Herrmann Equipment now offers asphalt contractors in California and Nevada Bomag’s line of cold milling machines, the CMI RS series of reclaimer/ stabilizers and Cedarapids pavers and material transfer equipment.
Bomag Americas Inc. and Territory Manager Tom Watson recently announced the signing of Herrmann Equipment Inc. as the authorized Bomag Americas road building equipment distributor in the states of California and Nevada.
Herrmann Equipment now offers asphalt contractors in both states Bomag’s line of cold milling machines, the CMI RS series of reclaimer/ stabilizers and Cedarapids pavers and material transfer equipment.
In addition, the heavy equipment distributor now offers Bomag’s line of MPH series recyclers/stabilizers, light and heavy tandem vibratory and combination rollers, and pneumatic tire rollers throughout the northern two-thirds of California, which includes the Fresno and San Jose markets northward.
"Herrmann Equipment knows the asphalt market, the equipment and the contractors and has earned a dominant market share for paving equipment sales," said John Hood, director of sales, heavy equipment of Bomag Americas Inc.
"This is a good fit for Bomag and Hermann Equipment." Watson added, "Offering a deep knowledge base, excellent aftermarket support and thorough application training, Herrmann Equipment has elevated paving to a new level and takes a back seat to no other distributor within the assigned territory. By adding the full complement of Bomag’s road building equipment line, they will be as a single equipment source for the asphalt paving contractor."
As a Bomag road building equipment distributor, Herrmann Equipment carries the broad range of reliable equipment contractors require for asphalt paving, compacting and preservation.
The offering features the Cedarapids line of commercial and mainline paving equipment, including material transfer devices and vehicles. The CMI RS series of reclaimer/stabilizers boast full-depth reclamation capabilities of asphalt roads with cutting depths ranging from 16 to 20 in. (40 to 50 cm), widths from 96 to 120 in. (244 to 35 cm), and power ratings of 415-, 600- and 950-hp (309-, 447- and 730-kW). Bomag also manufactures a range of high performance utility and half-lane milling machines with cutting widths from 11.8 to 98.4 in. (30 to 250 cm) in horsepower classes ranging from 125 to 590 hp (92 to 440 kW).
"Bomag is a major player for mainline paving and asphalt rehabilitation and has an excellent commitment to the market," said Frank Herrmann, president of Hermann Equipment. "The partnership between Bomag and Herrmann Equipment is an excellent fit, as good as it gets."
For 25 years, Herrmann Equipment has served mainline asphalt contractors in California and Nevada from its two offices — the Roseville, Calif., headquarters location in the north and Southern California branch office in Bloomington. Herrmann Equipment has developed long term relationships with its asphalt customers by keeping a firm commitment to service and parts support.
"The dedicated people at Herrmann Equipment fully understand that if one part of the paving train is down, this affects the entire train’s productivity," said Watson. "Their knowledge and service of the product is second to none, and the service technicians are dedicated to keeping the equipment operating at maximum uptime."
Beyond providing sales support and operating training for the broad Bomag road building equipment line, Herrmann Equipment also is a parts-stocking distributor for the milling, reclamation, paving and compaction equipment. Service technicians averaging more than 10 years of heavy equipment maintenance experience make field service calls to keep downtime at a minimum. The company’s shop also offers rebuild services to keep equipment with many hours operating at peak efficiency.
For more information, visit www.herrmannequipment.com. and www.bomag.com/us