On Nov. 3, King of Prussia Equipment Corp., located in King of Prussia, Pa., held a one-day service school seminar with Multiquip-Whiteman (MQ-Whiteman), a manufacturing company of ride-on trowels with branches in Carson, Calif., and Boise, Idaho.
Tom Caterina, product manager, Ben Wiese, service engineer and Chuck Butler, district manager, all of Whiteman, a division of Multiquip Inc., conducted the complementary seminar at King of Prussia Equipment’s facility.
The service school included 22 participants from 11 companies in the tri-state area of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. The seminar ended at 3:30 p.m. with a question and answer period.
Coffee and donuts as well as lunch was provided by King of Prussia Equipment. MQ-Whiteman provided service manuals, parts discs, service DVDs, hats and shirts for each participant.
Students were educated initially via PowerPoint of the manual in a classroom setting. Primary topics included the servicing and maintaining of the Whiteman ride-on trowels.
MQ-Whiteman Inc. of Boise, Idaho, manufactures a complete line of concrete equipment and is a manufacturer of walk-behind and ride-on trowels. MQ-Whiteman also developed and introduced the “hydrostatic” model ride-on trowel.
The companies represented at the King of Prussia Equipment/MQ-Whiteman seminar included:
• Brightline Construction, Philadelphia, Pa.
• Cavan Construction, Aston, Pa.
• Capital Concrete, Elmer, N.J.
• Empire Concrete, Rock Hill, N.J.
• Fred Schiavone Construction, Malaga, N.J.
• Engelman Construction, Macungie, Pa.
• Healy, Long & Jevin, Wilmington, Del.
• Mega Construction, Philadelphia, Pa.
• B. Pietrini & Sons, King of Prussia, Pa.
• William Robinson Concrete, Linden, Pa.
• Schlouch Inc., Blandon, Pa.
For more information, call 610/265-1036.
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