Efficiency Production, Michigan CAT to Host Expo in Mason

Wed April 29, 2009 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

In cooperation with Michigan CAT, Efficiency Production Inc. will host its first Michigan Underground Utility Expo. The event will occur on May 8 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Efficiency Production’s corporate headquarters in Mason, Mich. This event is designed specifically for underground utility contractors.

A select group of underground related venders and suppliers will be on hand to answer any questions on “what’s new” in the underground industry, including Crystal Flash Energy, Michigan Pipe and Valve, and others.

Special equipment demonstrations and clinics will include:

• Slide Rail Systems: Use and Bottom-Line Benefits

• Michigan CAT’s New GPS-Assisted “M” Series Motorgrader Simulator

• Vertical Hydraulic Shores: Dispelling the “Michigan Myth”

• Crane Simulations, presented by Operating Engineers 324

• Conveyor Systems, presented by Conveyors of Flint

• Inner Shield Liners: Doing More with Less

This event is free. Rounding out the day’s fun will be free food, door prizes, and raffles.

“Participants will see vendors and suppliers that service their business, and equipment demonstrations and new technology that can benefit them,” said Ken Forsberg, Efficiency Production’s president.

Michigan CAT is headquartered in Novi, Mich. Its seven statewide locations provide sales of new and used equipment, rental, parts and service solutions for the paving, earthmoving, landscaping, power systems, trucking and industrial equipment industries. The company’s product offerings include Caterpillar and other allied brands.

Efficiency Production Inc. is a manufacturer of trench shielding and shoring equipment such as “trench boxes” and vertical hydraulic shores. Efficiency’s manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters are located at 685 Hull Road, in Mason, Mich.

For more information or to register for the 2009 Michigan Underground Utility Expo, call 517/676-8800 or visit www.efficiencyproduction.com.

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