Bobcat Company Introduces New Authorized Dealer

A company whose origins date back to 1950 joins the Bobcat network.

Tue October 01, 2013 - Southeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Bobcat Company has expanded its dealer network with the addition of Williams Equipment and Supply Company of Louisiana as an authorized sales, service, parts and rental provider of Bobcat equipment. Williams Equipment and Supply Company of Louisiana dates back to 1950 when H.S. Finke founded a construction supply business in New Orleans. Soon after, Finke partnered with World War II veteran and recent college graduate James Williams to form Finke and Williams Inc.

Since opening its doors more than 60 years ago, the family-owned operation has grown to include 10 convenient locations spanning Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana — paving the way for dealerships outside larger metropolitan centers while pioneering the rental of construction equipment throughout the region.

Following the recent acquisition of an existing dealership in Monroe, La., Williams Equipment and Supply Company of Louisiana is now better able to provide contractors across northern Louisiana with construction supplies and equipment — ranging from concrete and masonry grout products and waterproofing solutions to Bobcat skidsteer loaders, compact track loaders and compact excavators, according to the company.

“Check out our new location in Monroe for unmatched product availability and the most up-to-date rental fleet,” said Gordon McIntyre, president of Williams Equipment and Supply Company of Louisiana. “Our seasoned staff is ready to provide the product expertise and support Bobcat customers have come to know and deserve.”

Williams Equipment and Supply Company of Louisiana is part of a network of some 900 Bobcat dealerships worldwide.

The dealership is located at 336 Fontana Road, Monroe, La.

For more information, on Williams Equipment and Supply Company of Louisiana call 318/343-2840 or visit

For more information on Bobcat products visit

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