YANMAR excavator histroy started with the launch of the world’s first compact excavator to the market in 1971. Since then, YANMAR has always taken the lead in the industry by continuous improvement and innovation of new technologies.

We sell two series of models, ViO and SV – ranging from .8t to 10t class excavators. The ViO series are true zero tail swing excavators and the SV series are minimal tail swing excavators. 

Teupen is pleased to introduce the CANOPY® Series, which has been specially configured to address the height access needs of the Tree Care Industry.  Teupen continues to set the standard in performance, safety, reliability and technology.

The CANOPY® Series gives you the ability to diversify your work so you can capitalize on new revenue streams. These lifts can substitute for a bucket truck and then add many new applications and job opportunities that would be unreachable with a truck only (i.e.: courtyards, backyards, around pool decks, across sodded and irrigated lawns, cart paths, etc.). Additionally, you can extend the career and contributions of your most experienced climbers.

Meet the new powerhouse in vacuum excavation technology and equipment. We’ve brought together two innovative leaders in the underground utility and soft-dig industries. Today, McLaughlin Group Inc. and Vac-Tron Equipment are one, giving you the power to leverage their combined technology, market expertise and production capabilities on jobsites all over the world.

DCI was founded by longtime friends, colleagues, aeronautical engineers, and avid pilots John Mercer and Peter Hambling in 1990. The result was the most technologically advanced Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) locating and tracking system in the market, backed by extraordinary customer service. HDD technologies are used to install underground utilities, such as fiber optics, power, and water with minimal environmental impact.

DCI revolutionized the HDD industry with the introduction of the DigiTrak locating system in 1991. The unique features of the system provided greater accuracy for measuring the depth and location of the drill head than prior systems by providing two additional vital orientation parameters: pitch and roll. By knowing the pitch and roll of the drill head the drill operators could advance the drill much faster and pull back the product easier so the drilling operation became more accurate and productive.