How Bobcat of Rockford Integrated ASPEN Into Their Dealership Procedures

Inspired by the chance to have his own business, Mike McElmeel and his partners purchased what was at the time Rock River Bobcat and rebranded to Bobcat of Rockford in 2001. Since then, they’ve served the Wisconsin Illinois state-line area with Bobcat Skid-Steer Loaders, Compact Track Loaders, and more. The family-run dealership has grown its… Read more »

How Hopf Equipment Boosted Their Employee Productivity With ASPEN

Charlie Hopf founded Hopf Equipment in 1974. At 80 years old, he continues to work at the dealership three days a week. His sons, Mike and Glen, have worked at the dealership since they were 10- and 12-years old washing various implements and equipment. Today, the family owned business has three stores that serve the… Read more »

Sanitary Equipment Co. On Why Reporting is Their Favorite Feature in ASPEN

Sanitary Equipment is a second generation family-owned business that has operated for over 48 years. They provide solid waste equipment, serving private and municipal waste haulers across the Connecticut tri-state area. Throughout all these years, they’ve based their business on quality, taking care of their customers’ needs, and solving their problems before they become problems. We… Read more »

Why Southern Trailer Works Chose ASPEN for Their Growing Business Needs

Before Kelly Angelette was the owner of Southern Trailer Works, you could find him sprint car racing on dirt tracks across the southern United States. Frustrated with the lack of custom trailer options available to him, he became a dealer himself in 2000, leveraging his industry knowledge. Working alongside his wife, Jody, they started small,… Read more »

How R-Equipment’s Return to ASPEN From CDK Put Them Back on the Fast Track

R-Equipment is a family-owned and operated dealership through and through. In 1996, lifelong farmer, Ed Reichling, and his wife, Tammy, founded R-Equipment from their family farm. At the time, they were only selling used equipment, but quickly noticed a niche for bottom hopper commodity trailers in the grain belt of Illinois. They expanded to a… Read more »