Midlantic Machinery Company

To better support customers and leverage the power of its wholly-owned network, Komatsu has created a new structure in North America to strengthen the growth of company-owned distributor branches. A new corporate unit within Komatsu has been created and effective immediately, all company-owned distributor locations will be branded simply "Komatsu" to reflect their inclusion in the company's global footprint.

No surprise: running neck-deep inside a building that moves up to 800 tons of construction and demolition debris (C&D) every day is going to be tough on a machine. Just ask Sun Services, a C&D recycling facility serving communities in the Beltway region of Baltimore, Md., and Washington, D.C.

Bomag Americas Inc. and Komatsu America Corp. announced that Komatsu's six company-owned dealerships (Edward Ehrbar, Komatsu Equipment Company, Komatsu Northeast, Komatsu Southwest, Midlantic Machinery and Pine Bush Equipment) have entered into an arrangement for the sale and support of Bomag compaction, milling, paving and reclaiming/stabilizing equipment for roadbuilding and other construction markets.

When Baltimore County's Public Works department commissioned Cossentino Contracting Company to install approximately 2,000-ft. of 24-in. gravity sanitary sewers, the contractor knew it would need to cut through hard blue rock. Kris Davis, president of Cossentino Contracting, based in in Rosedale, Md., also knew what the right tool would be to overcome this challenge — the FAE RC120 rock grinder.

At this year's ISRI Conference and Exhibition in Las Vegas, Midlantic Machinery was announced as Dealer of the Year by Constantino Lannes, Sennebogen LLC president. With five branch locations supporting Sennebogen in eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware, Midlantic may not be the largest distributor in Sennebogen's nation-wide network.

Komatsu America Corp. has appointed Midlantic Machinery as the forestry equipment distributor of the state of Delaware and most of Maryland. Midlantic Machinery will handle the full-line of Komatsu forestry equipment, which includes track feller bunchers and harvesters, log loaders, wheeled harvesters, forwarders, and harvesting/processing heads.

Komatsu America Corp., a leading global heavy equipment manufacturer, has announced the appointment of Midlantic Machinery as the forestry equipment distributor for the state of Delaware and most of Maryland. Midlantic Machinery will handle the full-line of Komatsu forestry equipment, which includes track feller bunchers and harvesters, log loaders, wheeled harvesters, forwarders, and harvesting/processing heads.

Midland Machinery has introduced a new model road widener with the capability to be transported without permits day, night or weekends. The SPF-8 is a compact package capable of spreading material from 1 to 8 ft. (.3 to 2.4 m) from its 3 cu. yd. (2.3 cu m) fold-up hopper by way of a movable, variable speed, 500 tons per hour (453 t) conveyor.

Midland Machinery Co. Inc. is introducing a new model road widener with the capability to be transported without permits day, night, or weekends. The features of the SPF-8 are:• This foldable machine transforms to 98.5 inches (2.5meters) width for transport.

Midlantic Machinery hosted an open house on Oct. 22, in its newly remodeled Baltimore facility. Manufacturer representatives from Reichdrill, BTI, Terex, Komatsu and many more set up shop inside to answer any questions that Midlantic customers may have had.

Midlantic Machinery Inc., a Komatsu construction and mining equipment distributor, announced that as of May 1, it became wholly owned by Komatsu America Corp. based in Rolling Meadows, Ill. The acquisition by Komatsu America (from Itochu Holding Company) is a part of a strategic reinforcement of its distributor network.Both Midlantic and Komatsu America anticipate continued growth in its territory.