Page 1

CANADA’S #1 HEAVY EQUIPMENT & TRUCK NEWSPAPER · SUPPLYPOST.COM

Family Owned Since 1971

WESTERN CANADA EDITION

VOL. 46 · NO. 10 · OCTOBER 2017

Advertiser’s Index 6 | Section Two 33 | Classifieds 40 | Section Three 49 | Truck Photo Ads 62 | Publications Mail Agreement #40070144

2008 JOHN DEERE 872D

2013 KENWORTH W900

2015 CASE 36B

2011 JOHN DEERE 870GP

Includes ripper and push block. Stock #E001366. Please call for more information. $128,900.

550 Cummins, 18 Spd. See page 62 for more details.

One owner, 124 original hours. $51,500. See more on page 40.

Wing, ripper, 70%+ rubber. $155,000. More details on page 41. Search Unit # 0U638910 on SupplyPost.com for more photos.

JADE EQUIPMENT – EDMONTON 1-800-663-0715

CHAMPION ASSETS LTD · championassets.ca LARRY: 306-865-7660

E-QUIP TRADING · equipsells17@gmail.com 250-318-8870 · FAX: 250-374-1077

BRANDT TRACTOR – CALGARY 1-888-227-2638

From Pauper To Prince

COURTESY ROLLO CECCON

Out of adversity, success: The history and success of Rollo Ceccon and Ceccon Trucking of Princeton, BC See page 56

In 1951, Rollo Ceccon hauled power poles for Lou McIvor, with his 1944 truck. A team of horses can be seen in the background, which hauled the poles and loaded them on Rollo’s truck and then loaded onto the C.P.R. rail.

MOBILE CRUSHING AND SCREENING SPECIALISTS VISIT US: FRONTLINE-MACHINERY.COM


Page 2

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

RENTALS

SALES

October 2017

CONTRACTING

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

$73,000

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

$42,000

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

$85,000

$105,000

$56,000

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

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

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

$90,000

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

$95,000

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

$59,000 EACH

$49,000 ea.

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

$290,000

$145,000

$94,000

REDUCED

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

$49,000

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

$65,000

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

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

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

$110,000

$198,000

$120,000

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

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

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

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

FIND MORE AT UNITEDEARTHCONTRACTORS.COM


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Page 3

682 Okanagan Ave. E., Penticton, BC, Canada

1-866-344-6480

cturchak@brutusbodies.com

YOUR TRUCK BODY BUILDING SPECIALISTS BRUTUS BOXES

SLIP-IN BODIES

FLAT DECKS

TIRE BODIES

RV BODIES

VAN CONVERSIONS

HI-RAIL TRUCKS

LUBRICATION SKIDS

CRANE TRUCKS

ELECTRICAL UTILITY BODIES

AERIALS

FIRE AND RESCUE BODIES

WELDING BODIES

WORKSHOP BODIES

SERVICE BODIES

SERVICE DECKS

www.brutusbodies.com


Page 4

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

October 2017

The Standard for Safety wheel loaders are very “Hyundai safe machines. Good mirror placement for visibility. The backup camera is a great feature. Getting in and out of the cab is very safe – the door, the steps, the handles all contribute to a safe design for the operator. And once you’re in the cab, it’s very comfortable, no matter what size you are.

Toby Vanderpool – President/Owner Vanderpool Construction

More standard features. More value.

www.hceamericas.com To learn more about the safety features built into HL900 series wheel loaders, contact your Hyundai dealer today.

www.woodlandequip.com E-mail: sales@woodlandequip.com

Kamloops Phone: 877-372-2855 Fax: 250-374-2844

Vernon Phone: 877-542-2280 Fax: 250-542-2674

Prince George Phone: 877-561-2456 Fax: 250-562-6353

Cranbrook Phone: 250-489-6131 Cell: 250-919-2235

Campbell River Phone: 250-286-0950 Fax: 250-286-0960

Fort St. John Phone: 250-787-6791 borsetti@woodlandequip.com

©2017 Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas. All Rights Reserved.


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Finding Arenas For Innovation Volvo Group Connected Solutions is the newly established unit that will lead the development of the Volvo Group’s connected services and solutions. New ways of working will unleash innovation power and shorten time to market. The Volvo Group currently has a valuable asset in some 600,000 connected trucks, buses and construction machines. The number is increasing every day and is expected to reach over 1 million by 2020. “To stay competitive, we need to make the best use of, and continue to develop, our own capabilities as well as make effective use of partners,” says Anna Westerberg, Senior Vice President Connected Solutions. “The data generated by the connectivity of our vehicles and machines provide valuable insights on how our products are being used. We are already using this data for uptime-related services and fleet manage-

cial vehicles.” “Software competence is not only relevant for our development teams, we also need to add experience in creating new business based on software technology so that we take advantage of the new opportunities that comes with digitalisation and working close with our customers. The positioning of the Volvo Group as an innovative company, the tasks and the way of working are all very important areas to attract top talents for software development.” Volvo Group Connected Solutions • New unit since April 2017. • Built upon existing Volvo Group Venture Capital and Volvo Group Telematics, currently some 700 employees and consultants. • Focus on service innovation, development, delivery and operation to better support customers. • Will strengthen competitive position for the Volvo Group. • Governed by internal board consisting of key stakeholders. b

ment solutions for our customers. However, there is so much more we can do by applying analytics and become a more data driven company.” “Key areas for our customers are – and will continue to be – productivity, uptime, fuel efficiency and safety. Through softwarebased services and solutions, we can deliver these values in new ways, more adapted to customers’ business needs in different segments and markets. Helping our customers to optimise their productivity and efficiency will become even more important in the future, as the truck or machine is one part in a much bigger logistics system.” “Leveraging the data and combining it with other external data sources is a powerful way for us to take service innovation and development to the next level. The ambition is to position the Volvo Group as the leader in connected solutions for our targeted segments within commer- Source: Volvo Group

Page 5

ANY MAKE, ANY MODEL, ANY TIME |1.800.665.3272 CAT • HITACHI • VOLVO • KOMATSU • LINK-BELT • CASE • DEERE • BOBCAT & MORE

PARTS

service

- New / Used / Rebuilts - Sourcing for ALL Makes - Drop-in Components - Undercarriage Specialty Some of the LOWEST parts pricing in the industry

- 5 Service Bays - 3 Field Service Trucks - Latest Diagnostic Tools - Fully Trained Mechanics

Cons ignm Servic ent Availa es ble!

One of the LOWEST service rates in the industry Dependable, fast response Serving the Fraser Valley, Greater Vancouver, Whistler Corridor, Vancouver Island & Beyond

USED EQUIPMENT

Distributors for:

- See our current inventory at www.pollardequip.com

604-793-2287 | F: 604-793-2292 | 1-800-665-3272 Visit us in Chilliwack, across from Harley Davidson: 44755 Yale Road West, Chilliwack, BC V2R 4H3

www.pollardequip.com

EQUIPMENT SALES & SERVICE 2 Full Undercarriage Service Shops To Serve You: 8029 River Way, Delta, BC | 2111 80th Ave, Edmonton, AB

1-800-661-1157 | 1-800-319-7787 604-946-3771 | 780-440-4010

ESS is STILL your official Berco Undercarriage Dealer Call us for the highest quality undercarriage brand available

QUALITY RUBBER TRACKS AVAILABLE • Jointless Technology • Continuous Steel Cord • Call for availability

Call us f quality or Koma afterm tsu ark parts! et BC Interior - Ray Gouthro Call 24 Hours - 250-371-1456 BC Lower Mainland - Barry Edmondson - 604-764-8843 BC Office - 604-946-ESS1 (3771)

www.essltd.com

Alberta Customers Call 1-800-319-7787


Page 6

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

Riverside Equipment Rentals "LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED"

WE RENT

ADVERTISERS INDEX Alberta Engine

44 E-Quip

43 Misan

46 Sexsmith Used Farm Parts 43

Alquip Diesel

53 Eagle Coast Mining

47 Mormak

18 ShearForce

All Cut Systems

37 Elrus

39 Morooka Rentals

AMI Attachments

18 Equipment Sales & Serv

Arrow-West

12 Foreman Equipment

33 Norstone Excavating

22

Axis Forestry

41 ForesTech

22 Ocean Trailer

64

B & G Parts

12 Frontline

1, 14 Oversized Equip

47

Banning Equipment Barger Parts

Compactors Dozers 2D / 3D TRIMBLE READY Wheel Loaders

9, 23 Major Equipment

10

25 Douglas Lake Equip

8

5 Nor Mar

3

21, 42 Gear Centre

38 P & R Truck Centre

9 Gilbert

11 Pacific Rim Equip

49 7, 46

20

Shiloh

8

Simpson & Sons

10

Skreenquip Sales

34

TerraFirma

13

Terry Lundberg

47

Toro Steel Buildings

25

Blanche Equipment

30 Groundworx

36 Peerless

60

Trak Tech

23

Bob’s Diesel

40 Handlers

26 Penner & Lewis

38 Truck Photo Ads

62

5 True North Equipment

42

Brandt Tractor

16, 17 Hope Mechanical

43 Pollard (Chilliwack)

Brandt Value Parts

24, 41 Inland Equip Sales

21 Premium Truck 53, 54, 55, 59 Tyalta

48

32 Prince George Truck

44 Tysea Mfg.

22

15 Pro-Ex Trading Canada

27

Brutus Truck Bodies

Excavators with Hammers & Hoe Pacs

42 Saratoga Ventures

Accurate Fabricating

Brown International

Articulating Trucks

October 2017

45 Inland Group 3 Interior Diesel

Camex

52 International Machinery

51 Prolenc

63

CE Heathcote

40 IRL-Cookson

50 Quality West Trailer

60

20 Querel Trailers

58 24

Chieftain Equip.

35, 37 Jade Equipment

United Earth Cont.

2

Van Ed

13

Wacker Neuson

29

Wajax

15

Wally’s Private Parts

45

Coast Pacific Dist.

25 James Western Star

61 Ramsey

Coastal Pacific Equip

45 K-Line

61 Ritchie Bros

1

Continental Equip

28 Langley Excavator

30 Riverside Equipment

6

Crawler Sales

27 LNH Equipment

44 Rollins

29

Westcon

28

Darby Mfg

14 LogMax

19 Rototilt

31 Westerra

26

Diamond Industries

35 Lonetrack

41 Woodland

4

Dolphin Mechanical

40 Magnum Attachments

35, 37 Royquip 36 RWF Bron

West Coast Equip Rentals 15

12 Wyatt’s Used Equipment

46

NEXT DEADLINE: Friday, October 20, 2017

Scan for more info #105, 26730 - 56th Avenue, Langley, B.C. V4W 3X5

www.supplypost.com ■ www.truckpost.ca PHONE (604) 607-5577 ■ FAX (604) 607-0533 ■ TOLL FREE 1-800-663-4802 Sales Manager ................................... Jeff Watson

Editorial/Production Assistant ........... Sheryl Kaye

Regional Account Manager .............Jake Peterson

Art Director ......................................... Linda Horn

Regional Account Manager ...........Shantal Horner

Graphic Designer .............................Lisa Schmale

Managing Partner, Finance ............ Debra Watson

Graphic Designer ....................... Carol Van Muyen

CIRCULATION

Call Daryl Today!

1-800-566-0557 daryl@riversideequipment.com 604-309-3980

WWW.RIVERSIDEEQUIPMENT.COM 3112 Pratt St., Abbotsford, BC V2S 3C7 Phone 604-556-0557 • Fax 604-556-0559

Direct Mailed copies .............. 14,200 Newsstand copies .................... 2,200 Total distribution .................... 16,400 Please call our office for full details

Produced by:

Published Monthly - Printed in Canada Publications Mail Agreement No. 40070144 Reproduction of any material including photographs and/or advertisements in whole or in part is forbidden.

Here Today...Here Tomorrow.

www.postpublishers.com

The Supply Post is a proud member of the following Trade Associations:

INTERIOR LOGGING ASSOCIATION

RETURN UNDELIVERABLE CANADIAN ADDRESSES TO CIRCULATION DEPT.: (Covers/Labels Only) No. 105, 26730 - 56th Avenue, Langley, BC V4W 3X5


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Page 7

Phone: 250-493-4545 Fax: 250-493-8819 AFTER HRS, Joe Hewer: 250-490-6795 AFTER HRS, Dave Garnett: 250-490-7976

1698 Dartmouth Rd, Penticton, BC V2A 4B8

RENT OR RENTAL PURCHASE AVAILABLE CALL

CALL

NEW YANMAR VIO55-6A EXCAVATOR, RUBBER, CAB AIR, HYD THUMB, ANGLE BLADE.

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

EXCAVATORS 2007 YANMAR VIO30-5 RUBBER, CANOPY, 3,832 HRS ........................... $23,900 2004 HITACHI ZX35U RUBBER, CANOPY, 7.190 HRS ............................... $18,500 2007 YANMAR VIO40-5 RUBBER, CANOPY, 3,124 HRS ........................... $26,500 2007 YANMAR VIO40-5 RUBBER, CANOPY, 4,942 HRS ........................... $23,900 2006 HITACHI ZX75US-A 24” PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 3,900 HRS .......CALL 2008 HITACHI ZX75US-3 18” PADS, AIR, BLADE, 4,902 HRS .......................CALL 2011 CAT 308D CR 18” BOR, BLADE, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 4,360 HRS .............CALL 2010 HITACHI ZX120-3 20” PADS, BOR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 3,702 HRS ... $89,900 2015 CAT 312F GC 20” PADS, AIR, ONLY 843 HRS ......................................SOON 2005 HITACHI ZX135USBL 20” PADS, AIR, BLADE, 7,930 HRS ...................SOON 2007 HITACHI ZX135US 20” PADS, AIR, ONLY 3,997 HRS ............................CALL 2007 HITACHI ZX135USBL 28” PADS, AIR, BLADE, 7,677 HRS ...................SOON 2014 HITACHI ZX135US-3 20” PADS, AIR, Q/C HYDRAULIC THUMB .....FOR RENT 2007 KOMATSU PC138US-2 20” PADS, AIR, BLADE, PIPING, 8,414 HRS ......CALL 2014 KOMATSU PC138US-10 28” PADS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, DIG BKT,184 HRS ...... .............................................................................................................. $143,900 2017 DEERE 135G 28” PADS, AIR, BLADE, Q/C, HYD THUMB ................FOR RENT 2006 HITACHI ZX160LC 28” PADS, AIR, Q/C, PRO LINK THUMB, 12,732 HRS CALL 2012 DEERE 160G LC 24” PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 6,120 HRS ..... $109,900 2013 CAT 316E L 28” PADS, AIR MECH THUMB, 1,700 HRS ........................SOON 2006 HITACHI ZX200LC 32” PADS, AIR, Q/C, 11,214 HRS ....................... $51,500 2007 KOMATSU PC200LC-7 32” PADS, AIR, Q/C, 4,883 HRS .......................CALL 2011 CAT 320DL 32” PADS, AIR, PIPING, 3,362 HRS ....................................CALL 2007 HITACHI ZX200LC-3 18M (60’ SUPER LONG REACH), 3,850 HRS ........CALL 2012 HITACHI ZX210LC-3 28” PADS, HYD Q/C, HYD THUMB, 1,300 HRS .FOR RENT 2012 HITACHI ZX210LC-5N 32” PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 4,700 HRS ...CALL 2013 HITACHI ZX210K-5B 24” PADS, AIR, HYD PIPING, 575 HRS ................SOON 2011 HITACHI ZX225USR-3 24” PADS, AIR, ONLY 5,401 HRS ......................CALL 2011 DEERE 225DLC 32” PADS, AIR, AUX HYD PIPING, 3,891 HRS ........ $133,900 2011 DEERE 225DLC 32” PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 3,711 HRS ...... $146,900 2011 HITACHI ZX225USLC-3 32” PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, 4,050 HRS .CALL 2012 HITACHI ZX225USRLC-3 24” PADS, AIR, TELESCOPIC ARM, 1,760 HRS CALL 2015 HITACHI ZX245USLC-5 32” PADS, Q/C, HYD THUMB, CAB GUARD, CATWALKS, SWIVEL GUARD, ONLY 1,742 HRS ......................................FOR RENT 2017 DEERE 245G 32” PADS, 2 BKTS Q/C, HYD THUMB ......................FOR RENT 2013 KOMATSU PC350LC-8 24” PADS, AIR, Q/C, HYD THUMB, CABGUARD, 3,461 HRS .....................................................................................................FOR RENT 2013 KOMATSU PC360LC-10 32” PADS, AIR, Q/C HYD THUMB, CABGUARD, 2,260 HRS .....................................................................................................FOR RENT 2006 HITACHI ZX450LC-3 24” PADS, AIR COND, 2,850 HRS ......................SOON

Authorized Dealer

2011 HITACHI ZX200LC-3 EXCAVATOR, 32" PADS, HYD THUMB, PIN GRABBER, Q/C, 5,560 HRS.

WHEEL LOADERS/SKID STEERS/BACKHOES

2013 BOBCAT 3650 4WD, AIR, PWR TILT BED, 69” SNOW BLADE, 120 HRS SOON 2012 YANMAR V4-6 HYSTAT, CAB AIR, 944 HRS ..................................... $49,900 1967 CAT 950 20.5 TIRES, CAB, GOOD RUNNING CONDITION ................. $14,900 2011 KOMATSU WA200-6 20.5R TIRES, HYD Q/C BKT/FORKS, AUX HYD, R/C, 2,997 HRS .....................................................................................................FOR RENT 2011 CAT 950H 23.5 L-5 TIRES, CAB, AIR, 2,339 HRS .........................FOR RENT 2015 CAT 950K 23.5R TIRES, A/C, R/C, E/S, 4.32YD BKT, 1,332 HRS ...FOR RENT 2017 KOMATSU WA380-8 23.5R TIRES, HYD Q/C, A/C, R/C, RVC, 598 HRS ..CALL 2011 BOBCAT T190 ROLLER SUSP., STD CONTROLS, BUCKET, 1,550 HRS ..SOON 2012 BOBCAT T190 RIGID SUSPENSION, 1,635 HRS ..................................SOON 2012 BOBCAT T750 80” GP BKT, JOYSTICK, 1,940 HRS ................................ POR 2011 BOBCAT S70 AUX HYD, 2,472 HRS, NEW 42” BKT ..............................CALL 2015 BOBCAT S590 GP BKT, A/C CAB, 2 SPEED, ONLY 220 HRS ..........FOR RENT 2013 BOBCAT S650 2 SPEED, HI FLOW, HAND/FOOT, A/C CAB, 34 HRS FOR RENT

GRADERS / COMPACTORS

1979 CAT 140G 14.00R24 TIRES, CAB, SCARIFIER, 7,685 HRS ....................CALL 2001 CAT 140H 14.00R24 TIRES, CAB,14’MB, MS RIPPER, 7,260 HRS ........CALL 2006 CAT 143H AWD VHP 17.5 TIRES,14’ MB, SNOW WING, 9,371 HRS $109,900 1993 CAT 14G 20.5R TIRES,16’ MB, PB, RIPPER ..................................... $93,900 NEW CORNIVER CT40S 40” SMOOTH DRUM, KUBOTA ENG .................FOR RENT NEW CORNIVER CT48S 48” SMOOTH DRUM, KUBOTA ENG. ................FOR RENT 2012 VOLVO SD45D 54” DRUM, CANOPY, SHELL KIT, 768 HRS ...................SOON 1998 ING. RAND SD70D 66” DRUM, CANOPY, 2,359 HRS ....................... $23,900 2005 HAMM 3205P 54” PADFOOT DRUM, CANOPY, 3,645 HRS ..................SOON 2006 ING. RAND SD70D TF 66” PADFOOT SHELL KIT, CANOPY, 1,674 HRS SOON 2011 VOLVO SD70D 66” DRUM, CANOPY, KUBOTA ENG ..............................SOON 2013 VOLVO SD75 66” SHELL KIT, CAB AIR, 394 HRS ..........................FOR RENT 2014 SAKAI SV540TF 84” SHELL KIT, CAB AIR, 124 HOURS ................FOR RENT

DUMP TRUCKS

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

OCTOBER SPECIAL $22,500

2006 HITACHI ZX35U-2 EXCAVATOR, STEEL BOR, Q/C HYD THUMB, CANOPY, 7,600 HRS.

$82,900

2006 HITACHI ZX350LC-3 EXCAVATOR, 32" PADS, A/C, HYD THUMB, CABGUARD, Q/C, 2 BKTS, 9,905 HRS.

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

LIFTS & LIFT TRUCKS 2011 CAT TL943 9,000LB CAP, Q/C, FORKS, CAB, 43’ REACH, STABILIZERS . $42,500 2010 JLG G10-55A 10,000LB CAP, Q/C FORKS, TILT CARRIAGE, ..................CALL 2013 JLG G10-55A 10,000LB CAP, Q/C FORKS, TILT CARRIAGE, 3,317 HRS .CALL 2011 GENIE GS2632 26’ SCISSORLIFT, REMOTE, PWR TO PLATFORM, 212 HRS ... ................................................................................................................ $14,900 2000 GENIE GS3268RT 4X4, DUAL FUEL, 32’ HEIGHT, 3,582 HRS ............. $9,250 1998 SKYJACK SJ8841 4X4, DUAL FUEL, 41’ HEIGHT, 3,760 HRS, STABILIZERS .. .................................................................................................................. $7,900 2006 GENIE Z45/25J 4x4, DIESEL, 45’ LIFT, 1,860 HRS .......................... $29,900 2012 GENIE Z45/25J 4X4, DIESEL, ONLY 1,416 HRS ...........................FOR RENT 2014 JLG 450AJ 4X4, DUAL FUEL, 1,139 HRS .....................................FOR RENT 2014 GENIE Z60/34 4X4, ART BOOM LIFT, DEUTZ, 1,672 HRS .............FOR RENT

MISCELLANEOUS 2006 KOMATSU BR350JG-1E JAW CRUSHER ON TRACKS, 10,080 HRS, MAGNET .....................................................................................................................CALL 2011 INTERNATIONAL 4300SBA 2,000 GAL S/A WATER TRUCK, DT466, EATON AUTO TRANS, 2016 VALEW TANK FRONT, REAR, SIDE SPRAY ................FOR RENT RAMMER S27 1,150 FT/LB HAMMER, FITS 7-12 TON CARRIER ................ $7,390 2012 RAMMER 4099 11,000 FT/LB HYDRAULIC BREAKER, FITS 350/450 ....CALL 1995 INTERNATIONAL 9400 TANDEM AXLE DUMP TRUCK CAT ENGINE, C/W 1996 DOEPKER T/A PONY PUP, FRESH MVI ............................................................CALL 1991 TRAILMAX TANDEM TILT 20TON TANDEM TILT TRAILER ....................CALL 2014 LOAD TRAIL 14’ DUMP 14’ DUMP TRAILER, 2 WAY TAILGATE .......... $7,490 2013 DODGE 2500HD 4X4, HEMI 5.7L, PL, PW, LT265/70R17 TIRES, 25,200 KMS, DECK W/TOOL BOXES AND DRY BOX ............................................................. POR 2011 FORD F550 XLT 4X4, V10, 30.5’ FOLDING BOOM, OUTRIGGERS, 5K CAP. ..... ................................................................................................................ $31,900 NEW WACKER VP1550A 200LB REVERSIBLE PLATE, HONDA GAS ................ POR NEW WACKER BPU3050A 400LB REVERSIBLE PLATE, HONDA, WHEEL KIT ... POR NEW WACKER BPU5545A 750LB REV PLATE, HONDA GAS ........................... POR NEW WACKER DPU5545HeH 940LB REVERSIBLE DIESEL PLATE .................. POR NEW WACKER DPU6055He DIESEL REVERSIBLE, 1,000LB PLATE ................ POR NEW WACKER BS50-4 4 STROKE RAMMER, ONLY 145LBS .......................... POR

USED BUCKETS, THUMBS, ATTACHMENTS, PARTS NEW HITACHI/DEERE ZX350LC-5 21 METER (69’) LONG REACH BOOM ARM TO FIT ZX350/JD350 .................................................................................... $42,500 NEW ERSKINE BOBCAT 84” LIGHT MATERIAL/SNOW BLADE, ....................... POR NEW ERSKINE BOBCAT 72” & 84” SNOW/LIGHT MATERIAL BUCKET, BOLT ON EDGE ............................................................................................................ POR NEW HLA HD FORKS NEW 48” SKID STEER FORKS ..................................... $900 USED AFE 60” BRUSH RAKE 60” BRUSH RAKE (5 TINES) OFF OF CAT 320DL ....... .................................................................................................................. $4,490 SEC 54” SKELETON BUCKET 54” SKELETON BKT, 6 TOOTH, 11.5”X4” SCREEN, Q/C EARS .................................................................................................. $2,750 SEC 60” SKELETON BUCKET 60” SKELETON BKT, 6 TOOTH, 20”X3” SCREEN, Q/C EARS ........................................................................................................ $3,500 SEC 66” SKELETON BUCKET 66” SKELETON BKT, 7 TOOTH, 14.5”X3.5” SCREEN, PIN ON EARS ............................................................................................ $3,250 CAT BU115 CAT 60” PICK UP SWEEPER, LIKE NEW ......................................CALL 2007 CAT A19B C/W BOBCAT Q/C PLATE .....................................................CALL

www.pacificrimequipment.com | sales@prequip.com


Page 8

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

FIRE SEASON IS COMING!

CALL FOR YOUR STAND-BY WATER TANK NOW!!

250-698-7451 · fax 250-698-7421 STAND-BY WATER TANK For remote access fire suppression, Will not crush from grapple pressure

CALL

Manufactured and Sold by:

SHILOH ENTERPRISES LTD. Burns Lake, BC.

equipment for sale 1989 KOEHRING BUNCHER 628 Has 2 near new pumps/ 1 new valve bank

$40,000 OBO 1988 JOHN DEERE 740 GRAPPLE SKIDDER Runs great

$30,000 OBO

GEORGE: 250-698-7451

October 2017

Employee Health: Helping Construction With Exercise Working in the construction industry can be tough, strenuous and at times, stressful. It’s a manual industry where injury and ill health are not uncommon, which is why Volvo CE promotes good health and well-being among all its employees. Last year, over 69,000 construction workers in Great Britain were suffering from an illness they believe was caused or made worse by work, and over 23 million days of work were lost as a result. Common illnesses are depression or anxiety and musculoskeletal disorders, as well as work-related injuries (source: 2015/2016 Health Place Statistics). So while that’s the bad news, the good news is that paying closer attention to our health and wellbeing can reduce the risk of becoming unwell, and even improve our productivity.

Exercise helps us to retain a good level of physical health, reducing the risk of illness. It also releases endorphins – a natural stress-fighter – and increases energy. Memory and concentration levels are also elevated, as aerobic exercise boosts the size of the hippocampus – an area in the brain that is involved in verbal memory and learning (University of British Columbia). Exercise also increases cognitive ability – especially important when operating heavy machinery. When sitting in the cab of a machine all day, we can fall into bad habits, particularly when it comes to our posture. Bad posture not only puts stress on our bodies muscles and ligaments, it can reduce the amount of oxygen we are able to take in, contributing to fatigue. Sitting up straight opens the lungs,

allowing us to consume more oxygen, which fills our muscles and enhances our overall energy levels. Many machine cabs have been specially designed to promote good posture and enhance operator comfort. Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) boasts one of the best cabs in the industry, with an adjustable seat, removable steering column (on certain models) and Automatic Climate Control (ACC). If you’re sitting down for most of the day, try doing some leg extensions and try to move about for a couple of minutes every hour – our bodies did not evolve to sit in chairs all day. Exercise can also help to improve our posture and there are specific exercises that strengthen the muscles in our back and abdominals, such as sit ups, the plank, back extensions and upright row. Some exercis-

es can even be done in the cab. Try engaging your core with some side crunches, or if there’s enough space, arm circles and arm raises. Whether it’s 15 minutes or 60 minutes of exercise, four or five times a week, we can all find the time to fit a workout into our routine. Exercising in the morning is a great way to start the day, it kick-starts the metabolism, can help us to sleep at night (says the National Sleep Foundation) and releases plenty of good hormones. In fact, it’s because of these hormones that exercising too close to bedtime could have an adverse effect on sleeping, as you may be feeling too ‘pumped’ to sleep. On a journey to become an industry leader in sustainability, the Volvo Group has reviewed the 17 sustainable development goals, established by the United Nations, and chosen to focus on those most relevant to the business – one of these is goal number three, ‘Good health and wellbeing’. In support of this, the Group has an array of initiatives to promote this goal. Within Volvo CE, a non-profit organization – Continued on page 9

Better quality means longer lasting tracks

Call me today, I’ll be glad to help you! ~ Kevin Team Member, 5 years

replacement undercarriage

Still the #1 selling rubber track Brand in america!

800-365-7260 » depparts.com Ashland, VA » Jacksonville, FL » Dallas, TX » Cincinnati, OH » Portland,OR » Sacramento, CA » Schenectady, NY » Leduc, AB Tracks_SupplyPost_9.75x6.5_Kevin NEW.indd 1

9/6/17 9:17 PM


October 2017

Continued from page 8

called Volvo Fritid – has been running for 30 years and encourages employees to participate in activities such as badminton, bowling, fishing, golf, tennis and volleyball. At some sites, including Eskilstuna, Braås and Arvika in Sweden, group exercise classes take place either in the morning, at lunchtime or

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

after work, ranging from dance and yoga to Tabata. Skanska, the multinational contractor based in Sweden, launched a ‘Stretch and Flex’ program in 2009, as part of its Injury Free initiative. The program encourages employees to participate in an early morning workout – arranged by the company – to set them up for the day.

Page 9

Due to the arduous tasks that construction workers face every day and the high-risk situations they are commonly presented with, it’s increasingly important that they pay attention to their physical wellbeing – not only will your work life improve, but your personal life will too.b Source Volvo

EXCLUSIVE SHORT RADIUS PRICING LIMITED SUPPLY OF 2016 230SR & 260SR UNITS IN STOCK

Call today for special pricing & finance terms starting at Extended Warranty Program - Call For Details.

0% for 48 MONTHS

CALL YOUR NEAREST DOUGLAS LAKE BRANCH FOR DETAILS: SURREY 1-855-355-0109

KAMLOOPS 1-800-553-7482

QUESNEL 1-855-991-0406

www.douglaslakeequipment.com

DAWSON CREEK 1-800-663-3572


Page 10

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

Jim Taylor - Edmonton, AB: 780-499-3036 jt@simpsonandsonstrading.com Steve Simpson - Dallas, TX: 909-519-2736 steve@simpsonandsonstrading.com LOCAL SERVICE, GLOBAL REACH CONSTRUCTION AND TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT

SEE OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE PHOTOS & DETAILS! www.simpsonandsonstrading.com

REDUCED!! $399,000 CAD EACH (2) 2016 CAT 730C2’s, Only 650 Hrs. LIKE NEW!! FOB RENO, NV

$260,000 CAD EACH (3) 2006 CAT 7773E’s, Very Nice Trucks!

$288,000 CAD EACH (3) UNUSED 2017 CAT 325FL CR’s.

$532,000 CAD UNUSED 2017 HITACHI ZX490LCH-6

CALL US!! 2006 CAT D10T, Low Hours. In Transit - ETA October 30!

$335,000 CDN EACH (5) CAT 631G’s. JUST REDUCED!!!

$398,000 CAD EACH (3) UNUSED 2016 CAT 336FL’s. JUST REDUCED!

$327,750 CAD 2016 HITACHI ZX350LC-6. Only 970 Hrs.

CALL US!! 2007 CAT 16H, Low Hours. In Transit - ETA October 30!

October 2017

John Deere Introduces Powerful Mid-Size G-Series Forwarders John Deere revealed three upgrades to its powerful Forwarder line. The 1110G, 1210G and 1510G models feature new engines, control modules, simpler CAN busses and a streamlined electrical system, providing loggers with the power and precision needed for tough jobs in the woods. A key feature on the GSeries models is adaptive driveline control, a unique software-based control system that improves drivability and productivity. The operator selects the desired RPM setting (Eco, Normal, Power) for the operating conditions, and the system automatically adjusts the engine’s RPMs to correspond with the engine load. In high-load situations, the new driveline control ensures that the diesel engine runs smoothly and uses the available maximum tractive force efficiently. “Our G-Series Forwarders are designed with the operator in mind, incorporating several new features to help our customers be more productive,” said Niko Solopuro, product marketing manager WCTL Forwarders and Automation. “We are dedicated to creating innovative solutions, like adaptive driveline control, that enable loggers overcome the challenges they face each day.” The 1110G, 1210G and 1510G models, as well as the rest of the John Deere Forwarder line, are available with Intelligent Boom Control (IBC), an innovative technology offering that simplifies boom operation, increasing operator productivity. IBC automatically controls the lift, slew, and extension of the boom based on the location of the grapple enabling more precise grapple positioning, especially with long reaches. The new G-Series models feature a 6.8L John Deere PowerTech Plus engine, which meets the latest Stage 4/Final Tier 4 emissions regulations. Combined with the improved powertrain, the G-Series models offer enhanced performance. The control system and user interface has been improved

to ensure machine uptime. The TimberMatic F-16 control systems features a configurable user interface, cruise control and inclination display. The new software version allows service advisors to remotely access the machine, streamlining troubleshooting. New MECA control modules,

simple CAN busses and a simplified electrical system improve machine efficiency. Ideal for thinning jobs, the 1110G boasts 6.6 percent more power and 4.1 percent more torque than the previous machine. Available with a short wheelbase, the rear axle on the 1110G has been moved forward by 40 cm (15.75 in), allowing the load space to remain unchanged. Featuring 7.6 percent more power and 7.8 percent more torque than its Continued on page 11

592 Lilac Cres., Campbell River, BC V9W 7G6

SARATOGA

VENTURES LTD.

WE SPECIALIZE IN USED PARTS & ATTACHMENTS FOR THE LOGGING INDUSTRY!

EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: • 1997 Cat D6R Dozer, Comes with winch and semi-U blade .......$47,500. • 1978 Cat 966C Wheel loader w/ Weldco Beales log grapples ... $27,500. • 1974 Hayes HDX Log Truck has a 12V71TTA DDEC engine w/ Allison 60626 Transmission & Clark BD91 drive axles ..................................... $45,000. • 2005 Kobelco SK380 Mark 6 Log-Loader, Comes with T-Mar grapple...........................................................................................$60,000. • 2001 Kobelco SK370 Log-Loader, Unit has no grapple ..............$55,000. • 2003 Kobelco SK370RB Excavator, Comes with (2)buckets .....$40,000. • Madill 009 Tower w/ Cat 3406 engine. Machine is on a tracked carrier and will come with lines, blocks and rigging. ........................................$34,000. • 1988 Cat 14G Grader Tire size has been changed to 14.00X25, Steering Tires 10% & Drive Tires 75% .......................................................... $54,000.

