Brandeis Appoints Robert Krutsinger Vice President
Brandeis Machinery & Supply Company has announced the appointment of Robert Krutsinger as vice president, corporate coal sales manager.
Krutsinger joined the Brandeis Corbin branch in February 2002 as a construction sales representative.
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Erb Equipment Celebrates 70 Years With Open House
Erb Equipment company, a family-owned John Deere construction equipment business, celebrated its 70 years of business on Nov. 7 with an open house at its headquarters in Fenton, Mo.
The open house featured Erb's longstanding history, as well as great food and prizes for its customers.
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US Home Construction Drops 2.8 Percent in October
WASHINGTON (AP) - Construction of new homes fell slightly in October after a big surge in the previous month, but the weakness was largely driven by the volatile apartment sector.
Builders started construction at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.
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Equipment Leasing and Finance Industry Confidence at Six-Month High
The Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation (the Foundation) released the November 2014 Monthly Confidence Index for the Equipment Finance Industry (MCI-EFI). Designed to collect leadership data, the index reports a qualitative assessment of both the prevailing business conditions and expectations for the future as reported by key executives from the $903 billion equipment finance sector.
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Case Welcomes Dave Garton, Wayne Harriman to Strategic Accounts Team as Rental Demand Grows
Case Construction Equipment has added Dave Garton and Wayne Harriman to its strategic accounts team, both in the role of manager — rental accounts.
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Luby Equipment Acquires H Edwards Equipment Assets
Luby Equipment Services has announced that the company has acquired the assets of H Edwards Equipment, which had been the Click to Read More | Luby Equipment Acquires H Edwards Equipment Assets
Roadside Ditches Are Not 'Waters of the United States,' ARTBA tells EPA, Corps
The potential delays and increased costs that would result from extending federal authority to cover roadside ditches would divert resources from timely maintenance activities and potentially threaten the role ditches play in promoting roadway safety, according to the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA).
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Campus Sports Complex Beats Rain to Finish Line
Last spring, students and teaching staff left the campus of the University of Northwestern in St. Paul, Minn., with a demolished sports complex and heavy equipment running 12 hours a day digging deep into the ground.
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Illinois Contributes $10M More to I-74 Bridge
Illinois officials have announced the state will contribute an additional $10 million for road improvements on an interstate bridge project.
Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn and Democratic Rep. Cheri Bustos, both up for re-election shared the plan Oct.
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$10.2B Needed for Roads Over 20 Years
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) The Nebraska Department of Roads has identified $10.2 billion in projects that it said are needed over the next 20 years, according to a report released Nov. 10.
Lawmakers were given the report during a joint legislative committee hearing to review the state's long-term roads funding needs.
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Boyd Co. Opens New Headquarters
Boyd Company, the parent company of Whayne Supply, recently opened its new company support center in Louisville, Ky.
“The investment in the building represents a long-term business decision that will assist all our companies to continue to grow and be successful in the future,” said Monty L.
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Archer Introduces Work Horse Diamond Blades
Archer Products Inc. has introduced its latest line of USA Made diamond blades with the Work Horse high speed diamond blade. With .125 segment width/.475 height, a thicker core and laser welded segments the Work Horse diamond blades are a heavy duty alternative for low to mid cost imported products, according to the manufacturer.
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Cat D6T Dozer Delivers Powerful Performance, Fine Grading Control
The Cat D6T dozer delivers both the power needed for heavy dozing applications and the fine control for finish grading — all in one machine. The latest D6T model, updated to meet U.S. EPA Tier IV Final emissions standards, retains its versatile performance and adds new features to enhance ease of operation, fuel/fluid efficiency and ease of service.
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D8T Dozer Delivers Production, Versatility
The Cat D8T dozer has a long history of high productivity and outstanding versatility. With maximum net power of 312 hp (233 kW) produced by the Cat C15 ACERT engine, and a weight of 86,900 lb. (39,420 kg), the D8T excels across a wide range of tasks — production dozing, ripping, scraper work and land clearing to finish grading.
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Doosan Expands Heavy Equipment Lineup With Three Tier IV-Compliant Crawler Excavators
Doosan has added to its Tier IV compliant crawler excavator lineup with the DX420LC-5, DX490LC-5 and DX530LC-5.
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Cat 825K Combines Massive Strength With Intelligence and Efficiency
The new four-drum Cat 825K compactor incorporates Caterpillar's machine drive power (MDP) system — an exclusive feature that enables operators to consistently attain compaction specifications with minimal passes, yielding low operating costs by saving time, fuel, rework expense and machine hours.
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Aluma UT10-UT12 UTV Trailers
Aluma UTV trailers are ideal for UTV hauling, as well as additional hauling applications. The UT10-UT12 models feature a 63- by 57-in. (160 by 145 cm) ramp, 14-in. (35.5 cm) aluminum wheels, a 24-in.
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Talbert Debuts New 4050TA Trailer at 2014 American Towman Exposition
The new 4050TA, the latest addition to Talbert Manufacturing's traveling axle series, is ideal for haulers who need the flexibility of a California-legal trailer with a lower deck height to clear bridges and tunnels when transporting taller equipment.
