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2011 KENWORTH T800 LOGGER

2008 GLOBAL M3 MECH. SWEEPER

2007 KENWORTH T800 TRI DRIVE

PRESSURE WASH STATION

Cummins ISX 550 hp with Eaton 18 spd transmission, c/w headache rack & truck rig out. See page 49 for more info.

Ex-municipal machine…see page 62 for more details.

ISX 475 Cummins, 18 Spd, c/w 2015 Arctic Quad. $ Offers Please $ See more on page 62.

4x Cust. Pumps, 4x 510K BTU water heaters, 4x Cust. Hose hanger, too much to list. See ad on page 45 for full details. $89,900.

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Small Start. Big Winners.

Brent Marshall (L) and Geoff Pears (R) co-owners of V2R Construction are using their success in business to find more ways to help those-in-need of a hand up.

BROWSE THOUSANDS OF EQUIPMENT & TRUCK LISTINGS!

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RENTALS

SALES

November 2018

CONTRACTING

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

$215,000

$90,000

REDUCED!

REDUCED!

JOHN DEERE 240D 8,200 hrs, W/B lugging and Q/C, new U/C, Good runner and ready to work.

2013 JD 350G GP & dig bucket, U/C 90%, pads look new. Only 4,600 hrs! This machine is new! New catwalks.

$110,000

$83,000

$280,000

REDUCED!

REDUCED! 2003 CAT 140H MOTOR GRADER 9,200hrs, tires at 90% plus. This is one great unit and ready to work.

2011 CAT 160M MOTOR GRADER 13,000 hrs, tires at 85% and machine is ready to work.

$100,000 ea.

$90,000

1 OF 2 UNITS AVAILABLE. 2007 KOMATSU HM 300-2 Approx. 9000-10000 hrs on easch. Good runners, ready to work.

$80,000

$55,000

REDUCED! 2015 JD 35G MINI EXCAVATOR 650 hrs, c/w GP, dig, optional hoe pack, 16' Snake River trailer.

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

$42,000

$37,000

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

$35,000

$45,000

SALE!

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

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

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

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

FORD F550 SERVICE TRUCK Ready to go, clean unit. Crane, under the hood compressor.

$95,000

$175,000

NEW U/C 2008 CAT D6T 6 WAY DOZER A/C, diff steer, SystemOne U/C, ripper and forestry pkg avail. hard nose and front end all rebuilt. Great unit, only 14,000 hrs. Min. hrs on rebuilt engine.

$39,000

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

$105,000 DEAL PENDING

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

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

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2006 GENIE GTH5519 TELEHANDLER, STK #1998, 4WD, (Duetz) Diesel, Enclosed Cab, 19’ Lift Hgt., 11’ Hor. Reach, 5,500lb Lift, 5,075 Hrs...................................$37,500.

2006 GENIE GTH5519 TELEHANDLER, STK #2203, 4WD, (Duetz) Diesel Engine, Enclosed Cab, 19’ Lift Hgt., 11’ Hor. Reach, 5,500lb Lift Capacity, 5,075 Hrs .................$62,500.

2005 PETTIBONE T8044 TELEHANDLER, STK #2098, 4WD, (Cummins) Diesel, Open Cab, Quick Connect, Frame Tilt, 44 Lift Hgt., 36 Hor. Reach, 8,000lb Lift, 7,206 Hrs................................................................................$36,500

2011 GENIE GTH1056, STK #2202, Enclosed Cab, Heat, 56’ Lift Hgt., 42’ Hor. Reach,10,000 lb Lift, (John Deere) 4.5 L Diesel, 4WD, 3-Spd., Positive Air Shut-off, Outriggers, 4,341 Hrs .........................................................................................$86,500.

2007 CASE 580 SUPER M EXTENDAHOE, STK #2095, 4×4, (Family III) Diesel, Aux. Hyd., Outriggers, 82” Front Bucket, Ride Control, Back Quick Attatch, 90HP, 3,713 Hrs.......................................................................$48,500.

2005 CASE 580 SUPER M EXTENDAHOE, STK #2096, 4×4, (Family III) Diesel, Heat, Air, Aux. Hyd., Outriggers, 82” 4-in1 Bkt., 29 Smooth Rear Bkt., 23 Rear Tooth Bkt., Ride Control, Back Q/A, 90 HP, 8,048 Hrs..................................$46,500.

2004 LINK-BELT 210LX EXCAVATOR STK #1803, Enclosed Cab, (Isuzu) Diesel, Heat, Air, Positive Air Shutoff, 32” Tracks, 34” Dig Bucket, Thumb, 11,758 Hrs.........$62,500.

2014 KOBELCO SK260LC EXCAVATOR, STK #2163, Enclosed Cab, Heat & A/C, 2-Spd., Aux. Hyd., 66” Clean-up Bucket, Aux. Plumbing, 36” Tracks, 3,813 Hrs ......................................................................................$142,000.

2005 JOHN DEERE 550J MIDWESTERN PIPELAYER, STK #2088, (John Deere) Diesel, Heat, 127” 6-Way Blade, 2 Heaman Attachments, 80 HP, 6,261 Hrs ........................................................................................... $53,500.

2012 JOHN DEERE 850J LGP CRAWLER, STK #2121, Enclosed Cab, Heat, Air, 13.5’ 6-Way Blade, 36” Tracks, 3 Shank – 2 Barrel Ripper, 205 HP, 9,878 Hrs.....................$102,500.

2003 CAT D8R CRAWLER, STK #2141, (CAT) Diesel, Pro Heat, Air, 12’ Blade, 4 Barrel Ripper, 305 HP, 20,237 Hrs .......................................................................................$185,000.

2008 CASE 885 GRADER, STK #2166, (Cummins) QSB 6.7L Diesel, Enclosed Cab, Heat & A/C, 14’ Moldboard, Multi Shank Single Barrel Ripper, 205 HP, 6,481 Hrs .....$55,000.

2014 CATERPILLAR 246D SKID STEER, STK #1638, Enclosed cab, (Cat) Diesel, Heat & A/C, Ride Control, Hyd. Q/C, Positive Air Shut-off, 74 HP, 2,150 lb Lift, Counter Weights, 1,135 Hrs...................................................................................$42,500.

2014 CATERPILLAR 246D SKID STEER, STK #1627, Enclosed cab, (Cat) Diesel, Heat & A/C, Ride Control, Hyd. Q/C, Positive Air Shut-off, 74 HP, 2,150 lb Lift, Counter Weights, 954 Hrs...................................................................................$42,500.

2014 CATERPILLAR 262D SKID STEER, STK #1676, Enclosed cab, (Cat) Diesel, Heat & A/C, Ride Control, Hyd. Q/C, Positive Air Shut-off, 74 HP, 2,700 lb Lift, Counter Weights, 1,983 Hrs...................................................................................$45,000.

2014 CATERPILLAR 262D SKID STEER, STK #1633, Enclosed cab, (Cat) Diesel, Heat, A/C, Ride Control, Hyd. Q/C, Positive Air Shut-off, 74 HP, 2,700 lb lift, Counter Weights, 956 Hrs...................................................................................$44,000.

2013 TEREX PT30 TRACK SKID STEER, STK# 2184, Open Cab, (Perkins) 3 Cyl. Diesel, Aux. Hyd., Manual Connect, Hand Control, 33 HP, 950lb Lift, 1,019 Hrs ............. $23,500.

2012 TEREX PT60, STK #1848, Enclosed Cab, (Perkins) Diesel, Aux. Hydraulics, Q/C, Heat, Air, 2-Speed, 60HP, 1,900lb Lift Capacity, 2,330 Hrs................................................$32,500.

2012 TEREX PT80 SKID STEER, STK #1888, (Perkins) Diesel, Enclosed Cab, Heat, Air, Aux. Hydraulics, 83 HP, 3,100lb Lift Capacity, 3,177 Hrs.................................................$39,500.

2013 BOBCAT T770 SKID STEER, STK #2174, (Kubota) 3.8L Diesel, Enclosed Cab, Heat & A/C, Aux. Hydraulic, 2-Spd, Hydraulic Quick Connect, 92 HP, 3,475 lb Lift, 4,948 Hrs...................................................................................$33,500.

2016 CATERPILLAR 259D, STK #2179, Enclosed Cab, (CAT) Diesel 3.3L, Heat & A/C, Aux. Hydraulics., Hyd. Q/C, Hand/Foot Controls, 2-Spd., B/U Camera, 74 HP, 2,900lb lift, 2,600 Hrs.......................................................................$45,500.

2012 CAT 279C TRACK SKID STEER, STK #2177, Enclosed Cab, (CAT) C3.4 Diesel, Heat & A/C, 2-spd., Aux. Hydraulics, Manual Connect, Hand Control, 81 HP, 3,595lb Lift, 1,821 Hrs........................................................................$47,500.

2005 CAT 287B SKID STEER, STK #2134, Enclosed Cab, (CAT) Diesel, Heat & A/C, Aux. Hydraulics, Quick Connect, Hand Control, 81 HP, 3,597lb Lift, Hrs. Unknown.............$32,500.

2004 CAT 287B SKID STEER, STK #2204, Enc. Cab, (CAT) Diesel, Heat & A/C, Aux. Hyd., Manual Connect, 81 HP, 3,600lb Lift, 72” Smooth Bkt, Hand/Foot Control, 1,283 Hrs. $31,500.

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AVAILABLE FOR SALE

November 2018

ADVERTISERS INDEX Alberta Engine ................... 44 Equip. Sales & Serv............. 5 Marcel Equipment ............. 11 Rollins .............................. 11 Alquip Diesel ..................... 63 E-Quip Trading................... 46 Mardan Enterprises ........... 45

FOR SALE!

Amix Group ....................... 42 Foreman Equipment .......... 33 McDougall Auctioneers ...... 14

Royquip ............................ 43

Saratoga Ventures ............. 22

Arrow-West ........................ 14 ForesTech Equipment ........ 24 Merlin Gise ........................ 45 Seel Forest Products.......... 47 Banning Equipment ..... 24, 45 Frontline Machinery ........... 35 Mormak ............................ 18 Sennebogen ........................ 9 B & G Parts ....................... 37 Gear Centre ....................... 12 Morooka ........................... 27 Bison Iron ......................... 23 General Aggregate Eq. ....... 21 Nor Mar Industries ............. 13

Sexsmith Used Farm Parts . 44

Brandt......................... 16, 17 Groundhog Sales & Rentals . 3 Norstone Excavating .......... 28 Skreenquip........................ 34 Brandt Value Parts............. 45 Groundworx Co. ................. 36 Ocean Trailer ..................... 58 Southstar Equipment ......... 15 Brown ............................... 42 Handlers Equipment .......... 22 Oversized Equipment ......... 44

Trailer Guy ......................... 41

Camex Equipment ............. 50 Hope Mechanical .............. 42 Pacific Rim Equipment......... 7 Trak Tech........................... 18

2006 Caterpillar CS553 E Compactor, c/w EROPS & Pad-Foot Shell, 5,400 Hrs. $92,500

WE RENT 2014 Volvo A30F, $850 per day, $3,575 per week, $14,000 per month, comes with 23.5" rubber, box liner, rear camera, tailgate, box capacity 15.5 cubic meters overall width 9'6", overall height 11'3", overall length 33'8".

C E Heathcote ................... 41 Inland Equipment .............. 19 Peerless ............................ 51 True North Equipment ........ 44 Chieftain Equip......37, 38, 47 Inland Group ..................... 32 Penner & Lewis ................. 39 Coastal Pacific Equipment . 46 Interior Diesel .................... 39 Pollard Equipment ............... 8

Tyalta ................................ 48

Continental Equipment 26, 42 International Machinery ..... 53 Premium Truck ......54, 55, 56 Tysea Mfg. ......................... 25 Crawler Sales .................... 29 Jade Equipment .................. 1 Prince George Truck ........... 46 United Earth Contractors ...... 2 CWB National Leasing ....... 20 James Western Star ........... 59 P & R Truck Centre ............ 49

Van-Ed Equipment ............. 21

Dane Developments .......... 10 K-Line Trailers ................... 52 Quadco Equipment ............ 15 Wally’s Private Parts .......... 43 Diamond International ....... 27 Langley Excavator Parts ..... 20 Querel Trailer ..................... 57 Warner HD Parts ................ 46 Dolphin Mechanical ........... 41 LNH Equipment ................. 43 Ramsey Co. ....................... 29 Doosan ............................. 10 LogMax ............................. 15 Ritchie Bros....................... 12

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2014 CAT 311FL RR 28" PADS, AIR, RVC, Q/C, HYD. THUMB, 1,463 HRS. NEW YANMAR EXCAVATORS 2008 YANMAR VIO17-A CANOPY DIG BKT, 3,100 HRS ................................. CALL NEW YANMAR VIO17-A CANOPY, Q/C, HYD. THUMB ..................................... CALL NEW YANMAR VIO25-6A RUBBER, CAB, HYD. THUMB, DIG BKT ................... CALL NEW YANMAR VIO25-6A CANOPY, RUBBER, HYD. Q/C, DIG .......................... CALL NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A CAB/AIR, RUBBER, HYD. THUMB, DIG BKT ............ CALL NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A CAB/AIR, RUBBER, HYD. Q/C, DIG ......................... SOON NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A BOR PADS, AIR, HYD. THUMB, DIG BKT................. CALL NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A CAB/AIR, STEEL, HYD. THUMB.............................. CALL NEW YANMAR VIO35-6A STEEL BOLT ON RUBBER, CAB/AIR, ANGLE BLADE, X-TRA CWT(478lbs), HYD. THUMB ........................................................................... CALL 2017 YANMAR VIO45-6A RUBBER, CANOPY, HYD. THUMB, ANGLE BLADE, 691 HRS .................................................................................................................... CALL NEW YANMAR VIO50-6A RUBBER, CAB/AIR, HYD. THUMB, DIG BKT ............ CALL NEW YANMAR VIO55-6A RUBBER, CAB/AIR, HYD. THUMB, DIG BKT ............ CALL NEW YANMAR VIO55-6A STEEL, CAB/AIR, ANGLE BLADE............................ CALL 2017 YANMAR VIO80-1A STEEL PADS,CAB /AIR, HYD. Q/C, HYD. THUMB, 528 HRS .................................................................................................................... CALL NEW YANMAR VIO80-1A CAB AIR STEEL, HYD. THUMB, AUX HYD. ............. CALL NEW YANMAR SV100-2A RUBBER, CAB/AIR, HYD. THUMB, DIG BKT ........... CALL NEW YANMAR SV100-2A STEEL, CAB/AIR, HYD. Q/C ................................. CALL

