Equipter Tow-A-Lift Product Update: November 2023

November 21, 2023

In June of 2023, we introduced the Equipter Tow-A-Lift towable forklift concept on our blog along with some preliminary renderings. In October, Equipter took a prototype of the Tow-A-Lift to the Equip Expo in Louisville, KY. Positive feedback at the show was instantaneous and videos of the Tow-A-Lift in use quickly went viral. This post outlines who is most interested in the Tow-A-Lift so far, what our current production timeline for the Tow-A-Lift is, and when to expect target specs.

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Changes to Section 179 for 2023

September 12, 2023

Toward the end of the year, Section 179 of the American tax code becomes a huge topic among business owners. There are some fresh changes to be aware of in 2023 that will affect bonus depreciation over the next few years. This article will cover the latest changes to Section 179 and how the Equipter 4000 is, perennially, a great idea for your equipment purchase planning.

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Pairing the Equipter 4000 with Roll-Off Dumpsters

August 22, 2023

Roll-off dumpsters are a common sight on construction, remodeling, and roofing jobs. They are versatile for handling a wide range of materials but with restrictive mobility and the potential for property damage, it isn’t often that a roll-off dumpster alone can handle a full job. This article will explain how pairing the Equipter 4000 with a roll-off dumpster offers exceptional debris handling.

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Introducing the Equipter Tow-A-Lift

June 1, 2023

At the 2023 IRE Show in Dallas, Equipter presented the concept for a new product line: a unit that shares the capabilities of all-terrain forklifts, pallet jacks, piggyback forklifts, and telehandlers with Equipter’s unparalleled transportation technology that enables the unit to be transported without the need for a trailer. This is the Patent Pending Equipter Tow-A-Lift.

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Self-Propelled and Towable: The Equipter 4000's Features Explained

May 30, 2023

The Equipter 4000 is well known for being able to lift its 4.1 cubic yard box, catch debris, and then dump its contents. Every trade show season, there are people who are surprised to learn about two of the Equipter’s other primary features that puts it into its own class: the Equipter’s ability to be towed and the Equipter’s ability to drive under its own power. This article will explain what a self-propelled and towable trailer means for your jobsite in real world terms.

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The Benefits (And Drawbacks) Of Using A Self-Dumping Hopper On The Jobsite

April 25, 2023

Available in a variety of sizes and at several price points, the self-dumping hopper is a cost-effective solution for managing debris on a jobsite or in an industrial setting. When used in conjunction with a forklift, a self-dumping hopper can save time and increase productivity by eliminating the need for manual lifting and dumping of heavy loads of debris by workers. They are designed to improve safety on the jobsite by reducing the risk of injuries and can be used in a wide range of industries, including construction, manufacturing, and waste management.

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How to Stay Positive Amidst Adversity in the Roofing Industry

September 6, 2022

When asked how roofing company owners can stay positive in today's industry, Aaron Beiler, Equipter President and former roofing business owner, advises implementing these three tactics:

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3 Reasons We're Thankful for the Equipter RB4000

November 25, 2021

The team at Equipter has a unique appreciation for the flagship model of the company, having been in production and available to the public since 2004. The Equipter RB4000 has revolutionized professionalism in the roofing industry and is now driving productivity increases in various other manual labor industries. 

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Insurance Coverage Contractors Need to Rent Equipment

September 16, 2021

By Rachel Porter, Affordable Contractors Insurance

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3 Reasons Why the Equipter RB4000 is American-Made

August 23, 2021

The Equipter RB4000 and the rest of our products are all manufactured in the heart of Amish Country here in Lancaster County, PA.

Why?

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