December 2012

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A Window to CONDEX Exhibitors CED presents Part 2 of its special preview to the upcoming CONDEX trade exhibition designed exclusively for dealers in conjunction with the AED Summit at the LVH in Las Vegas, Jan. 15-17. Visit all the CONDEX exhibitors and explore which products and services will help your business grow in 2013 and beyond. Attention manufacturers and service providers: Want to expand your dealer network and customer-base? There's still time to sign up for CONDEX booth space – call Dave Gordon at 630-574-0650, ext. 334. New Offerings from BLS for CTLs and Mini-Excavators Booth No. 301 BLS Enterprises, Inc., manufacturer of TUFPADS track pads and distributor of Bridgestone rubber tracks, is now stocking rollers, idlers, & sprockets for compact track loaders and mini-excavators. Large inventory of parts, available for immediate shipment BLS purchases direct from the manufacturer, supplier to many equipment manufacturers Save on shipping by purchasing rubber tracks at the same time Parts available for John Deere, Bobcat, Takeuchi, and more! Call toll free at 800-307-0299, or e-mail us: bls@tufpads.com Save Your Customers Thousands with Broce's New MK-1 Transfer Sweeper Booth No. 419 Many contractors who have been faced with the high cost of maintenance and time consuming operation of truck-mounted pick up sweepers to pick up large amounts of heavy material are turning to Broce's new MK-1 Transfer Sweeper. The MK-1 is saving contractors thousands of dollars, not only in maintenance, but also in greatly reducing the amount of time and labor it takes to clean up after the milling machines or chip spreaders while reclaiming what the others leave behind. See our online video of the MK-1 and other Broce models in action, and call toll free for a free demonstration today: 866-579-2488. (continued on page 46) 44 | www.cedmag.com | Construction Equipment Distribution | December 2012

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