Brandeis Machinery Holds Open House in Fort Wayne
FORT WAYNE, IN Local contractors and customers attended Brandeis Machinery's open house at their Fort Wayne, Indiana, dealership located at 7310 Venture Lane.
The event introduced Takeuchi - their newest product line and the launch of their small utility line. Other manufacturer representatives were on hand with information on all the new equipment being shown including: Paladin, Doosan Portable Power, LeeBoy, Hamm, Wacker-Neuson, Bridgestone, Gorman-Rupp, Wirtgen, and Komatsu.
Tim Murphy, Paladin Territory Manager in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin said, "We are here to help Brandeis' customers find the right machine and the right product for their machine to get the most for the money."
Jim Fultz from Doosan Portable answered questions about the Doosan P185 Air Compressor. The machine is Tier IV Final and the engine has 7 percent better fuel economy. Fultz said, "The P185 air compressor is the industry standard and the perfect air compressor."
Guests could try their skills at excavator bowling, enjoy a barbecue lunch and enter to win prizes.
Customers such as Don Bergdall of Fleming Excavating came to check out the event. Bergdall has been a Brandeis customer for 30 years. Another customer, David Fraley of the Indiana Department of Transportation, came to the open house to check out the new equipment. Fraley has purchased a roller and a paver from Brandeis.
Tom Patrick, Product Support for Brandeis said the open house "gives us a chance in introduce Takeuchi, our newest line and our small utility launch. We also wanted to invite our customers to spend time with our employees and our manufacturers and say thanks."
Since 1908, Brandeis Machinery (a division of Bramco) has sold, serviced and rented mining and heavy, general and light construction equipment, products and services in Kentucky and Indiana.
Brandeis offers full parts, service, planned maintenance packages and a rental lineup including - dirt and asphalt compaction, hydraulic excavators, pavers, wheel loaders, dozers, articulated trucks, backhoes, motor graders, cranes and trailers. It has eight locations including Fort Wayne, Louisville, Lexington, Paducah, Corbin and Stanville, Kentucky; and Evansville and Indianapolis, Indiana.