On May 11, 2019, Lorusso Heavy Equipment Hosted a Demo Day near its Walpole, Mass., location. The event featured Mecalac products like the 15MC crawler excavator, the 8MCR rail road excavator and the 12MTX wheel excavator loader, as well as other Mecalac, Hyundai and Engcon products.
Lorusso Heavy Equipment held a hands-on demo day Dec. 1, 2018, near its facility in Walpole, Mass.
The event spotlighted the Mecalac 8-MCR earthmover equipped with an Engcon tilt rotating system. In addition, other models of the Engcon product line were available for a test drive along with various models of Hyundai excavators and wheel loaders.
Lorusso Heavy Equipment LLC of Walpole, Mass., recently held a hands-on demonstration of Mecalac equipment for local contractors in New England.
The demonstration showcased the Mecalac 6MCR and 8MCR crawler excavator/track loaders, 9MWR and15MWR rubber-tire excavators and the AS700 swing loader.
When France-based construction equipment manufacturer Mecalac made its first impression in the United States market in mid-2016, it was through Lorusso Heavy Equipment, based in Walpole, Mass. This allowed Mecalac to introduce its unique equipment line to the New England construction market with the assistance of Lorusso, which also was responsible for helping set up a nationwide distribution network for the manufacturer.
Lorusso Heavy Equipment (LHE) made nationwide headlines in May 2016 when it brought the Mecalac MCR skid-excavator to the Northeast U.S marketplace. The versatility of this French-made machine impressed hundreds of contractors and sales of the one-of-a-kind machine soared.
A unique and highly versatile type of equipment popular in Europe has made its way to New England — and in time, with the help of a New England equipment dealer, it will be available throughout the United States. The Mecalac all-terrain HIGH SPEED skid excavator, which has changed how contractors move material and excavate in Europe, will now be exclusively available from Lorusso Heavy Equipment, located in Walpole, Mass.
Edward Jamieson has been in the scrap industry for decades. When the opportunity arose in 2003 to take over the site of a former demolition and recycling center in Walpole, Mass., Jamieson jumped at the opportunity. The company started off like so many other companies, as a very small, family-owned entity, doing everything they could to generate scrap metals.
Lorusso Heavy Equipment has introduced its new line of Kinshofer Demolition Attachments. The German engineered Kinshofer shear has a 360-degree rotation and was designed to deliver a shear with maximum cutting forces, quick cycle times and optimal weight to performance ratio in daily use in scrap yards and demolition sites.
Located in the heart of Massachusetts’ cranberry country means much of the work that Ryco Inc. is involved in is the creation of new and the maintenance of older cranberry bogs. “From day one, reputation has been critically important to me,” said Ryan Vlaco, president of Ryco Inc.
Unless you are a seagull or a yacht, there is only one way to access Nahant Beach, Mass. — a beach with a heavily traveled causeway and public access areas in desperate need of rehabilitation. To that end, Pihl Inc., a Denmark-based company with U.S.
A driver on Interstate Route 95 corridor south, from Boston through Canton, Mass., into Pawtucket, R.I., may notice German-made excavators run by a local company. This partnership is a sign of international trade, commerce and satisfaction. C.R.C. Company Inc.