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Trade Show Season is Here Again

Earlier this month the Takeuchi team exhibited at the International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) in Louisville, Kentucky. Nearly 17,000 attendees from the construction and utilities industries descended upon Louisville, where over 800 equipment manufacturers showed off the latest innovations and technologies.

Lean & Mean in Annapolis, Maryland

You won’t find D.L. Miller Backhoe Service in the phonebook, and that’s just the way they like it. “Keeping a low profile” isn’t usually listed as a sound business strategy, but it has certainly worked for D.L. Miller. “All of our business is through word of mouth,” explains Dave Miller, Owner of D.L. Miller Backhoe Service, Inc. “We aren’t in the phone book, we’re not on Facebook or Twitter—I don’t even have an email address,” he continues. “We’ve been in business for 34 years, and have never had more than five employees at a time. We are more about quality than quantity.”

Winter Draws On – Changing Weather Means More Business for Contractors in the Northeast

Glenn Zirpolo founded Groom Lawn in 1980. Headquartered in Adamstown, Maryland, Groom Lawn now covers about a hundred-mile radius—from Pennsylvania down to Virginia, and everywhere in between.

This is What Long Term Success Looks Like

Without a doubt, jobs in the construction and industrial sectors have been among some of the hardest hit by the recession, and recovery is slow to come. It's easy to focus on the negative impact of the recession on businesses — it’s much harder to find organizations that pushed through the bad times and continue to grow. There is something we can all learn from the approach those organizations have taken.

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Dealer Profile: McCann Industries

McCann Industries has 7 locations in the Chicago metro area, and is one of the largest equipment dealers in the northern Midwest.

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The Importance of Regular Service Intervals

Contracts are more competitive than ever, and you need your equipment running at peak performance every minute of the day when you’re on the job.