EXCAVATORS KOBELCO SS1 MICRO MINI, 20" WIDE, 40" DIG DEPTH, 77 HRS .................. CALL 2005 HITACHI ZX75US-A 18" PADS, AIR, BLADE, 3,285 HRS....................... CALL 2005 HITACHI ZX75US-A 18" PADS, AIR,BLADE, 4,255 HRS,C/W BREAKER, 2 BKTS ................................................................................................................... SOON 2008 HITACHI ZX75US-3 18" PADS, AIR, Q/C BUCKET, 4,902 HRS............... CALL 2010 HITACHI ZX75US-3 18" BOR, A/C, BLADE, PIPING, 1,336 HRS ............ CALL 2010 HITACHI ZX75UR-3 18" BOR, A/C, BLADE, OFFSET, 3,771 HRS ........... CALL 2014 CAT 308E2 CR 18" BOR, BLADE, Q/C, HYD. THUMB, 937 HRS .............. CALL 2016 KOMATSU PC78US-10 18" BOR, L.ARM, PIPING, 558 HRS ......... FOR RENT 2010 CAT 312D 20" PADS, HYD. Q/C & THUMB, L.ARM, 2,674 HRS ............. CALL 2011 HITACHI ZX120-3 20" PADS, AIR, ONLY 4,220 HRS ............................ CALL 2014 HITACHI ZX120-5B 20" PADS, AIR, ONLY 1,800 HRS .......................... CALL 2015 CAT 312E 28" PADS, AIR, HYD. Q/C, RVC, 5,285 HRS .......................... CALL 2006 KOBELCO SK135US-1ES 20" PADS, BLADE, ONLY 4,005 HRS ............ CALL 2008 KOMATSU PC138US-8 20" PADS, AIR, DIG BKT, 5,623 HRS ............$59,900 2012 HITACHI ZX130LC-5N 24" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD. THUMB, 1,791 HRS ... CALL 2005 HITACHI ZX135US 20" PADS, AIR, PIPING, 6,551 HRS.......................... CALL 2008 HITACHI ZX135US-3 20" PADS, AIR, BLADE, 6,353 HRS ......................SOON 2011 HITACHI ZX135USK-3 20" PADS, AIR, PIPING, 4,134 HRS ................... CALL HITACHI ZX135US 20" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD. THUMB .......................... FOR RENT 2017 DEERE 135G 28" PADS, AIR, BLADE, Q/C, HYD. THUMB............... FOR RENT 2011 CAT 314D CR 20" PADS, AIR, AUX PIPING, 4,144 HRS .......................... CALL 2014 CAT 314E CR 20" PADS, Q/C, HYD. THUMB ,1,951 HRS ...................... CALL 2011 CAT 319DL 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C 36" BUCKET, AUX HYD......................... CALL 2011 HITACHI ZX200-3 24" PADS, AIR, AUX PIPING, 3,177 HRS ................... CALL 2012 HITACHI ZX200-3 24" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD. THUMB, 2,400 HRS......... CALL 2011 KOMATSU PC200LC-8 32" PADS, AIR, ONLY 5,149 HRS, HYD. Q/C ...... CALL 2012 KOMATSU PC200LC-8 32" PADS, CABGUARD, HYD.THUMB, HYD., Q/C, 6,900 HRS, NEW RAILS/SPROCKETS ....................................................................... CALL NEW KOMATSU PC200LC-8 32" PADS, A/C, Q/C, HYD. THUMB ............ FOR RENT 2012 HITACHI ZX210LC-3 28" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD. THUMB, 2,868 HRS ............. ..............................................................................................................$189,900. 2013 HITACHI ZX210LC-3 28" PADS, AIR, PIN GRABBER, HYD. THUMB, 4,342 HRS ..................................................................................................................... CALL 2014 HITACHI ZX210LC-5N 24" PADS, AIR, AUX HYD., 2,680 HRS............... CALL 2018 HITACHI ZX200LC-5 24" PADS, A/C, Q/C, HYD. THUMB, 503 HRS .$199,900. 2018 HITACHI ZX200LC-5 24" PADS, A/C, Q/C, HYD. THUMB, PLUMBED FOR HAMMER .............................................................................................. FOR RENT 2018 HITACHI ZX200LC-5 24" PADS, AIR COND, NEW ........................ FOR RENT 2000 HITACHI ZX225USR 24" PADS ,AIR, Q/C, HYD. THUMB, 7,797 HRS ..... CALL 2006 DEERE 225C LC 28" PADS, HYD. THUMB, CATWALKS CABGUARD, DIG/CLEAN UP BUCKETS, 8,550 HRS.............................................................................. CALL 2009 HITACHI ZX225USRLCK-3 24" PADS, AIR, AUX PIPING, 7,513 HRS .$84,900. 2011 HITACHI ZX225USR-3 24" PADS, AIR, 6,170 HRS ............................... CALL 2011 KOMATSU PC228USLC-8 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD. THUMB ................ CALL 2011 DEERE 225D LC 32" PADS, AIR, ONLY 4,640 HRS ............................... CALL 2012 DEERE 225D LC 32" PADS, Q/C, HYD. THUMB,4,800 HRS ............ $139,900. 2017 DEERE 245G 32" PADS, 2 BKTS Q/C, HYD. THUMB ..................... FOR RENT 2018 DEERE 245G 32" PADS, 2 BKTS,Q/C, HYD. THUMB, CABGUARD ... FOR RENT 2008 KOMATSU PC220LC-8 32" PADS, AIR, HYD. Q/C, 4,750 HRS ........$116,900. 2018 DEERE 345G LC 32" PADS, Q/C, HYD. THUMB, CABGUARD .......... FOR RENT 2013 VOLVO ECR305 CL 32" PADS, AIR, HYD. Q/C, HYD. THUMB, 3,499 HRS ......... ..............................................................................................................$207,500. NEW HITACHI ZX330LC-5 24" PADS, AIR, HYD. THUMB, B/NEW ........ FOR RENT 2011 HITACHI ZX350LC-3 32" PADS, AIR, AUX HYD., ONLY 5,300 HRS .. $149,900

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2008 CAT 160M VHP 17.5R25 TIRES, 14' MB, ACCUM, MS RIPPER, 10,545 HRS 2012 HITACHI ZX350LC-5N 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C, PRO LINK THUMB, 4,454 HRS .... ...............................................................................................................$212,500 2014 CAT 336E L 34" PADS, A/C, Q/C DIG BKT, 3,996 HRS .......................... CALL 2013 KOMATSU PC360LC-10 32" PADS, AIR, Q/C HYD. THUMB, CABGUARD, 3,208 HRS ..................................................................................................... FOR RENT

DOZERS 2014 KOMATSU D39PX-22 6 WAY, CAB/AIR, 1,680 HRS, MS RIPPER(D5K SIZE) ..... ............................................................................................................. FOR RENT 2015 CAT D6K2 XL 6 WAY, CAB/AIR, MS RIPPER, 1,573 HRS................ FOR RENT 2005 CAT D6R XL S/U DOZER, MS RIPPER, 1,200 HRS ON U/C, 7,199 HRS.. CALL 2011 KOMATSU D65EX-16 SIGMA DOZER, A/C, MS RIPPER, 5,695 HRS .. $149,900 2011 KOMATSU D65EX-16 6 WAY DOZER, CAB/AIR, MS RIPPER, 5,280 HRS ........ ............................................................................................................ FOR RENT 2013 CAT D6T XR 6 WAY DOZER, MS RIPPER, ONLY 3,780 HRS ................... CALL 2005 CAT D7R XR SII DAT BLADE, A/C CAB, D/STEER, RIPPER, 8,068 HRS ... CALL 2006 CAT D7R XR SII DAT BLADE, A/C CAB, D/STEER, RIPPER, 8,779 HRS .. CALL

LOADERS, SKID STEERS 2005 JCB 212SU Q/C BKT, AIR, R/C, 84" SNOWBLOWER, 3,217 HRS ........... CALL 2012 YANMAR V4-6 HYSTAT, CAB/AIR, BOBTACH,1,166 HRS ................. $43,900 NEW YANMAR V4-7 CAB/AIR, HYD. Q/C, .85CU YD BKT ............................... CALL 2013 KOMATSU WA320-6 20.5 TIRES, HYD. Q/C BKT, R/C, E/S, 3,300 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............. ...............................................................................................................$259,900 2016 BOBCAT MT55 MINI LOADER, ONLY 149 HRS 44" BKT ........ SALE OR RENT 2012 BOBCAT T190 CANOPY, 1,712 HRS............................................. FOR RENT 2015 BOBCAT T590 CAB/AIR, SJC CONTROLS .................................... FOR RENT 2009 BOBCAT S70 CAB, Q/C BKT, ONLY 1,462 HRS ............................. FOR RENT 2013 BOBCAT S530 CAB, HYD. Q/C, AUX HYD.,2 SPEED, 720 HRS ....... FOR RENT 2014 BOBCAT S590 GP BKT,A/C CAB,2 SPEED, ONLY 520 HRS ........... FOR RENT 2013 BOBCAT S650 2 SPEED,HI FLOW,HAND/FOOT,A/C CAB, 1,131 HRS FOR RENT 2012 BOBCAT S850 A/C CAB, 84" BKT, 2 SPEED, 2,548 HR ......................... CALL

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Sennebogen Parts Support Lets Cameron River Logistics Meet Uptime Goals When an engine fire destroyed a log handler at Cameron River Logistics (CRL), Andrew Moore and his team decided it was a chance to rethink their original purchase decision. “It had about 10,000 hours on it and it was able to load wood at the pace we wanted,” Moore explains. “However, we had issues with parts availability. Wire harnesses were taking 4 - 5 months to deliver; a steering knuckle failed in January and we were told it would be April before they’d have one to ship from the factory.” Parts availability became a key factor in the decision to replace the damaged machine with a new Sennebogen 830 M-T. “With Sennebogen, you’re not reinventing the wheel,” Moore continued. “It’s got a Cummins engine, BoschRexroth hydraulics; all industry-standard components easily sourced nearby or available at the local

Sennebogen dealer.” To simplify support for their global customers, Sennebogen engineers have always worked to keep the equipment simple and minimize their use of proprietary OEM components. In North America, the 100,000 square foot Sennebogen LLC warehouse near Charlotte, NC maintains a complete inventory of replacement parts for every make and model currently in service. Cameron River’s local Sennebogen distributor, Great West Equipment, also inventories a large supply of common service parts, as well as providing factorytrained service technicians. Throughput depends on uptime According to Moore, uptime is critical to the CRL operation. Located in northern British Columbia, CRL is a transload station moving 16-foot CTL logs from truck to rail for the Dunkley Lumber mill, 5 hours to the south. CRL is

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Pipeline To Proceed Following Sanctioning Of LNG Canada Facility TransCanada Corporation (TSX:TRP) (NYSE:TRP) (TransCanada) announced on Oct 2nd that it will proceed with construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline project (Coastal GasLink) after a decision to sanction the LNG Canada natural gas liquefaction facility in Kitimat, British Columbia (B.C.) was announced earlier the same day by the joint venture participants of LNG Canada, a consortium comprised of Shell, PETRONAS, PetroChina, Mitsubishi Corporation and KOGAS (the LNG Canada Participants). “This announcement signifies an important step forward for Coastal GasLink as well as for the province of B.C. and the country,” said Russ Girling, TransCanada’s president and chief executive officer. “The magnitude of the work undertaken over the past six years has been extensive. It demonstrates the commitment of our teams, our partners, B.C. communities and Indigenous groups to work together

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• The receipt of all necessary major regulatory permits required to proceed with construction • Conducting over 441,000 hours of environmental field studies to assess aquatic habitat, wildlife, terrain, soils, vegetation and wetlands, atmospheric environment, hydrology, archeological resources and timber • Successfully completing all necessary field work in preparation for construction-related activities along the pipeline route • Working directly with Indigenous groups to provide meaningful opportunities for input in project planning. To date, more than onethird of all field work completed on the project has been conducted by Indigenous people • Confirming approximately $2.8 billion in construction contracts to the project’s four prime contractors • Directly awarding $620 million to Indigenous businesses and contractors for construction activities, with an additional $400 million Continued on page 18

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First Forest Company To Include The Supply Chain In Its Carbon Accounting

developed with our Indigenous and local B.C. communities. It is time to build this pipeline. We are ready to do that and want to express our deepest gratitude to those communities and TimberWest announced First Nations groups who have supported our project today that it is committed over the past six years,” to pursuing carbon neutrality over the next 10 years concluded Girling. b and has taken the first sigSource: coastalgaslink.com nificant step in the process by measuring a total carbon footprint going beyond • SPECIALIZING IN NEW & USED UNDERCARRIAGE just its operations to incor• PARTS • EQUIPMENT RENTALS & REPAIRS porate supply chain energy EQUIPMENT LTD. • TRACK PRESS FACILITY • IDLER REBUILDING use, forest carbon and its 594 Chilcotin Road, Kamloops, BC V2H 1G5 distribution network. Working with KPMG as EQUIPMENT FOR RENT OR SALE RENT NOW an advisor and PwC and • 2018 Komatsu PC200LC-8, 3 bkts, Q/C, thumb, cabguard, catwalk, new mach. RENTEDPC170LC-10, 3 bkts, thumb, cabguard, like new cond., 1,400 hrs. • 2015 Komatsu the Carbon Trust as inde• 2012 Komatsu PC200LC-8, 3 bkts, thumb, cabguard, Q/C, exc. cond., 2,800 hrs. pendent verifiers, Timber• 2011 Komatsu PC88MR-8 3 bkts, wrist-bkt., hyd. thumb, swing boom, rubber road liner pads, exc. condition. West conducted a carbon • 2014 Komatsu WA270-7, wheel loader, 3 yd. bkt. forks/grapple, exc. cond. accounting of its owned • Dynapac CA362D, 84” smooth drum, cab, A/C, 2,500 hrs, exc. cond. forest assets and activities • 2012 Hamm 3412, 84” smoothdrum w/ shell kit, cab, A/C, exc. cond. 2017 Komatsu PC350LC-8, 3 bkts, thumb, • 2010 Hamm 3307, 66” smooth drum w/shell kit, cab, A/C, exc. cond. starting with the organic 1,700 hrs, new cond. • Dressta TD10M Crawler, 6 way, blade, cab, A/C, 850 hrs, like new cond. matter on the forest floor, HUGE INVENTORY OF USED UNDERCARRIAGE to the trees and resultant wood products, including • Cat 330 TGA’S 28”, 2 bar pads on new rails. • Komatsu D65EX15-17 Track Groups TimberWest’s associated • Cat D5B / JD 750 bare rails 75% Rem. operational activities. • 903G, 953G TGA’s 24" ESS, 65% Rem. This approach is believed • Deere 2154 TGA’s 28” 2 bar 80% Rem. to be a first-of-its-kind for • EX200LC/PC200LC TGA, 28” 2 Bar Pads. FOR RENT • ZX350, ZX450 bottom rollers. a forest company to un2012 Komatsu D65EX-17 sigma blade, • T.Cat 870 / Deere, 959 track spring assy. rebuilt. derstand its end-to-end ripper & forestry guard., new U/C, • ZX200 (Rebuilt) Track Adj. Assembly. plumbed for GPS, exc. cond. impact with respect to climate change. Email: traktech@telus.net Phone: (250) 374-5054 “Working forests are a EVES: Regan Zurowski (250) 371-1444 • Chad Zurowski (250)371-7535 renewable resource and a For photos and more listings visit www.traktech.ca potential positive contrib-

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route, confirming strong support from Indigenous communities across the province “Our team has demonstrated that we have the knowledge and expertise to move this important project forward safely and responsibly, with the full understanding that our success comes from the close working relationships we have

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Hyundai Upgrades R35Z-9A Compact Excavator Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas announced a variety of improvements to its 3-1/2-ton class Hyundai R35Z-9A compact excavator, designed to provide users a competitive edge in performance, convenience, serviceability and safety. One of seven 9A series models, the Hyundai R35Z-9A compact excavator was introduced to the market in 2015. It features a zero-tail swing design for optimum maneuverability in confined work spaces. “The new improvements to our popular R35Z-9A are the result of valuable input from our VOC (Voice of the Customer) meeting conducted last year with North American dealers and customers,” said Corey Rogers, marketing manager, Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas. “Hyundai conducts frequent competitive comparison tests and annual VOC meetings with dealers and customers to

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New John Deere Mulching Head Shreds Wood In Minutes John Deere continues to provide best-in-class vegetation management with the addition of the MH60D mulching head to its Worksite Pro lineup. Designed to remove 8-inch (203-mm) trees and 12-inch (305mm) stumps with ease, the MH60D model shreds underbrush and woody materials into beneficial mulch in minutes. Like all Worksite Pro attachments, this mulching head is optimized to work with John Deere skid steer loaders and compact track loaders, as well as most competitive models. “With 30 double-carbide tipped teeth, our new mulching head attachment is a job site beast that easily

