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Atlas Copco, Dynapac Showcase Paving Equipment Lineup at Knoxville Event

Mon January 09, 2012 - Southeast Edition
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Ricardo Perez (R), Dynapac, goes over a few of the features and benefits of the Dynapac CC384HF roller with Lindsay Cavender, The Rogers Group Inc., Knoxville, Tenn.
Ricardo Perez (R), Dynapac, goes over a few of the features and benefits of the Dynapac CC384HF roller with Lindsay Cavender, The Rogers Group Inc., Knoxville, Tenn.
Ricardo Perez (R), Dynapac, goes over a few of the features and benefits of the Dynapac CC384HF roller with Lindsay Cavender, The Rogers Group Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. (L-R): Ricardo Perez, Dynapac; Andrew Andre, Atlas Copco; Doyle Ball and Joe Malone, both of Charles Blalock, Sevierville, Tenn.; and Jeff Akans, Harrison Construction, Knoxville, Tenn., discuss Dynapac’s patented outboard auger design. (L-R): Sheri Flatford, Robert Hill and Gary Loflin, all of Harrison Construction, Knoxville, Tenn., came to the open house to get a closer look at the Dynapac paving and compaction products. Gary Morris (L), Carlson Paving Products, and Warren Legg, Dynapac; talked to area contractors about the benefits of the Dynapac paving products. (L-R): Jay Proulx, Claiborne Hauling, Knoxville, Tenn.; Lindsay Cavender, The Rogers Group Inc., Knoxville, Tenn.; Gary Morris, Carlson Paving Products; Warren Legg, Dynapac; admire the Carlson CP90 paver, which features an electrically heated screed. Attending the event (L-R) are Lindsay Cavender, The Rogers Group Inc., Knoxville, Tenn.; Gary Hibben and Bruce Lynn both of Highway Markings, Knoxville, Tenn., and Kenneth Long, Atlas Copco and Dynapac Product Support. Dynapac Paving Products on display at the open house for the many area contractors to look over. Dynapac compaction products are well designed and engineered to last.

Atlas Copco and Dynapac jointly hosted an open house in Knoxville, Tenn. The F1000W 10-ft. wheeled paver, the full line of tandem vibratory compactors and the CA362 single drum soil compactor were spotlighted at the event.

Warren Legg, Atlas Copco Knoxville branch manager, reported that the turnout at his store included a mix of large and small contractors, as well as utility contractors, many of whom came straight to the store from the job site.

“Road construction is nothing new to us,” Legg said. “We have staff here that have experience in this market that pre-dates Atlas Copco’s purchase of Ingersoll Rand’s Drilling Solutions Division.”

Andrew Andre, Atlas Copco’s regional manager for the Southeastern U.S., said, “We greatly appreciated the time contractors took to attend these events. Our open houses were very timely to re-introduce Dynapac road machinery products in these markets where our support may have been a little inconsistent in the past. The Dynapac line today looks a lot different than it did even a few years ago … and we received great customer feedback on this at these open houses.”