SITECH Metro Northeast Holds Open House at H.O. Penn

SITECH worked closely with one of its key partners, H.O. Penn Machinery to host an open house complete with a full demonstration area of Caterpillar machines.

Tue November 18, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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Long Island contractors take the opportunity to sit at the controls to experience Trimble technology and Caterpillar engineering.
Long Island contractors take the opportunity to sit at the controls to experience Trimble technology and Caterpillar engineering.
Long Island contractors take the opportunity to sit at the controls to experience Trimble technology and Caterpillar engineering. This Cat 279D tracked loader is equipped with a Level Best laser grading box. Mike Harris (L), Northeast software representative of Trimble, and Bruce Haines, Northeast account representative of Trimble, stand ready to answer customer questions. (L-R): Mike Vincent, SITECH Metro Northeast, and Brian Carroll, H.O. Penn sales representative, discuss ways to improve productivity with John Kelly, Kelco Landscape. (L-R): Keith Goldhammer, Laser Industries, Ridge, N.Y.; Jim and J.P. Pratt, Pratt Brothers, Holtsville, N.Y.; and Tom Rush, H.O. Penn Machinery, talk about the technology housed in this Cat D6LGP. Larry Lemer (L), Trimble Spectra Precision, and Max Pedro, Concrete Structures, Ronkonkoma, N.Y., discuss various laser guidance options. Marty Callahan (L), H.O. Penn Machinery, welcomes one of H.O. Penn’s loyal Caterpillar customers, Shawn Pratt, Bove Industries. SITECH Metro Northeast LLC gave Long Island contractors a hands-on opportunity to test the latest in excavating technology at the open house.

SITECH Metro Northeast LLC gave Long Island contractors a hands-on opportunity to test the latest in excavating technology at an open house held Oct. 23 at H.O. Penn Machinery’s Holtsville, N.Y., facility.

SITECH worked closely with one of its key partners, H.O. Penn Machinery to host an open house complete with a full demonstration area of Caterpillar machines (excavators, dozers, rollers and track loaders) that were equipped with the latest Trimble 2D and 3D grade control systems.

The open house was staffed with trained experts from SITECH, Trimble, H.O. Penn and Caterpillar on hand to guide attendees through product demonstrations and to answer any questions and address any concerns from local contractors.




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