Equipment East Displays Doosan at VMHA 2014 in Barre
The Equipment East team displayed the Doosan for all the cities, towns and political sub-divisions at the event.
Wed August 27, 2014 - Northeast Edition Construction Equipment Guide
Equipment East showcased a Doosan excavator at the 32nd Annual Vermont Municipal Highway Association Equipment Show and Field Day at the Barre Municipal Civic Center in Barre, Vt. The excavator on display was the DX140W.
The Equipment East team displayed the Doosan for all the cities, towns and political sub-divisions at the event. The DX140W is a multi-purpose machine, presented on a wheeled platform, thus making it an ideal piece for any town. Staff fielded several inquiries and numerous demo requests.
The unit presented at the show obliged spectators’ requests for demos when the show was over. The machine remains making the demo rounds in the state of Vermont throughout the 2014 construction season.
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