Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas hosted a dealer dinner in conjunction with the AED Summit in Chicago Jan. 14 to 16, 2020. The AED Summit is a premier industry event where construction equipment distributors, manufacturers and service providers are brought together able to connect with peers under one roof.
Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas held its annual dealer meeting on Feb. 5, 2019, in conjunction with the 2019 AED Summit in Orlando, Fla.
More than 80 dealer management attended Hyundai Construction Equipment's annual dealer summit, which was designed to celebrate the continued success of the Hyundai brand and gain feedback from Hyundai dealers across North America, about how to continue growing at a sustained pace year over year.
Chappell Tractor celebrated their 60th anniversary on September 26th by hosting a customer appreciation open house at their Milford, NH location. This event was open to the public and consisted of equipment demos, competitions for children and adults, free raffles, tractor pulls, helicopter rides, and more.
Dale White, president of Leighton A. White, said he only gives the best to his customers. In the case of his current workload, the best comes in the form of a Rototilt attachment, of which he has five. A hydraulic attachment/tool, which can be used on most excavators and backhoes between 3 and 30 tons (2.7 and 27 t), Rototilt combines side tilt, rotation and a hydraulic quick coupler in one package, allowing a bucket or other attachment to be rotated and tilted at the same time.
Chappell Tractor held its annual open house on Sept. 13 at its Milford, N.H., facility. The well-attended event was a resounding success. The company pulled out all the stops with plenty of family activities that included helicopter rides sponsored by Hyundai Construction Equipment, Bruster’s ice cream sponsored by New Holland Construction, Famous Dave’s BBQ sponsored by Kubota Tractor Corporation, a petting zoo, face painting, bouncy castles, equipment demonstrations and an obstacle course.
Kevin Sweeney, owner of Sweeney & Sons, Acton, MA, believes that land is like a canvas, “entrusted to us by our creator to demonstrate to the world that, through our collective effort, we can improve this small piece of land. If we do our jobs properly, we will leave this earth in a significantly improved condition.”In the Bay State, the majority of prime real estate was built upon long ago, and today’s developer must, by necessity, work with less than optimum land, requiring imaginative planning, creative engineering and a resourceful contractor with quality equipment to transform this land into a suitable platform for the homes.
LBX Company, makers of Link-Belt earthmoving, forestry and material handling equipment, has announced the appointment of Chappell Tractor Sales in Milford, NH, as a new authorized distributor of Link-Belt excavators, articulated trucks, wheel loaders, timber loaders and material handler.
AED members are stepping up and showing their support of AED Foundation programs. The AED Foundation 2003 annual giving campaign started in September and is already making progress with the generosity of many industry leaders. 2003 investors receive recognition at AED’s Annual Meeting and CONDEX show in San Diego and throughout the year.
Known as the “Granite State,” New Hampshire offers contractors its own set of challenges. The hard rock found in excavation sites seems to dare contractors into a tug of war. Two of the state’s contractors have met the challenge with Chappell Tractor Sales, Hyundai’s 210LC-7 and 320LC-3 excavators on their side.
The EZ-Screen 1000B, the newest screener from Argus Industrial Company, has proved to be just what the doctor ordered for a New Hampshire contractor. Dave Marsters, a New Durham, NH-based general excavating contractor, recently purchased a 1000B from Chappell Tractor Sales.
The Bear Paw attachment from National Attachments is grabbing attention across the United States as an “extreme” machine. On a job site in New Hampshire, the Bear Paw 200H has been delivering uncompromising strength for Mike Workman of Workman Excavating, based in Gilmanto, NH.