Bale Equipment Solutions Celebrates Grand Opening

Fri July 18, 2014 - National Edition
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Scott Love of the Metro Development Center and Jeffersontown City Chamber representatives stopped by to congratulate Bale Equipment Solutions.
Scott Love of the Metro Development Center and Jeffersontown City Chamber representatives stopped by to congratulate Bale Equipment Solutions.
Scott Love of the Metro Development Center and Jeffersontown City Chamber representatives stopped by to congratulate Bale Equipment Solutions. Bale Equipment Solutions General Manager Jeff Wimmer (L) receives a welcome plaque from Jeffersontown Mayor Bill Dieruf. Jeffersontown Mayor Bill Dieruf presided over the ribbon cutting ceremony. John Bramer (L) of TCB Construction catches up with Bale Equipment Solutions’s Rick Nation. (L-R): Case Construction Equipment’s Adam Doll, Mark Heman and Mike Kaufman; Bale Equipment Solution’s Glen Gish; Southern Pipeline Construction Co.’s David Spence and Jamie Lee; and Doug Wood of Louisville Paving Company. Randy Hall of Eager Beaver Trailers was on hand to help out with the grand opening. Gorilla Hammers’s Bob Tedesco (L) talks shop with Louisville Paving Company Equipment Manager Tim Peters. All in attendance enjoyed a little celebration cake.


Bale Equipment Solutions held a grand opening celebration on June 24 at the company’s new facility located at 2050 Watterson Trail, in Louisville, Ky. Bale Equipment Solutions’s Glen Gish said that the grand opening celebration was held as a way of introducing customers to the new facility while thanking them for their ongoing business support.

The company had outgrown the building and yard at its prior location and the new facility offers much greater operating space with six large service bays and room for future expansion capabilities. Gish added that the move to Jeffersontown provided the dealership with much higher visibility and greater access to its customer base. Additionally, following the completion of the bridge projects currently underway, the dealership will have improved access to southern Indiana.

Helping out at the grand opening were manufacturer representatives from many of Bale Equipment Solutions’s product lines. Among them were Case Construction Equipment Company with a team of representatives greeting attendees and answering questions. Gorilla Hammers’s Bob Tedesco attracted a good deal of attention with a huge inflatable gorilla and several hammers on display. Eager Beaver’s Randy Hall was on hand to discuss equipment transport, as well as displays and representatives from Blue Diamond Attachments, Magnum Power Products and Husqvarna.

A full contingent from Jeffersontown, including Mayor Bill Dieruf, Scott Love of the Metro Development Center, and city chamber representatives, were on hand to welcome the company to the area and join the celebration.

Bale Equipment Solutions is a full-line construction equipment sales, rental and service dealer with branches in Louisville and Elizabethtown, Ky. The family-owned business was founded in 2004 and maintains a strong focus on highly-trained personnel combining quality equipment with personalized service.