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James River Holds Training Program for Dynapac, Atlas Copco

Fri April 15, 2011 - Southeast Edition
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In front of the Dynapac F1000W wheeled 10-ft. paver (L-R) are Marcus Archer, James River Equipment; Mike Prichard and Ricardo Perez, both of Dynapac; Andrew Lee of Atlas Copco and Tom Chastain of Dynapac.
In front of the Dynapac F1000W wheeled 10-ft. paver (L-R) are Marcus Archer, James River Equipment; Mike Prichard and Ricardo Perez, both of Dynapac; Andrew Lee of Atlas Copco and Tom Chastain of Dynapac.
In front of the Dynapac F1000W wheeled 10-ft. paver (L-R) are Marcus Archer, James River Equipment; Mike Prichard and Ricardo Perez, both of Dynapac; Andrew Lee of Atlas Copco and Tom Chastain of Dynapac. The James River Equipment and Dynapac sales teams pose for a photo in front of the Dynapac F1000W wheeled 10-ft. paver. Mike Prichard of Dynapac goes over all of the elements of the Dynapac product line.

James River Equipment held a sales training program April 5 for its sales team.

The event, held in the training room of the company’s Charlotte facility, hosted 23 members of James River Equipment’s sales team from the Charlotte, Greensboro and Asheville branches.

James River Equipment recently took on the Atlas Copco and Dynapac product lines. For Dynapac, James River Equipment will offer compaction, paving and milling equipment in North Carolina, while for Atlas Copco, the company will offer surface drilling equipment for North and South Carolina

During the event, attendees were provided hands-on instructions for a Dynapac CC524HF high frequency double drum asphalt roller and a F1000W wheeled 10-ft. paver. For Atlas Copco, attendees received an informative product overview, which covered all of the products James River Equipment will be offering in the Carolinas.




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