Titan Machinery Hosts Grand Opening

Fri April 13, 2012 - Midwest Edition
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Bryan Ellis of BE Grading, Big Lake, Minn., bought an excavator from Titan and is considering adding something like this Case SV250 with a Virnig grapple to his fleet.
Bryan Ellis of BE Grading, Big Lake, Minn., bought an excavator from Titan and is considering adding something like this Case SV250 with a Virnig grapple to his fleet.
Bryan Ellis of BE Grading, Big Lake, Minn., bought an excavator from Titan and is considering adding something like this Case SV250 with a Virnig grapple to his fleet. Jim Ochetti of Titan Machinery, Rogers Minn., is all smiles as he stands in front of this Seppi Super Forst 250 with a 8 ft. 2 in. cutting width attached to a Barko 937 375 HP. Titan Rentals Account Manager Tom Deveny of Shakopee, Minn., stops for a photo next to this Wacker Nueson 625 generator and E2200 ground thaw unit. Titan Machinery’s Dennis Moening (L) and fellow master chef Mike Werman, Titan machine control specialist, cook up pork chops, hot dogs and veggie burgers for open house attendees. Mark Martin of MM Dirtworks, Elk River, Minn., likes what he sees in this Case CX135SR mini-excavator. Drew Stillwell (L), inventor of the Stillwell powered hydraulic trailer jack; and Stillwell Jacks Sales Representative Justin Kendall of Minneapolis, Minn., are happy to show off their time-saving product at the open house.

Titan Machinery held a grand opening event March 23 at its Rogers, Minn., location. The day offered Titan Machinery a chance to showcase a number of the new pieces of equipment it has available for rent. In addition to the opportunity to test equipment from Case, Wacker Neuson, JLG, Terex and Leica, attendees also were served a free lunch.




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