Columbus Equipment Company Joins Morbark Family

Sun November 04, 2007 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Columbus Equipment Company, specializing in heavy equipment distribution, service and rental, is now the authorized dealer of Morbark industrial equipment in Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky.

Established in 1952, and headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Columbus Equipment now operates in ten locations in Ohio. As an authorized dealer for nearly a dozen manufacturers, Columbus Equipment expects manufacturers to be able to meet or exceed stringent benchmarks not only in product quality, but also in the ability to support the machines they bring to market. Columbus Equipment recognized these values in Morbark and a new partnership was born.

Morbark Inc., a manufacturer of wood waste processing industry, offers a range of industrial equipment including tub and horizontal grinders as well as Chiparvestors, flails, whole tree chippers, attachments and a slow speed shredder. Morbark also manufactures a full line of brush chippers and stump grinders that are sold in Ohio and Kentucky by Sunrise Equipment Company of Canton, Ohio. The Morbark dealer network spans North America as well as five other continents and support facilities are strategically located throughout the United States.

For more information on Columbus Equipment Company, visit www.columbusequipment.com.

For more information on Mobark Inc., visit www.morbark.com




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