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Pittsfield Lawn & Tractor Continues to Grow Due to Diverse Partnerships
Pittsfield Lawn & Tractor was founded in 1986 by Albert, Andy and Richard Wojtkowski, three brothers in their late teens and early twenties from Pittsfield, Mass. The business took flight in their father's old milk processing plant, which is where the company still operates today.
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Mass. Casinos Spend $14M to Defeat Repeal Question
BOSTON (AP) Groups seeking to promote or defeat this year's four ballot questions spent over $28 million, far more than any previous election, according to campaign finance reports filed after election day.
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Vermont Bridge Cracking
STOWE, Vt. (AP) A new bridge installed this summer just south of Stowe village is showing big cracks in its concrete beams, and a crew was on the scene Oct. 30 to patch them with epoxy.
Phil Harrington, the Agency of Transportation engineer in charge, said the bridge on Vermont Route 100 would be checked again in the spring to see how well the fixes are working.
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More Than 500 Bidders Participate in North Country Auction Sale
More than 500 bidders, from all over the United States and Canada and 112 more online from as far away as the Middle East, South America and Nigeria, bid on a vast array of heavy iron equipment, excavators, large trucks, classic cars and more at North Country Auctions's Oct.
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Northeast Cat Dealer Opens Dedicated Learning Center
Officials at Milton CAT, the Northeast and upstate New York Caterpillar Dealer, announced the opening of a complete training center at its Milford, Mass., campus. According to the manager of technician training, Josh Gaynor, “The company has made significant investment into a facility that will give our trainers an ideal environment for both comprehensive and safe instruction.
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George Harms Construction Receives Key to First 972M Medium Wheel Loader
Earlier this year, George Harms Construction Company Inc., Howell, N.J., visited the Caterpillar Aurora facility to receive the key to the first 972M medium wheel loader (MWL). The purchase is among the first Tier IV final machine sales in Caterpillar history.
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Foley Inc. Announces Ryan Foley as New President
Jamie Foley, chief executive officer of Foley Incorporated, announced that Ryan Foley, formerly vice president of Foley Rents, has been promoted to president of the company effective immediately.
Ryan Foley began his career at Foley Inc.
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Mellott Co. Appoints Talbot as New Chief Operating Officer
Mellott Company announced the appointment of Jason Talbot to the position of executive vice president and chief operating officer. He brings to Mellott Company 15 years of successful experience in engineering, manufacturing, sales and application of quarrying and mining equipment.
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More Than 1,500 Bidders Participate in Ritchie Bros. Auction
More than 1,500 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers' multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction in Pittsburgh, Pa., on Nov. 6.
Bidders came from 40 countries, including 49 U.
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Milton CAT Demofest Offers Chance to Get Behind the Controls
Attendees of the Milton CAT Demofest in Batavia, N.Y., on Oct. 16 had the chance to get behind the controls of a variety of heavy equipment, including wheel loaders, backhoe loaders, mini-excavators, compact track loaders and trucks.
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Felling Trailers Celebrates 40 Years With Weekend of Events
Felling Trailers recently hosted two events at its Sauk Centre, Minn., location.
To celebrate its 40th anniversary, a community open house with lunch was held on Oct. 24. On Oct. 25, the Statewide Tour of Manufacturing and an employee/family open house were held.
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Fontaine Introduces New Line of Heavy Load Trailers
Fontaine Heavy-Haul, a recognized technology leader and innovator in the lowbed trailer industry, is introducing a new line of trailers that carry heavy loads in a light-weight package — the Fontaine Magnitude 60 Class.
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Talbert Provides Colossal Solution for Bill Miller Equipment
It started as a one-man show in one of the hottest mining regions in the United States. Young Bill Miller would pull old parts from local mines and stone quarries out of his father's scrapyard, and at one point he dismantled a Caterpillar D9G by himself.
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WITZCO Thrives for More Than 70 Years
For three generations over the past 76 years, WITZCO Challenger trailers have been manufactured with the promise of excellence. How can a business last for more than seven decades and continue to be successful?
WITZCO Trailers Inc.
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Towmaster T-110DTG Offers Detachable Gooseneck
Towmaster's T-110DTG detachable gooseneck trailer is made for hauling large, heavy equipment.
This series includes a main frame construction with T-1 steel, non-ground bearing gooseneck, 10-in.
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SITECH Metro Northeast Holds Open House at H.O. Penn
SITECH Metro Northeast LLC gave Long Island contractors a hands-on opportunity to test the latest in excavating technology at an open house held Oct. 23 at H.O. Penn Machinery's Holtsville, N.Y.
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WVU Expands With $250M Worth of Projects
West Virginia University in Morgantown, W.Va., is currently in the middle of spending more than $250 million on construction for campus academic buildings. The first new building, the Health and Education Building, opened on July 1, 2014.
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Rogers Trailer Offers Multiple Configurations
Anchor36 Trucking LLC, located in Kenner, La., specializes in transporting oversize, overweight and difficult loads. In order to maximize its ability to haul a wide variety of specialized loads, Courtney Brauninger, president and co-founder of the company, approached Rogers Brothers Corporation with a request for a design that would allow it to reconfigure a single trailer for multiple purposes.
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