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Hoffman Equipment Holds Annual Open House in N.Y.

Wed April 11, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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Jim Fox, Case Construction product specialist, points out the features on a Case skid steer with milling attachment.
Jim Fox, Case Construction product specialist, points out the features on a Case skid steer with milling attachment.
Jim Fox, Case Construction product specialist, points out the features on a Case skid steer with milling attachment. The one-man Rosco pothole patcher — that’s right — it only takes one person to fill the pothole. And he doesn’t get out of the truck. Hoffman Equipment’s Director of Product Support Patrick Hitpas emceed the open house. (L-R)?are paving contractors Andy and Pat Callahan of Nannini & Callahan, Cornwall, N.Y., and Ken Krieger, Van Etten Paving, Cornwall, N.Y. The new Case 621F wheel loader equipped with Tier IV?engine, Z-bar loader arms, G.P. bucket and much more as described by Jim Fox of Case Construction. Some of the Case products recently showcased at Hoffman Equipment’s Fourth Annual Product Drive-Thru and Open House recently held at the Marlboro, N.Y., branch. Jim Harkins of LeeBoy points out that the Rosco RB-48 sweeper is ideal for construction site landfill cleanup and heavy-duty road milling cleanup. (L-R): Keith Hartrum, Kurt Felton, Chris Kohler and Jim McGee, all of the town of Ulster; and Ernie Lake, owner, Ridge Paving, Bedford, N.Y., who just bought the LeeBoy 8510B paver. LeeBoy and Rosco products on display at Hoffman Equipment’s open house. Ben Allgyer of Paladin discusses the many benefits of Paladin attachments. Matt Laws, national sales manager of Interstate Trailers, points out the quality construction that goes into making the company’s products.

Hoffman Equipment held its annual open house and drive-thru equipment show March 23 at its Marlboro, N.Y., facility.

As in the past few years, this event continues to grow, attracting increasingly more highway superintendents and their crews along with area contractors and their employees. All attend looking for the latest equipment trends, as well as the latest equipment available from Hoffman’s varied suppliers, which include Case, LeeBoy, Rosco, Sweepster and Stone, to name just a few.