DISMANTLING FOR PARTS: • • • • •

1992 Kobelco SK300 Mark 2 Log Loader 630A Prentice Feller Buncher Pacific P16 Log Truck and Trailer Excavator Bkts Madill Parts: 009, 044, 075 (Rubber & Trk) • Madill 4800 Undercarriage

• Clark Axle Components & Parts: BD 71,000 & 91,000 • Cat RB325L Excavator • Moxy 6200 Rock Truck • Komatsu PC300-6 Excavator • Link-Belt 4300 Quantum Log Loader

TOLL FREE 1-888-668-1611 Phone: 250-286-3211 • Fax: 250-286-3284

svl@saratogaventures.com | www.saratogaventures.com


October 2017 Continued from page 10

predecessor, the 1210G offers several load space alternative with different widths for different uses. Optional Variable Load Space (VLS) offers three special bunks with telescopic stakes that can be extended hydraulically. The headboard is able to move both horizontally and vertically, and extends with the load stakes. The 1510G machine is equipped with an engine that increases the machine power by 5.1 percent and torque by as much as 8.7 percent, increasing machine productivity. More agile than the previous model, the 1510G slewing angle has been increased from 42 to 44 degrees. Both the 1210G and 1510G models are available in a long bogie version, ideal for soft terrain. The distance between the front and rear wheel hubs in rear bogie has been increased, and the power train and turning radius on the 1210G and 1510G models are the same as with the standard HD portal bogie-equipped machine. Additionally, the ground pressure of the rear chassis equipped with tracks is 14 percent less than an ordi-

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers nary bogie axle. The low ground pressure on both the front and rear chassis of the machine makes it ideal for soft terrain, as the tracks are shallower and the depression is smaller. Additionally, the long bogie performs exceptionally in normal terrain, and brings stability when navigating over obstacles in rocky terrain. Designed to improve operator comfort, the John Deere forwarders are available in two cab options, fixed or rotating and leveling. The rotating and leveling cabin helps the operator maintain the correct working posture, preventing stress on the back and shoulder areas, even on uneven terrain, and reduces vibration by as much as 30 to 50 percent during operation. The cabin can be rotated 290 degrees, offering a view of the boom and grapple for safer, easier log loading. Large windows allow virtually unrestricted all-around visibility. Additionally, fatigue-beating enhancements, like comfortable ergonomic armrests, fully adjustable air-cushioned seat and automated climate-control system, ensure that the operator remains productive through-

out the day. All John Deere Forwarders are available with JDLink, now five years in base. JDLink is designed to remotely connect own-

ers and managers to their equipment and local John Deere dealer, providing alerts and machine information, including location, utilization, performance

Page 11

and maintenance data, to better manage where and how equipment is used. To learn more about the 1110G, 1210G and 1510G Forwarders, as well as IBC

and JDLink, please visit your local John Deere Forestry dealer or www.deere. com/forwarders. b Source: John Deere

Contract Awarded For Cowichan River Bridges’ Seismic Upgrade The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has awarded a $998,900 contract to Seismic 2000 Construction Ltd. of Aldergrove to carry out the Cowichan River bridges’ seismic safety retrofit project. This upgrade is scheduled to begin in late September and be completed by spring 2018. “Retrofitting the existing structures to meet current seismic standards will ensure the Trans-Canada Highway corridor is kept safe and reliable for traffic, cyclists and pedestrians,” said Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Claire Trevena. The 77-metrelong twin steel bridges over the Cowichan River are located in Duncan on Highway 1, approximately 200 metres north of the Boys Road intersection. The west bridge was built in 1950 and the east bridge was built in 1978.

Both require seismic and safety upgrades to bring them up to modern-day standards. Work will involve raising and lowering each bridge to replace the existing bearings with seismic isolation bearings. During construction, the ministry will ensure traffic delays are kept to a minimum, particularly during peak periods. Intermittent closures of approximately two to four hours will occur overnight when traffic volumes are lowest, and travellers will be diverted over the adjacent bridge. Motorists are advised to pay special attention to signs because of these changing traffic patterns, obey traffic control personnel, and watch for workers throughout the project. For up-todate traffic advisories, please check: www. drivebc.ca. b Source: Gov.bc.ca

GET A GRIP ON YOUR FOUNDATION WORK

Achieve your deep foundation work at a lower cost with the Grizzly MultiGripTM vibratory pile driver. Our exclusive side-grip device is the most versatile technology to handle, drive and extract sheet piles, H-beams and pipes in a wide range of applications. Designed and manufactured in Canada with the best warranty on the market. Grizzly MultiGripTM, the future of side-grip See you at ICUEE : Gilbert Booth – Area N - N1061

P 418.275.5041 | info@gilbert-tech.com

www.grizzlymultigrip.com Made in Canada


Page 12

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

October 2017

The Legacy That Shaped Volvo’s World-Class Excavators Volvo has leveraged 180 years of technical knowhow and over 75 years of excavator experience to develop some of the world’s finest excavators – a story that continues to unfold as new challenges of urbanization emerge. With a history that can be traced all the way back to 1832, Volvo CE is one of the true pioneers of the construction equipment industry. The company is famed for its innovations in wheel loaders and articulated haulers, but also boasts more than 75 years of excavator experience. In 1939, Swedish company Åkerman launched its first 8-ton rope shovel. The machine was such a success that by 1956, Åkerman specialized entirely in excavators and by 1985, had sold more than 10,000 units globally. Volvo CE acquired Åkerman in 1991 and with it a whole wealth of knowledge and expertise.

With the acquisition of Samsung Heavy Industries’ construction equipment division in 1998, including established excavator manufacturing operations in Korea, Volvo branded excavators leapt onto the global stage. Today, Volvo CE has R&D facilities for excavators around the world and excavator manufacturing plants in eight locations learn more

– and demand keeps on growing. Volvo is among the top brands for excavators globally and over the last five years, Volvo CE has achieved the strongest market share growth for crawler and wheeled excavators in the competitive European market. The Volvo excavator range has likewise grown in size over the years, encompassing machines from 1.5 to 90 tons (compact, crawler and wheeled excavators, high-reach demolition machines and pipelayers). Continued on page 13

Big or small, we can do it all! • We Now Have A Track Machine For Your U/C Swaps • Volvo Parts Now Available • New & Used Parts For All Makes & Models • Rebuilt Components Available

• Your source for aftermarket Liebherr parts

EQUIPMENT FOR SALE CAT 330C REBUILT SWING DRIVE 3306 REBUILT LONG BLOCK PACKAGE OF REBUILT/GOOD USED TAKEOFF CAT COMPONENTS 100x125 STEEL PREFAB SHOP: New, Still in Boxes. NEW ARRIVAL: 789B/C 3516HEUI Engine/Torque Conv. Freshly rebuilt. TIRES: 16.00R24, 29.5R25 966C CAT WHEEL LOADER, bkt machine.

Kamloops, BC., CALL GRAHAM: 250-851-1100 | 250-573-4181 (Office/Fax) | bgparts@telus.net www.bgparts.ca

PROUD DEALER OF: Allu is the world market leader in Screener Crusher Buckets. New and Used Buckets Sales and Rentals Replacement Parts in stock

FMS attachments meet or exceed the competition in quality, fit and finish with a one year warranty on materials and workmanship.

ATTACHMENTS & EQUIPMENT SALES AND RENTALS NEW & USED PARTS CALL US TODAY! 1-844-802-4490 www.arrowwest.com


October 2017 Continued from page 12

“Excavators account for a large proportion of the overall construction equipment market – and the excavator market is growing,” says Carl Slotte, president of Volvo CE Sales Region EMEA. “This makes excavators an important strategic product for Volvo CE.” One reason Volvo CE sees behind the growth is increasing urbanization. “Wheeled excavators are an attractive machine for contractors working in

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers city environments; they are easy to transport, easy to manoeuvre for precise digging, and do not risk damaging paved surfaces,” Slotte says. Volvo CE has also noted a growing trend for shortswing radius machines. “Short-swing radius machines are ideal for manoeuvring in city conditions where space may be limited. When working on a road, for example, their compactness means less disruption to other lanes and the flow of traf-

fic. A case in point: our EWR150E was one of our best-selling models in the Nordic countries last year. As urbanization continues, we expect wheeled and short-swing radius excavators to become even more popular.” Urban areas are currently developing worldwide at a rapid rate. By 2050, around 66% of the world’s population is expected to live in urban areas, according to UN projections. Over 60% of the land projected to become urban by 2030

is yet to be built. With this in mind, Volvo CE is busy planning for the future with new technologies to make construction quieter, safer, more efficient and more environmentally friendly; always working towards its goal of zero unplanned stops, zero emissions and zero accidents. Earlier this year, Volvo CE unveiled the EX2 fully electric prototype compact excavator. The EX2 delivers the same power and force as its conventional counterpart with enough

Page 13

battery power to operate for eight hours in tough ground conditions – but with zero emissions, 10 times higher efficiency, and 10 times less noise. “The EX2 is purely a research project at the moment but it showcases how our vision of high performance and environmental care could be realized. And as we leverage the knowledge and experience of the Volvo Group within the area of electromobility, we know that electric machines are part of our fu-

ture sooner or later,” Slotte says. “Whether designing the excavators of today or tomorrow, we cooperate with and involve our customers to meet the challenges they face – of fuel efficiency, emissions, noise, safety, versatility, manoeuvrability and controllability – to produce the very best machines we can. Our mission is to build the world we want to live in,” he concludes. b Soiurce: Volvo

Attachments & More

SALES ● RENTALS ● PARTS SERVICE ● FINANCING ECO DRIVE eco-friendly highly efficient

WE WANT YOU TO CRUSH IT!

JAWMAX 1006

STO RENT CK ✓ A SERV LS ✓ EXPE ICE ✓ RTI SE ✓

MB Crushin it

WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED!

Diesel-electric or 100% electrically driven Throughput capacity of up to 300 tph

Control of speed & clockwise / counter-clockwise rotation Pre-screening and MAXI version with quick detachable single deck circular vibratory screen (~9’x4’) Compact transport size of 33’x8.5’x10.5’

1.888.876.9724 terrafirmaequipment.com

Grapples

b? Small Jo ! NO PROB

Demolish!

V-Series Hammer

Fully automatic overload protection crushing gap adjustment

Wall - Dust-GONE

Rammer Hammer

Customers Come For The Attachments And Stay For The Company! 1-877-255-9293

Quarr

y Roc k

604-888-9020

vanedequipment.com


Page 14

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

Modulift Beams Suspend Full Scale Model Fighter Jet Four Modulift spreader beams were used to suspend a full scale, 10t model of an F35 Lightning II jet fighter, which was hung at the entrance to Edinburgh Castle’s esplanade at this year’s Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo (REMT). The F35 featured alongside a Lynx Mk III helicopter and a CGI projection onto the castle walls of an

aircraft taking off from the deck. The annual celebration of music and entertainment took place this year from 4-26 August. Edinburgh-based rental firm Bernard Hunter Mobile Cranes received a scope of work from construction company Interserve, which was given the task by REMT organisers of positioning the rep-

lica jet underneath the Tattoo stand structure. Integral to the suspension phase of the project were four Modulift spreader beams— three MOD 24s and a MOD 50—sourced from Bernard Hunter’s below-the-hook equipment stock. The MOD 24 offers 24t capacity at 5m / 17 ft. and lower capacities up to 8m / 26 ft., while the MOD 50

provides 50t capacity at 8m / 26 ft. and lower capacities up to 13m / 42 ft. The beams were configured so the largest was beneath two smaller ones above the back of the plane that were rigged into the ceiling, and the final MOD 24 suspended the front of the plane. Nylon slings were each rated at 10t working load limit. The rig was installed the night before the lift using a Palfinger loader crane, also from Bernard Hunter’s fleet. The following day, a 50t capacity Liebherr LTM1050-3.1 mobile crane and 20t capacity Kato CR200Ri city crane were selected for the lift, based on

Bring the comfort of Darby Seats everywhere!

October 2017

the space restrictions and lifting capacity required. The F35 was lifted from ground level, directly upwards to its final position. An aerial working platform was used to access the rig. Mark Rafferty, managing director at Bernard Hunter, said: “The plane had three lifting eyes manufactured into its design, one at the front and two at the back. Both cranes were rigged with slings belowthe-hook; the Kato crane lifted the front and the Liebherr the back.” Rafferty explained that with only two weeks between receiving the contract and the lift taking place, it was important to gather as much information as possible to facilitate lift planning, with height restrictions associated with working underneath the stand the primary focus. He said: “We were working with only millimetres to spare above the cranes.” Various on-site meetings took place with Interserve and two engineering firms, Arup Engineering and George Brown Engineering. Arup provided important details about the roof structure, which was erected especially for the REMT. Upon further consultation with Lockheed Martin, the manufacturer of the F35 model, the spreader beam concept was devised. Rafferty said: “We want-

ed to find a suspension solution that didn’t involve using heavy steel beams. Considering the Modulift spreaders was a gamechanger; I’m not sure the concept would have been possible without them.” Bernard Hunter chairman, Jim Rafferty, conducted lift plans and oversaw execution of the project. He combined with a total of six Bernard Hunter personnel over 12 hours, from 6pm to 6am the following morning. Once the plane was suspended, George Brown Engineering completed tests on the rigging equipment; with safety of paramount importance it continued to test the rig throughout the event to ensure it remained safe for people to walk underneath. The team returned at the end of the month to detach and lower the plane using the same lifting equipment. Bernard Hunter boasts a fleet of nearly 30 cranes ranging in capacity up to 500t. Spierings mobile tower cranes, Kato city cranes, Maeda mini-cranes and Palfinger loader cranes are employed on a variety of projects in the city and further afield. In addition to the beams utilised for the F35 suspension, Bernard Hunter also stocks two MOD 12s. b Source: Modulift

Produce on the move.

VISIT US: FRONTLINE-MACHINERY.COM


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Hyundai CE To Donate $50,000 For Houston Hurricane Relief Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas, Inc., said it is supporting Hurricane Harvey relief efforts through an immediate $50,000 corporate donation to the United Way of Greater Houston. The company is calling on its construction equipment and forklift dealers throughout North America to join in this fun-

draising effort before the end of the month. Because Hyundai dealers with locations along the coastal area of Texas have employees who were severely impacted by Hurricane Harvey, Hyundai, its employees and dealer personnel are also collecting funds through the end of September, specifically to

HEAVY EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS FULL REPAIR FACILITY-FIELD SERVICE Parts, Service and Sales for Mining, Forestry & Construction.

CHECK US FIRST FOR TURBOS, INJECTORS & ENGINE COMPONEN TS!

Servicing all major brands CAT, HITACHI, VOLVO, KOMATSU, DEERE, HYUNDAI

INTERIOR DIESEL LTD. Call today! 250.374.3443 2045 W Trans Canada Hwy, Kamloops, BC, V1S 1A7

wajax_wheelloader_2017.indd 1

provide some needed relief for these individuals. In addition, Hyundai Forklift is making arrangements to donate a forklift to a Houston-area nonprofit organization for use in cleanup and rehab efforts. United Way of Greater Houston guarantees that 100 percent of all funds donated will assist the people of Houston and other neighboring communities who were most affected by Hurricane Harvey. Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas has construction equipment and forklift dealers across the United States and Canada. Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas, Inc., offers a full line of crawler excavators, ranging from compact models to mass excavators, as well as wheeled excavators, wheel loaders, compaction equipment, hydraulic breakers and a full line of materialhandling products. For more information about Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas, Hyundai products or dealership opportunities, visit www.hceamericas.com or call 877-509-2254. b Source: Hyundai

Page 15

A division of hayco equipment ltd.

Call Brian butzelaar | 604.515.8260

EXCAVATOR RENTALS

• Late model, high spec from 2 ton - 35 ton • FULL SERVICE • DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY RENTAL RATES • CENTRALLY LOCATED

856 Boyd street, New westminster, bc

RENTALS@WESTCOASTEQUIP.CA | WWW.WESTCOASTEQUIP.CA

2017-09-19 14:14:59


Page 16

Supply Post Western Canada Edition ¡ supplypost.com

brandtused.ca What are you looking for? Searching for used equipment just got a whole lot easier with advanced searches, currency conversion and monthly payment calculations. And every machine is backed by Brandt – the best-trained and committed after sales support team in the business.

brandtused.ca

October 2017


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

2010 JOHN DEERE 310SJ Unit #: 0U204753 Hours: 3882 Location: MONCTON, NB

$62,500

2011 BOBCAT E35

Unit #: RM013402 Hours: 1183 Location: REGINA, SK

$44,900

2008 DITCH WITCH R300 ZAHN Unit #: 2U000701 Hours: 1150 Location: EDMONTON, AB

$10,000

2006 DITCH WITCH FX30 Unit #: 0U000119 Hours: 0 Location: WINNIPEG, MB

$60,000

2011 JOHN DEERE 323D Unit #: 1U203241 Hours: 1950 Location: SASKATOON, SK

$38,900

2004 JOHN DEERE 2054LL Unit #: 1U200146 Hours: 21791 Location: KAMLOOPS, BC

$30,000

2015 JOHN DEERE 750K Unit #: RH283301 Hours: 1962 Location: CALGARY, AB

$265,000

2010 CATERPILLAR 140M Unit #: 0U002718 Hours: 8370 Location: WINNIPEG, MB

$128,000

FLEXIBLE OPTIONS FINANCING CUSTOMIZED, FIND OUT MORE 1-855-711-4545

2013 JOHN DEERE 750J Unit #: 0U235511 Hours: 3346 Location: RED DEER, AB

$185,000

2011 JOHN DEERE 870GP Unit #: 0U638910 Hours: 8112 Location: CALGARY, AB

$155,000

2006 JCB 214

Unit #: 0U907145 Hours: 1490 Location: EDMONTON, AB

$51,550

2012 JOHN DEERE 953K Unit #: 0U212048 Hours: 7040 Location: KAMLOOPS, BC

$195,000

Page 17

2008 DITCH WITCH JT3020 Unit #: 1U000097 Hours: 2450 Location: MILTON, ON

$80,000

2004 JOHN DEERE 325 Unit #: 1U100330 Hours: 1650 Location: WINNIPEG, MB

$26,900

2008 JOHN DEERE 544J Unit #: 1U616466 Hours: 7965 Location: MONCTON, NB

$77,500

2012 JOHN DEERE 250 GLC Unit #: RM608520 Hours: 3900 Location: EDMONTON, AB

$215,000


Page 18

Supply Post Western Canada Edition ¡ supplypost.com

October 2017

CNH Industrial Named As One Of The 24 Most Sustainable Companies With a score of 89/100 the Company is confirmed as the Industry Leader in the Dow Jones Sustainability World and Europe Indices for the seventh consecutive year. CNH Industrial has also been named as Industry Group Leader in Capital Goods for the second time. CNH Industrial (NYSE: CNHI /MI: CNHI) is the Industry Leader in Machinery and Electrical Equipment in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI), World and Europe, for the seventh consecutive year. The Company has also been named Industry Group Leader in Capital Goods for the second time. The DJSI World and DJSI Europe are among the most prestigious sustainability-focused equity indices. Inclusion in these indices is exclusively for companies that are judged as exemplary in terms of their economic,

the highest score within its category. In April of this year, CNH Industrial released its 2016 Sustainability Report along with the inaugural edition of A Sustainable Year, a publication for general audiences recounting the sustainability highpoints the Company and its employees accomplished in 2016. CNH Industrial is also ranked among the 193 A listers in the 2016 CDP Climate Change program. Further to this, the Company achieved a score of A- in the 2016 CDP Water program and received the Oekom Prime Status. CNH Industrial is also included amongst other leading sustainability indices including: MSCI ESG Leaders Indexes, MSCI SRI Indexes, FTSE4Good index series, Euronext Vigeo Europe 120, Euronext Vigeo Eurozone 120, STOXX Global ESG Leaders Index, STOXX Europe Sustainability Index, EURO STOXX Sustainability Index, EURO STOXX Low Carbon Index, STOXX Global Low Carbon Footprint. b

environmental and social performance. This year, the DJSI World evaluation process invited 88 companies to participate in the Machinery and Electrical Equipment industry category, 10 of which were admitted to the index. For the DJSI Europe Index, 26 companies were invited to participate and 6 were admitted. The 2017 assessment resulted in a score of 89/100 for CNH Industrial, compared with an average of 49/100 for the assessed companies in the Machinery and Electrical Equipment industry. All companies selected for consideration in the indices are evaluated by RobecoSAM, an investment specialist exclusively focused on sustainability investing. The 60 sectors analyzed by RobecoSAM are organized into 24 Industry Groups. The Industry Group Leader is the company which has obtained Source: CNH

WE NOW ACCEPT ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS

COMING SOON...

1645II IS BACK!

CHECK OUT OUR NEW WEBSITE: Brand New RC45II

www.mormak.com

Cedarapids TSV 6 X 20 In Feed Screen Plant VERNON, BC

8140 Becketts Rd.PH: (250) 542-7350

Cedarapids 3042 Jaw

Cedarapids 2236 Heavy Duty Jaw Scalp Plant CHILLIWACK, BC

7912 Atchelitz Rd PH: (604) 795-7511

CALGARY, ALBERTA

8815 44th St. SE PH: (403) 203-2644


October 2017

USA Ph. 360.699.7300

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Western Canada Ph. 250.372.9986

Eastern Canada Ph. 506.869.2325

Page 19


Page 20

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

October 2017

Komatsu Pledges $250,000 To Hurricane Harvey Relief 10807 - 209 Street 47 Forest Plain Road Edmonton, Alberta T5S 1Z7 Oro-Medonte, Ontario L3V 6H1 Tel: 1-780-452-7021 Tel: 1-705-325-2777 info@jadeequipment. com Your Source for Champion Graders • Volvo Graders • Volvo Loaders Your Source for Champion Graders • Volvo Graders • Volvo Loaders

NEW, USED & REBUILT PARTS

NEW, USED, REBUILT PARTS

Komatsu America Corp., a leading global heavy equipment manufacturer, announced plans to provide a $250,000 cash donation to the American Red Cross, to support Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Komatsu America will also match, dollarfor-dollar, all contributions made by Komatsu America Corp. (KAC) and subsidiary-company employees. Subsidiary companies include Komatsu Financial, Komatsu Mining Corp., Modular

Komatsu-affiliated staff members and their families in the state of Texas alone. “Speaking on behalf of the Komatsu family of companies, we have been moved by the stories of loss, courage and comradery coming out of the storm-damaged areas in the wake of Hurricane Harvey,” said Rod Schrader, CEO of Komatsu America Corp. “We are pleased to support the American Red Cross in their efforts to help families and communities begin the journey towards recovery and rebuilding,” Schrader said. Visit the website at www.komatsuamerica. com for more info. b

Mining Systems, Inc., Hensley Industries, Inc., NTC America Corp., Komatsu America Industries, LLC, Gigaphoton USA, Komatsu Forklift USA, Komatsu Equipment Company, Komatsu SouthWest, F&M Equipment, Ltd., Komatsu do Brasil Ltda., Komatsu Cummins Chile Arrienda S.A. and Komatsu Holding South America Ltda. Between manufacturing and foundry plants, distributors and other support functions, there are more than 1,000 Source: Komatsu

CALL JAMES AT 780-220-5524

Building.

DEMOLISHED. Jade Equipment is pleased to offer the FORAX line of grader implement booms. Cutting, mulching, digging. Call today for details and pricing.

10807 - 209 Street 47 Forest Plain Road Edmonton, Alberta T5S 1Z7 Oro-Medonte, Ontario L3V 6H1 Tel: 1-780-452-7021 Tel: 1-705-325-2777 info@jadeequipment. com Your Source for Champion Graders • Volvo Graders • Volvo Loaders

NEW, USED, REBUILT PARTS 2008 JOHN DEERE 872D, STK E001366, INCLUDES RIPPER AND PUSH BLOCK ..................................................$128,900

2012 JOHN DEERE 624K, STK E1487, 6.8L TURBO, 198 HP, 80% TIRES, TOO MUCH TO LIST ..............................$159,900

concrete.

Crushed. JOB.

DONE. GET THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB AND THE SERVICE YOU DESERVE FROM PEOPLE YOU TRUST.

2008 VOLVO G940, E001565, 6,600 HOURS ......... $92,400

Add the power of ShearForce Demolition Pulverizers to your equipment fleet. Crush concrete and separate rebar with our fixed and rotating models. Available now!

VOLVO 740B GRADERS, SEVERAL TO CHOOSE FROM. CALL FOR DETAILS AND PRICING...........................................$CALL

Dismantled JD Graders 772 & 770 Rebuilt transmission, final drive, circle drive, many other rebuilt & used parts. Call for details

RENTALs • SALES • SERVICE • SUPPORT 1.800.255.5211 shearforce.ca

Needs. Met.


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Obishikokaang Certifies To SFI Standard The Sustainable Forestry Initiative Inc. (SFI) recently announced that Obishikokaang Resources Corporation has certified more than 1 million hectares of the Lac Seul Forest in Northern Ontario to the SFI 2015-2019 Forest Management Standard. Lac Seul First Nation, also known as Obishikokaang, is the oldest Reserve in the Sioux Lookout District. Lac Seul First Nation has over 800 members and is made up of the communities of Kejick Bay, Whitefish Bay and Frenchman’s Head, all located on the shores of Lac Seul. “Lac Seul and the surrounding forest have always provided for the economic and cultural well-being of the people of Obishikokaang. Certifying to SFI is part of our commitment to the kind of sustainable business practices that are designed to pro-

tect the environment and support economic growth. Band members are working as part of the management teams, supervising harvesting and playing an important role in forest regeneration,” said Clifford Bull, Chief of Lac Seul First Nation. The SFI Forest Management Standard respects Indigenous peoples’ rights and traditional knowledge. This includes protecting spiritual, historical and cultural sites, and using non-timber forest products. Obishikokaang Resources Corporation also adopted the SFI Standard because of its ability to promote sustainable forest management by protecting water quality, biodiversity, wildlife habitat and species at risk. Enhancing the economic sustainability of the community by opening new markets was another key factor in the decision to choose SFI.

nal Business have a Memorandum of Understanding to support the Progressive Aboriginal Relations certification program. The program promotes corporate social responsibility and Indigenous business and employment opportunities, especially for youth in forest communities. SFI is also involved in a variety of other projects with Indigenous partners. To date, SFI has awarded nine grants across the U.S. and Canada to support and protect Indigenous values. “We are extremely pleased to welcome Obishikokaang Resources Corporation to the SFI community. Indigenous values are reflected throughout our organization including in our governance structure, our grants program, and our partnerships. And having Indigenous land managers choose to certify to the SFI Forest Management Standard ensures that the Indigenous communities and forests they manage are always front and centre,” said Andrew de Vries, Vice President of Conservation and Indigenous Relations at SFI. b

“Certifying a forest to SFI is an important way for Indigenous communities to assure their markets and the general public that the forestry they practice is sustainable. It also helps Indigenous communities ensure our values and economic priorities are reflected in the management of those forests,” said SFI Board member, David Walkem, Chief of the Cooks Ferry Band and President of Stuwix Resources Joint Venture. Today, 28 Indigenous and tribal groups across Canada and the U.S. manage more than 3.1 million hectares of forest land, certified to SFI. Obishikokaang Resources Corporation is the second SFI certificate holder in Ontario. SFI continues to deepen its partnerships with Indigenous people in Canada and the U.S. SFI and the Canadian Council for Aborigi- Source: SFI

Page 21

(250) 564-7226

GET READY FOR THE SNOW WINTER SPECIALS GRADERS Snow Wing - 140H/160H - WBM Low Pro ........... Snow Wing - 140H/160H - WBM Mast ................. Snow Wing - 140M/160M - WBM Mast ................. SnowWing - 140M/160M - WBM Low Pro ............ Snow Wing - 14H - WBM Mast .............................

$4000 $3000 $6000 $7000 $4000

SKID STEERS Snow Blade - Skid steer forklift 6’- 8’ Extendable Desite “New” .......................................................... $2500 Snow Pusher Skid steer 84” .................................. $2150 Sweeper SS Sweepster 72” ................................. $4100 WHEEL LOADERS Snow Blade 930G/H, IT28G/H - 11ft. New .............. $8000 Snow Blade 938G/H, IT38G/H - EFI 11ft. New ...... $12000 Snow Blade - J/Deere Loader – WBM 12ft. ............. $9000 Snow Bucket - 344J/D size Loader – Q/A 4 Yard ..... $3500 Snow Bucket - 980H/G - WBM 11ft......................... $8500

(250) 564-7226

Prince George BC

www.banningequipment.com

www.inlandequipment.com • sales@inlandequipment.com • 150 Industrial Place, Penticton, B.C. Call Vic Kampe For Details BACKHOE/LOADERS/ EXCAVATORS/FORKLIFTS 1978 Cat 966C, Forklift sideshift, fork adjust .........Call 2005 John Deere 310SG, 4x4, 4in1, aux. hyd, tires75% ............................................................ $43,900. 2014 Cat 950K Loader ...........................................Call 2010 Bobcat E32M Excavator, 2600 hrs, 7000 lb ................................................................... $36,000. (2) Takeuchi TB16 Excavators ............................. Call. 2013 Terex TC16 Excavator, 3,800 lbs, cab, 670 hrs .......................................................................... Call. 2008 John Deere 410J Backhoe .......................... Call. 1996 Skytrak 5028 HiTorque, 5,000 lb ......... $24,000.

CRAWLERS/WHEEL LOADERS/SKID STEERS 2011 Cat 972H Wheel Loader, 5,300 hrs, tires 60%, E Steer ..............................................................Call. 1980 Cat 966C, 3rd valve, grapple.......................Call. 2015 John Deere 544K, 1,300 hrs, aux. hyd, Q/C ................................................................$165,000. 1981 Cat 920, aux. hyd, bkt machine ...........$19,000. 1992 Cat 950F, bucket machine ..........................Call. 1974 Cat 920 ................................................$17,000. (2) 2005 Cat 246B Skid Steer, closed cab ..........Call. 2004 Cat 287 Skid Steer, rubber tracks, 1,300 hrs ...... Call.

GRADERS & DOZERS 2010 Cat 14M Grader, 5,000 hrs.........................Call. 1992 & 1994 Cat 14G Graders, c/w rippers. .......Call. 2003 John Deere 772CH Grader, 5,500 hrs, ripper and scarifier, 90% ice radials. ..........................Call. 1992 Cat 14G, c/w ripper, 16 x 24 tires @ 80% ..Call. 2007 John Deere 872D, AWD, 7,147 Hrs, tires 4 @ 100%, 2 @ 80%................................................Call.

Ph: (250) 493-6791 Fax: (250) 492-2762

2007 John Deere 772D, AWD, 14' MB, A/C, ripperCall. 2004 John Deere 772CH, Ser. II, AWD, ripper .... Call. 2008 John Deere 872D, AWD, 14' MB, A/C, ripper Call. 2008 Cat 160M AWD, c/w ripper ................$139,000. 2007 Cat 14H VHP, ripper, push block, 20.5 x 25 tires @ 60% (wing available) ....................................Call. 2006 Cat 14H, c/w ripper, 20.5 x 25 tires ............Call. (2) 2003 Cat 140H Graders .................................Call. 1995 Cat 160H VHP, c/w ripper ........................... Call.

BELLY DUMPS, LOW BEDS & TILT TRAILERS 1990 Peerless 50 Ton Tridem D/D Lowbed, 6'6" Neck Ext. 10 x 21 Deck, Beaver Tails, Detach ..................... $44,900. 2017 Trailmax 27 Ton tilt trailer ..........................Call. 1997 Peerless 50 Ton Lowbed, Tri axle, 20 x 10' detach, neck ext. ............................................................. $49,000. 1996 K-Line T/A 40 Ton Lowbed, 9' x 21' deck, beavertails, c/w Jeep & booster ...........................................Call. 1992 Peerless 50 Ton Tridem, 10' x 20'6" deck, D/D ....Call. 1993 Scona 50 Ton D/D, 10' x 23' deck, AR susp, tridem ...............................................................Call. (2) 2012 7 Ton 24' Trailers, c/w 4' sides & ramps.. $5,000. 1996 Peerless 50 Ton TriAxle, 9'6" x 21' deck, detach and beaver tail ................................................... Call. 1993 Knight 50 Ton TriAxle, 10' x 21' deck, detach and beaver tail ................................................... Call. 2007 Felling FL-20PT, 10T, elec. brakes ............. Call. 1995 CZ, 12 ton trailer, Budd wheels ...................Call. 1995 14' Midland gravel pups, good tires ...........Call. 1983 14' Gravel Pup............................................Call.

• WILL PURCHASE QUALITY USED EQUIPMENT • TRY YOUR OFFER, NO REASONABLE OFFERS REFUSED

ROLLERS/PACKERS/CRUSHING & PAVING

MISCELLANEOUS

1987 Cat WE851B Windrow Elevator, 72" pickup ..................................................................... $7,500. 1977 Mark I Powerscreen, 3' x 5' deck ........ $24,900. 2006 Ingersoll Rand SD25F, 42" padfoot and smooth drum .................................................................. Call. Powerscreen Plant, Chieftain 1400........................Call.

2011 Sullair 185 CFM Compressor, 1,481 hrs .... $11,900. 2009 Bobcat 2200S RTV 4 Seater, 4x4, Dump Box$7,900. 2012 Sullivan 185CFM Compressor, 821 hrs ....$12,900. 2012 Sullair 185CFM Compressor, 1,068 hrs.$12,900. (2) 2007 Ford E450 Ambulance, 280,000 kms .............................................................$14,900 ea. 2004 Boom Lift JLG 600 AJ, 4,000 hrs ...............Call. (2) 2000 Vermeer BC1250A Wood Chippers ......Call. 2007 JLG Manlift 60', 4x4 articulating ................Call. 2000 Ford F450XLT Ambulance, 7.3 Ltr. diesel, auto ................................................................... Call. 1997 Bandit 90XP Woodchipper .........................Call. 96" & 84" Snow Blades for Bobcats ....................Call. 1975 Grove RT755 50 Ton 4 Section Boom ........Call. Skeleton buckets for skid steers .........................Call. 72" Dozer blade for skid steers ...........................Call. Rock grapple for skid steers ...............................Call. Front Lift Groups for 140H-160H-140G Graders ....Call. 2001 Ford Cube Body Ambulance ................ Call. NEW 48" sweeper for Bobcat....................... Call. 1999 Ford E350 Ambulance, auto, p/window, A/C, cruise ................................................................Call. Grove 18 Ton RT518 Crane, 20.5 x 25 tires, Hyd Out Riggers .............................................................. Call. Buckets for 980 & 966 C, F & G........................... Call. Forks for 966C ...................................................... Call. 32" Dig Bucket CWS Q/C for John Deere 200...... Call. 48" Dig Bucket CWS Q/C ...................................... Call. 32" Lynn Pin on Hitachi 200 Size ........................ Call. Cat & John Deere Snow Wings .............................Call.

TRUCKS 2006 Volvo A30D Articulated Dump Truck .........$115,000. 2004 Ford F750, 2,000 Gallon Water Truck, Front & Rear Spray, Hose Reel................................................... $47,500. 2005 Ford F750 Water Truck, 2,000 Gal., Front Rear Spray, Hyd. Brakes, 28,400 miles ................................... $49,000. 2006 Volvo A30D Rock Trucks, heated boxes, 3 to choose ..............................................................Call. 2007 Ford F750 Water Truck, 21,615 miles, front, rear, spray, hose reel ........................................Call. 2011 IHC 4300, 2,000 gal water truck,front rear side spray, hose reel, new tank ................................Call. 2002 Kenworth T300 S/A Water Truck, auto...$57,000. 2007 IHC 4700 Water Truck, auto ................$67,000. 1996 GMC Topkick, 15' steel deck w/hoist ...$17,900. 2006 IHC S/A Water Truck, 29,000 miles, front, rear, and side spray ...........................................$49,000. 1992 IHC S/A Tree Trim Truck, 51' boom, dump box.............................................................$39,000. 2005 International 4300 Service Truck, Hiab crane 027, 12 ft. service deck ..............................$25,000. 1988 Ford Bucket Truck, 55' boom, 2 buckets, outriggers, 168,000 km ....................................Call.

FRONT BLADES FOR CAT 140H - 160H ALSO HAVE UNDERBODY BLADES, GRAPPLES & BUCKETS, FRONT PLOWS, BOBCAT ATTACH.

