Fairchild JCB Debuts New Shop at Annual Demo Day

Thu August 29, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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Getting some stick time in the JCB 8085 excavator is Jake Schuh of Landscape Construction Systems.
Getting some stick time in the JCB 8085 excavator is Jake Schuh of Landscape Construction Systems.
Getting some stick time in the JCB 8085 excavator is Jake Schuh of Landscape Construction Systems. Getting some stick time in the JCB 8085 excavator is Jake Schuh of Landscape Construction Systems. Jeff Demuri of the Florence County Highway Department does some dozer work with the JCB 320T compact track loader. Future contractor Trevor Englebert checks out all the cool stuff inside the cab of this JCB 8085 compact excavator. Fairchild JCB Account Manager Dan Peters welcomes Joel Cornell and Terry Zabel, both of Georgia Pacific, to the demo days. (L-R): Joe Witynski, Florence County Highway; Pat Smith, Florence County Foresty; and Travis Englebert, Fairchild Equipment and his son Trevor in front of the JCB 411 tool carrier. Gary Fairchild (L), president of Fairchild Equipment and Ron Fritsch, owner Fritsch Equipment Corp. Chad Fairchild ( C), general manager of construction, Fairchild JCB, gives a tour of the new JCB shop to Steve Belongia (L) and Bruce Van Haren, both of Green Bay Converting. Braun Cox (L), service manager, and Dan Guerndt, parts manager.

Fairchild JCB invited customers to its Annual Demo Days Event and the debut of its new JCB shop on August 22, in Green Bay, Wis.

Attendees had the opportunity to take a tour of the new building, which is located at 711 Hinkle St., that is now home to the JCB shop and parts department, as well as JCB equipment.