Meyer

Meyer Products’s line of snow plows is designed specifically for full-sized pick-up trucks and medium-duty trucks used to clear side streets, big parking lots and cul-de-sacs. Meyer’s Road Pro 32-Series plow, is specifically designed for 10,000 to 26,000 GVW vehicles and includes Meyer’s EZ-Mount Plus system for easy attaching and detaching in seconds.

Messick’s has been presented with an ’Elite Top 10 Dealer Award’ for reaching the top ten level of sales for Meyer Farm Equipment in 2014. The award was presented to Bob Messick in Elizabethtown Pennsylvania by Ross Johnson, Meyer Manufacturing’s Regional Sales Manager.

Craig Kemmerling, director of global sales and business development of Meyer Products LLC, is among the recipients of the 2015 Distinguished Marketing & Sales Awards (DMSA), given annually by Sales and Marketing Executives of Cleveland (SME). Kemmerling, who joined Meyer Products as a regional sales manager in 2003, was named director of global sales and business development last summer.

Meyer Products’ ground tracking technology (GTT) allows the plow to pivot up to 12 degrees in either direction to automatically follow the contour of the road. Ground tracking technology clears surfaces faster and better than plows that don’t adjust to a surface’s contours, according to Meyer.

Terry Murphy, quality control manager at Meyer Material, has announced his retirement effective May 1. Murphy has been in the concrete industry for more than 40 years and for many of those years was an active member of the IAAP Specifications/Technical Committee.

Trekker Tractor Company recently hosted open houses at its Fort Myers and Tampa, Fla., facilities. The Tampa branch and its sub branch in Fort Myers will serve customers in central and southwest Florida while the companies branches in West Palm Beach and Miami will serve southeast Florida.

The American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) has engaged Widmeyer Communications to assist in the development and execution of a multi-year workforce development program aimed at recruiting the “best and brightest” to future careers in the U.S.

Brainerd International Raceway’s drag strip successfully roared to life in 2003 after undergoing a lengthy, pioneering repaving project designed to make it one of the flattest, fastest quarter-mile tracks in the country. Scott Quick, general manager of the facility in Brainerd, MN, is so pleased with the results, he’s lobbying to have the entire 3-mi.

For four generations the Strathmeyer family has been supplying evergreen trees from its headquarters in Dover, PA. The family tradition began in the early 1900s, when Charles H. Strathmeyer sold trees from his grocery store in downtown York, PA. That tradition continues today, as the family sells trees from its 2,400 acres of growing fields in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Schuylkill and York counties.