• MANY MORE PIECES OF EQUIPMENT IN THE YARD FOR SALE • FINANCING & RENTAL PURCHASE AVAILABLE


Page 22

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

F

T

e

October 2017

Intelligent Compaction Key ores ech quipmenT Y S P -o L e To New Ammann Rollers our

ource for

re

wned

ogging

quiPment

LOG LOADERS

HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS

2000 Kobelco SK375MkIVLL c/w: T-Mar grapple, heel rack, LL front, elevated rear entry cab, forestry guarding pkg. w/ aux. fuel tank, Cummins eng., highwalker undercarriage w/ 28” double bar pads ..................................................................... $74,500

2008 John Deere 270DLC c/w: 40” dig bkt, Q/C, hyd thumb, hoe front, mini forestry guarding package, std U/C with 22” TBP.10,5XX hours. Recent new UC, r/b bkt................................ $72,500

FELLER BUNCHERS

SKIDDERS

Inventory of two 2005 Madill T2250B c/w: Madill 24” felling head, 360 degree wrist, ROPS cab, fire sup., Series 50 eng., self leveling UC w/ 28” SBP. 2004 Caterpillar 535B c/w: decking blade, ROPS Call for details. ............................ From $152,500/ea cab, DH73X44.00 floatation tires, dual function arch w/ 125" bunching grapple............................ $29,500 WHEEL LOADERS 1995 Komatsu WA450-2 Wheel Loader c/w: IMAC 1998 Timberjack 460 c/w: decking blade w/ ext., log grapple, 26.5X25 tires, ROPS cab, forestry ROPS cab, 30.5x32 tires, dual function arch w/ guarding pkg. .............................................. $47,500 Esco 120" grapple ........................................ $10,000 PROCESSORS

MISCELLANEOUS

1999 Komatsu PC300HD-6LE c/w: 2004 Waratah HTH624 processing head, Pierce LL front, elevated rear entry cab on 40" riser, forestry guarding package, highwalker U/C w/28" DBP. .......... $69,500 OFF HIGHWAY LOG TRUCKS Inventory of two Pacific P-16 Conventional T/A Log Trucks & Trailers c/w: Cat C15, Jake Brake, 18 sp., driveline retarder, spring susp., Clark BD121 rear axles, 14:00X25 tires, 15’ log bunk, Hayes T/A pole trailer. Call for further details ................$187,500/ea Pacific P-16 Conventional T/A Log Trucks & Trailer c/w: 12V71TT, Allison 6061 Electric, Spring susp., Champion 720A Motor Grader 12’ MB, cab, 14:00Clark BD91 rear axles, 14:00X25 tires, Columbia Pre 24 tires w/ four chains, Detroit 4 cyl eng. Nice older Load T/A trailer. .......................................... $59,500 grader! ......................................................... $15,000

Ammann has released four new soil compactors in its ASC product line. The compactors are built to combine high output with intelligent compaction systems to help contractors eliminate passes – and ultimately reduce costs. The new models are the ASC 110 T4f, ASC 130 T4f, ASC 150 T4f and ASC 170 T4f. Their weights range from 11 tonnes to 17 tonnes. The new rollers feature the latest Deutz engine and meet all U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final and EU Stage 4 Final emissions requirements. Typical applications include motorways, railways, airfields, rock dams, industrial zones, harbours and residential areas. The ASC rollers also offer Ammann Compaction Expert (ACE), a proprietary intelligent compaction system. ACE is an automatic measurement, control and documentation system. It can be supported with GPS mapping to provide data regarding the areas the

tures of the ASC rollers are: • The no-rear-axle concept, which enables stability, manoeuvrability and a compact machine design • A spacious cab design with low sound levels for all-day operator comfort • A simple and reliable dashboard for intuitive machine control “We continue to build on our philosophy of providing quicker compaction in fewer passes,” said Vlasta Medek, Ammann’s Commercial Manager. “In addition, the ACE system and intuitive controls help inexperienced operators bring productivity to the jobsite – yet another key impact on profit for our customers.” b

compactor has covered. All measured values can be displayed and evaluated, including the load-bearing capacity of the material, the number of passes, and the frequency and amplitude values. Two system variations are available on the new ASC compactors. ACEpro measures and evaluates the characteristics of the ground and automatically adjusts the amplitude and frequency accordingly, while ACEforce measures the absolute value of the bearing capacity of the compacted material. Among other key fea- Source: Ammann

METSO

Langley, BC

Tel: 604-866-0482

NORSTONE EXCAVATING

SPECIALIZING IN CUSTOM ATTACHMENTS FOPS/GUARDING 1 SNOW BLADES RIPPERS MAT GRAPPLES PALLET FORKS MOUNDING RAKES STUMPERS BROOMS / SWEEPERS HOE PACS

Inventory of two Kenworth 850 Pre Load T/A Log Trucks and Trailers c/w: 12V71 or Cummins K Model eng., Allison trans., spring susp., Clark BD91 18’ West Coast Pod Dozer Boat c/w: 4-71 eng., rear axles, 14:00X25 tires, T/A pre load trailer. ........... Allison drive, steel split cab w/ hyd. steering, heater, ....................................................... From $59,500/ea radio, cab guard, steering nozzle, equipped with T/A trailer ........................................................... $57,500 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS Finning M-32F Tank Drill, c/w: PR66 hammer, slide, ROPS cab, 6V92 eng., mounted on M-32 undercarriage. Call for details...................... $34,500 Caterpillar D8K Crawler Tractor c/w: DAT blade, sweeps, ROPS canopy, screens, winch, new U/C, engine work orders...................................... $77,500 Hayes HD T/A Dump Truck c/w: Cummins eng., 13 sp., spring susp., 4640 rears, 12:00R25 tires, 14’ dump box with tailgate. ............................... $19,500 2000 Hitachi EX450LC-5 Hydraulic Excavator c/w: 2 Dig bkts, Q/C, hyd. thb., hoe front, forestry guarding pkg. w/ aux. fuel tank, high walker undercarriage with 28” DBP. 5,015 Hrs. on rebuild. Ready to work! ...............................$114,500

1989 Caterpillar D4C Crawler Tractor. c/w 6 way blade, sweeps, ROPS Canopy, Cat #53 Winch, 16” SBP .............................................................. $18,500 Madill 60” Log Grapple................................ $6,500

4335 barge arge Terminal erminal rdd. campbell ampbell riVer iVer, bc

VisiT our websiTe For our Full inVenTory: www.ForesTech.ca

ContaCt: tim LLoyd 250-703-3551

CLEAN UP BUCKETS DIG BUCKETS V BUCKETS CHIP BUCKETS FROST BUCKETS SKELETON BUCKETS WRIST BUCKETS CORRAL BUCKETS


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Sandvik Uses Vegetable Oil In Computer-Controlled Machining Sandvik has made vegetable oil standard for its computer-controlled manufacturing machines at an R&D center in Italy. Development Operator Andrea Azzolini enjoys the benefits from the vegetable oil. Vegetable oils have many advantages as industrial lubricants, but their deficiencies often outweigh their benefits. At the R&D centre in Rovereto, Italy, Sandvik has found a way to make vegetable oil standard for all its computercontrolled manufacturing machines. Vegetable-oil lubricants, green and biodegradable, can be used both for moving components and as a base for lubro-refrigerant emulsions. They promote a healthier work environment, thanks to reduced risk of inhaled or contact contamination as well as reduced risk of falls and fires. Furthermore, vegetable oils have proved to have a greater lubricat-

ing capacity than mineral oils, so that cutting tool wear is reduced, surface finish quality is better and machining cycle times are shorter. Maurizio Tardivo, project manager and responsible for the Sandvik Coromant R&D facility, put the vegetable oil to the test. It passed with flying colours. For many years, the research team at the Sandvik Coromant R&D Centre in Rovereto, Italy, thought about replacing the mineral oil used in their computercontrolled manufacturing machines, so-called computer numerical control or, in short, CNC machines, with a vegetable alternative. The drawback was the discouraging results from previous tests where the vegetable oils performed poorly at high temperatures and pressures, oxidizing and undergoing changes to their chemical and physical composition. The oils tested also showed

a very low smoking point, and their capacity to resist bacterial attack was weak. In 2013 the Italian team saw an opportunity to pursue the use of vegetable oils, following a conversation between Sandvik and Bellini, a producer of industrial lubricants. Bellini was about to market a blend of vegetable oil made from seeds from three different continents. In addition to the inherent “greenness” of the seedbased oil, it needs no refinement, further augmenting its environmental benefit. With the support of Bellini technicians, Sandvik Coromant put the product to the test. “We tested emulsifiable vegetable oil for two years, using it on the same CNC milling machine, as a basis for emulsion used with alloy steels, stainless steels, cast iron and aerospace-grade aluminium alloys as well as titanium and nickel alloys,” says Maurizio Tardivo, project manager and responsible for the Sandvik Coromant test facility. “We had no problems with emulsion stability in any of the materials we processed.” By using the Bellini veg-

etable oil for all its CNC milling, Sandro Maurelli and his co-workers can enjoy a healthier workplace. The oil also passed the most important test of chemical stability – summer and winter holidays, when the machines are inactive for two weeks at a time. The oil kept its characteristics over the downtime without loss

Page 23

of quality. Vegetable oil has now been adopted for the two remaining CNC milling machines at the Rovereto R&D centre. The only change the researchers made was to purchase a portable oil separator to be used every one to two weeks on each machine to avoid the eventuality of oil or grease contamination.

“We are glad that we gave the oil a try,” says Andrea Azzolini, Sandvik Coromant Development Operator. “It feels great to be able to use vegetable oil in our operations, as we are always looking for less polluting solutions and we like to work in such a clean workplace.” b Source: Sandvik

SPECIALIZING IN NEW & USED UNDERCARRIAGE PARTS EQUIPMENT RENTALS & REPAIRS TRACK PRESS FACILITY, IDLER REBUILDING 594 Chilcotin Road, Kamloops, BC V2H 1G5

EQUIPMENT FOR RENT OR SALE

R

ENRENT FOR TED

• 2015 Komatsu PC170LC-10, 3 bkts, thumb, cab guard, like new cond., 700 hrs. D 3 bkts, thumb, cabguard, Q/C, exc. cond., 1,900 hrs. • 2012 Komatsu PC200LC-8, RENTE • 2011 Komatsu PC88MR-8 3 bkts including wrist-bkt., hyd. thumb, swing boom, rubber road liner pads, exc. condition. • 2012 Komatsu D65EX-17 sigma blade, ripper and forestry guarding, exc. cond. • KomatsuSD65EX-12, OLD! angle dozer, sweeps/guarding, winch, new U/C. • Dressta TD10M Crawler, 6 way, blade, cab, A/C, 850 hrs, like new cond. • Dynapac CA362D, 84" smooth drum, cab, A/C, 2,000 hrs, exc. cond. • 2010 Hamm 3307, 66" smooth drum w/shell kit, cab, A/C, exc. cond.

REN ENT R TED

FOR

2012 Komatsu PC350LC-8, 3 bkts, thumb, catwalks, cabguard, low hrs, exc. cond.

USED UNDERCARRIAGE

• NEW Berco Surplus 400 Size TGA’s, 28" 2 Bar • Cat 330 U/C, Rock Guards, Track Adj’s & Spring Assemblies INVENTORY • 903G, 953G TGA’s 24" ESS, 65% Rem. OF USED • Deere 2154 TGA’s 28” 2 bar 80% Rem. UNDERCARRIAGE • EX200LC/PC200LC TGA, 28” 2 Bar Pads CALL NOW! • EX60-5 Rollers/Idlers • Cat D7 G, R Bottom Rollers S/F & D/F 2012 Hamm 3412, 84” smoothdrum • T.Cat 870 / Deere, 959 track spring assy rebuilt w/ shell kit, cab, A/C, exc. cond. • ZX200 (Rebuilt) Track Adj. Assembly

HUGE

Fax: (250) 374-5126 Email: traktech@telus.net EVES: Regan Zurowski (250) 371-1444 • Chad Zurowski (250)371-7535

Phone: (250) 374-5054

NEW 2017 LIUGONG 856H - IN STOCK! 2017 LIUGONG 856H • Tier 4 Final Cummins 225 HP QSB 6.7 Engine

3 YR / 4,000 HR FULL MACHINE WARRANTY. + 5 YR / 7,000 HR EXTENDED WARRANTY*

• 4.5 CU yd. GP Bucket • World Class ZF Powershift Transmission • Maintenance Free Wet Disc Brakes • Reversible Cooling Fan • Auto Lube System • Ride Control • Rear View Camera and More!

Payments as low as $3,595* * OAC, taxes not included *Some restrictions may apply

CALL YOUR NEAREST DOUGLAS LAKE BRANCH FOR DETAILS: SURREY 1-855-355-0109

KAMLOOPS 1-800-553-7482

QUESNEL 1-855-991-0406

www.douglaslakeequipment.com

DAWSON CREEK 1-800-663-3572


Page 24

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

Case IH Launches Industry’s Fastest Converting Combination Applicator Convert from liquid to dry in as little as 42 minutes with the new Trident 5550 liquid/dry combination applicator. The new Case IH Trident 5550 liquid/dry combination applicator is the industry’s fastest converting combination applicator on a row-crop chassis. It’s engineered from the ground up to be changed from liquid to dry and back again throughout three seasons of use. “Efficient use of capital and resources is a priority for everyone in agriculture these days,” said Mark Burns, Case IH Applica-

tion Equipment Marketing Manager. “So is timely application and nutrient delivery. The Trident 5550 combination applicator delivers on both fronts.” No. 1 on the priority list for Case IH, Burns said, was to design a true combination applicator from the ground up. “Other so-called combination applicators simply are adaptations of an existing spray rig or other application equipment,” Burns explained. “The Trident 5550 is an all-new, single-chassis applicator that quickly converts from liquid to dry and back to

liquid, making it a valuable piece of equipment across three seasons of use.” The Trident 5550 combination applicator gives producers and commercial applicators the flexibility in a single piece of equipment to meet the demands of fertilizer and crop protection applications. A quick-change tool that works fast A combination applicator that takes several employees the better part of the day to convert isn’t a true combination applicator, Burns said. Fast changeover times for the Trident 5550 combination applicator starts with

the new Case IH Aerial Lift Device. “We’ve switched the Trident 5550 from liquid to dry in as little as 42 minutes with three people — and that was outside using a telescoping telehandler,” Burns said. Precise, accurate liquid applications The Trident 5550 Liquid System offers the latest Case IH application technology, including AIM Command FLEX advanced spray technology. AIM Command FLEX delivers: • Precise product flow and spray pressure • Efficient, effective applications by eliminating over application and under application • Turn compensation for accurate, precise application across the boom, even around corners or on contours

Value Parts is your number one choice in North America for quality new, used and rebuilt industrial equipment parts. We specialize in John Deere and Hitachi, but also have access to parts inventories for Caterpillar, Timberjack, Bomag, Ditch Witch and many more makes.

CURRENTLY WRECKING

DISMANTLED JOHN DEERE 450LC 350D LC 330C LC 330LC 240D LC 270D LC 270LC 230LC 200C LC 200LC

2054 892E 690E 744J 744H 724J 644G 544H 544G TC44H

TC54H 344J 848G 748G-III 748G-II 748G 648G 310SG 310SE 310D 772CH

770CH 772BH 770BH 750C-II HITACHI EX200LC-5 EX270LC-5 EX330LC-5 ZX450LC-3

Deere 624H Wheel Loader s/n DW624HX565825+. Cab, Axles, Rims, Cylinders, Loader Frame, Bucket Linkage and Engine are all in good condition.

For more information call toll free

1-877-685-4886

E-mail: usedparts@brandt.ca Inventory: brandt.ca eBay Store: valueparts.ca

RAMSEY COMPANY INC. Office: (360) 748-8918 | Jim Ramsey (360) 269-3437 | Jack Ramsey (360) 269-0902

October 2017 The Trident 5550 liquid/dry combination applicator is the first applicator featuring factory-available duals in row crop tire sizes.

Precise dry applications The Trident 5550 combination applicator features the optional New Leader NL4500T G4 Edge variable rate dry nutrient applicator and a new level of precision dry-product application. “The NL4500T G4 Edge uses patented precision spinner technology,” Burns said. “It spreads dry product faster, wider and more consistently.” And it does so with outstanding flexibility. The MultApplier option increases productivity by allowing application of two dry products simultaneously or independently at straight or variable rates in one pass. “Micronutrients continue to gain popularity,” Burns said. “The MultiBin option increases application options to four products in a single pass. That means fewer trips across the field for reduced soil compaction, labor and fuel consumption.” Unique, new technology smooths the ride “Since the new chassis on the Trident 5550 can carry liquid or dry application systems, it requires a suspension package capable of carrying high-capacity loads and applying those loads over a wide range of speeds,” Burns explained. The solution: an exclusive new load-compensating suspension. The system features a pneumatic cylinder at each

suspension joint to help maintain ride quality and load leveling. An enginepowered air compressor supplies the air to cylinder, which automatically adjusts according to operating mode and load weight. Enhanced applicator features Features and capabilities of the Trident 5550 liquid/dry combination applicator include: • High-capacity productivity. The Trident 5550 combination applicator provides the capacity necessary for long run times between fills. The Trident 5550 Liquid System features a 1,400-gallon tank, and the NL4500T G4 Edge offers a bin up to 330 cubic feet. • Easy axle adjustment. Right from the seat in the cab, the Trident 5550 combination applicator lets operators quickly and easily adjust axle settings in ½-inch increments — no manual stops required. • Surveyor cab. Luxury or deluxe Case IH Surveyor cab options include features and options designed to keep an operator fresh and productive. • Automatic and in-cab adjustments. Automatic and in-cab adjustments, such as load-compensated suspension, independent axle adjustments and an optional autoContinued on page 25

THE FINEST BUCKETS, SYSTEMS, TRAINING AND DESIGN!

Reach out over 1,500' | Dig to 120' or more! Turnkey systems from 4 - 15 cubic yards! Sand, Gravel, Mud & Slurry - We can dig it!

VISIT US ONLINE: WWW.RAMSEYCOINC.COM


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

whether in the field or in concern these days,” Burns said. “A larger footprint on transit. mated rinse feature help precision the ground can help make reduce operator fatigue • Integrated farming technology. The wet fields more accessible and increase productivTrident 5550 combina- and reduce soil compacity. tion applicator brings tion.” • Efficient power. With The Trident 5550 comtogether all that Case 390 engine horsepower, IH Advanced Farming bination applicator is the the Trident 5550 comSystems (AFS) offers, first applicator featuring bination applicator is including the latest, factory-available duals in the highest-horsepower most advanced precision row crop tire sizes. A vahigh-clearance combinatechnology, such as Ac- riety of tire options help tion applicator available. cuBoom automatic boom support operating over • Hydrostatic drive for section control, Auto- three seasons in a varicomplete control. The inBoom automatic boom ety of ground conditions, cab speed control knob height control and Accu- crop types and sprayer or lets the operator infispreader configurations. b Guide autoguidance. nitely adjust speed and helps maintain appro- Factory-available duals “Compaction is a big Source: Case IH priate load:speed ratios

Page 25

Continued from page 24

ATTACHMENT & GUARDING SPECIALISTS

FABRICATING LTD.

ADJUSTABLE UV BLADES

RIPPER SHANKS

HYDRAULIC W.L. COUPLERS

SNOW BUCKETS & PLOWS

ASK YOUR DEALER FOR

ATTACHMENTS

GUARDING | BUCKETS | CLAMPS | BLADES | RAKES | THUMBS

PHONE: 604-591-6184 WWW.ACCURATEFABRICATING.COM

COAST PACIFIC DISTRIBUTORS INC. TOLL FREE 1-800-667-9717

“4000-Z” Series

SPECIFIC OPERATING PRESSURES

Plunger Diameter (IN.)

Cross Sectional Area (SQ. IN.)

1,500 PSI (LBS.)

1,800 PSI (LBS.)

2,000 PSI (LBS.)

2,500 PSI (LBS.)

2

3.14

4,710

5,672

6,280

7,850

3

7.06

10,590

12,708

14,120

17,650

4

12.56

18,840

22,608

25,120

31,400

5

19.63

29,445

35,334

39,260

49,075

6

28.27

42,405

50,886

56,540

70,675

7

38.48

57,720

69,264

76,960

consult factory

8

50.26

75,390

90,468

100,520

consult factory

8 1/4

53.50

80,250

96,300

107,000

consult factory

9 1/8

65.40

98,100

117,720

130,800

consult factory

9 3/4

74.50

111,750

134,100

149,000

consult factory

MODEL NUMBER I.D. Number of Moving Stages

Stroke in Inches

Design Sequence Number

Cylinder Type

For the best results, use a Custom Hoists single-acting telescopic cylinder to meet today’s rigid application requirements. Our quality features include: Self-Bleeding Design no air to bleed, which reduces labour/maintenance charges. Less Oil required to fill the cylinder. Less Oil = Less Weight or more payload. Threaded headnuts for added strength. Longer Bearing Length (overlap) for stability. Beveled stop rings and retaining rings for plunger centering. Stock Models inventoried at five warehouse locations throughout the U.S. to meet your immediate requirements. Custom Products shipped on schedule, when you want it. Plus lifting capacity unsurpassed by other major brands in the industry and a Two-Year Warranty.

85-4511-250 85-4511-250 85-4511-250 85-4511-250 85-4511-250

SEVEN BASIC SPECS:

Capital Truck Body & Equipment - Edmonton 780-485-0541

The First Choice of O.E.M.s is also the Best Replacement Cylinder

INDIVIDUAL PLUNGER LIFTING CAPABILITIES

Largest Moving Stage

Cylinder Exchange Edmonton 780-452-5030

Application • Closed Length • Length of Stroke • Mounting Options • Maximum Load • System Working Pressure • System Flow G.P.M.

T E L E S C O P I C

SINGLE acting C Y L I N D E R

Dual Lip Wipers to Prevent Contamination Entry Polyurethane/Nitril Z-Seal & Chevron Packing to Seal High] & Low Pressure Two Non-Metallic Bearings Per Plunger for Stability Set Screws with Nylon Slugs for Locking Headnuts Heavy-Duty Beveled Retainer Ring Threaded Headnuts for Added Strength

Beveled Stop Rings of High-Strength Steel Heavy-Duty Plunger Heads for Rigidity Non-Metallic Rectangular Guide Rings High Strength DOM Steel Tubing Throughout the Cylinder Port Size and Location to Meet Individual Requirements


Page 26

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

October 2017

Liebherr USA Opens California Location

THE

EVOLUTION

BEGINS.

Liebherr USA, Co. continues its expansion in the U.S., with the opening of its newest location in Lodi, CA, to better service customers in the western region. The Lodi facility operations will include sales, service and repair of new and used mobile, duty cycle and lift version crawler cranes, as well as piling and drilling rigs. The new sales and service facility will serve as a hub to provide technical assistance, field service, yard storage for consignment cranes, stock and replenish parts, perform equipment repairs, stock inventory for sale and deploy rental fleets. The new facility includes service bays, a warehouse and office building. Liebherr USA, Co., will have two divisions operating out of the Lodi facility, Mobile and Crawler Cranes and the Crawler Cranes and Foundation Equipment division. This cooperation will derive further advantages to Liebherr crane customers in the western region of the United States, enhancing the level of customer service and product support, and offering a greater selection of cranes. The facility in Lodi is located in California’s Central Valley, about 84 miles west of San Francisco and about 36 miles south of Sacramento. In terms of logistics, this allows Liebherr to respond to customer inquiries quicker and accelerate the distribution of parts and services in this region. “A lot of effort and dedication went into preparing this location for success. The Lodi branch will tremendously improve our abilities to service and support our local customers in their respective time zone,” says Tobias Haemmerle, Divisional Director of Liebherr USA, Co. Crawler Cranes and Foundation Equipment Division. The opening of the Lodi, CA location and the joint venture with the Mobile and Crawler Cranes and the Crawler Cranes and Foundation Equipment Division allows Liebherr USA, Co. to support the company’s overall goal to strengthen customer sup-

well as attachments, such as rotary drives, hammers and vibrators. The Mobile and Crawler Cranes division will offer a wide range of mobile cranes with telescoping or lattice booms on wheeled or crawlertracked undercarriages. These cranes are powerful, manoeuvrable and feature modern technology that satisfies combined road and off-road operating requirements on construction sites. They range from 40 to 3,000 US ton. b

port and equipment distribution across the United States. The new location had a small opening ceremony on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. Liebherr USA, Co. Crawler Cranes and Foundation Equipment division in Lodi will offer a product range of crawler cranes, duty-cycle crawler cranes, piling and drilling rigs as Source: Liebherr

339 Sumas Way, Abbotsford

$65,000 2008 NEW HOLLAND D95 6 Way Blade, Winch, Cab, Enclosed ROPS, 4,249 Hrs., This unit is in excellent running condition.

$34,900 1990 KOMATSU PC120 2 buckets, Quick Change, Hydraulic Thumb, 70% U/C left, Good running excavator, Ready to work! $55,900

2007 MOROOKA MST800VD Very good running unit, New tracks installed, 2 speed, 1,435 Hrs. Ready to work! $32,900

2009 JOHN DEERE CT332 New tracks, 4 New idlers, Sprockets in great shape, U/C 95% left, GP smooth bucket w/ bolt on cutting edge.

Call Henry: (604) 850-4654 | 604-850-3601 ext. 226

www.handlersequipment.com


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Spirit Of British Columbia To Undergo Mid-Life Upgrade Vessel will also be converted to operate on liquefied natural gas. The Spirit of British Columbia was removed from service September 6th it was in transit to BC Ferries’ Fleet Maintenance Unit in Richmond where it prepared for departure to Remontowa Ship Repair Yard S.A. of Gdansk, Poland under its own power on Sept. 12 for completion of a mid-life upgrade. While the vessel was at the Fleet Maintenance Unit, several preparations occured including the installation of a wave break on the main car deck forward section, marine pilot access arrangements and voyage logistical provisions. Other tasks included safety inspections and de-storing of vessel equipment that will not be required during the transit or at the shipyard site. The transit of the vessel should take approximately 42 days, depending on weather. For those who want to join the voyage “virtually”, customers can track the ship’s progress including course, position and speed at vesselfinder.com.

Browse Thousands of Equipment & Truck Listings at

.com

In 2016, BC Ferries awarded a contract to Remontowa Ship Repair Yard S.A. of Gdansk, Poland to conduct the Spirit Class mid-life upgrades, which include the conversion of both vessels to dual-fuel so they can operate on liquefied natural gas or ultra-low sulphur marine diesel. BC Ferries conducted an extensive competitive bidding process to ensure the company secured the best value bid. One shipyard from B.C. participated in the RFP process; however, they opted to withdraw from the process before the award decision. Remontowa Ship Repair Yard is the largest ship repair yard in Poland and ranks amongst the largest in Europe. “Last fiscal year, we spent approximately $100.2 million on diesel fuel of which the two Spirit Class vessels consumed approximately 15.5 per cent,” said Mark Wilson, BC Ferries’ Vice President of Engineering. “Liquefied natural gas costs significantly less than marine diesel. The conversion of the two largest ships in the fleet along with the three new dual-fuel Salish Class vessels that all entered service this year will go a long way to help both our environmental footprint and with fare affordability for our customers.” BC Ferries expects to reduce CO2 emissions by 12,000 tonnes annually, which is the equivalent of taking approximately 2,500 vehicles off the road per year, by using natural gas Source: BC Ferries

780-962-8586 ATTACHMENTS BLADES angle, straight, & U for all sizes RIPPERS single or multishank for all sizes WINCHES rebuilt, complete for all sizes

to fuel the Spirit Class vessels. In addition to the liquefied natural gas conversion, the vessel’s passenger areas will be upgraded with new carpeting, refurbished washrooms, expanded gift shop and an additional washroom on Deck 5 as well as a new coffee bar on Deck 6. Upgrades to the passenger elevators include renewal of mechanical and electrical drive components, emergency communication system and electrical and control systems. Other planned upgrades include the renewal of navigation equipment, propulsion equipment components including rudders, steering system, bow thrusters, propeller blades, LED lighting and more efficient air conditioning equipment to reduce energy consumption. The Spirit of British Columbia is the first ship through the mid-life upgrade and conversion process, with the upgrade being completed from fall of 2017 through the spring of 2018. The Spirit of Vancouver Island will follow the next year from the fall of 2018 through the spring of 2019. This schedule will allow for these two vessels, the largest in the fleet, to be back in operation during the summer months when traffic is at its highest. The Spirit of British Columbia was built in 1993 and the Spirit of Vancouver Island was built in 1994. BC Ferries plans to operate these two vessels for another 25 years. Both ships service the Metro Vancouver – Victoria (Tsawwassen – Swartz Bay) run, which is the busiest route in the fleet. b

Page 27

INVENTORY:

(2) 2-1/4” x 360’ (6) 2-1/ 2” x 156’ (6) 2-1/2” x 315’ (4) 3-1/ 4” x 60’

(Includes Cable E nds)

(1) 16V149TIB DDEC (4) 16V149TIB (2) 12V149TIB (1) 8V149TIB (1) 16V71N (2) 6V53

NEW, USED & REBUILT PARTS & COMPONENTS

KOMATSU 100 units dismantled

EQUIPMENT 1995 KOMATSU D37E-5 Dozer

CATERPILLAR 15 units dismantled

2004 KOMATSU D37PX-21 Dozer

CARCO - PACCAR 75 winches dismantled

1988 KOMATSU D85E-21 Dozer

ALLIED - HYSTER 75 winches dismantled

2003 SUPERPAC Padfoot Packer

Rebuilt Camshafts Lot of Heads / Engine Parts

Kom atsu 930E Kom atsu WA1200 Kom atsu 830E

EMAIL: CRAWLERSALES@TELUS.NET FAX: 780-962-9465 Edmonton, AB

PARTS

Rebuilt Std/Std Bloc k Rebuilt 25/25 Crankshaft

NEW

37/yard3 COAL BUCKET

 Presently configured to L1100 Letourneau  Excellent bucket to convert to other applications


Page 28

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

Volvo Used Equipment

2009 Volvo L35B, 2761 Hrs ................... $77,000

Volvo L250G, 2180 Hrs......................... $430,000

2007 Volvo G940, 8155 Hrs ..................$99,000

2008 Volov G946, 9176Hrs.................$145,000

2013 Volvo G946B, 2556 Hrs............$200,000

2006 Volvo G960, 9482 Hrs ...............$109,000

Stock#

98514

Year

Make

Model

Hours

Price

2007

Hyundai

180LC

5152

$78,000

2009

Volvo

G946

6937

$120,000

98514

2007

98553

2016

2008

Volvo

G946

8591

$130,000

98286 98290

2008 2006

Volvo Volvo

G946 G960

8591 9482

$130,000 $109,000

98290 98322

2006 2008

Volvo Volvo

G960 G946

9482 9176

$109,000 $145,000

98327 98322

2006 2008

Volvo Volvo

G960 G946

11755 9176

$105,000 $145,000

98366 98327

2008 2006

Volvo Volvo

G970 G960

8596 11755

$122,000 $105,000

98374

2007

Volvo

G940

8155

$99,000

2013

Volvo

G946B

2556

$200,000

98259 98286

Hyundai CAT

259D

250

$70,000

98374

2007

2011

Volvo

G946

6555

$112,000

98424 98434

2013 2009

Volvo Volvo

G946B G946

2556 8572

$200,000 $134,000

98428 98390

2011 2007

Volvo Deere

G946 772D

6555 7661

$112,000 $120,000

76487 98434

2009 2009

Volvo Volvo

L35B G946

2761 8572

$77,000 $134,000

77471 98390

2012 2007

Volvo Deere

L250G 772D

2180 661

$430,000 $120,000

98552

2005

Bobcat

S185

4167

$25,000 S O LD

98553

2016

CAT

259D

250

$75,000

76487

77471

2009

2012

Volvo

Volvo

Volvo

G940

L35B

L250G

8596

$78,000

2008

98428

970

5152

98366

98424

Volvo

180LC

8155

2761 2180

$122,000 $99,000

$77,000

$430,000

Westcon Equipment & Rentals Ltd. Winnipeg, MB R2X 2R9 l 204.633.5800 www.westconequip.ca

173-1924 Westcon_UsedEquip_HPg_6PrdPhts_7.indd 1

8/4/17 10:06 AM

October 2017

Successful PPAs For Solar-Diesel Hybrid Microgrids In Mining THEnergy sees efficient power purchase agreements (PPAs) as the key success factor in the current booming market of reducing diesel consumption by renewables. For traditional grid-connected applications, PPAs have been stream-lined over the years and are common practice now. In the last number of years, solar-diesel hybrid plants that aim to reduce the diesel consumption of remote commercial and industrial off-takers have become extremely popular. Mining is a pioneer in large-scale microgrids, but there is also an increasing number of renewable energy-based plants in other industries such as cement, food and beverages, textiles and salt. The technology has become mature; falling battery prices make the business case even more attractive. In the meantime, the first large-scale PPAs have been applied in this segment. However, the standard templates for gridconnected PPAs cannot be used as the framework is far more complicated. One of the main challenges arises from the synchronization of generation and consumption. In the end, the off-takers often do not think in terms of buying a certain amount of electricity. Electricity is only a means for the purpose of reducing diesel consumption. This topic is normally also linked to measurement issues. As the solar-diesel hybrid is a rather new field, many potential off-takers are not experienced and fear production losses which also need to be covered in PPAs. Other challenges stem from the fact that in many remote locations no alternative off-takers exist in case that the contract partner does not pay. Contracts cannot eliminate this risk completely, but mitigate it as far as possible. The worstcase scenario involves the off-taker having to file for insolvency. In the end, the renewable energy provider needs to conduct due diligence activities on the offtaker, both at the group level as well as on the specific operations that will be

According to Dr. Thomas Hillig, Managing Director of THEnergy: “As a consultancy specializing in microgrids, we have been pushed by our clients to specifically cover the PPA topic. We have conceived workshops for optimizing PPA negotiations and also accompany our clients individually in the process. Our offer is aimed at both sides, renewable energy developers as well as commercial and industrial offtakers.” b

powered by renewables. For the operation of hybrid plants, clear responsibilities between the parties have to be defined. Finally, many solar-diesel hybrid applications are built in countries with certain legislative risks that must be considered in the PPA. It is obvious that PPAs for solar-diesel hybrid plants Source: THEnergy are highly complex.

MACHINERY SALES & RENTALS • KELOWNA, B.C. PHONE: 250-769-5454 • FAX: 250-769-5005 continentalequipment.ca

IN STOCK:

 Filters  Cutting Edges  Bucket Teeth  Equipment Attachments  OTR Loader & Rock Truck Tires

$179,900 1998 CAT D8R CRAWLER DOZER, C/W EROPS W/AIR, SEMI-U W/TILT OR ANGLE DOZER, MULTI SHANK RIPPER W/2 SHANKS, 70% U/C.

USED EQUIPMENT & MACHINERY 2007 Volvo 360BLC, c/w 8,400 hrs, Q/C, Thumb, 2 Bkts, Catwalks & FOPS ...........................................................................................$89,900 2007 Deere 450DLC, 12,800 hrs, Q/C, 2 Bkts ..............................$79,900 2000 Cat IT28G, c/w Q/C, GP Bkt, P & B Work, 20.5R25 Tires ......$54,900 1998 Cat 980G, 31,000 Hrs, 70% Tires ...................................... $69,900 2006 Hitachi ZX200LC-3, c/w 7,712 Hrs, Fully Guarded, 60" Clean-Up Bkt, Pro Link Thumb, New Rails & Sprockets, New Drop-In Motor & Rebuilt Pump 900 Hrs Ago .................................................... $98,900 2013 Hitachi ZX135USBL-3 ...................................................RENT ONLY 2007 Hitachi ZX270LC c/w Dig & C/U Bkt, A/C, Long Stick, Exc. U/C, Rebuilt Pump, 8,500 hrs, w/ thumb ....................................... $94,900 (2) 2006 Volvo A30D Trucks ..................................................FOR RENT 2002 Cat 980G Loader, 40% 29.5 x 25 Tires, GP Bucket w/BOE ....$89,900 2016 ZX50U-5 .........................................................................FOR RENT 2016 ZX35U-5 .........................................................................FOR RENT Loader Tires 17.5 x 25 - 29.5 x 25 ...................................................POR New Deere 120D Bottom Rotec Down Complete ........................$24,000 ALL EQUIPMENT FOR SALE IS AVAILABLE FOR RENT LOTS OF ATTACHMENTS…CALL FOR SELECTION

Call us at: 1-800-663-5454


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Trans Mountain Announces Contractors For Expansion Project Kinder Morgan Canada Limited (TSX:KML) is pleased to announce that Trans Mountain has selected or signed memorandums of understanding with six contractors with experience delivering pipeline and major infrastructure projects in British Columbia and Alberta, in anticipation of planned construction activities in September 2017. The pipeline construction and associated terminal expansions are expected to take approximately 28 months to complete, with the work distributed among several spreads, or sections, along the route between Edmonton, Alberta and Burnaby, BC. The contractors will directly hire the individuals and sub-contractors needed for each contract and scope of work. This will include union, non-union and Aboriginal workers and will be in accordance with Trans Mountain’s commitment to maximize employment opportuni-

ties for Aboriginal, local and regional communities. As part of its negotiated commitment with the BC Government, Trans Mountain has committed to a “British Columbians first” policy for hiring and contracting work within BC, giving the first opportunity to qualified and competitive BC companies. “Getting the construction contractors on board represents a significant milestone for Trans Mountain and demonstrates our commitment to delivering the Project in a timely, cost-effective manner,” says Ian Anderson, President of Kinder Morgan Canada Limited. “We’re pleased with the caliber and experience of the contractors. Each contractor was chosen for its expertise in delivering quality work and the individual needs and complexities of each portion of the Project.” The following is a list of contractors that have

been selected or signed MOUs, in anticipation of executing final definitive agreements with each contractor: Spreads 1 & 2: Edmonton/Yellowhead • Contractor: Midwest Pipelines Inc. Spreads 3 & 4: North Thompson • Contractor: Ledcor Sicim Limited Partnership Spread 5A: BC Interior • Contractor: Surerus Murphy Joint Venture Spread 5B: Coquihalla – Hope • Contractor: Macro Spiecapag Joint Venture Spread 6: Fraser Valley • Contractor: SomervilleAecon Energy Group Lower Mainland: • Contractor: Kiewit Ledcor TMEP Partnership • Lower Mainland scope includes Spread 7, Burnaby Mountain tunnel and three terminals: Westridge Marine Terminal, Burnaby Terminal and Sumas Terminal. “We value and take great pride in the relationships we’ve built with communities as we’ve developed the Project and through our almost 65 years of operations,” added Anderson. “Trans

This crew has all it takes.

