John Muller, territory manager of STIHL, is available to answer questions on the BR 430 backpack blower.
ATS Equipment recently hosted an open house at its new location in Rehoboth, Mass. Although the East Providence, R.I., store has been moved to the Rehoboth location — just a few miles from the Rhode Island border — customers can be sure they will continue to receive the same service from the same sales team. The ATS team has been servicing the Rhode Island market for more than 100 years.
ATS had the opportunity thank its loyal customers and invite the public to check out its new store. In addition to the already diverse line of equipment and extensive inventory, ATS has recently been assigned the Kawasaki-KCM wheel loader and Hydrema wheeled excavator lines. ATS also offers Kobelco tracked excavators, Honda generators, Tsurumi pumps, CP air tools, Atlas Copco air compressors and Stihl saws.
ATS Equipment is a multi-line, heavy equipment dealer with four locations throughout New England in Boston, Mass.; Auburn, Mass.; Rehoboth, Mass.; and Candia, N.H. ATS is a family-owned and operated business that has been serving New England for the past 28 years.
ATS is a one-stop construction equipment source. The company provides a broad selection of heavy equipment, including earthmoving machines, excavators, compaction/paving, aerial lifts, generators and air tools. ATS also offers small equipment such as electric tools, pumps and hoses, general supplies and more. Equipment is available for rent or sale, new or used. Rental contracts can range from a one-day to a multi-year contract.
ATS Equipment offers full service on its equipment and maintains a fully-stocked parts department. The service team is factory-trained and qualified to keep equipment in safe operating condition. The team understands that regular service and preventive maintenance are crucial to saving both time and valuable resources. At ATS Equipment the motto is “providing service the way it used to be.”
For more information, visit www.atsequipment.com.
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