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takes big bites out of trees and stumps,” said Jessica Hill, global program manager, attachments. “It’s an invaluable tool for customers who need a powerful mulching solution, no matter the tree type or location.” Delivering superior large-material knockdown, the MH60D also works well below soil level for chewing out difficult stumps. A two-speed hydraulic system efficiently uses available horsepower. When the preset pressure level is attained, the motor automatically shifts to a higher displacement, increasing torque for reduced stalling and faster rotor-speed recovery time. A prominently positioned pressure gauge allows operators to easily monitor hydraulic operating pressure. The mulching head was developed to deliver exceptional job site performance. A 1,524-mm (60-inch) high-capacity, smooth rotor design re- Source: John Deere

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CP Announces Plans For Investment With Grain Hopper Car Order Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (TSX: CP) (NYSE: CP) recently announced it plans to invest more than a half-billion dollars on new high-capacity grain hopper cars as part of its commitment to the North American agricultural sector. CP grain

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ecutive Officer Keith Creel. “We know farmers depend on us to transport their product efficiently, safely and reliably to market. It’s the largest sector of CP’s business by revenue, and we’re committed to continuous improvement for the benefit of our customers and the North American economy. These new railcars will revitalize our fleet and help cement our status as an industry leader in grain transportation for decades to come.” CP’s plans for revitalizing its grain hopper fleet begin with an initial order for 1,000 cars from National Steel Car of Hamilton, Ont. Over the next four years, CP plans to order approximately 5,900 hopper cars in total, enabling a complete removal of all low-capacity hoppers, including all Government of Canada cars, from the fleet. The investment is made possible by changes to the Maximum Revenue Entitlement formula through the passage of the Transportation Modernization Act, Act C-49, which provided CP the certainty needed to place the order. CP will be the first Class 1 railway to receive hoppers as a result of the Act’s changes. “CP’s investment in new hopper cars will directly benefit Canada’s farmers, grain shippers and the economy as a whole,” said Canada’s Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Lawrence MacAulay. “This investment results from the positive conditions recently brought in by the Transportation Modernization Act and will improve the efficiency of the freight rail network in Canada, which will help ensure farmers are able to reliably get their products to market.” The new car design is shorter, lighter and can carry more grain than the cars being retired from CP’s fleet. The new cars feature a three-pocket design that can be loaded and unloaded more efficiently than the old four-pocket government cars. The new hopper cars can handle more than 15 percent greater volume and 10 percent greater load

weight than the cars being retired, while featuring a shorter frame that enables more cars in a train of the same length. The cars will feature newly manufactured components that are more reliable, significantly reducing maintenance-related delays. The order comes as CP is working toward an 8,500-foot-long, poweron model for its dedicated grain trains. Under this model, CP’s high-efficiency dedicated trains will stretch from the current 112 cars, creating efficiency and capacity within the grain handling system. With the new shorter and lighter hopper-car fleet, CP will be able to fit 118 cars within the current 7,000 foot, 112car unit train definition, adding approximately 16 percent more capacity per train. CP will eventually be able to fit 147 of the new cars within the 8,500-foot train design, each carrying more grain than the retired cars. This translates into more opportunity for the movement of grain in the future, supporting the anticipated continued growth in crop production across the prairies. The fu-

November 2018 ture of grain at CP is one of increasing efficiency that will benefit grain shippers, farmers, port terminals and CP’s network. “We are excited about this significant enhancement to CP’s fleet,” said Andrew Paterson, President and CEO of Paterson GlobalFoods. “With our growing network of facilities capable of handling 8,500-foot trains, this highly efficient hopper car capacity will benefit our supply chain and support the growth in volumes that we are pursuing in the competitive western Canadian marketplace.” “National Steel Car is very pleased that CP has committed to this significant investment in our industry-leading, 5,431 cubic foot, high-efficiency, Covered Hopper Grain Car. This newly designed and manufactured National Steel Car equipment will provide huge benefits to CP, our economy, and the entire grain delivery supply chain,” said Gregory J. Aziz, Chairman and CEO of National Steel Car. “Our history with CP dates back to the founding of our Company in 1912 when CP placed the first order

ever built by National Steel Car. We are certain that our founders celebrated then almost as much as our team members are today! As a result, National will have the opportunity to hire and train several hundred additional personnel, who are seeking permanent long-term careers, in a variety of disciplines. Thank you CP for extending, yet again, our 106-year partnership in progress.” CP continues to add employees and locomotives to meet the needs of our customers across North America. More than 700 new employees are now in various stages of training system-wide, and 100 locomotives will join the fleet before summer’s end. These include remanufactured high-horsepower General Electric locomotives. CP continues to deliver for the Canadian agricultural industry, with total volume of the 2017-18 crop year delivered through early June at nearly 22 million metric tonnes, or 1 percent ahead of the prior year’s pace. b Source: CP Rail

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Safeguard Your Assets: 5 Steps To Secure Your Jobsite Construction brings many opportunities to many different people. Communities experiencing an intense building spree can usually look forward to more foot traffic or an influx of new businesses. Unfortunately, progress can bring illicit opportunity as well, and many contractors find themselves having to ward off thieves. With thousands of dollars of iron and copper lying around, protecting your assets can be difficult and complicated. To address this, Robert Siciliano spoke at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 on the best techniques and practices for safeguarding machines and maintaining a security perimeter, all while fostering trust in a community. 1. Connect With Law Enforcement Before An Incident Occurs Contact the local police department well before actual construction begins.

Siciliano says this allows time to build a rapport, give officers an opportunity to create alternate routes that include the site, relay the total value of the equipment, or even just to get a feeling for the area’s crime climate. An excess of information beforehand can mean the difference between the perfect job and a stolen forklift. 2. Hang Warning Signs To Avoid Legal Problems Appropriate signage can save thousands of dollars when creating a perimeter, particularly with measures that could potentially harm intruders. A variety of options exist to de-motivate thieves, like barbed-wire fences, that could create messy legal situations if they don’t come with warning labels. Siciliano gives the example of a teenager that was injured by guard dogs after breaking into a construction site: the teen’s parents managed to successfully sue the company for failing to hang

signs informing potential thieves about the dogs. 3. Keep Digital Information Off The Worksite Keeping private information off the worksite ensures that any computer theft can’t become a company-wide emergency. As Siciliano says, “The devices themselves are just shells to access all of the information on a corporate network that’s cloud-based or via a private network that’s encrypted.” This ensures peace of mind to employees across the company. 4. Understanding How Equipment Can Be Used By Thieves A big part of site security is viewing the tools as they might be used against the company. For example, the theft of a saw is inconvenient but not necessarily a setback; but if the thief then uses that saw to cut through a lock on an excavator door and drives it away, the loss

becomes much greater. Positioning equipment that can open or destroy locks away from the locks themselves can be a small but beneficial step in preventing further loss in the event of a robbery. 5. Assign A Loss Prevention Manager Though it might not be an exciting position, Siciliano heavily recommends assigning someone to survey the worksite, track and control key assignment, maintain contact with law enforcement, track inventory and delegate gate control. Though these tasks are small, Construction brings many opportunities to many different people. Safeguard Your Assets: 5 Steps to Secure Your Jobsite Communities experiencing an intense building spree can usually look forward to more foot traffic or an influx of new businesses. Unfortunately, progress can bring opportunity as well, and many contractors find themselves having to ward off thieves. With thousands of dollars of iron and copper lying around, protecting your assets can be skipping or neglecting them can be the security

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Volvo Provides Extra Energy For Pipeline Project Equipping construction machines with a digital voice has brought a new level of productivity to an international energy project piping gas from the Caspian Sea to Europe. The project (TAP) is scheduled to cost 4.5 billion euros and covers 878 km both onshore and under the sea, from Greece to Italy. French-based international pipeline contractor SPIECAPAG is carrying out the onshore work of 187 km across Greece and 215 km through Albania. When

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provided by Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) allows its machines to communicate with workers on and off site. It works behind the scenes to monitor all aspects of machine health, sift through thousands of codes and alarms and highlight only the most relevant. Rodrigo Konda, Director of Global Key Accounts at Volvo CE, said: “We have tremendous support from our Hub West Aftermarket Team, as well as our local dealers T&C and Saracakis. The combination of having local technicians on site, a stock of spare parts and the right training to cope with any challenge allows us to efficiently manage this

large fleet. But Proactive Monitoring was the icing on the cake to make sure our local team was able to immediately investigate and pinpoint any problem. SPIECAPAG is impressed that we are able to spot and fix the problems so quickly and secure maximum uptime for their fleet.” Once built, this section in Albania will be a gamechanger for the region. Approximately 215 km long, starting at Bilisht Qendër in the Korça region, on the border with Greece, TAP’s landfall in Albania will be located 17 km north-west of Fier, up to 400 meters inland from the shoreline, with the offshore section in Albanian

territorial waters set to be about 37 km. In its entirety, TAP will offer a direct and cost-effective transportation route opening up the vital 3,500-kilometer-long Southern Gas Corridor. The route through Albania is a particularly demanding environment for construction and problems could easily occur. An issue with a machine’s engine or the fuel system, for example, might not be spotted until it breaks down – causing the machine to be put out of action until it’s fixed and triggering costly repairs. But on a fleet this size the data available can be overwhelming. Abhijit Menon, Product Continued on page 29

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FLO Appoints Territory Sales Manager In S. Manitoba & NW Ontario Automatic Lubrication Systems specialist FLO Components Ltd. continues to expand its resources to better serve construction, road building, aggregate, trucking, manufacturing and processing companies in Manitoba and Ontario. We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mike Munroe as Territory Sales Manager – Southern Manitoba & Northwestern Ontario. A native of Winnipeg, Mike’s previous experience over the last 16 years includes various managerial and technical sales roles promoting products and services to manufacturing, agriculture, commercial, transportation, utility, forestry, mining and government accounts in Manitoba. Prior to that, his “blue coverall hands-on” experi-

one of its Mobile Workshops permanently located in Winnipeg and fully equipped with all the necessary inventory, equipment and tools to be able to create lubrication solutions “on site”. Commenting on the new appointment, Mr. Mike Deckert, VP of FLO Components said; “Mike will make an excellent addition to our team of lubrication solutions specialists. He brings a whole new level of energy and extensive industry experience that will help to further strengthen the relationships with FLO’s existing clients in his territory. His technical knowledge and proven work ethic is in sync with FLO’s basic foundation of “Meeting Customers’ Needs Better”, making him well suited for providing our customers with unparalleled technical and sales support.” b

ence included a position as a heavy duty mechanic for a major equipment distributor in Manitoba, where he gained an extensive background in repairing and servicing construction, agriculture, and transportation equipment. Mike’s primary responsibility is to help users of mobile and heavy industrial equipment obtain lower operating costs and increased machine reliability through more effective lubrication solutions. Based in Winnipeg, he will provide local availability of technical support to FLO customers in Manitoba and Northern Ontario regions. To support Mike’s efforts and further cement its commitment to the region with local installation and service, FLO has stationed Source: FLO Components

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Design Engineer For Volvo Receives SAE/ AEM Outstanding Young Engineer Award Stephen Lanahan, Design Engineer II with Volvo Construction Equipment in Shippensburg, PA, has been awarded the SAE International/AEM Outstanding Young Engineer Award. Lanahan was presented with the award during luncheon and awards presentation at the SAE 2018 Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress, recently held in Rosemont, Ill. The award recognizes an outstanding young engineer in the off-highway or powerplant industry. Established in 1996, the award was proposed by senior engineering executives and is administered under the auspices of the SAE Engineering Meetings Board in cooperation with AEM. During his five-year tenure with Volvo, Lanahan has played a part in various cost reduction, product maintenance, and product development projects focused on compaction machines. Starting out as a part of the Mechani-

cal Engineering team, he worked on both soil and asphalt compactors with an emphasis on hoods and exteriors, designing parts with plastics and sheetmetal. Over the past three years, he has been part of the cross functional team responsible for design of large soil compactors. Lanahan completed his undergraduate studies at York College of Pennsylvania, earning a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. An internship at Volvo Construction Equipment, while attending York Source: Volvo College, led to his full-time position within the organization. “I am most inspired by the challenges that lie ahead for the mobility engineering industry”, Lanahan said. “In the coming years, exciting new design problems which come to light will drive more thinking ‘outside the box’ and the development of unique design solutions to do it safer, faster, and cheaper.”

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New John Deere L-Series II Skidders And Wheeled Feller Bunchers The L-II Skidder offers operators a smooth and fuel efficient machine.

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ontinuously evolving to better its machines and exceed customer expectations, John Deere is excited to introduce the new L-Series II Skidders and Wheeled Feller Bunchers. The new L-Series II machines feature a simplified design, providing a reliable, powerful solution, while still maintaining the productivity-boosting features of the original line, including an increase in hydraulic speed, large grapples and an improvement in weight distribution. “With the new L-Series II machines, we wanted to build upon the best features of the original machines, while also simplifying the design to increase reliability,” said Brandon O’Neal, product marketing manager, John Deere Construction and Forestry. “Listening to our custom-

ers, we reworked the machines, making significant improvements under the hood. The new L-Series II machines offer decreased downtime without any changes to power and productivity.” The new, simpler LSeries II models enhance customer experience by reducing maintenance and increasing uptime due to a number of part changes. Other changes to the machines include a reduction to the complexities of the electrical and hydraulic systems and improvements to component placements. “They [John Deere] rerouted it so the wires wouldn’t be so bunched up in the machine,” noted Wayne Sugg of Sugg Logging, who was one of the first loggers to test the new machines. “Since we’ve had the LSeries II 843 we’ve put 300 hours on it and haven’t

had any downtime whatsoever. Uptime is important, because if the wood’s not going out getting on the trucks I’m not making any money.” The L-Series II machines also include changes to boost productivity. The new skidder models offer increased grapple squeeze force of up to 10 percent. Articulation steering sensors improve the operator experience, ultimately increasing productivity. A new two-speed 4000 winch replaces the previous single-speed winch. “The machine is better, stronger and faster than the original. These machines - on a daily basis - they just they take a beating. The more you beef it up, the stronger it’s going to be, and the better it’ll be for us.” said Zane Winfield of Southern Logging, who also got a chance to experience the new machines.