Mountain will work collaboratively with these companies to partner on public engagement activities, address concerns and incorporate feedback throughout the construction process.” Over the course of developing the Project, Trans Mountain has engaged with landowners, neighbours, Aboriginal

Page 29

communities and other stakeholders. Their input and feedback has been considered and incorporated widely into the Project and engagement will continue through the construction and postconstruction phases. The $7.4 billion expansion project will result in direct and lasting economic benefits to Canada and

communities along the pipeline corridor. Overall, the Conference Board of Canada estimates the Project will generate $46.7 billion in government revenues and 802,000 person years of employment, the equivalent of 37,000 jobs each year, over more than 20 years. b Source: TransMountain

Rollins MACHINERY LIMITED www.rollinsmachinery.ca E-mail: don@rollinsmachinery.ca

Langley: (604) 533-0048

VAC-CON Combination & Excavator Trucks

Your BC Dealer for Vac-Con Combination and Excavator Trucks New Demo truck is in stock and we invite all Contractors and Cities to arrange a Demo.

OTHER PRODUCTS AVAILABLE CONTACT US TODAY! environmental group

Service Centres: Langley • Chilliwack • Parksville • Vernon

1-800-665-9060 Toll Free: 1-800-665-9060

Built to last as long, work as hard and do as much as you do, Wacker Neuson’s compact equipment line-up includes excavators designed to dig deeper and to keep the material in the bucket until you are ready to unload it. Our telehandlers can do more than lift; they have ground-engaging capabilities that extend your productivity. Wheel loaders and new skid steers have the power, performance and operator comfort to tackle any job. And to take versatility to another level, our dumpers can go where other material haulers can’t. Simply stated, Wacker Neuson has all it takes to make your jobs easier and more efficient. Contact your Wacker Neuson dealer today, to find out how our crew can help you make the most of yours. Contact your Wacker Neuson dealer today. ALBERTA Brown’s Industrial Sales Edmonton, AB Lloydminster, AB Cold Lake, AB 866-980-0267 www.brownsequipmentsales.com

BRITISH COLUMBIA CC Equipment Sales Ltd. Surrey, BC 844-468-0225 www.ccequipmentsales.com

MANITOBA AR Equipment Sales La Salle (Winnipeg), MB 204-261-1800 www.wackerneusonmb.ca

Local Rental Solutions Ltd. Prince George, BC Mountainside Sales & Rentals Ltd. 250-612-0010 Edson, AB. www.localrentalsolutions.com 866-723-5536 SASKATCHEWAN www.mssredson.com Superior Forklift High River Rentals Saskatoon, SK High River, AB. Regina, SK 888-652-4445 855-721-5438 www.hrrrentals.com www.superiorforkliftltd.ca

www.wackerneuson.com

Supply postcrew2017.indd 1

6/23/17 10:03 AM


Page 30

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

5425 Production Blvd., Surrey, BC, V3S 8P6

PSC Crane & Rigging Skids Boring Machine At Cleveland Tunnel Project

Phone 604.530.5758 Fax 604.530.3554

Toll Free 1.888.530.5444 Focused on Parts for John Deere & Hitachi Late Model Excavators

· Components · Cylinders · Cabs

· Engines · Undercarriage · Booms

· Sticks · Linkage

Now Wrecking: John Deere 350D www.langleyexcavator.com parts@langleyexcavator.com

PSC Crane & Rigging, headquartered in Piqua, Ohio, supplied a HydraSlide HT500 heavy track hydraulic skidding system and four newly acquired JS250 jacking load shoes to setup and assemble a 27-ft. diameter boring machine at the Dugway Storage Tunnel in Cleveland, Ohio. The equipment was integral to delivery of a heavy lift and transport contract for a crucial phase of the $150+ million project, part of a broader plan for the collection, storage and treatment of waste and rain waters, with the objective of reducing the level of environmental pollution in Lake Erie, one of the five Great Lakes in North America. The project is overseen by a joint venture formed by Lane Construction Corporation’s subsidiary, S.A. Healy, and Lane’s parent, Salini Impregilo. PSC accepted a scope of work to load the over dimensional, overweight tunnel boring machine compo-

nents, transport them to an installation shaft, lower six of 12 pieces (the largest weighing nearly 500 tons), and assist with assembly 200 ft. beneath the surface. The other six, smaller parts were lowered by crawler crane with the piecemeal descent taking place in sequence. PSC was then presented with a challenge to slide the reassembled boring machine approx. 300 ft. PSC loaded the components onto 20 lines of self-propelled modular transporter (SPMT) before moving them half a mile to the shaft. There, a 700-ton capacity hydraulic gantry served as a lift tower in conjunction with an 800 metric ton capacity Enerpac strand jack atop 80ft. girder beams spanning the 50-ft. diameter, 200-ft. deep shaft. Randy Sever, executive vice president at PSC, said: “The main shield or protective structure of the boring machine was the heaviest and lowered onto

October 2017 the HT500 first. Then we lowered the cutter head that was mounted onto the main shield. The other 10 parts of varying sizes and weight we lowered sequentially by the strand jack and crawler crane.” Once on the shaft floor below, the HT500, which can be used to move almost all types of heavy loads, combined with Hydra-Slide’s 250-ton capacity JS250 “Up ’N Go” load shoes that are engineered as an add-on to the standard HT500 track. The shoes can be connected hydraulically with any number of other units, increasing the system capacity to multiples of 1,000 ton while maintaining equal load support and weight distribution between all points. The skidding system and load shoes were operated with a Hydra-Pac synchronous diesel pump, also supplied by HydraSlide. Sever said: “The advantages of using the “Up ’N Go” skid shoes were twofold. First, we were able to increase the capacity of the HT500 to 1,000 Tons [the total assembled weight of the boring machine was 671 tons] and, second,

they offered us finite final placement and alignment capabilities. The HT500 and “Up ’N Go” load shoes added efficiency in setup, skidding, lifting and lowering operations.” The S.A. Healy-Salini Impregilo signed a contract to build the Dugway Storage Tunnel, which is 4.5km-long, with a diameter of 8m. To that end, the boring machine is already in full operation with tunneling well underway. The project is scheduled for completion in Q1 or Q2 2018. b Source: Hydraslide

Browse Thousands of Equipment & Truck Listings at .com

Our Readers are Your Buyers | Family Owned Since 1971

SUPPLY POST E-NEWSLETTER

E-NEWSLETTER QUICK FACTS

THE LATEST NEWS

• 7,000+ subscribers from across Canada

We feature the latest news from logging, trucking and

• 24 scheduled newsletters per year

roadbuilding along with new product releases and much

• 4 featured listing spaces available each issue

more!

• 2 banner spaces available

Have an announcement or job story? Send it to editorial@supplypost.com

FEATURED LISTINGS Show off your best trucks or equipment to qualified

BANNER ADS

buyers across Canada. Space is combined with

Brand your business with quality banner space. 7000+

print front covers, supplypost.com and our social

subscribers.

media platforms. Exposure to over 50,000 industry

Sizes: 728 x 90 pixels, 160 x 600 pixels.

professionals. Call today!

Space available now. Pre-book space throughout the year.

This banner space available 160 X 600 call now!

Call today! This banner space available 728 X 90 call now!

BANNER SPACE AVAILABLE NOW! CALL 1-800-663-4802 1-800-663-4802 | www.supplypost.com

G et S ocuias!l w it h


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition ¡ Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Transform Your Excavator

...into an Efficient, Multi-Functional Tool Carrier.

rototilt.ca

Rototilt enables your excavator to perform almost every function required on the job site quicker, with reduced manpower and less equipment. Work in tight areas with less machine movements. Rototilt transforms your excavator. See Rototilt at work, and listen to what our customers say @ rototilt.ca or go to youtube.com/RototiltNorthAmerica

Making it possible since 1986

Page 31


Page 32

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

October 2017

FEATURED USED INVENTORY $239,000

$129,900

$99,500

$179,800

37E4075 - Campbell River

7E732 - Nanaimo

8T2017 - Cranbrook

1E892 - Prince George

2013 Caterpillar 324DFM

2015 Case 590SN 4

2011 Kenworth T800

2014 Case 821F

8,719 hrs

547 hrs

450,000 km

6,757 hrs

$12,000

$299,500

$159,000

$54,900

15E3123 - Langley

37E4049 - Campbell River

13E454 - Fort St. John

15E3178 - Langley

2012 Accurate EX300

2005 Caterpillar 330CFMHW

2013 Caterpillar 545C

2012 John Deere 310SK

72” RB CU

8,943 hrs

6,125 hrs

5,793 hrs

$124,800

$165,000

$399,000

$219,900

14T3759 - Langley

15E3172 - Langley

13E448 - Fort St. John

1E903 - Prince George

2007 Mack CL700

2013 Case 821F

2014 Tigercat 480

2014 Tigercat 630E

594,783 miles

6,618 hrs

1,322 hrs

5,254 hrs

NOW HIRING EQUIPMENT SALES MANAGER - LANGLEY, BC COMPACT EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT SALES SALES CONSULTANT CONSULTANT -- LANGLEY, LANGLEY, BC BC COMPACT FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY, HEAD TO INLAND-GROUP.COM/EN-CA/ABOUT/CAREERS Burnaby 604-291-6431

Campbell River 250-287-8878

Nanaimo 250-758-5288

Chilliwack (Parts) 604-604-8503

Penticton 250-492-3939

Cranbrook 250-426-6205

Prince George 250-562-8171

Dawson Creek (Parts) 250-784-0934

Quesnel 250-992-7256

Fort St. John 250-785-6105

Terrace 250-635-2292

INLAND-GROUP.COM

Kamloops 250-374-4406

Vernon 250-545-4424

Kelowna 250-769-2933

Whitehorse 867-668-2127

Williams Lake 250-392-7101

Langley 604-607-0300


CANADA’S #1 HEAVY EQUIPMENT & TRUCK NEWSPAPER

SECTION 2

WWW.SUPPLYPOST.COM OCTOBER 2017 · PAGE 33

Call Toll Free in Western Canada:

1-888-852-9021

Waste Problem?

P O N

Wood Problem?

! M E L B O R IN STOCK NOW!

OPERATING COSTS UNDER $20/HR IN GREEN WASTE (excluding fuel costs)

KOMPTECH CRAMBO 5000

Low speed, high torque, twin shaft shredder with screening basket to produce sized product. Washing Systems

Matec Dealer for BC, AB & SK

MACHINES NOW IN STOCK IN NORTHERN B.C. AND VANCOUVER ISLAND

• NEW & USED • SALES • RENTALS • PARTS & SERVICE

WWW.FOREMANEQUIPMENT.COM


Page 34

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

October 2017

SCREENS

bill@skreenquip.com • mike@skreenquip.com • www.skreenquip.com CALL BILL FOR SALES 604-671-1066

Like Skreenquip Sales & Rentals on Facebook!

CALL MIKE FOR SERVICE 604-396-1120

NEW FINLAY C1545P CONE CRUSHER • Scania DC13 450hp Tier 4 Final Engine • Terex 1150 45" Cone Chamber • Direct Drive Via Clutch • Integrated 7x5 Scalping Pre-Screen to Remove Fines • Metal Detector

NEW FINLAY J1170 JAW CRUSHER • Scania DC09 Tier 4 Final 350hp Engine • 43"x27" Jaw Opening • Fully Reversible Chamber for Clearing Blockages • Hydrostatic Drive

NEW FINLAY 693+ SCREENER • Tier 4 Final Caterpillar C4.4 110hp Engine • 20x5 Top and Bottom Decks • Excellent High Production Machine

MORE NEW & USED EQUIPMENT IN-STOCK, COME CHECK IT OUT!

Piano Wire Screens For All Makes Available


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Create A High-Efficiency Seedbed With Tillage Tools From Case IH New advancements for field cultivator and vertical tillage tools deliver new options to match tillage practices to field conditions for 2018. Regardless of the tillage practice, creating a high-efficiency seedbed is critical for planting success. New advancements to the Case IH lineup of tillage tools help producers create an optimal seedbed — from the flat subsurface floor to the smooth surface finish. “The seedbed sets the foundation for the next growing season,” said Chris Lursen, Case IH tillage marketing manager. “Creating an ideal environment for seed to be placed will not only help increase yield potential but also increase planting efficiency because the planter will not have to compensate for an uneven seedbed.” Built on Agronomic Design principles, enhancements to the Tiger-Mate

255 field cultivator and clods, such as in forest True-Tandem 335 VT prosoils. The patented hyvide new options for prodraulic down pressure ducers to customize tillage system offers fast, easy tools to their individual and independent adjustfield conditions to create ment of each section. that perfect seedbed. • The 3-bar Extreme TigerAdvanced conditioning Tine ACS harrow with options for field cultivaspring down pressure tors TigerPaw Crumbler feaThe Tiger-Mate 255 field tures twice as many tines cultivator is the last tillage as Case IH two-bar verpass before planting. While sions, allowing more levthe beefed up, swept-back eling than ever before. shank design creates a The tines themselves smooth subsurface floor, have been redesigned the Advanced Conditionfor maximum flexibility, ing System (ACS) reduces allowing residue to filter clod sizes, evenly distribthrough the tines. Plus, utes residue and levels the four tine angle positions soil for an even finish. New allow producers to easily options allow producers to adjust soil smoothness. match their harrow specifiFollowing the tines, a cally to their soil types, inlarge 14-inch Crumbler cluding: pulverizes the soil. • The 3-bar spike-tooth • The 3-bar Extreme Tigerharrow with hydraulic Tine ACS harrow with down pressure TigerPaw hydraulic down pressure Crumbler features three TigerPaw Crumbler has rows of spikes followed the same great finishing by a rolling Crumbler features of the previous to hit even the toughest harrow, but with hy-

draulic down pressure to adjust the mainframe, inner wings and outer wings. The Crumbler can be placed in float or lifted on the go to avoid wet spots. “There are more than 16,000 types of soil in the U.S. These new harrow options make it easier to tackle even the heaviest soils,” Lursen said. For producers who desire additional conditioning systems, the new factoryavailable rear hitch makes it quick and easy to attach an additional implement. This mounted hitch also offers shorter transport length than other towed options. Plus, the TigerMate 255 is now available in a 32-foot single-fold lowtransport-height model for those areas sensitive to transport heights over 13 feet and 6 inches. Longer-edge-life blades for vertical tillage The True-Tandem 335 VT is a tillage tool that aligns with conservative tillage practices, while promoting a high-speed, highefficiency seedbed. Whether spring or fall, this tool is designed to slice through tough residue, moving soil up, over and out and strati-

Page 35

fying soil particles. In response to customer demand, Case IH has developed a new Earth Metal blade¹ option for the True-Tandem 335VT. The longer-edge-life, 20-inch VT Wave Blade is a 5-mm thick blade available in single-fold models. “Our industry-exclusive crimp center Earth Metal blades are engineered using a unique process and steel formula to prevent brittleness and elasticity, making blades stronger and more durable, which allows for the blade to penetrate hard, dry soils and

break through surface compaction with ease. Plus, the new longer-edge-life blade option ensures the blades perform for multiple seasons,” Lursen said. Case IH sets the standard for seedbed preparation. From fall preparation to spring preparation, producers have access to a full lineup of agronomic tillage tools to create a high-efficiency seedbed and maximize planting success. To learn more, visit caseih.com or your local Case IH dealer. b Source: Case IH

HEAVY DUTY STEEL WORKBENCHES Built To Last! ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

2' Storage Professional Grade Unit Roller Bearing Drawer Guides 1 ⁄8” Steel Top, 16 Gauge Drawers Custom Designs, Any Length, Any Colour Bolt Storage, Welding Tables, Roller Benches 10' Stationary Bench

Made in Canada

ORDER TODAY!

www.diamondindustries.ca ■ 1-866-351-2471

The Worldwide Leader in Concrete Paving Technology Xtreme Commander IIIx

GT-3400 Trimmer

GT-3200 Zero-Clearance Sidewalk Paver

info@gomaco.com ❘ www.gomaco.com CONCRETE STREETS AND HIGHWAYS ❘ AIRPORT RUNWAYS ❘ CURB AND GUTTER ❘ SIDEWALKS RECREATIONAL TRAILS ❘ SAFETY BARRIER ❘ BRIDGE PARAPET ❘ BRIDGE DECKS ❘ IRRIGATION CANALS GOMACO CORPORATION IN IDA GROVE, IOWA, USA ❘ 712-364-3347

Contact us for all your GOMACO sales, parts and service needs.

British Columbia

Hugh Porter – 604-657-7167 hugh@lonetrack.ca Langley – 604-856-7278 www.lonetrack.com

Curb Cadet

Alberta & Saskatchewan

William Thompson – 780-474-8082 Edmonton – 780-460-2220 willie@chieftainequipment.com Jeff Friesen – 587-873-2580 Calgary – 403-265-7460 jeff@chieftainequipment.com Geoff Wheeliker – 403-896-5607 www.chieftainequipment.com geoff@chieftainequipment.com

Your authorized GOMACO distributors for Western Canada.


Page 36

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

WE SELL WHAT WE KNOW & WE KNOW WHAT WE SELL©

SALES • RENTALS • PARTS

OFFICE: 780-463-7077 | CELL: 780-887-7123 email: grant@groundw.ca

SASKATOON • EDMONTON • PRINCE GEORGE

And now serving the BC/lower mainland through our partners at Pollard Equipment Chilliwack. Reach them at 604-793-2287 NEW!

NEW 2017 4043 IMPACTOR CAT-C9 DIESEL - MAGNET - 5 X 12 DOUBLE DECK - RADIAL RE-FEED CONVEYOR - GRADE 80 STEEL - MADE IN USA “RENTAL AVAILABLE”

MINYU 3042 JAW

DOPPSTADT 720 TROMMEL

MINYU 3042 JAW - RUN ON LEGS - ELECTRIC - SWITCH GEAR INC. - HYDRAULIC SHIM ADJUST - REAR BOOSTER

2011 TROMMEL - 1400 HRS - MERCEDES DIESEL - NEW 5/8" STEEL PUNCH PLATE DRUM - AUX. HYD.

October 2017

John Deere Purpose-Built Pipelayer-Ready Crawlers Purpose-built in Dubuque, Iowa, the John Deere-designed and manufactured 1050K pipelayerready (PL) crawlers are now available for pipeline customers looking to get a lift on the competition. The 1050K pipelayer is available in two configurations for 170,000 pounds (PL170) and 220,000 pounds (PL220) of maximum lift capacity. “Our pipeline customers asked for a purpose-built John Deere pipelayer,” said Nathan Horstman, crawler product marketing manager, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “This was the ideal opportunity to design and manufacture two pipelayer configurations based on our largest crawler platform.” The 350 horsepower 1050K PL models boast a dual-path hydrostatic transmission that delivers more precise movement and control along the trench. Additionally, electrohydraulic controls

to dipstick, sight gauges, fill tubes, batteries, master electrical shutoff, engine, transmission and all filters. Eco mode and auto-idle, which can provide significant fuel savings in many pipeline applications are standard on all John Deere crawlers. Eco mode automatically adjusts engine speed and transmission settings based on load, and has the potential to reduce fuel consumption up to 25 percent with no loss in productivity. Fleet managers looking to get the most out of their 1050K pipelayerready crawlers can rely on their John Deere dealers to provide Ultimate Uptime, featuring John Deere WorkSight. With Ultimate Uptime, owners receive predelivery and follow-up inspections that include five years of JDLink telematics, machine health prognostics, remote diagnostics, programming capabilities and the ability to add dealer-provided uptime solutions to create a customized package. Visit JohnDeere.com or contact your local dealer for a demo. b

enable exceptionally fine metering when placing the pipe. When they leave the factory, the pipelayer-ready crawlers are ready for the customer’s choice of an approved supplier boom. The machines’ feature a bolt-on/pin-up design that simplifies sideboom installation, improving reliability and reducing setup times. A purpose-built pipelayer cab integrates an electrohydraulic joystick for precise one-handed control of the load line, boom and counterweight. A large roof-mounted skylight provides operators with a clear view of the boom. To further simplify setup, the purpose-built cab is factory equipped for easy installation of the sideboom supplier’s load moment indicator (LMI). The cab tilts with the sideboom installed for increased uptime. The front grille is hinged to provide easy access to the coolers. Toolless access is provided Source: John Deere

T I LT R O TAT O R S WRT 6 X 16 DOUBLE DECK - TIPPING GRIZZLY 6” - REAR CROSS CONV. - INC. POWER CORDS

METSO C105 (36 X 80) JAW - 8,082 HRS VGF - CAT C9 DIESEL - MAGNET

36

2007 METSO JAW

ROT 0˚

±4

0

53” POWER VAN

TELSMITH SBS 44 (300 HP) CONE

TRI-AXLE POWER VAN - 300/150 SOFT STARTS + 26 MCC w/800 AMP - MTU 600 KW GENERATOR

2015 - TELSMITH 30 HP CONE - IN-OUT CHASSIS - TRAC 10 TOUCH SCREEN - CORDS INC. - 4,600 HRS

NEW!

&

ION AT

WRT SCREENER - FEEDER

˚ T I LT

6 MODELS AVAILABLE FOR ALL EXCAVATORS & BACKHOE LOADERS FROM 1.7 - 32 TONS WEIGHT CLASS. TILT ROTATORS COME WITH VARIABLE LOCK COUPLER

NEW!

32 X 50 HYDRAULIC CONVEYOR NEW 2017 - 50” HYDRAULIC CONVEYOR - RADIAL WHEELS - REMOTE GREASING HYDRAULIC RAISE/LOWER - $19,900

514 TRIPLE DECK NEW 2017 - 514 TRIPLE DECK - TRACK MTD YANMAR DIESEL - 4 FOLD OUT CONVEYORS REMOTE TIPPING GRIZZLY & TRACK OPERATION

FINANCING AVAILABLE O.A.C

WWW.GROUNDWORX.CA

MAGNUM ATTACHMENTS WILL GIVE THE WORKING END OF YOUR MACHINERY SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE AND DURABILITY.

71 STEINWAY BLVD, TORONTO, ON M9W 6H6

416.679.8752 | 1.877.640.2862 | FAX 416.679.8753


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Bright Future For Canada’s Mineral And Mining Industry As Canada’s Energy and Mines Ministers convene for their 74th annual conference, a national coalition of mining associations is recommending several government actions to help unlock billions of economic activity across the country, address climate change, bolster reconciliation efforts with Indigenous peoples, and secure Canada as the world’s top supplier of sustainably-sourced minerals and metals in an increasingly lower carbon global economy. A brief submitted by the Canadian Mineral Industry Federation (CMIF) details six policy areas where provincial collaboration and action by governments can enhance Canada’s ability to attract new mineral investment and expand the mineral and mining industry’s vast socio-economic contributions to Canadians: Improve the regulatory process: Given the importance of the regula-

tory regime to the mining industry’s competitiveness and Canada’s ability to compete against other countries for new mineral investment, it is critical that current reviews of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, the Fisheries Act, and the Navigation Protection Act result in an effective, timely and coordinated regulatory process, from pre-environmental assessment (EA) to post-EA permitting, with meaningful consultation. Support Indigenous participation in the mining sector: The mining industry is the largest private sector employer of Indigenous peoples in Canada on a proportional basis, is a leading supporter of Indigenous businesses, and makes major investments in skills training and community initiatives. Governments can further enhance the participation of Indigenous peoples in the industry through investments in

health, education and skills training, and implementing government resource revenue sharing mechanisms. Building on strengths, government should leverage industry as a platform to advance meaningful Indigenous economic reconciliation. Adopt effective climate change policies: An effective climate change policy leads to meaningful emissions reductions while enabling the Canadian economy to grow. It needs to be carefully designed to ensure the competitiveness of emissions-intensive and trade-exposed (EITE) sectors, like mining. Failing to protect EITE sectors will lead to mineral production moving to competitor countries with less stringent climate change policies. Critical for the mining sector is that policies must also be compatible to minimize compliance burden, and sensitive to changing economic and geographi-

cal realities such as those in Canada’s remote and northern regions where few options exist to fuel switch from diesel. Carefully consider land use and withdrawals: Withdrawal of highly-prospective areas is reducing the attractiveness of Canada as an exploration destination. Canadian governments should ensure that mineral potential is factored into all land withdrawal decision-making processes, and that land use planning and withdrawal decisions are balanced and made through systematic and structured processes. Address the costs of operating in remote and northern Canada: The future of Canada’s mineral industry lies increasingly in remote and northern regions, and the current infrastructure deficit acts as a major barrier to opportunities for greater wealth discovery and production. The CMIF supports the creation of the Canada Infrastructure Bank and encourages the federal government to ensure that it has a pathway for remote and northern Canada, including infrastructure projects that benefit both industry and

local and Indigenous communities. Support industry’s innovation investments: To help Canada become the leading supplier of sustainably-sourced minerals and metals, and the technologies the world needs to best extract them, government and industry collaboration is needed. This includes government support for the proposed CLEER (Clean, Low-energy, Effective, Engaged and Remediated) Clean Resources Innovation Supercluster, led by the Canada Mining Innovation Council and the Centre

Page 37 for Excellence in Mining Innovation. In recent years, the CMIF made recommendations to help make the Energy and Mines Ministers’ Conference more productive. The CMIF thanks the event organizers for acting on these recommendations, which has resulted in a new format that allows for greater governmentindustry collaboration on shared and strategic priorities. Quotes: “We share the same vision as governments across Continued on page 38

The Professional’s Choice for Gouging, Piercing & Cutting!

Remove Seized Pins Quickly & Easily Contact Us Today For More Information! Phone: 403.286.3649 | Cell: 403.804.4360

4304-10 Street N.E., Calgary, AB T2E 6K3

QUALITY CRUSHING & SCREENING EQUIPMENT FOR SALE

2016 KPI MODEL 13-36125 RADIAL STACKER. 36” wide belt X 125’ long. Gullwing axle with 4 WD radial travel. Onboard switch gear. FOR SALE OR RENT

SANDVIK QS331 CONE CRUSHER. Tracked QS series cone. Large reduction capabilities. Max feed size 14". FOR SALE OR RENT!

VALE 4865T XHD TRANSFER CONVEYOR. 65’ long by 48” wide. Rip-Rap application. Extra-Heavy Duty. Ready to Work! FOR SALE OR RENT!

TEREX CEDARAPIDS 3042 TRACKED JAW PLANT. 3042 Jaw, Pan 2015 SANDVIK MOBILE MODEL QE440. HD scalp screen capable Feeder, Fully Self-Contained. 3,600 Hours. Serviced and Ready to of 3 way or 2 way split. Feed up to 24” minus. Cat powered, 1,500 Work! $275,000 hours. $350,000

2012 SANDVIK QI240 HORIZ. SHAFT IMPACT PLANT. 1 meter four bar rotor, pre-screen w/bypass side disch. conv. Cat C9 350 HP, v. good condition, work ready, with 2,170 hours. $290,000

SALES CONTACTS: William Thompson Hugh Porter 780-474-8082 604-657-7167 Willie@chieftainequipment.com hugh@lonetrack.ca

Equipment (2017) Ltd.


Page 38

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

SP Load Cells Provide Data For Ship-To-Shore Crane Project Lifting Gear Hire (LGH) provided 16 wireless compression load cells from Straightpoint to perform benchmark weighing as 10 ship-to-shore cranes were raised 10m by Shanghai Zhenhua Port Machinery Company (ZPMC) at Port of Los Angeles. The 150-metric tonne capacity load cells combined to weigh one Noell ship-to-shore container handling crane, originally estimated to have a weight of 1,350te, and provide benchmark data before it

and nine other cranes were to be raised to accommodate larger ships calling the port. The project, managed by ZPMC North America, involved raising the cranes and inserting longer leg sections; it was a collaborative effort between the crane’s original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and ZPMC. Structural fabrication of the new leg sections and frame bracing was accomplished at ZPMC’s Shanghai facility. Rick Pope, vice presi-

dure included lifting the crane utilizing ZPMC’s selfpropelled modular trailers, placing the load cells in pairs under the eight intermediate gantry equalizers on specially designed pedestals, and lowering the crane down to rest on the load cells. The crane was lifted off the load cells between trials to allow for three distinct weighing evolutions. The initial as-built weight of the crane as provided in historical documents was 1,185te. Postconstruction weighing indicated the raising added 193te, for a total pre-ballast weight of 1,378te. Concrete

dent at ZPMC North America, explained that a key part of the project included benchmark weighing of one raised crane to determine the new, as-built weight and center of gravity. He said: “From this data, the crane OEM calculated the required concrete ballast that needed to be added to establish the crane’s designed operational center of gravity and stability. The results became the basis Continued from page 37 of ballasting for the other this country that Canada can be a leading supplier cranes being raised.” The weighing proce- of the minerals and metals the world needs, both today and in a lower carbon future, which will only serve to increase the demand for our products. Canada’s mining industry, which operates some of the lowestemitting, highest-tech, and socially-responsible mining operations globally, is looking forward to working with FINA N governments, communities C AV IN

CONTACT DON PENNER

1-844-390-4703 don.p@pennerlewis.ca

EQUIPMENT FOR SALE AND OR RENT. IN-STOCK, Camrose, Alta CONVEYORS:

G BLE

AILA

•2017 Spomac 30’’ x 50’ stackable transfer conveyors ...................................................POR. •2017 Spomac 36’’ x 60’ stackable transfer conveyors ...................................................POR. •2015 McCloskey ST80H 36’’ x 80’ diesel powered radial stacker ...........................$75,000. •2015 Kolberg 36’’ x 100’ radial stacker ....................................................................$109,900. •2013 Superior 48’’ x 80’ transfer conveyor ...............................................................$79,900. •2012 Kolberg 36’’ x 60’ radial stacker ........................................................................$39,900. •2012 Superior 48’’ x 60’ transfer conveyors .............................................................$49,900.

BINS & FEEDERS:

•NEW 10 yd. Skid Feeder c/w hyd. Grizzly ..................................................................$59,750. •2017 Hikon portable 4240 15 cu yd. HD belt feeder .....................................................POR. •2016 Hikon portable 3033 12 cu yd. belt feeder ...................................................$149,900. •2016 P&L 12 cu yd. skid feeder c/w hyd. grizzly & electrical, 36” feed belt ..........$79,900. •Elrus 3636 portable belt feeder 36’’ discharge belt .................................................$79,900. •Shop built skid feeder c/w 30’’ discharge belt ..........................................................$14,900. •Elrus 20 yd. surge bin 36’’ discharge conveyor ........................................................$45,000.

POWER UNITS:

•2017 Power van c/w 29 stations, 6x10 tower, 1,266 gal. Enviro tank, ready for power ....POR. •New Cummins 150 KW Genset, trailer mt’d c/w 9 electrical stations, VFD...........$89,900. •New Perkins 100 KW Genset, trailer mt’d c/w 6 electrical stations .......................$59,900. •1991 Cummins skid mounted 312 KW Genset .......................................................$19,000.

SCREEN PLANTS & WASHING EQUIPMENT:

•2013 C/R 7 x 20 3 deck wash plant…… ....................................................................$169,000. •1998 C/R 6 x 20 3 deck portable plant, 42’’ feed, 60’’ U/S, (2) 36’’ cross belts .....$145,000.

