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MUCH TO CELEBRATE AT THE MID-YEAR POINT

CHANGES ABUNDANT AT TAKEUCHI

If there were a word to best sum up the end of last year heading into this year, it would be change and at Takeuchi, change seems to be a theme of late. Change can sometimes have a negative connotation, but ours have all been completely positive and due to a vastly growing team.

REBUILDING FOLLOWING TRAGEDY

In the fall of 2012, Hurricane Sandy devastated areas up and down the eastern United States causing $75 billion in damage, the second-costliest hurricane in U.S. history. It has since been three years, but in areas like New Jersey that were hit the hardest, the aftereffects remain as houses continue to be rebuilt to this day.

DEMOING TO HELP PREVENT FUTURE FOREST FIRE IN CALIFORNIA
 

MANY NEW FACES AND PROMOTIONS AT TAKEUCHI

There has been a lot of movement here at Takeuchi since the announcement of our new distribution facility. To keep it straight, check out the newest faces at Takeuchi, as well as the well-deserved promotions. 

GROWING FROM THE GROUND UP

Tyler Brown established TB Construction in 2013 as a one-man operation with just himself and an old tractor. Initially, Brown started the company to fix driveways around the Wellston, Oklahoma, area, but he never dreamed how much his little operation would take off as it expanded into additional services.

 

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NEW: TL12V2 Compact Track Loader

The industry’s biggest vertical-lift track loader, the TL12V2 gives you more lift height and a low cross-member design for excellent visibility to the attachment.

Routine Maintenance and Best Practices: A Guide to Prolonging the Life of Your Skid Steer

Daily and monthly procedures are crucial for the longevity of a skid steer loader, so it is important to ensure you have established a regular routine around caring for your machine.

Promotions/Offers

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