static and working machines at the Hillhead Exhibition in the UK 26th – 28th June and the team look forward to meeting you there. b Source: Terex

Atlas Copco Wins Order From Pucobre In Chile Atlas Copco, a leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions, has won a significant order from Chilean mining company Sociedad Punta del Cobre SA. The equipment, which will increase productivity and reduce production costs, will be delivered by Epiroc. Punta del Cobre, commonly known as Pucobre, ordered Epiroc loading and hauling machines to be used in three copper mines in the Atacama region in northern Chile. The order totals MUSD 26 (MSEK 205) and was received in the first quarter 2018. The order was placed with Epiroc, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Atlas Copco that will be separated and listed on the stock exchange in mid-2018 provided approval by Atlas Copco shareholders. “We are proud to play

a key role as Pucobre takes its mining productivity to a higher level,” said Helena Hedblom, President of Atlas Copco’s Mining and Rock Excavation Technique business area. “We are focused on ensuring customers get more productivity, energy savings and operator safety.” Pucobre has previously purchased drill rigs from Atlas Copco. The new equipment includes the Minetruck MT65 and the Scooptram ST18 underground loader. The top-performance machines will be delivered over the next two years and will be equipped with the Epiroc telematics system Certiq, allowing automated and intelligent monitoring of productivity and machine performance. b Source: Atlas Copco

Constantino Lannes, President of Sennebogen LLC, introduced the new 850 E Series purpose-built material handler at the 2018 ISRI Show. The new model features a Tier 4f compliant Cummins engine. The 850 E continues Sennebogen’s focus on simplicity and dependability, achieving exceptional performance through intelligent hydraulic design without complex electronics. Sennebogen’s modular design concept allows customers to order the 850 E with a rubber-tired or tracked undercarriage, or adapted to any other required mounting for gantries, pedestals, rail cars, barges and ship applications. The operating weight for the 850 M is 134,200 lbs. (60,873 kg) while the R-HD unit on crawler tracks weighs in at approximately 146,300 lbs. (66,360 kg). The 850 can be fitted with one of several boom and stick configurations providing a maximum reach of up to 69’ (21 m). The new 850 E is also among the first models to

feature the latest version of Sennebogen’s popular Maxcab operator station. The updated Maxcab is longer and roomier than its previous iterations, providing more space for the operator. Known for its great visibility, the Maxcab now features joystick travel controls eliminating the steering wheel to ensure an unobstructed forward line of sight. Dual cameras for rear and right-side visibility are also provided as safety standard. With Sennebogen’s industry-leading innovative full-guarding on the upper deck, the 850 E provides a safe platform for technicians. As on previous Maxcab designs, the new version includes a sliding door and a catwalk with a handrail for safe, easy entry and exit. The 850 E is supported through Sennebogen’s 100,000 sq. ft. head office, parts warehouse and Training Center in Stanley, NC, where advanced service training is provided to customer technicians at no charge. b Source: Sennebogen

2001 Komatsu 200LC-6 Excavator, Forestry Cab, New Engine, QC, 2 Buckets ..........................................................................$35,000. 2013 LogMax 7000FXT (Fixed Head), Thumbnail Wheels, 500 Computer, 6,000 Hours......................................................$97,500. 2005 Tigercat 630C Skidder, Chains, 16,000 Hours .........$40,000. 2007 Hyundai 320LC, QC, 2 Buckets, Thumb, Catwalks, 3,800 Hours.................................................................................$95,000. NEW AMI Quick Coupler, c/w Blank Hooks For Hyundai HL730 ............................................................................................$2,715.

