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ASV Holdings Adds RGW Equipment to Its Dealer Network

Wed May 09, 2018 - West Edition #10
Construction Equipment Guide

RGW Equipment is now part of the ASV Holdings Inc.'s dealer network. 
(ASV photo)
RGW Equipment is now part of the ASV Holdings Inc.'s dealer network. (ASV photo)

ASV Holdings Inc., a manufacturer of all-purpose and all-season compact track loaders and skid steers, has added RGW Equipment to its dealer network.

The Livermore, Calif.-based dealer will offer all ASV Posi-Track compact track loaders, featuring best-in-class rated operating capacity, cooling systems and hydraulic efficiency. Among those machines are the new RT-40, a small-frame CTL; the new VT-70, ASV's first mid-frame vertical lift model; and the RT-120 forestry CTL. The company also will carry ASV's full line of skid-steer loaders.

“RGW is well-known in their territory,” said Bruce Jackson, ASV district sales manager. “They have a strong service department, and their field sales staff has a great deal of experience.”

In its early days, RGW's business focused attention on servicing machines. As they expanded, the new equipment side of the business emerged. Today, the company prides itself on selling quality equipment and has more than 20 trucks providing service to area customers.

“In construction, downtime is not an option,” said Austin Lowry, RGW rental manager. “Here at RGW, we provide solutions for our customers as soon as possible, and we look forward to working with ASV customers.”

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