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A powerful motor vehicle with large rear wheels, used chiefly on farms for hauling equipment and trailers.

Three Minutes With John Deere CEO Sam Allen

Three Minutes With John Deere CEO Sam Allen

John Deere & Company was founded in 1837 with a polished-steel plow. In 1918, the company bought the maker of Waterloo Boy tractors, and the tractor became Deere’s basic product. Nearly 100 years later, John Deere celebrated its 175th anniversary in 2012 with net sales and revenue of more than

Modern Scrapers—A Variety of Capabilities

Modern Scrapers—A Variety of Capabilities

When it comes to volumes of dirt moved, the sky is the limit for scrapers, notes Shane Kroeker, vice president of marketing for K-Tec Earthmovers. And, for moving earth on a job site, the scraper serves as a versatile piece of equipment, offering the ability to move a wide range of

Getting the Most Dozer for Your Dollar

Getting the Most Dozer for Your Dollar

Obviously, the basic key to getting the most from your dozer investment is to keep it busy. That depends on projects being available and on your estimators’ ability to bid work successfully. But upstream from the work site, an equipment dealer and manufacturer have also put in many hours to

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Alpine Equipment
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Bell Trucks America Inc.
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BITCO
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Carlson Software
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Caterpillar Inc.
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ClearSpan Fabric Structures
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Dirt Logic
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Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment America
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Excavision Inc
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Frutiger/Mobydick, Wheel Washing Systems
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HCSS (Heavy Construction Systems Specialists)
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Hitachi Construction
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Hyundai Construction Equipment
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Insite Sitework
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JCB North America
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John Deere Construction Equipment
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K-Tec Earthmovers
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KOBELCO Construction
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Kubota Tractor Corp.
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Leading Edge Attachments
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Liebherr
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Mabey Inc.
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Preco Electronics
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Rogers Brothers Corp.
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Rototilt Systems
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Sakai America Inc.
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Sutter Equipment Co.
www.sutterequipment.com

Topcon Positioning Systems
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Towmaster Trailers/Big Tow
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Scraper Versatility

Scraper Versatility

When it comes to volumes of dirt moved, the sky is the limit for scrapers, notes Shane Kroeker, vice president of marketing for K-Tec Earthmovers. And, for moving earth on a job site, the scraper serves as a versatile piece of equipment, offering the ability to move a wide range of

John Deere to Break New Ground at 2017 CONEXPO-CON/AGG

John Deere to Break New Ground at 2017 CONEXPO-CON/AGG

MOLINE, Ill. (Jan. 31, 2017) — Building upon its commitment to listening and responding, John Deere will highlight its line of equipment, technologies and services at this year’s CONEXPO-CON/AGG, March 7-11 in Las Vegas.

Over 38,000 square feet of exhibition space will be home to 38 machines along with 11 John

Hydroseeding for Transportation Projects

Hydroseeding for Transportation Projects

Hydroseeding has connections with most forms of transportation, including revegetation around highways, airports, and mass transit projects. It is even a part of water-related travel, if one considers work done on the grounds at marinas, shipping channels, and ports.

Finding the Right Trailer to Haul Your Equipment

Finding the Right Trailer to Haul Your Equipment

Grading and excavation contractors have plenty to worry about. They need to make sure that they are bidding fairly on jobs, offering a solid price but not shorting themselves needed profit at the same time. They need to offer proper training to their crewmembers and make sure that they are

Trailing Isn’t Always a Bad Thing

Trailing Isn’t Always a Bad Thing

Grading and excavation contractors have plenty to worry about. They need to make sure that they are bidding fairly on jobs, offering a solid price but not shorting themselves needed profit at the same time. They need to offer proper training to their crewmembers and make sure that they are

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