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Cleveland Brothers Officially Opens

Wed June 13, 2007 - Northeast Edition
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Cleveland Brothers’ New Stanton Power Systems branch was officially opened on Friday, April 27, 2007. The New Stanton, Pa., branch is located east of Pittsburgh at 190 Earnhardt Drive, just off I-70 exit 57A approximately 1 mi. from the I-70 and Pennsylvania Turnpike junction.

After a few welcoming words from Jeff Lauver, vice president of Power Systems; Jay Cleveland, CEO; Tom Kirchhoff, COO; and Luc Richard, corporate truck service representative of Caterpillar, the Cat Chopper “cut” the ribbon.

Throughout the day, customers were welcomed to the facility where they could have some refreshments and get a first hand look at see what is available for them.

The tour of the new branch highlighted industries and product segments including:

• Standby generators and uninterruptible Power Systems;

• Used equipment;

• Rental power;

• Rental work machines and aerial lifts from One Call Rentals;

• OEM, Marine and Industrial Applications and Service;

• CB HYMAC hydraulic, machining and chroming services;

• Truck Engine Service;

• Truck Engine and Chassis Dynamometer; and

• Training.

The New Stanton branch provides truck engine service, standby and prime power generator sales, and rental power equipment including air compressors, generators, HVAC units, and water pumps. It is one of 13 Cleveland Brothers’ branches with Power Systems capabilities throughout central and western Pennsylvania, western Maryland and West Virginia.

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