In addition to the new changes, the L-Series II Skidders and Wheeled Feller Bunchers retain the productivity-boosting features that loggers loved in the original models. From a comfortable operator station to durable axles and rugged, large grapples, the L-Series II models offer loggers the features they need to tackle tough jobs. “We’ve spent countless hours collecting customer feedback to ensure our new machines met their needs, understanding the demands they face daily,” said O’Neal. The cabs on all skidders and wheeled feller bunchers are equipped with features designed to maximize comfort, ultimately increasing productivity. Amenities like the efficient HVAC system, improved ergonomic controls and storage space offer the creature comforts

loggers desire. Joystick steering and an optional rotating seat reduces strain on the operator’s body. The L-Series II Skidder models feature the powerful Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), which combines the smoothness of a hydrostatic transmission with the fuel efficiency of a lockup torque converter. This combination enables the skidders to boast excellent fuel efficiency, longer engine life and enhanced operator comfort. Offering a one-button Quick Dump feature, the wheeled feller bunchers improves efficiency with the push of one button to release trees in a single, smooth motion. Additionally, the headtilt and arm functions are combined to help minimize fatigue while improving productivity. Another industrychanging feature on our skidders that carried over from the previous models are the durable axles – particularly the OutboardExtreme™ axles. The models feature a pressurized continuous-lube system and independent axle filters that extend wear life. The rugged Outboard-Ex-

treme axles – standard on the 848 and 948 models, and optional on the 748 machines – feature larger components, delivering maximum jobsite durability and a heavier weight for boosted machine stability. These new models retain the impressive weight distribution, tire options and increased hydraulic speed that current machine-owners commend. To learn more about the L- Series II Skidders and Wheeled Feller Bunchers, visit www.johndeere.com. Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) is a world leader in providing advanced products and services and is committed to the success of customers whose work is linked to the land - those who cultivate, harvest, transform, enrich and build upon the land to meet the world’s dramatically increasing need for food, fuel, shelter and infrastructure. Since 1837, John Deere has delivered innovative products of superior quality built on a tradition of integrity. For more information, visit John Deere at its worldwide website at www.JohnDeere.com. b Source: John Deere


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Keestrack To Be Represented At Bauma Conexpo India 2018 By Etrack Crushers Ltd. Keestrack, the international specialist for mobile mineral processing, will illustrate its strong commitment to the Indian and South Asian aggregate and recycling industry at Bauma Conexpo India 2018 (Gurgaon, 11 to 14 December 2018). Represented by Etrack Crushers Ltd., the company’s Indian subsidiary, established in 2017, Keestrack will focus on its advanced electric drive concepts, offering huge savings for all contractors and offering operational advantages for larger multistage mobile plant lay-outs. Etrack moves forward in India Headquartered in Gurgaon, next to the capital New Delhi, Etrack Crushers Ltd. was established in November 2017 as part of the Keestrack Group to promote the manufacturer’s comprehensive programme of track-mobile crushers, screeners and related

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expansion, e.g. the gradual extension of hall space in coming years. The production programme starts with the full hybrid crushing plants; Keestrack B4e (jaw) and H4e (cone), identified to meet the demands of Indian contractors in terms of productivity, transport and on-site mobility. Fully integrated into Keestrack’s global R&D, production and logistics network, with four international competence centres in Europe and Asia, Etrack’s assembly is based on core OEM modules (crushers, frames, chassis, etc.) delivered from the group’s European factories. The local staff of production engineers and qualified technicians shall assemble all plants with components of international technology partners (engines, drives, etc.) or local suppliers. This set-up guarantees shorter lead times and allows full flexibility to comply with technical

specifications or individual customer requirements. Electrifying market approach Entering the Indian market with Etrack Crushers, Keestrack decided to promote its advanced range of hybrid and plug-in processing solutions. Earlier than other suppliers, the Belgium-based manufacturer recognized the conceptual

advantages of diesel-electric drives for highly mobile track-mounted plants from 15 to 70 tonnes transport weight, most typical for applications in the mineral aggregates and recycling industries. Starting with partially electrified models, Keestrack added “e”versions to all its ranges of mobile crushers (jaws, cones, impactors), scalp-

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vibrations – when working “plug-in”, the whole power module can be removed and stored away. A 110 kW electric motor drives the crusher, a 55 kW e-motor/ pump unit supplies the hydraulic drives for prescreen, tracks, lifting cylinders and other hydraulic components. To optimize productivity the B4e can be optionally equipped with a single-deck post-screen with recirculation conveyor. With a capacity of 250 t/h in secondary crushing the Keestrack H4e is the perfect match for the B4e. Here also, an optionally detachable power module (328 kW/330 kVA) supplies energy for the electric crusher drive (132 kW) and the separate 45-kW E-motor/pump unit for all hydraulic drives on the plant. The H4e features the KT-H4 cone crusher, adapted and supplied by a world-leading cone specialist. The fully automated unit provides a maximum feed size of 185 mm and allows, with a wide variety of concaves, a high flexibility in secondary or tertiary production of defined end fractions. To optimize production the plant can be optionally equipped with a pre-screen with fines chute and with an efficient threedeck secondary screen module with recycling conveyor for closed-circuit processing. The large dimensioning of the hanging screen (eff. area: 3 x 5.4 m²) and large stockpiling capacities of the conveyors prevent bottle-neck effects in producing up to four highly defined quality end fractions. b Source: Keestrack


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Climate Change And Energy Transitions We recognise the significance of climate change, along with the role energy plays in helping people achieve and maintain a good quality of life. A key role for society – and for Shell – is to find ways to provide much more energy with less carbon dioxide. Our lives depend on energy wherever we live. But in order to prosper while tackling climate change, society needs to provide much more energy for a growing global population while finding ways to emit much less CO2. Shell has long recognised the climate challenge and the role of energy in enabling a decent quality of life. We believe that, while technological developments will emerge, effective policy and cultural change is essential to drive low-carbon business and consumer choices and opportunities. The transition

to low-carbon solutions is best underpinned by meaningful government-led carbon “pricing” mechanisms. We welcome efforts made by governments to cooperatively reach the global climate agreement and support long-term climate goals that balance environmental pressures with development opportunities. We particularly welcomed the United Nations Paris Agreement on climate change, which came into force on November 4, 2016. The agreement seeks to limit global warming to well below 2 degrees Celsius by managing climate and environmental pressures while ensuring economic development. Today, Shell is still primarily an oil and gas company, but we have a long tradition of innovation. We know that long-term success depends on our ability to anticipate the types

of energy and fuels people will need in the future and remain commercially competitive and environmentally relevant. Our natural gas businesses give governments the option to reduce emissions from electricity, by replacing coal, and we have an interest in a wind business with over 1,000 megawatts of capacity. We have also invested heavily in the lowest-carbon biofuel, through our Raízen joint venture with Cosan in Brazil, and we continue to explore second-generation biofuels options. In 2016 we created a New Energies business to further explore investment opportunities in energy solutions that combine wind and solar power with gas, for example, and new ways to connect customers to energy. Shell is a long-time supporter of government-led carbon “pricing” mechanisms. We have a number of vehicles to support investment in new technology, such as Shell Ventures – a venture capital body with an investment focus on a mix of traditional oil and gas, clean and green technology. In recent

years, Shell Ventures has supported both solar-based and wind businesses. We are also committed to reducing our emissions intensity and continuing efforts to improve the energy efficiency of our operations as well as ending continuous flaring. Shell Scenarios* envisage a future where renewable energies could eventually become the largest component of the global energy system. But, despite the rapid growth of renewables, they anticipate that it will only be possible to provide the full range of energy products by combining renewables with cleaner hydrocarbons such as natural gas, and deploying technology to capture and store emissions of CO2. To achieve such an outcome for a global population of at least 9 billion by mid-century will require an enormous global undertaking supported by effective policy, a sense of urgency, and long-term vision. According to Shell Scenarios, the energy system of the future will be something of a patchwork. Some

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countries and sectors of the economy could de-carbonise in the coming decades, while others – such as energy intensive heavy industries – will likely require more time to develop technology solutions. Ways society can move towards a lowercarbon future include improving energy efficiency, switching from coal to natural gas, increasing electrification and the use of renewables. Further options include boosting the use of lowcarbon fuels, rethinking

land-use and agrarian policies, and improving low-carbon infrastructure planning for cities and transit systems. Shell Scenarios suggest that the world will require means of achieving “negative” emissions in some sectors to offset remaining emissions. One way to do this is to combine sustainable biomass gasification with the capture and storage of carbon dioxide (CCS) in power generation. b Source: Shell

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Changing The Future Of Japan’s Agriculture Yanmar’s “Smart Agriculture” Using ICT The “34th International Agricultural Machinery Show” in Obihiro (2018). The International Agricultural Machinery Show (IAMS) is the largest agricultural machinery trade show held every four years at Obihiro in Hokkaido, Japan. This year, the show was held from July 12 to 16 with a theme of “A better future with ICT (Information and Communication Technology)”. Among the latest agricultural machinery exhibited by Japanese and international manufacturers, Yanmar Agri Japan showcased the concept of “Smart Agriculture” including Robot Tractor that uses ICTs. To know more about initiatives to solve the various challenges faced by Japan’s agriculture, Y MEDIA team visited Hokkaido, and covered the 34th IAMS. In this article, we will introduce “Smart Agriculture” to the readers through Yanmar’s exhibition booth. In

the above photograph, Taiki Kugai (from AgriSupport Department, Agriculture Development Department, and ICT Promotion Group) is standing in front of the latest model of Robot Tractor. Taiki, who looks over ICT at Yanmar’s Hokkaido branch, walked us through the exhibition booth. Yanmar exhibited the future way of agriculture at Japan’s largest agricultural machinery show. Yanmar’s booth showcased products that use ICT, such as Robot Tractor. In this show, Yanmar put forward the concept of “Smart Agriculture” for the younger farmers of the next generation. “Smart Agriculture” is a new form of agriculture that encourages labor saving and highquality production by using advanced robotic technology and ICTs. The booth received particular attention from the visitors, with more than 6000 visitors

on each day. Through this exhibition, many people realized the futuristic way of agriculture with product demonstrations of the Robot Tractor ahead of its launch in the coming autumn, and products that substantiates introduced concepts of farm management services using stateof-the-art agricultural machinery and systems. For the current challenges faced by Japan’ agriculture, ICT is one of the up and coming solutions. With current challenges such as aging of farmers and lack of successors, it can be said that Japan’s agriculture is at major crossroads. The Hokkaido’s agricultural community, which is the forefront of Japan’s agriculture, is grappled by these same challenges. Moreover, the current situation of massive increase in agricultural land and wide variety of yields has only worsened

the problems. In Hokkaido, every farm has an average of 24.92 hectare land (*1) which is 10 times more than the national average of 2.46 hectare (*2). The large-scale farms individually include 50 hectares of land or more. To achieve the sustainable agriculture, it is necessary to change not only the work efficiency but also the methods used in agriculture. Yanmar’s concept of “Smart Agriculture” involves supporting the advanced agriculture by utilizing ICTs. “Smart agriculture”

promoted by Yanmar envisions a forward-looking agriculture that promotes labor saving and high-quality production by using the state-of-the-art robot technology and ICTs. With challenges such as lack of successors and large-scale area under cultivation, now is the time for an efficient, data-based agriculture, and not for the agriculture that continued so far on the basis of experience and mere guts feelings. For example, because the Robot Tractor or Auto Tractor obtains location information from the sat-

ellites and carry out operations automatically with high precision, there is no need for skills to maintain accuracy and precision, leading to reduced fatigue. Once the operating information or work records gathered from these agricultural machines are digitized via SmartAssist such that the customers can verify status of their machinery and farm land on their smart phones from anywhere, and supports farm owners in managing farms more effectively. In the remote sensing service in Continued on page 39

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which aerial photographs of rice plants are taken with a special cameramounted drones to analyze the growth conditions, by suggesting potential causes for insufficient or uneven growth, if any, to the customers to improve the farm land, yield maximization and quality improvement is achieved. The customers can verify the growth state, good or bad, identified via the remote sensing from their smartphones. Because the service give the analysis results without getting affected by light or angle of light caused due to hours of shooting or climate, age-based comparison of farm land conditions is possible. Coordinating not just one but all tasks, and repeating PDCA (plan-docheck-act) certainly helps the customers save or reduce labor of the farm workers, and maximizes the productivity and enhances work efficiency. Shifting most of the tasks performed by the farm workers to robots and equipment powered by technology and supporting farm owners in managing farms more effectively

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embodies the Yanmar’s concept of “Smart Agriculture”. A new form of agriculture that is crucial for future. High horsepower is the strong point of the Robot Tractor. Yanmar was able to commercially produce such high horsepowerequipped tractors much ahead of other companies. The Robot Tractor that Yanmar started to develop from 2011 will be available for sale in autumn this year. As the high precision tasks can be controlled via just the tablet without the operator having to ride the tractor, even on land where it is difficult to till straight, the tractor can be driven accurately. Moreover, while riding the tractor; one person can coordinate one additional unmanned tractor, enabling simultaneous automated work of two tractors. Even beginners who have no experience driving a tractor can seamlessly control the Robot Tractor, and by doing so, experienced tractor drivers can focus on other work, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced labor. Such improvements increase work efficiency greatly, but the main strength of Yanmar’s Robot

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Tractor is its versatility in a wide range of fields and rice paddies. With more than 88-horsepower, the Robot Tractor can work large fields with precision. In North America and Europe where farms are large scale operations, there is a demand for autonomous tractors that deliver on versatility. Being the first company to meet these needs, is one of Yanmar’s strengths. Yanmar’s “Smart Agriculture” benefits all the customers across the base, and helps them evolve toward better agriculture. To be able to confidently propose such ideas and thoroughly convince the customers of its advantages, we ourselves are practicing model farm management on Yanmar’s demo field since 2017. We have been cultivating wheat, soybean, and dent corn that are indigenous to Hokkaido, and testing ICTs used in Robot Tractor, SmartAssist, and remote sensing services. By practicing the most advanced farm management, we are trying to get hands-on experience every day from the customers’ perspective to devise a technology that would enable the customers to

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efficiently improve their profits. We distribute a report called “Weekly Smart Agri” among the in-house employees and share the actual methods of using the agricultural machinery with staff from Operations and Development divisions. Such sharing of information comes handy in matters such as further enhancing the products and providing support to the customers. Even I work on the farm. But, the Robot Tractor does not need any actions from the operator, makes my work easy and effortless. I get little sleepy after the lunch. With Robot Tractor, I can afford to get a little sleepy... (laughs). By introducing “Smart Agriculture” to Japan’s agriculture, Yanmar aims to support profitable farm management as well as respecting the blessing that is food. In Hokkaido, where advanced agriculture is flourishing, amalgamation of agricultural machinery with information and communication technologies (ICTs) is steadily progressing. From 2013 to 2017, shipped quantity of tractors equipped with an automatic steering function has in-

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creased ten-fold, increasing from 170 vehicles to 1600 vehicles (*1) in the period of five years. In such times, not stopping at just changing the agriculture domain to an extent by introducing intelligent automation in the tractors, but also providing total support for a series of operations in farm management, starting from growth condition analysis, farm land improvement to agricultural machinery management are Yanmar’s strengths. As the adoption of ICTs opens many doors of enhancement in the field of agriculture, we will con-

Page 39 tinue to bring evolution to agriculture with the help of ICTs. Moreover, when it comes to food, which is an extension of the agriculture, we would like to ensure that we deliver food that the consumers can eat without any worry. From here onwards, by introducing “Smart Agriculture” to Japan’s agriculture, we would like to focus on our pursuits to create a “food value chain” that would be make the farming community and the consumers equally happy. b Source: Yanmar

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2002 Komatsu WA500-3H c/w 8 yd bucket. 27,955 KG, 8,971 hrs., very good running machine. $85,000. PHONE: (604) 485-4401 Hammers to fit your carrier! Phone or Text D o y o u f o l l o w u s o n Advertise your machines in AL: (604) 813-5500 Own or Rent. Twitter? Go to this link and the classifieds! Call Sheryl Cat 980F. Asking $69,000 vanedequipment.com follow us today! OBO. 2004 Cat 980G. for deadline and rates. PHONE: (604) 888-9020 supplypost.com/twitter Asking $129,000 OBO. CALL: 1-800-663-4802 PHONE: (877) 255-9293 Langley, BC. dave@infinitywest.ca GRINDERS LOADERS (Backhoe) PHONE: (604) 240-7977 . Hitachi ZX70-3 w/new hyd. thumb, new Q/C, new 48” clean up bucket, 90% U/C with rubber inserts, and back up camera. 3,958 hrs. $69,900. PHONE: (250) 468-1000 Supply Post publishes nationally with an East and West edition, need a copy? CALL: 1-800-663-4802

LOGGING EQUIP.

