Wednesday, October 01, 2014

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Cat launches new equipment

By Kate Spirgen

The company unveiled mini-hydraulic excavators and compact wheel loaders during an event at its North Carolina Visitor and Training Center. More

Stay safe

By Katie Tuttle

Manufacturers are constantly evolving when it comes to chainsaw safety. More

Finding the right fleet

By Kate Spirgen

Focus on the jobs at hand when buying a new truck. More

Get a jump on 2015

Register now for Thursday’s webinar to learn how to grow and improve your business. More

Bringing the town together

By Deborah Abrams Kaplan

AIB is about much more than winning for the town of Fayetteville, Arkansas. More

Product Spotlight

Mustang Zero-Tail Compact Excavators

Mustang, has introduced the all-new, zero-tail compact excavator product line to the North American market. The all-new Mustang... More

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Happy trees, happy homeowners

By Elizabeth Lanham

When it comes to planting trees, location and tree type are important factors to consider. More

Brooks Cowles joins CCG Advisors

He will take on the role of senior vice president for the company. More

Billy Goat to reveal new lineup

The company's new renovation lineup will be on display at GIE+EXPO. More

Wizard Industries releases support flange

The flange was created to simplify the installation process for 4x4 posts. More

GIE Media announces new corporate headquarters

The company is now located in Valley View, Ohio. More

L&L presents Smart Fuel Month research

Contractors give ideas on how to manage fuel costs. More

Big data landscaping in the technology issue

As technological advances continue, it's important for landscapers to stay on top of the game. More

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Straight Talk Testimonial: Forest Preserve District of Cook County

Established in 1916, the Forest Preserve District of Cook County is comprised of more than 69,000 acres and requires a comprehensive landscape maintenance program. The need for reliable, cost-efficient equipment prompted the Forest Preserve maintenance supervisor to seek a new solution. Ultimately, he and the landscape maintenance department made the decision to transition to propane. Over the past eight years, conventionally fueled equipment has been replaced with propane-powered mowers helping the Forest Preserve to fulfill its mission “to maintain a clean and welcoming environment at our recreational outdoor areas, facilities and structures throughout the Forest Preserve District.” More