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The Customer Is Always Right

The Customer Is Always Right

Bucher’s Municipal New MaxPowa E35m was created by customer feedback By Matt Starnes When it comes to innovating new asphalt and paving products, there’s nothing more valuable than questions and requests from contractors and municipal industries –– as long as you...

Matching the Commercial Sweeper to the Need

Matching the Commercial Sweeper to the Need

Which works best for the job By Jeff Winke Commercial sweepers are valuable to asphalt paving contractors. They perform necessary clean-up to ensure a project jobsite is safe and attractive. They perform a variety of tasks, but which type of commercial sweeper is best...

Selling Decorative Paving

Selling Decorative Paving

The benefits are more than a pretty face By Jeff Winke One has to wonder if the Munchkins from the Wizard of Oz may be the best “spokeskins” for decorative paving? They definitely make a compelling case for a yellow roadway that promises to lead to a better life....

Stop and Smell the Asphalt (and Profits)

Stop and Smell the Asphalt (and Profits)

By Brian Hall Strange days, indeed. I’ve been in this business for 25 years and thought I had seen it all. Recessions, inflation housing booms and busts. But in all my born days would I ever think that the construction industry would be so robust that it would outrun...