Larry Keach, territory manager of Bomag Americas Inc., has announced that Ruffridge-Johnson Equipment Company Inc. is now the authorized Bomag road building equipment distributor throughout the majority of Minnesota.
With the exception of the far northwestern and extreme southwestern counties of the state, Ruffridge-Johnson specializes in the sale, rental and parts and service support of Bomag's broad road building line of milling machines, Cedarapids asphalt pavers, CMI RS and Bomag MPH Series of reclaimer/stabilizers, light and heavy tandem and combination rollers, and pneumatic tired rollers.
“True asphalt specialists, Ruffridge-Johnson offers a wealth of asphalt equipment experience for the customer,” said John Hood, director of sales, heavy equipment for Bomag Americas Inc. “Anytime Bomag can partner with this type of dedicated distributor, it's a win for both companies and the contractors in the territory.” Keach added, “They have been in the asphalt business for years and a Cedarapids paving equipment distributor for decades, so they understand the paving business.”
From asphalt rehabilitation to paving to compaction, Ruffridge-Johnson is now a one-stop shop for Bomag asphalt equipment. For the rehabilitation contractor, the line includes a range of high-performance utility and half-lane milling machines, offering cutting widths from 11.8 to 98.4 in. (300 to 2,500 mm) with power classes ranging from 125 to 590 hp (92 to 440 kW). Regardless of whether the customer needs a machine that excels in road reclamation or soil stabilization, Ruffridge-Johnson has the solution in both the CMI RS and Bomag MPH Series of reclaimer/stabilizers that offers power ratings from 360 to 950 hp (268 to 730 kW), cutting widths from 96 to 120 in.