Takeuchi

Takeuchi-US, a leader in compact equipment, has announced RoadBuilders Machinery & Supply as a new dealer. Located in Springfield, Mo., the company also has a location in Kansas City, Kan., where it is headquartered, and four locations throughout Nebraska.

Takeuchi-US, a leader in compact equipment, has introduced Luby Equipment Services as the exclusive St. Louis dealer. The company has three locations in the St. Louis metro area. Luby Equipment will carry the full lineup of Takeuchi equipment, including excavators, track loaders, skid steer loaders and wheel loaders.

Takeuchi-US, a global leader in compact equipment, has introduced Synergy Equipment as a new dealer. Synergy Equipment will be the exclusive Takeuchi dealer supporting the Macon, Ga., market. The company also has 18 other locations throughout Georgia, Alabama, Florida and South Carolina.

Takeuchi-US, a global leader in compact equipment, has promoted two employees in its organization to critical product and service positions. Keith Kramlich takes over as national product and training manager, while Joseph Huling fills Kramlich's previous role as national service and warranty manager, effective immediately.

Takeuchi-US, a global leader in compact equipment, features the TL10V2 track loader. The track loader is US EPA Final Tier IV emission compliant and comes standard for two years with Takeuchi's telematics system, Takeuchi Fleet Management. At 9,810 lbs., the TL10V2 features a tipping load of 7,205 lbs., bucket breakout force of 6,520 lbs., and lift arm breakout force of 5,400 lbs.

Takeuchi-US, a global innovation leader, has unveiled its latest compact wheel loader – the TW80 Series 3. The TW80 Series 3 offers a variety of new features designed to make operators more comfortable and productive on any job site. Weighing in at 12,700 lbs., the TW80 Series 3 boasts 73 hp from the Tier IV-compliant turbocharged Deutz engine.

Takeuchi-US has hired Jim Spicer as a new regional product manager of the Midwest, effective immediately. As regional product manager, Spicer will be responsible for dealer sales training, supporting national accounts and national account training, and growing the dealer retail business and market share within the Midwest region.

Takeuchi-US has announced Robert Vistad and Dillon Headden will join its staff as regional business managers, effective immediately. Vistad will be based in the West region, while Headden will be located in the Mid-Atlantic region. As regional business managers, Vistad and Headden's main responsibilities include all sales development and activity within a multi-state territory.

Takeuchi-US has announced Mountain Farm International as a new dealer. Located in Crossville, Tenn., the dealer will provide sales, service, parts and rental to customers throughout Middle Tennessee. Carrying the full lineup of Takeuchi equipment, including excavators, skid steer loaders, track loaders and wheel loaders, Mountain Farm's primary customer base is agricultural, landscaping and small to medium contractors.

Since 2006 the Town of German Flatts, N.Y., has seen what used to be referred to as "100-year floods" at least three times, the worst of these occurring in 2006 and 2013. Most of the flood damage was caused by the Fulmer Creek, which flows into the Mohawk River, as well as flooding from the Mohawk River itself.

Takeuchi-US, a manufacturer of compact equipment, has introduced Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc. as a new dealer supporting the Kansas City, Kan., market. Although a new dealer in the area, Kirby-Smith has been part of the Takeuchi dealer network for several years.