Prinoth announced MacAllister Machinery as the newest partner in its dealer network. Headquartered in Indianapolis with locations throughout Indiana, MacAllister will provide vehicle rental, sales, parts and service for the Prinoth Panther tracked carriers in Indiana.
"One hundred years, here we come."
That's the exuberant view of Chris MacAllister, president and CEO of MacAllister Machinery, as the Indianapolis-headquartered Caterpillar dealer waltzes through its 75th year of business. Waltz might not be an apt description of a company as vigorously engaged as this one.
The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is overseeing a $143 million project that will increase mobility throughout a section of the I-65 corridor. Between U.S. Highway 50 and S.R. 58 at Walesboro, work is ongoing to completely reconstruct and reconfigure I-65 as a six-lane concrete roadway.
A Tractor Salesman is what he called himself. Roads and the machinery that built them were part of his life growing up in rural Wisconsin. His father, EW MacAllister, worked for the county highway department and became adept at building and maintaining roads.
On Sept. 26, Vice President Mike Pence will visit MacAllister Machinery, 6300 Southeastern Ave., Indianapolis, to discuss the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
MacAlister is an authorized Caterpillar construction equipment dealer.
A panel, hosted by America First Policies, will discuss the new trade deal, which would replace NAFTA (the North American Free Trade Agreement) if passed.
Caterpillar Inc. recognized MacAllister Machinery Co. , the dealership for most of Indiana, for superior overall performance among its 170 worldwide dealers. In addition to continued growth and dominance in the rental business in 2017, MacAllister achieved top quartile performance in new, used and rental market share.
MacAllister Machinery Company hosted an open house event at the company's recently opened headquarters facility in Indianapolis on May 24.
Although the new location has been open for business since the end of last year, the event served to provide visitors with an overview of the facility's scope of operations and celebrate the new facility.
Customers visiting MacAllister Machinery's recently opened headquarters facility on the southeast side of Indianapolis are in for an experience that blends the old with the new.
While the dealership's clientele will be greeted by the same MacAllister employees they've worked with over the years and find the familiar lineup of Caterpillar machines and equipment from the dealership's many other lines, they also will experience a new facility equipped for outstanding service and efficiency.
For the second time in its history, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is using a slide-in-bridge method to replace the twin bridges on Interstate 70 (I-70) at State Route 121/New Paris Pike (SR 121) in Wayne County. The $5.6 million project was awarded to Walsh Construction Company in 2017.
Indiana Caterpillar dealer MacAllister Machinery is off to a running start with the dealership's newly formed used parts division. Chris MacAllister, MacAllister Machinery president, made the decision to develop a local source of quality used parts for the company's customer base in 2013.
MacAllister Machinery Company Inc., a distributor of new and used Caterpillar equipment, recently announced plans to expand its operations in Washington, Ind., creating up to 61 new jobs by 2016. The home-grown Hoosier company will invest $8.9 million to equip and expand its existing 38,740 sq.