1998 Petersen HC2400-A c/w 400 HP Cummins & remote. New items – 2011 John Deere 310SJ, drum bearings, feed wear 0U203451, 6837 Hours, plate, discharge conv. $64,500 CAD, $49,200 USD. Winnipeg, MB. $125,000. Brandt Tractor Phone or Text PHONE: (888) 2-BRANDT AL: (604) 813-5500 clutch, batteries, Main

BROWN INTERNATIONAL SERVICES NEW PARTS for IHC - Dresser - In Stock, including Exchange Transmissions, Steering Drives & Drop-In Motors, Carco Gearmatic Winch Products FULL TRACK PRESS FACILITIES Complete Excavator & Crawler Tractor Undercarriages Berco, Trek & Intertractor

MACHINES FOR SALE

· 1981 Dresser TD15C, enclosed cab, angle blade, winch...$POR · 1996 Dresser TD9H, c/w angle blade, ripper, bush guard .....................................................................................$38,500 · 1989 Case 855D Crawler Loader, c/w ripper ...............$12,750 · 1996 Champion 780A Grader, Cummins powered, wing & chains ..........................................................................$38,000 • 2002 Dressta TD9H Extra, like new, 105 Hp, Cummins, Hyster W3C logging, guarded, only 900 hrs .............................$72,000 • IHC H80B, runs well, c/w bucket ..................................$15,000 • D-7 17A machine, not running .......................................$3,500 · Dresser TD20C, not running, complete ...........................$6,500 · Cat D8K Beales brush rake .............................................$6,900 • TD15C Beales brush blade .............................................$4,000 • TD15C Winch, Carco F50 ................................................$3,500 • TD20G-20E Grapple.........................................Reduced $7,500 • TD20E GUTO DVT 800 engine .........................................$9,500 • Used TD25 Rails & 22" pads ..........................................$6,000 · Dresser 20 E/G/M 42 Link Rails ............................. INSOLD STOCK · TD15C Track Groups, 22" Pads ............................... IN STOCK • Cat D7 17A Pup Engine ..................................................$2,500 • Cat D46U Engine Core ....................................................$1,000 SOLD Wrecking: Cat D7 17A, Komatsu D85E-18, good undercarriage

Large Inventory Of New & Used International & Dresser Parts & All Brands of Undercarriage

“We Service What We Sell” Ph: (250) 546-6518 • Fax: (250) 546-3100 www.brownihc.com |E-Mail: info@brownihc.com 4274, Box 557 Hwy 97A North, Armstrong, B.C. V0E 1B0

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

AMIX GROUP SURPLUS Jim Murphy • 1-844-505-4105

• Cummins Generator (2 avail.), Mechanics special, will need a full rebuild or split apart for core value of engine and possible trailer ............................................. $7,000 ea. • 2002 North River 25’ Commander XL 8.1L Riverboat .................................................................................... $38,500 • 2007 International cab & chassis, 5 ton truck DT466, 370,000 Kms ........................................................... $12,000 • 36" Pipe Floats available in 12', 23' and 30' .......... POR • 10" x .365" A252 Grade 3 Pipe Available .............. POR • Used Conveyor Belting, Various Cond. Approx. 1,880', great for horse stalls & cattle barns .................. $2.50/ft • 1986 John Deere 2150 45 HP 3 Cyl Diesel Tractor, New Battery, 4,918 Hrs ...........................................$8,900 • 72" Land Pride RCR 1872 Mower ........................$2,250

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Gravel Pit Operation – Retiring All equipment & permit for sale  20 Ft Sea Can w/Welder  Free-Standing Grizzly  3-Deck Simplicity Screen  6’ X 12’ 2-Deck Screen  2 Stackers  2 Gen. Sets  Misc. Motors  Cat 325BL Excavator  Mitsubishi 6 Cyl Generator  30 Ton P & H Crane Call for details & pricing

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ROADBUILDERS

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3” & 4” Lowbed decking up to 24’ long. 2x8 truck decking 12’ to 24’ long. Treated timbers & plywoods. Swamp pad timbers, 8x8 10x10 - 12x12 - to 30’ long. Bridge timbers cut to size. Poles for pile driving, any size. Metal roofing and wall cladding. We deliver “even to the moon’. can-ambuildingsupply@ shaw.ca CAN-AM LUMBER MILL PHONE: (604) 580-1415

LNH EQUIPMENT

Rubber-lined 150 hp 10x10 Slurry Pump with controls and electronic eye and tank. Approx. 200 hrs use. $40,000. auremalliance@hotmail. com PHONE: (509) 951-3156

Wally’s tires

Quality New Tires & Chains Phone: (250) 833-8349

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Located in Sorrento, BC

1999 Komatsu 3002005 CEC Road Runner, 6, Comes with digging Gravel Screener Series, & clean up buckets. In 2 - 6X16’ 2340 hours, 6 GOOD shape. 14,000. hrs. screens $99,500 $60,000. Sicamous, BC Limb Logging 2016 Sandvik Mobile Scalp PHONE: (403) 245-2134 info@paradisemotel.ca Screen, Model QE441 Do you like us on PHONE: (250) 836-3352 with 5100 Hours, 6’ x 18’ Facebook? Go to this link SAND & GRAVEL HD Two deck scalper. and like our page today! $285,000 obo Quality, built in BC to your HUGH: (604) 657-7167 supplypost.com/facebook MARINE specs, Screen Decks 3’ x Detroit 3-53 c/w - B/W 5’ to 5’ x 10’, Conveyors, Feeders, Placer. Kelowna, $2,500. Powell River, BC. BC. PIERRE: (604) 483-4336 LOOKING TO BUY USED EQUIPMENT Juniper Equipment Ltd. • ALL CONDITIONS • TOP PRICES PAID • CALL TODAY PHONE: (250) 470-8987 MINING Superior variable speed belt feeder. Hopper is 20 ton capacity. 200 hrs use. $40,000. Located in Yukon. auremalliance@hotmail. com PHONE: (509) 951-3156

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Superior variable speed belt feeder. Hopper is 20 ton capacity. 200 hrs use. $40,000. Located in Yukon. auremalliance@hotmail. com PHONE: (509) 951-3156

SAWMILLS

EXCAVATORS

2005 Volvo 460B, 5900 orig. hrs., 2 bkts., hyd., thb, full guard............. .......................................................................................... SOLD 1995 Cat 320, c/w 2 bkts, hyd. thumb, full guarding, very clean, tight mach, plumbed for grapple ....................................$35,000 2006 Bobcat 334 C/W hyd. thb., blade, 2 bkts., 2700 hrs., steel tracks, mint cond. ............................................................. SOLD 2005 Hyundai 210 LC-7, 8,600 hrs, hyd. thb., ..............$45,000 DOZERS Caterpillar D10L c/w ripper, blade, runs & works well....................... .......................................................................................... SOLD

PORTABLE SAWMILLS INDUSTRIAL SAWMILLS BLADES & BLADE MAINTENANCE. PHONE: (877) 866-0667

NEWLY LISTED: 1989 Willock 50 Ton Lowbed......................... $39,500

INVENTORY: 1995 Hitachi EX300RB, new U/C .................... $48,500 1995 Volvo A25C ....................................... $69,900 2600 Timberjack Skidder, good runner ..............$5,000 2005 Terex TA30 Gen 7, new trans .................. $79,000

WHEEL LOADERS 1992 Komatsu WA 300 runs good GP bucket tires are down machine is really tight new seat delivery avail. asking........ SOLD Ford A62 GP bkt., clean, straight machine .....................$17,500

ROCKTRUCKS 2005 Caterpillar 740, 17,000 hrs, call for info ............. $69,500 TRUCKS Older KW W900 Cable Roll-off Truck 3406B Cat engine, runs well, needs love .....................................................asking $7500 GRINDERS

Morbark Chipper 30RXL, 3412 CAT Engine, crane & grapple for self loading (open to trades) ...........................Reduced $27,500 FINAL DRIVES Cat 315 Final Drive Complete w/Propel Motor .................. CALL

2005 Volvo A25D, new rubber, 10,500 hrs. ......$125,000

ENGINES

1980 Cat 980C .......................................... $37,500

Complete Caterpillar 3412 running engine, out of Cat 992 loader, asking ............................................................... $12,500

2007 Deere 2554 Processor w/624 .......................POR

ATTACHMENTS

Prentice Feller Buncher ............................... SOLD

Complete Hyd. Thumb off Volvo 240, includes all parts & brackets. .........................................................................$4,500 Various Excavator buckets to fit all size machines .......... CALL CWS Hydraulic thumb, complete w/cylinder + bracket, dismantled off 15 tonne unit ............................................$3,900 Cat S418 snowblower minimal use ....................asking $5,000

2004 Raja Tri-Axle Trailer .................................POR Madill 122 Yarder ....................................$450,000 Madill 046 5-525 Skyline Yarder ................. $385,000

MECHANIC’S SPECIAL

2003 Madill 2200B Buncher ......................... $97,500

Komatsu PC 150-6 Needs wing gear box, runs well ................... ...........................................................................asking $11,500

2006 Tamrock Ranger 800 Drill .................... $175,000 2005 Hitachi 250 Forester, c/w grapple/buckets, 11,600 hrs ............................................................ POR 1996 Mac / Lowbed E7, 18sp, 400km ..............$29,500 2007 Sterling / Can American Slinger XL19 .......$79,500 2007 Kenworth T800 Tri Drive 60 Ton Crane .. $180,000

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WRECKING

Caterpillar 325B, has light fire damage, complete or for parts ... .......................................................................................... CALL 2014 Hyundai 210-9 Forester burn unit for parts ............. CALL Volvo 240B runner, 80% U/C cabguard ............................. CALL Recently In – 2004 Volvo 240B Forester – Burnt Unit, will sell complete or parts; c/w Q/A, dig bkt & hyd. thmb ................ CALL 1996 Cat 330L Excavator, light burn, will sell complete or for parts, hyd. thumb Q/A available........................................CALL 2004 Volvo 210B Forrester Burnt, complete or for parts. CALL

Volvo A40C complete, for parts .....................................CALL Cat 966c • Hitachi Ex200-1 • Cat 330 BL.................... CALL

TF: (844) 849-4257

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MARCHER SKIDDER TIRES & CHAINS • Economically Priced Tires & chains • Fast Shipping • Mounting Available (Locally) • Trade-Ins Welcome

*INTRODUCTORY PRICING* SKIDDER TIRES • 24.5 x 32 - 20 ply......................................................... $2,500 • 30.5 x 32 - 26 ply ........................................................ $3,200 • 35.5 x 32 - 26 ply......................................................... $4,400

SKIDDER CHAINS • 30.5 x 32 - 3/4” link - Diamond Style .......................... $4,000 • 35.5 x 32 - 3/4” link - Diamond Style ........................... $4,400

Wally’s Private Parts Quality Used Parts

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

PARTS MACHINES Skidders

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

Excavators

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

Loaders

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

Bunchers

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

Crawler Tractors

• D8H Cat, D7F Cat, Komatsu D65D

Graders

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

Trucks

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

Other parts machines

• 320 Waratah Head • Coring Hotsaw 20-22 Head • OMEGA 20-20 Ton Hyd. Crane • Crane Ph 20-1A Omega • Denharco 3000-3500 Strokers

Used Tires and Chains

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

Tracks

Running Motors

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

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SHREDDERS

SKIDDERS

TROMMELS

6 M32 track shoes and wedge bolts $300. 2 sets pickup chains $100. 2 anvil cable cutters $120 Enderby, BC. abel13@shaw.ca DOUG: (250) 558-9124

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2017 Edge Slayer XL, 989 hrs., dual shaft shredder w/ magnet, exc. cond. Cat C9, danfoss pump/drives Many options/spares, $325,000 USD. Calgary, AB Brazel Construction Ltd PHONE: (403) 669-2900

TRACKS

TRAILERS 2000 Tigercat 630B, 5200 hrs., $80,000. w/o in last 1000hrs., 73/44 tires with 4 chains. $63,000. Edmonton, AB Jerry Ryan Equipment Sales Ltd 2004 K-Line bed 60 ton jtceryan@telus.net tridem 10 wide without PHONE: (780) 915-5426 riggers to 11 ft c/w neck Extension third axle has manual lift Bed is in excellent shape. Asking $62,000.00 obo KEVIN:(604) 793-6156

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TRENCHERS

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

HEAVY EQUIPMENT PARTS SOURCE Used or Aftermarket ATTACHMENTS • Orange peel grapple to fit a 220 size machine, free rotation..............................................................$10,000 • Various Dig and Clean up Buckets to fit all ranges of equipment from the 200 size to 450 size ................ POR

COMPONENTS • 120G Transmission, 980G Transmission, 988B Transmission, 330C Swing box, 330D Swing Box, Hydraulic Pumps, Hydraulic Cylinders.

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

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

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

FORESTRY ATTACHMENTS Button Tops, Heal Racks, Denarko Heads, Pierce Heads, & Risley Heads.

COMPONENTS IN STOCK • Final Drives • Engines • HydraulicCylinders

• Swing Boxes • Differentials • Hydraulic Pumps

• Wheel Planetary • Hose Kits For All Machines

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

For Your Equipment Needs:

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November 2018

2015 Screen Machine Might II, High speed shredder/Hammermill, 22 free swing blades, 3'x4' Trommel screen-38ft.sq. adj. clearing brush, 18" feeder belt, 18" main belt, 1 cu.yd. hopper w/ tipping grizzly, 26hp Yanmar diesel engine, hydraulic oil cooler, single axle w/ single 7:00-15 6 ply tires, multi-position landing gear for level operation, tow package and collection chute extension. Excellent condition, bought new May 2015. It has been in storage since 2017. $77,500. HenDen - Calgary ,AB. ASamra@westhoff.ab.ca PHONE: (403) 604-5641

1995 Freightliner cat power 425 HP 18 spd trans rebuild by 99 truck part 2 years ago. 46000 lbs rear ends w/double locking deff’s 90% rubber all around, air bag suspension. In good shape. Phone for more info. $12,500 KEVIN: (604) 793-6156 Next Advertising Deadline is Nov. 16th, 2018. Call Sheryl for rates. CALL: 1-800-663-4802

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TRUCKS (Off Hwy)

TRUCKS (Dump)

2001 Mack 6x6 - Mack power 275HP Mack 6 speed trans with high/ low range. Transfer case high/low range. Deff’s are 46,000 Mack deff’s truck, Trench shoring by “Lynn” TRUCKS good rubber all around, – 8 ft x 16 ft c/w 4 ft 1982 International Shop AC, heavy duty rock box, extensions plus 3 sets of spreader bars – 4 ft., Truck, c/w shelving & bench tailgate w/high lift and 6 ft and 8 ft wide trench. & compressors. $4,500. 35 ton lift cycle. Asking OBO. Enderby, BC. $15,000. $38,000 OBO. abel13@shaw.ca Phone or Text KEVIN:(604) 793-6156 AL: (604) 813-5500 DOUG: (250) 558-9124

Ph: 403-720-3494 Mark Cell: 403-519-7254 mark@albertaengine.com

6x6 Army dump truck w/ steel gravel box, refined w/ AR 500 plate, box equipped w/high lift gate. Cummins Power model 855, 250 HP, Allison 5 SPD auto. 46000 lbs deffs. Transfer case - high and low range, duel wheels on now, c/w set of super singles. Great shape. Asking $38,000. Obo. Phone for more info. KEVIN:(604) 793-6156

1 of 5 – KOMATSU HD325-7, Delivered New 2013, 5410-6047 Hours, Box Liner, Heated Box, Engine Block Heater, Tailgate, Autogrease. Call for details. Marcel Equipment Ltd. sales@marcelequipment. com CALL JOHN OR MARK: 1-800-265-5747

EQUIPMENT FOR SALE 2011 Hyundai 250LC-9 Excavator, Q/C, 2 Buckets, Hyd. Thumb, 2,300 Hrs ...................................................................... $135,000.

CAT • C7 POWER UNIT ...........................................$16,500 • C7 NEW .........................................................$18,900 • C7 RB LB .......................................................$10,200 • 3116 RB LB .....................................................$8,900 • C13 Needs Work .............................................$5,500 • C15 MXS .......................................................$10,900 • 3116 RB ........................................................$10,900 • 3126 Used .......................................... $2,700-$8,500 • 3306 RB Long Block .....................................$10,500

2012 Hyundai 210LC-9/LogMax 7000XT .............$160,000.

CUMMINS • ISX CM870 ......................................................$9,500 • ISC CM850 ......................................................$8,500 • 6BTA5.9 CPL599 USED ...................................$6,200 • 4B3.9 65 HP Used ...........................................$5,500 • ISL CM554 ......................................................$8,500 • 4BT3.9 25 KW Kohler Gen Set ........................$4,500 • 4BTA3.9 RB LB................................................$4,900 • 6BT5.9 Used Rotary Dodge .............................$2,500 • ISB 5.9 Used 2004 ..........................................$5,900 • ISB 5.9 RB LB 04-07 Dodge............................$6,900 • 6CTA8.3 RB LB................................................$9,700

NEW AMI Quick Coupler, c/w Blank Hooks For Hyundai HL730 ....................................................................... $2,715.

