Ben Keeter operates two businesses in the Boulder, Colorado area: Keeter Trucking & Excavating, which includes work for individual homeowners to large commercial projects, and Hogan/Keeter — a company that recycles concrete, asphalt and screened pit run and turns it into a variety of decorative materials.
Pella, IA – Thunder Creek Equipment has named Wes Watkins as the company’s new territory sales manager for the southeastern United States covering Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina. Watkins has spent the last 15 years serving the construction and earthmoving world in these states in a variety of sales and sales leadership roles for major manufacturers and equipment dealers.
Anthony Young, of OilWorks LLC., had big dreams when he started his Columbus, Ohio, company in 2011 as a service that collected used oil. Soon the entrepreneur identified a niche market for supplying fresh diesel. As he began to explore a particular segment of clients requiring regular diesel fuel drops for equipment such as excavators, cranes and generators,
Thunder Creek Equipment's Multi-Tank Upfit was just what he needed to grow the business and address that new demand.
Hurricane Ian made landfall near Fort Meyers, Florida on September 28, 2022, as a category 4 hurricane. It unleashed violent winds of 150 mph. Ian caused widespread devastation, flooding and resulted in $50 - $65 billion in damage. It has also been blamed for more than 140 deaths, making Ian the deadliest hurricane to strike Florida since 1935.
Colorado Milling resurfacing Denver Metro with attention to fueling efficiency
When Chris Vorhies started Colorado Milling, LLC in 2016, he had a vision of executing asphalt milling jobs along the entirety of the front range of the Rocky Mountains. With more than 50 years of experience between himself and his team, Vorhies strove to become a growing force in the redevelopment of roads, highways, parking lots, and asphalt surfaces along the I-25 corridor.
By Jeremy Scott, territory sales manager, Thunder Creek Equipment
Soil Designs Inc. is a fourth-generation, family-owned contractor that develops custom pads for luxury homes in southern California. The company’s projects range from $5 million to $100 million homes, which require precision grading services including rough and finished grading, utility work, pool footings, and placing landscape elements like trees and boulders.
The crash of a stolen mini van near your farm during soybean harvest would be enough of a tale for one day — but that’s not where Mark Lehenbauer’s day would end. The driver of the van, alleged to have been under the influence, then chose Lehenbauer’s truck connected to a Thunder Creek FST990 fuel trailer as their getaway vehicle.
When Castle Rock Fire & Rescue’s preventative maintenance provider could no longer support their needs, they turned to Thunder Creek and found a unique and affordable way to service their emergency response fleet.
We just had an opportunity to put a trailer into service for a cusotmer that is a bit outside our usual customer profile - those who own and operate off-road machinery. This is more of an "above-the-road" application.
Just because a fuel trailer looks like Thunder Creek, doesn't mean it is. In this short video, hear from some of the owners we talked to recently, about how their Thunder Creek trailer impacts their operation.
One of the most enjoyable parts of traveling with Thunder Creek is meeting the people who have one of our trailers and hearing firsthand how it makes their lives easier. Case in point: Garland Antrim with Antrim Farms in Indiana. I had the pleasure of meeting this lively man at the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky earlier this year.