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2009 JOHN DEERE 2954DLL

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Multi-shank ripper, 90% Cat U/C, 1,228 orig. hours, S/U blade w/tilt. See ad on page 12.

Wheel Loader, Exc. cond, 2,678 hours, $139,900. See page 43 for more info.

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RENTALS

SALES

November 2017

CONTRACTING

SALES & RENTALS: Dave 778-855-4190 dave@unitedearthcontractors.com OFFICE: 604-940-0001 | Fax 604-940-0005

$110,000

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

$42,000

$59,000

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

$85,000

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

$105,000

$95,000

1 LEFT!

$56,000

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

$49,000 ea.

$259,900

$135,000

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

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

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

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

$110,000

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

JOHN DEERE 350D Low hours on this unit: 6,600, c/w W/B lugging and Q/C, 2 buckets, U/C 70%, ready to work.

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

$90,000

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

$125,000

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

$49,000

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

$67,000 REDUCED

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

REDUCED

$65,000

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

$108,000 REDUCED

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

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Genie Lifts Elevate Broadcasters At The ESPN Wide World Of Sports Genie aerials provide high-angle opportunities above the fields, above the crowds At the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, located in the middle of the Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Fla., professional and amateur athletes from around the world visit the 220-acre athletic complex daily for the ultimate sports experience — a truly magical experience for many of them. Broadcasters covering youth sports competitions at the complex aim to provide remote viewers with shots and angles of the live action similar to what they would experience watching a pro sports event. To get all of the dramatic live footage, Mark Begonia, Production Manager, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Production Center, and his

team employs state-of-theart broadcasting equipment and a fleet of Genie lifts. Bird’s-eye view “Our broadcasters and analysts want wide angle views of the players on the field to see and breakdown all of the plays happening for their viewing audience,” says Begonia. “To do that, our production staff has to get our cameras above the crowds and above the fields, at high angles, to capture as much of the action as possible. It is our job to provide a perch for them, high above the sidelines and the end zones, for our videographers to capture footage of the teams in action. “This means that our cameras can’t be fixed

in one spot for an entire broadcast,” continues Begonia. “We need them positioned so that we have the flexibility to adjust their height and angle throughout the broadcast, depending on what is happening in the competition.” Begonia and his staff rely on the versatility in the height and outreach of Genie boom lifts and scissor lifts to help them get those high-angle shots that will transport viewers from their couches to the competition. For example, Begonia says that his team uses Genie boom lifts to get specialty shots on rectangular fields, during football games and soccer matches, because the booms allow the camera operators to reach up and over the field of play, zooming in on the exciting moments. The boom lifts are also stationed in the end zones, elevated 40 ft and up, to cap-

ture the hero shots. During cross country meets, Begonia’s staff uses Genie boom lifts to get the cameras up and over the tree line so broadcasters and viewers can see the runners on the course. “Depending on the event, we will often use 2-6 Genie lifts per broadcast. The bigger the area we want to cover, the more lifts we use,” he continues. According to Begonia, the team uses Genie scissor lifts on the complex’s ball

fields, covering baseball and softball games from the outfield and behind home plate. During cheerleading and gymnastics events, the scissor lifts are used to help broadcasters get high, wide angle views of the competition mats from the judges’ table. An added benefit to having Genie lifts on site is that the complex’s staff can use them in between broadcasts for other tasks, such as camera installation and maintenance. “We use Ge-

nie lifts to mount our stationary cameras on poles,” adds Begonia, “and we also use the lifts to clean the lenses on our robotic cameras. Fans watching from home enjoy the clean, clear view of the competition field that we regularly provide them.” ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Production Center staff also uses a Genie telehandler to move materials and equipment around the complex. Continued on page 8

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2006 HITACHI ZX450-LC-3 EXCAVATOR 24" PADS, AIR, Q/C, DIG BKT, ONLY 2,850 HRS

NEW YANMAR EXCAVATORS NEW YANMAR VIO17-A EXP TRACKS, DIGS 7’7” DEEP ................................. POR NEW YANMAR VIO17-A EXP TRACKS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 57 HRS ............ $34,900 NEW YANMAR VIO25-6A RUBBER, CANOPY, HYD Q/C, HYD THUMB .............CALL NEW YANMAR VIO25-6A RUBBER, CAB, HYD Q/C, DIG BKT .........................CALL NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A RUBBER, CAB AIR, HYD Q/CHANGE ......................CALL NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A RUBBER, CAB AIR, HYD Q/CHANGE ..................... SOLD NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A RUBBER, CAB, AIR, HYD Q/C, 3 YR WARR .............CALL NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A RUBBER, CAB AIR, HYD THUMB, 176 HRS ............CALL NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A RUBBER, CAB/AIR, HYD THUMB ...........................CALL NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A RUBBER, CAB AIR, HYD THUMB, 131 HRS ............CALL NEW YANMAR VIO45-6A RUBBER, CANOPY, HYD THUMB, ANGLE BLADE ....CALL NEW YANMAR VIO45-6A RUBBER, CAB AIR, HYD Q/C, HYD THUMB .............CALL NEW YANMAR VIO55-6A RUBBER, AIR, HYD THUMB, ANGLE BLADE ........... SOLD NEW YANMAR VIO80-1A STEEL PADS, CAB /AIR, HYD Q/C, HYD THUMB .....CALL NEW YANMAR VIO80-1A STEEL PADS, CAB/AIR, HYD Q/C, BKT ...................CALL NEW YANMAR SV100-2A STEEL, CAB AIR, DIG BKT, HYD Q/C ..................... SOLD NEW YANMAR SV100-2A STEEL, AIR, HYD Q/C, HYD THUMB, 101 HRS .......CALL

EXCAVATORS 2007 YANMAR VIO30-5 RUBBER, CANOPY, 3,832 HRS ........................... $23,900 2007 YANMAR VIO40-5 RUBBER, CANOPY, 3,124 HRS ........................... $26,500 2007 YANMAR VIO40-5 RUBBER, CANOPY, 4,942 HRS ........................... $23,900 2008 HITACHI ZX75US-3 18” PADS, AIR, BLADE, 4,902 HRS ......................SOON 2011 CAT 308D CR 18” BOR, BLADE, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 4,390 HRS . $64,900 2010 HITACHI ZX120-3 20” PADS, BOR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 702 HRS ...... $89,900 2015 CAT 312F GC 20” PADS, AIR, ONLY 843 HRS ......................................SOON 2005 HITACHI ZX135USBL 20” PADS, AIR, BLADE, 7,930 HRS ...................SOON 2007 HITACHI ZX135US 20” PADS, AIR, ONLY 3,997 HRS ........................... SOLD 2007 HITACHI ZX135USBL 28” PADS, AIR, BLADE, 7,677 HRS ...................SOON 2013 HITACHI ZX135USBL-3 20” PADS, AIR, BLADE, 2,017 HRS ................SOON 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 2007 KOMATSU PC138US-2 20” PADS, AIR, BLADE, PIPING, 8,414 HRS .....SOON 2014 KOMATSU PC138US-10 28” PADS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, DIG BKT,184 HRS ...... .............................................................................................................. $143,900 2017 DEERE 135G 28” PADS, AIR, BLADE, Q/C, HYD THUMB ................FOR RENT 2012 DEERE 160G LC 24” PADS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 6,218 HRS ............ $109,900 2013 CAT 316E L 28” PADS, AIR MECH THUMB, 1,700 HRS ........................SOON 2006 HITACHI ZX200LC 32” PADS, AIR, Q/C, 11,214 HRS ....................... $51,500 2007 KOMATSU PC200LC-7 32” PADS, AIR, Q/C, 4,883 HRS .................. $47,900 2011 CAT 320DL 32” PADS, AIR, PIPING, 3,362 HRS ....................................CALL 2011 CAT 320DRR 32” PADS, AIR, PIPING, 2,700 HRS .................................CALL 2014 CAT 320E 24” PADS, AIR, AUX HYD, 1,177 HRS ..................................SOON 2014 CAT 320EL RR 32” PADS, AIR, DIG BUCKET, 2,171 HRS .....................SOON 2007 HITACHI ZX200LC-3 18M (60’ SUPER LONG REACH), 3,850 HRS ........CALL 2012 HITACHI ZX210LC-3 28” PADS, AIR, HYD Q/C, HYD THUMB, 1,300 HRS ....... .............................................................................................................FOR RENT 2012 HITACHI ZX210LC-5N 32” PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYDTHUMB, 4,700 HRS ....CALL 2013 HITACHI ZX210K-5B 24” PADS, AIR, HYD PIPING, 575 HRS ................SOON 2011 DEERE 225DLC 32” PADS, AIR, AUX HYD PIPING, 3,891 HRS ........ $133,900 2011 DEERE 225DLC 32” PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYDTHUMB, 3,711 HRS ............. SOLD 2011 HITACHI ZX225USLC-3 32” PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 4,050 HRS .CALL 2012 HITACHI ZX225USRLC-3 24” PADS, AIR, Q/C, PRO LINK THUMB, 1,760 HRS .................................................................................................................... SOLD 2015 HITACHI ZX245USLC-5 32” PADS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, CAB GUARD, CATWALKS, SWIVEL GUARD, 1,742 HRS ............................................... FOR RENT 2017 DEERE 245G 32” PADS, 2 BKTS Q/C, HYD THUMB ......................FOR RENT 2006 HITACHI ZX350LC-3 32” PADS, A/C, HYD THUMB, CABGUARD, Q/C, 2 BKTS, 9,905 HRS .............................................................................................. $84,900 2007 KOMATSU PC300LC-7 Q/C, HYD THUMB, CABGUARD, 8,521 HRS .. $59,900

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2011 CAT TL943 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFT 9,000LB CAP, Q/C FORKS, CAB, 43' REACH, STABILIZERS 2013 KOMATSU PC350LC-8 24” PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, CABGUARD, 3,461 HRS .....................................................................................................FOR RENT 2013 KOMATSU PC360LC-10 32” PADS, AIR, Q/C HYD THUMB, CABGUARD, ONLY 2,260 HRS ...........................................................................................FOR RENT

WHEEL LOADERS/SKID STEERS/BACKHOES 2013 BOBCAT 3650 4WD, CAB AIR, PWR TILT BED, 2015 69” SNOW BLADE, DIESEL,120 HRS .........................................................................................SOON 2005 DEERE 410G 4X4, CAB, EXTENDAHOE, AUX HYD, R/C, 6,909 HRS ......SOON 2012 YANMAR V4-6 HYSTAT, CAB AIR, ONLY 944 HRS .........................FOR RENT 1967 CAT 950 20.5 TIRES, CAB, GOOD RUNNING CONDITION ................. $14,900 2011 KOMATSU WA200-6 20.5R TIRES, HYD Q/C BKT/FORKS, AUX HYD, R/C, 2,997 HRS .....................................................................................................FOR RENT 2011 CAT 950H 23.5 L-5 TIRES, CAB, AIR, ONLY 2,339 HRS ................FOR RENT 2015 CAT 950K 23.5R TIRES, A/C, R/C, E/S, 4.32YD BKT, 1,332 HRS ...FOR RENT 2017 KOMATSU WA380-8 23.5R TIRES, HYD Q/C, A/C, R/C, RVC, 598 HRS ..CALL 2011 BOBCAT T190 ROLLER SUSPENSION, STD CONTROLS, BUCKET, 1,550 HRS ....................................................................................................................SOON 2012 BOBCAT T190 CANOPY, 1,635 HRS ....................................................SOON 2011 BOBCAT S70 AUX HYD, 2,472 HRS, NEW 42” BKT ......................... $16,500 2014 BOBCAT S590 GP BKT, A/C CAB, 2 SPEED, 520 HRS ...................FOR RENT 2015 BOBCAT S590 GP BKT, A/C CAB, 2 SPEED, 220 HRS ...................FOR RENT 2013 BOBCAT S650 2 SPEED, HI FLOW, HAND/FOOT, A/C CAB, 934 HRS .FOR RENT

GRADERS / COMPACTORS 2001 CAT 140H 14.00R24 TIRES, CAB,14’MB, MS RIPPER, 7,260 HRS . $124,900 2006 CAT 143H AWD VHP 17.5 TIRES,14’ MB, SNOW WING, 9,371 HRS $109,900 2008 CAT 160M VHP 14.00 TIRES, 14’MB, SNOW WING, 12,420 HRS .........SOON 1993 CAT 14G 20.5R TIRES,16’ MB, PB, RIPPER ..................................... $93,900 NEW CORNIVER CT40S 40” SMOOTH DRUM, KUBOTA ENG .................FOR RENT NEW CORNIVER CT48S 48” SMOOTH DRUM, KUBOTA ENG. ................FOR RENT 2006 ING. RAND SD45D TF 54” SMOOTH DRUM, CANOPY, 719 HRS ...... $31,900 2012 VOLVO SD45D 54” DRUM, CANOPY, SHELL KIT, 68 HRS ......................CALL 2005 HAMM 3205P 54” PADFOOT DRUM, CANOPY, 3,645 HRS ...................CALL 2011 VOLVO SD70D 66” DRUM, CANOPY, KUBOTA ENG ...............................CALL 2013 VOLVO SD75 66” SHELL KIT, CAB AIR, 394 HRS ..........................FOR RENT 2014 VOLVO SD75 66” DRUM DRIVE, CAB AIR, 697 HRS ......................FOR RENT 2014 SAKAI SV540TF 84” SHELL KIT, CAB AIR, 883 HOURS ................FOR RENT 2014 SAKAI SV540TF 84” SHELL KIT, CAB AIR, 124 HOURS ................FOR RENT

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DUMP TRUCKS 2003 YANMAR C12R RUBBER DUMPER, 2,147 HRS ................................. $7,250 2017 CANYCOM SC75PD RUBBER TRACKS, 1,655LB PAYLOAD ...........FOR RENT 2017 CANYCOM S25A RUBBER, CANOPY, 180 DEGREE SWIVEL DUMP FOR RENT 2005 CAT 730 23.5 TIRES, TAILGATE, ONLY 3, 573 HRS .......................FOR RENT 2011 CAT 730 23.5R25TIRES, TAILGATE, 3,200 HRS ............................FOR RENT 2012 VOLVO A30F 23.5 TIRES, RV CAMERA, EMERG STEER, 4,141 HRS ..FOR RENT

DOZERS 2014 KOMATSU D39PX-22 6 WAY, CAB AIR, 1,092 HRS, MS RIPPER (D5K SIZE) ... .............................................................................................................FOR RENT 2011 KOMATSU D65EX-16 6 WAY, A/C CAB, MS RIPPER, 4,219 HRS .... $179,900 2011 KOMATSU D65EX-16 SIGMA, A/C, CAB, MS RIPPER, 4,998 HRS .. $164,900

LIFTS & LIFT TRUCKS 2010 JLG G10-55A 10,000LB CAP, Q/C FORKS, TILT CARRIAGE, CAB AIR .....CALL 2013 JLG G10-55A 10,000LB CAP, Q/C FORKS, TILT CARRIAGE, 3,317 HRS .CALL 2010 GENIE GS2632 REMOTE, PWR TO PLATFORM, 229 HRS ................. $14,900 2011 GENIE GS2632 REMOTE, PWR TO PLATFORM, 212 HRS ................. $14,900 2000 GENIE GS3268RT 4X4, DUAL FUEL, 32’ HEIGHT, 3,582 HRS ............. $9,250 1998 SKYJACK SJ8841 4X4, DUAL FUEL, 41’, 3,760 HRS, STABILIZERS .. $7,900 2012 GENIE Z45/25J 4X4, DIESEL, ONLY 1,829 HRS ...........................FOR RENT 2012 GENIE Z45/25J 4X4, DIESEL, ONLY 1,416 HRS ...........................FOR RENT 2014 JLG 450AJ 4X4, DUAL FUEL, 1,139 HRS .....................................FOR RENT 2014 GENIE Z60/34 4X4, ART BOOM LIFT, DEUTZ, ONLY 1,672 HRS ....FOR RENT

