Trencor

Track trenchers and rock saws by Trencor, Vermeer, Tesmec and Mid America Trenchers.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Over the past decade, new technologies have unlocked a tremendous amount of domestic oil and gas reserves and a surge in development is taking place in shale fields of the Marcellus play in the Eastern United States; Bakken in North Dakota, Montana and Southern Canada; and Eagle Ford in South Texas.

Track trenchers and rock saws from Vermeer, Ditch Witch, Tesmec, Mid America Trenchers and Trencor.

Robert Carpenter, Editor

UPDATED: The Charles Machine Works (CMW), Perry, OK, has continued its aggressive underground industry expansion efforts with the pending purchase of American Augers and Trencor from Astec Underground, Loudon, TN, a subsidiary of Astec Industries Inc., Chattanooga, TN. The two companies entered into a formal agreement on Oct. 31, for a cash purchase price of $55 million. Both companies expect the sale to be completed by Dec. 31.

Track trenchers and rock saws from Vermeer, Trencor/Astec, Tesmec, Trench-Tech and Mid America Trenchers.

Astec Underground and Trencor welcome two industry veterans to their management team, Charles Cunningham and Robin Zahn.

Cunningham is the new vice president of sales and marketing for Astec Underground. Cunningham previously served as the central territory manager for American Augers.

The new Trencor T1760 mechanical drive chain trencher offers plenty of power and performance in the toughest digging conditions.

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