National Attachments Returns to ConExpo

This year's exhibit at ConExpo will feature two manufacturers that are relatively new to the National Attachment lineup.

Tue January 14, 2014 - National Edition
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The Nye extreme service demolition grapple will be featured at the 2014 ConExpo.
The Nye extreme service demolition grapple will be featured at the 2014 ConExpo.

Since its conception in 1989, National Attachments' sole focus has been providing severe-duty, heavy equipment attachments for the demolition, construction, forestry, recycling and scrap industries. The company represents several manufacturers, including Nye, manufacturer of severe-duty grapples, pulverizers, processors, wood shears and stump harvesters.

"This year's exhibit at ConExpo will feature two manufacturers that are relatively new to our lineup, Rock Tools LLC, a manufacturer of diamond plated excavator attached rock cutting saws; and Alpine Equipment, which manufactures concrete grinders and trenching tools," said Scott Guimond, president of National Attachments,

"We will also be spotlighting the patented Nye digital concrete pulverizer with a four position front mounted ripper; the Nye extreme service demolition grapple, along with the Nye extreme duty stump harvester.

"Another product featured at this year's show will be the stump axe, a budget driven, yet heavy duty tool for breaking up stumps that have been excavated and need to be reduced in size. We are certainly looking forward to seeing everyone at this year's event. We will be located in Silver Lot 4, booth #6222."




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