New England’s Volvo Construction Equipment dealer, Chadwick-BaRoss Inc. has been named the authorized Volvo Machinery & Compaction Equipment Dealer along with its full line of construction and forestry equipment. Volvo CE acquired the road machinery division of Ingersoll Rand in 2007, and has been converting the line over to the Volvo brand and image. The product line includes the complete range of soil and asphalt compaction machines.
Chadwick-BaRoss Inc. presently operates four Volvo full sales and service branches in New England and has added the road machinery products to its construction equipment inventories in its marketing territory. Locations in Maine include Caribou, Bangor, Westbrook, and Concord, New Hampshire.
Product manager, Mark Silva stated, “We are excited to now be the authorized Volvo Road Machinery Dealer in Maine and New Hampshire. Our facilities and service technicians have been working on this equipment for years, and now with the Volvo reputation for safety, efficiency and quality with this equipment we will be offering customers nothing less than the best service and product available …
“When Volvo acquired the Ingersoll Rand compaction line, we were definitely ready. Our techs have been servicing those machines for decades, and now we will only be adding to that expertise with all the continued training available to us from Volvo CE in North Carolina — with that, customers are going to know that they are making a safe and informed decision when they come to us for this new product line.”
Chadwick-BaRoss Inc. will provide onsite or in shop service, as well as carry the parts necessary to keep its customers’ machines productive and on the job.
Chadwick-BaRoss Inc. began in 1929 as the Portland Tractor Company in Portland, Maine. Beginning as a dealer for Oliver crawler and wheel tractors and Walters all-wheel drive trucks, Chadwick-BaRoss is now one of the largest multi-line heavy equipment dealers in New England.
For more information, call 800/477-4063 or visit www.chadwick-baross.com.
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