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Mellott Company, Mobile Equipment Service Bay with Caterpillar 988 Front End Loader
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We have the capability and facilities to rebuild our own heavy equipment, such as this 988 Caterpillar front-end loader. Since 2010, this bay has been used increasingly to service crushing and screen plants. Our business is growing and we are flexible about how we use our facilities.

Visit www.mellottcompany.com for more information about the company's capabilities and offerings.

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Uploaded: 18/12/2011
Updated: 26/06/2014
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