DETROIT • 8V92TA............................................................$6,900 • 4-71 Used ........................................................$2,500 • 4-71 RB ...........................................................$6,900 • 6V92TA DDEC RB Bus...................................$12,900 • 50 SERIES Nat Gas Used ................................$2,500 MISC • DT466E Used 1999 .........................................$3,500 • DT466E Inframed 1999 ...................................$6,900 ENGINE PARTS & OH KITS • Call For Pricing

ENGINE PARTS • CALL DON 403-271-0973 ENGINES • CALL MARK 403-519-7254 64166-426 Ave E Aldersyde, AB T0L 0A0

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2001 Komatsu 200LC-6 Excavator, Forestry Cab, New Engine, QC, 2 Buckets ..........................................................$35,000. 2013 LogMax 7000FXT (Fixed Head), Thumbnail Wheels, 500 Computer, 6,000 Hours............................................$92,500.

TRUE NORTH EQUIPMENT INC. 1-780-722-8129 · www.truenorthequipment.ca

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

DISMANTLING: EXCAVATORS: Komatsu PC228USLC LOADERS: Case 621, JD 644C, JD 544B, IT14B Cat, W14, Case W20, Case W20C, MF 33D, Case W14B, JD 544 CRAWLERS: Komatsu D53A, Case 1150B, JD 450C, Cat D7, Cat D82U 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, Ford 575E TRENCHERS: Case 860 PACKERS: Bomag BW213 PDH-2 A LARGE SELECTION OF TESTED DIESEL ENGINES CUMMINS, CAT, PERKINS, JD & CASE

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Buying Equipment For Dismantling


November 2018

WANTED Timbco T415D Feller Buncher, dismantled/parts. PHONE: (403) 350-0047

WASH STATION

Commercial Pressure Wash Station. Includes 4x Custom 5GPM @ 2000 PSI, 7.5 HP, 575 V, 3 PH, c/w Accessories, 1x Custom Table Mount Bench for 4 Custom Pumps, 4x 510,000 BTU Water Heater c/w Accessories, 4x Custom Hose Hangar Track for 50’ Bay, 4x 100’ 5000 PSI 2 Wire c/w Accessories, 1x Custom Soap Pre-Spray Air Operated c/w Accessories, 1x Custom Acid Pre-Spray Air Operated c/w Accessories, 4x Gun 36’’ SS Wand c/w accessories. Great wash unit for Truck/ Car Wash, Heavy Equip., Ag Equip., Oil, Mining, Gas & Commercial/Industrial Cleaning. Selling as one Unit for $89,900 or Call for Piece Pricing. Delta, BC Ask about Delivery. tonysinghdhaliwal@ gmail.com TONY: (403) 619-1313

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Sixteen Case Dealers Across North America Recognized For Excellence Case Construction Equipment has named its 2018 “Diamond Dealer” and “Gold Dealer” award recipients as a part of its North American Construction Equipment Partnership Program. The awards recognize dealerships across the US and Canada for excellence in five categories including sales performance, marketing and communications, product support, parts support and training. The 2018 Diamond Dealer award winners are: ASCO (Texas), Crawler Supply (La.), Groff Tractor (Pa., Md., N.J.), HiTrac (1974) (Winnipeg, Manitoba), J.R. Brisson (Ontario, Quebec), Kucera Farm Supply (Ontario), Longus Equipment Inc. (Quebec), McCann Industries (Ill., Ind., Mich.), Monroe Tractor (N.Y., Mass., Conn.), Nueces Power Equipment (Texas), Redhead Equipment (Saskatchewan)), Sequoia Equipment (Ca.) and State Equipment (Ky., W. Va.).

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Merlin’s buy & sell Snow Blade - 966C Angle .....................................$5,500 Snow Blade - 966G/H, 16’ Wide, Fusion ...........$13,500 Bucket - 950, 31K ....................................................$2,500 Bucket - 966 G/H, New ..........................................$6,500 Bucket - 966C ............................................................. Call Pallet Forks - 966C..................................................$3,500 Grapple - 966C ........................................................$1,500 Grapple - 950F .........................................................$3,500 Grapple - 966F .........................................................$3,500 Brush Rake - 200, 60", CWS Lugging ...................$3,000 Bucket - 72" Clean-up ............................................$1,750 Quick Coupler - 924/930, New ..............................$3,500 966F - Rebuilt Diff, Rollout 9C8182 .....................$17,500 966G - Rebuilt Diff, Rollout Ant# .........................$18,500 966F - Diff Core, 9C8182 .........................................$3,500 950G - Diff Core, PW-112-0723 .............................$2,500 966F - Main Bellcrank, New, 4F3119 ...................$3,500 3306 - Block, 4P0623 ..............................................$1,500 3306 - Crankshaft, 010/010 ....................................$1,500 Boom - 950, 31K ......................................................$1,500 Boom - 936 - 33Z .....................................................$1,500 Cylinders - Rebuilt Grapple...................................... Call Cylinder - 966C, Tilt, Rebuilt ..................................$1,000 Boom - Pin & Bush Kit - 966C .................................. Call Brakes Shoes & Cams - 966C.................................. Call Ripper Shank - D7H/R, New .................................$1,000 Ripper Shank - D8 ..................................................$1,250 Rollers - D8K, Used ................................................... Call Tires - New 23.5 x 25, 24 Ply ‘Set of 4’ .................$6,000 Tires - Radial 20.5R25, General, ‘Set of 4’ ...........$3,000 Tire & Rim - 966D/E, 26.5 x 25 ...............................$1,500 Tire & Rim - 966F, 26.5 x 25 ....................................$1,500 Tire & Rim - 966C, 1800 x 25 ............................... $300 ea 966F Rims & Rings - New, Cat ..............................$1,750 Tire Chains - 23.5 x 25 Stud, D/Diamond .............$2,500 Tire Chains - 23.5 x 25, Netted Link.........................$600 Tire Chains - 20.5 x 25, Netted Link......................$1,200 Window Guards - Assorted ..................................... Call Lot of parts for Older Caterpillar Equipment

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2012 - D6T LGP Crawler 6-way dozer..................................... $195,000 2008 - 430 Excavator Mini Bobcat ............................................ $51,500 2007 - 420E Loader Backhoe Extenda-hoe.............................. $56,500 2005 - 535B in shop having Trans replaced ............................ $65,000 2005 - CS563E Compactor Reblt. Eng & drum drive ............... $69,500 2001 - D7R Crawler 2BBL MS Ripper .................................... $180,000 1997 - IT28G Tool Carrier - c/w Bucket .................................... $49,500 1993 - IT14F Tool Carrier Rebuilt Trans & Eng......................... $29,000 1987 - G660C GRADALL c/w multi buckets.............................. $25,000 1969 - 950 - Cat Wheel Loader w/bucket................................. $19,500

DOZER ATTACHMENTS

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

WHEEL LOADER ATTACHMENTS

Blade - 930H - Hyd Angle 12 Ft. WBM ..................................... $14,000 Blade - 966C - Hyd Angle ........................................................... $10,500 Broom - IT28G - BP25 100” Broom *Rebuilt*.......................... $10,500 Bucket - 344J - 4 yard Q/A *New* ............................................. $3,500 Bucket - 914H - Cat BOE 94” ...................................................... $3,000 Bucket - IT62G/H, IT38G/H - WBM Fusion Lugging ................. $7,000 Bucket - 950G/H - Cat BOE 114” ................................................. $7,000 Bucket - 966G - 125” GP *New* ................................................. $7,000 Bucket - 980G - Cat Chip Bucket ................................................ $8,500 Bucket - 980M/H - WBM 147” *New* ..................................... $12,000 Bucket - 980 -Snow/Chip - WBM 140in ..................................... $7,500 Coupler - 938H - WBM 130-411-0318 ......................................... $4,000 Coupler - 980H - Imac Q/C hydraulic.......................................... $5,900 Forks - 930G,924,938 - Cat Fusion Q/C 54” ................................. $7,000 Forks - 930H Q/C 53” ..................................................................... $4,000 Forks - 938H - WBM 48” goes with #1916 ................................. $3,500 Grapple - 928G, IT28G - Pipe ....................................................... $5,000 Grapple - 938G, IT38G - Pipe ....................................................... $5,000 Grapple - 966G Cat Log grapple WBM ...................................... $7,500 Jib - 930H - Cat IT Lugging........................................................... $3,500 Jib - 938K - Fusion Q/A ................................................................. $3,900 Teeth - Grapple Hensley (17) *New* ......................................$150 ea. Tires - 938G 20.5” x 25” (2) *New*.............................................. $3,000 Tires - CS56 23.26” Good Year Diamond Tread (2 .................... $3,500

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Blade Bare - Motor Grader - 108” *New* ................................ $3,200 Blade Snow -14M C/W Hyd. Lift, Manual Angle .................... $18,000 Lift Grp. Front - 140G/H/M - Imac................................................ $5,000 Lift Grp. Front - 14H/14M - WBM ............................................... $ P.O.R Push Block - 14M - Front Block Assy ........................................ $2,750 Ripper - 140M/160M - Cat - 3 Shank *New* ........................... $13,500 Ripper - 14H - Cat M/S................................................................ $12,000 Snow Wing - 140M - C/W Mounts WBM Hyd .......................... $6,000 Snow Wing - 14M - WBM Mast bumper mnt *New* ........... $15,500 Snow Wing -140M/160M - WBM ripper mnt.*New* ............ $15,500 Snow Wing - 140H/160H - WBM Lo-Pro.................................... $5,000 Wobbly - Handy Hitch PP92” Hyd ............................................. $ P.O.R

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Auger - 30C - Bobcat Auger c/w Bits ........................................ $4,200 Blade - 246C - AMI 108” snow *New*....................................... $4,610 Bucket Snow Skidsteer 71” 1.25 yard Volvo............................. $1,750 Forks - Skid Steer 48” Mid state .................................................. $1250

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

EXCAVATOR ATTACHMENTS

Brush Rake - 200 - 60” CWS Q/A *New*................................... $6,000 Brush Rake - 200 - 46” FAS Q/A *Missing tine* ....................... $2,500 Brush Rake - 200 - 60” WBM Q/A *New* ................................. $6,000 Brush Rake - 200 - 66” WBM Q/A............................................... $6,000 Brush Rake - Butt-n-Top Finning 120” ....................................... $5,000 Bucket - 120 - 56” WBM Q/C W/O Twist-a-Wrist DLE ............ $7,000 Bucket - 200 - 36” Craig WBM Q/A (ZX210) .............................. $5,500 Bucket - 200 - 36” Cat WBM Q/A (ZX210) ................................. $6,500 Bucket - 250 - 42” Cat WBM Q/A (322C).................................... $5,000 Bucket - 250 - 60” WBM Q/A....................................................... $4,500 Bucket - 250 - 60” FMS Skeleton ................................................ $7,850 Bucket - 250 - 66” C/U Finning Q/A............................................. $5,500 Bucket - 250 - 66” WBM Q/A New EFI....................................... $7,500 Bucket - 330 - 48” CWS WBM Q/A............................................. $6,500 Bucket - 330 - 72” C/U WBM Q/A ............................................... $6,000 Bucket - 330D - 72” WBM Q/A AMI ........................................... $6,000 Bucket - 345/450 - 54” WBM Q/A ............................................... $7,000 Bucket - 450 - 84” WBM Q/A ...................................................... $6,000 Ripper - 150 - Finning Q/A Lugging ............................................. $1,500 Ripper - 250 - WBM Q/A............................................................... $4,000 Ripper - 330 - Finning Q/A ............................................................ $4,000 Thumb - 200 - Gentec MT2650 HD *New* ................................ $2,750 Thumb - 250 - Cat Hyd WBM Q/A ............................................... $5,500 Thumb - 330 - Cat Hyd .................................................................. $6,500


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How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Construction Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the way the construction industry does business. After years of hype, the technology is finally here and can boost productivity, safety and other critical aspects of business success. An AI system can enable such services as predictive maintenance, which multiplies the value of the Internet of Things (IoT). “With AI, users can learn patterns that lead to failures and make predictions such as construction equipment failing if it is not serviced after a certain amount of time,” Maciej Kranz of Cisco explains. “The AI system might also recommend how to operate the equipment to maximize its useful life, offering trade-offs between performance and longevity.” Machine learning makes the analytics systems “smarter” as time goes on and more data sets and patterns are available.

Kranz makes the analogy that AI is the brain and IoT is the body, with IoT providing both input (data) and output (action) for the smart computing and analytics function of a centralized AI system. “By working smarter together, users can make better day-to-day or planning decisions, whether on a construction site or in a manufacturing facility or in a retail store,” says Kranz. About 60 percent of companies believe their future success depends on the implementation of artificial intelligence, according to Harvard Business Review. Another 36 percent say their organizations were in pilot or production use with machine-learning technology. While this type of technology can better empower construction teams to handle critical tasks, there are a number of challenges holding back widespread adoption that need to be

addressed first before finding success with artificial intelligence. These include: • Fear among workers: Some employees believe that AI is a job killer and that it will require a deeper understanding of data science. However, as newer tools come out, AI is becoming an easierto-use tool. • Cultural resistance: There is also a cultural resistance to new groundbreaking technologies that needs to be overcome. Kranz emphasizes that it is important that people understand AI is here, and that movement on adoption should be a priority, but only once a company’s needs and values have been assessed. • Security: From an IT perspective, security is a huge issue, and the security industry is finally addressing the special requirements of IoT, inclusive of AI, according to Kranz. “Just as they responded to Wi-Fi 15 years ago, they are now focusing on security standards, interoperability, and certifications, from the device level

through the network and to the cloud.” The technology combination of IoT and AI will change construction for the long term with new business opportunities and revenue streams as well as new business models and structures that take advantage of IoT and AI capabilities. Artificial intelligence is expected to alter business models in the construction industry in areas including logistics, customer-relationship management, support, workflow automation and finance. Even more, artificial intelligence can help in recreating realistic situations for training, reducing injuries and costly mistakes and making operations more efficient. This can enable operators to better use existing labor resources, helping with the skilled labor shortage in construction, according to Kranz. In the future, cobots and robots can work alongside workers, helping to speed construction, make better decisions and reduce costs and injuries. b Source: Conexpo

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Poppy Truck In The Clear After Owner Strikes Deal With Royal British Legion A haulage firm boss who the trademark, but as part ried out a full blown audit raises money for the Royal of the agreement with the and I passed with flying coBritish Legion with her spe- RBL, she does not have to lours. All those people who cially-decorated truck had alter the truck, and can ever doubted it are going to come to an agreement with continue to attend events. have egg on their face. “On the charity after it threat- She had also been given the other hand I’ve had lots ened her with legal action. a clean bill of health by of support - some people Christine Langham, from the RBL, which carried were even threatening to Sunk Island, near Hull, out an audit last year - si- cancel their membership had become well known lencing a small minority over this.” My followers at events around the coun- who accused her of being on Facebook gave me the try with her crowd-pulling a “fraud”. Mrs Langham strength to carry on - they Poppy Truck, hand-painted said it was a huge relief: believe in me and I am not with images from WW1 “The last few months going to let them down.” and WW2, and draped have really taken their Mrs Langham says relatoll. At one stage I was tives who have lost loved with a Union Jack. Christine Langham going to shut it all down. ones find huge comfort in came to an agreement I’ve been called a fraud, a the truck, which she has with the RBL over her liar and doing it for mon- kept adding to most recentPoppy Truck, but she was ey to rip the public off’. ly with a scene of Hull’s Blitz on the driver’s and in a tight spot after the That really got to me. “If you wanted to carry the trenches of PasschenRBL threatened legal action, unless she gave up out a scam, you wouldn’t daele on the passenger’s her trademark “Team Pop- go to the kind of expense I door. The striking artwork by py and the Poppy Truck” went to - buying a truck for because it would “poten- £80,000, spending £15,000 Hull artist Keith Holmes tially damage” its brand. to £20,000 doing it up, plus took a week. “It’s my way After a torrid few months the running costs, all for of saying thanks,” she said. in which she faced a num- a couple of hundred quid. and she said the truck ber of false accusations on “There’s no logic in it, but helps breathe new life into social media, Mrs Lang- that was what I was being the RBL as it helps convey Camex_SP_Ad_101518.qxp_Supply Post Ad 2018-10-15 1:46 PM Page 1 ham decided to relinquish accused of. “The RBL car- the message to younger

generations. Mrs Langham will be unveiling her new logo “supporting the Royal British Legion” at the first of 20 events she will be taking the Poppy Truck to this year, the Peterborough Truck Show, on May 5. A joint statement said: “The Royal British Legion and Christine Langham are delighted to announce that we have come to an amicable agreement in relation to the Poppy Truck. Christine has agreed to assign her registered trademark in “Team Poppy and the Poppy Truck” to the Legion, and this will help the Legion to continue to protect the Poppy Appeal for veterans and their families. “Christine has also agreed

