Lano Equipment of Shakopee, Minn., Holds Open House

Sat May 10, 2014 - Midwest Edition
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The open house was attended by approximately 400 guests.
The open house was attended by approximately 400 guests.
The open house was attended by approximately 400 guests. The crowd attentively listened to Minnesota Department of Public Safety Commercial Vehicle Inspector Steve Krueger discuss the safety issues they are looking for in commercial vehicles applied in the construction industry. (L-R): Lano Equipment Service Technicians Adam Eckstein, Derek Miller and Josh Heller were on hand to answer any equipment maintenance or equipment issues of attendees. (L-R): Bernard Booher, service technician with Doug Nething, owner operator of Fuel Tank Removal, Brooklyn Center, Minn., with a Doosan DZX 235LCR. Many attendees stayed to ask Officer Steve Krueger questions. (L-R): Richard Malecha of Jirik Sod Farms with Randy Eckstein, Lano of Shakopee and Tim Krahn, district manager of Bobcat with Bobcat’s Special Edition T650 one-millionth loader special edition.


Lano Equipment of Shakopee held its open house on April 25.

A DOT session was conducted by Commercial Vehicle Inspector Steve Krueger. Approximately 200 people attended and were impressed by the knowledge and usefulness of attending the presentation, according to the company.

Lano Equipment was well-represented by equipment representatives and local financial services. Bobcat, Doosan, Kubota, Felling, Stihl, Toro, Virning and Paumco representatives were on hand to answer any questions guest had. Financial representatives from U.S. Bank and Kinetic Leasing Inc. were also present. Lunch was served to approximately 400 guests.