Nahets Gets Published

On Monday March 5, 2007 NAHETS received their first official published news article in the Las Vegas Business Press. According to Matt Klabacka, President of NAHETS, “This is a very exciting time for NAHETS. We see our association at the forefront of the heavy equipment training industry, and this first publication is a big deal… Read more »

Building and maintaining ice roads in Ontario’s Far North

Building and maintaining ice roads in Ontario’s Far North By NICK STEWART It may be swamp and muskeg through the summer months, but as temperatures start to drop, the Far North landscape is transformed by a community-owned company into a winter road for businesses and area residents alike. Typically open from Jan. 15 through March… Read more »

Heavy equipment stolen by thieves brings big bucks in disaster areas – Certified Equipment operators learn safety first

Nelson Wyatt, Canadian Press Published: Monday, January 15, 2007 MONTREAL (CP) – One thief stole backhoes to dig basements and swimming pools on the weekend. Another wanted heavy equipment to help rebuild war-torn Lebanon and areas hit by Hurricane Katrina. The theft of heavy equipment – road graders, front-end loaders and snowplows – usually gets… Read more »

State fears agricultural disaster – Heavy Equipment to the rescue

Helicopters, snowmobiles may bring hay to isolated livestock to prevent a reprise of the ’97 disaster. By Carlos Illescas Denver Post Staff WriterState officials worry that the blizzard that hit southeastern Colorado will become an agricultural disaster, rivaling the October 1997 storm that killed 26,000 head of cattle and cost ranchers more than $28 million…. Read more »