MISCELLANEOUS 2011 INTERNATIONAL 4300SBA 2,000 GAL S/A WATER TRUCK, DT466, EATON AUTO TRANS, 2016 VALEW TANK, FRONT, REAR, SIDE SPRAY ...............FOR RENT 2017 V SERIES V145E 6,500 FT.LB BREAKER TO FIT 20- 30 TON MACHINE CALL 2012 RAMMER 4099 11,000 FT/LB HYDRAULIC BREAKER, FITS 350/450 ....CALL 1991 TRAILMAX TANDEM TILT 20TON TANDEM TILT TRAILER ....................CALL 2013 DODGE 2500HD 4X4, HEMI 5.7L, PL. PW, LT265/70R17 TIRES, 25,200 KMS, DECK WTOOL BOXES AND DRY BOX .............................................................. POR 2011 FORD F550 XLT 4X4, V10, 30.5’ FOLDING BOOM, OUTRIGGERS, 5K CAP. ..... ................................................................................................................ $31,900 NEW WACKER VP1550A 200LB REVERSIBLE PLATE, HONDA GAS ................ POR NEW WACKER BPU3050A 400LB REVERSIBLE PLATE, HONDA, WHEEL KIT ... POR NEW WACKER BPU5545A 750LB REV PLATE, HONDA GAS ........................... POR NEW WACKER DPU5545HeH 940LB REVERSIBLE DIESEL PLATE .................. POR NEW WACKER DPU6055He DIESEL REVERSIBLE, 1,000LB PLATE ................ POR NEW WACKER BS50-4 4 STROKE RAMMER, ONLY 145LBS .......................... POR

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Trident Processes Receives Prestigious Award Trident Processes has received the prestigious Canadian Business Excellence Award for Private Businesses for 2018. This award is given annually to 25 private businesses across Canada. “Excellence Canada would like to congratulate the entire team from Trident Processes on being awarded the Canadian Business Excellence Award (CBEA) for Private Businesses,” stated Allan Ebedes, President and CEO of Excellence Canada. Trident has commercialized a unique process for recovering and repurposing valuable resources from livestock manure and municipal wastewater. Its technologies recover nutrients and other resources which is a growing focus of agricultural, municipal and industrial wastewater industries. The company has grown exponentially the past three years capturing notice of important clients, including some of the largest and most influential dairy farms and

municipal districts in Canada and the USA. This award is presented by Excellence Canada and PwC Canada and is a special recognition of Canadian businesses that demonstrate exemplary performance of strategic plans and exceptional achievement of their business goals. Applicant’s companies are evaluated by an independent adjudication committee from organizations that include BC Business Magazine, CEO Global Network, Canadian Federation of Independent Business, Carleton University, CPA Canada, MaRS, PwC Canada, and Excellence Canada. “I continue to be amazed at the level of recognition our company has been able to achieve the past couple of years,” states an exuberant Kerry Doyle, CEO of Trident Processes, at a posh awards ceremony held at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. “Who would have thought a small company that processes dairy

manure and municipal wastewater would be receiving an award alongside big consulting firms, bankers and IT professionals?” This award follows another award presented for innovative technology by the US Environmental Protection Agency in April 2016 at the White House, and in July 2016, Kerry Doyle was invited by the Honourable Ed Fast, Vice Chair of the Canadian Parliamentary Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development to present the benefits of Trident’s technology and the benefits it has for clients and the environment. “It highlights the importance of the work we are doing,” says Doyle. “Just tonight a Toronto TV newscast reported on the destructive affects algae blooms are having on Lake Erie. Our nutrient recovery technology focuses on solving exactly those problems.” Trident’s technologies are in lock-step with innovative adopters looking for ways to achieve more sustainable practices and recover value from their waste streams. They are good for the environment and able to protect or

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to publish the data,” says Doyle, “but the results look very promising. The technology integrates well into existing municipal wastewater systems and has the potential to save districts a lot of money.” Trident Processes, Inc. is an integrated resource recovery company headquartered in British Columbia with proprietary

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Ditch Witch AT40 All-Terrain Directional Drill For Hard Rock Advanced drilling system provides industry-leading drilling performance, agile steering and enhanced operator control. To enhance utility contractors’ efficiency while drilling and steering in hard rock, Ditch Witch, a Charles Machine Works Company, has released the new AT40 All Terrain horizontal directional drill (HDD). The machine features an advanced, twopipe All Terrain drilling system that provides 33 percent more torque than competitive units. The newly optimized All Terrain drilling system includes multiple patent-pending designs that improve downhole operation. An inner-rod design provides a flush system that improves tool-joint durability and steering in hard rock conditions. To further improve steering and optimize fluid flow, a reliable All Terrain connec-

housing also features an industry-exclusive, doublelayer seal with high-capacity bearings for increased downhole life, superior reliability and minimal maintenance. This design feature increases service time intervals – time intervals are doubled compared to previous models. The AT40 All Terrain directional drill is available with durable pipe options to meet all unique jobsites, including the patentpending All Terrain Flush, Power Pipe HD Fluid Miser II, Power Pipe HD Unlined and Forged HIWS1 pipes. Further enhancing productivity and providing best-in-class power, the new All Terrain drill leverages the same nextgeneration features of the standard JT40 model. A 160-gross-hp, Tier 4 Cummins diesel engine offers 40,000 pounds of thrust and pullback. Improved drilling efficiency is provided by a two-speed, rotational drive system that produces 5,500 ft-lb of torque. The drill is also equipped with a 70gpm, 1,100-psi mud pump to increase fluid flow from the pump to the swivel. b

tion reduces the risk of collar damage. “Maximized drilling performance and more efficient control while steering make the AT40 All Terrain an industry-leading, reliable and powerful machine,” said Seth Matthesen, Ditch Witch senior product manager, horizontal directional drills. “The unit not only boosts productivity and power, but leverages next-generation features to provide valuable operational insights and keep operators productive, profitable, and comfortable on each job.” The All-Terrain system also features an enhanced reliable RockMaster housing for improved longevity and reduced maintenance. The modular design makes the housing adaptable to two different sizes of drill bit, allowing a 2.875 and 3.5 regular api connection. And, a patented floatingspindle design makes it easier and more cost effective to replace. The new Source: Ditch Witch

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Terramac Launches New Compact RT6 Crawler Carrier Terramac, a leading manufacturer of innovative rubber track crawler carriers, is pleased to introduce its latest model, the RT6, which was unveiled on October 3rd at ICUEE 2017 as the company’s most compact unit yet. The new RT6 is built to be nimble while providing the power needed to accomplish the task at hand. This unit features a compact footprint of 16’ 2” x 8’ 2”, delivers a 12,000lb carrying capacity and boasts travel speeds up to 6.5-mph, ensuring quick cycle times to keep productivity levels on point. And, a 130-hp QSB 4.5 Cummins engine allows the RT6 to tackle a widerange of general construction, pipeline, utility, and environmental applications with ease. In addition to power and efficiency, the RT6 showcases Terramac’s rubber track technology. This unit’s fully-loaded ground pressure is a minimal 5.4 psi, making it ideal for loose and wet ground conditions where heavy, wheeled machines are likely to get stuck. The flotation from the rubber tracks of the RT6 not only allows the machine to work in adverse ground and weather conditions, but also allows for faster climbing on mountainous and hilly terrains with reduced slippage. Designed to provide an unprecedented degree of customization, the RT6 accommodates a wide variety of support equipment, such as: digger derricks, bark blowers, cranes, vacuum excavators, generators and tanks. Standard units are available with either a flat bed, dump bed or rock dump bed. “The biggest feature that sets the RT6 apart is its compact size,” says Matt Slater, Director of Sales at Terramac. “The RT6 is an excellent solution for jobs that are in tight spaces but don’t require the payload of a larger unit. And it can be easily loaded onto a tag trailer and hauled by line trucks from jobsite to job-

designed with upgraded features, the RT6 features a wide access door that allows ease of entry and exit and windows on all sides to provide operators with increased visibility. A USB port, AC controls, improved grab handles and a quick-release grate button provide added convenience. Additionally, a tilt hood for engine access and a dog house for fluid/ filter checks make maintenance on the RT6 quick and easy. b

site.” When it comes to safety, comfort and maintenance, the RT6 is second to none. Terramac offers the RT6 with both openand closed-cab options, while rollover protective structure (ROPS) and falling object protective structure (FOPS) come standard. Ergonomically Source: Terramac

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IMT Introduces New Articulating Crane Models Iowa Mold Tooling Co., Inc. (IMT), an Oshkosh Corporation company (NYSE:OSK), is pleased to announce the introduction of four new articulating crane models and revisions to its current industry-leading articulating crane lineup. The four new models build on the powerful articulating crane portfolio IMT created to deliver superior performance. “After evaluating the market, we developed four new articulating crane models to meet the growing lifting demands of our customers,” said John Field, articulating crane product manager at IMT. “We also increased lifting capacity on current radio-remote articulating crane models to improve upon the high-performance and economical lifting solutions the IMT crane line offers.” New models include the 610, 710, 810 and 910. The four new mod-

and function. Together, the EVS and the RCL create an integrated system that ensures truck stability, so the crane can be used at available capacity in any vehicle setup — without jeopardizing safety. Additional new features include internal hose routing, the “j” stow hook and improved lift to weight ratio on all models. “Between the increased lifting capabilities and the EVS and RCL, customers can maximize their productivity without worrying about safety — the system monitors what is happening for them,” said Field. “These new models will significantly impact the productivity capabilities of operators.” IMT is committed to providing customers lighter, stronger, and more costeffective lifting solutions that meet the demands of material handling applications. These four new models add to the comprehensive IMT crane lineup that operators have relied on for decades to get the job done. b

els will replace the 5/33, 6/39 and 7/48 articulating models in the IMT portfolio. The new articulating cranes offer impressive and versatile increased lifting capacities in the 40,000 ft-lb to 70,000 ft-lb range. The new models share the same tried-and-true features offered on all IMT articulating cranes, such as over-bending, which ensures the working area between the main boom and the jib is no less than 195°. Also available on the new cranes is the Electronic Vehicle Stability (EVS) system. Implemented to prioritize operator safety, EVS monitors the crane stability and warns the operator when the tilt of the truck’s chassis approaches a pre-set angle. The EVS system integrates with Rated Capacity Limiter (RCL), a key safety component that monitors the crane’s load moment, operation Source: Two Rivers

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Vermeer continues to expand its line of gas chippers with the introduction of the BC1800XL gas brush chipper — its largest, most powerful gas model to-date. Sharing the same performance qualities as its diesel counterpart, the new Vermeer BC1800XL gas brush chipper is the right machine for large-diameter chipping jobs, ranging from land clearing to tree care operations. “From companies looking to standardize their equipment with their fleet of trucks to organizations looking for more economical equipment options, the demand for gas-powered tree care equipment is on the rise,” said Matt Hutchinson, product manager for tree care, rental and landscape at Vermeer. “With the BC1800XL gas brush chipper, customers will get a large-diameter chipper with the same level of productivity and reli-

when working in residential areas. The Vermeer Tree Commander remote control comes standard with the BC1800XL gas brush chipper. From the remote, the operator can control all brush chipper functions for even more productivity. The remote can either attach to the user’s belt or be mounted directly onto the operator’s station of a Vermeer mini skid steer. The BC1800XL gas chipper’s 67-inch (170.2 cm) wide feed table provides ample room for material. There is a fourposition upper feed control bar mounted over the feed table that enables the operator to stop the feed rollers and select forward or reverse. A patented bottom feed stop bar that disables hydraulic flow to the feed rollers when contact is made provides additional operator protection. An optional 150-foot (45.7 m) winch to aid with moving larger logs with less effort is also available on the BC1800XL gas chipper. b

ability as a similar-sized diesel-powered model.” The BC1800XL gas chipper is outfitted with a 165 hp (123 kW) PSI 5.7 L gas engine that can handle logs up to 18 inches (45.7 cm) in diameter. The onboard Vermeer SmartFeed control system helps maximize the chipper’s performance by monitoring engine rpm’s, sensing jams and automatically stopping or reversing the rollers. The unit’s vertical feed rollers with helical cleats are designed to hold material firmly, to minimize vibration, shock and structural loading to the rear of the machine. To boost fuel efficiency, the BC1800XL gas chipper comes with the Vermeer Ecoldle engine control system that automatically lowers the engine speed when material is not being fed into the chipper and increases speed when new material is added. It also helps reduce noise on the jobsite, which is important Source: Vermeer

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John Deere Adds A Power-Angle-Tilt Blade To The 950K Crawler Dozer After a successful showing at CONEXPO-CON/ AGG 2017, the John Deere 950K PAT Crawler Dozer is now officially available at dealers across North America. This production-class crawler dozer is designed and manufactured by John Deere in Dubuque, Iowa, and is built specifically for customers looking for a machine that will excel in applications from mass excavation to fine grading. “As PAT blades have become increasingly popular on mid-size dozers, like the 850K, customers have inquired about adding the feature to a larger model. The 950K PAT answers their calls and gives customers the power to move large amounts of dirt with the versatility to do finish work,” said Nathan Horstman, crawler dozers product marketing manager, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “And weighing in at nearly 80,000 pounds with a ripper, this is the largest PAT dozer in the industry and will be a game changer for our earthmoving customers.”

The 950K PAT incorporates an EPA Final Tier 4/ EU Stage IV John Deere 9.0L engine with 280 horsepower. Contractors will quickly realize that the efficiently designed hydrostatic powertrain will get approximately 15 percent more power to the ground versus a conventional torque-converter powertrain. The 8.6 cubic yard sixway PAT blade gives the operators the flexibility to place material where they want it on every pass using the blade angle feature. The PAT enhances job site productivity and versatility by executing several tasks that might otherwise require multiple machines. Equipped with standard electrohydraulic (EH) controls, the 950K PAT is grade-control ready, making adding a grade-control system as easy as plugging in the components, calibrating and going to work. John Deere’s “open-architecture” design lets customers easily employ their favorite brand of gradecontrol system — Topcon, Trimble or Leica.

