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Binder Machinery Holds Wirtgen, Hamm, Vögele New

Tue April 20, 2010 - Northeast Edition
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Brian Lind (L), Binder Machinery technician, explains the three selectable engine speeds of this Wirtgen W 210 to John DeLuca, co-owner of A. DeLuca Paving of New Providence, N.J.
Brian Lind (L), Binder Machinery technician, explains the three selectable engine speeds of this Wirtgen W 210 to John DeLuca, co-owner of A. DeLuca Paving of New Providence, N.J.
Brian Lind (L), Binder Machinery technician, explains the three selectable engine speeds of this Wirtgen W 210 to John DeLuca, co-owner of A. DeLuca Paving of New Providence, N.J. John Minick (L) of PMC Paving Materials & Construction Company, Roselle, N.J., was the winner of five Wirtgen, Hamm and Vögele die-cast models. Here, he stands for a victory shot with Binder Machinery President and COO Brendan Binder. Binder Machinery Sales Representative Harry Rice (third from L) holds court with Alex Gurlea (L), shop foreman; Aaron Weiner (second from L), technician; and Kevin Lenover, general manager, all of Stavola Companies. Paul Spatz (C) of V.A. Spatz & Sons, Berkeley Heights, N.J., was the lucky winner of a pallet of milling teeth during Binder Machinery’s Wirtgen, Hamm and Vögele new product introduction event. Here, he stands with Binder Machinery President an Owl Contracting of Kenvil, N.J., recently purchased this Wirtgen W 200 from Binder Machinery. The Owl Contracting crew poses for a shot in front of their new miller during Binder’s Wirtgen, Hamm and Vögele new product event. (L-R) are Brian McN Shawn Mulvenna, product support representative of Binder Machinery, also doubled as the event’s head barbecue chef. Binder Machinery held a Wirtgen, Hamm and Vögele new product introduction event April 8 at its headquarters in South Plainfield, N.J. Prior to the start of the event, Wirtgen millers stand ready to draw the attention of New Jersey and New York paving contractors. During Binder Machinery’s recent Wirtgen, Hamm and Vogele product event, customers were provided with an opportunity to learn how these paving products can help them do their jobs more efficiently and cost-effectively. Customers gave rave reviews for the delicious food Binder Machinery provided during its Wirtgen, Hamm and Vögele product event. (L-R): Bill Kretschmer III, sales representative, and Rudy Martinez, product support representative, both of Binder Machinery; have dinner with Brian Thompson, Tim Boresow and Tom Oshea, all of New York Asphalt. Greeting and registering guests (L-R) are Binder Machinery’s Karen Steingart, Kim Voorhees, Karla Rodriguez and Alba Rodriguez. (L-R, clockwise around table): Todd Yazuilan, Wells Fargo; John Leslie, J.H. Reid, South Plainfield, N.J.; Bill Morrison of Binder Machinery; Gary Eosso, Eosso Brothers, Hazlet, N.J.; Joe Rose, and Frank Rose of Just Paving LLC, Bayville, N.J.; and Mike M Tom Alber (L) of J. Manzo and Chris Acquaviva of Manzo Maroba, Matawan, N.J., check out this Vögele Vision 5200-2 paver.

Binder Machinery held a Wirtgen, Hamm and Vögele new product introduction event April 8 at its headquarters in South Plainfield, N.J.

Contractors from around New Jersey stopped by Binder Machinery for a barbecue dinner cooked up by Binder Product Support Representative, Shawn Mulvenna, and to learn about all the innovations and benefits of the latest Wirtgen, Hamm and Vögele paving, milling and compaction equipment.

After dinner, held outside on a warm, sunny spring afternoon, Binder Machinery President and COO Brendan Binder announced door prize winners. John Minick of PMC Paving Materials & Construction Company, Roselle, N.J., was the winner of five Wirtgen, Hamm and Vögele die-cast models, and Paul Spatz of V.A. Spatz & Sons, Berkeley Heights, N.J., was the lucky winner of a pallet of milling teeth, courtesy of Wirtgen America.

Then came the new product introductions. Jeff Wiley, vice president of sales of Wirtgen America, led off discussing Wirtgen W 210, W 200, W 60 and W 120F cold milling machines. Both the W 200 and W 210 boast three selectable engine speeds. The W 210 features a fuel-saving drive concept with twin diesel engines.

Nars Narsingh, Vögele manager of commercial support and development, showcased Vision 5100-2 and 5200-2 pavers. The 8-ft. (2.4 m) class tracked 5100-2 is designed for a wide variety of applications, including medium-scale highways and heavy highway construction. The tracked 5200-2 is designed for high pave speeds. Its rubber tracks in conjunction with highly efficient drive units allow the machine to pave at speeds up to 76 m/min.

David Salzmann, district sales manager of Wirtgen America, presented Hamm HD+ 120 and HD+ 140 high frequency rollers and the HD+ 120 oscillation roller. These rollers feature ergonomic driver’s seats with two multifunction control levers and sport turbo-diesel engines with high performance and low noise level.

All speakers were available for questions and answers following the presentations.

With the abundance of upcoming paving jobs available across New Jersey, many attendees said after the event that they were provided with clear paving equipment options for projects they may be involved with in the near future.

For more information, call 908/561-9000, or visit www.bindermachinery.com.