Bradley Machinery Relocates Operations to Cleveland

Wed August 01, 2007 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Bradley Machinery LLC has recently relocated its sales, service and rental operations to 9111 Brookpark Rd., Cleveland, Ohio. The move was from its Kent, Ohio, location, which has been converted to an equipment storage facility.

According to company owner, Dean Bradley, the move puts it in closer proximity to the majority of its customer base, positioning it for faster response and improved service with the additional benefit of saving on fuel costs. Bradley explained that the move puts the company next to the busiest intersection in Cuyahoga County, greatly increasing Bradley Machinery LLC’s visibility.

The building features two service bays and ample storage to maintain a complete line of service parts and a sales floor and offices. Bradley Machinery LLC, an authorized dealer for Gehl Construction Equipment and Yanmar Construction Equipment has added Weather Guard tool boxes, Green Bull Ladders and custom fabricated ladder racks to its product offerings.

According to Bradley, the key to its continued success is in gaining a firm understanding of the customers’ needs and matching that need with the right tool for the job. He compares the current competition among manufacturers of mini-excavators to an arms race. Everyone is working to produce equipment that digs stronger and faster while maintaining a small footprint. Bradley is confident that the products he offers are among the best.




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