Like other John Deere KSeries dozers, the 950K PAT features Eco mode, which optimizes fuel economy while maintaining ground speed by automatically adjusting engine speed and transmission settings based on load. This has the potential to re-

duce fuel consumption up to 20 percent with no loss in productivity in many applications. Fleet managers looking to get the most out of their 950K PAT can rely on their John Deere dealers to provide Ultimate Uptime, featuring John

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Bragg Crane Signs for Eight Link-Belt Cranes Bragg Crane Service, headquartered in Long Beach, California, recently finalized the purchase of eight new Link-Belt Cranes with Nixon-Egli Company. Bragg, a long-time LinkBelt owner, will take delivery of all units by the end of third quarter 2017. The package includes five new HTC-86110 telescopic truck cranes, one HTT-86110 telescopic truck terrain crane and two 110|RT rough terrain cranes. Ian Johnsen, Bragg Crane Rental’s Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, noted that LinkBelt truck cranes have been the backbone of the Bragg

ft. boom on the 110|RTs allows our bare rental clients to cover the majority of their lifting needs without the burden of erecting fly attachments.” Skeeter Collins, LinkBelt’s North American Sales Manager offered, “We appreciate the opportunity for Nixon-Egli and Link-Belt to earn Bragg’s business. They are one of the leaders in the crane and heavy transportation industry and we are honored they have again chosen our equipment for their fleet.” Link-Belt Cranes, with headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky, is a leader in the design and manufacture of telescopic boom and lattice boom cranes for the construction industry worldwide. b

taxi crane fleet for the past 20 years. “From our experience to date, the new HTC-86110 is a great blend of reach, capacity and outstanding road ability that is already exceeding our expectations,” stated Johnson. He went on to say that they are looking forward to their first Link-Belt truck terrain, which should excel in the confined work environment of their Santa Barbara region. In reference to their purchase of two 110|RTs, Scott Bragg, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Bragg Companies said, “The outstanding reach of the 164 Source: Link-Belt

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Doosan Announces Multi-Year MLB Partnership Doosan, a global leader in the Infrastructure Support Business, is proud to announce a multi-year partnership with Major League Baseball. As an official partner of MLB, Doosan will receive significant brand exposure across national broadcast and MLB-owned channels throughout the 2017 Postseason and upcoming seasons. The partnership also makes Doosan the first-ever brand to be presenting sponsor of the American League Divisional Series (ALDS), giving the Korean brand complete marketing integration throughout the 2017 ALDS. Beginning with the 2017 Wild Card games, fans will see Doosan commercials and branding across broadcast and digital platforms including FOX, FS1, MLB Network and MLB.com. Additionally, MLB and Doosan will create custom features for MLB Network and league digital channels showcasing how teamwork leads to winning results.

Doosan, a great company with a rich history and a global footprint, has chosen MLB as a partner to continue growing their business here in the U.S.,” said Noah Garden, MLB Executive Vice President, Business. “It’s going to be another exciting Postseason this year and we’re looking forward to having Doosan be a big part of it.” Doosan’s subsidiaries which reside in the U.S., which account for $3 billion (US) in annual revenue and have approximately 4,000 employees, participated in this partnership in hopes of elevating Doosan’s brand awareness in the U.S. market and closely communicating with customers. While Doosan’s presence can be found in every area of the infrastructure support business, Doosan’s subsidiaries including Doosan Bobcat, Doosan Industrial Vehicle, Doosan Fuel Cell, Doosan Turbomachinery Services, and Doosan GridTech are strengthening their presence in the U.S. market in the areas of construction equipment, logistics equipment, and energy. b

Doosan will also give fans exclusive access to select ALDS batting practices and press conferences in realtime via Facebook Live. “We are honored to be an official partner of MLB and to collaborate with our league partners to share the Doosan story and create content for baseball fans across the globe,” said Rich Goldsbury, President of Doosan Bobcat in North America and Oceania. “We are the fastest growing infrastructure support business in the world and our partnership with a marquee property like MLB allows us to further grow our winning Doosan brand in the critical U.S. market.” The partnership extends through the end of the 2020 MLB season, with Doosan set to receive branding, media and hospitality benefits throughout the regular season and within MLB Jewel Events including the All-Star Game, Postseason and World Series during 2018, 2019 and 2020. “We’re very proud that Source: Doosan


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Changing Of The Guard New leadership at Tigercat. Tony Iarocci to step away from role of president and join board of directors. Grant Somerville steps up. Tigercat has announced that Tony Iarocci has stepped away from his position as president effective October 16, 2017. Tony has held the position of president since Tigercat’s inception in 1992, steering the company through rapid growth both in terms of product development and geographic market expansion amidst an of-

ten fierce competitive landscape, major economic downturns and other challenging externalities. “I have immensely enjoyed my work at Tigercat — the initial research of potential business opportunities that was necessary to warrant the formulation of a new company, recruiting start-up staff, product development and all the sales, marketing and customer service functions that went along with my role,” says Tony. “I wish to convey my deep appreciation to Ken

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Tony and Ken are rare,” says Grant. “I feel very fortunate to have been included in the creation and growth of Tigercat over the past 25 years, and to now assume more leadership responsibility. 2017 marks my 40th year working within forestry and machinery manufacturing. I see a promising future for our industry

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Foundational Policies Can Lead To Bright Future For Canada’s Mineral And Mining Industry As Canada’s Energy and Mines Ministers convene for their 74th annual conference, a national coalition of mining associations is recommending several government actions to help unlock billions of economic activity across the country, address climate change, bolster reconciliation efforts with Indigenous peoples, and secure Canada as the world’s top supplier of sustainably-sourced minerals and metals in an increasingly lower carbon global economy. A brief submitted by the Canadian Mineral Industry Federation (CMIF) details six policy areas where provincial collaboration and action by governments can enhance Canada’s ability to attract new mineral investment and expand the mineral and mining industry’s vast socio-economic contributions to Canadians: 1. Improve the regulatory process: Given the importance of the regulatory regime to the mining industry’s competitiveness and Canada’s ability to compete against other countries for new mineral investment, it is critical that current reviews of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, the Fisheries Act, and the Navigation Protection Act result in an effective, timely and coordinated regulatory process, from pre-environmental assessment (EA) to post-EA permitting, with meaningful consultation. 2. Support Indigenous participation in the mining sector: The mining industry is the largest private sector employer of Indigenous peoples in Canada on a proportional basis, is a leading supporter of Indigenous businesses, and makes major investments in skills training and community initiatives. Governments can further enhance the participation of Indigenous peoples in the industry through investments in health, education and skills training, and implementing government resource revenue sharing mechanisms. Building on strengths, government should leverage industry as a platform to advance meaningful Indigenous economic reconciliation.

3. Adopt effective climate change policies: An effective climate change policy leads to meaningful emissions reductions while enabling the Canadian economy to grow. It needs to be carefully designed to ensure the competitiveness of emissions-intensive and trade-exposed (EITE) sectors, like mining. Failing to protect EITE sectors will lead to mineral production moving to competitor countries with less stringent climate change policies. Critical for the mining sector is that policies must also be compatible to minimize compliance burden, and sensitive to changing economic and geographical realities such as those in Canada’s remote and northern regions where few options exist to fuel switch from diesel. 4. Carefully consider land use and withdrawals: Withdrawal of highlyprospective areas is reducing the attractiveness of Canada as an exploration destination. Canadian governments should ensure that mineral potential is factored into all land withdrawal decision-making processes, and that land use planning and withdrawal decisions are balanced and made through systematic and structured processes. 5. Address the costs of operating in remote and northern Canada: The future of Canada’s mineral industry lies increasingly in remote and northern regions, and the current infrastructure deficit acts as a major barrier to opportunities for greater wealth discovery and production. The CMIF supports the creation of the Canada Infrastructure Bank and encourages the federal government to ensure that it has a pathway for remote and northern Canada, including infrastructure projects that benefit both industry and local and Indigenous communities. 6. Support industry’s innovation investments: To help Canada become the leading supplier of sustainably-sourced minerals and metals, and the technologies the world needs to best extract them, government and industry collaboration

our products. Canada’s mining industry, which operates some of the lowestemitting, highest-tech, and socially-responsible mining operations globally, is looking forward to working with governments, communities and Indigenous peoples to get the foundational pieces in place to foster future growth and achieve our collective vision,” stated Pierre Gratton, President and CEO, the Mining Association of Canada. “Industry and government have an opportunity to work together to enhance exploration financing, infrastructure development and the regulatory certainty needed for a successful mineral exploration and mining industry in Canada, a sector that is increasingly recognized for its innovation and sustainability. Mineral exploration and mining is a proven economic driver for Canada, providing critical job opportunities for remote and Indigenous communities, and must remain a source of employment for generations to come,” says PDAC President Glenn Mullan. b

is needed. This includes government support for the proposed CLEER (Clean, Low-energy, Effective, Engaged and Remediated) Clean Resources Innovation Supercluster, led by the Canada Mining Innovation Council and the Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation. In recent years, the CMIF made recommendations to help make the Energy and Mines Ministers’ Conference more productive. The CMIF thanks the event organizers for acting on these recommendations, which has resulted in a new format that allows for greater government-industry collaboration on shared and strategic priorities. Quotes: “We share the same vision as governments across this country that Canada can be a leading supplier of the minerals and metals the world needs, both today and in a lower carbon future, which will only serve to increase the demand for Source: Mining.ca

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Kinder Morgan Joins Forces For Pipeline Project Kinder Morgan Texas Pipeline LLC, a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan, Inc., DCP Midstream, LP and an affiliate of Targa Resources Corp. announced they have signed a letter of intent with respect to the joint development of the proposed Gulf Coast Express Pipeline Project (GCX Project), which would provide an outlet for increased natural gas production from the Permian Basin to growing markets along the Texas Gulf Coast. The participation of the three parties involved with the GCX Project is subject to negotiation and execution of definitive agreements among KMTP, DCP Midstream and Targa. As part of the definitive agreements, Targa and DCP Midstream would commit significant volumes to the proposed project, including certain volumes provided by Pioneer Natural Resources Company (NYSE: PXD) (Pioneer), a joint owner in Targa’s WestTX Permian Basin system and one of the largest producers in the Permian Basin. The capacity of the GCX Project is expected to be approximately 1.92 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) and would include a lateral into the Midland Basin, consisting of approximately 50 miles of 36-inch pipeline and associated compression to serve gas processing facilities owned by Targa, as well as facilities owned jointly by Targa and Pioneer. The expected in-ser-

vice date of the pipeline continues to be scheduled for the second half of 2019, pending the timely completion of definitive agreements with shippers and a final investment decision by the three parties. Per the terms of the letter of intent, KMI would build, operate and own a 50 percent interest in the GCX Project, and DCP Midstream and Targa would each hold a 25 percent equity interest in the project. “We are thrilled to have Targa join DCP Midstream and Kinder Morgan in developing the project and to add both Targa and Pioneer as major customers on the proposed system,” said Kinder Morgan Natural Gas Midstream President Duane Kokinda. “With DCP Midstream and Targa, we now have two of the premier gathering and processing supply aggregators in the Permian Basin on board, as well as one of the Basin’s largest producers with Pioneer. The commitments of these parties confirm our premise that combining supply source optionality in the Basin with unparalleled market access on the Agua Dulce end provides an attractive takeaway solution for the parties developing natural resources in the Permian Basin.” “We are excited to have the opportunity to expand our portfolio of integrated assets and customer offerings in the Permian which would Source: Kinder Morgan

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Hyundai Expands Hi-Mate Remote Management System Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas recently announced the addition of its exclusive HiMate remote management system as standard on four Hyundai compact excavators, including three crawler models and one wheeled model. Hi-Mate uses GPS technology to track Hyundai construction machines at any time and in any location. The system monitors key machine components such as the engine, hydraulics and electrical system. Hyundai provides free use of Hi-Mate for five years on the standard cellular configuration, which sends and receives data from machines in the field via cellular networks. Configuring Hi-Mateequipped machines with satellite connectivity requires the purchase of additional hardware and a subscription. Hi-Mate previously was available only on the Hyundai HX series of fullsized crawler excavators,

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Arctic Road Show Completion of Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway fulfils long-time national dream By Graham Chandler holes to confirm suitability. “The really good material we could scrape but for the most part to haul that material we had to do a lot of blasting. With good patterns it worked out really well.” Most of the pits will be retained for ongoing maintenance over the years and for community gravel sources. The geotextile is an important but labour-intensive part of the operation. “We put the cloth down, placed the fill over it and built it at least a metre thick,” Gruben explains. “We had a lot of guys on it and along with the culverts it took quite a crew. We had probably 15 or 20 working on geotextiles at any given time.” Overall labour force peaked around 600; approximately 80 percent Aboriginal, from Yukon as well as NWT and northern Alberta. The Inuvialuit Administration maintained a keen eye ensuring wildlife and environmental sensitivities were monitored and protected throughout construction. Progress is on schedule. As of late October, the team had 25 km left for final surfacing. “Then just grading, compacting and shaping, and over the next few days the boys will be putting the signs out and finishing the guardrails,” says Gruben. Remaining active equipment consisted of five graders, ten packers, one water truck, one excavator, ten clam-dumps, one loader and four bulldozers. Official opening will happen at both ends. Scheduled festivities include feasts, drum dancing, fireworks, ribbon-cutting, and more. Federal and territorial dignitaries will join in marking the historic day. “It is a huge Canadian project to connect from coast to coast to coast,” sums Gruben. “Once it’s connected it is going to be crazy. The Arctic Ocean will sell itself.” b

Aerial of the ITH somewhere in the middle. MERVEN GRUBEN

The highway passes through two distinct ecoregions that challenged the builders: the Mackenzie Delta and the Tuktoyaktuk Coastal Plain. The Mackenzie Delta ecoregion includes the southern twothirds of the Mackenzie River Delta and is mostly complex networks of lakes and interconnected channels. North and east of the Mackenzie Delta is the Tuktoyaktuk Coastal Plain. It includes the active portion of the delta as well as some uplands. It too is tricky for road building; being underlain by continuous permafrost with various forms of excess ice. Depth of the active layer (the portion that thaws seasonally) varies from 30 to over 150 cm. So avoiding alteration of or damage to the permafrost was an overriding concern in developing the plan and undertaking construction. Traditionally, road building follows ‘cut and fill’ techniques—cutting into the higher parts of the terrain and filling the lower. With the ITH that couldn’t be done; it would mean slicing through protective layers of organics, exposing permafrost. Instead the design is fill only, sourcing gravel from borrow pits along the way. Geotextile fabric is placed under the fill along the highway’s entire length. “You are not allowed to disturb the permafrost; it will screw up your foundation,” explains Gruben. Construction was started from both ends to minimize overall build time. At the Tuktoyaktuk end, building started about 20 km south of the hamlet where an earlier road was already complete. Gruben says one of their biggest surprises was a lack of good gravel source material. Because construction was done in winter, “it was all frozen of course.” They identified pits by eroded areas, then drilled bore-

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n par with the transcontinental railroad and the TransCanada Highway, an all-weather road network uniting Canada from coast to coast to coast has long been a nationbuilding vision. On November 15th the dream will crystallize. That’s when the InuvikTuktoyaktuk Highway (ITH) is scheduled for a grand opening. For the first time it will be possible to drive to Tuktoyaktuk—until now accessible only by air, sea or winter road— any time of year. The $229.3 million contract to build the 120-km highway—the NWT’s largest infrastructure project— was awarded in early 2014 to a local company, EGTNorthwind Ltd. It’s a joint venture partnership between E. Gruben’s Transport Ltd. of Tuktoyaktuk and Northwind Industries of Inuvik, both 100 percent Inuvialuit-owned. The builders come with generations of northern construction experience. “My grandfather and my dad started the company here in the 1950s with dog teams,” says Merven Gruben, vice president of E. Gruben’s Transport and director of the EGT-Northwind partnership. It all started to come together about four years ago. “We had been lobbying for this road for years and years,” says Gruben, who was the mayor of Tuktoyaktuk for six years to 2013. The effort included videos and several trips to Ottawa. “We got the attention of the Prime Minister [Stephen Harper] and he came to Tuk,” he recalls. The entire length lies in permafrost, so planning took meticulous research, study and analysis. Every section of the route demanded close examination and investigation for its unique features, both above and below the surface.