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Kenworth Launches New Long-Hood Conventional – The W990 Kenworth continued its tradition of driver-focused product development with the introduction of its new long-hood conventional – the Kenworth W990 – recently during a major unveiling event at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. A large audience of customers, dealers and press gathered to celebrate the launch of the new W990 with its traditional design that truly makes it The Driver’s Truck. “The new Kenworth W990 is a reflection of the Kenworth brand, The World’s Best, which represents the quality, engineering excellence, and both customer and driver focus that goes into every Kenworth we build,” said Mike Dozier, Kenworth general manager and PACCAR vice president. “We are passionate about our products, our customers that depend on them, and the drivers that operate them. We know that there are many cus-

tomers and drivers out there who share our passion. The Kenworth W990 represents the pride, image and freedom of trucking, and captures the spirit of what trucking is all about,” Dozier said. The Kenworth W990 sets a powerful new industry standard, and is designed to maximize performance in line haul, pickup and delivery, regional haul, and heavy haul operations. At 131.5 inches from bumper to back-of-cab, the W990 establishes a bold presence among conventional trucks. Available in day cab, 40-inch flat top, and 52inch and 76-inch mid-roof sleeper configurations, the W990 is standard with the proprietary PACCAR Powertrain consisting of the PACCAR MX-13 engine rated up to 510-hp and 1,850 lb-ft of torque, a 12-speed PACCAR automated transmission and PACCAR 40K tandem rear axles.

Built on the proven and popular 2.1-meter cab platform – used in the Kenworth T680 and T880 – the Kenworth W990 features driver comfort and amenities that are second to none. Special comfort and style options include the Limited Edition cab and sleeper interior, and the W990 Driver’s Studio package of premium options that create a luxurious home on the road living experience. The W990 Limited Edition interior comes in midnight black with glossy Ravenwood door and dash trim accents. The special interior features rich black leather, embroidered W990 logo, Royal Blue doublestitched diamond door pads, black leather wrapped steering wheel with Royal Blue stitching, and driver and passenger seats with suede charcoal inserts and perforated leather with Royal Blue backing. The W990 Driver’s Stu-

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inverter includes a shore power connection and four standard 120-volt sleeper outlets to power a range of electrical devices. Convenient LED lighting provides ample interior light throughout the sleeper. The W990 builds upon Kenworth’s long tradition of combining cutting-edge technology with exceptional craftsmanship, performance and quality. The W990 is standard with Kenworth TruckTech+ remote diagnostics system. Kenworth NAV+HD seven-inch, color in-dash display provides access to

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National Trucking Week 2018: From Disruption, A New Road For Trucking We live in times of turmoil and change. Climate, technology, demographics, and population growth all influence our lives. We can be overwhelmed by these changes or choose to re-define how we live and work. The trucking industry must continue to be flexible and open to the opportunities disruption presents. National Trucking Week, took place September 2 to 8. Wildfires, flooding and other catastrophic weather events are forcing us to confront the effect of excessive greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Transportation generally is a scapegoat, and heavy trucks bear part of the blame. But trucks are also a testing ground – largely successful – for devices and strategies that

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Canada, a maximum of 14 hours on duty/13 of those driving; in the US, 14 hours on duty/11 driving). Imagine asking the rest of the workforce to extend an eight-hour day to meet those standards, and, as long-haul service providers do, to spend the majority of their time away from their families and communities. Companies are developing individual solutions for their operations; ideally, they need to engage their current and prospective drivers in a meaningful conversation to ask what they need to balance their working and personal lives. And the truck driving job itself? It requires a level of professionalism that employers need to demand and support. That could mean calling for a truck driver training standard, requiring new hires to have adequate training and experience, and mentoring entry-level drivers. Truck drivers who take pride in what they do already operate with professionalism and skill – expertise we should respect and acknowledge. Times of turmoil and change can be exciting, for the industry, for trucking companies, and for the women and men willing to drive for a living. Thank you to everyone who’s already leading the way. b

(currently only available to 19 year olds in BC) is a step out of the industry’s hands, but makes sense as newer, safer, better-tracked equipment reaches the market and the industry. The commercial driver shortage, a demographic challenge, could become less of a threat as a result. On the horizon for years, the driver shortage is now a reality trucking companies are scrambling to address. The industry is changing the way it does business, not only in terms of its equipment but also its HR practices. Companies are increasing truck driver salaries as a way to attract new drivers, but salaries alone are not an incentive for recruitment. Given accurate tracking by electronic logging devices – required in the US and already adopted by numerous Canadian companies – companies need to safeguard a truck driver’s time and many are doing so. Shippers need to work with the industry on scheduling and wait time expectations. And, where possible, companies should re-examine the long days permitted by hours- Source: Dave Earle, of-service regulations (in President & CEO for BCTA

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Hydraulic Machinery Orders Five Terex Boom Truck Cranes To keep up with high demands for quality-built boom truck cranes, Hydraulic Machinery, Inc., is adding five new Terex boom truck cranes to its inventory in Tampa, Florida. The recent order includes two Terex BT 5092, two Terex RS 70100 and one Terex BT 70100 boom truck cranes. With classleading productivity, and innovative features like an electronic rated capacity indicator and enhanced dual control console that allows operation from either side of the machine, Terex boom truck cranes deliver flexibility and reliability for light lifting applications. The cranes that Hydraulic Machinery has on order have a maximum lift capacity range of 25 to 35 US tons (22.7 - 31.8 t). The Terex BT 5092 boom truck features a 92 ft (28 m) fully synchronous telescopic keel boom with a quick

reeving boom head. Its fully proportional controls provide precise metering for smooth boom movements, and onboard work area definition allows the operator to set boundaries on boom rotation, lift and lowering. The Terex RS 70100 and BT 70100 both come equipped with a 100 ft (30.5 m) four-section synchronous telescopic keel boom that optimizes strength and delivers performance for high lift capacities at all lift radii. Also, these cranes’ heavy-duty outriggers offer outstanding stability and a compact footprint to match a wide range of jobsite conditions. Hydraulic Machinery’s new Terex boom truck cranes will be arriving at the company’s Tampa Bay location soon. b Source: Terex

Peterbilt Celebrated Pride And Class With United Way Of Denton County Peterbilt celebrated its annual United Way campaign with the third annual Pride and Class Parade in the downtown Denton square on Oct 12th... Since 2002, Peterbilt and the United Way of Denton County have partnered to raise more than $16 million in support of the Denton community. Peterbilt has been a supporter of the United Way since the 1980s and hosts a week of employee-based fundraising through a variety of activities and interdepartmental contests. “When the first Pride and Class Parade was held in 2016 it was so popular with the community, employees and Peterbilt enthusiasts that it has turned into an annual event,” said Jason Skoog, General Manager, Peterbilt Motors Company. “Peterbilt moved to Denton in 1980 and our employees are proud to be a part of the community and enjoy the opportunities to give back. Supporting the Denton County United Way and the strong work it does here is a natural fit.” The Pride and Class

Parade invited owners of more than 50 custom Peterbilt trucks from around the United States and Canada to join in the campaign by traveling to Denton to participate in the parade route through the city square. The parade viewing route took trucks around the square at Hickory and Elm streets. Supporters were encouraged to donate online or through onsite collection volunteers. “Peterbilt and United Way of Denton County share a rich partnership that has positively shaped this community for more than three decades,” said United Way of Denton County President & CEO Gary Henderson. “In addition to their unrivaled financial support, Peterbilt and its employees have generously given their time as Six Sigma Lean Belt training facilitators, Leaders On Loan program participants, nonprofit board members, and creators of the memorable night parade featured amazing Peterbilt trucks driving the Denton Square. b Source: Peterbilt


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Navistar Announces Champions Of The 2018 Technician Rodeo Symbolizing Navistar’s commitment to customer uptime, technicians from Florida, West Virginia and Arizona took home first place in the three categories of the 2018 Technician Rodeo – a competition hosted at the company’s Woodridge, Illinois facility that tests the skills and speed of service professionals from throughout its dealer networks. Michael Irvin of Sun State International in Florida took home the “Top Service Technician” Award for Truck and Ben Bird of Worldwide Equipment in West Virginia earned the same recognition for Bus in the twelfth iteration of the events, which feature Navistar’s top American and Canadian commercial truck and bus technicians. New this year, the company also brought its Global Technician Competition into the same event, which brings all the regional winners throughout the world together to compete for top bragging rights. In the third iteration of the global event, Nathan Reed of RWC Group in Arizona earned first place. “Michael, Ben and Nathan are all highly skilled technicians that reflect the best traditions of our company’s commitment to technical excellence and providing the best customer uptime in the industry,” said John Pfennig, director, Global Development, Navistar. “We’re very proud of this year’s winners, and frankly all of its competitors, who are among the very best truck technicians there are.” This year’s competition showcased 20 top service technicians from International® and IC Bus® dealers across the world, the largest amount yet for the

Lowell, Arkansas; Albuquerque, New Mexico • Truck King International – the Bronx, New York • Rush Truck Center – Springfield, Ohio • Diamond International Trucks – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada • Altruck International Truck Centers – Cambridge, Ontario, Canada • Gibbs International Truck Centers – Fresno, California • Worldwide Equipment – Cross Lanes, West Virginia • IRL International Truck Centers – Penticton, British Columbia, Canada • DATTCO Inc. – New Britain, Connecticut • RWC Group – Phoenix, Arizona; Tucson, Arizona • Cadisa S.A. de C.V. – Chihuahua City, Chihuahua, Mexico • Lewis Motor Sales Inc. – Barrie, Ontario, Canada • Navitrans S.A.S. – Bogota, Colombia • International de Guatemala – Guatemala City, Guatemala • Camionera Catosa S.A. de C.V. – Torreón, Coahuila, Mexico “Participants in this competition have completed all the required and optional trainings and are at the top of their game,” said Pfennig. “They represent our 9,500 plus service technicians from International and IC Bus dealerships, the highest number of any medium/heavy commercialtruck and bus manufacturer.” Navistar works closely with its dealers to train technicians on all vehicle systems. With training centers in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Latin America — as well as webbased training — the International and IC Bus dealer channel can assure customers they are getting the fastest and most accurate service in the industry. b

event. The technicians competed head-to-head in a series of stations designed to simulate service areas truck components and engines. The technicians were scored on how quickly and effectively they navigated their way through the stations, diagnosing and fixing the simulated problems. All of the participants are Diamond certified through Navistar’s official certification program for its service technicians. In addition, all the technicians from the U.S. and Canada are all either Automotive Service Excellence or Canadian Provincial certified. “Our rodeo competitions are just one way that Navistar personalizes the value of service technicians and continues to invest in the development of highly trained and skilled individuals capable of servicing our trucks and buses around the globe,” said Pfennig. “As a truck and bus manufacturer committed to leading the industry in uptime, we’re honored to recognize these professionals who perform the important work of repairing our customer’s vehicles.” This year’s Truck and Bus Rodeo participants were selected from an overall group of the top 900 technicians at International and IC Bus dealers. From there, the group was narrowed to 16 participants through online testing, with the highest-scoring technicians in each region of the U.S. and Canada invited to compete at Woodridge. Technicians from the following dealerships were represented in the Rodeo: • Sun State International – Davenport, Florida • Mid-State Truck Service, Inc. – Plover, Wisconsin • Summit Truck Group – Source: Navistar

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Marine Safety Training And Barges For Northern Communities Protecting the marine environment and all users of Canada’s oceans and waterways is of paramount importance. The Government of Canada, under the Oceans Protection Plan, is making sure our coasts are protected in

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November 2018 This $19.5 million investment is part of the $94.3 million Safety Equipment and Basic Marine Infrastructure in Northern Communities initiative under the Oceans Protection Plan. The initiative helps to make Arctic resupply operations more efficient and safer for communities, workers, and the environment through investments in marine safety equipment and infrastructure. The Hay River Training Facility is an impor-

tant part of the Government of Canada’s $21 million Northern Marine Training Program. The Nunavut Fisheries and Marine Training Consortium received $12.6 million through the Program to deliver marine training to Northern communities, which includes expanding programming at their Iqaluit campus and opening this satellite training facility in Hay River. The $1.5 billion Oceans Protection Plan is the largest investment ever made Continued on page 55

Influential Woman In Trucking Award Announced Women In Trucking Association (WIT) and Freightliner Trucks announced three finalists for the 2018 Influential Woman in Trucking award. This is the eighth year for the award which was developed in 2010 as a way to honor female leaders and to attract and advance women within the trucking industry. The award highlights the achievements of female role models and trailblazers in the trucking industry. The nominees for the award included women from all over the industry in various roles. The 2018 Influential Woman in Trucking award finalists are: • Angela Eliacostas, Founder and CEO, AGT Global Logistics • Nozuko Mayeza, Managing Director, Tulsawiz Logistics • Brooke Willey, Vice President – Human Resources, CRST International Angela Eliacostas has more than 30 years of experience in transportation, working her way from the ground up. Following generations of relatives with expertise in the transportation industry, Angela made the natural transition to her own career by learning the processes at trucking companies to running thirdparty logistics. Angela is an industry leader in expediting shipments and serves as a liaison between carriers and companies. She has grown a reputation in the energy and power logistics space. Angela has been recognized for making AGT

Global Logistics one of the top 50 in Illinois and top 1000 woman-owned businesses in the United States. Nozuko Mayeza is a passionate truck business owner who hails from South Africa. Through her passion, she has managed to make inroads into a male dominated sector for over seven years. She is the finalist for Women in Africa awards 2018 and the chairperson of the Black Business Council subcommittee on Commercial and public transport. Nozuko is a mentor to females in trucking both in South Africa and Ghana. Brooke Willey leads the HR function for CRST International as Vice President of Human Resources, a $1.7B transportation company comprised of seven operating companies with 9,500+ employees and driving partners/owner operators. Her passion is building strong leaders and leadership teams and has been publicly recognized for those efforts. Under her leadership development efforts, in 2016 CRST was named a ‘Top-10 Best Private Company for Leaders” by Chief Executive magazine. In 2017 CRST was named a ‘Workforce Leader in Training’ by the Corridor Business Journal and Kirkwood Community College. Brooke is also actively involved with nonprofit organizations in her community, most recently a board member for United Way and Young Parents Network. With the outstanding nominations submitted, Continued on page 55


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to protect Canada’s coasts and waterways. Through this plan, the Government of Canada is creating a world-leading marine safety system that provides economic opportunities for Canadians today, while protecting our coasts and waterways for generations to come. This work is being done in close collaboration with Indigenous peoples, local stakeholders and coastal communities. Quotes “Many northern com-

