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Hills Machinery Opens ReNew Centers at Three Branches

Hills Machinery, with eight branches across the two Carolinas, has established itself as a leading full-service construction equipment distributor. Hills Machinery's partnership with Case Construction has greatly contributed to that reputation....


Foley Inc. Opens Unique Used Equipment Sales Center

After talking with Caterpillar, as well as veteran salespeople for the popular global construction equipment line, New Jersey's Foley Inc. is confident it has come up with a novel idea. On June 22, Piscataway-based Foley Inc....


How to Inspect Used Construction Equipment Components and Avoid Costly Surprises

Used machines are smart ways to complement or round out your fleet — and if you know what to look for (and ask about), you can feel more confident that the equipment you purchased will be with you out in the field and not in the shop....


Increasing Used Equipment Resale Values — The Checklist

Resale values fluctuate for construction equipment, but not just because of the brand, hours on the machine, time of year or economic conditions. What you put into your used machine before you sell it matters too....


Used Iron Inspections: What to Look for Before Buying

Buying a piece of used equipment can be a lot like buying a used car in that your experience is likely to be very different — good or bad — depending on who you're buying from. There's no industry standard for how inspections, documentation or condition reports are done, so it varies....


How to Evaluate Total Ownership Cost on Used Equipment

Purchasing a piece of used equipment can be a smart investment, but sometimes it's tough to know exactly what you're getting for the money. If you're searching on a used equipment site or buying at auction, you might find two comparably sized machines with comparable age and hours — yet one is priced lower....


Eight Tips When Evaluating a High-Hour Used Machine

When looking for a used piece of equipment, you may ask yourself if it's smarter to invest in one with low hours. But the answer to that question isn't always black and white. For one, many people might assume too quickly that a wheel loader with 2,000 hours is in better shape than one with 8,000 hours — but that's not necessarily the case....






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