Hayden-Murphy Equipment Opens New Twin Ports Facility

Wed July 07, 2021 - Midwest Edition #14
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Hayden-Murphy Equipment Company hosted an open house on June 24 at its new Twin Ports facility — 329 2nd St., Industrial Building 145 — in Proctor, Minn. In addition to being able to see the latest in the line-up of equipment, guests were treated to lunch, door prizes and a chance to win a $2,000 equipment rental voucher. Winners of the voucher were Lee Maske of BNSF and Dan Kiminski of KGM.

Don Knackstedt, president of Hayden-Murphy, is excited about the new location.

"The large yard, rental and sales possibilities in this area are growing. There is a need for equipment in the mining, forestry and aggregate sectors in this area," he said. "We also have some really great people that will be working here."

Customers were able to speak with manufacturer representatives, as well as meet the new staff of Hayden-Murphy, Twin Ports.

"We look forward to working with people in this area," said Mike Myslicki, sales representative. "We can't wait to get out there and show people what we have to offer."

Hayden-Murphy carried equipment for sale or for rent from Manitowoc, Grove, Shuttlelift, Manitou, Link-Belt, GOMACO, Allied Construction Products, Wirtgen, Vogele, Hamm, Kleemann, Rammer and Terex Fuchs Material Handlers.

For more information, visit hayden-murphy.com.

(All photographs in this article are Copyright 2021 Construction Equipment Guide. All Rights Reserved.) CEG

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In this Hamm roller are future equipment operators, Ryder and Hayley Hietala. Jake Hietala, Hayden-Murphy, Twin Ports, is their proud dad.
Brandon Brever, associate director of Minnesota Asphalt Pavement Association (MAPA), and Abbey Bryduck, MAPA executive director, St. Louis Park, Minn., came to support long-time members Hayden-Murphy and the new location.
Don Knackstedt, president of Hayden-Murphy, is excited about the new location. “The large yard, rental and sales possibilities in this area is growing and there is a need for equipment in the mining, forestry and aggregate sectors in this area,” he said. “We also have some really great people that will be working here.”
Meet the new team: Mike Myslicki (L), sales representative, and Jake Warnecke, service technician. “We look forward to working with people in this area,” said Myslicki. “We can’t wait to get out there and show people what we have to offer.”
Cory Fuhrmann, district sales manager of Wirtgen America, and other product representatives were on hand to answer any questions attendees had on the extensive equipment products out front, like this Kleemann screener.
Colby Bingaman, regional business manager of Manitowoc, Shady Grove, Pa., shows off the Manitowoc and Grove crane lines setup out front. “This is a great group of people to work with,” said Bingaman. “Hayden-Murphy does a great job of taking care of its customers’ needs for any project.”
This lineup of Hamm rollers was on display at Hayden-Murphy’s Twin Ports open house.




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