Over 70 Million Reasons Denver International Loves O.J. Watson
By Michael McClanahan / February 10, 2024

2023 saw Denver International Airport’s busiest year ever and O.J. Watson Equipment is proud to have helped make it possible. According to a press release by the airport, Denver International served 77,837,917 passengers in 2023, a 12.3% increase over the previous record, set the previous year, and securing its place as the third-busiest airport in the US (and fifth busiest in the world). Each...

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Mike McClanahan - October 25, 2022

We Know Snow

For the second consecutive year, Colorado has seen exceptionally mild fall weather. Even the foothills have been spared all but occasional light dustings of snow. And while mid-October is the Denver...

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Mike McClanahan - October 24, 2022

Denver Int’l Airport Wins Environmental Award

Denver International Airport (DEN) was awarded the 2022 Leading Airport Fleet award this past summer by ACT Expo in recognition of the airport’s alternative and sustainable fleet assets. The award...

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By Mike McClanahan - September 30, 2022

Don’t Fall Behind When the Fall Snow Falls

It’s easy to feel fine when fall weather fills your mind with fun and football. But use that fine fall forecast to fix up your fleet for the coming fall snow. Don’t Get Caught with Your Plows Down...

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Mike McClanahan - September 24, 2022

Demo Deals Make Upgrades Affordable

Looking to add extra punch to your work fleet on a tight budget? Then OJ Watson’s Demo Deals are right for you. We’re constantly updating our inventory of barely used demo trucks and accessories from...

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Mike McClanahan - August 31, 2022

Is It Time to Catch Up on Maintenance?

Does your boom squeak? Or is it your bucket? Is your lift lifting lazily? Your pump pumping properly? We know that parts and supplies have been hard to come by the past year or so, but just as we’re...

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Michael McClanahan - August 21, 2022

Vac-Con Upgrade Kit Cuts Down Boom Maintenance

Moving debris from its source to the holding tank requires making a transition from vertical flow to horizontal. The elbow connecting the hose to the transfer pipe gets a lot of abuse as the material...

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