CRUSHING PLANTS:

•2013 McCloskey J50 26’’ x 50” track jaw plant .......................................................$325,000. •2010 McCloskey C50 26’’ x 50” track jaw plant .......................................................$295,000. •Used bearings for 54” ElJay cone .....................................................................................POR.

www.pennerlewis.ca

October 2017 ballast was added according to OEM specifications and resulted in a postballast weight of 1,414te and shift of the operational center of gravity approximately 1m toward the rear of the crane. LGH also provided a rugged SP wireless tablet with data logging software and USB wireless base station. The data logging software provided user-configurable screens, recording the physical location of the load cells and collection of data. Center of gravity software collected data over three trials of weighing to calculate an average. A report was automatically

created upon completion of the tests, including each load cell’s load, location, calculated center of gravity and standard deviation of weight data. John Molidor, director of projects and market development at Straightpoint, said: “It was great to witness the application in person and get a firsthand impression of the 16 load cell system delivering safety and accuracy to such a landmark project. We enjoyed working with LGH and ZPMC North America to deliver the state-of-theart solution.” b

and Indigenous peoples to get the foundational pieces in place to foster future growth and achieve our collective vision,” stated Pierre Gratton, President and CEO, the Mining Association of Canada. “Industry and government have an opportunity to work together to enhance exploration financing, infrastructure development and the regulatory certainty needed for a successful mineral explora-

tion and mining industry in Canada, a sector that is increasingly recognized for its innovation and sustainability. Mineral exploration and mining is a proven economic driver for Canada, providing critical job opportunities for remote and Indigenous communities, and must remain a source of employment for generations to come,” says PDAC President Glenn Mullan. b

Source: Bridger Howes

Source: Mining.ca


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Page 39

SALES • PARTS • SERVICE (888) 535-7877 • info@elrus.com

AGGREGATE SYSTEMS

TM

• •

• • •

• • •

• • •

www.elrus.com

ELRUS partners for your success Fully Stocked Parts Departments at All Branches Mission, BC 1-877-788-8499

Calgary 1-888-535-7877

Edmonton 1-877-484-3303

Saskatoon 1-855-668-0890

Winnipeg 1-855-588-5588

Cambridge 1-866-795-1188

Sumner, WA 206-713-1928


PAGE 40 · OCTOBER 2017

CLASSIFIEDS

ATTACHMENTS DA Beales Rake, $5,000. Courtenay, BC DENNIS: (250) 334-2825

TO PLACE AN AD, CALL 1-800-663-4802 OR VISIT WWW.SUPPLYPOST.COM

Self-contained 10 man and 15 man float camps for lease. 50 man float camp also available. Dry rental or catered. MIKE: (250) 949-1561

CONCRETE EQ. EXCAVATOR ATTACHMENTS. Severe Duty Pulverizers, Shears, 2008 Weldco Beales Grapples, Manual BCKT; MPB, 3YD 4N1, Couplers, Rakes & used in city works yard, Thumbs. Made in Canada. very little wear, Case Q/C Fast Lead Times. City Of Powell River, BC www.trkattachments.com pkinahan@cdpr.ba.ca PHONE: 1-855-996-9981 PHONE: (604) 223-1347

ENGINES 6NZ single turbo CAT, 700,000km, new head w/ work orders, on motor stand. $14,000. Prince George, BC PHONE: (250) 961-8864 2003 CAT D6R, 10,500 hrs. P.A.T dozer, dif steer, U/C approx.. 45%, will rent. $78,000. Calgary, AB PHONE: (403) 244-7813

CRUSHERS

Cat 3306 DITA, good running engine, bottom end measures to spec, rebuilt starter, ready to work…$6,500.00 HUGH: (604) 657-7167

2001 Caterpillar 313 BSR, c/w Rubber pads, 2 Buckets, Quick Change, Thumb & Rake, Good Operating Condition, Owner has finished his project and wants it sold! $52,000 royquip@gmail.com PHONE: (250) 203-0134

WANTED: “DEAD OR ALIVE” Diesel Engines: Cummins-(BIG CAMS, 444, 4BT, KTKTA, etc), Cat (3304,3306,3408 etc.) Gomaco CC1200 Curb Detroit, etc. 4 cyl. to 16 cyl. Cadet Slipform Curber, BURNERS Truck or industrial. Good Diesel power, three track Mobile incinerators. running assortment of machines, Two to choose www.abcdestructor.com good running engines. from starting at $25,000 PHONE: (604) 240-1111 POR. Princeton, BC HUGH: (604) 657-7167 scott@westcoasttruck CAMPS parts.com 2015 Case 36B, One CONVEYORS SCOTTY: (250) 295-0101 Owner, 124 original hours, New & used conveyors, like new, don’t let this Large inventory of used from 20’ to 120’, radial or 1 9 9 5 S a n d v i k S - 4 8 0 0 and rebuilt Detroit Diesel, go away. 2 Bkts, Quick transfer conveyors, quick Cone Crusher, 1997 Elrus Cat, Cummins, Perkins, Change, Hyd. Thumb, chassis. Call for Price. delivery. Blade, Cab, Air, Immediate Deutz and Volvo engines. TYALTA INDUSTRIES INC. Kode Contracting, Prince Prince George Truck & Delivery FOB Kamloops. George, BC $51,500. R e d u c e d F o r Q u i c k PHONE: 1-800-960-9939 Equipment nbellerive@kode.ca Crushers, Pulverizers, Sale $900,000. Camp equipsells17@gmail.com PHONE: 1-800-946-9400 PHONE: (250) 981-8947 Shears! Own or Rent. CRANES www.e-quiptrading.com Barge for Sale 310’ x 74’, OR (250) 561-1234 vanedequipment.com ED: (250) 318-8870 Accommodations for 51 PHONE: (604) 888-9020 EXCAVATORS persons — Located near PHONE: (877) 255-9293 Campbell River B.C. This camp is fully operational and ready for immediate occupation. All kitchen equipment, bedding, recre1994 Mormak 1645RC-II, ation centre included. C/W Very good operating condi- 4 generators, 4 – 8 x 30 Komatsu LC755 Diesel tion. $375,000 2011 Komatsu PC350LC-8 floats (heavy duty) small power, $65,000 HUGH: (604) 657-7167 2 0 0 8 H i t a c h i Z X 2 0 0 excavator (A10435), 7990 skiff, First Aid room, Dry- PHONE:(250) 769-5285 Shaw Bros. Attachments room & Office. Camp has Amphibious Excavator, hours, heat + A/C, FOG DISMANTLING for excavators, loaders, a desalination unit capable CRAWLER DOZERS c / w 2 0 1 4 S W 2 1 0 L C guard, 10’ 6” stick, Hyd Wrecking: Cat, JD, Hitachi U n d e r c a r r i a g e , M o n o Thumb, 2 buckets, 54” dig, skidsteers, crusher buck- of producing 10,000 litres 1973 Cat D8H c/w double & Link-Belt . ets, screening buckets, easily per day. A large Boom, Stick and Bucket. 72” CU. $188,500. Surrey, thumbs, breakers, grap- inventory of tools, supplies angle tilt blade, winch, Oversized Equipment Parts S / N F F 0 1 G 6 Q 3 1 2 3 1 2 . BC. smartcastequipment.com ples, snow equipment & and misc. This is a turn- sn#46A32000+. Open to 2463 Townline Road, $125,000. offers. Ready To Work!, Abbotsford, BC kevin@smartcastequip much more at best prices. Hayco Equipment Ltd. key operation. PHONE: (866) 456-9977 Courtenay, BC ment.com Brian@haycoequip.com www.shawbros.ca bill.clarke@helifor.com BILL: (604) 816-7173 PHONE: (604) 670-1471 BRIAN: (604) 603-5986 PHONE: (877) 625-9677 DENNIS: (250) 334-2825 OR: (604) 855-9977

FOR SALE

GRANITE ROCK QUARRY AND SAND & GRAVEL • 100 plus acres! • Approximately 15 million cubic yards of granite rock. • Gravel 12 million cubic yards. • All equipment included in price. PRICE REDUCED TO $1.5m

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

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

For all your crushing equipment requirements. Sales, service and parts MORMAK EQUIPMENT PHONE: (250) 542-7350 VERNON, B.C.

ZF TRANSMISSIONS & DIFFERENTIALS

- REBUILDS & REPAIRS Moxy, Terex, Volvo, John Deere, Case - specializing in off-highway applications - quality and cost-effective work - on-site testing and troubleshooting - available 7 days a week

Also offering on-site repairs and servicing of all makes of construction and agriculture equipment.

Dolphin Mechanical Services Ltd. Langley, BC - Call Eric 604-314-8032 dolphinmechanicalservices@telus.net

Bob’s Diesel Repairs 10718 Seaton Rd., Winfield, BC

Phone: 250-766-3833 Diesel Generator Sets - 30 kW to 150 kW Units

• • • • • • •

Perkins 1006 Engine Cat 3304T 75 kW, 12 Lead John Deere 150 kW, 12 Lead Cummins 175kW, 12 Lead Rebuilt Cat 3304 Diesel Engine Rebuilt Cummins 8.3 Engine 2-John Deere 4045 Engine Cummins, Cat, Detroit Diesel Repairs


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Page 41

new, 569 hours, thumb, HAMMERS LOADERS (Backhoe) blade, a/c, heat, two buckets, Full Machine Warranty 1978 Bucyrus Erie, Dynauntil 2019. $51,500. Hoe, 4 wheel drive backLocated in Surrey, BC. hoe c/w 3 buckets, GM 471 smartcastequipment.com augor blower, chains, mankevin@smartcastequip uals. $2,500. obo. Portable Cat 300 KW, 460 ment.com Wozair Leasing Ltd Cat EL240B hoe 13,000 2007 Kubota KX080-3, PHONE: (604) 670-1471 volt silenced genset, 2,550 Revelstoke, BC hrs. total time, C/U bucket, 3790 hours, blade, thumb, hrs.Very good condition. PHONE: (250) 837-1977 Can’t find what you are cab w heat, A/C, long stick, new floor 5/8 AR450 plate. $52,000 Dig bucket rebuilt, new quick change, 2 buckets. looking for? Thousands of HUGH: (604) 657-7167 floor AR450 plate, new cut- $63,900.00. Surrey, BC. more machines and equipment for sale on: ting edge, new 4” shanks, Surrey, BC. Hammers to fit your carrier! pins bushings done in smartcastequipment.com www.supplypost.com stick nose, main boom pin kevin@smartcastequip Own or Rent. FELLER BUNCHERS vanedequipment.com bosses built up/line bored, ment.com PHONE: (604) 670-1471 PHONE: (604) 888-9020 lower lift cly. bosses built/ PHONE: (877) 255-9293 line bored, new bushings, 2016 Caterpillar 420F2 pins, lift cly. resealed, Advertise your machines in Backhoe. Like new, only bucket cly. was resealed, the classifieds! Call Sheryl 273 hours. 4 in 1 buckreconditioned motor by fin2005 Detroit Genset, 350/ for deadline and rates. et, 42" clean-up, 18" ning has 5,500 hrs. on it . Kw Cont. Low Hours. CALL: 1-800-663-4802 dig. $137,900. Factory Asking $35,000. obo Pro-Ex Pacific Coast Articulated Warranty. Surrey, BC. sales@pro-ex.com LIFTS - BOOM 2014 Tigercat 870C, Truck Ltd smartcastequipment.com PHONE: 1-800-256-0871 2 0 1 6 K u b o t a K 0 0 8 - 3 , 6,200hrs.Warranty on powChilliwack, BC kevin@smartcastequip 425 hours, blade, fold- ertrain. Cummins engine KEVIN: (604) 793-6156 GRADERS ment.com able ROPS, rubber tracks, QSL 9 tier 3, 300HP, new PHONE: (604) 670-1471 diesel tier 4 engine, 2 u n d e r - c a r r i a g e ( 0 h r s . ) year warranty good until Machine completely rebuilt Next Advertising Deadline 5/11/2018. $20,750.00. A T T A C H M E N T S is: Oct. 20, 2017. Call and equipped with GN5600 Surrey, BC. INCLUDED!! 2008 Merlo Sheryl for rates. saw head. $393,500. smartcastequipment.com Roto 38.16s 20+ft wide CALL: 1-800-663-4802 Jean’s Diesel Shop Ltd., kevin@smartcastequip man basket, Jib, 8ft gravHearst, Ontario ment.com LOADERS (Log) 2016 Caterpillar 314E PHONE: (604) 670-1471 el bucket and forks LOW Jeansdieselshop.com LCR. Like new, only 290 mclosier.jeans@ntl.sym 2008 John Deere 872D, HOURS, well maintained! 1995 Hitachi EX300-3, hours, blade, hyd thumb, patico.ca Includes ripper and push P e p i n H o l d i n g s I n c . burnt, parting out; 1999 PHONE: (705) 362-4478 FOG guarding, 9'10" stick, Hitachi 330-5, burnt, partblock. Stock #E001366. $125,000. Calgary, AB. 24"dig, 54" CU. Factory ing out. 2000 Hitachi 370, a l e x a n d e r p e p i n @ o u t Please call for more inforFORKLIFTS burnt, parting out. Warranty, $218,900. look.com mation. $128,900. Surrey, BC. PHONE: (604) 240-7977 PHONE: (403) 992-6130 Jade Equipment – smartcastequipment.com Edmonton kevin@smartcastequip MONTHLY SPECIAL: PHONE: 1-800-663-0715 ment.com 2015 John Deere 60G, 756 2005 Hitachi 250 forester, 11,600 hrs, New U/C & boom..POR PHONE: (604) 670-1471 hours, blade, hyd thumb, cab with heat & A/C, long stick, manual qc, 2 buckets, Full warranty until 2019. $72,500. Surrey, BC. smartcastequipment.com kevin@smartcastequip ment.com PHONE: (604) 670-1471 2015 John Deere 17G, 960 hours, hyd thumb, blade, 2 buckets. Full warranty until 2020. $31,900. Located in Surrey, BC. smartcastequipment.com kevin@smartcastequip ment.com 2015 John Deere 35G, like PHONE: (604) 670-1471

DEERE CONSTRUCTION Parts & Components

One of the largest inventories of used, rebuilt, and new surplus Deere parts and components in North America. We also stock parts for Hitachi, Timberjack, Caterpillar, Ditch Witch and can locate those hard to find parts that we may not have in stock.

BRANDT VALUE PARTS

1-877-685-4886

NEWLY LISTED:

2012 Linde H150, 1800 hrs., c/w 8ft forks $130,000 + tax. Prince George, BC PHONE: (250) 612-1095

2011 John Deere 870GP, Wing, ripper, 70%+ rubber, 8,114 hours, serial 400 kw generator, 12V71T #1DW870GPLBD638910 engine, 300 hrs. $30,000 Search OBO. Onan 277 kw 347-600 $ 1 5 5 , 0 0 0 . U n i t # 0 U 6 3 8 9 10 on powered by 855 Cummins. SupplyPost.com for more 264 hours. $27,500. Port photos. Clements, BC. randy@obrienlogging.com Brandt Tractor-Calgary PHONE: 1-888-227-2638 PHONE: (250) 557-4282

GENERATORS

AXIS FORESTRY INC. • Aftermarket Parts Source To Fit Your Waratah Processor • Rebuilt Waratah Processors Available • Trade In Or Rebuild Your Waratah • Repairing Waratah Computers • Repairing IQAN Skidder/ Buncher Joysticks • Can Ship Anywhere

www.axisforestry.com 1-888-678-2947

Traxxon hydraulic rubber tired drill w/1238 copco hammer....................................................POR

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

INVENTORY:

1990 1000X Schwinn concrete pump ............$47,500 1993 Volvo A25 ......................................$75,000 CAT 313 BSR 2 Bucket, w/ Blade .................$52,500 2003 Hyster 280 .....................................$52,500 Taylor THB 300L Fork Lift .............................. POR Finning M32 w/ M40 UC ............................... POR 1998 Vibromax 1103D Roller .....................$37,500 Weldco Clam Grapple, Like New .................$34,000 1995 PC300-5 Guarded w/ Grapple ..............$57,500 1996 Komatsu WA500 Bucket Machine ..........$69,000 Cat 313BSR 2 Bkts, Thumb, Rake, Blade .......$55,000 2010 580 Case 4400 Hours ........................$59,500 Used Trainer Bros 200 Size Hoe Pack ............ $7,500 Assorted Heel Racks And Grapples .................. POR Tridem Highway Logging Trailer .................. $6,000 1996 Mac / Lowbed E7, 18sp, 400km ............$29,500 2000 Terex TA40 w/ Parts Truck ...................$89,000 2004 Volvo EC 140 ..................................$97,000 Assorted Shoring for Pipelining ...................... POR 2007 Sterling / Can American Slinger XL19 ....$79,500 Hitachi EX200-2 ......................................SOLD 2003 John Deere 330 Forester Roadbuilder . $85,000 1999 PC 300-6 guarded Excavator............. $60,000 1986 D7G, U/C 40%, 6 way blade. ............ $55,500 Traxxon Tank Drill 671 GM VR 140 Hammer 750 CFM. POR Grizzley Behind Cab Loader. .................... $8,500 2007 Kenworth T800 Tri Drive 60 Ton Sleeper Boom Truck, removable deck. ....................... $200,000 • Moxy MT30 Articulated Truck. ................. $29,900 • Hitachi ZX 75 rubber pads, complete set, new. .... POR

*FINANCING AVAILABLE*

WWW.ROYQUIP.COM

250-203-0134 FOR MORE INFO


Page 42

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

BANNING EQUIPMENT LTD

LOADERS (Track)

LOADERS (Wheel)

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

October 2017 2008 Komatsu WA2006, 2 yard, (Q.A.), 17.5 tires, 9,200 hrs., $42,500. Calgary, AB. PHONE: (403) 291-1010

EQUIPMENT FOR SALE

2011 - 950H Wheel Loader ............................................. $99,000 2008 - 930H Wheel Loader c/w Bucket........................ $77,500 2007 - 420E Loader Backhoe Extenda-hoe.................. $60,000 2006 - SK210LC - Waratah Processor .......................... $79,500 2005 - 950G - 30 Ton Forklift .......................................... $30,000 2004 - IT28G Tool Carrier - c/w Bucket ........................ $67,500 2002 - 863 - Bobcat Skidsteer ....................................... $21,900 1998 - IT28G Tool Carrier - c/w Bucket ........................ $60,000 1997- Log Loader - 325B IMAC BnT Grapple .............. $65,000 1993 - IT14F Tool Carrier Rebuilt Trans & Eng............. $34,000

DOZER ATTACHMENTS

Blade - D7R - Dat Blade & C-Frame Cat ...................... $16,000 Blade - D7R - U-Dozer - Cat........................................... $18,000 Blade - D8K U-Dozer - Cat ............................................... $6,500 Brush Rake - D6R/T,D7R Adjustable EXC ...................... $8,000 Brush Rake - D8K - Weldco Beales ............................... $6,000 Brush Rake - D9H - WBM 168” ....................................... $7,500 Rear Hitch & Counter Weight D6T ................................. $2,900 Ripper - D6N - Ripco MS.................................................. $9,500 Ripper - D6R - Cat M/S ................................................... $12,500 Ripper Shank - 850J,K John Deere AT334215............... $1,500 Shank - D10T - Ripper Shank .......................................... $6,500 Winch - D5H - Cat ........................................................... $12,000 Winch - D7R - Cat 9EB Complete ................................. $16,000

WHEEL LOADER ATTACHMENTS

Broom - IT28G - BP25 100” Broom *Rebuilt*.............. $10,500 Bucket - 344J - 4 yard Q/A *New* ................................. $3,500 Bucket - 914H - Cat BOE 94” ........................................... $3,000 Bucket - 950G/H - Cat BOE 114” ..................................... $7,000 Bucket - 966G - 125” GP *New* ..................................... $7,000 Bucket - 980G - Cat Chip Bucket .................................... $8,500 Coupler - 950H - WBM Q/A 3W22141............................. $4,500 Coupler - 980H - IMAC Q/C hydraulic ............................ $5,900 Forks - 930G - IT Q/A 48” .................................................. $3,500 Forks - 930H - Fusion 2008 Q/C 60” ................................. $6,500 Forks - 930H Q/C 53” ......................................................... $4,000 Grapple - 928G, IT28G - Pipe ........................................... $5,000 Grapple - 938G, IT38G - Pipe ........................................... $5,000 Grapple - 966G - WBM Shortwood ................................ $6,500 Jib - 930H - Cat IT Lugging.............................................. $ 3,500 Jib - 938K - Fusion Q/A ..................................................... $3,900 Teeth - Grapple Hensley (17) *New* ..........................$150 ea. Tires - 938G 20.5” x 25” (2) *New*................................. $3,000 Tires - CS56 23.26” Good Year Diamond Tread (2) ....... $3,500

MOTOR GRADER ATTACHMENTS

Lift Grp. Front - 140M/160M - Hyd. Cat........................... $6,000 Ripper - 140H - Cat M/S.................................................. $10,500 Ripper - 14H - Cat M/S.................................................... $12,000 Snow Wing - 140M - WBM Lo-Pro................................. $7,000 Snow Wing - 140H/160H - WBM Lo-Pro........................ $5,000 Push Block - Champion ...................................................... $800 Push Block - 14M Front Block Assy ............................... $2,750 Ripper - 16G - Partial ........................................................ $1,000

SKIDSTEER ATTACHMENTS

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

EXCAVATOR ATTACHMENTS

Brush Rake - 135 - 54”WBM Q/A *New* ...................... $3,500 Brush Rake - 200 - 60” CWS Q/A *New*....................... $4,500 Brush Rake 200 CWS Widestick 62”(btw ears16-1/2”)..... $4,500 Brush Rake - 200 - 46” FAS Q/A *Missing tine* ........... $2,500 Brush Rake 250 WBM Q/C 72” *New* .......................... $6,000 Bucket - 200 - 42” WBM Q/A AMI *New* .................... $4,900 Bucket - 200 - 54” Skeleton WBM Q/A *New* ............ $5,500 Bucket - 320C W/O Twist a Wrist Finning 60” .............. $6,800 Bucket - 250 - 30” Dig WBM Q/A.................................... $3,950 Bucket - 250 - 66” C/U Finning Q/A................................. $5,500 Bucket - 250 - 66” WBM Q/A Brandt ............................ $5,500 Bucket - 250 - 60” Skeleton WBM Q/A *New* ............ $5,500 Bucket - 330 - 48” WBM Dig New 336E....................... $10,000 Bucket - 330 - 72” C/U WBM Q/A ................................... $6,000 Bucket - 330D - 72” WBM Q/A ........................................ $4,000 Bucket - 345/450 - 54” WBM Q/A ................................... $7,000 Bucket - 450 - 84” WBM Q/A .......................................... $6,000 Ripper - 200 - WBM Q/A................................................... $3,000 Ripper - 330 - Finning Q/A ................................................ $3,500 Thumb - 330 - Caterpillar Hyd.......................................... $4,500

2004 CAT 973C, 13,000 hrs. Clean, straight machine, U/C 90%, one owner, will rent. $98,000. Calgary, AB PHONE: (403) 244-7813

2002 Cat 938G, One owner, Finning serviced. 3rd valve, air, radio/cassette, engine heater, 3yd bucket. 4,938hrs. $68,700. Would you like to receive Calgary, AB. o u r p a p e r m o n t h l y ? 673928 Alberta Ltd harveyen@telus.net Subscribe today. supplypost.com/subscribe PHONE: (403) 660-4518

1972 CAT 966C LOADER FOR SALE. 1,930 hrs. on Engine-Out Comp. Rebuild, H.D. Bucket, 3rd Valve, New Tires, Brakes, Planetaries, and other major work recently completed. Tight Centre Pivot and Boom Pins. Price to sell at $34,966. Civil-Tech Services Ltd. Castlegar, BC civil-tech@telus.net WAYNE: (250) 365-9774

EQUIPMENT SALES Wayne Giles: Ashley Roney: 250-691-1650 250-845-9169 SKIDDERS 2013 CATERPILLAR 545C Very Good Condition, 50% Tires And Chains, Updated Transmission, Rebuilt Front Diff, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Tight, Very Well Maintained, Ready To Work. Hours; 7,400. Located: Cranbrook ....$175,000 CAD

2012 JOHN DEERE 748H Excellent Condition, 60% Tires and Chains, New Motor, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Well Maintained, Tight, Ready To Work. Hours; 7,600. Located: Williams Lake ........................................................$180,000 CAD

2015 TIGERCAT 630E Excellent Cond., 30% Tires and Chains, Newer Motor (4000 Hrs), New front Diff, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Tight, Very Well Maintained, Ready To Work. Hours; 8,000. Located: Jaffray B.C. .................. $195,000 CAD

FELLER BUNCHERS 2013 TIGERCAT 870C Excellent Condition, 75% U/C, New Motor (1,500 hrs), Newer Track Motors, 5702 Full Rotate Saw, New Saw Arbour Bearing, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Well Maintained, Tight, No Issues, Ready To Work. Hours; 13,089. Located: Williams Lake ......................................................$275,000 CAD

2010 Cat 980H, Command steering, GP bucket, tire size: 29.5R25 (front and rear) 4,791.9 hours. $295,000.00 Okanagan Iron Worx Inc PHONE: (250) 769-5835

LOGGING EQUIP.

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

LUMBER 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@ Cat 980F. Asking $69,000 shaw.ca OBO. 2004 Cat 980G. CAN-AM LUMBER MILL Asking $129,000 OBO. PHONE: (604) 580-1415 Langley, BC. dave@infinitywest.ca MARINE PHONE: (604) 240-7977 2014 John Deere 524K HL Wheel Loader, Exc. cond, 2678 hours, 2.75 Yard bucket, 60” Pallet forks, HI-Vis Hydraulic coupler, Loadrite Scale, Secondary steering, $139,900. Surrey, BC. smartcastequipment.com kevin@smartcastequip ment.com PHONE: (604) 670-1471

2011 JOHN DEERE 953K Excellent Cond., 80% U/C, New Engine (3000 Hrs) New Hyd. Pump, Full Rotate Hot Saw, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Well Maintained, Tight, No Issues. Hours; 10,500. Located: Kamloops ................... $180,000 CAD

PROCESSORS 2015 VOLVO EC220DL Excellent Condition, 80% U/C, Full Forestry Guarding, c/w SouthStar QS500, EGR Delete Kit, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Many Spare Parts Included, Tight, Well Maintained, Ready To Work. Hours; 5,900 ...$280,000 CAD

2006 VOLVO EC210BF Very Good Condition, 60% U/C, New Hydraulic Pump, Waratah 622B, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Very Well Maintained, Tight, Ready To Work. Hours; 20,000. Located: Fort St. John .............................$65,000 CAD

2004 JOHN DEERE 2054 Good Condition, 60% U/C, Full Forestry Guarding, Newer Engine, Hydraulic Pumps, Rotec Bearing, New Swing Box, New Pins & Bushings, Waratah 622B, Recent Rebuilt, New monitor, Heat, A/C, Well Maintained, Tight, No Issues. Hours; 32,000. Located: Dawson Creek ..................................................................................$60,000 CAD

SKIDSTEERS 2011 CATERPILLAR 246C Excellent Condition, New Tires, Hydraulic Q/A, 72” BOE Bucket, Rear Counterweights, Air Ride Seat, Heat, A/C, Stereo, Freshly Serviced, Tight, No Issues. Hours; 670 .............................$39,000 CAD

2011 CATERPILLAR 259B3 Excellent Condition, 65% Tracks, Hydraulic Q/A, Vertical Lift, Pallet Forks, 72” BOE Bucket, 72” Dig Bucket, Heat, A/C, Block Heater, Freshly Serviced, Tight, No Issues. Hours; 1,528. Located: Burns Lake ..............................................................$45,000 CAD

1-855-979-9169

Complete inventory and photos at: www.majorequipsales.com Like us on Facebook

2002 Komatsu WA380-3L wheel loader, 4 yd bucket, asking $68,000. Excellent condition. PHONE: (306) 921-7583 OR PHONE: (306) 752-2873

137 CATERPILLAR MARINE ENGINE, 4,000 original hrs. Since new, complete. Please leave a voice message. KALVAN: (604) 826-1186

EQUIPMENT FOR SALE 2012 Hyundai 210LC-9/LogMax 7000FXT Processor, Forestry Cab, Guarding, 10,600 hours ..............................................................$225,000. 2001 Komatsu 220LC Excavator, Forestry Cab, New Engine, QC, 2 Buckets ..................................................................................... $35,000. 2013 LogMax 7000FXT (Fixed Head), Thumbnail Wheels, 500 Computer, 6,000 Hours ................................................................................. $97,500. 2012 Hyundai 210 Log Loader, Forestry Front, Rear Entry Cab, Power Grapple ......................................................................................$154,000. 2011 Deere 2454/623 Waratah Processor, 12,700 Hours........$185,000. 2004 Komatsu PC200LC/Waratah 622B, Processor, 15,000 Hours ..................................................................................................... $60,000. 2005 Tigercat 630C Skidder, Chains, 16,000 Hours .................... $43,000. 2007 Hyundai 320LC, QC, 2 Buckets, Thumb, Catwalks, 3,000 Hours ...................................................................................................$103,500. NEW AMI Quick Coupler, c/w Blank Hooks For Hyundai HL730 ...... $2,715.

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


October 2017

MINES

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

PROCESSORS

SAND SCREWS

SAWMILLS

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

Placer Gold Property 4Sale, 7 Legacy claims (1970’s), 6 groups staked in recent yrs. Total 13 claim blocks all adjoining. 971.2 Hectares, $250,000. All weather road to property, 5km off the Barkerville Hwy. No text messages, please leave voicemail.. Phone for more info. MEL: (250) 983-5129

2010 Tigercat 855C w/2012 Waratah 623 C rebuilt head from Axis forestry – 2,500 hrs., Machine is in good condition ready MINING to work. 10,500 hrs. Superior variable speed $275,000. Chilliwack, BC Grizzly belt feeder. Hopper D. Braaten Contracting is 20 ton capacity. 200 hrs Ltd use. $40,000. Located in wendybraaten23@gmail. com YK. auremalliance@hotmail. PHONE: (604) 823-4525 com ROLLERS PHONE: (509) 951-3156 Rubber-lined 150 hp 10x10 Slurry Pump with controls and electronic eye and tank. Approx. 200 hrs use. $40,000. auremalliance@hotmail. com 90’ Contour Packer/ PHONE: (509) 951-3156 Roller. 12 wheel, 90’ width. $21,970. Red Deer, AB. MISCELLANEOUS PHONE: (403) 396-1208

Greystone 36” x 25’ single screw fine material washer Good operating condition $22,500 HUGH: (604) 657-7167

Mobile Dimension Mod. 127, VW power, elec. start power lift, Can be seen

working! Asking $11,500. Next Advertising Deadline FBC Rentals, Gibsons, BC is: Oct. 20, 2017. Call KEN: (604) 886-8602 Sheryl for rates. CALL: 1-800-663-4802 OR: (604) 290-8209

FOR SALE Pictures Available MADILL 0-99 YARDER, Working Condition ............. $175,000 MADILL O-71 YARDER, c/w RIGGING, STUBS,ETC. . $85,000 MADILL 009 YARDER, On Rubber, 3406C .................... $45,000 MAKI 11 SLACK LINE CARRIAGE, with Radio’s Recent Engine Change ............................................................... $15,000 SKYLEAD CARRIAGE, Good Working Condition ...... $40,000 AMERICAN 5675 LOG LOADER, Work Ready ............ $37,500 2008 CAT 420 ET, 4 X 4 , 4 n 1 Bucket, 2 Rear, Hoe Pack Plumbed, New Tires, 6,300 hrs .................................... $75,000

Handy Hitch gravel ballast packer/rollers, easy access, 6,000 lb doubleended spindles, 14 ply Crane – 2006 Palfinger, tires. $19,337. Red Deer, 480 hrs, $30,000. Also AB. available - Gravel Box PHONE: (403) 396-1208 – 206 1 6’ Armst rong, $10,000. Log grapple for SAND & GRAVEL excavators. $4,000. All Quality, built in BC to your Located in Vernon, BC deanross65@hotmail.com specs, Screen Decks 3’ x 5’ to 5’ x 10’, Conveyors, DEAN: (250) 308-9923 Feeders, Placer. Kelowna, BC. PARTS Juniper Equipment Ltd. 1995 Hitachi EX300-3 LL, burnt, parting out; 1999 PHONE: (250) 470-8987 Hitachi 330-5 LL, burnt, parting out; 2005 ZX-200 Hitachi excavator, parting out. 1998 Cat 330 excavator, parting out. Miscellaneous Cat 14G Grader, parting out. PHONE: (604) 240-7977

Page 43

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

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

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

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

1-800-340-1192

Buying Equipment For Dismantling

CAT CS563E VIB. PACKER, Good Tires, Rebuilt Engine, Good Drum, Work Ready ............................................. $65,000 980 B, Running Condition ............................................. $22,250 35 Ft. ALUM. CREW BOAT, Needs Work, Cat 3208 ..................................................................................$15,000 OBO 1991 WESTERN STAR FLATDECK, 94,000 km, Has Front HIAB and Rear Power Gate & L-10. ............................ $29,500 1978 FORD LN800, 10 TON STINGER CRANE 3208 Engine, 10spd. trans, 16’ Deck. Good working condition, can be certified. .......................................................................... $15,000 1998 FREIGHTLINER FL80, Steel Flatdeck, Tandem Duals, 8.3 Cummins, 6 Spd Auto, 24,000 GVW, Current BC Certified ........................................................................... $12,500 ALUM. BOX LINER, 8 Ft. Late Model Ford .................. $1,500 LINCOLN 600 AMP, AC WELDERS, 3 Phase 240/480, Good Working Cond. .................................................................. $750 400 AMP, LINCOLN WELDER, With Perkins Diesel ... $2,500 GRACO FLUID DISPENSING PUMPS, Air Driven, Duraflow 6500/100 ...................................................................... $3,500 EA. PORT A POWER RAMS & PUMPS, 50 T to 125 T ........P.O.R. TIDY “L” FUEL TANK AND TOOL BOX c/w PUMP$ ..... $900 450 LITER TIDY TANK c/w PUMP, DOUBLE WALL ........ $550 STIHL BOOM STICK AUGER BT120C ............................... $650 HONDA EM 5000 SX GAS GEN SET 120/240 ................ $1,200 TIMBERJACK SKIDDER, Older Unit, Phone/Text ..... $25,000 VIB. PLATE PACKER, 200lb Wacker, Honda Gas ........... $800

~HOPE MECHANICAL SERVICES~ Phone, Text or Email · easyhope@yahoo.com

Glen at 604-795-6827, Ray at 604-860-3000 HEAVY DUTY MOBILE MECHANICAL SERVICES

Contact Reed at 604-869-6222

EXCAVATORS / ROCK TRUCK / DOZERS / PACKERS / TRACK LOADER 1996 Hitachi Ex270-LC 1O,O00 Original Hours! Very Clean And No Leaks, 2 Buckets And Quick Change,Hydraulic Thumb,w/ Windshield Screen .......................................................... $54,500 1996 Cat D250-E 6X6 Articulating Rock Truck, Good Rubber, A/C. Retarder, 14,500 Hours. Centre Hitch Repairs Complete Asking ........................................................................... $45,500 1987 Cat 963 Track Loader Cab, Tooth Bucket, Winch, Runs Great .................................................................Offers Welcome 1983 Cat 950-F Bucket, Grapple Loader, Good Runner, 3rd Valve, c/w Grapple and GP Bucket, Good Rubber, Cab, Air, Very Clean, Window Guards. .................................................. $38,500 1980 Cat 950 x-City Bucket Loader, 10,000 Original Hours!! Good rubber, Well Maintained, Delivery Today ............................. ............................................................ Call for Special Pricing! 1999 Cat D6-M 11,800 Hours, Cab, Air, 6 Way Blade, Runs Great ......................................................................Currently On Rent MINI EXCAVATORS / 84” PACKER+ 2015 Case CX36-B Comes With 2 Buckets And Quick Change, Blade, Cab, Air Conditioning, Under 150 Hours ............................ ..............................................Rent or Purchase. Offers Please! 1976 Raygo Rascal 84” Smooth Drum Good Rubber, GM Power, Runs And Packs Well. OROPS ......................................... $13,500 LOGGING EQUIPMENT 1997 Cat 330BL High Rise Log Loader Butt N Top Grapple, Excellent Undercarriage, New Batteries, Runs Great, Looks Good Immediate Delivery, Time To Go!! ................. Make Me An Offer! 2012 Hitachi Zx210-F Log Loader, A Beauty, 11,000 Hours. CWS Power Clam, Priced To Sell, Very Clean. ................Call Ed Today 2005 Hyundai 210LC-7 Log Loader, Hi Rise, Rear Entry Cab. 13,000 Original Hours, Overall Good Condition, CWS Power Clam. ...................................... Offers ASAP, Call Ed! Asking $74,500 TRUCKS AND TRALERS 2007 Kenworth Tri Drive c/w 2015 Arctic Quad Trailer, 2 9’6” Short Log Bunks (truck), BC Certified, ISX 475 Cummins,18 Spd, Neway Air Ride, Quad Type Cab Guard, Ride Pipes And Air Hitch, Brand New BC MVI, Rebuilt Air Conditioner, Like New Rubber, Loaded, Very Clean, Competitive Financing Available, 678,000Km. Mounted Complete For Asking .................. $134,500 2000 Frieghtliner With High Rise Sleeper Series 60 12.7, 500HP, 18 Speed, Air Liner Susp., 40 Rears w/Double Locks, All Aluminum Wheels, Good Rubber, Has To Go .. Make Me An Offer 1999 Del 14’ Gravel Pup X-City, Great Shape, New BC MVI On Completed Sale, Tarp, Good 22.5 Rubber...... Offered At $11,500 1984 Peerless 20 Ton Pole Trailer With Anser Puppy Dog (Makes Nice Tridem) 8’6” Low Profile Bunk, Decent Rubber .................... ...................................................................... Offered At $7,450 2000 Aspen Tridem Removable Neck Lowbed, Excellent Condition, New BC MVI, Lowpro Rubber, Aluminum Wheels, 9ft 6” wide, Air Ride, Full Beavertails, Boom Stand, Hard to Find....... .....................................................Financing Available $69,500 1974 Brentwood Tandem 40 Ton DDrop, Excellent Bush Bed, 10ft Wide, Good Rubber, 24.5 on Budds, Walking Beam. ........ $18,500 ATTACHMENTS, ETC. 966-F Weldco M-26 Log Grapple, Good Shape.................. $6,500 ZX270 Hitachi Dig Bucket, Clean Up And Hyd. Thumb w/Cylinder, ..........................................Will Separate Or Sell As A Package 2 40’ High Cube Containers .................................. Used In Stock 2 45’ Containers, ................................................. Used In Stock All Containers Are Available For Monthly Rent! Like New Arctic Logging Cab Guard Take Off, Very Straight . $1,750 One 20’ Custom Office / Storage Container In Stock, Window And Man Door, Insulated And Wired, Steel Partition To 10 ft Storage Room With Two Double Locking Swing Doors.great First Aid Room!!................................................................ Make An Offer! Custom Built Office, First Aid Containers, Let Us Know What You Want, We Can Build It. ...........................................................Call Custom Built 20Ft Truck Deck With Cabguard, Ramps, 2 in. Fir Deck ......................................................................................Call 8’6” wide. 20’ deck, cab guard, excellent condition. Painted Red ......................................................................Make us an offer! BUYERS WAITING ...