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2005 Dressta TD7H with 6 way ........................... $39,000

Linden Comansa America Recognized For Industry Support

2008 Dressta TD9M w/6 way, Encl. Cab ...........$64,000

Linden Comansa America received a Longevity Award from the Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association at its Annual Conference in Boca Raton, Florida this April. SC&RA is an international organization comprised of more than 1,350 members from 46 nations. The Longevity Awards are presented to member companies for their longtime support and dedication to the Association and its mission. Linden Comansa America was recognized with the Five Year Award. “We are honored to receive this award, as it demonstrates our continued commitment to the industry and the importance of safety initiatives,” said Bill Carbeau, VP Business De-

1983 Dresser TD25E angle or semi-U, cab, ripper ....... ...........................................................................$55,000

velopment for LCA. Linden Comansa is a leading worldwide manufacturer of tower cranes, with facilities in Spain, China and North America. Linden Comansa America is the exclusive North American distribution and service company located in Pineville, North Carolina, and is responsible for sales, engineering, training as well as parts and service for the North American market. The organization also has a Northwest Rental Division in Centralia, WA to service the states of Washington, Oregon and Idaho. LCA is recognized for its superior sales and service support as well as its safety programs, and maintains this as a top priority. b Source: Linden Comansa

1974 Dresser TD15C w/angle blade, winch ......$24,500 1992 Dressta TD20G w/angle blade, ripper, cab ... $88,000 2012 Dressta TD20M cab, ripper, 1950 hours ....... CALL

1974 Dresser 175C Track Loader, Bucket/grapple $18,500 1977 Clark 667C Line skidder ...........................$15,000 1985 CAT 518 Grapple Skidder ............................. $17,000 1989 CAT D4H Grapple/Line track skidder ......................... .........................................................$46,000 now $38,000 2015 Case SV300-2 Skidsteer, 2,535 hrs .........$48,000 2006 Kobelco 290LC exc.,2 buckets, 6,500 hrs $69,000 1986 CAT D25C Rock Truck............$38,000 now $36,000 TD12C clearing rake for 6 way ...........................$2,500 TD15C clearing rake ...........................................$3,500 TD20E-G-H and TD25C-E-G full-u blade ...............CALL Gearmatic 22 Winch ................................................ $3,200 Pullmaster R7-15-135F winch ...........................$2,000 Kubota 20kw Gen Set .............................................. $7,000

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2013 FREIGHTLINER CASCADIA SLEEPER TRACTOR, DD15 505HP w/18 speed manual trans. 44,000lb Detroit Rear Axles with dual locks, 70” raised roof sleeper coming with fridge package, 950,000 km. $64,500. VERY WELL MAINTAINED.

2018 WESTERN STAR 4900 LOGGER, Cummins X15 – 605 HP, 18 speed transmission, 20,000 # front axle, 69,000# rear axles, loaded owner operator specs, c/w Pro Fab PF30 tridem pole trailer and rig up, LAST 2018…. PRICED TO SELL!

2019 WESTERN STAR 4900 TRI DRIVE chassis in stock and available! DD16 600Hp 1850 torque with 18speed manual transmissions. 20,000FA 69,000RA. In stock and ready for rigging. GREAT LOGGER SPEC.

2019 WESTERN STAR 4900 TANDEM DUMP TRUCK Cummins X15 605Hp 1850 torque with 18 speed manual transmission. 20,000 FA 46,000RA. Rigged with Nahanni Tub body. In Stock and ready for work. CALL TODAY FOR PRICING!

2013 MACK 613 DAY CAB, MPS 505 HP, 18 spd. transmission, 46,000# rears, good heavy haul spec, 840,000 kms, comes with wet kit. NICE CLEAN TRUCK!

2018 FREIGHTLINER M2-106, Cummins 300HP, Allison transmission, 12,000# front, 21,000# rear, c/w Collins 24’ Van Bodies, with or without 4000# tailgates, 4 IN STOCK. READY FOR WORK.

