Company Wrench Expands Kobelco’s Reach Into Philly

The move will expand the reach of already established New Jersey Kobelco dealer territory.

Tue September 23, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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Company Wrench has been named the official Kobelco dealer of the Philadelphia metro area.
Company Wrench has been named the official Kobelco dealer of the Philadelphia metro area.

Company Wrench has been named the official Kobelco dealer of the Philadelphia metro area. This will expand the reach of already established New Jersey Kobelco dealer territory. With Company Wrench’s newly obtained sales territory comes a new facility in New Jersey to act as not only the central hub but also as the Company Wrench New Jersey Kobelco dealership.

This new branch is located at 2636 S. Black Horse Pike in Williamstown, N.J., putting the dealer in a centralized location to better serve New Jersey and Pennsylvania sales.

Company Wrench’s new Kobelco sales territory covers more than half the state of New Jersey, with coverage in eight counties in southern New Jersey. The other half of the new Kobelco sales territory covers nine counties in south eastern Pennsylvania, including the Philadelphia metro area.

The company plans a grand opening celebration at its facility in Williamstown in November.

Company Wrench serves the construction, demolition, scrap and recycling industry from 10 locations in seven states. As well as its New Jersey branch, Company Wrench, headquartered in Ohio, operates branches in Florida, Indiana, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.




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