Business Roundup: Briggs & Stratton moves production; CJD becomes Terex Trucks’ Aus. national dealer; JCB taps Norlift as new dealer; 2018 Rental Show details

Targeting North American growth, Briggs & Stratton moves production from Japan to Ala., Ga.

Briggs & Stratton is moving production of its V-Twin Vanguard engines from a joint venture partnership in Japan to its existing manufacturing facilities in Statesboro, Georgia, and Auburn, Alabama, the company says.

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CJD becomes Terex Trucks’ Australian national dealer

Terex Trucks has picked a national dealer for its products in Australia.

CJD Equipment will sell Terex’s rigid frame trucks, including the TR45, TR60, TR70 and TR100, throughout the country. The dealer will also provide aftermarket care service.

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JCB taps Norlift as new dealer in Spokane area

Norlift JCB, a division of Spokane, Washington-based Norlift, has been named the JCB dealer for the Inland Northwest region of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.

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Over 700 exhibitors at 2018 Rental Show; ‘Property Brothers’ to speak

Booth space is already sold out, with more than 700 exhibitors booked for displays, which will extend from Halls D through J of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. The show will be from February 18 to 21. The Events and Tents workshop, which offers a full day of networking and education, will be February 17.

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