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July 2018

Key Campbell River Crossing Safety Sets Pace For Heavy- FTR: Booming Class 8 Truck To Be Made Safe And Reliable Hauling Equipment Orders ‘Unprecedented’ The Highway 19 crossing of the Campbell River will be improved for people travelling southbound near the key junctions of Highways 28 and 19A, with work beginning this week. “The Campbell River bridge is integral to our highway infrastructure on the North Island, and I’m happy to see these longneeded repairs are getting underway,” said Claire Trevena, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure. “Local residents can rest assured that this work will make the bridge safer and more earthquake-resistant, so it will continue providing a reliable connection for the North Island for years to come.” The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has awarded a $2.56-million contract to Seismic 2000 Construction Ltd. of Aldergrove. The contract includes installing new seismic bearings, replacing deck joints, recoating structural components,

and repairing structural steel and concrete. The total estimated cost of the project is $2.9 million. The two-lane steel truss bridge was built in 1952. Previous repairs included modifying the bracing for additional overhead clearance in 1976, and resurfacing the deck in 1980. In 1998, the bridge was converted to one-way for southbound traffic, when the adjacent Tamarac Street bridge opened to carry northbound vehicles. Work is scheduled to begin mid-June, and finish in fall 2018. Travellers are asked to obey traffic control personnel and watch for workers throughout the project. During construction, motorists will continue to have one through lane, with the exception of short closures. Traffic advisories will be posted on changeable message signs, and online: www.DriveBC.ca. b Source: Gov.bc.ca

Safety features on equipment come in many different forms—from stability, to automatic lighting, to connectivity, and so much more. Today’s vehicles are coming equipped with new advances to help make a construction jobsite a little bit safer. For instance, Volvo Trucks recently announced its VNX series, which is designed to transport heavy equipment and long combination vehicles. The new series is built with features aimed specifically at improving safety for the driver. Stability: All models come standard with Volvo Enhanced Stability Technology, which is an electronic stability control system. This continually monitors operating parameters and detects imminent loss of control, jackknife, or rollover events. It also automatically reduces engine torque and selectively applies braking to help the driver. Visibility: The vehi-

cles are equipped with LED headlights that produce bright light to improve visibility. It also has automatic lighting and rain-sensing wipers. Dashboard: The dash displays critical information by grouping frequently used controls within easy reach. This helps reduce distraction for the driver. Also, the driver information display works with steering wheel-mounted controls. Connectivity: All models also come standard with connectivity hardware for remote diagnostics. This helps monitor engine, transmission, and after treatment trouble codes. The same hardware also allows customers to perform software and parameter updates over-the-air with remote programming, which helps improve uptime and vehicle efficiency, while reducing downtime costs. b Source: Conexpo

Class 8 orders exceeded expectations again as fleets attempt to keep up with the rapidly growing freight demand, according to FTR. The truck market analyst reports class 8 truck orders continued to show exceptional strength in May, coming in at 35,200 units in North America. This was the third highest May on record. Orders have averaged over 40,000 units for the past six months; an unprecedented volume in the industry. Class 8 orders exceeded expectations again as fleets order in huge numbers in an attempt to keep up with the rapidly growing freight demand. North American Class 8 orders for the past 12 months now total 386,000 units. “This is the tightest capacity crunch ever,” said Don Ake, the FTR vice president of commercial vehicles. “Long-time veterans in this industry are

saying this is the best freight market they have ever seen. Fleets cannot add capacity fast enough and as long as the economy and manufacturing are going great, this capacity crisis will continue.” “There is a shortage of truck parts and components, so OEMs have been slow to deliver,” Ake added. “This just exacerbates an already bad situation. Fleets are now grabbing every available build slot, hoping to get some more trucks by the end of the year. Some orders now are even spilling into the first quarter of next year. It is a red-hot market. b Source: OTA

