ASC Announces the Addition of Carlson Paving Products

In partnering with Carlson, ASC is now the exclusive dealer for these pavers throughout South Carolina, Georgia and eastern Tennessee.

Tue March 01, 2016 - Southeast Edition
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In partnering with Carlson, ASC is now the exclusive dealer for these pavers throughout South Carolina, Georgia and eastern Tennessee.
In partnering with Carlson, ASC is now the exclusive dealer for these pavers throughout South Carolina, Georgia and eastern Tennessee.

ASC Construction Equipment USA Inc. announced the addition of Carlson Paving Products' commercial pavers to its wide-ranging product line in the southeast.

Carlson Paving Products has been a leader in screed machinery for more than 30 years, according to the company. The company makes five highway-class screeds.

The Tacoma, Wash., based manufacturer also produces the industry's leading commercial class paver platforms in the CP100 and CP75. Carlson's commercial pavers combine mat quality, performance and contractor focus. In partnering with Carlson, ASC is now the exclusive dealer for these pavers throughout South Carolina, Georgia and eastern Tennessee.

With the addition of Carlson Paving Products, ASC hopes to strengthen its commitment to being the primary solutions provider for the paving and road machinery industry.

ASC is one of the largest Volvo Construction Equipment Distributors in North America operating in North Carolina, South Carolina, North Dakota, Georgia and western Tennessee. The construction equipment dealer also represents SDLG, Sennebogen, Sandvik and Doosan products in most coverage areas. For more information, visit www.ascvolvo.com.


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