Midlantic Shows Off Remodeled Baltimore Facility at Event

Despite the weather, Midlantic Machinery staff and manufacturer representatives were able to bring customers outside and show them certain pieces of equipment and new features.

Tue November 04, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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W. “Buzz” Berg, CEO of Berg Recycling, Baltimore, Md., was all smiles over lunch when he won a gift certificate to Bass Pro Shop from TAG Manufacturing Inc.
W. “Buzz” Berg, CEO of Berg Recycling, Baltimore, Md., was all smiles over lunch when he won a gift certificate to Bass Pro Shop from TAG Manufacturing Inc.
W. “Buzz” Berg, CEO of Berg Recycling, Baltimore, Md., was all smiles over lunch when he won a gift certificate to Bass Pro Shop from TAG Manufacturing Inc. Attendees gathered inside after lunch to discuss different products that Midlantic Machinery carries. T-shirts and hats were available in a variety of styles. The lunchtime group was treated to a buffet of pulled pork, turkey and brisket. A row of Komatsu wheel loaders, including this WA380, greeted the guests as they drove in. Midlantic Machinery’s Baltimore yard is filled with all different types of machines. Pictured are just a few of the excavators on site. Shane Pinzka (L), Midlantic Machinery Inc. territory manager, goes over a few specs with a customer from Blocks & Rocks, Fallston, Md.

Midlantic Machinery hosted an open house on Oct. 22, in its newly remodeled Baltimore facility.

Manufacturer representatives from Reichdrill, BTI, Terex, Komatsu and many more set up shop inside to answer any questions that Midlantic customers may have had. Despite the weather, Midlantic Machinery staff and manufacturer representatives were able to bring customers outside and show them certain pieces of equipment and new features.

Donuts and coffee were provided to the individuals that stopped by early and for the lunch crowd a BBQ was served with pulled pork, turkey and brisket. All guests were greeted at the door with a gift bag to thank them for coming. They were then able to walk around to different tables that manufacturers had and add to their bag. The last stop for goodies was complimentary t-shirts that Komatsu and Midlantic provided.




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