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New Delivery Of Demag AC 130-5 All Terrain Crane Why look far and wide when what you are searching for is right on your doorstep? When the transport and crane service provider W. Mayer from Zweibrücken was looking to purchase a new all terrain crane, this criterion was a major factor in the selection of a supplier. After all, the company had a historic, traditional link to the Demag plant in Zweibrücken, which is almost in sight of the company location. “Our many machines operated in the past from the HC – and later AC series – were always reliable mobile cranes, and always corresponded to the state of the art. Not least with this in mind, the decision to opt for the

new Demag AC 130-5 was easy for us,” reports Yannick Alt, assistant to the W. Mayer management, who with his colleague Patrick Graul picked up the crane from the factory yard. Terex Cranes Sales Manager Michael Zieger handed over the new machine. In the end, however, it was, of course, the tangible technical advantages of the Demag AC 130-5 that were decisive for the purchase: “The AC 130-5 is more compact than any other crane in its class and offers very good lifting capacities even with a small outrigger base – and with the 10 t of counterweight that it can carry,” says Yannick Alt to explain the Source: Terex

OnCommand Connection Telematics Services Now Offered Standard International Trucks announced that effective immediately, all new on-highway International trucks sold in the U.S. and Canada will be equipped with an OnCommand Connection telematics device with two free years of service included. The OnCommand Connection device integrates a cellular-enabled hardware platform with a range of technology solutions, including telematics and the OnCommand Connection Advanced Remote Diagnostics platform. The device and two years of service will be offered as standard on all International LT Series, RH™ Series and LoneStar models using International or Cummins

through one easy-to-use interface, regardless of make or model. With OnCommand Connection, International is the only truck OEM that has built and supports its own telematics solution. Cancelliere cited the important role OnCommand Connection services are playing in enabling fleets to convert reactive vehicle maintenance into predictive maintenance for improved uptime. “Making OnCommand Connection telematics standard in our on-highway vehicles demonstrates we are fully committed to delivering on our brand promise of customer uptime,” Cancelliere said. “Our ultimate goal is to convert all maintenance into planned, routine maintenance that enables trucks to maximize the time they spend on the road.” b

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Volvo Trucks Celebrates 35 Years Of Truck Design In North America This year marks the 35th anniversary of Volvo’s introduction of the Integral Sleeper, the first North American conventional truck model to offer a modern, streamlined design and a fully integrated sleeper compartment. Aerodynamic design directly affects fuel efficiency, reducing fuel costs for trucking companies, and reducing greenhouse gases. Environmental care has long been a Volvo core value, a position formalized at the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, long before care for the environment became a trendy mainstream corporate aspiration. “Pioneering innovations in design, fuel efficiency, driver productivity and safety have defined Volvo Trucks throughout our 90year history,” said Magnus Koeck, Volvo Trucks North America vice president, marketing and brand man-

agement. “We’re proud of our heritage and celebrate 35 years of aerodynamic design. With the Integral Sleeper model we truly introduced a new standard and all manufacturers quickly followed suit, a trend we continue to see today with automated manual transmissions, greater integration of connectivity services to help maximize uptime, and right-sizing of engines for improved fuel efficiency and weight savings.” Introducing Aerodynamic Design to North America The Integral Sleeper was the first modern conventional model to unite the cab and sleeper compartments for improved aerodynamics with seamless body-in-white construction that also allowed easy pass-through from the driving environment to the living space. The redefined truck design further defied industry-wide design con-

ventions of the time, introducing a hood that was six inches narrower and six inches lower at the front than at the cowl, to help reduce wind resistance. Integral Sleeper aerodynamics were further boosted through a full-height roof fairing, cab side extenders, chassis fairings and trim tabs that helped air flow smoothly from the tractor to the trailer. “Over the past year we’ve introduced the new Volvo VNR regional haul, Volvo VNL long-haul, and Volvo VNL heavy-haul tractors under the theme “The Shape of Trucks to Come,” which also would have been very appropriate during the 1983 introduction of the Integral Sleeper, a model that inspired a design revolution for conventional model trucks,” said Koeck. “Each of our onhighway models, the new VNR, VNL, and VNX, bring efficiency through their

