Tracey Road Equipment Holds Open House, Workshop

Fri October 08, 2010 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Highway superintendents and contractors from across New York State gathered at Tracey Road Equipment and enjoyed tasty pork barbecue.
Highway superintendents and contractors from across New York State gathered at Tracey Road Equipment and enjoyed tasty pork barbecue.
Highway superintendents and contractors from across New York State gathered at Tracey Road Equipment and enjoyed tasty pork barbecue. Factory representatives explain the features of an Aquatech vacuum truck. Before and after lunch, attendees gained valuable information from qualified speakers concerning new DEC emission regulations. Refreshments, critical information, door prizes, and the latest new road and equipment technology — Tracey Road Equipment’s open house had it all. Dick Ridings (L), sales and finance manager of Tracey Road Equipment, discusses the latest in Sakai compaction technology with Frank Lopke of Lopke Contracting in Binghamton, N.Y. This aerial view gives a good sense of the sprawling Tracey Road Equipment headquarters in Syracuse, N.Y. Tracey Road Equipment is among the state’s largest suppliers of over the road trucks, municipal equipment, highway maintenance equipment and he (L-R): Peggy Kip, finance manager of Tracey Road Equipment, welcomes Andrew Russo, Republican candidate for the 49th District NYS Senate seat, who stopped by the open house looking for support in the upcoming election. Also welcoming Russo is Jerry Tracey With the latest model Western Star municipal truck (L-R) are Al Rose and Cary McConnell, both of the town of Mexico; Tate Searles and Roger Hubbard, both of the town of New Haven; and Ken Light of the Town of Williamstown. (L-R): With a Kobelco SK350 is Dick Ridings, sales and finance manager; Craig Newbold, territory sales manager of New Holland Construction Kobelco; and Scott Collins, vice president of sales and marketing for Tracey Road Equipment. Attendees check out a large variety of new trucks and all types of dump bodies suitable for both municipal and contractor applications.

Tracey Road Equipment held an open house and informational workshop Sept. 23 at its headquarters in East Syracuse, N.Y.

Hundreds of attendees from across New York State were treated to a catered hog roast and an informational workshop, which provided an update on changing DEC emission regulations that are now being placed in effect. Topics covered included which emission regulations have changed, which types of diesel vehicles are impacted and what steps can be made to retrofit the impacted engines.




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