Power Equipment


Power Equipment Appointed Komatsu Dealer in Arkansas

Power Equipment Company, based in Knoxville, Tenn., will be appointed the authorized Komatsu distributor in Arkansas effective mid-September 2021, expanding its presence in the state. The territory will be served by existing authorized Komatsu branches in Little Rock, Ark., and Springdale, Ark....


Power Equipment Expands Footprint in Virginia

Power Equipment Company, headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., has been named the authorized Komatsu distributor in eight counties in southwest Virginia. In addition to Washington County and Bristol City, where Power is currently the authorized Komatsu dealer, the counties of Lee, Wise, Scott, Dickenson, Buchanan, Russell, Tazewell and Smyth are now serviced by Power Equipment....


Eutaw Construction Ahead of Schedule on State Route 76 in Mississippi

Eutaw Construction Company Inc. crews will be on-site for the construction of the Mississippi Department of Transportation's (MDOT) $81 million State Route 76 construction in Itawamba County project until the end of 2023 as they build a 9-mi....


Citing 'Product Support Focus,' Epiroc Adds Power Equipment to Dealerships

Power Equipment Company, headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., has been appointed the newest dealer for Epiroc drills, parts, accessories and service in the state of Tennessee effective Jan. 7. Power Equipment is a member of the Bramco family of companies, one of the largest equipment dealers in North America....


Bramco-MPS Appoints 20-Year Industry Vet Mark Strader General Manager

Bramco-Material Processing Solutions (MPS), a member of the Bramco family of companies, has announced the promotion of Mark Strader to general manager. Strader succeeds Gary Hirsch, who retired Dec. 31, 2018....


Power Equipment Promotes Two in Growing Markets

Power Equipment Company, a part of the Bramco family of companies, has announced the promotions of Mike Luster and Darryl Thompson to vice president, regional sales managers. Luster will continue to develop machine sales throughout the middle Tennessee region, while Thompson will oversee the sales efforts in western Tennessee, northern Mississippi and eastern Arkansas regions....


Tennessee Excavating Enjoys Boom Times in Knoxville

Construction is booming again in Knoxville, and Tennessee Excavating is right in the middle of it. Just one year ago, the company had nine employees working on a single project. Today, more than 50 employees, operating more than 50 machines, are working on five sites....


Power Equipment Breaks Ground on Expanded Site to Serve Nashville Area

Power Equipment officially broke ground in September on its newest facility serving the Nashville, Tenn., market. The new 58,000-sq.-ft. facility at 320 Waldron Road, LaVergne, Tenn., will replace the current Nashville location at 1290 Bridgestone Parkway, LaVergne....


'Hands-On' Experience Leads RMG to Sennebogen

Luke Wyatt likes to learn by doing. Now a co-owner of Roane Metals Group LLC (RMG), Wyatt learned the recycling trade on the job, working alongside his father-in-law, Albert Baisley, at Rockwoods, Southern Alloys and Metals....


Sennebogen 818 M to Feed 'Clean Energy' Projects for ACGE

The year-old AC Global Energy (ACGE) plant near Knoxville, Tenn., is a new production facility designed to convert biomass into drop-in the tank fuel. As one of the first commercial application of new "clean energy" technology, the facility was developed as a turnkey operation for ACGE to process locally harvested pulpwood into energy products....






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