Anderson Machinery Company offers our customers the best equipment available for sale or rent. We carry a wide selection of new machinery by Bomag, Broderson, Grove, Kobelco, Liugong, National Crane, Noram, Tiger, Cedarapis, & Laymore. Here at Anderson Machinery we strive to provide our customers with the best offers possible and will work personally with you to make it an experience that earns your repeat business.
BOMAG is the world market leader in the field of Compaction Technology and the manufacturing of machines for the compaction of soils, asphalt and refuse, stabilizers/recyclers as well as cold milling machines and finishers.
Founded in 1954 as a family-run engineering and machinery repair shop, Bell Equipment has grown into a world leader in the off-highway truck and hauler business and home to South Africa’s proudest products. Bell Off Road Trucks are one the worlds most recognized products in its class.
All Dressta branded machines come from the same factory located in Stalowa Wola, Poland, some 250 km south-east of Warsaw. The plant was established in 1937 as a source of military equipment, but in time, thanks to a series of licencing agreements, it transformed into one of the major manufacturers of construction equipment in Central Europe known as Huta Stalowa Wola (HSW).
In the past 150 years, the small blacksmith shop has given way to a state-of-the-art research and design center, and Hexelbanks have been replaced by the world’s largest skid loader. But despite changes in technology and an ever-expanding product line, Gehl has always remained true to its reputation for ingenuity, innovation and reliability.
Grove was founded in 1947 and is one of the world’s leading producers of mobile hydraulic cranes with manufacturing facilities in Shady Grove, Pennsylvania, Wilhelmshaven, Germany, and Niella Tanaro.
Kobelco Cranes is a global leader in the manufacturing of hydraulic lattice-boom crawler cranes, servicing the North and South American markets. The Kobelco lattice-boom crawler crane offers exceptional product value, quality and service and is unmatched in its ability to improve operating profitability for your business due to having the lowest cost of ownership in the market.
Kobelco Construction Machinery
KOBELCO Construction Machinery USA, a global leader in the manufacture of crawler excavators. KOBELCO is well known worldwide as excavator perfectionists for its steadfast focus on improving and enhancing its singular line of products.
Laymour sweepers are manufactured in an ISO:9001 facility in Longview, Texas. Lay-Mor offers a wide variety of sweepers for the rental and paving industries, including the Sweepmaster 200, Sweepmaster 300, and Sweepmaster 400. Our Mission is to provide our customers with high-quality sweeping products, along with great customer service, at a reasonable price.
LiuGong is committed to world-class quality and engineering. The result? Machines that are easy to own, easy to operate and easy to maintain. World-class machines must be built with world-class components. So, we use globally-respected systems and suppliers you can count on like Cummins, ZF, Kawasaki and others.
MANITOU has an established presence in the industrial market with many decades of expertise and experience in the industry. MANITOU telehandlers and forklifts meet the needs of a very great number of industrial sectors as diversified as the manufacturing industries, bulk distribution, the timber industry and waste management.
Starting as a small family business in 1945, National Crane has come to symbolize the gold standard of boom truck cranes. An estimated 90% of the more than 30,000 National Cranes sold since 1963 are still in operation today.
NorAm was incorporated in late 1992 by Eric Mueller and Ted West, former senior managers of Fiatallis North America, to market the Fiatallis model 65B compact motor grader throughout North America. The name “NorAm” was derived from the “North American” territory that we initially covered.
Tiger Mower was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 1968, when Roger Lunstra welded together the first prototype. During Tiger’s early years, it was just a small part of Sam Taylor’s heavy equipment business. Tiger Mowers were built in between repair jobs on other equipment. But word began to spread about an amazing mower that was doing 10 times the amount of mowing that sickle bar mowers of the day were doing!