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ACT Construction Equipment joins growing Bandit authorized dealer network

ACT is stocking Bandit's compact line with a wide range of hand fed chippers and stumpers in stock and ready to show and demonstrate.

Wed January 27, 2016 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


ACT Construction Equipment, based in Charlotte, N.C., joins Bandit Industries’ growing network of authorized dealers.
ACT Construction Equipment, based in Charlotte, N.C., joins Bandit Industries’ growing network of authorized dealers.

ACT Construction Equipment, based in Charlotte, N.C., joins Bandit Industries' growing network of authorized dealers. ACT is stocking Bandit's compact line with a wide range of hand fed chippers and stumpers in stock and ready to show and demonstrate. They are fully stocked with parts and trained to service hand fed chippers and stump grinders.

ACT has a great reputation for selling and supporting compact construction equipment" said Bandit Sales Manager Jason Morey. “And they will do a great job supporting our North Carolina customers. If you are in the market for a hand fed chipper or stumper or need parts or service for a chipper or stumper contact ACT. They are ready to assist you."

ACT has been in business for more than 40 years with locations in North Carolina – Winston-Salem, Charlotte and Wilmington.

Learn more about ACT Construction Equipment by visiting their website at www. actconstructionequipment.com or by calling 1-888-892-0860. Learn more about Bandit's lineup of compact equipment by visiting www.banditchippers.com.




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