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Sargents Equipment & Repair Service Holds Open House

Tue November 22, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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In front of the Genesis LXP 400 (L-R) are Don Davies of Sargents Equipment & Repair Service, Dave Konopko of Environmental Cleansing Corp., Tim Schwalm of Sargents Equipment & Repair Service and Curt Frahm, regional manager of Genesis Attachments.
In front of the Genesis LXP 400 (L-R) are Don Davies of Sargents Equipment & Repair Service, Dave Konopko of Environmental Cleansing Corp., Tim Schwalm of Sargents Equipment & Repair Service and Curt Frahm, regional manager of Genesis Attachments.
In front of the Genesis LXP 400 (L-R) are Don Davies of Sargents Equipment & Repair Service, Dave Konopko of Environmental Cleansing Corp., Tim Schwalm of Sargents Equipment & Repair Service and Curt Frahm, regional manager of Genesis Attachments. Ed Abrahamzon of Genesis Attachments conducts the Genesis shear maintenance school. This Link-Belt 460 LX excavator is equipped with a Genesis LXP shear. A Link-Belt 460 excavator equipped with a Genesis grapple was part of the Genesis shear maintenance school offered during the open house.

Sargents Equipment & Repair Service held an open house Oct. 21 and 22 in South Chicago Heights, Ill. In addition to the open house, attendees could take part in a Genesis shear maintenance school. Products from Genesis Attachments, Young, Flip-Screen and Harris were on display.

The open house also was a chance for Sargents to announce it is now the Link-Belt material handler dealer for a multi-state area and showcase the company’s new rubber tired 100,000 lb. class machine.