CONEXPO-CON/AGG - A Photo Story
Don King, left, talks to Jackie Schmidt and Manuel Gonzales of Fordyce Holdings in the DMC booth.
Gary Chisholm, left, of Trimble New Zealand, and Lou Nash of Measutronics at Trimble’s two-story exhibit. The New Zealand office in Christchurch had undergone a devastating earthquake a month earlier. “We all know people who died or are missing,”
Tim Doucette, Liebherr marketing manager, with an R944 crawler excavator in the company’s extensive display. This model is commonly used in canal excavation. The bucket is interchangeable, with a quick coupler, designed for multiple applications.
Jeff Boone in the Metso exhibit, where a computer display accessed every type of Metso dredge pump, with specifications and applications.
GIW displayed this impeller, which worked for 15 years in a 12 x 14 LSA-36 dredge pump owned by Jericho Products. It pumped four million tons of oyster shell, sand, and other abrasive material before it was honorably retired.
Ray Bergeron inspects a Rotobec grapple.
From left, in the Pearce Group booth, are Marty Campbell, Dawn Aucoin, Mike Gomez, Jeremy Walker, Aaron Smith, and David Gunter.
Manning the DSC booth was a full contingent of engineers and sales personnel. They are, from left, Ganiyu Dada of Kofa International Co., DSC’s rep in Nigeria; David Miller, COO; Charles Sinunu, Director International Sales; Marc Waguespack, Director o
Larry Patella in the WEDA booth, which dozens of producers and exhibitors visited in the course of the show.
Representatives from Ellicott’s facilities. They are, from left: Tony Farmer and DuWayne Richert, Liquid Waste Technology regional sales managers; Steve Miller, Ellicott Dredges regional sales manager; and Don Mueller, Liquid Waste Technology regional
Greg Holder with a Vosta cutter equipped with the company’s T-system teeth. The system is now available on all sizes and power ratings of cutter.
Bernie Ostervold of Pearce Pump South headquartered in the Pearce Group display.
Willard Salemink, founder of the Twinkle Company, with the latest version of his LNV bypass valve, which he introduced in 1983 and has been improving ever since. The valve is standard on the dredges he builds.
Steve Sandherr, CEO of the Associated General Contractors, at the opening ceremony.
Willi Liebher, left, talks to two colleagues at Liebherr's extensive display of heavy equipment.