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Welcome to the Dealer News Roundup, your one-stop shop for all the moves going on inside the heavy equipment distributor industry. We post a new edition just about every week with news on hires, promotions, new locations and expansions. Check back for a new edition every week!
Bryan Heavy Equipment is one of Bobcat’s newest dealer in sales, service, parts and rental provider of Bobcat equipment. The dealership is located in Oelwein, Iowa. Bryan Heavy Equipment will distribute Bobcat skid-steer loaders, compact track loaders, compact excavators and utility vehicles.
Bobcat has also made Bobcat of Casper and Bobcat of Gillette authorized sales, service, parts and rental providers of Bobcat equipment. Bobcat of Casper and Bobcat of Gillette will also distribute skid-steer loaders, compact track loaders, compact excavators and utility vehicles.
Tri-County Equipment will be distributing Bobcat equipment in Evansville and Poseyville, Indiana. They will also distribute skid-steer loaders, compact track loaders, compact excavators and utility vehicles.
ICP launched the the Lonking line of excavators, wheel loaders and forklift trucks at the ConExpo-ConAgg trade show in March. It also rolled out a distribution platform that offers great equipment with proven Western components, three-year full-machine warranty, 48-hour parts guarantee and three years of free Navman telematics. ICP has 10 parts depots across North America with average 97 percent parts availability.
ICP dealers receive 110 percent of sop retail for warranty work, full MSRP for parts, plus travel time and mileage reimbursement during the full-machine warranty period.
Dealers that are interested should contact ICP Director of Sales, Jim Teague, email@example.com.
Sany America announced a dealership agreement with Central Atlanta Tractor making the company an excavator dealer in central and northern Georgia. They join several other North American dealers that sell and support Sany’s hydraulic excavators.
Sany now offers seven hydraulic excavators ranging from the 36-ton Sany SY335C model to the new 2-ton Sany SY16U compact excavator. Chuck Spooner, president of Central Atlanta Tractor, says they have already seen customers experiencing satisfaction in Sany’s excavators, and they are excited to introduce new products to the contractors in their area.
Central Atlanta Tractor was founded in 1955 by Charles Spooner. Spooner’s son and daughter now manage the dealership. The company serves customers throughout the southeastern region of the United States, providing new and used equipment sales, a wide range of rental equipment and full service capabilities including field support.