McClung-Logan Equipment Company

McClung-Logan Equipment Company Inc. , a heavy construction equipment dealer in the Mid-Atlantic region, has acquired Virginia-based White Oak Equipment Inc. The purchase will position McClung-Logan to better serve its growing customer base in Virginia with additional territory coverage, expanded product lines and compact equipment expertise.

McClung-Logan Equipment Company has announced the appointment of Austin Frederick to the newly created position of Vice President of Product Support. Frederick began his career at McClung-Logan in 2003 as a Service Technician in the Baltimore location.

With high fuel prices and society's even higher awareness of environmental preservation, it's becoming increasingly necessary for worksites to use fuel efficient machinery. Fuel efficiency measures how much work a machine can do with one gallon of fuel.

Often, when faced with needing construction equipment, many companies focus on analyzing the pros and cons of renting versus buying. Though a vital step in the process of determining what equipment will best suit their specific needs and budget, there's much more to be examined in order to get the most out of your equipment.

McClung-Logan Equipment Company has announced the appointment of Mike Smith to the position of vice president of sales. Smith began his career at McClung-Logan in 1992 as a sales manager covering the northern Virginia region. During his tenure with the company, he has served in positions of increasing responsibility and strategic influence, including branch manager and area manager — where he oversaw sales personnel across the company’s six Virginia branch locations.

Terex Cranes announced McClung-Logan Equipment Company Inc. as an authorized crane distributor for the states of Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and the District of Columbia. McClung-Logan now provides local equipment sales, applications expertise, and service and parts support for a wide range of Terex Cranes models.

Doosan Portable Power has named McClung-Logan Equipment Company of Baltimore, Md., its newest dealer for its complete line of portable power and light construction equipment for the central Maryland and Delaware areas. McClung-Logan Equipment is a full-service dealer of heavy construction equipment for the earthmoving, aggregate and excavation markets, as well as road building, utility, underground and waste segments.

With the addition of McClung-Logan Equipment Company, Bandit Industries expands its offering of Beast recyclers and whole tree chippers to six new locations in Virginia. These locations are Chesapeake, Manassas, Richmond, Roanoke, Winchester and Wise.

In these times, a new machine is not always the right fit for construction equipment owners. There could be budget or timing issues. A machine is paid off and its owner would like to keep it that way. Or, since it’s been a dependable piece of equipment, perhaps one wants to get even more out of it.

GreyStone Inc., the Columbus, Neb.-based manufacturer of sand washing and aggregate processing equipment, announced McClung-Logan Equipment Company Inc., as a new dealer covering the states of Maryland, Virginia and Delaware. Founded in 1938, McClung-Logan is a distributor of construction equipment, including the Volvo line of rubber-tired loaders and articulated haulers.

McClung-Logan Equipment Company’s new branch offices will serve Bomag and Hypac customers throughout the entire state of Virginia. In addition to its Manassas, VA, office, McClung-Logan has added offices in Roanoke, Richmond, Wise and Chesapeake, VA, to its Bomag and Hypac territory.