American State Equipment Reenters the Asphalt Paving Market in Wisconsin, Michigan.

American State Equipment Co. is a family owned company operated by the third generation of the Kraut family.

📅   Wed August 10, 2016 - Midwest Edition
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Roadtec has also become an industry leader in asphalt pavers, road milling machines, sweepers and soil stabilizers.
Roadtec has also become an industry leader in asphalt pavers, road milling machines, sweepers and soil stabilizers.
Roadtec has also become an industry leader in asphalt pavers, road milling machines, sweepers and soil stabilizers. In addition to offering a full line of commercial asphalt pavers, Mauldin also manufactures oil distributors, tack tanks, motor graders, and rollers. American State Equipment Co. is a family owned company operated by the third generation of the Kraut family. Sakai soil rollers ranging from a drum width of 54” to 84” will be available to customers for rental, as well as for sale. As always, American State Equipment will have the parts and service knowledge on-site, ready to support Sakai customers in Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

American State Equipment (ASE) announced it now offers a complete product line of asphalt paving and compaction equipment. With the addition of the full line of Roadtec products, Mauldin commercial-size asphalt paving products, and Sakai asphalt and soil compaction equipment, the company is well equipped to serve the asphalt paving market.

Roadtec is the premier American manufacturer of asphalt roadbuilding equipment. Probably best known for the revolutionary Shuttle Buggy material transfer vehicle, Roadtec has also become an industry leader in asphalt pavers, road milling machines, sweepers and soil stabilizers. Roadtec markets and services this equipment worldwide through a vast network of sales managers and dealers.

Mauldin commercial asphalt pavers, known for innovative screed technology including best-in- class screed weights and head-of-material control, are designed to output high quality mat surfaces and achieve superior production rates. In addition to offering a full line of commercial asphalt pavers, Mauldin also manufactures oil distributors, tack tanks, motor graders, and rollers.

Sakai soil rollers ranging from a drum width of 54” to 84” will be available to customers for rental, as well as for sale. Also available is the entire line-up of high-frequency double drum rollers ranging from 36” to 84”, and the light compaction equipment line. As always, American State Equipment will have the parts and service knowledge on-site, ready to support Sakai customers in Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Denver Weinstiger, Vice President of Sales and Product Support for Sakai America, states “We're extremely excited to team up with the American State brand. For nearly sixty years they have been known for providing outstanding technical product service and parts support. We have seen this commitment up close working with their subsidiary, Finkbiner Equipment, and could

not be more pleased with our relationship.”

By including these product lines, ASE is now positioned as the only dealer in the region to offer a full line of earthmoving, demolition, material handling, cranes and lift, deep foundation, crushing and screening, concrete and asphalt paving, compaction and concrete technology equipment from leading manufacturers in the industry, according to the company.

“The addition of highway and commercial asphalt paving and compaction equipment, combined with American State's existing product lines and comprehensive parts and service support, reinforces our brand promise as The Equipment People” said Tim Kraut, President and Chief Operating Officer of American State Equipment Co. “We are very excited to be representing Roadtec, Sakai and Mauldin and look forward to our mutual success with these product lines.”

American State Equipment Co. is a family owned company operated by the third generation of the Kraut family. Established in Milwaukee in 1957, the dealership has served some of the largest cities in the Midwest for 59 years. American State Equipment operates five branches in the Midwest (Milwaukee, Wausau, Little Chute, Minneapolis/St Paul and Duluth) and owns Finkbiner Equipment Company, a subsidiary located in Chicago, IL.

For more information about American State Equipment's complete equipment line, visit www.amstate.com.