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Blanchard to Relocate Rental Services Facility to Greenville

Fri September 16, 2011 - Southeast Edition
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Blanchard Machinery Company has announced plans to relocate its rental services facility from its current location at 224 Neely Ferry Road in Simpsonville to its existing facility at 6755 Frontage Road (just off White Horse Road) in Greenville.
Blanchard Machinery Company has announced plans to relocate its rental services facility from its current location at 224 Neely Ferry Road in Simpsonville to its existing facility at 6755 Frontage Road (just off White Horse Road) in Greenville.

Blanchard Machinery Company has announced plans to relocate its rental services facility from its current location at 224 Neely Ferry Road in Simpsonville to its existing facility at 6755 Frontage Road (just off White Horse Road) in Greenville. The new location, which provides easier access and more room, opened for business on Sept. 1. For nearly 30 years Blanchard Machinery has served South Carolina’s heavy equipment needs across the state from its 14 convenient locations.

With a full range of Caterpillar and other name brand equipment, Banchard Rental Services has been able to provide upstate customers an alternative to owning for more than 13 years. Construction equipment, from compact track loaders to full-size bulldozers, from light towers to lifts, and everything in between is available for rent by the day, week, or month.

For more information, call 864/672-0400 or visit www.blanchardmachinery.com.




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