Bobcat of Monroe boasts a service area where employees can work on 12 machines at a time and a 2,000-sq.-ft. parts space, all while the company maintains 95 percent parts availability. Additionally, they have 11,600 line items in stock and a $2 million parts inventory — all to service your needs. CEG
Randy Warrington (L) of Bobcat of Monroe welcomes Billy Dorton of Billy Dorton Masonry in Monroe to the event.
The excavator contest winner.
Discussing a Bobcat T595 track loader is Alec Hensley and Braeden Evans, both of Beavers Clearing & Grading in Lancaster, S.C., and Dan Bebe of Bobcat of Monroe.
This contractor from Monroe, N.C., posted the lowest time on the tire grab event; he said the smooth hydraulics made it easy.
(L-R) are Ed Roy Jr., Ed Roy Sr. and Jensen Roy, all of Roy & Son Grading in Concord, N.C.
Cameron Barbee (L) and Wes Malone, both of All-American Contracting in Monroe, look over the Bobcat E145 excavator. The 14-ton turbo-charged Bobcat E145 excavator is a larger machine that’s ideal for roadways, railroad, bridges and infrastructure, commercial and urban job sites. The reduced tail swing allows for greater maneuverability in tight job sites, so you can confidently work around obstacles or against walls.
Knocking only the tennis ball off the stand was what the participant had to do using the Bobcat T595 track loader.
Conveniently located at 1711 Morgan Mill Road in Monroe, N.C.
Tyler, Kayla, Christy and Scott, all of 4K Land Clearing & Grading in Lancaster, S.C., check out the popular Bobcat T595.
The loader contest winner.