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Volvo has maintained a leadership role, introducing Volvo Enhanced Stability Technology (VEST), an enhanced stability system, as standard equipment for its on-highway lineup in 2007. “Volvo aspires to zero crashes and zero injuries, helping protect drivers and all road users,” said Johan Agebrand, director of product marketing for Volvo Trucks North America. “Our global Zero Accident Vision is about helping improve safety, and mitigating these events also

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Daimler Unveils Two New Freightliner Electric Vehicles Freightliner Trucks premiered two fully electrified commercial vehicles, a Freightliner eCascadia heavy-duty truck and a Freightliner eM2 106 medium-duty truck today, during the Daimler Trucks Capital Market and Technology Day here. Freight-

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cadia with 80,000 lb. gross combined weight rating (GCWR) and eM2 with 26,000 lb. GCWR are part of Daimler Trucks’ global electrified truck initiative. The Mercedes-Benz eActros, with a range up to 124 miles and a 55,000 lb. GCWR, is now entering testing for distribution applications with customers in Europe, while the EFUSO Vision One, a Class 8 concept truck in Japan with a range of 220 miles and a 51,000 lb. GCWR, gives an outlook on the electrification of the Fuso portfolio. The FUSO eCanter, a light-duty truck, is already available in series model production as a fully electric truck from Daimler Trucks. “Our primary goal at DTNA is bringing vehicles to market that are safe, reliable and efficient. Heavy-duty electric vehicles present the greatest engineering challenges, but they also are the best learning laboratories,” Nielsen said. “We have decades of experience in successfully producing durable commercial vehicles in high Continued on page 55

Doosan Announces Top Performing Dealers Of 2017 Doosan Infracore North America, LLC, announces its top performing equipment dealers of 2017. These 10 Doosan dealer enterprises have demonstrated a high quality of customer service to provide exceptional sales, parts and services to their customers, scoring well on their annual dealer performance reviews. The top 2017 Doosan dealers include the following enterprises: • Equipment East (Dracut, Massachusetts) • Venture Drilling Supply (Pflugerville, Texas) • Bobcat of Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska) • Ironhide Equipment (Grand Forks, North Dakota) • Texas Timberjack (Lufkin, Texas) • Cascade Trader (Chehalis, Washington) • Gateway Bobcat of Missouri (Valley Park, Missouri) • Feenaughty Machinery Company (Portland, Oregon) • RGW Equipment (Livermore, California)

• Barry Equipment (Webster, Massachusetts) “Our top Doosan dealers set the bar for the entire dealer organization,” says Todd Roecker, Doosan Director of Dealer Management and Marketing. “To achieve this recognition, these topperforming Doosan dealers performed at high levels in terms of sales, parts and service capabilities, in their respective markets.” Participants from the 10 top Doosan dealerships will be awarded a trip to Scotland later this year where they will explore the scenic landscapes and have the opportunity to attend The Open golf tournament, often referred to as The British Open. Representatives from the top 10 Doosan dealers earned a spot on the Doosan Dealer Advisory Council, a group of individuals that serve as a resource for Doosan Infracore North America and provide feedback to the Doosan leadership team. b Source: Doosan


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volumes that stand up to the demands our customers place on them. We now bring this unmatched experience and expertise to the electric truck category.” “DTNA is striving to develop electric commercial vehicles that reduce emissions and enhance our customers’ bottom lines through improved uptime and lower operating costs,” said Richard Howard, senior vice president, sales and marketing, Freightliner Trucks. “With the largest dealer and service network in North America, we will offer unparalleled access to factory-trained technicians, parts and support. We will leverage this network to support the Freightliner Electric Innovation Fleet and, as more electric commercial vehicles are delivered to our customers, we will provide the superior support they expect from Freightliner.” DTNA understands the success of electric commercial vehicles requires extensive knowledge and support on the infrastructure side, and is leading the initiative to develop a

