Month: May 2014

13 Reasons to Add Machine Control to Your Existing Fleet or Next Construction Equipment Purchase

Machine control technology has grown exponentially in scope since first introduced, and if you haven’t yet added it to your fleet, you may be missing out on significant advantages. Machine control technology makes it possible to finish projects faster, at a lower cost and with much higher accuracy. It’s an investment that will typically pay for itself after the first few jobs and will save considerable time and money over the lifetime of the machine. In an increasingly competitive market, it may just be the advantage you need as you bid and spec out your next job.

This article will look at 13 reasons to consider adding machine control technology to your current fleet or your next purchase.

Extra Mile Landscape Gets Control with CASE Alpha Series Skid Steers

A true four seasons state, Wisconsin landscapers must diversify in order to remain profitable year-round. For Aron Rodman, owner and founder of Extra Mile Landscape in West Bend, Wis., there may be no more important piece of equipment in allowing him to do this than his skid steer.

“As the economy changes, we’ve found the skid steer loader is more and more important,” Rodman explains. “One skilled operator can use it for just about anything—putting new lawns in during the spring, mulching garden beds, drilling holes for trees, tree spades and brush cutting in the fall. Come winter, we rely on skid steer loaders for plowing snow and loading it into trucks. I can move more snow in eight hours with a skid steer loader than I can in 20 hours with a truck.“

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