Atlas Copco Announces International Iron to Carry Dynapac Equipment Line

To meet the needs of this growing market, International Iron has expanded in the central Florida region with quality new equipment and attachment lines for sale and rent, which includes Atlas Copco co

Wed May 14, 2014 - Southeast Edition
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Atlas Copco has announced that International Iron will carry Dynapac rollers, planers and pavers.
Atlas Copco has announced that International Iron will carry Dynapac rollers, planers and pavers.

Atlas Copco has announced that International Iron will carry Dynapac rollers, planers and pavers at its location at 2325 Clark St., Apopka, Fla. 32703.

International Iron started as a used equipment company, facilitating a wide range of quality used machinery worldwide. As the company has grown, it has developed a diverse rental fleet and is adding new equipment lines to serve the growing Florida market. To meet the needs of this growing market, International Iron has expanded in the central Florida region with quality new equipment and attachment lines for sale and rent, which includes Atlas Copco construction equipment.

"The demand comes from Florida contractors looking for an equipment company that is fair, service oriented, knowledgeable and understands each contractor’s needs," said Matt Aultman, vice president of International Iron.

"We are very pleased to announce our partnership with International Iron, " said Ricardo Perez, regional manager — Southeast. "We feel the Dynapac line is a great addition to International Iron’s extensive fleet. With the equipment expertise and support of International Iron, we feel confident that Dynapac will develop a strong presence in central Florida."

For more information on Dynapac equipment visit www.atlascopco.us.

For more information on International Iron visit www.intiron.com.




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