Reynolds-Warren Equipment Company

Cemen Tech recently announced agreements with two major construction equipment dealerships in the United States to sell and service the company's full line of volumetric concrete mixing equipment. "The demand for direct control over concrete scheduling, quality and quantity, is growing as more customers understand the practical benefits of volumetric concrete mixing," said Connor Deering, CEO/president of Cemen Tech.

Cemen Tech has announced agreements with two major construction equipment dealerships in the United States to sell and service the company's full line of volumetric concrete mixing equipment. The new dealers are: Komatsu Equipment Company — 11 locations in Nevada, Utah and Wyoming Reynolds-Warren Equipment Company — Two locations in Georgia "The demand for direct control over concrete scheduling, quality and quantity, is growing as more customers understand the practical benefits of volumetric concrete mixing," said Connor Deering, CEO/president of Cemen Tech.

Reynolds-Warren Equipment Company, based in Forest Park, Ga., recently opened its second full-service location in the Savannah suburb of Richmond Hill, Ga. The full-service branch is a two-story facility that includes six service bays, a complete parts stocking area, sales offices, parts counter and showroom area.

Mecalac recently announced the addition of Reynolds-Warren Equipment Company, based in Forest Park, Ga., as its newest full-service distributor. Reynolds-Warren will cover the entire state of Georgia, as well as the border areas of the state, including north Florida, east Alabama, western South Carolina and southern Tennessee, until dealers are selected to represent these states.

When France-based construction equipment manufacturer Mecalac made its first impression in the United States market in mid-2016, it was through Lorusso Heavy Equipment, based in Walpole, Mass. This allowed Mecalac to introduce its unique equipment line to the New England construction market with the assistance of Lorusso, which also was responsible for helping set up a nationwide distribution network for the manufacturer.

After 45 years in the equipment business, Bo Lowe, sales coordinator of Reynolds-Warren Equipment Company Inc. in Lake City, Ga., has set his retirement date for Jan. 7, 2013. Lowe essentially grew up in the equipment business as his father Tom Lowe partnered with Bill Burch who had started a company called Contractors Equipment Company in 1952.

Recently, Sakai America announced that it has signed Reynolds-Warren Equipment Company as its new dealer in the state of Georgia for vibratory asphalt rollers and light line compaction equipment. Denver Weinstiger, vice president of sales and product support, Sakai America stated, "Reynolds-Warren has a large customer base of asphalt contractors and municipalities in Georgia making them a perfect fit for Sakai." Weinstiger added that "Steve Meissen [president of Reynolds-Warren] and his staff have many years of experience in selling and supporting asphalt-related products, making it a seamless transition to promote the Sakai product line.

The World of Asphalt Show and Conference, held March 13 to 15 in Charlotte, N.C., was an important event for VT LeeBoy Inc., as the company introduced its new Legend 815HD (Heavy Duty) screed to the industry at the event. The new screed was displayed with a LeeBoy 8515B paver.