Call Ed now (250) 318-8870 Mining • Trucking • Logging equipsells17@gmail.com


Page 44

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

Do you follow us on Twitter? Go to this link and

October 2017

SCREENERS

SKIDDERS

follow us today! supplypost.com/twitter 2015 Portafill 2000CT Screener, As New PORTABLE SAWMILLS Condition, 1” and 2” Decks INDUSTRIAL SAWMILLS Available, 3” Top Grid B L A D E S & B L A D E 2014 ELRUS MS612-3, Deck, 280 hrs. $120,000 MAINTENANCE. Prince George, BC. CAD. PHONE: (877) 866-0667 nbellerive@kode.ca NORSTONE Can’t find what you are NOEL: (250) 981-8947 PHONE: (604) 866-0482 looking for? Thousands of

Supply Post publishes more machines and equip- nationally with an East and ment for sale on: West edition, need a copy? www.supplypost.com CALL: 1-800-663-4802

PRINCE GEORGE

TRUCK & EQUIPMENT

250-561-1234 - www.pgtruck.com

1-800-946-9400 EQUIPMENT

• Fruehauf Shop Trailer w/ Hose Presses ........... POR. • 1993 Ford 9030 w/Seppi Forest Mulcher ...$49,900. • D600 Champion Grader w/ Snow Wing ......$12,500. • 3412 Cat GenSet 906KVA ................................. POR. • 748E John Deere Grapple Skidder .................... POR. • TD20G & TD20E Dressers, w/winch & ripper....POR. • 2000 Timberjack 4x4 20K lb Forklift ...........$16,000. • 667C Grapple/Line Skidder ............................... POR. • Onan 18kW GenSet, 1 or 3 ph., w/trailer .....$7,500. • Volvo 125 KVA Genset, 120/208/460V .........$9,500. • Model 5000-21 Superlift Str. Boom Crane ......$4,950. • Rotobec Grapple, off Hitachi 200 ..................... POR.

2015

516T

Spyder,

2000 hrs. 2 deck, track

2006 Elrus 6x20 Incline

machine. Call for Price. Screendeck, 3 deck, 2 Kode Contracting, Prince cross belts. Call for Price. 2013 Tigercat 630D, 5,445 hrs.Warranty on powGeorge, BC Kode Contracting, Prince ertrain, Cummins engine / nbellerive@kode.ca George, BC Engine, 260 HP, 35.5 x PHONE: (250) 981-8947 nbellerive@kode.ca 32 tires. Machine inspectNext Advertising Deadline PHONE: (250) 981-8947 Advertise your machines in ed, in excellent condition the classifieds! Call Sheryl is: Oct. 20, 2017. Call Can’t find what you are $258,000. Hearst, ON Sheryl for rates. for deadline and rates. looking for? Thousands of Jean’s Diesel Shop Ltd. CALL: 1-800-663-4802 CALL: 1-800-663-4802 more machines and equip- Jeansdieselshop.com mclosier.jeans@ntl.sym ment for sale on: patico.ca www.supplypost.com PHONE: (705) 362-4478 EXCAVATORS

LNH EQUIPMENT

2011 John Deere 135D, 5700 hrs, blade, hyd. thumb, long stick, 2 bkts with Q/A 50% undercarriage .............. $104,500 Samsung SE210LC, Cummins engine, Q/A, hyd. thumb, 7500 hrs, clean unit. .....................................................$32,500 OBO 2005 JD 744J, 3rd valve, c/w grapple, work orders available ................................................................................ $62,500 1997 Cat 330BL, Q/A, dig bucket, hyd. thumb, 80% U/C . POR TRUCKS

2005 International 8600 Tractor Truck Day Cab c/w A/C, 4-way lockers, 3 stage engine brake, Cummins M11 engine, 13 spd, magnum headache racks & tools, 600,000 km, fresh CVI............................................................................ $19,500 ASPHALT ROLLER

2014 Tigercat 630D, BM&M 3’ x 8’ two deck 5,300hrs.Warranty on powscreen. Very low hours. ertrain, Cummins engine / Spare screens. $25,000 OBO Engine, 260HP, 35.5 x 32 tires. $267,000. Hearst, ON HUGH: (604) 657-7167 Jean’s Diesel Shop Ltd. Next Advertising Deadline Jeansdieselshop.com is: Oct. 20, 2017. Call mclosier.jeans@ntl.sym Sheryl for rates. patico.ca CALL: 1-800-663-4802 PHONE: (705) 362-4478

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

TRUCKS & TRAILERS

FINAL DRIVES

• 2014 Lodeline Clam Tridem ...................................POR. • 1996 Lode King Tri w/ 3 Water Tanks....................POR. • 1990 IHC DT466 Flat Deck .....................................POR. • 2009 Durastar S/A w/ Reefer Van & Gate .............POR. • 1999 FL80 Tandem 24' Deck, Moffat Fork Lift ......POR. • 1998 W/S Tri-Drive w/Tridem Pole Trailer .............POR. • 1986 IHC Tandem Water Truck ...................... $14,900. • 2014 Arnes Tridem End Dump ..............................POR. • 1994 w/s Service Truck w/Fassi Crane ............... POR. • 1995 Tremcar Potable Water Tanker, Tridem .. POR. • 1989 Decap Tridem Belly Dump .................$18,500. • 2014 BWS Ez-2-Load Hiboy 53' Tridem ............ POR. • 2004 Freightliner Tractor .................................. POR. • 2012 IHC Prostar Autoshift Tractor .................. POR. • 1994 Peterbilt 377, N14, 18, 46 ........................ POR. • 1991 GMC Topkick Serv Fuel Truck, crane.$12,900. • 2005 48’ Great Dane Tandem, Dry Van ............ POR. • 2005 Westec Vac Tank ..................................... POR. • 1990 ParPac Tri-Axle ........................................ POR. • 1990 KW T800, Cummins, 5th Wheel .........$10,500. • 1980 Lincoln S/Drop Lowbed, 8’...................$9,500. • 1989 Hino & 1981 Ford, 20’ box, p/tailgate, Allison transmission ..................................................... POR. • S/A & Tandem Axle Jeeps................................. POR.

Cat 315 Final Drive Complete w/Propel Motor ..............CALL

Alberta

ENGINE & PARTS LTD.

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

1-800-361-7333

Hitachi EX200-1 Final Drive Complete w/Propel Motor CALL ATTACHMENTS

CAT 966C GP bucket .................................................. $1,750 Various Excavator buckets to fit all size machines ......CALL GRINDERS

Hay Buster HD8 Portable Compact Tub Grinder, 4 cyl. JD Diesel, 700 hrs, conveyor .......................................... $27,500 ENGINES

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

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

2004 Volvo 210B Forrester – Burnt Unit, will sell complete or for parts.........................................................................CALL Cat 966c • Hitachi Ex200-1 • Cat 330 BL....................CALL MISCELLANEOUS PARTS

Wagner 4100 Log Stacker Complete Boom Cylinder, SN: 094041 ...................................................................CALL

WRECKING

Radiator To Fit 3406 CAT (Wagner 4100)......................CALL

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

Visit: www.lnhequipmentltd.com for complete inventory and pictures.

Always looking for quality used equipment! Financing Available!

TF: (888) 494-3710 Cell: (250) 938-4257

www.lnhequipmentltd.com lnhequipmentltd@gmail.com

CAT • C7 Used ...........................................................$6,900 • 3116 RB LB .....................................................$9,500 • C13 Needs Work .............................................$5,500 • 3116 RB ........................................................$11,900 • 3126 Used .......................................... $3,500-$4,900 • C7 New ..........................................................$16,900 • C7 RB LB .......................................................$12,900 CUMMINS • 4B3.9 65 HP Used ...........................................$6,500 • NTC 400 BC .....................................................$8,900 • ISL Used ..........................................................$8,500 • 4BT3.9 25 KW Kohler Gen Set ........................$9,500 • 4BTA3.9 RB LB................................................$5,900 • 6BT5.9 Used Rotary Dodge .............................$2,000 • ISB 5.9 Used 2004 ..........................................$5,900 • ISB 5.9 RB LB 04-07 Dodge............................$6,400 • 6CTA8.3 RB LB................................................$9,700 • ISM Used 2006 ...............................................$9,500 DETROIT • 60S DDECIII 500 HP .......................................$6,900 • 8V92TA............................................................$6,900 • 4-71 Used ........................................................$2,500 • 4-71 RB ...........................................................$6,900 • 6V92TA DDEC RB Bus...................................$12,900 • 50 SERIES Nat Gas Used ................................$2,500 MISC • DT466E Used 1999 .........................................$3,500 • DT466E Inframed 1999 ...................................$6,900 • 4HK1TC Isuzu Used 2005 ...............................$5,900 • 6.0 RB LB Ford ................................................$5,900 • 6.4 RB LB Ford ................................................$7,900 ENGINE PARTS & OH KITS • Call For Pricing

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

WWW.ALBERTAENGINE.COM


October 2017

TANK DRILLS

Finning hydraulic tank drill on M40 carrier, all cat power train, 6,306 hrs. c/w spare tracks. $70,000 OBO. Chilliwack, BC Pacific Coast Articulated Truck Ltd PHONE: (604) 793-6156

TRAILERS

Galvanized tandem boat trailer 5000 GVW new unused w/winch electric brakes. Please leave a voice message. KALVAN: (604) 826-1186 1998 Aspen S/A lowbed Jeep, Air-Ride, short neck, steel bud wheels, $7,500. Prince George, BC PHONE: (250) 961-8864

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers 2008 60 ton tri-axle lowbed, c/w loading ramps, double drop deck, certified. Excellent condition $48,500. PHONE: (306) 921-7583 OR (306) 752-2873

TRUCKS (Logging)

copac@cpecanada.com | www.cpecanada.com

1-800-811-6911 • (250) 392-7755 685 South Mackenzie Avenue, Williams Lake, B.C. V2G 1E2

1989 Dresser TD15E w/angle blade, grapple, cab ......... ...........................................................................$41,000 1977 Dresser TD7E w/6 way, ripper, new motor ... $25,000 1979 Dresser TD8E w/6 way, winch .................$25,000 1996 Dressta TD9H w/6 way, winch .................$44,000 2008 Dressta TD9M w/6 way, Encl. Cab ...........$64,000 1974 Dresser TD15C w/angle blade, winch ......$24,500 1982 Dresser TD20E w/angle blade, winch ......$39,000 2011 Dressta TD20M w/cab, ripper, 1,746 hrs$350,000 1983 Dresser TD25E w/angle blade, ripper, enclosed cab .....................................................................$45,000 1977 Clark 667C Line skidder ...........................$15,000 2015 Case SV300-2 Skidsteer, 2,535 hrs .........$48,000 1995 Komatsu PC250LC exc., 2 buckets ..........$37,500 2006 Kobelco 290LC exc.,2 buckets, 6,500 hrs$80,000 TD15C clearing rake ...........................................$3,500 TD12C clearing rake for 6 way ...........................$2,500 TD25C-E-G new track group ..................................CALL 20.5 x 25-L5 tires (2) excellent..............................CALL TD20E-G-H full-u blade .........................................CALL Pullmaster R7-15-135F winch ...........................$2,000

NEW & USED PARTS FOR IH-DRESSER – JD648E – KOMATSU D65E

WASH PLANTS Sign up for the Supply Post mailing list – call today: TOLL FREE: 1-800-663-4802

1995 Freightliner, 425 Advertise your machines in Cat 18 spd trans w/46000 the classifieds! Call Sheryl lbs diffs w/lockers. 90% for deadline and rates. rubber, in good shape, CALL: 1-800-663-4802 2004 Kline 60 ton lowTRUCKS boy 10’ wide good deck, 70% rubber, bed in excellent shape. Sell pair for $85,000 obo. Separate: lowboy $75,000. obo, Truck $12,000. obo Pacific Coast Articulated Truck Ltd, Chilliwack, BC 2-AM Generals 6x6 to KEVIN: (604) 793-6156 choose from comes with NH250 Cummins engine, Allison automatics hi/low range transfer case, trucks equipped w/ Dual tires and super single 16’6” dump box w/high lift gates, both in good condition ready to work. Asking $52,000. 2002 Mack 6x6 dump, w/ Pacific Coast Articulated rock box high lift gate, new Truck Ltd, Chilliwack, BC rubber, Mack 6cyl. w/Mack KEVIN: (604) 793-6156 6spd trans, low range drop Equipment For Sale Online box, high & low range. – We have thousands of equipment & trucks for sale $55,000. Chilliwack, BC at SupplyPost.com! Log on Pacific Coast Articulated Truck Ltd today... PHONE: (604) 793-6156 www.supplypost.com

COASTAL PACIFIC EQUIPMENT

Page 45

1996 Kenworth T800 SERCO SELF-LOADER Log Truck, $62,000 CAD. PHONE: (250) 238-2274

KPI 832 portable classifying tank, twin 36” sand screws. For sale or rent HUGH: (604) 657-7167

2014 Western Star, self Next Advertising Deadline l o a d e r l o g g i n g t r u c k is: Oct. 20, 2017. Call Sheryl for rates. $ 1 4 0 , 0 0 0 + c o n t r a c t CALL: 1-800-663-4802 $50,000. Cranbrook, BC RGM Holdings Ltd mjenksis@gmail.com PHONE: (778) 517-5257

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

TRUCKS (Parts) For Parts, Terex 3066C needs transmission work. Cranbrook, BC tripelo@telus.net PHONE: (250) 255-0416

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

• Wheeling Portable Jaw Crusher, c/w screen conveyors, power plant, etc. .....................................................................$50,000 • 1980 Dresser TD15C, guarded, winch, c/w brush blade ...$27,500 • 2002 Dressta TD9H Extra, 105 Hp, Cummins, Hyster W3C logging, guarded, only 900 hrs .....................................$76,000 • 1977 Madill 071 Tower Yarder .....................................$77,000 • IHC H80B, runs well, c/w bucket ..................................$15,000 • D-7 17A machine, not running .......................................$3,500 · 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 • 817B Engine ....................................................ReducedS$7,500 OLD • TD20E GUTO DVT 800 engine .........................................$9,500 • Used TD25 Rails & 22" pads ..........................................$6,000 • TD25CEG Rails, new.............................................................POR • Dresser TD20 E/GM rails & 26" pads, new pins & bushings 42 link ............................................................................$9,500 • TD7E 100C Rails, new..........................................................POR • Cat D7 17A Pup Engine ..................................................$2,500 • Cat D46U Engine Core ....................................................$1,000 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

Next Deadline: Friday October 20, 2017 for the November issue

Wally’s Private Parts Quality Used Parts

Phone: (250) 833-8349

Evenings (250) 835-4678

RING, RING … WHO’S THERE?!

We don’t know, because we have TERRIBLE cell coverage! Your call is VERY important to us, so please give us a text if you can’t get through at 250-833-8349

MACHINES FOR SALE

210 BLC Volvo w/622 Waratah head ............... $37,000 618 TJ Buncher ................................................ $21,000 Cat D7F Dozer, w/ parts D7F ........................... $27,000

PARTS MACHINES

JUST CAME IN: • D8H Cat • 220 Hitachi LC • 230 JD LC • 2054 JD Log Loader • 220 Komatsu • 4400 Denharco Stroker • John Deere 648D Grapple Skidder • 690E w/ Denarco - 3000 Stroker • 210 Volvo w/ 2000 Limmit • 240 Volvo Excavator • 210 Volvo Excavator Burnt • 320 Waratah Head • D7F Cat • 850 TJ Buncher • 950 TJ Buncher • Burnt 648 GIII JD Skidder • Komatsu D65D • John Deere 648GII Burnt • Case 1085 Rubber Tire Excavator • Timberjack 950 Buncher • John Deere 748GII • Cat 325L Excavator with 2200 Limmit Stroker • International S7 Skidder • OMEGA 20-20 Ton Hyd. Crane • Madill 2200 Buncher Burnt • 160 Kobelco Excavator 2004 Burnt • 200 LC Hitachi • S10 International Skidder • 748GII Skidder • 2005 330 Link-Belt Excavator • 630B Tigercat • 325 Cat Excavator • Link-Belt 2800 Quantum 3000 Dewarco • 2005 Cat 545 Skidder • 2007 753 JD Buncher (Burnt) • 748GIII Burnt • 330 Cat Log Loader with Thunderbird Log Loader • 545 Cat skidder, 748GIII, 748GII, 848 JD Skidders • 686 & 740 Champion Grader • 618 Buncher, 525 Cat Skidder • 1995 Freightliner, Series 60 Detroit, 470 Hp, 40,000 Lb 410 Ratio Rockwell Axles, Dbl Lockers • 125 Clarke Wheel Loader • 210 300 Komatsu • 210, 200 Hyundai W/ Harricana Stroker • Crane Ph 20-1A Omega • 644A Jd Loader • 380, 404, 450, 480, 550, 660 TJ Skidders • 330, 320, 325, 322, 225, 235 Cat • Denharco 3000-3500 Strokers • Cat D6C • 2200 Limmit Stroker • 630 Prentice Buncher • Hitachi EX200LC • UH14 • 630 Tigercat Grapple Skidder • 518 Cat Skidder • S8, S9 International Skidder • Terex 8231 Loader • Coring Hotsaw 20-22 Head • Link-Belt 4300-2800 • 2800 Quantum • 2628, 608, 618, 628 TJ Bunchers • 848G • 748GIII • 648GII • 748E, 748G, 740A, 649E, 648D, 640D, 540A, 540B, 440 • Graders Austin Western Champion D600-760 • Hitachi 270 • Tires/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 • Tracks for 618, 628, D6, D7, 200

RUNNING MOTORS

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

Visit www.SkidderBuncherParts.com MASTERCARD For More Info & Photos! VISA &ACCEPTED


Page 46

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

YARDERS

Timber Ltd, Madeira Park, BC Canada. dsladey@telus.net DOUG: (604) 740-1122 Can’t find what you are looking for? Thousands of more machines and equipment for sale on: www.supplypost.com

Top Five Hottest Tech At The Jobsite

The construction busiAdvertise your machines in ness is changing. More the classifieds! Call Sheryl 6280 Swing Grapple and more jobsites are befor deadline and rates. Yarder. The Cadillac of ing outfitted with technolCALL: 1-800-663-4802 ogy solutions that increase Yarders. Well maintained, excellent condition, com- Next Advertising Deadline productivity, safety, and plete with line and grapple. is: Oct. 20, 2017. Call collaboration. However, where Can be viewed yarding. Sheryl for rates. should your construcAvailable now. Sladey CALL: 1-800-663-4802

M

isan

E

ntErprisEs LTD.

Lease or Financing Available

KELOWNA, BC

Devon 250-215-2352 Cell HARLEY DAVIDSON 2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic, 103ci, 6spd, 20,900kms, Loads of Chrome, Loads of Extras. Trades Accepted. ..................................................................$21,500 DOZERS 2010 D5K LGP 5,500 hrs, 3 shank 2bbl Ripper, 6 Way Blade, Auto Grease, Plumbed for GPS, Very Clean and Nice Dozer, Ready to Go to Work. .................................................$99,500 2002 D6N, 6,600 hrs. cab, 6 way blade, Ripper, 85% U/C, Fresh service .............................................................$94,500 TRUCKS 2011 Peterbilt 388, 550HP, Cummins ISX, 18spd, Full Lockers, 46 Rears, Lowbed Ramps, All New Rubber, 220,000kms, Small Sleeper, Very Sharp Truck .........$92,500 2009 Western Star, 530 Hp, 18 Spd, Full Lockers, 845,000 Kms, Wet Kit, 46 Rears, 32" Sleeper, Very Solid Truck. .......... ..................................................................................$50,500 1993 International 4700 S/A Tree Spade Truck, 342,000 Kms, DTA 360, 7 Spd, Holt 52 In. Tree Space, Works And Runs Great ................................................................$31,500 LOADERS AND SKID STEERS 1991 Caterpillar 926E, 75% Rubber, Tight Pins & Bushings, Hyd. Q/A, Bucket & Forks ...........Was $37,500 NOW $32,500 PACKERS (2) 1998 Caterpillar 433CS, 66” Smooth Drum, 3,900 Hrs, Good Rubber, Very Clean Machine, Ready to Work. ...$28,500 EXCAVATORS 2009 John Deere 35D, 1,900 Hrs, Cab, AC, 2 Buckets, Thumb, Tight Machine ...............................................$42,500 2006 Hitachi ZX30, Zero Tail Swing, 2,350 Hrs, Hyd. Thumb, Q/A with Digging Bkt, Pattern Changer, Steel Tracks .................................................................................$26,500 1992 Takeuchi TB025, Cab, 2,700 Hrs, Swing boom, Rubber Track, Dozer, Very Clean, Runs Excellent.......$17,500 TRAILERS 1998 Peerless Tri-Axle Lowbed, Detachable Neck, Alum Wheels, 24ft x 8’6 deck, Air Ride, Good Decking, Matching Rubber, Fresh CVI at Time of Sale, Very Nice Lowbed ...$31,500 1996 Gerrys 50 Ton Tri Lowbed, Tri-Compatible, 10ft Wide, Detach/Flip Over Neck, Air Ride, Good Solid Bed .......$45,500 1986 Clemens 24’ End Dump, Quarter Frame, Tub Style, Liner, Tarp, 80% Rubber, Cert. ...Was $22,500 NOW $19,500

misandevon@gmail.com

October 2017

tion company focus its attention? What are the hottest technologies for the construction jobsite? And how will these change the way business is performed in the future? There are five emerging technology trends for the construction jobsite. Understanding how these areas will impact your workers will be key to conducting business in the future. The five-star tech trends are: 1. Telematics 2. Wearables 3. Autonomous equipment 4. Software

5. Augmented and virtual reality Telematics Ahead The use of telematics in construction equipment is on the rise. While there is still a strong concentration on automotive vehicles and trucking using telematics, the advantages of the technology have sparked interest in the construction sector. According to Markets and Markets, the advances in technical know-how being made in this market are being used by the construction industry on equipment and vehicles. The equipment tracking and monitoring solution enables instant access to important vehicle information, encompassing location tracking, remote diagnostics, engine predictive maintenance, and fuel management. The growth of this is attributed to its increased adop-

WYATT’S USED EQUIPMENT SALES & PARTS 2014 Hyundai 3026 Processor, 3,700 Hrs .$376,500 2006 Ranger 800-2 rock pilot drill .............$300,000 1995 Cat D5H TSK, swing boom grapple, 6-way blade ..........................................................$117,000 1997 Peerless Tridem Hayrack ......................... $26,500 Tanguay TG88C Skidder ................................ $250,000 1997 Timberjack 933D Clam Bunk, 3,850 Hrs............... .........................................................................$135,000 Dresser TD20G Dozer ....................................... $49,500 Champion 780 Grader....................................... $54,000 2007 K-Line 10' Wide Tridem Lowbed, w/jeep & booster ............................................................$120,000 20' T/A Truck Flat Deck, like new ...................... $18,000 2007 Tanguay TG88E Grapple Skidder .......$350,000 1990 Cat D8N, U-blade & ripper ...................SOLD Cat D6T Draw Bar, with counterweights............. $4,750 Dresser TD25G Ripper........................................ $2,500 Cat IT28F Rim .........................................................$700 2 Cat 525 Skidder Rims .................................$400 each Cat D5H Winch c/w Controls & Pump ............. $13,500 Cat D6D Winch.................................................... $4,000 4 John Deere Skidder Winches ................. $2,500 each Tree Tow Dresser TD20E Grapple .....................$9,500 Cat 950F, grapple & quick attach ...................$5,000 Weldco Beales Log Grapple, fits 966D, E or F ...$4,500 (8) New OEM Cat HD Bkt. Teeth, c/w 1 tooth adapter, fits 988 or 990 ....................................$2,400 Cat 140M Snow Wing WBM...............................$5,500 Cat D11 U/C, 6 sprocket segment, idler & roller ... $12,750 10' Wide Long Log Bunk................................ $1,250 Cat D6C LGP Straight Blade ........................... $6,000 100 Mile House, BC

Call 250-706-8594

tion to optimize the operations of the equipment. This tech knowledge also saves time and increases safety and security. A lot of equipment manufacturers are putting telematics on their products, and it is changing how contractors operate out at the jobsite. “With connecting the equipment, you can tie in safety regulations to using it,” says Willy Schlacks, president, EquipmentShare. Wearables at the Jobsite Electronics and sensors that can provide multiple benefits to contractors on the jobsite are wearables. ABI Research forecasts that enterprise wearable devices will grow. Technology has been added to helmets, glasses, vests, headgear, badges, watches, wearable scanners, and more. The resulting wearables with smart technology can provide contractors with increased safety, productivity, and other advantages. Michael Leyva, product manager at Epson America Inc., highlights how smart glasses have advanced for the industry. “Contractors should know that smart glasses will quickly become an indispensable tool for project development, from architectural renderings to surveying, site monitoring, and construction troubleshooting. They create new efficiencies, reduce errors, and will be seen as a competitive differentiator,”

Leyva says. Having access to information on a device that a contractor is wearing can change the project flow. It can offer new opportunities for greater productivity and heightened safety at the construction jobsite. Working with Autonomous Equipment Another hot trend is construction equipment solutions that include autonomous features on them. These systems change behaviors without being explicitly programmed, based on data collected, usage analysis, and other observations. Having this tech capability on equipment can be very useful. Autonomous sometimes can mean automatic, as in automatic braking when an object is detected in the path of the equipment, or automatic shutdown of the equipment if it is overheating. This type of advancement can be crucial on the jobsite when working with big and heavy equipment and materials. Keeping safety in mind, Transparency Market Research estimates the global automatic or autonomous emergency braking market will rise. And this is due to a number of factors that have a direct impact on workers at the jobsite. One such factor: safety. Mitch Tobias, customer enterprise digital manager, Caterpillar Inc., says autonomous equipment provides improved safety by getting people out of harm’s way and reducing costs of material, labor, machine hours, fuel, and maintenance and repair. Construction Software A piece of technology that has been on the Continued on page 47

ATTACHMENTS FOR SALE Rammer S27 1,150FT/LB Hammer fits 7-12 Ton Carrier ...................$6,900 2012 Rammer 4099 11,000FT/LB Hyd. Breaker, Fits 350/450 .......$69,900 1995 INT. 9400 Tandem Axle Dump truck, MVI, c/w Pony Pup ..... $24,900 1991 TrailMax 20 ton Tandem Tilt..................................................... $5,900 2007 CAT A19B Auger C/W Bobcat Q/C Plate ...................................$2,750 CWS 72” C/UP BKT fits JD800, ZX800/850 Pin on...........................$8,900 NEW HLA Forks New 48” Skid Steer Forks......................................... $900 NEW ERSKINE 84” Snow/Light Mat. Bkt BOE ...................................$1,990 NEW ERSKINE 84” Light Material/Snow Blade ............................... $3,200 NEW HITACHI/DEERE ZX350LC-5 21M L/Reach Boom Arm............$42,500

PACIFIC RIM EQUIPMENT · 250-493-4545 bailey@prequip.com


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Continued from page 46

jobsite for a while is construction software solutions—but it is continuing to evolve, which makes it another appealing trend for workers in the field. From having building information modeling (BIM) software to construction management software, these solutions help increase collaboration within the project team at the jobsite by connecting everyone involved and having a digital platform to make changes and update information instead of having to pass paper among everyone. Software is evolving too, with the advent of new technologies. Gartner predicts artificial intelligence (AI) technologies will be in almost every new software product by 2020. Adding AI to construction software will provide contractors with more options on the jobsite. Construction software is a tool for contractors at the jobsite, helping in a number of ways. “It is increasing the available workforce by making jobs easier to do and helping that new operator become more proficient quickly,” Tobias of Caterpillar says. Augmented and Virtual Reality Visualizing the finished project can be challenging. With augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) that has changed. This technology provides insights into the project for contractors at the jobsite. Head-up displays are gaining in popularity, which incorporates AR and VR technologies. Instructions, along with the other necessary details, can be displayed in the

line of sight. A number of contractors are readily embracing AR and VR technologies for predicting potential problems such as walls not matching up. Going forward, there will be a lot of innovations for the construction industry that will arise from that growth. For instance, smart glasses have been the hardware of choice for many using AR on the jobsite. “Glasses can be also used by construction firms for various AR use cases as well, such as viewing 3D digital models of proposed projects with timeline animation to show the planned progress of the construction,” Leyva of Epson America says. What’s Next? As new solutions emerge—not only on the jobsite, but everywhere in construction—they are sparking many new opportunities. This rise of new digital industrial technology, also known as Industry 4.0, is the fourth industrial revolution. The Industry 4.0 is the grouping of numerous major innovations in digital technology and refers to development of machines, which would be using self-optimization, self-configuration, and artificial intelligence to complete difficult tasks to deliver cost efficiencies and better-quality goods or services. We will see Industry 4.0 becoming more common at the jobsite. As these technologies are embraced and adopted by the industry, they will bring about a new level of productivity, safety, and collaboration. b Source: AEM.org

FOR SALE

• 14 ton, 76’ crane for truck or barge ....... $5,500 • 1998 F550 Mechanics truck, 4 X 4 cabinets, Hiab crane ......................................................$33,000 • 40 kw. Cat, 125 kw. Cat, 300 kw. Cat .. CHEAP! • 40’ Control Van 1200A Main, 2 Big Soft Starts, 15 Mag Starts, etc., etc. ...........................$33,000 • Radial Piston, 300 H.P., Hyd. Mtr. .......... $2,200 • Pulverizers & Grinders, Hammermills... CHEAP! • Transformers, Magnets, Motors - All Sizes . POR • Cat Mtrs. D9, 3412, D379 ............................... POR • 125 H.P. Fine Ore Crusher .......................$13,000 • 6’ x 16’ Ty Rock Double Deck ...................$22,000 • 32ft Ramp Barge, Truckable, Carries EX200$55,000 • 5' x 25’ Rotary Trommel Screener ........... $5,500 • Pumps: 4", 6", 8", 10", 12" ...................... CHEAP!

Phone: 403-797-1902

Email: erik7eagle@gmail.com

Structurlam Earns SFI ChainOf-Custody Certification The Sustainable Forestry Initiative Inc. (SFI) announced today that Structurlam is the first Canadian manufacturer of cross-laminated timber (CLT) to be certified to the SFI 2015-2019 Chain-of-Custody Standard. Structurlam blends the expertise of wood science with the ingenuity of European fabrication to produce mass timber products including CLT, the next-generation of engineered wood products. Structurlam has manufactured CLT for six years and supplied the product to over 350 projects in North America. Extensively tested, the product has vast applications for construction. “We are excited that Structurlam is the first CLT manufacturer in Canada to be certified to the SFI Chain of Custody Standard. A few months ago I had the opportunity to visit Structurlam’s site and was impressed with their commitment to sustainability and the innovation driving their product development. Many of Structurlam’s suppliers manage forestlands certified to SFI so it is great to know that Structurlam will continue to source and build with SFI certified materials,” said Kathy Abusow, President and CEO of SFI Inc. Architects and builders choose wood because it looks great, has numerous environmental characteristics – including renewability – and it’s easy to work with. In addition, trees absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as they grow, sequestering and storing the carbon while producing oxygen which

reduces greenhouse gases and improves air quality. “Wood is the only renewable building resource we have. If we sustainably manage the forest then we’ll have unlimited materials to create beautiful buildings that can potentially last for generations,” said Bill Downing, President of Structurlam. “We’re looking forward to leveraging our SFI chainof-custody certification to expand into new markets.” Structurlam produces CLT at its Penticton facility in Southern BC’s Okanagan region. The company is part of a global movement to use wood in mid- and highrise buildings. Advances in technology are producing more engineered-wood and mass timber products that increase the capabilities of building with wood. A showcase project for Structurlam is the University of British Columbia’s Brock Commons. This 18-storey student residence stands 53 metres tall and is the tallest wood structure in the world. The mass timber structure was completed in just 66 days. Over 460 CrossLam CLT panels were used during the building process along with over 1,300 Glulam columns, a structural timber product manufactured by gluing together individual pieces of lumber. Structurlam will also be able to use chain-of-custody certification to position itself as a supplier in the green building market that is officially recognized by green building rating systems. Wood products sold as cer-

FOR SALE 1995 Cat 320L Excavator, 5,000 hrs, 2 buckets, thumb, new monitor, good U/C, full guarding..................... $32,000. 2012 Cat 320D, 5,500 hrs., 2 buckets, thumb, extra plumbing ......................................................................$150,000. 2004 Arnes tridem/trineck clam dump .................. $32,000 1999 Western Star, gravel truck, good shape, Cat engine.............................................................................$40,000. 1991 Mack, gravel truck, good shape ...................$22,500. 2008 Renn, gravel pup, good shape ...................... $10,500. 1978 Cat 966C, loader, bucket, grapple, 90% rubber ..........................................................................................$36,000

Call Terry 250-877-9481

Page 47

tified under the SFI Chainof-Custody Standard allow CrossLam CLT to earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits through the LEED Alternative Compliance Path or credits through the Green Globes Rating System. Structurlam’s products are also ideal for smaller projects. The Zangari Residence in Seattle used 67 prefabricated CrossLam CLT panels, which were delivered and installed in 12 days. It was designed by Susan Jones for her family. She is Principal Architect at

the architecture firm atelierjones. “When you walk inside a building that features wood you get a feeling of relaxation — the smell of the wood, wood on floors and ceilings, all very much integrated with nature. We wanted our home to be an example of how to build lightly with wood in a sustainable way in the city and still capture the fundamental connection with nature that people instinctively have,” Jones said. b Source: SFI

OVERSIZED EQUIPMENT SERVICES Equipment • Attachments • Used Parts

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

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

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

EXCAVATOR: Cat 320C (2003) hyd. thumb, quick coupler, buckets ..........SOLD Cat 235DLC (1993) quick coupler ....................................$32,000 JD 200CLC (2003) quick coupler, thumb ............. PENDING SALE

MISCELLANEOUS: Sweeper to fit a Caterpillar IT .................................................POR Man Lift Genie Z45 (1999) 2 wheel drive .........................$9,000

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

USED TRACK GROUPS Various groups coming and going, currently we have 4 sets of complete groups.

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

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

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

• Wheel Planetary • Hose Kits For All Machines

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

For Your Equipment Needs:

Bob Garden: 604-916-4546 Brian Rowsome: 604-219-3194

For Your Parts (new/used) Needs:

604-855-9977 1-866-456-9977

We purchase machines – let us know what you have!

www.oversizedequipment.com


Page 48

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

October 2017

GREAT NEW & USED INVENTORY! SALES & RENTALS • SCREENERS • CONVEYORS • CRUSHERS • AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT

1-800-960-9939 | 403-946-4860 | Fax: 403-946-5191 Even the girls at the office can set it up!

New McCloskey 36 x 125 Direct Feed Conveyor with 4x4 Fold-Down Axle, Radial Travel Track Stacker 2014 McCloskey 512 RG Trommel • Available in 80’ and 100’ Lengths • Tracks means easy to move and no loader damage • Direct feed Hopper available • Hopper End raises to shorten the fall for material from conveyors • This conveyor can also be supplied as a wheeled unit

S190 or S130 Double/Triple Deck

• High Capacity 5" x 20" screendeck • Large feed hopper with remote tipping grid • Track mobility or 5th wheel tow • Tripledeck can produce 5 finished products simultaneously • This unit also comes wheeled

• Patented radial conveyor and a hydraulic tipping grid with 6" spacing • Complete with Grizzly • Wheeled unit

McCloskey R155

• Heavy Duty Scalping Unit • 5' x 16' • Two Deck powered w/Cat Deisel Engine • Track Mobility • Hydraulic fold

In House Financing now available! Flexible terms and conditions. Call Tyalta Finance today at 1-877-550-0016, finance@tyalta.com

www.tyalta.com | info@tyalta.com


SECTION 3

FAMILY OWNED, SINCE 1971

WWW.SUPPLYPOST.COM OCTOBER 2017 · PAGE 49

Victoria: 1-888-652-9139 Duncan: 1-866-746-1515 Langford: 1-250-480-8281 Nanaimo: 1-250-327-2200 Burnside (Parts): 1-250-384-0451

Karl Wiese: 250-327-2200 Ed Murray: 250-812-2925 Garry Shelton: 250-715-5088 Emily Polack: 250-480-8281 Ted Peterson: 604-240-6181

FIVE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU!