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers commercial vehicle charging infrastructure for North America. Daimler AG, DTNA’s parent company, is a founding member of CharIN, the Charging Interface Initiative – an effort to develop a standard charging system for batterypowered vehicles. DTNA is heading a CharIN taskforce to develop a new electric commercial vehicle charging standard globally, collaborating with utilities and service providers to foster a supportive environment for high-voltage charging networks and serve as a trusted consultant for customers. Martin Daum, member of Daimler Board of Management for trucks and buses: “We are the undisputed global leader of the trucking industry and we want to remain in that position also with regards to electric trucks. We were first-movers on electric trucks and we strive to provide the leading electric truck in each relevant segment. With the foundation of the global ‘electric mobility group’, we maximize the impact of our investments in this key strategic

The New Holland Jesi Plant In Italy Achieves Silver Level Designation CNH Industrial N.V. (NYSE: CNHI /MI: CNHI) announces that its New Holland Agriculture manufacturing facility in Jesi, Italy has achieved Silver Level certification in the World Class Manufacturing (WCM) program. Jesi is the global center of excellence for New Holland specialty tractor production, and is home to the T4F/N/V and TK crawler tractor ranges, as well as the mid-range and utility T5 series. Case IH specialty and mid-range tractors and STEYR utility tractors are also produced at the plant. Originally conceived as a tractor components production facility in 1977, today the plant occupies a site of some 185,000 square meters, has delivered over 700,000 tractors and employs more than 800 people. Rigorous quality standards are a fundamental production pillar: every driveline and cab is put through a stringent testing program

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Daimler Trucks Announces Automated Truck R&D Center Daimler Trucks announced the creation of an Automated Truck Research and Development Center in Portland, Ore. The facility will be located at Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) headquarters on Swan Island in Portland, where DTNA already has a significant research and development presence, including a fullscale heavy-duty truck wind tunnel on Swan Island and the High Desert Proving Grounds nearby in Madras, Ore. The center will be dedicated to further developing automated driving technology and understanding its impact on society and benefits for customers. Engineers there will draw on research and development resources from Daimler Trucks locations in Stuttgart, Germany and Bangalore, India to form a global network of hundreds of

engineers devoted to the topic of automated driving, leveraging the experience and knowledge from previous research performed across Daimler’s vehicle divisions, including passenger cars. The three locations will work very closely together, while R&D activities on automated trucks in Germany will also be expanded to expedite and deepen the company’s efforts in this field. The research center was announced during Daimler Trucks Capital Market and Technology Day, which attracted global journalists and investors. The new facility is part of the company’s plans to invest more than €2.5 billion in total research and development activities in 2018 and 2019 with more than €500 million of that earmarked for e-mobility, connectivity and automated commer-

cial vehicle technology. “We are pioneering technologies across the automated vehicle spectrum that make roads safer and help trucking companies boost productivity,” said Sven Ennerst, head of truck product engineering, global procurement, and Daimler Trucks China. “This center of excellence is part of our global innovation network and supports the Daimler Trucks ethos of rigorously testing new technologies, ensuring systems are developed safely and functionality is fully validated before it is released to customers.” Daimler Trucks believes that fully autonomous – driverless – commercial trucks will not be series produced in the near future; however, the technology has the potential to create numerous advantages for the global logistics industry by help-

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The facility will be located at Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) headquarters on Swan Island in Portland.

ing fleets to keep up with ever-increasing freight demands as the pool of longhaul truck drivers continues to decrease. The focus for Daimler Trucks is to carefully study all requirements for highly automated driving, to ensure any technology brought to market will improve road safety and driver productivity, while enhancing commercial vehicle performance, reliability and

uptime for the customer. The center will focus its activities on all aspects of development, testing, and validation necessary for high levels of automation. This includes software, sensors, machine learning, and simulation, as well as the necessary adaptation of the base vehicle platform. The Automated Truck R&D Center will furthermore be

established as a center for co-creation, where customers, suppliers, and business partners can provide input, ensuring the technology is calibrated to real-life applications. “Our approach to developing highly automated driving technology will draw upon our proven expertise and long history of commerContinued on page 58