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John Deere Adds SmartGrade Capabilities To The 650K Crawler Dozer John Deere SmartGrade is now available on the 650K crawler dozer, joining the 700K, 750K and 850K models equipped with the technology. The integrated Topcon 3DMC2 Grade Control System improves job site accuracy and work quality — delivering precise grading performance while

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ing), load setting (high, medium, low) and soil conditions (hard, packed, loose). This feature stops slippage before it occurs by automatically lifting the blade. It also reduces the number of passes required to complete a job, reducing the wear of the undercarriage over time. John Deere dozers equipped with SmartGrade technology are approximately 7 percent more accurate, than those with conventional masted systems. All SmartGrade machines are now available in LGP or XLT track configurations. The LGP configuration is ideal for customers who operate on low ground pressure conditions, such as damp or wet terrains, or on a steep slope. LGP models contain a wider than usual track gauge that provides excellent stability and blade control for light grading jobs. In contrast, the XLT configuration is best for rocky terrains and can withstand heavier loads.

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Terex Trucks’ Haulage Heritage Heads At The International Mining Convention Terex Trucks showcased what service excellence looks like at the International Mining Convention in Mexico. The Expo Guadalajara, which is located in the central region of the Mexican state of Jalisco, the Scottish articulated and rigid frame truck manufacturer had representatives attend 592 Lilac Cres., Campbell River, BC V9W 7G6

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Langley New Car Dealer Recognized For Significant Electric Vehicle Sales The New Car Dealers Association of BC (NCDA), announced Langley-based Preston Chevrolet Cadillac Buick GMC has won a coveted Clean Energy Vehicle for BC (CEVforBC) Green Star Award for their significant growth in electric vehicle (EV) sales. Preston Chevrolet Cadillac Buick GMC has

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HDPE Pipe With Recycled Resin Maintains Structural Integrity Researchers at Villanova University recently completed a study of the performance of corrugated, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe containing recycled HDPE resin in commuter rail installations, finding its performance to be indistinguishable from pipe made from virgin material. The three-year field and laboratory evaluation is an important step in validating the use of corrugated HDPE pipe manufactured with recycled materials for commuter railroad and highway applications. The study was funded cooperatively by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority (SEPTA) and the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Project 4-39. ”The railroad industry is reliant on drainage infrastructure materials that are sustainable and resilient

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of customers remains the highest concern for Volvo CE, which is currently investigating factory solutions for all of its smaller machines. Volvo recently demonstrated the EX2 prototype – a fully electric compact excavator that delivers zero emissions, 10 times higher efficiency and 10 times lower noise levels – at the Volvo Group Innovation Summit in London earlier this year. It is believed to be the world’s first fully electric compact excavator prototype. While the concept machine is purely a research project at this stage, Volvo CE continues to develop technologies connected to electromobility, intelligent machines and total site solutions that benefit customers and the environment. “Considering the seriousness of air pollution, and the moves governments are making to highlight it, this is an area we believe will continue to be high on the agenda and one we are committed to finding solutions for,” Deleu concludes. b

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giving was the announcement that TransCanada has scrapped its $15.7 billion Energy East pipeline proposal, after the National Energy Board (NEB)

changed the regulatory review process and after it was clear there was no way around the opposition from local and provincial politicians in Quebec.

In a decade, we have gone from a country on the verge of becoming a global energy superpower to a place where, because we have so little access to international markets for our oil, we have to sell it at a discount to the United States. This is a $48 million daily gift to our neighbours, who export their own oil at the full international market price. Sadly, this is self-inflicted. Canada is now a country where it is simply becoming too difficult to build big infrastructure projects. Earlier this summer, Desjardins announced it will refuse to finance Canadian energy projects. The oil and gas sector directly employs more than 425,000 Canadians and are the largest source of private sector investment in the country. It’s hard to imagine a leading national financial institution in China, Germany, Singapore or the U.S. abandoning a major sector of their economy – it would be an unacceptable national betrayal. Yet, this announcement conjured a collective yawn from most Canadians as though it is routine and without consequences for our national economy. As federal and provincial governments across Canada have made regulatory approval and permitting process increasingly complicated, time-consuming and expensive, one could be forgiven for thinking they are doing their level best to shut down our energy economy. Well,

November 2017 their plan is working. Consider that TransCanada just spent $1 billion on due diligence for Energy East and has absolutely nothing to show for it. The energy sector in our country is slowly being hollowed out – talent, opportunity and familysupporting jobs are slipping away. Over the past three years, there has been an exodus of international investors from Canada’s oil and gas sector. The largest players in the world are leaving and are not coming back. Too often in Canada, the rules change, the goal posts are moved, and companies seeking to invest billions of dollars, create jobs and provide opportunities for Canadians are unjustly vilified in the process. In British Columbia, the Site C clean energy project – which has been under construction for two years – is now being forced to undergo yet another review. This, after years of independent reviews and government approvals upheld in no less than 14 court challenges. Petronas threw in the towel on its $36 billion LNG project to export natural gas from B.C. to markets in Asia hungry for cleaner sources of energy than coal or oil. And the new provincial government in B.C. launched a last-minute challenge to the $7.4 billion Trans Mountain Pipeline project, asking the court to overturn all the National Energy Board and federal cabinet approvals. This,

after a decade of effort, a 29-month independent review by the NEB, and federal and provincial government approvals. It’s easy to say it was never in the cards for Canada to become an energy super power and some do. But it does not help when every conceivable roadblock is placed in the path of companies that have the vision, capital and courage to try. The past few weeks have been dominated by conversation over changes to the small business taxes. Shockingly, some say we have too many small businesses in Canada and that not enough of them grow into larger enterprises. That’s a matter of opinion, but surely the answer is not to penalize Canadians who want to start a new venture or who are managing small businesses that are the lifeblood of our economy and to label them tax cheats. Unfortunately, we are losing sight of what it takes to attract investment, create opportunities and compete internationally. And, by this measure, Canada’s loss is the gain of its competitors – countries focused on fostering growth, attracting investment, and getting their natural resources to markets. The brash and bold character that built our great country is in danger of being read about only in the pages of history textbooks. b By Chris Gardner, President, Independent Contractors and Businesses Association

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Volvo CE Fuels Workforce Development In North America Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) is continuing its support for the construction industry and helping to address the skills gap. Over the summer, Volvo CE donated an excavator to support operator training programs at Pennsylvania College of Technology, and participated in SkillsUSA and Skills Compétences Canada’s annual competitions. “In the U.S., an estimated 600,000 manufacturing jobs went unfilled in 2011 and could grow to over two million in ten years, according to a report from the Manufacturing Institute and Deloitte,” said Chuck Wood, vice president, Human Resource Management and Administration, Sales Region Americas, Volvo CE. “That’s a vast skills gap we could face, which is why it’s important for us, as an industry leader, to help support the future of our industry.”

Teaming up with its dealer Highway Equipment & Supply, Volvo CE donated equipment, including an EC220D excavator, to the operator training program at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Both companies have spent more than a decade supporting Pennsylvania College of Technology with equipment donations and other training resources. Ryan Flood, vice president with Highway Equipment, also serves on the program’s advisory council. Located in Williamsport, Penn., the college is affiliated with the Pennsylvania State University and has more than 5,000 students. “The coursework at Penn College is more involved. We are learning the basics behind how to approach a job, as well as GPS technology and grading,” said Makenzie Witmer, a student of the program.

Demand is high for students who completes the college’s degree in heavy construction equipment technology with an operator emphasis. “The placement rate of our operator program is around 96%. The demand is large, as a lot of our older generation of operators is retiring,” said Ryan Peck, operator training program instructor at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Supporting The Future Volvo CE also participated in SkillsUSA and Skills Compétences Canada’s annual competitions, which took place in Kentucky, U.S., and in Manitoba, Canada, respectively. During the events, Volvo CE and its partners — American dealer Rudd Equipment Company and Canadian dealer Westcon Equipment & Rentals Ltd. — exhibited equipment, offered students simulator training, and participated

in panels discussing skills students needed to stay competitive in the industry. “It was very rewarding to share the exciting changes happening in our field of expertise with the younger generations and to encouraged them to start a career in the industry,” Wood said. “The energy in the experienced professionals who served as judges and exhibitors was also high, and it’s refreshing to see them transferring expertise and skills knowledge to young students.” Even though new technologies are makings jobs faster and easier, Wood advised that students should continue to develop and hone in on basic skills to maintain competitiveness. “For example, a pilot should be able to navigate a plane smoothly even if the autopilot is not available,” Wood said. “Good skills not only lead to jobs, but also serve as the foundation from where you grow to achieve greater career success.” The SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference attracted more than 15,000 students, teachers, education leaders and representatives from over

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From left to right: Ryan Flood, vice president of Highway Equipment & Supply; Tyler Breon, student at Pennsylvania College of Technology; Ryan Peck, operator training program instructor at Pennsylvania College of Technology; Brian Hoffman, account representative at Highway Equipment & Supply; Makenzie Witmer, student; and Justin Beishline, assistant dean for the School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

600 national and regional corporations, trade associations and labor unions. About 6,000 state contest winners competed in 100 different trade, technical and leadership fields at this national event. The Skills Canada National Competition attracted 7,500 students from across Canada. More than 500 students from secondary or post-secondary schools were tested on their skills in six different sectors, including construction, manufacturing and engineering, employment,

information technology, transportation and service. Based in Louisville, Ky., Rudd Equipment provides complete equipment sales and service support to the mining, construction and associated industries in America. Headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Westcon Equipment & Rentals Ltd. supplies products and services to the construction, aggregate, road building and forestry markets in Canada b Source: Volvo

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2009 John Deere 2954DLL excavators. $4,000. All C / w : 2 0 0 9 W a r a t a h Located in Vernon, BC HTH624C Processing deanross65@hotmail.com H e a d ( c / w : T o p S a w , Thumbnail Rollers, DEAN: (250) 308-9923 Butt Saw, Timbermatic Can’t find what you are Computerized Measuring looking for? Thousands of System) Log Loader Front, more machines and equip- Rear Entry Forestry Cab on 60” Riser, Forestry ment for sale on: MINES Guarding Package w/ www.supplypost.com Auxiliary Fuel Tank, Placer Gold Property Highwalker Undercarriage 4Sale, 7 Legacy claims PARTS w/ 28” DBP, $189,500. (1970’s), 6 groups staked ForesTech Equipment in recent yrs. Total 13 1995 Hitachi EX300-3 LL, Call Tim Lloyd claim blocks all adjoining. burnt, parting out; 1999 PHONE: (250) 703-3551 971.2 Hectares, $250,000. Hitachi 330-5 LL, burnt, Next Advertising Deadline All weather road to prop- parting out; 2005 ZX-200 is: Jan. 20, 2017. Call erty, 5km off the Barkerville Hitachi excavator, part- Sheryl for rates. CALL: 1-800-663-4802 Hwy. No text messages, ing out. 1998 Cat 330 please leave voicemail.. excavator, parting out. Can’t find what you are Phone for more info. looking for? Thousands of Miscellaneous Cat 14G MEL: (250) 983-5129 more machines and equipGrader, parting out. ment for sale on: Sign up for the Supply Post PHONE: (604) 240-7977 www.supplypost.com mailing list – call today: TOLL FREE: 1-800-663-4802

Cat 980F. Asking $69,000 OBO. 2004 Cat 980G. Asking $129,000 OBO. Langley, BC. MINING dave@infinitywest.ca Superior variable speed PHONE: (604) 240-7977 Grizzly belt feeder. Hopper LOGGING EQUIP. is 20 ton capacity. 200 hrs use. $40,000. Located in YK. auremalliance@hotmail. com PHONE: (509) 951-3156 Used logging equipment, off hwy trucks, parts and more. British Columbia, Canada. linkpartsltd.com sales@linkpartsltd.com PHONE: (604) 908-0535 TF: (604) 240-7977

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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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1986 518 Grapple Skidder ......................................... CALL 1989 CAT D4H Grapple/Line track skidder ........... $48,000 1986 CAT D25C Rock Truck................................... $38,000 1989 Dresser TD15E w/angle blade, grapple, cab ......... ...........................................................................$41,000 1977 Dresser TD7E w/6 way, ripper, new motor ... $25,000 1979 Dresser TD8E w/6 way, winch .................$25,000 1996 Dressta TD9H w/6 way, winch .................$44,000 2008 Dressta TD9M w/6 way, Encl. Cab ...........$64,000 1974 Dresser TD15C w/angle blade, winch ......$24,500 2011 Dressta TD20M w/cab, ripper, 1,746 hrs$350,000 1977 Clark 667C Line skidder ...........................$15,000 2015 Case SV300-2 Skidsteer, 2,535 hrs .........$48,000 2006 Kobelco 290LC exc.,2 buckets, 6,500 hrs$80,000 TD15C clearing rake ...........................................$3,500 TD12C clearing rake for 6 way ...........................$2,500 TD25C-E-G new track group ..................................CALL 20.5 x 25-L5 tires (2) excellent..............................CALL TD20E-G-H full-u blade .........................................CALL Pullmaster R7-15-135F winch ...........................$2,000 Gearmatic 22 Winch ................................................ $3,200 Kubota 20kw Gen Set .............................................. $7,000

