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TAG: JCB North America

People on the Move: Promotions and hirings from Ruppert Landscape, Davey Tree and more

April 1, 2020By

Ruppert Landscape promoted Courtney Pohlit to the position of director of people and recruiting. Pohlit holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing management from Virginia Tech and an MBA in human resources from Towson University and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). She has more than 15 years of experience in project management, account management and human resources. She joined... read more

Experts’ Tips: Trenchers

February 13, 2020By
Trencher in action (Photo: JCB North America)

Trenchers come in many varieties. Knowing which is right for you depends on three things: project type, project scope and productivity. “We categorize our trenching equipment by small, medium and large,” says Michael Hatcher, president of Michael Hatcher & Associates in Olive Branch, Miss. “Each category has helped us gain a competitive advantage on different projects and at different points... read more

Experts’ Tips: Skid-steer reliability

December 16, 2019By
Skid-steer (Photo: New Holland Construction)

Experts from skid-steer manufacturers offer some additional advice on how to get the best performance and longest life out of loader tires and tracks. read more

How track loaders and attachments can help landscape pros stay on track

September 18, 2019By
Loader and attachment (Photo: JCB)

Various experts explain how implementing track loaders and their attachments can help design/build professionals stay on track. read more

How to use compact, mini excavators to get the job done

August 2, 2019By
Photo: JCB North America

Mini but mighty: Landscape contractors are making use of compact and mini excavators in a variety of new applications read more

Companies in the News: PremierPro sod used at national park, Pattie Group wins local award, JCB donates equipment for hurricane cleanup and more from Kubota, Senske, Ariens

December 1, 2016By

The National Parks Service installed 11,000 square feet of PremierPro Bermudagrass, a Sod Production Services brand of bermudagrass sod, at the Washington, D.C., National World War II Memorial. The grass, which was grown at Central Sod Farms of Maryland in Centreville, Md., a licensed producer of PremierPro Bermudagrass, is part of a trial of turfgrass varieties across a number of national parks. The Pattie Group, a landscape development... read more