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By Neil Hoobler | July 6, 2021

The Supreme Manufacturing, Inc. (SMI) floating conveyor is used to transport dredged material from the floating clamshell dredge to shore. SMI’s floating conveyors range in sizes from 24” to 60”, and lengths ranging from 100’ to 400’. All conveyor truss’, head and tail sections are galvanized. All floatation is marine-grade epoxy painted steel. Supreme conveyors…

P&Q Profile: Supreme Manufacturing’s Neil Hoobler

By Neil Hoobler | July 6, 2021

Neil Hoobler, president of Supreme Manufacturing, paid P&Q a visit this spring to discuss the latest in dredging. Our conversation covered the market environment and what’s currently driving demand for dredges. We saw capex come to a grinding halt last year. Dredges certainly represent big capex projects. What was 2020 like for Supreme Manufacturing on…

Supreme Manufacturing Building Clamshell Dredge for Ohio Producer

By Neil Hoobler | May 5, 2021

Supreme Manufacturing Building Floating Clamshell Dredge for Ohio Producer

By Neil Hoobler | April 6, 2021

Construction is underway on a new Supreme Manufactur-ing Inc. (SMI) floating clamshell dredge at a sand and gravel operation in western Ohio. The new SMI machine is a gantry style dredge with a 16-cu.- yd. bucket (MD-16). Designed specifically for this operation’s stony deposit, the MD-16 will utilize the latest technology in material processing and…

Supreme Manufacturing Building Clamshell Dredge Ohio Producer

By Neil Hoobler | February 20, 2021

Construction is underway on a new Supreme Manufacturing Inc. (SMI) floating clamshell dredge at a sand and gravel operation for a dredge Ohio producer. The new SMI machine is a gantry style dredge with a 16-cu.-yd. bucket (MD-16). Designed specifically for this operation’s stony deposit, the MD-16 will utilize the latest technology in material processing…

Supreme delivers new deep/digging clamshell dredge to Ohio USA plant

By Neil Hoobler | February 19, 2021

Breaking News from DredgeWire Thursday, February 18, 2021 — Western OH: Construction is underway on a new Supreme Manufacturing, Inc. (SMI) floating/ digging clamshell dredge at a sand and gravel operation in Western OH, USA. The new SMI machine is a gantry style dredge with a 16yd3 (12.2m3) bucket (model MD-16).  Designed specifically for this operation’s stony deposit, the MD-16 will utilize the latest technology in…

Supreme Manufacturing Dredges Extract 100% of Their Deposits

By Neil Hoobler | May 26, 2020

Supreme Manufacturing provides proven solutions for producers to extract 100% of their deposit. The company’s team of specialists can explain to producers how clamshell dredges can outperform more conventional methods like draglines or excavators when used in underwater deposits. Producers are constantly faced with the challenge of extracting material from their underwater deposits and this often…

Supreme Manufacturing Announces the Hiring of Elliot Archibald as new VP of Sales & Marketing.

By Dave Sapala | January 12, 2020

Stoneboro, Pennsylvania – Supreme Manufacturing, a leading manufacturer of clamshell dredges and other specialized equipment, is pleased to announce its recent hire of Elliot Archibald, who joins as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Archibald is a third-generation member of the aggregates and mining industry and joins Supreme by way of the company’s relationship with Q4…

Supreme featured in North American Quarry News – August 2016

By suprememfg | September 22, 2016

For operations at the Jaymar, Inc. Reedsville Plant near Reedsville, Ohio, the decision to acquire a Supreme Manufacturing 8-cubic-yard clamshell dredge, gave daily production a significant boost to the company’s sand and gravel mining operation. The new dredge provided an additional source of production to compliment the ongoing high bank surface mining operations that have…

Soehnlen Brothers Sand and Gravel increases production with clamshell dredge

By suprememfg | August 22, 2016

From the moment you cross the railroad tracks and head down the curved driveway to Soehnlen Brothers Sand and Gravel operation, you get the feeling that you are stopping by to see an old friend as much as you are heading to a family owned mining operation. Soehnlen Brothers (pronounced “Sun-lun”), in business since 1958,…