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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 2011 - 950H Wheel Loader ......................................................... $99,000 2008 - 930H Wheel Loader c/w Bucket.................................... $77,500 2007 - 420E Loader Backhoe Extenda-hoe.............................. $60,000 2006 - SK210LC - Warratah Processor .................................... $79,500 2005 - 950G - 30 Ton Forklif ........................................................ $30,000 2004 - IT28G Tool Carrier - c/w Bucket .................................. ..$67,500 2002 - 863 - Bobcat Skidsteer.................................................... $21,900 1998 - IT28G Tool Carrier - c/w Bucket ..............……………$60,000 1997- Log Loader - 325B Imac BnT Grapple ........................... $65,000 1993 - IT14F Tool Carrier Rebuilt Trans & Eng......................... .$34,000 DOZER ATTACHMENTS Blade - D7R - Dat Blade & C-Frame Cat .................................. $16,000 Blade - D7R - U-Dozer - Cat…………….……….. ............... $18,000 Blade - D8K U-Dozer - Cat ........................................................... $6,500 Brush Rake - D6R/T,D7R Adjustable EXC ................................... $8000 Brush Rake - D8K - Weldco Beales .......................................... .$6,000 Brush Rake - D9H - WBM 168” .................................................. "$7,500 Rear Hitch & Counter Weight D6T ............................................. $2,900 Ripper - D6N - Ripco MS.............................................................. $9,500 Ripper - D6R - Cat M/S ............................................................... $12,500 Ripper Shank - 850J,K John Deere AT334215........................... $1,500 Shank - D10T - Ripper Shank ...................................................... $6,500 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 - 950G/H - Cat BOE 114" .................................................. $7,000 Bucket - 966G - 125" GP……*New* .......................................... $7,000 Bucket - 980G - Cat Chip Bucket ................................................ $8,500 Coupler - 950H - WBM Q/A 3W22141......................................... $4,500 Coupler - 980H - Imac Q/C hydraulic.......................................... $5,900 Forks - 930G - IT QA 48" ................................................................ $3,500 Forks - 930H - Fusion 2008 Q/C 60".............................................. $6,500 Forks - 930H Q/C 53" ...................................................................... $4,000 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 QA .................................................................. $3,900 Teeth - Grapple Hensley (17) *New* .................................. $150 each Tires - 938G 20.5" x 25" (2) *New* .............................................. $3,000 Tires - CS56 23.26" Good Year Diamond Tread (2) ....................$3,500 MOTOR GRADER ATTACHMENTS Lift Grp. Front - 140M/160M - Hyd. Cat..................................... $6,000 Ripper - 140H - Cat M/S............................................................ $10,500 Ripper - 14H - Cat M/S.............................................................. $12,000 Snow Wing - 140M - WBM Lo-Pro........................................... $7,000 Snow Wing - 140H/160H - WBM Lo-Pro……..…….. ........... $5,000 Push Block - Champion ................................................................ $800 Push Block - 14M Front Block Assy ......................................... $2,750 Ripper - 16G - Partial .................................................................. $1,000 SKIDSTEER ATTACHMENTS Auger - 30C - Bobcat Auger c/w Bits ...................................... $4,200 Blade - S590 - Hyd Angle 94"…...*New* ................................. $2,750 Sweeper - SS - Sweepster 72".................................................. $4,100 EXCAVATOR ATTACHMENTS Brush Rake - 135 - 54"WBM QA *New* ................................. .$3,500 Brush Rake - 200 - 60" CWS Q/A *New* ................................. $4,500 Brush Rake 200 CWS Widestick 62"(btw ears16-1/2") ..................... ......................................................................................................... $4500 Brush Rake - 200 - 46" FAS QA *Missing tine* ....................... $2,500 Brush Rake 250 WBM Q/C 72"….*New*................................. $6,000 Bucket - 200 - 42" WBM Q/A AMI.*New* ............................... $4,900 Bucket - 200 - 54" Skeleton WBM Q/A "New" ......................... $5,500 Bucket - 200 - 61"-20" WBM Q/A Destec V Bucket ................ $3,500 Bucket - 250 - 30" Dig WBM Q/A .............................................. $3,950 Bucket - 250 - 60" WBM Q/A ..................................................... $4,500 Bucket - 250 - 66" C/U Finning QA............................................. $5,500 Bucket - 250 - 66" WBM Q/A Clean-up .................................... $4,500 Bucket - 330 - 42" WBM Q/A ..................................................... $2,000 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 - 200 - WBM Q/A............................................................ .$3,000 Ripper - 330 - Finning Q/A .......................................................... $3,500 Thumb - 330 - Caterpillar Hyd.................................................... $4,500


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EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE Call Ed at (250) 318-8870 Kamloops, BC www.e-quiptrading.com

EXCAVATORS / ROCK TRUCK / DOZERS / PACKERS / TRACK LOADER 1996 Hitachi EX270-LC 1O,O00 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 1987 Cat 963 Track Loader, Cab, Tooth Bucket, Winch, Runs Great, New Batteries. Go to Work Today! ...........Offers Welcome 1983 Cat 950-F Bucket, Grapple Loader, Good Runner, 3rd Valve, c/w Grapple and 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. ........................................................................... $34,500 2003 Cat 924-G w/Chip Bucket, Very Clean Machine, Cab, Air, Good Rubber, Delivery Today ......................................... $35,900 1999 Cat D6-M 11,800 Hours, Cab, Air, 6 Way Blade, Runs Great ......................................................................Currently On Rent MINI EXCAVATORS / 84” PACKER+ 2015 Case CX36-B Comes With 2 Buckets And Quick Change, Blade, Cab, Air Conditioning, Under 150 Original Hours ............... ..............................................Rent or Purchase. Offers Please! 1976 Raygo Rascal 84” Smooth Drum Good Rubber, GM Power, Runs And Packs Well. OROPS ......................................... $13,500 LOGGING EQUIPMENT 1997 Cat 330BL High Rise Log Loader Butt N Top Grapple, Excellent Undercarriage, New Batteries, Runs Great, Looks Good Immediate Delivery, Time To Go!! ................. Make Me An Offer! 2005 Hyundai 210LC-7 Log Loader, Hi Rise, Rear Entry Cab. 13,000 Hrs, Overall Good Condition, CWS Power Clam. ................ 2013 Tigercat 875 Log Loader, A Beauty, CWS Power Clam, Financing Avail. .... Call Ed For Complete Description And Price TRUCKS AND TRALERS 2007 Kenworth Tri Drive c/w 2015 Arctic Quad Trailer, 2 9’6” Short Log Bunks (truck), BC Certified, ISX 475 Cummins,18 Spd, Neway Air Ride, Quad Type Cab Guard, Ride Pipes And Air Hitch, Brand New BC MVI, Rebuilt Air Conditioner, Like New Rubber, Loaded, Very Clean, Competitive Financing Available, 678,000Km. Mounted Complete For Asking .................. $134,500 2007 Peterbilt Tri Drive W/Arctic Tridem Pole Trailer, 600Hp Cat Engine, 20,000Lb Front Axle,46 Rears On Pete Air Track,18 Spd Trans, Complete Rebuild On 1996 Arctic Tridem Trailer On Air Ride Suspension ............................................................ $75,900 2006 Kenworth T800 Tri Drive W/Peerless Tridem Pole Trailer, 425 Cat 6Nz Serial #, 18 Spd Trans, c/w 2003 Peerless Tridem Pole Trlr On Air Ride ....................................................... $75,900 1999 Del 14’ Gravel Pup X-City, Great Shape, New BC MVI On Completed Sale, Tarp, Good 22.5 Rubber...... Offered At $11,500 1984 Peerless 20 Ton Pole Trailer With Anser Puppy Dog (Makes Nice Tridem) 8’6” Low Profile Bunk, Decent Rubber .................... ...................................................................... Offered At $7,450 2000 Aspen Tridem Removable Neck Lowbed, Excellent Condition, New BC MVI, Lowpro Rubber, Aluminum Wheels, 9ft 6” wide, Air Ride, Full Beavertails, Boom Stand, Hard to Find....... .....................................................Financing Available $69,500 ATTACHMENTS, ETC. 966-F Weldco M-26 Log Grapple, Good Shape.................. $6,500 ZX270 Hitachi Dig Bucket, Clean Up And Hyd. Thumb w/Cylinder, ..........................................Will Separate Or Sell As A Package 2 40’ High Cube Containers .................................. Used In Stock 1 20’ One Way Container .............................................. In Stock All Containers Are Available For Monthly Rent! Like New Arctic Logging Cab Guard Take Off, Very Straight . $1,750 One 20’ Custom Office / Storage Container In Stock, Window And Man Door, Insulated And Wired, Steel Partition To 10 ft Storage Room With Two Double Locking Swing Doors.great First Aid Room!!................................................................ Make An Offer! Custom Built Office, First Aid Containers, Let Us Know What You Want, We Can Build It. ...........................................................Call Custom Built 20Ft Truck Deck With Cabguard, Ramps, 2 in. Fir Deck 8’6” Wide. 20’ Deck, Cab Guard, Excellent Condition. Painted Red ....................................................Make us an offer!

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Quality, built in BC to your specs, Screen Decks 3’ x 5’ to 5’ x 10’, Conveyors, Feeders, Placer. Kelowna, BC. Juniper Equipment Ltd. Mobile Dimension Mod. PHONE: (250) 470-8987 127, VW power, elec. start Superior variable speed power lift, Can be seen 2007JCB/Vibromax Grizzly belt feeder. Hopper working! Asking $11,500. Model VM132PD 84” FBC Rentals, Gibsons, BC is 20 ton capacity. 200 hrs Padfoot, 2,770 Hours KEN: (604) 886-8602 use. $40,000. Located in $59,000. o.b.o. OR: (604) 290-8209 Yukon. (250) 287-1214 (JIM) auremalliance@hotmail. D o y o u f o l l o w u s o n com Twitter? Go to this link and PHONE: (509) 951-3156 follow us today! PORTABLE SAWMILLS supplypost.com/twitter INDUSTRIAL SAWMILLS SAND SCREWS BLADES & BLADE MAINTENANCE. PHONE: (877) 866-0667

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

Equipment For Sale Online – We have thousands of 90’ Contour Packer/ equipment & trucks for sale Roller. 12 wheel, 90’ width. at SupplyPost.com! Log on Greystone 36” x 25’ single $21,970. Red Deer, AB. 2014 Tigercat 630D, screw fine material washer today... PHONE: (403) 396-1208 www.supplypost.com 5,300hrs.Warranty on powGood operating condition ertrain, Cummins engine / $22,500 SCREENERS Engine, 260HP, 35.5 x 32 HUGH: (604) 657-7167 tires. $267,000. Hearst, ON SAWMILLS Jean’s Diesel Shop Ltd. Handy Hitch gravel ballast packer/rollers, easy Accessories for Wood Jeansdieselshop.com access, 6,000 lb doublemclosier.jeans@ntl.sym Mizer Edger, twin blade, ended spindles, 14 ply patico.ca tires. $19,337. Red Deer, never used, 3 phase, c/w 2 2014 Elrus 6x20 triple PHONE: (705) 362-4478 roller tables. $12,000. AB. screen box on a 2008 PHONE: (250) 505-9915 PHONE: (403) 396-1208 SNOW WING chassis. Recent work Ph: 403-720-3494 completed since photo. 4SALE complete snow Mark Cell: 403-519-7254 $134,000. Vernon, BC. wing tower off of a 740 ENGINE & PARTS LTD. mark@albertaengine.com O k a n a g a n Q u a l i t y Champion, no blade. $150. Control Ltd. Sicamous, BC. adamh@okqc.ca PHONE: (250) 833-7749 CAT • C7 Used ...........................................................$6,900 PHONE: (250) 803-2930 TRAILERS • 3116 RB LB .....................................................$9,500 • C13 Needs Work .............................................$5,500 • 3116 RB ........................................................$11,900 • 3126 Used .......................................... $3,500-$4,900 • C7 New ..........................................................$16,900 • C7 RB LB .......................................................$12,900

Alberta

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CUMMINS • 4B3.9 65 HP Used ...........................................$6,500 • NTC 400 BC .....................................................$8,900 • ISL Used ..........................................................$8,500 • 4BT3.9 25 KW Kohler Gen Set ........................$9,500 • 4BTA3.9 RB LB................................................$5,900 • 6BT5.9 Used Rotary Dodge .............................$2,000 • ISB 5.9 Used 2004 ..........................................$5,900 • ISB 5.9 RB LB 04-07 Dodge............................$6,400 • 6CTA8.3 RB LB................................................$9,700 • ISM Used 2006 ...............................................$9,500 DETROIT • 60S DDECIII 500 HP .......................................$6,900 • 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 • 4HK1TC Isuzu Used 2005 ...............................$5,900 • 6.0 RB LB Ford ................................................$5,900 • 6.4 RB LB Ford ................................................$7,900 ENGINE PARTS & OH KITS • Call For Pricing

1-800-361-7333 · Mark Cell: 403-519-7254 64166-426 Ave E Aldersyde, AB T0L 0A0

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BM&M 3’ x 8’ two deck screen. Very low hours. Spare screens. $25,000 OBO HUGH: (604) 657-7167

1997 Peerless Tandem Jeep & Trailer, $15,000. Vernon, BC deanross65@hotmail.com PHONE: (250) 308-9923

Sexsmith Used Farm Parts Ltd. Sexsmith, AB www.usedfarmparts.com E-mail: farmpart@telusplanet.net

DISMANTLING: • LOADERS: Case 621, JD 644C, JD 544B, IT14B Cat, W14, W20 Case, MF 33D CRAWLERS: Komatsu D53A, Case 1150B FORKLIFTS: IHC 4500, MF 6500 • GRADERS: Champion 720A SKIDSTEERS: Cat 297, Gehl 4625, Melroe Bobcat 943, 863, 853, 843, 610, Case 1845, 420 NH BACKHOES: JD 610T, JD 310D, Case 580B, Case 780 TRENCHERS: Case 860

A LARGE SELECTION OF TESTED DIESEL ENGINES Cummins, Cat, Perkins, JD & Case

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TRUCKS

TRUCKS (Logging)

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TRUCKS (Off Hwy)

TRUCKS (Sand)

1969 Kenworth RF 55 ton Columbia trailer, 14’ bunks, Grizzly loader, 90-91 rear 2006 Arnes 50 ton expando, 27'-48' in well. Flip third axle, pull out OD lights c/w neck flip - Tri drive or tandem jeep friendly. recent CVI, tires about 80%, $52,000. Kamloops, BC North Thompson Trucking LTD www.norththompson trucking.ca rick.moore@norththomp sontrucking.ca PHONE: (778) 469-3904

2016 Reitnouer, 53’ Quad. 2 Tool boxes w/stainless steel doors, alum dunnage rack w/expanded alum. $50,000. Salmon Arm, BC Lasers Edge Truck & Trailer Repair mikelentz@shaw.ca PHONE: (250) 517-7657

2017 Cancade 37AR400, Tires like new. $55,000. Salmon Arm, BC. Lasers Edge Truck & 2015 Volvo 610 D16 I shift 1 9 9 6 K e n w o r t h T 8 0 0 Trailer Repair trans w/double lockers & mikelentz@shaw.ca SERCO SELF-LOADER PHONE: (250) 517-7657 fridge. $85,000. Salmon preDEF Log Truck, Arm, BC. $62,000 CAD with Lasers Edge Truck & $120,000 work for owner Trailer Repair

2004 Arnes Clam Dump, air ride, lined with a few extras, good condition, kept up. Needs boards & tarp. $30,000. Adair’s Demolition Ltd. Southey, SK. adairsdemolition@gmail. com PHONE: (306) 726-7938 1998 Aspen S/A lowbed Jeep, Air-Ride, short neck, steel bud wheels, $7,500. Prince George, BC PHONE: (250) 961-8864 2008 60 ton tri-axle lowbed, c/w loading ramps, double drop deck, certified. Excellent condition $48,500. PHONE: (306) 921-7583 OR (306) 752-2873

2006 Cat D5G LGP, 3357 Hrs, 6-Way Blade, Winch, New Arch. .................................................... $92,000

NEWLY LISTED:

VICTOR: (250) 956-2073

TRUCKS (Parts)

1990 Ford L9000, Surplus

For Parts, Terex 3066C

Fr ont / Belly Plow/ Sand

needs transmission work. Truck, Good cond. exc. Cranbrook, BC

tires. $18,950. Cranbrook,

mikelentz@shaw.ca

operator, BC.

tripelo@telus.net

BC.

