Earlier this year, we released a series of improvements that improve operation and durability of our most popular trailer models.
Thunder Creek Equipment - Industry News
News from the Thunder Creek dealer network and beyond.
In 2009, Loren and Jean Van Wyk and two of their sons, Luke and Chad, were operating two businesses: a family farm (LDJ Farms) and steel fabrication business (LDJ Manufacturing).
Ring Power Corporation and Thunder Creek Equipment have reached an agreement that will make the heavy equipment dealer an official distributor of Thunder Creek’s products for the construction industry in 44 counties throughout north and central Florida.
We have unveiled our latest platform for transporting bulk diesel, and it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen from Thunder Creek.
Our Diesel/DEF Combo Transfer Tank has been selected as one of the 2018 Contractor's Top 50 New Products. Construction equipment owners and end users decide the winners in this annual award program, hosted by Equipment Today and ForConstructionPros.com.
In the coming months, we'll be loading up the latest Thunder Creek fuel trailers and DEF handling systems (along with some pretty good promotions and give-aways) to travel the Midwest. We'll meet with our agricultural friends at several trade shows as well as Beck's events.
Mike Campbell, pictured above along with other sales team staff, joined our company in June. He will be serving as a Territory Sales Manager, representing the full line of fuel trailers, service trailers and DEF delivery systems in the Southeast US.
Yancey Bros. Co. and Thunder Creek Equipment have reached an agreement that will make the heavy equipment dealer an official provider of Thunder Creek’s products throughout Georgia.
AgriVision Solutions has signed on with Thunder Creek Equipment to carry the company’s line of Fuel & Service Trailers (FST) at its Salisbury, Missouri operation. AgriVision is an independent agronomy consulting business specializing in Missouri row crops.
While the first official estimate of the 2014 corn and soybean production won’t be released by the USDA until next week, initial reports have emerged in the last few days
Starting in 2014, every manufacturer of diesel engines in the 74-750 hp category will be using a technology called Selective Catalytic Reduction as part of their strategy to meet the final emissions standards set forth by the EPA. This technology uses a fluid called diesel exhaust fluid (DEF).