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Linder Industrial Machinery Holds Oktoberfest Celebration

Linder rings in October, German Style.

Wed October 16, 2013 - Southeast Edition
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(L-R): Alva and Terry McCall both of McCall’s Construction in Belhaven, N.C., talk with Rusty Smith and Jared Gray both of Linder Industrial Machinery about the Intelligent Machine Control that is built into the Komatsu D61PXI dozer.
(L-R): Alva and Terry McCall both of McCall’s Construction in Belhaven, N.C., talk with Rusty Smith and Jared Gray both of Linder Industrial Machinery about the Intelligent Machine Control that is built into the Komatsu D61PXI dozer.
(L-R): Alva and Terry McCall both of McCall’s Construction in Belhaven, N.C., talk with Rusty Smith and Jared Gray both of Linder Industrial Machinery about the Intelligent Machine Control that is built into the Komatsu D61PXI dozer. (L-R): Todd Bouquin, Charles Horton, Tod Tucker and Matt Waligora, all of Martin Marietta Materials, Carolina East Division look at the Komatsu excavators. (L-R): Michael and Jean Jones of Martin Marietta Materials are welcomed by Murray Charles. (L-R): David Lee of Linder Industrial Machinery; Mark Schlenker and Dick Thomas both of Montague Development in Durham, N.C., look over the Komatsu excavators especially the PC 490LC with the removable counterweight. (L-R): Rick Royals and Mark Woodell both of Royals Contracting in Raleigh, N.C., listen to Earl Person of Linder Industrial Machinery talk about the Wirtgen W120T milling machine. Bill Chaney of Midland Machinery Company in Tonawanda, N.Y., stands with Reva and Elizabeth. (L-R): Kenny Mitchell, Tyson Henderson and Michael Crane all of Rustin Paving Inc. in Durham, N.C., look over the Hamm compaction products. Josh Kearns (L) of Benchmark Tool & Supply and Stephen James of Wright Contracting in Siler City, N.C., stand in front of the Komatsu D61PXI dozer equipped with Intelligent Machine Control. The Holzackern Tyrolaen Band plays festive German music during the Oktoberfest. (L-R): Chris Wilkes and Earl Person both of Linder Industrial Machinery; Kelly Wilson, Loren Alexander and Eric Long all of Delta Contracting in Haw River, N.C., look over the Wirtgen milling products. Steve Surrett (L) of Lane Construction and Mark Schwandt of Granite Contracting are welcomed and registered by Shelly and Lauren.

Linder Industrial Machinery held an Oktoberfest celebration at its Raleigh, N.C., location on Oct. 3. More than 200 guests attended the event and looked over the machines on hand featuring the latest technology from Komatsu, Wirtgen, Genesis, Etnyre, Geith and other leading brands.