PHONE: (250) 517-7657

PHONE: (250) 238-2274

PHONE: (250) 255-0416

PHONE: (250) 489-9502

OVERSIZED EQUIPMENT SERVICES Wayne Giles: 250-691-1650

Ashley Roney: 250-845-9169

PROCESSORS: 2004 JOHN DEERE 2054 Good Condition, 60% U/C, Full Forestry Guarding, Newer Engine, Hydraulic Pumps, Rotec Bearing, New Swing Box, New Pins

Equipment • Attachments • Used Parts

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

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

EXCAVATOR: Cat 330DLC (2006) cab, seat, heat, dig and CU ...............$88,000

& Bushings, Waratah 622B, Recent Rebuilt, New Monitor, Heat, A/C, Well

Cat 235DLC (1993) quick coupler ....................................$32,000

Maintained, Tight, No Issues. Located: Dawson Creek.....................$55,000 CAD

HYD LOG LOADER

2006 VOLVO EC210BF Very Good Condition, 60% U/C, New Hydraulic Pump, Waratah 622B, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Very Well Maintained, Tight, Ready To Work. Located: Fort St. John .............................................................................$59,000 CAD

SK380LL Kobelco, West Coast cab, live heal, 54” grapple ............ .........................................................................................$55,000

2012 HYUNDAI 2925-9WFM Very Good Condition, 70% U/C, Newer Turbo, New

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Air To Air, Newer Swing, New Swing Box, Resealed Control Valve, Newer

Sweeper to fit a Caterpillar IT, w/ broom ................................POR

Radiator, Full Forestry Guarding, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Southstar 585, Tight, Well

MONTHLY SPECIAL:

ends, Port McNeil, BC

Maintained, Work Orders Available. Located: Dawson Creek .......$140,000 CAD 2015 HITACHI ZX210F-3 Very Good Condition, 70% U/C, Southstar QS500, Heated Seat, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Tight, Well Maintained, Ready To Work ..$265,000 CAD

DOZERS:

Man Lift Genie Z45 (1999) 2 wheel drive .........................$9,000

ATTACHMENTS • 4 yd L120 bucket ........................................................... $1,500 • 3 1/2 yd 910EF/IT14F ..................................................... $3,500

Tamrock hydraulic rubber tired drill w/1238 copco hammer............................................... $97,500

1999 CATERPILLAR D7R XR Good Condition, 70% U/C, Newer Engine, Newer Ripper Teeth, New Seat, Heat, A/C, Well Maintained, Tight, Ready To Work.

• Orange peel grapple to fit a 220 size machine, free rotation ...... ..................................................................................... $14,000

INVENTORY:

Located: Dawson Creek ........................................................................$140,000 CAD

• Clamshell Bucket to fit a 330, double motor rotation ......... POR

• 1993 Volvo A25 ......................................$75,000 • Taylor THB 300L Fork Lift .............................. POR • 2005 Hitachi 250 Forester, 11,600 hrs, New U/C & boom. .

1997 CATERPILLAR D8R Very Good Condition, 90% U/C, 85% Ice Lugs,

USED TRACK GROUPS

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...................................................................................................................$255,000 CAD

................................................................ .POR

Finning M32 w/ M40 UC ............................... POR 1998 Vibromax 1103D Roller .....................$37,500 Weldco Clam Grapple, Like New .................$34,000 1995 PC300-5 Guarded w/ Grapple ..............$57,500 1996 Komatsu WA500 Bucket Machine ..........$69,000 Cat 313BSR 2 Bkts, Thumb, Rake, Blade .......$52,500 2010 580 Case 4400 Hours ........................$59,500 Assorted Heel Racks And Grapples .................. POR Tridem Highway Logging Trailer .................. $6,000 1996 Mac / Lowbed E7, 18sp, 400km ............$29,500 2004 Volvo EC 140 ..................................$97,000 Assorted Shoring for Pipelining ...................... POR 2007 Sterling / Can American Slinger XL19 ....$79,500 2003 John Deere 330 Forester Roadbuilder . $85,000 1999 PC 300-6 guarded Excavator............. $60,000 1986 D7G, U/C 40%, 6 way blade. ............ $55,500 Traxxon Tank Drill 671 GM VR 140 Hammer 750 CFM. POR Grizzley Behind Cab Loader. .................... $8,500 2007 Kenworth T800 Tri Drive 60 Ton Sleeper Boom Truck, removable deck. ....................... $180,000 • Moxy MT30 Articulated Truck. ................. $29,900 • Hitachi ZX 75 rubber pads, complete set, new. .... POR

*FINANCING AVAILABLE*

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Sweeps, Screens, DAT Blade (New Face & Cheek Plates), 4 Barrel 2 Shank Ripper, Newer Transmission, Torque, Radiator, Re-Bearing Engine, Pro-Heat, A/C, Heat, Tight, Well Maintained, Service History Available. Dawson Creek 2002 JOHN DEERE 750C LGP II Very Good Condition, 85% U/C, Sweeps, Screens, Rock Guards, 6 Way Blade, Winch, New Hydraulic Pump, Newer Cylinder Head, Newer Water Pump, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Freshly Serviced, Well Maintained, Tight, No Issues, Service History available. ........................................$55,000 CAD

SKIDDERS: 2013 CATERPILLAR 545C Very Good Condition, 50% Tires And Chains, Updated Transmission, Rebuilt Front Diff, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Tight, Very Well Maintained, Ready To Work. Located: Cranbrook ..................................................$175,000 CAD 2011 JOHN DEERE 748H Very Good Condition, 80% Tires and Chains, Grapple and Winch, 4 Way Blade, Newer Transmision (700 Hrs), Newer Front Diff, Newer Rear Diff, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Very Well Maintained, Tight, Ready To Work. Kamloops BC ...............................................................................$130,000 CAD

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Craig Blair Receives SFI President’s Award The Sustainable Forestry Initiative Inc. (SFI) announced the 2017 SFI President’s Award at the SFI Annual Conference held on September 28th. Craig Blair, President and CEO, Resource Management Service

(RMS) LLC is this year’s winner. Craig is recognized for providing the vision and strong leadership that helped Project Learning Tree (PLT) find a new home at SFI. Founded in 1976, PLT is an award-

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winning environmental education program that uses trees and forests as windows on the world to increase youth understanding of the environment and actions they can take to conserve it. Craig is a current

SFI board member who previously served as Chair of the SFI Board of Directors from April 2015 to April 2017. By providing leadership for PLT’s move to SFI, Craig showed how much we should all value the role youth education can play in caring for forests. “Craig was able to intuitively see the connection between environmental education and the long-term health and future of the forest sector. He

LNH EQUIPMENT EXCAVATORS

1998 CAT 966F Series 2, third valve, bucket machine, 12,500 original hrs .............................................................. $95,000 1984 950B c/w grapple, slip on bucket..................... $59,500 2011 John Deere 135D, 5700 hrs, blade, hyd. thumb, long

MAKI 11 SLACK LINE CARRIAGE, with Radio’s Recent

stick, 2 bkts with Q/A 50% undercarriage .............. $104,500

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

Samsung SE210LC, Cummins engine, Q/A, hyd. thumb, 7500

AMERICAN 5675 LOG LOADER, Work Ready ............ $37,500

SOLD hrs, clean unit. ..........................................................................

2008 CAT 420 ET, 4 X 4 , 4 n 1 Bucket, 2 Rear, Hoe Pack

2005 JD 744J, 3rd valve, c/w grapple, work orders available

Plumbed, New Tires, 6,300 hrs .................................... $75,000 CAT CS563E VIB. PACKER, Good Tires, Rebuilt Engine, Good Drum, Work Ready ............................................. $65,000 980 B, Running Condition ............................................. $22,250 1979 D6D CAT, c/w Carco Winch, Recent Motor, New U/C and Final Drives, Shows and Works Well ................ $40,000 35 Ft. ALUM. CREW BOAT, Needs Work, Cat 3208 ..................................................................................$15,000 OBO 1991 WESTERN STAR FLATDECK, 94,000 km, Has Front HIAB and Rear Power Gate & L-10. ............................ $29,500 1978 FORD LN800, 10 TON STINGER CRANE 3208 Engine, 10spd. trans, 16’ Deck. Good working condition, can be certified. .......................................................................... $15,000 ALUM. BOX LINER, 8 Ft. Late Model Ford .................. $1,500 LINCOLN 600 AMP, AC WELDERS, 3 Phase 240/480, Good Working Cond. .................................................................. $750 400 AMP, LINCOLN WELDER, With Perkins Diesel ... $2,500 PORT A POWER RAMS & PUMPS, 50 T to 125 T ........P.O.R. STIHL BOOM STICK AUGER BT120C ............................... $650 HONDA EM 5000 SX GAS GEN SET 120/240 ................ $1,200 TIMBERJACK SKIDDER, Older Unit, Phone/Text ..... $18,000

SOLD ............................................................................................. 1997 Cat 330BL, Q/A, dig bucket, hyd. thumb, 80% U/C ........ ................................................................................. $47,500 ASPHALT ROLLER

2010 Ammann AV 95-2K, ashphalt roller, 4800 hrs ..$24,500 FINAL DRIVES

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Hay Buster HD8 Portable Compact Tub Grinder, 4 cyl. JD Diesel, 700 hrs, conveyor .......................................... $21,500 Morbark Chipper 30RXL, 3412 CAT Engine, crane & grapple for self loading ................................ $75,000 Open to Offers ENGINES

Detroit 8V92, Runner ................................................. $1,500 PROCESSORS

2012 John Deere 2154D, 15,000 hours, Waratah 622B, work orders available .................................................... $118,000 WRECKING

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November 2017 also immediately understood what a strong fit Project Learning Tree would be for SFI’s community engagement programs. When the decisions were being made about a shared future for PLT and SFI, Craig Blair was Chairman of the SFI Board, and he led the way in helping both the PLT and SFI community envision a stronger future having both initiatives under one roof,” said Kathy Abusow, President and CEO of SFI Inc. I truly believe the future is brighter for both Project Learning Tree and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative and most importantly for all those who benefit from their outreach and initiatives,” said Craig Blair, past Chair of the SFI Board. The decision to bring the PLT program under SFI’s umbrella is furthering SFI’s and PLT’s reach. Together, SFI and PLT are working to ensure today’s youth can be effective future leaders with a strong understanding of the value of responsibly Continued on page 47

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6280 Swing Grapple Yarder. The Cadillac of Yarders. Well maintained, excellent condition, complete with line and grapple. Can be viewed yarding. Available now. Sladey Timber Ltd, Madeira Park, BC Canada. dsladey@telus.net DOUG: (604) 740-1122

WYATT’S USED EQUIPMENT SALES & PARTS Cat D8R Dozer, c/w Angle Blade & Ripper..$235,500 2003 Komatsu PC220LC-7 Processor, 12,706 hrs .....................................................................$85,000 2014 Hyundai 3026 Processor, 3,700 Hrs .$376,500 1997 Peerless Tridem Hayrack ......................... $26,500 Tanguay TG88C Skidder ................................ $250,000 1997 Timberjack 933D Clam Bunk, 3,850 Hrs............... .........................................................................$135,000 Dresser TD20G Dozer ....................................... $49,500 2007 K-Line 10' Wide Tridem Lowbed, w/jeep & booster ............................................................$120,000 20' T/A Truck Flat Deck, like new ...................... $18,000 2007 Tanguay TG88E Grapple Skidder .......$350,000 Cat D6T Draw Bar, with counterweights............. $4,750 Dresser TD25G Ripper........................................ $2,500 Cat IT28F Rim .........................................................$700 2 Cat 525 Skidder Rims .................................$400 each Cat D5H Winch c/w Controls & Pump ............. $13,500 Cat D6D Winch.................................................... $4,000 4 John Deere Skidder Winches ................. $2,500 each Tree Tow Dresser TD20E Grapple .....................$9,500 Weldco Beales Log Grapple, fits 966D, E or F ...$4,500 (8) New OEM Cat HD Bkt. Teeth, c/w 1 tooth adapter, fits 988 or 990 ....................................$2,400 Cat 140M/160M Snow Wing WBM ....................$4,750 Cat D11 U/C, 6 sprocket segment, idler & roller ... $12,750 10' Wide Long Log Bunk................................ $1,250 Cat D6C LGP Straight Blade ........................... $6,000 Cat 966 D, E, F, Hydraulic Quick Attach ..........$5,250 Cat D7R C-Frame ...........................................$7,500 WBM Cat 973C Side Dump Bucket, Like New .....................................................................$12,000 Cat D7R Winch.............................................$12,500 100 Mile House, BC

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managed forests, a commitment to sustainability, the natural world that we depend upon, and the skills to make responsible decisions about the environment. PLT has consistently received prestigious awards and recognition from leading educational and community organizations. PLT state coordinators, workshop facilitators, and educators have won the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics

and Science Teaching and the Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators. More than one quarter of U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools are PLT GreenSchools. PLT’s instructional materials are aligned with state and national academic standards and meet or exceed the North American Association for Environmental Education’s Guidelines for Excellence. PLT’s Environmen-

tal Experiences for Early Childhood curriculum won a Learning Magazine Teachers’ Choice Award and PLT has also received straight A’s in environmental education from the California Department of Education. More than 20,000 educators attend PLT workshops every year and becoming an SFI program is helping PLT grow and reach new audiences in Canada and across the globe in diverse ways.

“SFI sees environmental education and community engagement as mutually reinforcing in large part because of Craig’s leadership at SFI and RMS. One of Craig’s signature educational initiatives at RMS was to launch a scholarship program for African American students to study forestry,” Abusow said. “On the economic front, Craig’s global experience in investment management, business

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development and client relations enhances SFI’s global perspective on emerging forestry and supply chain issues.” Craig became President and CEO of RMS in October 2010, with responsibility for RMS’s investments and operating businesses in the United States, Brazil, China, Australia and New Zealand. As President, he leads an experienced team of forestry and financial profes-

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2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic, 103ci, 6spd, 20,900kms, Loads of Chrome, Loads of Extras. Trades Accepted. ..................................................................$21,500

TRUCKS & TRAILERS • 2014 Lodeline Clam Tridem ...................................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. • 1998 W/S Tri-Drive w/Tridem Pole Trailer .............POR. • 1986 IHC Tandem Water Truck ...................... $14,900. • 1994 w/s Service Truck w/Fassi Crane ............... POR. • 1995 Tremcar Potable Water Tanker, Tridem .. POR. • 1989 Decap Tridem Belly Dump .................$18,500. • 2014 BWS Ez-2-Load Hiboy 53' Tridem ............ POR. • 2004 Freightliner Tractor .................................. POR. • 2012 IHC Prostar Autoshift Tractor .................. POR. • 1994 Peterbilt 377, N14, 18, 46 ........................ 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. • 1980 Lincoln S/Drop Lowbed, 8’...................$9,500. • 1989 Hino & 1981 Ford, 20’ box, p/tailgate, Allison transmission ..................................................... POR. • S/A & Tandem Axle Jeeps................................. POR.

WRECKING • 793 JD Buncher • 2200 Madill • 748G Skidder • G67 Grapple • TD20E • Timberjack 450A & 520 Grapple Skidder • Hitachi EX200-5 • 230 & 404 Timberjack Line Skidder • Clark 668B Line Skidder • Clark 125B Loader • John Deere 693D • Treefarmer C7 & C8 Line Skidders • 82-40 Terex • TS24 • Warner & Swasey Grad-All 300 Hydro Cruiser • Good selection of Detroit Diesel, Allison, Clark, Twin Disc, Cat, Cummins and Perkins engine and trans. parts.

