Linder knows that customers expect the best machinery equipped with the latest technology and is aligned with manufacturers who share that view.
With 460 employees and 18 branch locations across Florida and the Carolinas, Linder continues to work every day to be a partner in your business and help bring solutions to your job sites.
Linder has continued to expand, opening its newest location in Ladson, S.C., in the spring of 2017 to better serve the needs of an area that is among the 10 fastest growing in the country. It also plans to debut a 44,000-sq.-ft., state-of-the-art branch in Concord, N.C., in December.
“Our customers need top-of-the-line equipment to be successful at their job sites, and we offer that,” said company President John Coughlin. “Our lineup combines cutting-edge technology with dependable machinery that has a solid reputation among users.”
In addition, the material-handling group at Linder now offers Terberg tractors.
Not all manufacturers' products are offered at all locations.
A steady flow of guests tested out the new Komatsu PC360i, and many were impressed with the features.
Representing Taylor Brothers Construction in Columbia (L-R) are Donald and Michael Taylor, Minnie Gamble, Chaniq Randle and Reagan Clinton.
The latest machines from Komatsu were available for the guests to try out.
(L-R) are James Franklin, Jon Rainey, Donny Atkins and Zachary Liddell, all of Sloan Construction in Duncan, S.C.; Rick Brown of Wirtgen; and Earl Person of Linder Industrial Machinery. The Vogele Super 2000-3i features a basic width of 10 ft. and a maximum paving width of 28 ft. It has a top placement rate of 1,540 tph. The tracked Super 2000-3i is designed primarily for use in highway construction and large-scale commercial applications, which are all about power and productivity.
(L-R): Michael Malloy of Linder Industrial Machinery; and Philip Laughridge and Dan Addison, both of PDEA LLC in Columbia, are in front of the C-Series CemenTech, a mobile concrete batch plant that can produce 60 yards per hour.
(L-R) are Steven Jackson, C.R. Jackson Inc. in Columbia, S.C.; Jason Wilkie, JC Wilkie Construction, Lexington, S.C.; and Zvi McManus and Earl Person, both of Linder Industrial Machinery
Loy Wood of Linder Industrial Machinery in Charleston fulfills a parts order from the vertical lift module, which contains about 8,000 line items.
Steve Lowe, Linder Industrial Machinery Charleston parts manager, selects the needed items for a customer. The company stocks more than $3 million worth of parts in Ladson, S.C.
Going over the Komatsu excavator lineup (L-R) are Cody Zervth and Amy and Tony Wilson, all of LJ Inc in Cayce, S.C.; and Dustin Light of Linder Industrial Machinery.
Brian Chappell (L) of Linder Industrial Machinery goes over the Komatsu wheel loaders and motorgraders with Marc Watson, Sanders Brothers in Charleston, S.C.; and Kevin Woodley, Lonny Seleogo and company mascot Figi of Fontaine Construction in Charleston, S.C.
A few of the many vehicles Linder Industrial Machinery has invested in to service customers’ machines.
Komatsu motorgraders and excavators were available for the guests to operate.
Richard Cleeve (L) of Gulf Stream Construction in Charleston and Ron Schwieters of Linder Industrial Machinery discuss the benefits of the Komatsu PC360LCi.
For many years, Linder Industrial Machinery has offered many different field service maintenance options for its customers. (L-R) are Trey Huntsinger of Linder; Jin Baisch of CSX in North Charleston; Danny Miller of Parsec Inc. in North Charleston; and John Coughlin, president of Linder.
(L-R): Rodney Burbag and Adam Waters, both of Dorchester Logistics in Charleston are welcomed to the Ladson open house by John Covington, Sam Light and Ray Whitehead, all of Linder Industrial Machinery
(L-R) are Andrew and Tyler Sease of S&S Construction in Anderson, S.C.; Taylor Purvis of RCS Grading in Greer, S.C.; and Andy Chapman of Linder Industrial Machinery. Displayed on the monitor in the background is tKomatsu Komtrax, a machine diagnostic and tracking tool.
The Vögele Super 1700-3i is a highlight of the new generation. It’s a cutting-edge paver in the 8-ft. class. Conceived especially for North America, the tracked machine handles a wide variety of paving jobs. Due to its compact design, the Super 1700-3i is the ideal partner for inner-city applications. (L-R) are Earl Person, Linder Industrial Machinery; Casey Schwager and David Marsland, both with Sloan Construction in Greer, S.C.; and Rick Brown of Wirtgen.
(L-R) are Corey Robinson, Raby Construction, Greenville, S.C.; Greg Hill, Triad Grading, Greenville, S.C.; William Pittman, Michael Raby and Scott Childress, all of Raby Construction; and Clary Hood of Clary Hood Inc. in Spartanburg, S.C.
Perry Taggart (L) of Flatiron Construction Corp. goes over a few of the machine needs for the reconstruction of the I-385 and I-85 interchange with Jason Youngblood, Linder Industrial Machinery.
John Coughlin (L), president of Linder Industrial Machinery, presents the door prize to David Young of Vulcan Materials in Greenwood, S.C.
Going over the latest Hamm compaction products are Rick Brown (L) of Wirtgen and Myron Brubacher of Morgan Corp. in Spartanburg, S.C.
Linder Industrial Machinery had several machines on hand for customers to look over, including the Komatsu D61pxi, which features an intelligent machine control system that allows automated operation from heavy dozing to fine grading, achieving up to 8 percent greater efficiency in moving material.
Zvi McManus (L) of Linder Industrial Machinery goes over the new Komatsu PC360i with Stephen Balentine of Gene Ray Fulmer Construction Co. in Ridge Spring, S.C. The machine utilizes 3D design data loaded into a monitor to accurately display machine position relative to target grade. When the bucket reaches the target surface, automation kicks in to limit over-excavation.