Columbus Equipment Relocates Branch to Larger Facility

Wed November 10, 2010 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Columbus Equipment Company relocated its Cincinnati operations to a new, larger facility at 712 Shepherd Ave. in Lockland, Ohio.

The expanded, one-stop location will continue to serve construction, paving, mining, aggregate, biomass, forestry and agricultural equipment customers with a larger inventory, more extensive rental fleet and improved service capacity to handle increased demand on parts and service.

Columbus Equipment Company has served Ohio since 1952. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, the company has nine locations throughout the state. Supplying a comprehensive range of heavy equipment-related products and services, the company’s product offering includes: Komatsu, Link-Belt, Dynapac, Morbark, Komptech, McCloskey International and Barko.

Columbus Equipment Company also serves customer needs in the rental and used equipment markets, and supports and services all makes and models with a modern parts distribution system and a staff of highly- trained service technicians.

For more information call 513/771-3922 or visit

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