Build Your Own Avant
Updated: Apr 6, 2020
In case you missed Highway Equipment & Supply Co.'s Avant Demo Day on October 30, 2019, learn how you can build your own Avant to fit your needs.
Which Models Should I Try?
"The 528 with a rotating log grapple and the 630 with a land plane and bucket were popular at our Avant Demo Day," said Highway's vice president. "Customers also loved the 760's size, power, and temperature-controlled cab."
To find your perfect (compact-sized) match, look at the specifications below and pick the machines with the lift capacity and height, power, and speed you need for your jobs.
Avant's lineup of compact articulating loaders range from the 200-series compact mini loader to the 700-series with the largest lifting capacity. Avant also has an E-series fully-electric loader. Choose from over 200 attachments that tackle specialized applications for:
Artificial Turf & Sports-Facility Maintenance
Construction & Demolition
Municipalities, Park Districts, & Universities
Sidewalk Snow Removal
Avant Tecno USA is the fastest-growing articulating compact equipment company in North America.
"This product is really starting to get noticed for its lightweight versatility," said Highway's vice president. "The low-ground pressure and breadth of attachments will be a gamechanger for many industries."
The compact and lightweight style of Avant machines makes them ideal to work inside buildings. Lift your articulating compact loader onto the roof, take it down the freight elevator to the basement, or put it to work in tight spaces that usually require manual labor.
In Case Your Missed It...
On October 30, 2019, Highway Equipment & Supply Co. hosted a public Avant Demo Day at its equipment yard in Drums, PA.
"The weather was perfect: cool and dry," said Highway's vice president. "We had folks come out based on Facebook and LinkedIn posts and invitations from sales representatives."
Avant's product training representative, sales representative, and dealer development director attended the event with Highway's vice president and sales representatives to train attendees on how to operate the machines and explain their features and applications.
"The customers who attended our demo day had a very high level of interest in the product line," said Highway's vice president. "They wanted a lot of seat time so they could push the machines to their limits."