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers munities rely on marine re-supply operations to receive up to 95% of their goods. I am pleased to announce this significant step in protecting the health of our Arctic coast and waters and enhancing the safety and security of re-supply operations.” — Member of Parliament for Northwest Territories, Michael V. McLeod. “Today, the Government of Canada has taken additional steps to protect the health of our Arctic coast, strengthen the safety of Canada’s

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the longest main boom in its class at 37.4 meters (122.7 ft) and a system length of 45.4 meters (149 ft). With travel speeds of 80 km/h (50 mph), this crane can travel at highway speeds. Also, its compact design makes it easy to position on the job, so Stoddart Crane Hire’s crew can get to work quickly. “Stoddart Crane Hire is going from strength to strength and we are delighted they opted for Terex when they required a new crane for their expanding fleet” commented Lyle Sibbald, Regional Sales Manager for Terex Cranes. “I would personally like to thank David, his family and all the team at Stoddart Crane Hire for their continued support.” Stoddart Crane Hire already has its new Terex all terrain crane scheduled for several jobs over the coming months and the company is looking forward to operating it for a long time to come. b

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on a panel at the WIT Accelerate! Conference & Expo held in Dallas, Texas November 12-14. The winner will be announced at the general session panel discussion, “Hard-Won Lessons from Trailblazing Women” on Tuesday, November 13 from 8:45 am – 10:00 am. The panel will be facilitated by Joann Lublin, News Editor, The Wall Street Journal. b

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Major road infrastructure work is underway in Horokiwi, New Zealand, and Bryce O’Sullivan Contracting Ltd is busy sourcing rock for asphalt at the Horokiwi Quarry with the help of two Terex Trucks TA400 articulated haulers. Located in the North Island of New Zealand, Wellington is marketed as the ‘coolest little capital in the world’. Millions of tourists travel there every year to enjoy its art galleries, craft beers and night markets. Set back from the hustle and bustle of the city center is the suburb of Horokiwi. It’s semi-rural, with no schools and only one access road, which comes off the Petone-Wellington motorway. Paving the way Bryce O’Sullivan Contracting Ltd (BOSCO) has been based in Horokiwi for some time now, helping to renovate the city’s transport infrastructure. It

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All New Buildings In Toronto, Montreal & Vancouver To Be “Net-Zero Carbon” By 2030 Three Canadian mayors, alongside 16 mayors from around the world, representing 130 million urban citizens, committed to significantly cut greenhouse gas emissions from their cities by ensuring that new buildings operate at net zero carbon by 2030. By signing the Net

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buildings. “We are excited to be signing the C40 Net Zero Carbon Emissions Declaration along with other major cities around the world. Vancouver’s Zero Emission Building Plan will not only reduce GHG emissions from new buildings by over 60% but is also driving our green economy with a 53% increase in green building jobs since 2010,” said Mayor of Vancouver Gregor Robertson. “Paris is home to some of the world’s most beautiful and iconic buildings. As mayors of the world’s great cities we recognise our responsibility to ensure every building, whether historic or brand new, helps deliver a sustainable future for our citizens,” said Mayor of Paris and Chair of C40, Anne Hidalgo. “With this commitment cities are getting the job done, concretely delivering on the Paris Agreement and building better cities for generations to come. One more time, the future is taking place in cities.” Delivering on the commitments made today will require a united effort, as city governments do not have direct control over

November 2018 all the buildings in a city. This commitment includes a pledge to work together with state and regional governments and the private sector to drive this transformation, and calls on national governments for equal action. This pledge from cities is part of the World Green Building Council’s Net Zero Carbon Building Commitment for Businesses, Cities, States and Regions. Specifically, cities making this commitment will: • Establish a roadmap for our commitment to reach net zero carbon buildings. • Develop a suite of supporting incentives and programmes. • Report annually on progress towards meeting our targets, and evaluate the feasibility of reporting on emissions beyond operational carbon (such as refrigerants). Furthermore, 13 cities, including Copenhagen, Johannesburg, Montreal, Newburyport, Paris, Portland, San Jose, Santa Monica, Stockholm, Sydney, Toronto, Tshwane and Vancouver commit to owning, occupying and developing only assets that are

net-zero carbon by 2030. To achieve this, cities will: • Evaluate the current energy demand and carbon emissions from their municipal buildings, and identify opportunities for reduction. • Establish a roadmap for their commitment to reach net zero carbon municipal buildings. • Report annually on progress towards meeting their targets, and evaluate the feasibility of including emissions beyond operational carbon (such as refrigerants). Leading up to the Global Climate Action Summit, C40 urged cities to step up their climate action and ambition – today’s announcement is one of the city commitments under that initiative. Additional Quotes: “Climate change poses an existential threat to New York City, and making our buildings more sustainable and efficient is a key part of the solution,” said Bill de Blasio, Mayor of New York City. “With this commitment, we’re delivering on our promise to make New York City cleaner and safer for generations to Continued on page 59

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come by meeting the Paris agreement. We’re proud to stand alongside other cities worldwide that are taking bold and meaningful steps to cut the pollution driving climate change.” “My strategy to improve London’s environment includes some of the world’s most ambitious targets to reduce carbon emissions from our homes and workplaces. This includes expanding my existing standard of zero carbon new homes to apply to all new buildings in 2019. We want to make London a zero carbon city by 2050 and we’re working hard to ensure its buildings are energy efficient and supplied with clean energy sources. I look forward to collaborating with other cities on our shared vision of achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement,” said Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan. “Tokyo aims to achieve ‘Zero Emission Tokyo’ that produces no CO2 emissions and has been implementing ambitious actions to reduce CO2 emissions from buildings, such as the Tokyo Cap and Trade Program, which is the first city-level mandatory CO2 emissions

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers reduction program in the world to include office buildings. As a member of the C40 steering committee, I will work hand in hand with the world’s major cities, and advance the initiatives,” said Yuriko Koike, Governor of Tokyo. “Combating climate change is a moral necessity, an environmental imperative, and an economic opportunity — and Los Angeles is proud to be a leader in creating our clean energy future. By pledging to reduce the carbon footprint of our buildings, cities are moving us another step closer to the goals of the Paris Agreement — and the promise of lower emissions, less pollution, and more renewable energy innovation,” said Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. “Cities across the world must accelerate the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions to avoid the worst impacts of global climate change. San Francisco’s commitment to green building design has produced some of the most energy and resource efficient buildings in the world. Shifting away from fossil fuels and powering our buildings with 100%

renewable energy will further our commitment to addressing climate change,” said San Francisco Mayor, London Breed. “Stockholm has a long history of reducing our greenhouse gas emissions and we’re always looking at new ways to reduce our city’s carbon footprint. Most important for buildings is the decarbonisation of our city-wide district heating system, and strict requirements on energy efficiency,” said Karin Wanngård, Mayor of Stockholm. “Considering that the energy used for powering, heating and cooling of buildings accounts for more than 25% of the GHG emissions produced by South African cities, action to make buildings more energy efficient has a huge potential to reduce GHG emission. Expect to see major shifts in our approach to powering our buildings as we become one of the first African Capital Cities to make a clear commitment towards Net Zero Carbon in new buildings by 2030, a development we are so excited about! By virtue of their national status, Capital Cities are home to Gov-

ernment Departments, Diplomatic Missions, Scientific and Research institutions and academic institutions. The City of Tshwane is leveraging on strong partnerships with such institutions to influence an uptake of ambitious target of cutting emissions in buildings and meet our targets by 2050,” said Executive Mayor of the City Tshwane, Cllr Solly Msimanga. “As the nation’s capital, Washington, DC has a unique responsibility to push for bold climate action. With this new commitment to net-zero carbon buildings by 2050, we will continue to grow our city while shrinking our contribution to global greenhouse gas emissions. This commitment advances our DC values and is part of our plan to continue building a greener, more resilient, and more sustainable DC,” said Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser. “Copenhagen fully supports the Net Zero Carbon Building declaration. Copenhagen must lead the way in terms of creating green solutions that inspire other large cities and we are constantly trying to im-

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Brent Marshall, co-owner of V2R Construction is very satisfied with the performance of every piece of Case Construction Equipment he has purchased from the Inland Group.

Small Start. Big Winners. FRONT PAGE STORY:This is the story of one British Columbia businessman and how he has used his tremendous business success to come to the aid of thousands of fellow Canadians who are in need of a hand up. This is the story of Brent Marshall, entrepreneur and philanthropist. By Ronald Mullins A Bump In The Road Brent Marshall grew up surrounded by family and friends in a mobile home park in the small northern interior B.C. town of Houston, located in the heart of the Bulkley Valley. A town whose population in 2016 was still less than 3000 people. Brent’s was a very humble upbringing. “Growing up we didn’t have much, and I was determined to change that both for myself and my family,” Marshall noted. He also realized that schooling and education were important and he graduated with an engineering degree and soon after began working as a firefighter. This was the career that introduced him to the business of helping others. Then, as the result of a very serious accident, Brent had to change career paths and soon found himself working in the automotive business. This was a major bump-in-the-road but Marshall’s drive for success never diminished, and resulted in him leading one of the largest new car and truck dealerships in Canada. Along with his desire for business success came

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Geoff Pears to form the V2R Construction Group. In so doing this has lead him back to his friends Tracey Russell and Corey Timms and of course the Inland Group. “In forming this company, we had done our homework and didn’t want to be like many of the other local construction companies.” Marshall went on, “We wanted only quality equipment that was reliable and got the job done. I had had such great success with Case Construction Equipment and the incredible service from Inland Group in the past so I gave them a call and once again their outstanding team provided us with exactly what we needed.” Helping Others One of the tenets of Brent Marshall’s business success is his insistence that whatever company he owns, directs, manages, works with or is a customer of, is that they donate a portion of the profits derived from the business to local charities. This drive to help people, a passion that was born years earlier in his firefighter career, continues to burn even more brightly today. Over the years, his philanthropic efforts have resulted in

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Brent Marshall (foreground) keeps his need-for-speed alive as a key member the Okanagan Dream Rally partnering with August Luxury Motorcars and the August Family Foundation.

These folks are the driving force behind the Okanagan Dream Rally. Left to right: Mike Pullen, Christie Clifford, Brent Marshall, Michelle August, Irene August, Brian August, Brooke Cunningham, Matt August. millions of dollars being donated to a wide variety of British Columbia-based charities including Canuck Place, Ronald McDonald House and BC Children’s Hospital, to name just a few. A Drive for Charity Currently, Brent Marshall refers to himself as semi-retired. But that status is difficult to believe. Not only is he one of the owners of the V2R Construction Group he is also a co-owner of the Tempest Aviation Group, a premier distributor of aircraft and helicopter parts and has recently sold his Re-Max Realty franchise office in Prince George. “Business gets me up and going everyday, but my real passion is for charity.” Brent went on, “I love being able to give back.” This is where his needfor-speed comes back into the picture. Marshall is very much involved with the Kelowna-based August Auto Group and the August Family Foundation and their annual Okanagan Dream Rally. The Dream Rally gathers a group of high performance car owners, with their exotic Ferraris, Lamborginis, McLarens, Porsches and BMWs, to list just a few, to take a large number of children-

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Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Construction’s Skilled Worker Shortage: A Problem Of Perception From a logical standpoint, a skilled worker shortage shouldn’t exist. Nearly seven million Americans are currently out of work, yet nearly half of U.S. employers are struggling to hire people, with skilled trades vacancies being most difficult positions to fill since the turn of the decade. The skills gap has long been an issue of great significance, and there’s every reason to believe a shortage of qualified workers will continue to plague the construction industry for years to come. Why? Because the contributing factors to the skilled worker shortage are constantly changing, and any solutions for addressing it are becoming obsolete even before they can be implemented to any great effect. “Our brains are wired to think in a linear fashion, and based off what we see in the past,” said Jim Schug, principal and operations management leader for FMI, a management consulting firm that specializes in providing services for engineering and construction, infrastructure and the built environment throughout North America and around the world. “It’s rooted in precedent, and it’s rooted in experiences and memory. It’s going to be way off, and we’re not going to be able to comprehend it.” A Changing Work World Drawing upon previous experiences and applying past information to address the shortage of qualified workers won’t work, said Schug, because the future of the construction industry will look unrecognizable compared to the present. Computers are being programmed to learn, to

recognize patterns, and even to teach themselves. All it takes is adding robotics to a user interface, integrating everything, and then programming the machine to conduct specific or conditional tasks. Considering how much information exists on a global level today – and the rate in which the amount continues to grow – it seems reasonable to suggest what computers will be capable of in the not-too-distant future is quite literally beyond comprehension. “This is changing our world, and we have to accept it,” said Schug. “Now, what is it going to look like in five years? I don’t know, but I wish I could tell you.” And therein lies the problem with the ongoing evolution and development of technology: it’s disruptive, and it prevents many companies from being able to make certain business decisions with any level of confidence. According to Schug, it’s quite difficult to attract a workforce to the construction industry when the future is so uncertain. But, he said, it’s not impossible. Building Talent Factories It all starts with hiring key talent – based on competencies and characteristics, rather than skillsets – developing them and leading them on a path toward long-term professional success. “We need to hire people who are humble, hungry and smart. Folks who are willing to learn and who are curious,” said Schug. Acquiring the right talent requires a certain approach, one which seeks to transform companies into talent factories. This is achieved in a number of ways: the development of

career paths for employees, the creation of a clear and comprehensive matrix of workforce expectations and – perhaps most importantly – increasing pay to retain existing employees. All of this serves to help contractors build a workforce capable of “making stuff happen in uncertainty.” Said Schug, “That’s the world we’re moving toward, (one with) a lot of uncertainty, and we have to figure out how to lead in that world.” Leadership Above All Else Schug recalled his father once sharing his approach to corporate leadership, one which the FMI principal and operations management leader said is now both archaic and obsolete in today’s work world. In addition, he noted that a business adopting it would accomplish little else other than setting it up to fail in the long term. “He said, ‘Keep all the information and don’t share it,” explained Schug. “‘Because if you keep the information, they can’t fire you. And don’t admit you don’t have the right answer, because people

won’t believe in you after that.’” The prevailing attitudes of the past simply won’t work in the modern work world, and failure to lead properly leads to dire consequences for companies. Therefore, it’s critical, said Schug, for management to “set the tone” by making leadership a priority and eschewing conventional approaches to workforce development. “The old-school management styles were, you will be here at this time, you will follow this process and you will do it this way,” said Schug. “That’s management. Leadership is very different. You got to get the most from the team, and then (it) will perform well.” Developing A Learning Culture If addressing the skills gap starts with acquiring and developing the right talent, than training these people to maximize their positive impact on the organization is where a contractor will begin to see its efforts bear fruit. How? Through the proper development of a learning culture. It’s no easy task, especially for companies who lack the time and resources to do it properly, but it’s the only way contractors can gain accurately evaluate situations within the organization to determine what actually goes right, what goes wrong and

what should be done when a similar set of circumstances presents itself in the future. So, Schug said, developing a learn culture through training needs to be a significant priority for companies today – and, more importantly, it needs to be done right. “When we pull people out of the field to do training, it had better be good, it had better resonate, and it had better help us,” he continued. The ultimate goal of workforce development is to provide employees with the means to help their respective companies win in the market, and it can’t be achieved unless organizational leadership is committed to establishing an environment where people can obtain the skills they need to do the job – both now and in the future. Through proper training this can be accomplished – but only if it’s reinforced over time. “If I provide the best

Page 63 training in the world today, in six months you retain only about 20 percent,” said Schug. “I could increase that to over 40 percent if I bring it back every once in a while. Our memories are short and long term, so we need that receptiveness to get that attention.” Where We’re Headed What constitutes a construction job in five years is anybody’s guess. It’ll certainly be different than it is today, but companies literally can’t afford to wait and see what the future brings. According to Schug, they need to come up with their own plans and start moving toward them immediately. “You don’t want to train people for where you were,” he said. “And while it is uncertain where we are going, that doesn’t mean we throw our hands up, quit and not change.” b Source: Conexpo

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