Murphy Tractor Holds Customer Appreciation Event

Fri November 16, 2012 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Sitech’s Abel Moore demonstrates Trimble Mag Drive Technology at the SPS 930 Robotic Total Station.
Sitech’s Abel Moore demonstrates Trimble Mag Drive Technology at the SPS 930 Robotic Total Station.
Sitech’s Abel Moore demonstrates Trimble Mag Drive Technology at the SPS 930 Robotic Total Station. Fred Schnepp (L) of Productivity Products & Services discusses how Topcon machine control works with this John Deere 700K dozer with Charles Day of Day Brothers Excavating. (L-R): Sean Riley of Murphy Tractor & Equipment catches up with Independence Excavating’s Jeff Vivian and Terry Tomasko and Murphy Tractor & Equipment’s Ron Durst. (L-R): Tim Reiter of Productivity Products & Services joins Dennis Cade of Allu, Cory Mason, also of Productivity Products & Services and Justin Miller of J. Miller Excavating LLC. NPK’s Ken Skala (L) discusses applications for the NPK Model GH-4 hydraulic hammer with Chris Fall of Murphy Tractor & Equipment. Murphy Tractor & Equipment’s Jason Welch (L) and Dana Stiller (R) talk with Bob Bruce of Kozik Bros. before enjoying some lunch. (L-R): Jason Welch of Murphy Tractor & Equipment talks John Deere equipment with Paul and L.V. Micsky of L.V. Micsky Excavating.

Murphy Tractor & Equipment hosted a customer appreciation event at its Cranberry, Pa., branch on Dec. 12. Contractors, maintenance officials and crews from local townships were provided useful information while enjoying lunch and an opportunity to catch up with Murphy Tractor & Equipment representatives in a relaxed setting.

The event was held as a way to thank area customers for their continued business and also share information about the latest equipment and technologies designed to maximize productivity and profits. In addition to the sales and service staff from Murphy Tractor and Equipment, factory representatives from John Deere along with representatives from several equipment and technology vendors were on hand to share information about their products and services.

Featured at the event was the JDLink, a system that provides remote detailed reporting on a given machine such as location, fuel consumption, machine hours, equipment utilization, and maintenance reminders and diagnostics. There are three John Deere JDLink options available to meet a variety of work site requirements.

Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc., one of John Deere’s largest North American construction equipment dealer organizations, is headquartered in Park City, Kan. The organization has 28 locations throughout the states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Nebraska.




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