DOZERS 2010 D5K LGP 5,500 hrs, 3 shank 2bbl Ripper, 6 Way Blade, Auto Grease, Plumbed for GPS, Very Clean and Nice Dozer, Ready to Go to Work. .................................................$99,500 2002 D6N, 6,600 hrs. cab, 6 way blade, Ripper, 85% U/C, Fresh service .............................................................$94,500 TRUCKS 2011 Peterbilt 388, 550HP, Cummins ISX, 18spd, Full Lockers, 46 Rears, Lowbed Ramps, All New Rubber, 220,000kms, Small Sleeper, Very Sharp Truck .........$92,500 2009 Western Star, 530 Hp, 18 Spd, Full Lockers, 845,000 Kms, Wet Kit, 46 Rears, 32" Sleeper, Very Solid Truck. .......... ..................................................................................$50,500 1993 International 4700 S/A Tree Spade Truck, 342,000 Kms, DTA 360, 7 Spd, Holt 52 In. Tree Space, Works And Runs Great ................................................................$31,500 LOADERS AND SKID STEERS 1991 Caterpillar 926E, 75% Rubber, Tight Pins & Bushings, Hyd. Q/A, Bucket & Forks ...........Was $37,500 NOW $32,500 PACKERS (2) 1998 Caterpillar 433CS, 66” Smooth Drum, 3,900 Hrs, Good Rubber, Very Clean Machine, Ready to Work. ...$28,500 EXCAVATORS (2) 2009 John Deere 35Ds, 1,900 Hrs, Cab, AC, 2 Buckets, Thumb, Tight Machine ...............................................$42,500 2006 Hitachi ZX30, Zero Tail Swing, 2,350 Hrs, Hyd. Thumb, Q/A with Digging Bkt, Pattern Changer, Steel Tracks .................................................................................$26,500 1992 Takeuchi TB025, Cab, 2,700 Hrs, Swing boom, Rubber Track, Dozer, Very Clean, Runs Excellent.......$17,500 TRAILERS 1998 Peerless Tri-Axle Lowbed, Detachable Neck, Alum Wheels, 24ft x 8’6 deck, Air Ride, Good Decking, Matching Rubber, Fresh CVI at Time of Sale, Very Nice Lowbed ...$31,500 1996 Gerrys 50 Ton Tri Lowbed, Tri-Compatible, 10ft Wide, Detach/Flip Over Neck, Air Ride, Good Solid Bed .......$45,500 1986 Clemens 24’ End Dump, Quarter Frame, Tub Style, Liner, Tarp, 80% Rubber, Cert. ...Was $22,500 NOW $19,500

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PacLease Truck Rental Market Showing 20% Growth The heavy and mediumduty truck rental market is running on all cylinders with rental utilization in the PacLease system increasing markedly over the past four months. That’s the word from Chachi Hernandez, PacLease’s national director of rental operations. “In Class 8 rentals, we’ve seen a 20 percent jump across the country, with the West Coast being the hottest market – with a 25 percent increase over the past four months,” said Hernandez. “Prior to the spike, there were a lot of unknowns with where the economy was headed. But confidence has strengthened and the economy is growing. Increased rental activity signals an increase in leasing and sales of trucks. PacLease is well positioned with our customers – over the past five years our franchise rental fleet has been growing at an annual 8 percent clip.”

According to Hernandez, growth in the Class 6/7 medium duty segment is also heating up, “being driven in part by the seasonal need of the agricultural business,” he said. “Overall it’s strong too.” Hernandez said rental customers have unique needs and reasons to rent. “Traditionally, customers might have a truck in the shop and need a short-term replacement; or they get a new customer who needs immediate servicing now, and secure a rental unit to handle the business while they shop for a new truck. We’re also finding some customers who have ordered new trucks and use rental trucks as a bridge. Older trucks will have maintenance needs – many fleets trade them in when they order, or put them up for sale themselves. Those customers want the fuel efficiency and driver comforts a new truck offers.

PacLease Kenworth or Peterbilt rentals provide these benefits since we only carry new and late model units.” Canada Cartage, the largest contract carrier in Canada with more than 3,400 power units, is a prime example. “We typically rent 150 trucks at a time, and that’s just in the Ontario region,” said Don Smith, who serves as the Ontario operations fleet manager for Canada Cartage. “As we see spikes in business, we’ll rent trucks. And we use rentals as a bridge when we have trucks on order. We’ve been renting from PacLease for quite some time – we feel they’re second to none. They have new equipment, plus offer day cabs, straight trucks, and tandem axle units we like for our heavier loads. PacLease trucks are always very reliable, which is key for us since we have dedicated customers, and our

drivers love the comfort Peterbilts and Kenworths offer.” Hernandez offered these considerations to help customers find the right rental: Age of the Rental Trucks “Even if you plan to rent on the short-term, you should get a rental unit that will perform best in your operation – you don’t need to compromise,” said Hernandez. “Look for late model trucks to help ensure the truck is reliable

and features the latest technology to improve fuel economy, and driver comfort. Most national rental companies, like PacLease, buy new trucks for their rental fleets, but others take trucks coming off a full-service lease, and put those in the rental fleet.” Best Specs for Local Terrain “Look for rental trucks that were spec’d by your local lease/rental company for their own market,

and for ‘you,’” advised Hernandez. “Some rental companies offer the same rental trucks throughout the country, with the same specs. But, a truck driver in Florida has a different terrain to navigate than one in Colorado. As an example, if you live in areas with hills and mountains, make sure you have the horsepower and torque to make driving more efficient and productive. What’s more

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if you have a specialized operation and need to rent trucks, your local rental company might not have the perfect truck – but someone in their network, might. It’s not uncommon for a franchise to bring in a special rental truck that works better for their customer.” Reliability and Peace of Mind Is your rental truck going to be reliable and what happens if there is a problem on the road? “That’s an important question,” stressed Hernandez. “A well-maintained truck is a must and that’s the most important component in renting a reliable truck. That being said, trucks are mechanical and they can break down. If that happens, how will your rental company respond? You need to count on your rental company to provide immediate assistance -finding another truck and resolving any issues so you can complete your delivery.” According to Hernandez, PacLease is also seeing a steady climb in customers who rent before they lease. “It makes great sense

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers and we encourage it for those who are considering leasing for the first time,” he said. “You test drive a car before you buy it. The same approach works well for leasing. You should rent the truck you’re interested in leasing; see how well the lease/rental company takes care of that equipment and you; and how well your drivers like the truck. It takes the risk out of the commitment and helps a fleet make a smart business decision.” Still other renters see an uptick in business that may or may not turn into steady business. “In those cases a rental makes great sense. Rentals provide flexibility since you get a late model truck, and shorter-term options,” said Hernandez. “We also have customers who just like to rent – they want no risk at all in terms of truck ownership, or in having a multi-year commitment with leasing.” For Allen Heath, owner of Hotline Delivery, renting takes away all uncertainty. His company runs ‘hot shot’ local and regional deliveries within a 300mile radius of Dallas. “I’ll rent anywhere from 10 to 15 trucks from PacLease

at a time,” he explained. “This gives me more flexibility and I have the exact amount of trucks that I need. I know my costs, I know my margins, and I get the latest in technology with the new Kenworths and Peterbilts. And, I don’t have to worry about any of the maintenance. These trucks are reliable and they have me covered if there is ever an issue. I tried other rental companies in the past, but PacLease was the only one that really understood my business and partnered with us.” “There are a multitude of reasons why companies rent,” concluded Hernandez. “One key to success with rentals is getting a truck that matches your operation and picking a rental company that forms a partnership with you. When it comes to running your business, quality shouldn’t be something you have to compromise on. Forming a true business partnership will allow the rental company to focus on taking care of your fleet and give you more time to focus on taking care of your customers.” b Source: Paccar

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Finalists For 2017 Influential Woman In Trucking Award Women In Trucking Association (WIT) and Freightliner Trucks announced three finalists for the 2017 Influential Woman in Trucking award which highlights the achievements of female role models and pioneers in the trucking industry. This is the seventh year for the award which was developed in 2010 as a way to honour female leaders and to attract and advance women within the trucking industry. Nominees included women from all over the industry in corporate, manufacturing, supplier, owner-operator, driver, and sales or dealership roles. The 2017 Influential Woman in Trucking award finalists are: • Traci Crane, Sr. Manager Fleet Services, Contract Freighters, Inc. • Tana Greene, CEO and Founder, Blue Bloodhound • Daphne Jefferson, Dep-

Counsellor to the Chief of Staff at the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) in the Office of the Secretary (OST). Prior to serving as the Counsellor to the Chief of Staff, she served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration in OST. With the outstanding nominations submitted, it was extremely difficult for the judges to narrow it down to the finalists. The judges for the 2017 award are Ellen Voie, WIT President/CEO, Meredith Ochs, Talk Show Host, Sirius XM Radio, and Ramona Hood, President of Customer Operations, Transportation Logistics at GENCO, a FedEx company and the 2016 Influential Woman in Trucking award recipient. All three finalists have been asked to participate on a panel at the WIT Accelerate! Conference & Expo held in Kansas City, MO November 6-8. The winner will be announced at the general session panel discussion, “4 Steps Women Take to Become Successful Business Leaders” on Tuesday, November 7 at 8:45 am – 10:00 am. b

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International HX Series To Offer New Engine, Sleeper Options International Truck un- uptime will be available in raise the bar for vocational veiled its most recent prod- both the HX Series and the and severe-service vehicles uct expansion to its voca- all-new International HV by including our big bore engine that will reliably tional truck portfolio at the Series. “We’re thrilled to bring provide our customers with inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle Show. even more options to the the power and versatility to Expanding the Class 8 pre- vocational truck market meet any application.” Offering optimal mamium vocational truck with products that are reline-up, the International defining the standard for noeuvrability and excellent HX Series is now available uptime and productivity,” forward visibility designed in a 51 inch sleeper cab on said Michael Cancelliere, with the industry’s only both the HX520 and HX620 president, Truck and Parts. dedicated vocational lightmodels. The International “With the introduction of weight aluminium cab, A26 engine, a powerful the International A26 en- available 3.5 million RBM 12.4L engine designed to gine on our off-highway 0.5” huck-bolted single Camex_SP_Ad_191017.qxp_Supply Post Adwe 2017-10-19 1 and set-forward continue10:43 to AM rail Page frame, provide industry-leading products,

front axle built to tackle stringent axle weight restrictions, the HX Series more than delivers. Plus, premium features such as an all-metal grille, available dual external chromed air cleaners and halogen headlamps with LED daytime running lights conveys strength and professionalism moving its driver to the head of the class. “In our pursuit to be the leader in putting the driver first in all of our truck design and product offerings, we listened to our customers and their desire to have a sleeper option in the HX Series, a premium Class 8 vocational truck,” said Mark Stasell, vice president, Vocational Truck Group. “The HX520 and HX620 models will be available with an

November 2017 integrated 51” short sleeper cab for those drivers that need an incredibly rugged chassis designed to survive in punishing off-road applications and require a comfortable work space and roomy place to rest after a demanding day behind the wheel.” The HX Series addresses a full range of applications for the severe service industry. The trucks were engineered to withstand the most punishing job sites and include prime features such as a 40 degree wheel cut with 425 series tires for improved manoeuvrability and an all-new standard cab air suspension for a supremely comfortable ride. The HX Series is purposebuilt to deliver Uptime in every aspect of its productivity, efficiency, reliability and performance. “We’re excited to offer our customers the International A26 engine, designed with uptime in its DNA, on the HX Series and across our vocational truck line-up,” said Stasell. “Much like our Class 8 onhighway customers, they will experience a quieter ride, better fuel economy, and excellent corrosion prevention due to signifi-

cant enhancements built into the engine. The A26 will include vocational ratings on the HX Series that will deliver application specific torque and power for any job site while giving drivers maximum comfort from a quieter ride.” The HX515 and HX615 are powered by the International A26, a 12.4L engine, designed to provide industry-leading uptime, greater fuel efficiency, and quieter operation. Built from the proven MAN D26 engine crankcase, the A26 produces up to 475 horsepower and 1,700 lb.-ft. of torque from a design that is 600-700 lbs. lighter than a traditional 15L big bore engine. The A26 is also backed by the industry’s best warranty and is the first engine to meet the B10 standard that requires 90% of delivered engines to travel 1,200,000 miles before a major repair. Four HX Series models are offered, with both setforward and set-back front axle models in either short or long hood, depending on the application. • The HX515 is a 114” BBC Set-forward Axle Straight Truck with primary voContinued on page 53

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North America Traffic’s Portable Traffic Signals A Welcome Sight For City He may not directly hear or see them, but Dave Stickney fully understands that his arrival at a bridge or intersection is bound to elicit muttered words and the rolling of the eyes. Seeing him begin to set up portable traffic signals can only mean one thing to local residents: Weeks, if not months, of delays for their daily commutes. Seeing Stickney in action, the motorists instantly realize the bridge or road ahead is going to be down to one lane while the necessary upgrades are painstakingly completed. But to one expanding neighborhood in the southern Ontario city of Waterloo, Stickney was the proverbial Santa Claus this year. He showed up with two sets of North America Traffic’s PTL 2.4x double-head traffic lights and quickly became the toast of the town. “Every few minutes when we were there setting up the units, somebody was coming up and thanking us,” he recalls. “They’d roll down their windows, stop and tell us,

‘It’s about time somebody put lights here.’ They were actually quite happy to see us!” Construction turns intersection into ‘nightmare’ As the Traffic Control Specialist with Sunbelt Rentals, a proud owner of CRS (Contractors Rental Supply), Stickney is kept busy driving all over the vast province of Ontario. In just two years of installing North America Traffic’s extended runtime and daily setup portable traffic signals, he’s seen it all. Based at the Sunbelt/ CRS branch in the adjacent city of Kitchener, he was well aware of the tricky situation faced by the residents in the burgeoning city of Waterloo. An infrastructure construction project for an expanded subdivision resulted in one of two entry points for Woolwich Street being shut off. This forced all residents and visitors of the neighborhood to enter and exit at the Woolwich intersection

with busy University Avenue, where there are no permanent traffic lights. “That made traffic an absolute nightmare there,” says Stickney. “Everybody had to come out of Woolwich Street at that one spot to get across or on to University Avenue and, with University Avenue being one of the major arteries in Waterloo, it created a potentially dangerous situation for motorists. When you have two ways of getting out and, then all of a sudden, you eliminate one, it creates a major traffic challenge.” With input from the local municipality overseeing the project, the contractor Sierra Infrastructure reached out to Stickney after deciding temporary traffic signals at the intersection would control the traffic, “and it did,” says Stickney. “The local residents were very happy with what went on there.” Smart system serves everybody’s needs Instead of having to spend five or more minutes carefully trying to weave their way onto or across

Truck or Tractor with cations including conprimary vocations increte mixer, construction cluding heavy haul tracdump, refuse/roll-off tor, construction dump and crane. and platform stake/ • The HX615 is a 115” crane. BBC Set-back Axle Truck • The HX620 is a 119” BBC or Tractor with primary Set-back Axle Truck or vocations including conTractor with primary vostruction dump, concrete cations including heavy mixer, platform stake/ haul tractor, construccrane and refuse/roll-off. tion dump and platform • The HX520, is a 120” stake/crane. BBC Set-forward Axle 51” Short Sleeper Cab

will be available on the HX520 and HX620 models. The HX515 and the HX615 models are powered by International A26 engines, while the HX520 and HX620 models offer the Cummins X15 engine. For more information on the HX Series or to locate a dealer, visit: InternationalTrucks.com/HXSeries. b

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from local commuters may be novel to Stickney, it is quite familiar from his many repeat customers who use the North America Traffic products. They remark on the ease of setup, ease of use and, most importantly, their reliability. “In fact, I haven’t had any complaints from any of the customers I have dealt with,” says Stickney. The contractor on this project, Sierra, is among his repeat customers. “Once these units are set up and programmed, you just leave them alone.” About North America Traffic Inc. North America Traffic was launched as R.C. Flagman in 1993, when Peter