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cializing safe, reliable, and fully integrated commercial vehicles,” said Roger Nielsen, president and CEO of Daimler Trucks North America. “We are again aiming for a fully integrated, proven Daimler solution that will provide the best tool for our customers’ needs.” Nielsen continued, “We can accomplish this with a combination of vehicle road testing over millions of miles around the globe and advanced simulation. The global collaboration that takes place among research and development teams at Daimler extends to vans, buses and passenger cars, and each advancement is a building block for the future of automated vehicles.” Daimler Trucks has a well-established track record of developing au-

tomated driving technologies, beginning with active safety systems that have achieved strong market penetration. The Detroit Assurance 4.0 suite of safety systems, for example, forms the basis of the sensor systems that will ultimately be used in highly automated applications. One recent development out of the area of automated truck driving, platooning (known as pairing when two vehicles are used), was demonstrated with paired trucks as part of the Daimler Trucks Capital Market and Technology Day at Portland International Raceway. Using the sophisticated radar and camera sensor systems currently available as part of Detroit Assurance, along with vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications and Ad-

vanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), braking is coordinated across platooned vehicles and steering is partially automated to keep the trucks in the center of their lanes. The following trucks in the

platoon respond to braking commands in less than three tenths of a second – significantly faster than a human can react – which allows for close following distances. The platooning demonstra-

Petronas To Join LNG Canada Project Shell Canada Energy, PetroChina Kitimat LNG Partnership, Diamond LNG Canada Ltd. and Kogas Canada LNG Ltd. announced that Petroliam Nasional Berhad will take an equity position in LNG Canada, located in Kitimat, BC on the west coast of Canada, through its wholly owned entity the North Montney LNG Limited Partnership, subject to regulatory approvals and closing conditions. As a result of this transaction, if approved and upon closing, ownership interests in LNG Canada would be Shell Canada Energy, a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell plc, (40%); PETRONAS, (25%); PetroChina Kitimat LNG Partnership, a subsidiary of PetroChina Canada Ltd., (15%); Diamond LNG Canada Ltd., a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation, (15%); and Kogas Canada LNG Ltd. (5%). BC is home to one of the largest and most accessible sources of natural gas in

tion illustrates the safety and fuel efficiency benefits the company delivers through its automated technology leadership. The first real-world operation testing of platooning in the U.S. is in prepa-

ration. DTNA is working with top customers on the technology to validate the practicality of hauling commercial freight with platooned vehicles. b Source: Daimler

Canadian Spirit Resources Inc. Announces Suspension Of Natural Gas Production

the world. If constructed, LNG Canada participants will ship natural gas, including from BC’s vast reserves, to various countries where the imported gas could displace more carbon intensive energy sources, helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. LNG Canada recently selected the joint venture of JGC Corporation and Fluor Corporation as the Engineering, Procurement and Construction contractor for the project and is currently finalising materials in preparation for a final investment decision (FID) by joint venture participants. The transaction announced today does not amount to an FID which remains pending. The timing and outcome of an FID will be decided by joint venture participants based on global energy markets, and the overall competitiveness and affordability of the project. b Source: Oil & Gas Press

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Canadian Spirit Resources Inc. and its joint venture partner, Canbriam Energy Inc., have elected to suspend their joint venture natural gas production at Farrell Creek/South Altares effective April 30, 2018 due to low natural gas prices. The continued deterioration in North American natural gas prices accompanied by the further discounted price experienced by producers in northeastern BC producing into the Enbridge Westcoast Energy main pipeline has resulted in a negative netback on joint venture natural gas production at Farrell Creek/South Altares. With no clear indication

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