2012 Exhibitors

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Rocky Mountain Vermeer

Rocky Mountain Vermeer - “Built Tough and Made to Last” is the motto of Vermeer Manufacturing, and here at Vermeer Rocky Mountain we stick by that. Whatever your construction and environmental needs, Vermeer Rocky Mountain has the machine and equipment to complete that job. Vermeer Rocky Mountain offers all Vermeer products along with products and equipment from other manufacturers such as Hammerhead, Towmaster Trailers, Vac-Tron Equipment, Sherrill Tree, Felling Trailers, Wildcat and many more. If we don’t have it in stock, you can count on us to get it to your door in a timely and efficient manner.

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Wood-Mizer

Building sawmills is what we do. But who we are is much bigger than that. We are a group of people that have come together to fulfill a mission to you: “Making Dreams Come True.” Since 1982, that mission has been at the heart of everything we do at Wood-Mizer, whether it be our legendary customer service, continuing R&D projects, blades programs, industrial line of sawmills, or support and help to charities and mission-work around the world.

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Rotochopper

We proudly manufacture innovative industrial grinding equipment for biomass fuels, landscape mulch, animal bedding, compost, RAS (recycled asphalt shingles), and many other applications. For over twenty years we've been opening new opportunities for low grade resources like wood waste, agricultural residue, sorted construction debris (C & D), yard waste, and forestry slash by pioneering solid, practical equipment solutions.

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Fecon

Fecon, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of forestry mulchers (Bull Hogs), forestry track carriers and bio-mass harvesting equipment.

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Intermountain Bobcat

For over 40 years, Scott Companies have been involved in the constuction equipment business in the Intermountain West. Established by D. Brent Scott in 1968 Scott Machinery Company was the authorized John Deere and Hitachi Construction equipment dealer in Utah, Western Wyoming, and south eastern Idaho; growing to 8 locations, 150 employees, and over $100 million in sales. In 2009 the John Deere/Hitachi business was sold to Honnen Equipment Company of Commerce City, CO. In 1995 the Company acquired Intermountain Bobcat and operates it today as a business unit of what is now known as Scott Intermoutain Companies, which is owned and operated by brothers- David and Jeffrey Scott.