2801 Beverly Drive
Aurora, IL 60502
2019 TEUPEN TC92SJ Lifts - Boom Lifts - Articulating - 21.6HP Kubota D902-E3 Diesel - Total Weight 9,480lbs - Platform Height max 91' 10" - Side Reach Max 51' 6" - Horizonal Outreach with 441lbs 45' 11" - Transport length with basket 23'8" - Transport H x W 6'6" x 5'3" - Basket Capacity 441lbs - Movable Jib 180 Degree - Turrent Rotation 450 Degree - Gradeability max 16.7 Degree - Slope Max 15.5 Degree - Travel Speed 1.9MPH - Platform Height 3ft x 7in - Platform Length 2ft 8" - Platform Width 3ft 11" - Standard Hydraulic adjustable tracks - Standard stabilization system automatic multi position - Standard wireless remote control - Standard come home function - NEW CONDITION - DEMO HOURS ONLY - REMOTE INCLUDED
Remote Operation / Control
2801 Beverly Drive
Junior Kool began grinding welds in 1957 as one of Vermeer Corporate’s early employees. In 1962, he started selling Vermeer equipment and building personal relationships along the way. Using his hands-on experience, Junior helped customers match the right equipment to the task at hand. Then he did whatever it took to keep those customers happy, even when it meant long hours and lengthy trips to customer jobsites.
Junior and his wife Beverly opened the first Vermeer Midwest location in Eureka, Illinois in 1971. They quickly became known for their personal approach to customer service and their interest in seeing their customers succeed.
As their customer base expanded, so did their number of locations. Driven by customer requests and their dedication to personal customer care, Junior and Beverly grew their business to the ten locations that make up Vermeer Midwest today. With well over 100 years of combined experience, the company’s management team carries Junior’s vision forward while also integrating technology designed to
enhance the customer experience.
As a larger, multi-state operation, Vermeer Midwest brings additional value to its customers. All ten branches are linked together, creating a regional network of parts, equipment and technical service know-how. And a fleet of 30 mobile service vehicles gives customers quick access to experienced technicians, parts and on-site trouble-shooting.The business looks a lot different today than it did in 1971. But one thing hasn’t changed: a genuine commitment to personal customer care.
Go the extra mile. Work the extra hours. Get your boots dirty on the jobsite. Do whatever it takes to take care of the customer. At Vermeer Midwest, this isn’t a banner on the wall or some statement in a business plan. It’s simply how business is done.