Binder Machinery

Robert Carl Binder of Far Hills, N.J., and Hobe Sound, Fla., formerly of Summit, N.J., died on April 18, 2017. He was born in Pensacola, Fla. in 1944. Mr. Binder graduated from Summit High School in Summit, N.J., and then graduated from Parsons College in Iowa.

The Utility & Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey (UTCA) held its 51st annual convention and trade show Sept. 29 through Oct. 2 at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, N.J. On Friday, Sept. 30, equipment dealers and construction services companies met with Garden State contractors (and contractors from neighboring states) during the trade show in the Borgata.

Binder Machinery Co., headquartered in S. Plainfield, N.J., announced that it has promoted Patrick Baker to product support representative. Baker has been with Binder Machinery for 17 years and will be working out of the company's Cedar Brook, N.J., facility.

New Jersey heavy equipment dealers turned out in force March 1 to show their support for a potential Diesel/Equipment Technology program at Union Community College (UCC) in Cranford, N.J. Approximately 90 percent of the state's equipment dealers attended the event, which was intended as a discussion to gauge interest from local businesses in hiring graduates from such a program.

Binder Machinery Company, South Plainfield, N.J., received a plaque for being a 50-year AED member from Tim Watters AED vice chairman and president of Hoffman Equipment. Bob Henderson, AED executive vice president; Watters; Bob Binder, chairman and CEO; Alan Binder, executive vice president; and Brendan Binder, president and COO were on hand for the event.

Binder Machinery Company, based in South Plainfield, N.J., announced that Michael Finnegan has been named technical solutions expert. Finnegan will be responsible for coordinating Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) machine control in all departments within Binder Machinery Company, including training customers, working with Komatsu’s Intelligent Machine Control (IMC) department, and the local Topcon dealer.

Takeuchi-US has named Binder Machinery Company of South Plainfield, N.J., as the newest addition to its expanding dealer network in North America. Binder Machinery will carry the full Takeuchi line of compact earthmoving equipment. Founded in 1957 by Walter Binder, Binder Machinery Company is a third-generation family-owned company specializing in the sales and rental of construction, aggregate and port equipment.

Large, extensive projects are challenging enough, but ones that will affect tens of thousands of motorists each day can be especially trying. Earle Asphalt Company is no stranger to big jobs in New Jersey. The highly respected contractor has earned its reputation by delivering vital infrastructure projects to successful, on-time completions — to do that requires meticulous planning, and among the many things to consider is choosing the right equipment for the job.

Kinshofer North America has appointed Binder Machinery as its dealer for the state of New Jersey, the five boroughs of NYC, Delaware, eastern Pennsylvania., south east New York. The dealership agreement expands Kinshofer’s distribution network into the northeastern United States.

In the equipment world today, the Internet has changed the way equipment dealerships do business, opening up a new avenue of opportunity. Carlin Binder took advantage of the opportunity to branch out, forming IronBin Machinery LLC in 2011. In March 2012, IronBin Machinery became the official “used equipment division” of Binder Machinery Company.

On May 18, Binder Machinery of South Plainfield, N.J., held an event to showcase new product offerings to its customers. The event attracted many of the biggest and most well known contractors in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Many guests took full advantage of the all-day event by staying several hours learning about the features and benefits of Binder Machinery’s newly appointed franchise, SANY cranes.