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On the job stories, news and articles from around the industry.

RC loader helps a quadriplegic man return to work

By Laura Johnson, Two Rivers Marketing Trevor Brown positions his hands on the controls of his Bobcat compact track loader and turns the key. The engine...

Schouten Excavating finds its calling in demolition and concrete crushing

If you’ve ever questioned whether or not hard works pays off, look to Schouten Excavating. Calvin Schouten, 24, and Wiebren de Boer, 35, became friends...

Here’s how Irving Equipment moved a 55-ton dryer from inside of...

https://vimeo.com/269482224/49d7f8f76c When the time came for Irving Tissue to replace its 55-ton Yankee dryer from its New Brunswick paper facility, the company turned to a...

Consider CMMS for preventive or predictive equipment maintenance

By Bryan Christiansen Having the right maintenance program means ensuring your equipment runs with minimal unexpected problems, without spending too much of your resources on...

Putting ladders in their place with low-level scissor lifts

By Justin Kissinger, VP of marketing for Custom Equipment Just like a runner wouldn’t expect to win a race injury-free wearing sandals, a contractor shouldn’t expect...

How to get the most out of your hydraulics system

By Lee Padgett, Takeuchi-US product manager Hydraulics are the heart and soul of your machine. Over the last several years, hydraulics have become more sophisticated with...

A custom solution for mining machine maintenance

Maintenance staff at ArcelorMittal’s Mine de Mont-Wright in Quebec are now able to reach new heights, thanks to a custom solution created by Manulift. The...

Sarjeant Company brings beauty to Simcoe County jobsites

The Sarjeant Company partners with local artists to transform its concrete truck fleet While The Sarjeant Company has helped construct Simcoe County for nearly 130...