Tracey Road Equipment — is the long-time dealer an earthmoving and excavating dealership? Municipal equipment dealership? Road building and asphalt maintenance equipment dealership? Over the road medium-duty/ heavy-duty truck dealership? Off road truck dealership? Compact excavating equipment dealership? Truck equipper and fabrication shop? The answer is YES to all of the above and much more.
Founded in 1976 by Jerry Tracey, Tracey Road Equipment has grown to be a truly one-of-a-kind equipment dealership over the past 43 years. A one-stop shop where contractors, landscapers, municipalities, trucking firms, salvage and recycling yards, demolition contractors, and virtually anyone who uses any type of truck and/or earthmoving or processing equipment, can purchase nearly anything they need. Where many dealerships limit purchasing options to one or possibly two manufacturers, Tracey Road Equipment offers trucks and equipment from a wide variety of manufacturers from all over the world, giving customers the opportunity to pick and choose from the company that will best meet their needs.
On Oct. 10, 2019, Tracey Road Equipment held its annual open house and equipment expo at its headquarters in Syracuse, N.Y.
People traveled from all ends of New York State to enjoy great hospitality and an up-close view of all of Tracey Road Equipment's product offerings, including Kobelco, Hyundai, Liebherr, Hitachi, New Holland, Roadtec, Terex, Bell trucks, Sakai, Dieci, Rubble Master, Broce brooms, Holder, Doppstadt, Alamo, Carlton, LaBounty, Road Widener, Allied, Freightliner, Western Star, Oshkosh, Etnyre, Felling trailers, Trout River, Rogers and Load King, just to name a few. P
At 35 tons, this is one of the largest zero tailswing excavators available in its size category and offered by Liebherr. (L-R) are Jerry Tracey, president and founder of Tracey Road Equipment; Lasse Laanikari; Peter Mayr, president; Cheri Cooke; and Mike Balella, all of Liebherr North America.
One of the show-stoppers was this walk-through display from Detroit Diesel, which shows actual cutaways of their engines and major drive components.
(L-R): With a Hitachi ZW150 are Brian Congdon of the town of Cortlandville, and Buzz Barber and Keith White, both of the village of Homer.
For decades, Tracey Road Equipment has been among the nation’s leading Kobelco excavator dealers in terms of market share. Factory representatives field a host of questions and help arrange financing.
Eric Cliff, regional service manager of Hyundai, was on hand to assure municipal and contracting customers that Hyundai is fully prepared to support any and all service needs of their full line of excavators and loaders.
Music and live entertainment are a must at a Tracey Road Equipment open house.
If you’re going to sell every piece of heavy equipment for every imaginable application, then representing some of the world’s leading attachments manufacturers is a must. Jeffrey Weston (L) of Stanley Infrastructure and Larry Giberson of Giberson Enterprises.
This Bell model B45E articulated truck is just one example of the huge variety of earthmoving equipment from a wide scope of manufacturers available at Tracey Road Equipment.
A beautiful, sunny autumn day assured a huge turnout with more than 500 attendees pre-registered and the total number of visitors for the day approached 1,000.
Highway departments are sure to be impressed that nearly every single item from truck to snowblower to wheeled excavator is available at Tracey Road Equipment, a one-stop shop. (L-R) from the town of Sullivan are Ron Kingsley, Pete Compoli and Carl Magdziuk.
The Tracey welcoming committee made sure that everyone’s goody bag was overflowing.
A massive crowd of Tracey Road Equipment customers from one end of the state to the other gathered under the big top to enjoy refreshments and comradery.
As the autumn chill hits the air, everyone enjoys a good old-fashioned barbecue.
These three gentlemen are big fans of the New Holland line of compact construction equipment. (L-R) with this New Holland model 235 skid steer are Scott Thayer of Tracey Road Equipment; Paul Doupe of PD Enterprise, a landscape and excavation contractor, who currently has three New Holland skid steers in his fleet that were purchased from Tracey Road Equipment; and Steve Doupe, also of PD Enterprise.
This Western Star truck (for which Tracey Road Equipment is a dealer) was recently added to the Tracey Road Equipment service fleet, enhancing its ability to satisfy the ever-growing needs of customers.