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Austin Miller Joins Roadtec Rebuild

Thu October 29, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Roadtec Rebuild welcomes Austin Miller as its new representative in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, and Nebraska. In his new role Miller will work with contractors looking to rebuild their pavers, cold planers, material transfer vehicles and soil stabilizers to maximize their return on investment.

Rick Stone, Roadtec Rebuild Manager, said “We are fortunate to be able to add such an experienced individual to our team. Before joining us here at Roadtec Austin had worked as equipment manager for a large contractor in Missouri for a number of years, so he understand the customer’s point of view. He also has held supervisory and managerial positions in the service departments of construction equipment manufacturers. Austin will bring great depth of experience to our customers, which should serve them very well.”

Roadtec Rebuild offers completely customized programs. After a thorough inspection, customers are quoted several combinations of repairs and upgrades from which they can choose, up to and including a complete rebuild. All work will be done by Roadtec-certified technicians at any of the company’s rebuild facilities, or at the customer’s shop.

Roadtec is headquartered in Chattanooga, Tenn. In addition to providing rebuild services Roadtec manufactures a complete line of cold planers, material transfer vehicles, and soil stabilizers. Roadtec also is a major supplier of parts for its own as well as many other brands of road building equipment.

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