Vieveen built the world’s first Remote Controlled Flagman™ out of his garage. At the time, he was a senior estimator in the construction industry, and he understood the importance of reducing costs while increasing safety. North America Traffic now operates a full production facility, and its products have been used on thousands of projects across North America. Today, the company is the leader in traffic control systems, offering 4 different models of portable traffic signals and Automated Flagger Assistance Devices to meet all traffic control needs. b Source: NA Traffic

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New Inaugural NACV Show Features Innovative Vehicle Line-up To kick-off the inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV), Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) hosted a press conference to showcase an exciting range of on-highway and vocational trucks, along with technologically advanced engines and com-

ponents. These provide the broadest range of solutions for customers looking for the most optimized fuel efficiency, safety options, durability and uptime. The press conference was held Monday, September 25. It introduced guests to the variety of exciting announcements that

will take place at the fourday show in Atlanta. Afterwards, DTNA’s 70,000-square-foot booth featured interactive displays and top-selling vehicles from Freightliner Trucks, Western Star Trucks, Fuso Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans and Thomas Built Buses. Ad-

ditionally, Detroit components, safety and telematics software demonstrations, Aftermarket, and financing services from Daimler Trucks Financial will be showcased. The DTNA spotlighted almost two dozen vehicles and highlighted several features of the Detroit Assurance suite of safety systems via a virtual reality simulation. “We’re excited to share new products and new ideas, including emerging technologies that improve Continued on page 55

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Peterbilt Introduces Ergonomic ColumnMounted Shifter For Auto Trans Peterbilt is pleased to introduce a new, ergonomic column-mounted shifter on the Models 579 and 567. The column-mounted shifter will be standard on trucks equipped with the automated PACCAR Transmission as well as those equipped with Eaton Advantage and Ultra Shift AMTs. The new shifter, located on the right-hand side of the steering column, features a multi-mode design and allows control of all transmission and engine brake functions, including gear selection, engine brake mode and manual shifting. The column-mounted shifter places controls at the driver’s finger tips, minimizing distractions and allowing an increased focus on road conditions and surrounding traffic. “The column-mounted shifter takes the ergonomics of the Models

579 and 567 to a new level,” said Scott Newhouse, Peterbilt Chief Engineer. “The columnmounted shifter was designed based on in-depth studies of driver behavior and ergonomics. This new design also allowed us to improve on the usability of our dash by eliminating engine brake control switches.” With the implementation of the column-mounted lever, a new-design pinch valve located on the dash replaced the traditional lever for trailer brake activation, greatly enhancing control during coupling and uncoupling maneuvers. The column-mounted shifter will be available on Models 579 and 567 ordered with automated transmissions beginning this October 2017. b Source: Peterbilt

Peter Vieveen Appoints New President Of North America Traffic North America Traffic Inc. (NAT), the industry leader in portable traffic control systems, has announced that its founder, Peter Vieveen, has retired as President of the Company. Vieveen has led North America Traffic (formerly RC Flagman) since 1993, when he launched the world’s first AFAD (Automated Flagger Assistance Device) from his garage. NAT is now globally recognized as a leading industry innovator providing an extensive range of AFADs, portable traffic lights and warning signals. Vieveen will retain 100% ownership in the firm and will continue to serve as Chairman of the Board. Management of NAT has been turned over to Jordan Sherlock, succeeding Vieveen as President, Dave Cornish as Vice President of Operations and Angela Verde, Vice President of Sales. According to Vieveen, “Over the past five years, this team has played crucial roles in

our continuous development and has guided North America Traffic to new heights. They are now well prepared to carry on the management and values of our company.” Building on Vieveen’s field experience in the construction industry, NAT has been instrumental in the emergence of highly portable, highly reliable equipment for short-term and long-term traffic control needs. An early adopter of solar charged, battery powered signals, NAT is also recognized for developing versatile, easy-to-use programming for varied applications. “Our overriding goal has always been to help keep road and construction crews out of harm’s way,” Vieveen says. “Now, with a great line of products and a wide-reaching distribution network, I can look back proudly at all we’ve done to improve jobsite safety.” b Source: NA Traffic


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fuel efficiency, make roads safer and address key industry issues, such as the driver turnover rate,” said DTNA’s Roger Nielsen, chief executive officer. “Daimler Trucks North America is at the forefront of not only advancing this discussion of critical issues, but accelerating the commercial availability of technologies that have immediate and lasting benefits for our customers.” “DTNA was valuable in shaping the first NACV as a member of the show’s

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers advisory committee,” said Joe Glionna, president of the Newcom Group of Companies, which is producing the show in tandem with Hannover Fair. “We are excited to have DTNA and all of its commercial vehicle brands represented in Atlanta,” Glionna said. The NACV exhibit will underscore how DTNA has earned a reputation for manufacturing top-quality commercial vehicles that are more than just tools to get jobs done. “Our trucks, vans and

Canada Cartage Partners With Praxair For Truckers Against Trafficking Canada Cartage, along with their client, Praxair, will be educating their drivers and their communities across Canada in an effort to promote Truckers against Trafficking (TAT) - an initiative to educate, equip, empower and mobilize members of the trucking industry to combat domestic sex trafficking. TAT recognizes that members of the trucking industry are invaluable in the fight against trafficking. As the eyes and ears of our nation’s highways, drivers are in a unique position to make a difference and stop traffickers who seek to ex-

ploit the transportation system for their personal gain. Canada Cartage and Praxair will train drivers on this initiative throughout the month of September to equip their drivers with the knowledge they need to help combat this heinous crime. TAT training has resulted in a significant increase of reports of possible trafficking to the national hotline from truck drivers, which has resulted in victim recoveries and criminal arrests. Learn more by visiting www.truckersagainsttrafficking.org. b

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sary will be showcased, as well as the latest product innovations. Additionally, the debut of the new Cascadia mid-roof XT was on display. 2. Western Star Trucks continued to celebrate 50 years of legendary awesomeness by displaying its 5700XE, 4700 and 4900 truck models. Each featured this year’s Limited Edition 50th Anniversary appearance package and the latest productivity, technology and safety enhancements. 3. Visitors to the Detroit

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booth saw a demonstration of a new Detroit Connect portal and mobile app, as well as learn more about new features such as Detroit Connect Analytics. Additionally, attendees could participate as the driver in the virtual reality driving experience of Detroit Assurance 4.0 in the cockpit of the new Cascadia. 4. Thomas Built Buses featured the first Saf-T-Liner C2 school bus equipped with the new Detroit DD5 medium-duty engine. 5. A milestone in Elite Support-certified dealer lo-

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Peterbilt Continues Used Truck Leadership Peterbilt is excited to announce the election of Anthony Gansle, Peterbilt’s Director of Marketing and Sales Administration, to the Used Truck Association (UTA) Board of Directors. Peterbilt is an active participant in the Used Truck Industry, and with the UTA, including organizational sponsorship, facilitating plant tours for its members, and educational webinars on emerging technologies. “Peterbilt has been a strong supporter of the UTA through its active participation, sponsorship and service,” said Gansle. “Being a member of the UTA is an important part of the overall business of Peterbilt. It gives us an opportunity to educate the used truck community on vehicles and new technologies that will be coming to the

used market. It also allows us to receive feedback on specifications and concerns specific to the used truck market. As a member of the Board of Directors, we will have an opportunity to serve the association to a greater extent.” Peterbilt’s leadership extends beyond the UTA. Peterbilt established its Used Truck Dealer Council in early 2015, launched the Red Oval Certified PreOwned Truck program later in 2015, and announced the PACCAR Engine PreOwned Warranty in 2016. Peterbilt’s Red Oval Certified Pre-Owned Truck program provides low mileage, highly reliable trucks to the used truck buyer through its 150 point inspection and reconditioning, a standard 1 year and 125,000 mile PACCAR Engine Pre-Owned Warranty,

Detroit Diesel To Expand Driveline Product Portfolio Detroit Diesel Remanufacturing LLC (Detroit Reman) is acquiring the U.S. and Canadian business operations of Mascot Truck Parts, a leading provider of remanufactured driveline components for the heavy and medium Duty truck aftermarket in the U.S. and Canada. Detroit Reman is extremely excited to be able to announce this acquisition, as it continues to

grow its product offerings and be the leader in heavy duty remanufacturing. By adding Mascot Truck Parts to its portfolio, Detroit Reman is strengthening its commitment to a superior customer experience in the driveline aftermarket. “Mascot is a great fit for us, both in terms of product and distribution,” stated Sanjiv Khurana, president Detroit Reman. “Mascot’s

and other PACCAR Financial and Parts benefits. Gansle added, “Peterbilt’s used truck customers value a like-new Peterbilt truck and the confidence the PACCAR Warranty provides. Since the launch of our Red Oval CPO Program in 2015, we have more than 500 satisfied and repeat customers.” Peterbilt Motors Company, located in Denton, Texas, has a global reputation for superior quality, industry leading design, innovative engineering and fuel efficient solutions, and is recognized as the “Class” of the industry. Peterbilt provides a comprehensive array of aftermarket support programs through its 350-plus North American dealer locations that complement its full lineup of on-highway, vocational and medium portfolio complements our driveline products. We will also be able to leverage Mascot’s national footprint to offer a better customer experience and a faster turnaround time for our customers.” “We are excited about this alliance. With Detroit Reman we will have the opportunity to enhance our level of service through inventory improvements for all our customers,” stated Bill Statham, president of Mascot Truck Parts. Mascot Truck Parts will continue all operations and functions and support all customers from its Reman-

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Terex Trucks Supports Hurricane Harvey Relief Mission In Texas Family-owned business Linco Construction has been using its TA300 articulated haulers to assist with the evacuation and rescue of victims affected by Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Texas. To support the ongoing clean-up efforts in areas devastated by Hurricane Harvey in the US city of

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BC Hydro’s President Looks Back At Bennett Dam, And Ahead To BC’s Future Originally from Nova Scotia, Chris O’Riley arrived in B.C. at age seven, in part because his dad – retiring from the navy and looking for new prospects – had heard that B.C. was the land of opportunity. “The navy would send my dad anywhere in the country and he picked here, which is pretty much as far away from Halifax you could go,” recalls O’Riley, BC Hydro’s new president, but now in his 27th year with BC Hydro. “He told me about reading about B.C. in a Time magazine story and all the things being built, including the dams. He thought it was a chance to have a better future for our family, and it turned out to be just that.” At the top of B.C.’s 1960s construction list was the W.A.C. Bennett Dam, which turns 50 on September 12. The dam on the Peace River in northeast B.C. remains our biggest asset, which was consid-

ered an amazing engineering feat when it was built between 1963 and 1967. And the water in its reservoir still accounts for a quarter of all power being generated by BC Hydro. Not only does the dam’s anniversary coincide with O’Riley’s early days as president of BC Hydro, it comes at a time when a third dam on the Peace River, the Site C Clean Energy project, is under construction. Most significantly, the dam is facing a review by the British Columbia Utilities Commission that will inform the new BC Government in its decision whether or not to continue construction of the dam. Rob Kovance, editor of bchydro.com recently sat down with O’Riley for a wide-ranging Q & A that not only looks back at the mixed legacy of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam, but at how differently BC Hydro works with First Nations and environmental best prac-

tices today, and at the role hydroelectricity plays in B.C.’s future. Rob Klovance: You’ve been a member of BC Hydro’s executive since 2007, and in your 27 years here you’ve been involved in everything from upgrades to our generating facilities, to customer care, and even our corporate risk department. How did you get your start here? Chris O’Riley: “A week after graduating from UBC, I started as an engineer-intraining at John Hart Generating Station at Campbell River. And it’s the best move I’ve ever made. When I was in school I had a summer job in pulp and paper, in Port Alberni at what was then the MacMillan Bloedel mill, and is still one of our biggest customers. And I was thinking about going into that industry. But even back in 1990, they were experiencing a downturn and weren’t hiring anybody that year.

Huge 100-tonne belly dump trucks were used to haul materials to the dam site in May 1965.

So as an electrical engineer, BC Hydro seemed to be an obvious option. It seemed like a great place to go, and my dad thought it was great, fantastic that I was going to work for BC Hydro.” The scale of the ambition was remarkable. It’s hard to compare to today. RK: And now you’re BC Hydro President at a pivotal time for the utility. What excites you about your new position? CO: “I think what we do is so important to people’s lives in B.C. The service we provide and the choices

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The tailrace tunnel, which dwarfs the worker in the lower right of the image, was built to return water to the river downstream after its used hydroelectric generation.

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projects. It’s beyond employment. It supports entrepreneurship and ownership and capacity building in those communities. “We’ve had over $150 million in Aboriginal and First Nations procurement on the project so far, and that’s continuing to grow.” RK: Much has also been made about the environmental impacts and the loss of agricultural land in the Peace River Valley at Site C. While the project will produce 35% of the energy of Bennett dam from a reservoir only a

carry with them, even today. It’s a reminder that some things you can’t fix with money. “The agreements were an important step, but they were just a step on the path to reconciliation, just a start. The [First Nations gallery at Bennett Visitor Centre] was another step, and you’ll notice when you go there that there’s a significant contribution from the Kwadacha First Nation. But there’s just a little placard from the Tsay Keh Dene that says they just

weren’t ready to be part of this. We included the placard because it’s part of the story as well.” RK: You also said at the First Nations gallery opening that we won’t repeat the mistakes of the past. How are we ensuring that doesn’t happen? CO: “We sometimes get accused of making the same mistakes again with the Site C project, and I appreciate why people might feel that way. But I think if people step back and look at what we’ve done, that’s not really supported by the

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20th of the size of Williston, the reservoir formed by Bennett Dam, there are those who say the environmental impacts are still too great. What’s so different about Site C? CO: “The environmental standards and practices when Bennett was built were pretty limited. There are some awful images of the way the reservoir was cleared, and in many cases it wasn’t cleared. The trees were just left. In other cases, standing trees were just knocked over en masse with chains

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ger cost-effective, “Power Smart” choice they used to be? Do you point out that even Germany, considered a leader in renewables, is still generating more than half its electricity with coal and natural gas? CO: “We’re very fortunate here in B.C. to have abundant hydroelectric resources, and they’ve served us well for many years. Other places don’t have them, and the ones they have they’ve already developed. So now they’re turning to wind or solar. We’re an excellent hydroelectric jurisdiction, but we’re just an average wind and solar jurisdiction. “We have a fair amount of wind and some solar generation now. But the

challenge with intermittent sources is that while they produce energy, you can’t rely on it to be there when you need it. In B.C. our load, or demand for power, peaks at night, in the winter. And there’s zero solar at the time of our peak load. That’s a fact.” “Somehow you have to translate that solar energy into something usable for people here in B.C. And that’s where hydroelectric generation comes in. It’s a very powerful backbone that you can use to shape and store intermittent energy. We’re strong believers in renewable energy, including hydro and wind, and we believe solar has a place here too. But it’s hydroelectricity that allows

you to incorporate wind and solar into the system – places that don’t have that backbone struggle. It’s a struggle in California, Germany and Ontario to keep it all in balance. “We have among the lowest rates in North America and among the most reliable systems in the country. We have 98%-plus clean generation, which is among the highest in the country, and we have room to support our growing economy.” In B.C. our load, or demand for power, peaks at night, in the winter. And there’s zero solar at the time of our peak load. That’s a fact. b Source: BC Hydro


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B.C. Wildfires

RON MULLINS

RON MULLINS

RON MULLINS

RON MULLINS

ONNO KOK PHOTOGRAPHY

Here are some spectacular photos of the wildfire fight from B.C. this summer. Photos by Ron Mullins and Onno Kok Photography


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