2017 WESTERN STAR 4900SB Tridrive, DD16- 600HP, 18 Spd transmission, 20,000# front, 69,000# rear ends, Complete with ProFab, Quad Axle Wagon and rig up.

2018 WESTERN STAR 4700SB, DD13 - 505HP, 1850 # Torque, 18 Spd. Trans, 20,000# Front, 46,000# Rears With Locks, C/W Nahanni Light Steel Box And Pony Wet Kit,

“READY TO GO”

"TWO TRUCKS AVAILABLE"

2018 WESTERN STAR 5700 68" Raised Roof Sleeper Equipped with DD16 600 HP 18 Spd. transmission. 13,000 lb front axle and 46,000 lb rear axle.

2018 WESTERN STAR 4900SF 40" Low Roof Sleeper X15 605HP Engine W/1850Lb/Ft And Eaton RTLO 18918B Manual Trans. Detroit 13,300# Front, Meritor 46,000# Rears w/ locks, loaded specs!.

IN STOCK AND READY TO GO!!

IN STOCK - CALL TODAY FOR PRICING.

USED TRUCK SPECIALS FOR FALL!

2005 STERLING ACTERRA, MBE 900, 13 Spd Trans, 20,000# Front, 40,000 # Rears, C/W Copma 21 Ton Crane, 21' Deck, Complete With Forks And All Rigging "TURNKEY OPPORTUNITY"

2013 FREIGHTLINER CORONADO 122SD,ISX 550HP, 18 Spd Manual Trans., 1850 Torque, 501,000 Kms, 46,000# Rears, C/W 58" Raised Roof Sleeper, Nice Clean Trucks.“IN STOCK”

2011 IHC 4300, Maxforce 215 HP engine, Allison Automatic, 140,000 kms, 24’ Van Body with Lift Gate, “CLEAN AND WELL MAINTAINED” .

2008 PETERBILT FUEL TRUCK Cat C15, 18 Spd Trans. 46,000 #Rears, C/W Advance 3 Compartment Fuel Tank, Both Truck & Tank Have Fresh Certifications. 1,300,000 Kms, Well Maintained, Good Condition. "READY TO WORK"

2015 WESTERN STAR 4900 DD16 - 600 HP, 18 Spd Trans, 46,000# Rears, Loaded, 77,689 Kms, Eng. Warranty C/W CAS Slinger w/ Remote Control. CREATIVE LEASE & FINANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE !

2006 KENWORTH TANDEM CHASSIS, ISC Cummins Eng. 300 HP. Paired To An Eaton Fuller 10 Spd Trans. W/ Pto Provisions. 16,000 Front Axle, 40,00 Rear Axle W/ Full Lockers Front And Rear. Wheelbase 198".

READY TO GO TO WORK!

www.prtruckcentre.com

TRAILERS


Page 50

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

October 2017

Six Ways To Appreciate Your Drivers National Truck Driver Appreciation Week was Sept. 10-16. What are you doing the other 51 weeks of the year to let your drivers know you appreciate and respect their hard work and commitment? Companies that demonstrate their around-the-calendar appreciation to their drivers find it easier to recruit and retain them, said Jane Jazrawy, co-founder and chief executive of CarriersEdge, a leading provider of online training to the trucking industry. Drivers who feel appreciated tend to be safer and more diligent. “Most successful fleets do little things all the time to show their appreciation, rather than waiting for one designated week in the fall,” Jazrawy said. “Grand gestures that happen once a year can be undermined by daily frustrations and actions perceived as slights

or insults.” Jazrawy and CarriersEdge have special insight into what motivates – or discourages – drivers. CarriersEdge created the annual Best Fleets to Drive For awards, produced in partnership with the Truckload Carriers Association. Through interviews with nominated carriers and surveys from drivers, CarriersEdge has gleaned the best practices that the best fleets use. Those best practices aren’t state secrets, and in many cases they’re neither difficult nor expensive to deploy. But the payback in terms of low turnover and safe, engaged drivers can be huge. Jazrawy offered six tips on making driver appreciation a year-round habit: Tip No. 1 - Start them early. “If your company has taken the time to build a safe and productive cul-

ture, you want new hires to feel as though they’re a part of that from the first day,” Jazrawy said. Successful fleets are using orientation, training, mentoring and coaching programs to get new employees up to speed. One fleet places new hires in a dedicated lane for up to four weeks with one dispatcher overseeing them, eliminating the stress over trip planning. Another includes spouses and/or significant others in part of orientation to give them an understanding of life on the road and company programs and benefits. Tip No. 2 - Give them a voice. Lots of companies talk about open-door policies and keeping the lines of communication open with employees. The oldfashioned suggestion box doesn’t cut it. Fleets are using driver councils, surveys to determine driver opinions and concerns,

and Facebook and Twitter accounts to create online communities in which drivers can submit photos and stories about their experiences on the road. One carrier enlists experienced drivers to build training materials to ensure best practices are captured and shared across the entire fleet. “Drivers are smart, they’re dealing with customers, operational issues and equipment every day,” Jazrawy said. “They’re a great resource for continuous improvement ideas. Seeing their ideas and feedback wel-

comed goes a long way toward boosting drivers’ sense that they’re appreciated.” Tip No. 3 - Keep them informed. Rumors fueled by incomplete or inaccurate information are one of the great underminers of morale and a driver’s sense that he or she is valued and respected. “Smart fleets make sure drivers get accurate and timely information about company operations, road and industry conditions and what’s going on in the lives of their fellow employees,” Jazrawy said.

Weekly roundtable meetings with drivers keep information flowing in both directions. Since drivers are usually on the road and unavailable to attend meetings, social media is a useful tool for reaching them; one company posts meeting notes on an internal net to allow drivers not in attendance to stay informed and weigh in with thoughts. Tip No. 4 - Keep them healthy. Life on the road, with its physical demands and stress, can be tough on Continued on page 51

IRLinternational.com FIVE STR0NG - FIVE LOCATIONS In-House Financing Available On Any Make Truck, Trailer, Or Equipment Now an Authorized Peerless Dealer in BC

2016 PAYSTAR 5900 8X6 PEERLESS QUAD LOGGER, CUMMINS ISX15, 550 HP, 2050 FT/LB TORQUE, FULLER 18 SPD TRANS, 20/53 AXLES, 272 WB, STK# GN277469.

2017 HX 520 LOWBOY SPEC CUMMINS ISX15, 550 HP, 2050 FT/LB TORQUE, FULLER 18 SPD TRANS, 16/46 AXLES, 236 WB, STK# JN519260

2016 PAYSTAR 5900 8X6 PEERLESS SHORT/LONG LOG CONVERTIBLE INSTALLED CUMMINS ISX15, 550 HP, 2050 FT/LB TORQUE, FULLER 18 SPD TRANS, 20/53 AXLES, 272 WB, STK# HN577404.

2009 PETERBILT 365 C13 ENGINE, 470 HP, EATON 18 SPD TRANS, 12/41 AXLES, 1,366,000 KMS, 244 WB, ENGINE OVERHAULED RECENTLY, STK# 9D790619, $54,500. FINANCING AVAILABLE ON ALL UNITS!

2017 HX 515 FLAT DECK & CRANE N13 ENGINE, 440 HP, 1550 FT/LB TORQUE, FULLER 18 SPD TRANS, 20/46 AXLES, 280 WB, FLAT DECK 20'6", CRANE LIFT CAPACITY UP TO 25,353 LBS, STK# HN655463.

2016 LONESTAR 73" HI-RISE SLEEPER CUMMINS ISX15, 550 HP, 2050 FT/LB TORQUE, EATON ULTRASHIFT 18 SPD TRANS, 14/46 AXLES, 244 WB, MOOSE BUMPER, WEBASTO, 263,000 KMS, ENGINE, AFTERTREATMENT, TRANS, COOLING & SUSP. WARRANTY REMAINING, STK# GN103546, $137,500.

Kamloops: 1-877-578-9770

Kelowna: 1-800-735-3943

Penticton: 1-877-766-7627

Vernon: 1-877-463-0292

Williams Lake: 1-877-360-5838


October 2017 Continued from page 50

health. “Drivers appreciate it when companies demonstrate their concern about employee health with wellness programs that go far beyond providing healthy recipes in their newsletters,” Jazrawy said. Companies are providing formal weight-loss and fitness programs, access to gyms (either on-site or at a fitness club), on-staff health and wellness coordinators to work with drivers, onsite health and dental clinics at terminals and equipment for in-cab cardio and strength training. Tip No. 5 - Welcome them back. The very nature of trucking has drivers away from the office or terminal for weeks at a time. “Drivers can sometimes get the feeling that no one remembers they’re out there,” Jazrawy said. So why not let them know they’re valued contributors to the company? Some fleets are using elec-

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers tronic signboards to display customized greetings to drivers returning to the yard; a few integrate that with internal notifications so office staff can go out to greet them directly. Tip No. 6 - Give them what they really need. Does a driver really need one more gimme cap or t-shirt? Fleets are focusing on things that actually make a difference to drivers’ lives and job performance, whether it’s technology (providing upto-date devices), concierge services at terminals to help drivers with personal and professional services while they’re on the road; and discounted or free work gear such as complete uniform sets, raincoats and jackets, as well as annual vouchers for safety shoes and jeans. “Those are perks that can noticeably decrease the cost of doing the job for drivers at those fleets,” Jazrawy said. “Remember, the point is

show that they’re appreciated, which means showing that you think about them regularly and care about what they like and want,” Jazrawy added. About CarriersEdge CarriersEdge is a leading provider of online driver training and the first to offer a dedicated mobile driver training app for the trucking industry. With a comprehensive library of safety and compliance courses, supported by advanced management and reporting functions, CarriersEdge helps hundreds of fleets train their drivers without sacrificing miles or requiring people to come in on weekends. CarriersEdge is also the creator of the Best Fleets to Drive For program, an annual evaluation of the best workplaces in the North American trucking industry, produced in partnership with Truckload Carriers Association. b Source: SiefkesPetit

FOR READING

Page 51

Women In Trucking’s Member Of The Month For September Women In Trucking Association (WIT) announced Deb Bosworth as its September Member of the Month. Deb is a professional driver for Walmart Transportation. Deb was recently named Trucker Buddy of the Year by Trucker Buddy International (TBI). She was first introduced to the organization in 2001 while working for Walmart. TBI is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to helping educate and mentor elementary school students in classrooms via a pen pal relationship. The driver is matched with an elementary class either by the Trucker Buddy office, or the driver can suggest a school of his/her choosing. Each Trucker Buddy adopts the class for one year. They communicate through the teachers every week. Some drivers will drive their trucks to the school for a “live” visit, giving the students a reallife feel of the driver’s life

on the road. “If you are nominated for the monthly outstanding driver, then you are eligible for the Trucker Buddy of the Year,” said Gloria Clements, Director of Development, TBI. “Deb is amazing! She has mentored 20 classrooms over the years, and represents Walmart and our industry with the best attitude!” Deb enjoys the trucker buddy program because it allows her to promote the important role of the trucking industry while giving back. She has also been a trucker buddy ambassador for the past five years. The duties include helping at truck shows, recruiting other drivers to join the program, and getting teachers involved in the program. “Trucker Buddy is all about making truck drivers friendlier to the public. It is a great positive image for both the driver and the companies that support it,” said Deb. “Kids recognize

t

Deb Bosworth the trucks on the road and know their buddy drives for them.” After driving for over 28 years, Deb will be retiring this month. Her advice to others wanting to join the industry is, “Don’t be intimidated, but be prepared to be away from home. If you are a home body, it is not for you. If you are independent and ready to be on your own, you can do it.” Deb also says that training is a must. “If you get the right training, you can do anything a man can do with rare exceptions.” She started off as a team with her husband, but since 2001, has been solo. b Source: WITA View our online inventory on your mobile device

More units available at

www.internationalmachinery.com

2012 KW T800, 550 ISX, 18 SPD, 20 X 69 AXLES, 301K MILES, DBL FRAME, LOADED $99,500.

2007 PETE 378, 550CAT, 18 X 46 AXLES, JASPER TC 407 SPEC 1 COMP. TAN, 280K MILES, LOADED $87,500.

2012 WS 4900FA, DD15, 530 HP, 18 SPD, 575K MILES, LOADED $54,500.

2011 WS 4900, DD 15, 560HP, 16 X 69 AXLES, 18 SPD, 297K MILES, LOADED, TRI-DRIVE $89,500.

2011 WS 4900, 560 DD15, 18 SPD, 20 X 46 AXLES, 412K MILES, LOADED $89,500.

2011 WS 4900, 560 DD15, 18 SPD, 20 X 46 AXLES, 312K MILES, LOADED $87,500.

2007 PETE 378, 565 ISX, 18 SPD, 20 X 69 AXLES, 476K MILES, LOADED $87,500.

2013 KW T800, 550 ISX, 18 SPD, 20 X 69 AXLES, EXT DAY CA, 331K MILES, LOADED $123,500.

2014 PETE 388, 550 ISX, 18 SPD, 20 X 69 AXLES, 152K MILES, LOADED $128,500.

2007 MACK, CV713 427 MACK, 10 SPD, 18K FRONT AXLE, FUEL & LUBE TANK, DOT 406, OIL HOSE REELS, 70K MILES, LOADED $79,500

1-844-460-9954 | Maple Ridge, BC


Page 52

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

October 2017

Terex 28-Tonne Haulers Build Reliable Reputation Longstanding Terex Trucks customer, MB Wilkes is using two 28-tonne capacity articulated haulers to move material around its sand and gravel quarry in Corfe Mullen, Dorset. Originally purchased in the 1950s for timber production, the story of MB Wilkes’ Henbury Quarry in Dorset is one of an accidental find. “Our grandfather Harold Wilkes bought this land in the early fifties to take lumber off of it and one day, one falling tree hit another tree exposing its roots,” says Paul Wilkes, director at MB Wilkes. “At the time of the incident, he was with his friend Harry J Palmers, a local builder, who said ‘That looks good’, and after sieving out a small quantity of sand he made a little wall with it and everything basically went from there.” Following further exploration of the area, quarrying on the site began in 1958 and

MB Wilkes was officially established in 1964. It wasn’t long before Harold’s son Michael joined the company to help continue to build on its solid foundations and, in turn, Michael then passed ownership to his two sons David and Paul in the early 90s. With more than half a century in the industry, the family-run business is now a leading supplier of aggregates and building materials throughout Dorset, and the surrounding counties from its Corfe Mullen head office. Known for its highquality products offered at competitive prices, MB Wilkes manufactures and distributes a wide range of topsoil, sand, gravel, and decorative stone. As a progressive business built on expert knowledge, the company also operates a facility for recycling waste aggregates such as brick rubble, concrete, and soil. To this effect, MB Wilkes owns an extensive fleet of

machinery to service the needs of the site and has equipment such as articulated haulers, tippers, grab trucks, loading shovels, dozers, and excavators. Solid partnership As a longstanding Terex Trucks’ customer, MB Wilkes bought its first articulated dump truck in 1999 after the TA30 impressed over competitor brands. The company then looked to Terex Trucks again in 2008 when it made the decision to add a machine to its fleet to increase productivity and opted for another TA30, which was supplied by TDL Equipment. Paul says: “When we bought the first articulated truck we were looking at other brands, but Terex Trucks’ products were the best – the fuel efficiency was good, it was reliable and simple to drive.” “It had cross diff-locks as well which a lot of others didn’t have at the

Camex_SP_Ad_Trailers_120917.qxp_Supply Post Ad 2017-09-12 3:13 PM Page 1

time,” adds David Wilkes, director at MB Wilkes. Concrete groundwork Well suited to the application, Terex Trucks’ 28-tonne capacity haulers have proved to be a perfect match for the Henbury Quarry. “Customer satisfaction is at the top of our list and we’re proud of the material we produce at Henbury Quarry,” explains David. Renowned for its premium products, MB Wilkes’ highest quality building sand is Corfe 1 and it’s favoured by customers due to its versatility

as it’s suitable for all applications. The extraction process for Corfe 1 requires machinery at Henbury Quarry to descend close to 80 feet below the surface. The geology of the quarry is made up of various layers of material with grey gravel at the very top. The gravel fades into ginger hogging, which then transitions to sand, sandstone and then a soft ginger sand. Finally, there’s a vast amount of overburden and it is beneath this that bright yellow sand, known as Corfe 1, is found deep in

the earth. David explains: “We are using dozers, excavators, and Terex Trucks’ articulated haulers to remove the overburden and dig deeper to be able to get access to Corfe 1 sand, which we then sell on to the brick manufacturers.” Smooth performance Expertly designed to take on a variety of terrains and move the harshest materials, sand has shown itself to be the trucks’ biggest challenge at the Henbury Quarry, particularly when Continued on page 53

RENTAL FLEET REDUCTION SALE NOW ON

65 Ton Tri-Axle HRGN Lowboy

100+ Well-Maintained Rental units

Save up to 35%

CVI’s included on most units. Limited Time Offer

Hydraulic removable gooseneck, Air actuated lock pin with secondary lock for easy connection of neck. Dual hydraulics to operate from the truck tractor hydraulics or self contained 11 hp Honda engine. ID#10490 Fixed Neck Lowboy Trailers

Tandem Axle Ramp and Roll Jeeps

Camex Equipment Sales & Rentals Inc. 1806 - 2 Street, Nisku, AB T9E 0W8

Member Of

View our equipment online www.camex.com

Single & Tandem Axle Boosters With the largest selection of onsite inventory, Camex provides a one-stop shop for all your truck and trailer needs.


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Cummins Unveils Next Generation of Energy-Diverse Products The company displayed the latest in near-zero natural gas engine technology, super-efficient diesel engines (the X12 and X15), and shared plans to introduce a revolutionary heavy-duty diesel engine in 2022. To round out the company’s expert capabilities in powertrain design, Cummins also revealed, for the first time ever, a fully electric class 7 demonstration Urban Hauler Tractor. These products and technologies add to Cummins’ unmatched portfolio of solutions and offer customers the latest in environmentally-friendly, cost-effective and powerful products to help them succeed in every market and every application. With these new innovations, Cummins will continue to provide connected customer support, including cloud-based solutions and big data analysis, in order to maximize up-time, safety and business optimization, increasing customers’ bottom line. “These new technological innovations build on our

100-year legacy of bringing the best solutions to our customers, driving their success and meeting the evolving demands of their industries and markets,” said Jennifer Rumsey, Chief Technical Officer, Cummins Inc. “We will harness our global technical footprint to continue to develop a wide variety of power technologies to bring our customers the choice and solutions that enable their success and contribute to a sustainable future.” During the event, which included tours of the Cummins technical centre, Cummins leaders and scientists showcased the company’s continued innovation and work in analysis-led design capability, virtual reality, alternative fuels and digital capabilities, all of which are positioning the company to win in current and future technologies and in new markets. “As a global power leader for the commercial and industrial customers we serve, with an unmatched service and support network, we are better positioned than any other com-

pany to win in new and emerging technologies and in new markets,” said Rich Freeland, Cummins President and Chief Operating Officer. Cummins leadership believes that energy diversity is critical to its future success. These are some of the technologies the company is offering or developing: Cummins continues to be the leader in clean-diesel technology and understands that for many markets diesel engines will be best solution for decades to come. The latest products are highly efficient and sustainable heavy-duty diesel engines, showcasing the company’s innovation in traditional diesel power, the most commonly used power on the road today. The powerful X15 and lightweight X12 engines are engineered for optimal performance and power while offering class-leading fuel economy through the use of advanced air handling and fuel system controls. Both engines utilize the compact Single Module Aftertreatment, which of-

Continued from page 52

Scotland, have stood the conditions. wet. Nonetheless, the ma- test of time working nine David explains: “In the chines built in Motherwell, hours a day, in all weather past, we always had one dump truck on standby, but now we are working to capacity and so we use both most of the time. Fol#26 19695 - 96th Ave, Langley, BC lowing the installation of a new wash plant last year, the dump trucks are now moving material to and from the quarry as part of the production process.” The trucks, which are also used to dump mate• ENGINE REPAIRS rial in the customer loading • BRAKES areas, have also found favour with MB Wilkes’ op• SAFETY INSPECTIONS erators. Designed with the driver in mind, the articu• FLEET MAINTENANCE lated haulers feature front suspension and a spacious MONDAY to FRIDAY ergonomic cabin offering maximum operator com7:00am to Midnight fort. David adds: “We’ve SATURDAY found that the tyres wear 8:00am to 8:30pm very well and our operators frequently comment on how smooth the drive is in the dump truck – one even said it was better than his road car!” b

604-888-3838

Source: Terex Trucks

fers longer maintenance intervals for the lowest cost of ownership. Cummins’ work in diesel innovation doesn’t end there – the next heavy-duty engine for 2022 affirms the company’s commitment to providing the most effective power solution for Class 8 linehaul trucks. And, with the recent formation of the Eaton Cummins Automated Transmission Technologies, customers can count on Cummins to provide market-leading innovation for integrated powertrain technologies. Cummins has invested in research and development projects to develop products and technology solutions utilizing a wide range of fuels. The company is developing a high-efficiency spark-ignited technology that can deliver diesel-like performance and durability across a range of liquid fuels, like ethanol, methanol, and gasoline - meeting the most stringent emissions requirements. Cummins continues to investigate the viability of alternatives like bio-fuels, synthetic fuels and hydrogen. And, Cummins has also invested in exploratory projects focused on

Page 53

Proton Exchange Membrane and Solid Oxide Fuel Cell technologies. Cummins has long been a leader in providing natural gas engines as one of its sustainable, affordable and readily-available power options. The company revealed its latest Near-Zero natural gas engines from Cummins Westport during the event. End-users will find the Cummins Westport Near-Zero natural gas engines are an equivalent performance option to diesel, and like the latest clean- diesel have little to no emissions for customers looking to minimize emissions footprint. Working toward a class 8 integration, these engines offer adaptability with Agility’s Blue-IQ fuel delivery technology for full connectivity. With the unveiling of the Concept Class 7 Urban Hauler EV, Cummins introduced a state-of-the art battery pack offering, redefining energy-efficiency and density capabilities for the EV market. The lighter, denser battery design allows it to hold a longer charge for improved range and faster charging, reducing down time. The con-

cept truck design includes an Engine-Generator option for extended range capabilities, allowing users to benefit from Cummins B4.5 or B6.7 engines, providing a major advantage over today’s hybrid systems. These engine options offer 50 percent fuel savings compared to today’s diesel hybrids with zero emissions. Customers are looking for convenient and responsive interactions, real-time updates, and information that make products safer, more productive, and easier to use. Cummins has offered telematics systems in some markets for many years, but the potential for digital goes far beyond telematics systems and at a faster pace. Recognizing this, in May 2017, Cummins formed a new internal organization led by Sherry Aaholm, Cummins Chief Information Officer, called the Digital Accelerator. This new organization seeks to streamline innovation, bringing concepts from the idea stage to commercialization at the most efficient and effective pace. b Source: Cummins

NEW LOCATION: 4600 Collier Place, Williams Lake, BC V2G 5E9

Murray Driver: 250-305-4877 · m.driver@premiumtruck.ca Robin Storoschuk: 250-398-0906 · r.storoschuk@premiumtruck.ca

Williams Lakes’s Authorized

Call for Pricing 2017 Doepker Super B Logger, 24.5 rubber/ aluminum HP, 3 bundle 9'6", Bolt in king pins. Stock # 5728T.

Call for Pricing 2017 Doepker B Train Logger, 24.5 rubber/aluminum HP, 3 bundle 9'6". Stock # 5688T.

TRAILERS

Dealer!

Call for Pricing 2018 Cornado SD Tri-Drive Cummins, X-15, 565 HP, 2050 torque 18 spd, 69 rears, 20 front.

Call for Pricing 2017 Doepker 53' Step Deck, Beaver Tail, 3 flip up ramps, 225/70R 22.5 rubber, 1 box, Steel HP wheels. Stock # 5752T.

www.premiumtruck.ca

250-398-7411 • 1-877-878-2516


Page 54

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

Sharing The Cost Of Truck Transportation Annual NTW message from Louise Yako, BCTA President & CEO. National Trucking Week, ran September 3rd to 9th and is as always a time for the industry to celebrate its workforce and take a brief bow for

the efficient and reliable service it provides to everyone who makes a purchase, visits a hospital or clinic, or puts their garbage out weekly at the curb. We all take part in activities that are made possible or easier because of trucking companies and their employees. Despite the hype

around automated trucks, the nuts and bolts of this industry haven’t changed much over the years. However, trucking companies are facing ever-increasing costs, which means even though transportation is a small component of the price of most goods, consumers should expect somewhat higher prices.

“Free shipping” is good marketing, but the cost of transportation is buried in the overall price. For trucking companies, costs fall into three broad categories: equipment, fuel and labour. All of these categories are experiencing increases: • The cost of equipment is rising as truck engines become more technologically advanced and emissionsreduction features add additional complexity and weight. Because a truck’s weight is regu-

Dwayne Renshaw Byron Roberts 250-612-7512 250-640-9599 1015 Great Street, Prince George, BC, V2N 2K8

2018 Freightliner 114SD Tandem Steer Axle Mixer Detroit DD13, 450HP, Allison 4500RDS 6 Speed Auto Trans, 46,000 Axles w/4 Wheel Lock Up, Hendrickson Primaax Air Suspension, London 14 Yd Bridgemaster III Mixer.

2017 Freightliner 108SD Single Axle Snow Plow Cummins ISL, 370HP, Alison 3000 Auto Trans, 16 Front & 23 Rear w/ Lock Up, Henderson 10’ Reversing Front Plow, 10’ Monashee Underbody Scraper, 12 1/2’ Henderson Dump Body and FSH-III Sander w/ Grizzly Screens Kit, Certified.

2018 Freightliner Cascadia Daycab Detroit DD13, 505 HP, 1850 Torque, DT12 Automated Manual Transmission, 12,000 Front Axle, 46,000 Rears with Lockers, Airliner Suspension, Detroit Assurance 4.0 Package.

2017 Freightliner 122SD Tri-Drive Tractor Detroit DD16, 560 HP, 2050 ft/lb torque, 18 Spd Ultrashift Plus Trans, 20,000 Front Axle, 69,000 Rears with Lockers, Airliner Suspension.

Mahindra MPact XTV Utility vehicles, gas and diesel models available. Ask us about Mahindra accessories. 3 year powertrain warranty. 1200 lb carrying capacity & 2100 lb towing capacity.

2017 Doepker Tandem B Log Trailer 24.5 Aluminum Wheels,

One Piece Bunks and Stakes, Hendrickson Air Suspension, Lift Axles Available.

TRAILERS

2017 K-Line 55 Ton Double Drop Lowbed Hydraulic Detachable Neck,

10' Wide Deck, Beavertails or Squarebacks in stock, Hydaulic Flip Ext for Tri-Drive or 3.5m Jeep, S/A Boosters and 3.5m Jeeps in stock.

www.premiumtruck.ca 250-563-0696 • 1-800-595-4411

October 2017

lated, heavier equipadvanced equipment is ment means it must also more time consumcarry less cargo, which ing and therefore costlowers a truck’s prolier. ductivity and revenue. • Diesel fuel costs continMaintenance on more Continued on page 55

New Luxembourg Facility To Begin Production In 2019 Goodyear is advancing its connected-business model; The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has announced plans to create a new facility in Luxembourg that utilizes an innovative production process to meet growing customer and consumer demand for premium tires. Named Mercury, the proprietary process features highly-automated, interconnected workstations, using additive manufacturing technologies to efficiently produce premium tires in small-batch quantities on-demand for replacement and original equipment customers. Goodyear Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President Richard J. Kramer announced Mercury and the company’s plans at the ground-breaking event for the facility here. “Mercury addresses the increasing complexity in the tire industry as the number of vehicle models and options available to consumers continues to proliferate,” said Kramer. “It gives us the capability to increase our speed and flexibility to meet the growing demand for small volumes of high-margin, premium Goodyear tires and to deliver them to customers on demand, faster than ever.” “Mercury will advance our connected business model, which aligns all of our assets – from the production floor to consumers who choose Goodyear online and at retail,” he

added. “It will complement our existing highvolume facilities and give us a true competitive advantage.” The new facility, set to open in 2019, is in close proximity to Goodyear’s Luxembourg innovation centre and tire proving grounds. The company is investing $77 million in the facility, which will produce approximately 500,000 tires annually and create approximately 70 new, full-time positions. The technology used in the Mercury production process was developed and tested over the past five years at Goodyear’s innovation and development centres. The name Mercury is a reference to the mythical god of trade and travel, which inspired the creation of Goodyear’s winged foot logo by company founder Frank A. Seiberling. Goodyear is one of the world’s largest tire companies. It employs about 65,000 people and manufactures its products in 47 facilities in 21 countries around the world. Its two Innovation Centres in Akron, Ohio and Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg strive to develop state-of-the-art products and services that set the technology and performance standard for the industry. For more information about Goodyear and its products, go to www.goodyear.com/ corporate. b Source: Goodyear


October 2017 Continued from page 54

ue to increase, although price alone is not the only reason fuel costs add up. Any idling time due to both planned (e.g., construction) or unplanned (e.g., highway closures) delays raises the cost of transport. Congestion in major centres, where more and more Canadians are choosing to live, is also adding to costs. For example, according to the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, the top 20 bottlenecks in

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers Canada (including four in Vancouver) cause commuters to spend an additional 10 million hours per year sitting in traffic. Embedded in that gridlock are trucks trying to deliver their cargo. Many trucking companies are spending greater time recruiting and training workers, which requires resources. And, electronic logging devices, which are required in the majority of trucks by year end in the US and projected for 2019 in Canada,

Mack And Country Music’s Steve Moakler Are ‘Born Ready’ Mack and Moakler celebrated the debut both of the truck maker’s new Mack Anthem highway model and the country artist’s new song, “Born Ready,” which also is Mack’s tagline, in front of more than 800 attendees during a recent launch event at the PPL Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Inspired by what the Mack Trucks brand stands for, Moakler wrote the song “Born Ready” because it embodies the American values of hard work, commitment and passion – the same attributes Mack and Moakler hold dear to their hearts. Mack also created a promotional video for “Born Ready. “We appreciate that Steve was inspired by Mack to write his new song, ‘Born Ready,’ and we are pleased that he chose the Mack Anthem launch event to debut it,” said John Walsh, vice president of marketing and global brand for Mack Trucks. “ ‘Born Ready’ highlights what it means to be American and the standards that Mack holds true – work hard, never give up and, whatever you do, don’t rest on your laurels.” The Mack Anthem, launched today, is a completely reengineered, redesigned and reimagined interpretation of what today’s highway truck should be – aerodynamic, comfortable and connected, all with a distinctively bold Mack look. Originally from West-

ern Pennsylvania, Moakler now calls Nashville, Tennessee home. He’s written songs for other artists, including Dierks Bentley’s “Riser,” and has released four albums, the most recent one called “Steel Town” released in March 2017. “Steel Town” features songs that pay homage to his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as well as the hardworking, proud people he met there while growing up. Representatives from Mack met with Moakler earlier this year to get to know each other and explore the possibility of a partnership. During the meeting, it quickly became clear that they shared the same values, and shortly thereafter, Moakler began writing the lyrics and music for Born Ready.” By July, the first cut of the song was completed. “‘Born Ready’ is about getting the job done, no matter how big the challenge,” Moakler said. “It pays homage to the professional truck drivers out there every day keeping America moving. My grandfather owned a concrete trucking company running Mack trucks, so I’ve always had a special affection for the brand. ‘Born Ready” celebrates the value of hard work, commemorates my grandfather, and connects it all to Mack Trucks, which was a significant part of his life.” b Source: Mack

will record truck drivers’ time more accurately, accounting for every minute of their work day. Even though truck drivers have a generous allotment of work time (14 hours per shift, maximum, in Canada) and driving time (up to 13 hours within that shift), unproductive time like waiting to load or unload or unexpected delays will shorten a driver’s day. As a result, more drivers and more equipment will be needed to do the same amount of work. Costs are going up

for many industries, not just trucking. But trucking is a highly competitive industry that operates on very low margins. In order not to lose business, companies have been poor at communicating cost increases and, historically, have simply handed over any efficiency gains they’ve made to shippers – their immediate customers – and, finally, to us, the end consumers of their services and the goods they carry.

Page 55

The Conference Board of Canada reached that conclusion when it compared the cost of trucking services over time to the price companies charge their customers for those services. The opportunity to improve efficiency (e.g., through equipment or practices that reduce fuel usage) and mitigate increasing costs into the future is limited, however. It will no longer be sustainable for the industry to shelter its customers from rising costs in or-

der to retain their business. Instead, trucking companies will need to price their services to better reflect the cost of new equipment, fuel and competitive compensation and training for their workers. And that will affect all of us, as the ultimate beneficiaries of their services. A few extra dollars will be a small price to pay in trade for the many comforts the trucking industry delivers. b Source: BCTA

Cody Fortin 250-869-9448

Jeff Gibbs 250-869-9415

#5 -1340 Stevens Road, West Kelowna, BC V1Z 1G2

NEW

NEW

2018 Freightliner 122SD - Tri drive Detroit DD16, 560 HP, 18 Speed Trans, 20,000 lb Front axle, 69,000 lb Rear axle with locker, Airliner suspension, 4.10 Ratio, 268” WB

USED

2011 Freightliner Coronado Day Cab, Detroit DD15, 560 HP, 18 Spd, 16,000 Front Axle, 52,000 Rears with Lockers, Neway Suspension, 205" WB, 4.30 Ratio, 448,321 kms.

USED

2010 Freightliner Cascadia, Detroit DD15, 560 HP, 18 SP Trans, 12,000 lb Front axle, 46,000 lb Rear axle with locker, Airliner suspension, 224” WB.

2016 Freightliner 122SD, Detroit DD16, 600 HP, 18 Speed Trans, 16,000 lb Front Axle, 46,000 lb Rear Axle with Locker, Airliner Suspension, 4.10 Ratio, 244" WB, 34" Sleeper.

USED

2011 Freightliner Cascadia, Detroit DD15, 455HP, 13 Spd, 13,300 Front Axle, 40,000 Rears with Lockers, Airliner Suspension, 236” WB, 72” RR Sleeper.

USED

2014 Freightliner Coronado SD, Detroit DD16, 600HP, Eaton 18 Speed Trans, 13,300 Front Axle, 46,000 Rear Axle, 3.73 ratio.

USED

USED

2008 Western Star 4900SA, Detroit S60, 515 HP, 13 Spd, 12,000 Front Axle, 40,000 Rears with Locker, Airliner Suspension, 218" WB, 3.73 Ratio, 54" Star Light Low Roof, 938,349 kms, Reman engine at 682,000 kms.

2013 Freightliner Coronado Detroit DD15, 560 HP, 18 Spd, 13,300 Front Axle, 46,000 Rears with Lockers, Airliner Suspension, 244" WB, 3.91 Ratio, 70" RR Sleeper.

TRAILERS

www.kelownafreightliner.com

250-769-7255 • 1-888-878-2511


Page 56

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

October 2017 Rollo checking out the last wheel loader he purchased that is still operational.

Front Page Story

Rollo next to his truck in the opera pit at Copper Mtn 1953. “In 1953, I bought a new 1952 F8 Big Job Truck with new Cargo King V8 overhead valve engine, two speed axle, 18,000 lbs.”

PHOTOS COURTESY ROLLO CECCON

In 1953, Rollo started hauling coal to Granby Power plant in Princeton, which produced electricity for Allenby & Copper Mtn. “When I got there, the loader had broke down, so I was not going home empty.”

