General Equipment and Supplies of Fargo, ND will be exhibiting at two farm shows during February and March. On February 17th and 18th, 2016, Dave Broten and the team will be at the 2016 International Crop Expo. They will be at Booth 229 of the Alerus Center in Grand Forks.
Since AMW first adapted its GPS machine control software for landfills in the early 2000s, I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with numerous waste management professionals around the world. Based on my own decades of experience in construction, and through hundreds of conversations with landfill operators, I’ve come to understand these six points as the most important rules of engineered fills:
Know the material. Understand the waste stream, and its fluctuations of quantity and makeup.
Measure the moisture content precisely, and know how it relates to the current waste stream.
AMW Machine Control is pleased to announce an upgrade promotion for loyal customers interested in our Pipe III or IV tile plow machine control software!
This limited time offer is valid ONLY for software originally purchased as AGPS Pipe FM+, to now be upgraded to AMW Pipe III or Pipe IV. You can locate a dealer in your area for more information through the contact page, as well as other upgrades and titles available for your machine control needs. If you’re in the Morgan, MN or New Carlisle, OH areas, our partners at Crary Tile Pro and AgRePlan will be happy to assist you with this promotion.
Upgrade to Pipe III – $1,500
Upgrade to Pipe IV – $3,000
Offer expires on January 31, 2016.
Use Promo Code: LTOFMPlus
If you would like to be informed of upcoming offers from AMW, please sign up for our mailing list, located on the news page of amwgps.com.
Road paving operations, whether on major highways or small local routes, are a process that everyone on the roadway is an expert in. They can tell if the base was constructed properly because the road maintains its designed shape, and easily see and feel potholes created by drainage problems. Anyone behind the wheel can tell if the pavement was properly designed and installed by observing its longevity and, probably the most evident, by the ride quality.