Closner Equipment Receives 2017 Roadtec Eagle Award

Wed February 14, 2018 - West Edition #4
Construction Equipment Guide


Texas-based Closner Equipment Company was recently honored with the Roadtec “Eagle” Award for Top Dealer of the Year 2017.
Texas-based Closner Equipment Company was recently honored with the Roadtec “Eagle” Award for Top Dealer of the Year 2017.

Texas-based Closner Equipment Company was recently honored with the Roadtec “Eagle” Award for Top Dealer of the Year 2017. The award was presented by John Irvine, president of Roadtec, to Bennet Closner, president of Closner Equipment, in Las Vegas at the AED Summit in January.

Irvine commented, “This is the inaugural year of the Roadtec Eagle Award, and we wanted to set the bar high. Closner demonstrates everything we look for in a dealer. We look for dealers that have our Astec Industries Core Values in servicing customers. We are proud to have them in our dealer network. They earned this award with outstanding performance in supporting our good Texas customers.”

Closner Equipment has operated continuously since 1946, with three generations of family leadership specializing in the road building industry. The Closner San Antonio facility is an authorized Roadtec factory rebuild facility. They currently operate with headquarters in San Antonio, and branches in Austin and Dallas-Fort Worth.

Chris Connolly, director of national accounts and dealer development said, “Closner has been a Roadtec dealer since 2009, selling and supporting our complete product line. We are thrilled to be able to recognize their achievements with this prestigious award.”




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