Compact Construction Equipment Buys Bobcat of Abilene

Tue December 03, 2019 - West Edition #25
Compact Construction Equipment


Compact Construction Equipment LLC, the authorized Bobcat equipment dealer in south, central and west Texas, has acquired Bobcat of Abilene.
Compact Construction Equipment LLC, the authorized Bobcat equipment dealer in south, central and west Texas, has acquired Bobcat of Abilene.

Compact Construction Equipment LLC, the authorized Bobcat equipment dealer in south, central and west Texas, has acquired Bobcat of Abilene.

In business since the early 1960's, Bobcat of Abilene distributes Bobcat equipment in the Abilene, Sweetwater and San Angelo markets and operates a full-service rental store that provides earthmoving, landscape, concrete, compaction and aerial equipment.

"Becoming a part of the CCE enterprise gives our customer base immediate access to a larger selection of Bobcat equipment when they are looking to make a purchase," said Jeff Prince, president of Bobcat of Abilene. "In addition, our parts and service capacity increases, helping us better support customers in our local market. Our team is excited to be joining the CCE family."

Prince will be staying on with CCE and will continue to manage the Abilene branch.

CEO Whit Perryman said, "Bobcat of Abilene has been in business for over sixty years and has a talented team with decades of industry experience and a passion for delivering superior customer service. We are excited about this acquisition and to expand our regional footprint in West Texas to better serve our customers."

For more information about Compact Construction Equipment, visit www.bobcatcce.com.




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