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Wed October 17, 2012 - Southeast Edition
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Talking about Takeuchi excavators (L-R) are Trey Banks of Banks Construction in Charleston; Perry Mills Jr., Carolina Crawler; and John Vranches and Steve Southerland, both of Takeuchi.
Talking about Takeuchi excavators (L-R) are Trey Banks of Banks Construction in Charleston; Perry Mills Jr., Carolina Crawler; and John Vranches and Steve Southerland, both of Takeuchi.
Talking about Takeuchi excavators (L-R) are Trey Banks of Banks Construction in Charleston; Perry Mills Jr., Carolina Crawler; and John Vranches and Steve Southerland, both of Takeuchi. (L-R) are Dale McLemore of Takeuchi; Scott Fennell and John Chapman, both of Carolina Waste & Recycling in Charleston; and Perry Mills, host of the event. (L-R): Rick Mixson and Michael Tucker, both of Landmark Construction in North Charleston, and Perry Mills are gathered around one of several new Takeuchi machines purchased by Landmark Construction. Checking out the engine and various components of the Takeuchi TB285 excavator are Louis Limehouse (L) and Heyward King, both of Banks Construction in North Charleston.

Carolina Crawler hosted an open house Oct. 4 at its North Charleston facility.

Many area contractors attended the event to see the latest offerings from Takeuchi, a product Carolina Crawler took on recently. Many of the Takeuchi products were on display for the guests to look over and representatives from Takeuchi were on hand to answer questions.