RONALD MULLINS PHOTO

From Pauper To Prince

We have often heard it said that “sometimes out of adversity the greatest successes are born”. A close check of the facts surrounding the history and success of Rollo Ceccon and Ceccon Trucking of Princeton, British Columbia may bear serious credence to this theory. By Ronald Mullins The Early Years In the late 1920’s and early 1930’s, following the First Great War - WW I, life in certain parts of Europe was challenging. Fascism, especially in Italy where the rise of Benito Amilcare An-drea Mussolini to the position of the youngest prime minister in Italian history, was a reality. Fascist squads and militias, inspired by Mussolini, swept through the countryside terrorizing the local population. Difficulties and public oppression abounded. Opportunities for individu-als and families who did not support Mussolini’s style of government were being severely challenged. So in 1930 Emileo Ceccon and his young family left their ancestral home in the north-eastern Italian town of Paese, boarded a boat and headed for Canada. Their ocean transport landed them in

Montreal alone and with little money and even less direction. They did have a spon-sor, a necessity for immigrating to this ‘new’ land of opportunity. Upon arrival the Ceccon fam-ily then got on a train and headed for British Columbia. Several days later and thousands of kilometres from Paese they arrived in Coalmont. A booming coal mining town on the banks of the Tulameen River, eighteen kilometres northwest of the town of Princeton… a town that re-mains the anchor for the Ceccon family to this day. Work opportunities in the coal mine and on the Canadian Pacific Railway, Kettle Valley line, was easy to get at this time and the young family settled down to their new life in Canada. Papa Ceccon taught himself and his family English and was hired on as a section-man

by the CPR. Shortly after beginning work Emileo and family were moved to the small rail community of Kirton, east of Osprey Lake and just to the west of Summerland, BC. In the years that fol-lowed there were several moves for the family to other communities along the Kettle Valley railway. Then in 1944 the railway re-located the Ceccon family to the copper mining town of Allenby, headquarters for the giant Copper Mountain mine. The handsome young Rollo Cec-con had just reached his sixteenth birthday. This new life in Canada was not always easy for the Ceccon family. Harsh winters, hot sum-mers, small two or three room houses, without running water, indoor plumbing or electricity, but as Papa Ceccon always reminded his family… “Il Canada è un paese Continued on page 57


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

and diesel mechanics in Edmonton and spending some time working casual jobs in the mining operations of Copper Mountain, Rollo Ceccon was able to pur-chase his first car… a 1950 Ford. Shortly thereafter he and a friend, Ray Johnson, were approached with an offer to truck lumber from British Columbia to Alberta… the rate $1,000 per trip… more money than was averaged in several months at most jobs of the time. So it was off to the dealership and an even trade, the Ford car for a used 1944 Ford truck and Ceccon Trucking is Born Ceccon Trucking had startAfter studying auto ed. But like most things Continued from page 56

meraviglioso… il meglio.” “Canada is a wonderful country… the very best”. However, just like the oppression of the African Americans in the United States, immigrants to Canada were often discriminated against and impacted by racial slurs and hazing. The Cec-con boys were no exception to this type of community behaviour when they attended school in Penticton. Although there was plenty of opportunity… adversity was commonplace as well.

that are too good to be true, Ray Johnson left and the Alberta lumber trucking business went sideways. An interesting side bar to this story is Rollo Ceccon’s brand loyalty. His first car was a Ford, his first truck was a Ford, many of the trucks in his business over the years were Fords and today he is driving a brand new Ford sedan. “I have not always been dealer loyal but I have been brand loyal, “ stated Rollo. Next came the offer to purchase a 1939 Mercury convertible… and what dashing young man wouldn’t want to be the

first in town to own a convertible. So Rollo made the deal, and then realized that the fancy convertible would just cost him money and not make him any. So he traded the convertible for a three ton Ford truck… much to the dismay of many of the young ladies in the area… no doubt. But a three ton truck with no box was not of much use. So when a solid job offer came from the management of the Copper Mountain mine, Rollo drove the truck to Vancouver and had a dump box and hydraulic hoist installed.

Page 57

The Accident Although everything seemed to be going just right for Rollo Ceccon and his newly formed company, adversity was just around the corner. Early on the morning of November 10, 1954 while working at the Copper Mountain open pit mine and trucking mine waste to the ‘glory hole’ (a surface depression as a result of mining operations) Rollo experienced what many believed should have been a life ending accident. He was backing the loaded truck up to the hole when the bank gave way and the truck crashed and smashed down over two-hundred

feet of rock and debris. Now remember, this is before seat belts and roll protected truck cabs… the truck, with Rollo in it, was flattened. A fellow trucker happened upon the accident scene and reported it to the mining crews, but there were no ‘jaws-of-life’ or high angle extraction teams… it took hours to get Rollo out of the truck and back up to the surface and then to hospital in Vancouver, over 285 kilometres away. The result, hundreds of stitches, crushed vertebrae, broken bones, unconscious for Continued on page 59

The accident in 1954 at Copper Mtn.

Late summer of 1956, Rollo is still on crutches but working with his brother, seen here by the two coal trucks, a 1954 600 Ford and a 1956 Ford F800.

Rollo’s Dad poses next to the wrecked truck.

Rollo’s new 1989 Freightliner, returning from a crushing job at Sparwood. First piece of equipment is the screening plant, then the crusher. “The Freightliner was a great truck to drive.”


Page 58

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

October 2017

Winnipeg, MB • Calgary, AB 1585 Niakwa Rd., Winnipeg, MB R2J 3T3 Toll Free:

572-7045 Winnipeg & Saskatoon: 1-844-807-5800 | (888) www.quereltrailers.com www.quereltrailers.com

1585 Niakwa Rd, Winnipeg, MB R2J 3T3

WE SELL ACROSS CANADA - CALL FOR DETAILS! ak67jl

ap21zr

ai27xg

aq27eh

1972 ARNES TANDEM END DUMP 24’x102”, spring ride, 22.5 tires, steel wheels, new safety $14,500 $13,000 ai53nx

1982 WESTANK TANDEM TANKER 26,500 litre capacity, spring ride, steel wheels $13,900 af56ou

1986 FRUEHAUF STORAGE VAN W/ DETROIT 20KW GEN SET 26’, single axle, spring ride CALL ap21zp

1988 ARNES TANDEM END DUMP 24’x102”, spring ride, 22.5 tires, spoke wheels, rollover salvage CALL ak67jp

1989 ARNES TRIAXLE TROMBONE END DUMP all steel, air ride $20,000 ap48rk

1997 MIDLAND TANDEM END DUMP 25’x102”, air ride, steel wheels, 6’ spread, flip tarp $24,000 $21,000 ak99ii

2004 BEDARD STAINLESS STEEL TRIAXLE TANKER air ride, 60” spread, rear deck $22,500 ag46uj

2005 SATURN TANDEM ROLLER PAVER TRAILER air ride, air tilt, air brakes, 10,900# GVWR, $14,900 ap09rh

(2) 2007 ETNYRE TANDEM BELT TRAILERS 41’x102”, spring ride, 40” belt, Hardox interior, insulated ext., $20,000 USD ak92is

2008 CANUCK TANDEM END DUMP 28’x102”, air ride 22.5 tires, aluminum wheels, tarp CALL aj84nf

2018 TRAIL KING TANDEM AIR RIDE 2009 LOAD LIFTER QUAD AXLE 1033 cu. ft. allCAMP aluminum DROP DECK EQ.pneumatic TRAILER trailers, 3 ,hopper, 5" product to valves, 11 51’x102” deck extendable 60’-41’ x 22.5 tires and aluminum $13,900 USD rims. CALL ao76zz

2011 CANUCK TANDEM END DUMP 28’x102”, Hendrickson HT300 air ride, AR200 floor. 22.5 tires $36,000 ap88jb

2012 STARGATE TRIAXLE STIFF POLE PUP TANKER 20,000 litre capacity, 23’, 10’ tongue, spring ride, 24.5 tires, $40,000 USD aj44hd

2013 NORTH COUNTRY TRIAXLE BELLY DUMP 38’x102”, close under load, air ride, AVAILABLE FOR RENT • $46,900 an54pu

2015 MACK PINNACLE CXU613 MP8, 505 HP, M-Shift auto, 272k kms, 17’ Canuck dump box, Hardox 450, high lift air operated tailgate, $99,900 aq08pv

NEW 2018 TRAIL KING TK80 MG TRIAXLE LOWBED mech detach, air ride, air lift center axle, alum pullouts, 4 ON ORDER ab99xw

NEW 2018 CANUCK TRIAXLE SIDE DUMP 102” wide, available in 38’-42’ lengths, Hardox 450, air ride, 3 IN STOCK

NEW 2018 CANUCK SUPER B SIDE DUMP 102” wide, Hardox 450, Hendrickson Intraax 250 air ride, IN STOCK

NEW 2018 CANUCK TANDEM END DUMP Hendrickson Intraax 250 air ride, 22.5 tires, tarp, starting at $46,000

NEW 2017 CANUCK HARDOX BOX TRIAXLE END DUMP 35’x102”, Hendrickson HT300, all Hardox 450, tarp, starting at $60,000


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Page 59

Continued from page 57

ten days in Vancouver’s General Hospital… but the worst was… just over two years in a full body cast. Not able to move his upper body, how could Rollo and the fledgling Ceccon Trucking Company survive? Adversity may have taken it’s best shot! But Pappa Ceccon understood what was necessary and encouraged his oldest son to keep going and that is just what Rollo did… denying adversity its goal. When the cast came off around Christmas 1956 and he had regained some of his strength he took the insurance money from the accident and made a down payment on another truck. Ceccon Trucking was back in business with Copper Mountain Mining. Had The Worst Passed? Just when it seemed that the worst may have passed happiness showed up. On March 1st of 1957 Rollo Ceccon married Blanche, an attractive young lady he had met at the local Traveler’s Cafe. Then on March 2nd… the mine shut down. Ceccon Trucking was on the ropes again. But that raw gut determination to succeed that took the family out of Italy years earlier still prevailed. With the shutting down of Copper Mountain, materials had to be moved to other mine sites, and Ceccon Trucking did the work. The Bethlehem Copper mine (now Highland Valley Copper) east of Ashcroft, British Columbia was growing and the Ceccon boys worked there as well. The company also purchased a small backhoe and worked around Princeton and area on sewer systems, septic tanks, basements… anything that had to be dug out or moved by

truck… the Ceccon boys west of Peachland and were all over it. Sparwood, at the BC/Alberta border. They crushed Adversity Turns to and hauled the gravel for Opportunity the runway extension at Then Mother Nature’s Kelowna’s airport and adversity struck in the worked in Harrison Hot area… this time, just to Springs. As well, they conthe east of the communi- tinued their work on logty of Hope, BC. In the ging roads and highway dark, early morning hours construction pro-jects. of January 9, 1965, the It certainly was not all Hope Slide came down. smooth roads for Rollo It is the largest landslide and his family and Ceccon ever recorded in Canada Trucking. But that same and it completely covered raw determination that got Highway #3 killing four both the family and the people and displaced all business around life’s potthe water and mud in Out- holes of adversity endured. ram Lake. Ceccon Truck- Success followed. ing was the first restoration group on the eastern From Pauper to Prince? flank of the slide, arrivCould Rollo Ceccon be ing about 8:00 p.m. the called the Trucking Prince same day. (Hope based, of Princeton? After all he Emil Anderson Construc- has been named Citizen tion was was called to of the Year and honoured the western flank.) Ac- by the local Lions Club… cording to Rollo, “It was We’re not sure, but there a pretty rough site. It was does not appear to be any difficult to think where to other contenders for that begin. There was no food title. or accommodation on the All the ignition keys eastern approaches but have been turned off, the we stuck it out. It was equipment sold and Ceca huge job. We had to con Trucking shut down. bring everything in… gas Rollo is retired and still and diesel… food, a cook enjoys life with his wife house, a trailer to sleep Blanche, their two chilin, everything… and we dren and grand-children… were there for over two where? In Princeton, BC of months.” course, where he seems to In the ensuing years, know everyone and everyCeccon Trucking added one knows Rollo. b a gravel pit and crushing equipment to their fleet Ronald Mullins is a and the company could Kelowna, B.C. based be found working on mine writer/photographer and sites around southern BC, is a regular contributor to including Brenda Mine Supply Post.

New 1975 Western Star truck & trailer, Cat engine, 1693 T.A., 425 HP with Brake Saver. This truck & trailer was hauling 40 tons of copper concentrates down to the CPR railway in Princeton, a 30-mile return trip.

1980 Ready Mix LT9000 Ford Louisville

1987 Ford Louisville LT9000 truck came with 13 speed Road Ranger or Spicer transmission, 425 Cat engine, Jake brake, and 44,000 Bogies.

Tim Woolley: 250-374-3100 1875 Kryczka Place, Kamloops, BC V1S 1S4

2016 DOEPKER SUPER BTRAIN LOGGER.

MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ON

• All makes and model of commercial vehicles and trailers • Truck mounted equipment including articulated cranes, stiff boom cranes, material handlers, bucket trucks and rail gear. • Motor home chassis

CALL FOR $ Options: 24.5 wheels, 22.5 wheels, lift axles, 8’6” or 9’6” bunks, numerous bundle configurations.

MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTIONS ON TRUCKS, TRAILERS, BUSES AND VEHICLES WITH GVW MORE THAN 5500KG. MOBILE SERVICING AND ROAD SIDE ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE.

TRAILERS

www.premiumtruck.ca

2015 XL SPECIALIZED TRIAXLE

CALL FOR $ XL 80MFG Tridem 40 ton double drop. c/w 22.5 alum. wheels, 36” flip neck extension for Tri Drive or S/A Jeep, Mechanical detachable neck, Adjustable neck for 50” to 60” fifth wheel height, 25’ main deck, 14’6” rear deck.


Page 60

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

International Announces Enhanced Lonestar Truck International Truck announced major enhancements to the International LoneStar truck during National Truck Driver Appreciation Week—a flagship

truck that combines bold styling and best-in-class driver features with a number of uptime and safety enhancements. “As we honor the more

than 3.5 million professional truck drivers across America during National Driver Appreciation Week, it is fitting that we are unveiling the beloved American classic, the LoneStar with interior updates that maximize driver productivity and improve driver ergonomics and visibility,” said Michael Cancelliere, president, Truck and Parts,

Welcome KATE MALLEY Quality West Sales Inc. would like to welcome Kate Malley to our team! Kate is well known in the industry, she brings her knowledge and expertise for a wide range of product lines along with her. From gravel, to flatdeck, equipment trailers and many more, she’s got you covered! If you are looking for a NEW or USED trailer to BUY or RENT, or just want to say hello - give her a call.

Kate Malley | 587-435-3071 katem@qualitywestsales.com

403-388-7052 | qwtrailer.com 234185 Wrangler Rd. SE Rocky View County, AB

Navistar. “The LoneStar is a flagship product for International; not only is it a beautifully designed truck, it represents the best in driver pride and vehicle uptime.” With a striking, aerodynamic appearance and breakthrough functional innovations inside and out, the International LoneStar is the result of International Truck’s DriverFirst™ design philosophy. As a pioneer of Class 8 trucks called “Advanced Classics,” in which technology and innovative styling converge with nextgeneration aerodynamic design to deliver superior fuel efficiency, LoneStar also sets a higher standard for comfort – through improved ergonomics and a quiet cab. “Over the past decade drivers have come to love the iconic status of the LoneStar tractor’s exterior styling and appearance with the distinctive grille and sloped hood that were inspired by International’s D-Series trucks,” said Dave Majors, vice president, Product Development, Navistar. “Based on this feedback, we wanted to incorporate much of what

October 2017 we’ve recently learned from drivers and focus our engineering on an all-new driver-centric interior while maintaining the iconic exterior look of the truck. As a result, we’ve made major improvements to the LoneStar in vehicle uptime performance and multiple new and improved features that enhance driver appeal.” The new LoneStar is yet another signal to the industry that International Truck is focused on uptime and delivering the best trucks in the industry that drivers want to drive. Built for Maximum Uptime The LoneStar was designed with the goal of best-in-class uptime with new features that improve reliability and serviceability, as well as functionality. For example: • The new single-canister aftertreatment system is not just 60% smaller and 40% lighter, but is also simplified for quicker servicing. • The cab wiring includes all-new harnessing and an in-cab power distribution module that is inside the truck, away from the elements.

• All key service points under the hood, inside the cab and around the vehicle are ergonomically designed for easy access and servicing, and many components have been engineered with longer intervals between required maintenance. The all-new HVAC system delivers outstanding comfort and visibility. It is not only more robust and reliable, drivers will be impressed by the quick defrost functionality. During testing at a frigid 0°F, LoneStar’s best-in-class MAX defrost cleared 100% of the windshield in under 30 minutes from start-up. Fuel efficiency is increasingly important for truck owners and with the addition of the Cummins X15 engine, the contoured hood, fenders and new aerodynamic pedestal mirrors, the LoneStar is up to 3% more fuel efficient than the previous generation. The LoneStar is available in specialized ratings to dial in the ideal balance of performance and efficiency required for any on-highway operation. Continued on page 61

UNMATCHED EXCELLENCE SINCE 1944 WE UNDERSTAND YOUR TRANSPORTATION REQUIREMENTS

BUILT IN CANADA , MADE FOR CANADIANS

  

EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE OF FORESTRY & HEAVY HAUL YOU CAN DEPEND ON ! IN STOCK TRAILERS - CALL FOR DETAILS FULL LINE OF PARTS AVAILABLE

TOLL FREE: 866-657-2662 www.peerless.ca | info@peerless.ca


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Continued from page 60

LoneStar was engineered to make it easier to get maintenance and get back on the road fast. And when service is needed, count on an International dealer with expert technicians and an extensive parts inventory wherever a driver may be throughout North America. Every LoneStar can be equipped as an option with OnCommand® Connection, the company’s leadingedge remote diagnostics system and Over-the-air (OTA) programming. OTA, available through the ninepin International® LINK device, enables drivers or fleet managers to utilize a mobile interface to initiate authorized engine programming at the customer’s facility over a safe, secure Wi-Fi Connection. The service offers drivers and fleets an easy, secure means of updating engine control modules to reflect the latest manufacturer-approved calibrations, without the necessity of visiting a dealer or other service facility. Bold Styling that Makes a Statement “As a signal of our con-

tinued success in the Class 8 on-highway segment we thought it was critical to bring smart features that are all about optimizing uptime and enhancing driver appeal to the bold and stylish design of the LoneStar,” said Cancelliere. “The LoneStar rounds out our Class 8 on-highway portfolio updates and positions us well to be competitive in the market with a truck that we know drivers love to drive.” In a class of its own, the LoneStar is an ‘advanced classic’ that combines one of the most recognizable grille shapes in the trucking industry with classic exterior styling that gives owners and operators the flexibility to add lighting options to the large, chrome external air cleaners that are standard while also giving their truck a unique feel with optional full running light packages. Best-in-Class Driver Features “Now more than ever, driver retention is one of the top concerns among fleets both large and small,” said Majors. “Therefore, enhancing the LoneStar at this time with

critical driver-centric updates gives fleet operators and owners an additional tool to reward and retain drivers.” The LoneStar was engineered with the DriverFirst philosophy which actively

asked for driver input on how to improve the interior design of our trucks to better meet the needs of drivers who spend countless hours in the driver seat and cab. As a result, the LoneStar features an all-new

Page 61

ergonomically designed interior with new digital information display, a new integrated stalk shifter integrating transmission and engine brake functionality, durable and easy to clean soft touch vinyl interior,

and stylish diamond interior is standard. Drivers will notice that the doors, side glass and cab mirrors have all been redesigned to enhance visibility and ultimately helpContinued on page 63

LET K-LINE QUOTE YOUR NEXT STANDARD OR CUSTOM TRAILER!

Call K-Line For Details on Our Dual Lane Transporters!

Toll Free: 1-888-880-5544 @KLineCanada

www.klinetrailers.com

|

JAMES WESTERN STAR TRUCK & TRAILER

TRUCKS•TRAILERS•FINANCING

www.jamesws.com

CALL FOR PRICING.

$55,000

1995 CHEVROLET KODIAK, Stk# 537725 Full Crew Cab w/ Full RV Hookup, Airbrakes, 300 HP Diesel Engine.

1999 KENWORTH T800 Stk# 532345, 497,474 KMS, Tandem Tandem, N14 Cummins, 30 Ton Picker.

CALL FOR PRICING.

CALL FOR PRICING.

2013 VOLVO VNL64T730 Stk# 537195 Volvo D16 Eng., 500 HP, 370,000 KMS, I-Shift Trans., Ratio 3.21, WB 230”.

For All Our Online Inventory

WESTERN STAR 4900SB Stk# U-534871, 560HP Engine: DD16 1,665KM, Sleeper: 68”, Mounted Tremcar 22,000L.

CALL FOR PRICING.

CROSS COUNTRY SBT FLAT DECK Stk# U-536659, Steel Wheels, 2 Aluminum Tool Boxes.

NIT

RU

FE REE

2016 XL PEERLESS B-TRAIN LOGGER CALL FOR PRICING.

CROSS COUNTRY TRIDEM TAG TILT, Stk# U-536657, 3 Leaf Spring Suspension Mounted Tool Box.

CALL FOR PRICING.

2018 WESTERN STAR 4900SB Stk# U-537774, DD16 Engine, 600 HP with 2050 torque.

$189,000 2016 WESTERN STAR 4900SB Stk# U-535228, 505HP, Engine: DD15 78,080 KMS, Sleeper: 40”, 28FT Collins Insulated Van. Thermoking UT120.

CALL FOR PRICING.

2013 FREIGHTLINER CORONADO Stk# 537591, 414,000 KMS, Tandem, ISXEPA10 Cummins Eng, 36” Slide, Airliner Suspension.

Stock #P526479 Ride well Bunks: (x6) 9’6 CALL FOR PRICING. Bunks Spring Loaded Ext’s Scales: Air Neck. 2011 WESTERN 4900 SA . Williams Lake, BCSTAR

Stk# 500279 16ft 6 Nahanni CALL Gravel Box w/ 560 HP.

PRINCE GEORGE - HEAD OFFICE

WILLIAMS LAKE

FORT ST. JOHN

5239 Continental Way, Prince George, BC

50 Rose Street, Williams Lake, BC

9604 112th Street, Fort St. John, BC

Main: (250) 561-0646 Parts: (250) 561-8923 Toll Free: 1-888-830-1036

Main: (250) 392-5050 Parts: (250) 392-5058 Toll Free: 1-888-830-2191

Main: (250) 785- 7907 Toll Free: 1-888-830-9909


PHOTO ADS

Book your ad online at: www.supplypost.com/truckpost 1-800-663-4802 Our Readers Are Your Buyers

FIND MORE TRUCKS ON-LINE AT

WWW.TRUCKPOST.CA

PAGE 62 · OCTOBER 2017

WWW.TRUCKPOST.CA

2017 RAM 5500 4X4 WTW SERVICE BODY

2017 RAM 5500 4X4 SERVICE DECK

2017 RAM 5500 4X4 SERVICE BODY

2014 KENWORTH T660

COMING SOON – IN PRODUCTION

COMING SOON – IN PRODUCTION

1525 KM, 6.7 Cummins Turbo Diesel, 6 spd Aisin, 4X4, 11' Mech. Service Body, IMT 5000 lb Crane, VMac U/hood Compressor, Back Up Camera, Fleet Price $142,989 + $698 Admin Service + Taxes. Stock# 17R50975. DL#30541.

1525 KM, 6.7 Cummins Turbo Diesel, 6 spd Aisin, 11' Service Deck Body, 5005i IMT Crane, VMAC Raptair G30 Gas Compressor, Back Up Camera. Fleet Price $134,579 + $698 Adm in Service + Taxes. Stock# 17R52494. DL#30541.

1525 KM, 6.7 Cummins Turbo Diesel, 6 spd Aisin, 11' Aluminum non-crane Service Body, VMAC Raptair G30 Gas Compressor, Back Up Camera. Fleet Price $110,869 + $698 Admin Service + Taxes. Stock# 17R52491. DL#30541.

Truck has a 500Hp Paccar engine, 18 speed transmission, 3.55 gears, 40K rear axle, Studio sleeper, 920,088 kms. Contact for price.

Call Murray 1-800-946-0895 www.northlanddodge.ca

Call Murray 1-800-946-0895 www.northlanddodge.ca

Call Murray 1-800-946-0895 www.northlanddodge.ca

GREATWEST KENWORTH CALGARY

NORTHLAND CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP RAM

2013 KENWORTH W900

550 Cummins, 18 spd, 46,000 rears, 4 way lockers, 244" WB, 11R x 24.5 tires, showing approx. 315,000 orig. kms, bunk, moose bumper, alum. headache rack, tool boxes. VGC. Hudson Bay, SK. Unreserved Forestry/Farm Equipment Auction, Wed. Oct. 11 9:00 am.

CHAMPION ASSETS LTD.

Larry: 306-865-7660 · championassets.ca

NORTHLAND CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP RAM

2000 ASPEN TRIDEM LOW BED

9'6" wide, jeep, low pro rubber, alum. wheels, new BC MVI, full B tails. $69,500.

ED 250-318-8870 · equipsells17@gmail.com www.e-quiptrading.com

What Is Total Cost Of Ownership (TCO)? TCO is a measure of the total cost of purchasing and operating a product over its useful life. This calculation is critical to a business because it shows the complete financial impact when deciding on purchasing a piece of equipment. In short, the initial price tag typically does not account for the overall, longterm costs to install, utilize, maintain, upgrade and support the product over its lifetime.

For hoists and cranes, ongoing costs can be largely divided into two categories, direct and indirect costs. While the former include factors such as operating labor, maintenance, utility costs and spare parts, the latter includes unscheduled maintenance and downtime resulting from operational damage to customer products/materials. With a significant percentage of skilled JDN personnel engaged in R&D,

users of the company’s advanced hoist and crane products benefit from exceptional reliability, even in the most challenging of environments. This level of performance means that users can operate safely with the knowledge that unscheduled downtime will be minimized, increasing productivity and minimizing TCO factors. Efficiency in hoist and crane technologies is delivered through competent expertise. For instance, JDN products are purposedesigned to offer the industry’s most efficient air consumption rates per meter

COMING SOON – IN PRODUCTION

NORTHLAND CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP RAM

Call Troy direct at 403-537-2292

2013 KENWORTH T370 REEFER TRUCK

YOUR AD COULD BE HERE...

Starting at $99 per truck ad 300HP Paccar engine, 9 Speed standard, 3.91 gears, single 23K rear axle. The truck has 405,337 kms and has a 20' box. We are looking to get $59,900.

GREATWEST KENWORTH CALGARY Call Troy direct at 403-537-2292

lift, resulting in a significant contribution to minimizing operational and lifecycle costs. Reliability and yearround minimized maintenance is another inherent factor in ensuring reduced TCO. By maximizing availability through 100% operating uptime, customers can rest assured they are getting optimum value from their investment. Furthermore, when scheduled maintenance is required, JDN hoists and cranes are designed to achieve extremely short service times, helping get the product back in operation as quickly as possible.

• Full colour photo ad of your new or used truck. • Exposure to 13,000+ Supply Post Readers, and 12,000+ Online Visitors. • Starting at $99 to advertise! (per individual unit). • 45 words max.

CALL SUPPLY POST TODAY! 1-800-663-4802

Complementing reliability in the TCO equation is safety. When an operation demonstrates safe performance, it instills confidence in the operator/process owner and avoids the costs associated with potential accidents, which can go far beyond projected finance levels. To achieve inherent equipment safety, robust engineering is required, which is why JDN hoists and cranes are designed to be explosion-proof, dust-proof and humidity-proof. Flexibility is another contributory factor to low lifecycle costs. A product can be expensive if it is

not optimally matched to the application. JDN offers custom-made solutions to ensure that exact customer requirements can be met. This is backed up by choices of pneumatic or hydraulic operation, radio control and a comprehensive range of accessories. All of these considerations serve towards the minimization of TCO, which means that JDN products not only excel in terms of performance, but they are also extremely cost-effective over their full working lifetime. b Source: JD Neuhaus


October 2017

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · Our Readers Are Your Buyers

Page 63

Kenworth T370 Now Available With Factory-Installed Heavy Front Drive Axles The Kenworth T370 is now available with factory-installed 18,000-pound and 20,000-pound front drive axles. The new offering is targeted for heavy utility services, construction, municipalities, fire and rescue, and other specialty applications. The Kenworth T370 offers the Fabco FSD-18A and FSD-20A front drive axles paired with an allnew Fabco TC-548 transfer case for exceptional durability. The two front drive axles are available

with the PACCAR PX-9 engine rated up to 350 hp and 1,150 lb-ft of torque. Both models require taperleaf front springs, and are available with air or mechanical rear suspensions. Kenworth has designed the front drive axle configurations with the lowest possible cab and frame heights. This allows easier body access and permits body builder boom installations to remain under most height requirements in U.S. states and Canadian

Peterbilt And PACCAR Announce Medium Duty Fair Market Value Lease Program Peterbilt has partnered with PACCAR Financial (PFC) to offer an attractive fair market value (FMV) lease program in the United States. The program offers a Peterbilt Model 337 with a 26-foot Supreme van body on a 60-month term

Your Truck & Trailer Connection, Since 1971

extremely competitive pricing,” said Robert Woodall, Assistant General Manager – Sales and Marketing. “Customers will benefit from the reliability and durability of the Model 337 through its lightweight features and ergonomically designed interior while also maximizing their cash-flow through reduced payments.” b

with monthly payments as low as $799, depending on vehicle specifications. “The Model 337 FMV Lease program gives Peterbilt customers a great opportunity to lease the high quality Medium Duty Model 337 and take advantage of Source: Paccar

Detroit To Be Honoured As “Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working City” Freightliner Trucks announced that Detroit is the next city to be honoured as a Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working Cities award recipient. The program, which launched in 2015, recognizes cities across North America that are fuelling economic growth. The Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working Cities winners are determined by an exhaustive review of approximately 400 metropolitan census areas across 11 different key economic performance indicators, including unemployment rate, infrastructure investment, and contribution to total GDP. Detroit is the fourth city in North America for man-

provinces. In addition, the transfer case occupies frame space inside the rails from 36 to 52 inches behind back of cab, which provides clear space behind cab for body builder outrigger equipment. The transfer case includes an air activated front axle engagement switch and dash mounted indicator light, as well as a switch to control the high and low ranges in the transfer case. The T370 is available with a gross vehicle

near and dear to Freightliner because of the legendary Detroit™ engines and drivetrains that power our trucks,” said Allan Haggai, marketing communications manager, Freightliner Vocational Trucks. “In addition, Wolverine Truck Group has been a great partner of ours for many years. We’re looking forward to spending time with the people who use our work trucks to power the great things happening in the Motor City.” Since its inception, Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working Cities has recognized 10 cities across North America: Dallas, Edmonton, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Toronto and Des Moines. Freightliner will be visiting Detroit the week of October 9 for job site visits, a customer tour of the Detroit engine plant, and onsite celebration, including a press event scheduled for Oct. 11. To learn more about Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working Cities, visit HardestWorkingCities.com. b

ufacturing employment. It is also among: • The top 10 percent of cities for heavy and tractortrailer truck drivers and light truck and delivery • The top 10 percent of cities for number of transportation establishments • The top 15 percent of cities for contribution to U.S. GDP • The top 20 percent of cities for construction employment The data review shows a strong correlation between work truck sales and thriving local economies, so as part of this program, Freightliner Trucks will visit work sites around Detroit with pop-up food and gift events to thank workers for their contributions. To date, Freightliner has visited dozens of job sites and thanked hundreds of workers, from contractors shaping their local landscapes to concrete professionals repairing roadways. “The city of Detroit is Source: Daimler

weight rating (GVWR) of up to 66,000 pounds, and can be specified with manual, automated or automatic transmissions. The Kenworth T370 is already available in 4x4 and 6x6 configurations with axle ratings from 10,000 pounds to 16,000 pounds. “The addition of the heavier 18,000-pound and 20,000-pound front drive axles expands the T370’s already excellent reputation for being a vocational workhorse,” said Kurt Swihart, Kenworth marketing director. “The

PACCAR PX-9 offers excellent power in a smaller package to move more weight. When combined with the higher-capacity front axles, customers can benefit from more of the payload’s weight

shifted to the front axle, while still taking advantage of the T370’s short, 109-inch BBC (bumperto-back-of-cab) measurement.” b Source: Kenworth

Continued from page 61

ing to reduce neck strain and fatigue over the long haul. Central to the advances of the International LoneStar are advanced driver assistance systems that support safety and efficiency goals and pave the way for additional customerselected options. LoneStar comes with Bendix Wingman Advanced Collision Mitigation system standard and is also available with the optional Bendix Wingman Fusion. Additional safety features include improved side visibility and RollTek seats which all make the LoneStar one of the safest trucks on the road. The LoneStar is available in a variety of specifications: Day Cab, 56” Low Roof Sleeper, 56” Hi-Rise Sleeper, 73” Hi-Rise Sleeper, and 73” Sky-Rise Sleeper. The company is taking orders today and will begin market availability of the trucks is December 2017. For more information visit www.internationaltrucks. com/LoneStar. b Source: Navistar

8’6’ thru 10’6”

Maximize Payload • High Strength Swedish Steel • One piece or folding stakes • Bolted Band Clamps allow any frame rail width • Durable factory Powder Coated paint • Factory order option with Magnum Trailer

Prince George, BC

Call 877.563.8899 or 250.563.8899

www.prolenc.com


Page 64

Supply Post Western Canada Edition · supplypost.com

October 2017

OCEAN TRAILER IS WESTERN CANADA’S TRAILER SPECIALIST. SPECIAL PEOPLE CREATING EXCEPTIONAL PLACES.

UTILITY & REEFERS

SALES

|

RENTALS

|

SERVICE

|

PARTS

Wilson Quad Flats

Wilson Super B Grain Trailer

Dry Van

Fontaine All Aluminum Flat

Fontaine Double Drop

Wilson Tridem Step Deck

New All Steel Tridem, Flats & Steps.

Super B Flats

TITAN TRAILERS

SUPER B GRAIN TRAILERS

TITAN WALKING FLOOR TRAILERS

Delta (800) 891-8858

Nanaimo - now open (877) 878-5979

Edmonton (800) 610-1019

Calgary (877) 720-7171

WWW.OCEANTRAILER.COM

Winnipeg (866) 397-5524


Unreserved public equipment auctions

68 0+

WH EE LL OA DE RS

CR AW LE RT RA CT OR S

36 0+

* Fast, flexible financing available – up to 100%, $0 down

2008 Caterpillar D8T | Chilliwack

2014 & 2013 Komatsu WA320-7 | Grande Prairie

2 – 2012 Caterpillar 160M2 AWD VHP Plus | Edmonton

CR AW LE RL OA DE RS

35 +

MO TO RG RA DE RS

22 5+

2012 Caterpillar D5K LGP Series II | Grande Prairie

80 0+

HY DR AU LIC EX CA VA TO RS

2008 Caterpillar 160M | Chilliwack

2004 Caterpillar 973C | Winnipeg

2008 Hitachi ZX270LC-3 | Winnipeg

2014 Caterpillar 314EL CR | Grande Prairie

50,135+ items in 120+ auctions including Grande Prairie, AB Winnipeg, MB Chilliwack, BC Thunder Bay, ON Edmonton, AB Prince George, BC

Oct 4–5 Oct 5 Oct 11 Oct 18 Oct 24–26 Nov 16

Bid in person or online ▸ ▸ ▸ ▸

No minimum bids or reserves Test and inspect on-site Open to the public Free registration

Financing & leasing

Up to 100% financing, with no money down.

More items added daily

Call about selling: 1.800.211.3983

See complete listings at rbauction.com Auction Company License #303043, MV Dealer #10539, MV Dealer No. 4585592, MV Dealer #10541 OAC. Terms & conditions apply. See rbauction.com/financing.

Supply Post West October 2017  

October 2017 Supply Post Newspaper Western Canada edition