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Conley Lott Nichols Inks Deal to Sell Terex/CMI Equipment

Sat September 17, 2005 - West Edition
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Conley Lott Nichols (CLN) has announced it is a new dealer for the Terex/CMI brand of equipment from Terex Roadbuilding.

As an existing dealer of Terex/Cedarapids products, CLN is expanding its road building product offerings with Terex/CMI reclaimers/stabilizers, milling machines, parts and service support.

“CLN is always looking for innovative ways to improve client satisfaction and enhance its focus on road building equipment. Naturally, we are extremely excited to represent the line of Terex /CMI brand machines, the premier reclaimer/stabilizers and cold planers on the market,” said Guy Brown, sales manager of the paving division of CLN. “This particular line of equipment will flawlessly match up with the existing road building equipment that CLN already represents and will benefit our current customers by enabling them to have their equipment serviced in the DFW and East Texas area at CLN.”

Terex/CMI predecessor, CMI Corporation, manufactured road building equipment for approximately 30 years. When Terex acquired the company in 2001, CMI brand machines were branded Terex/CMI and became part of the Terex Roadbuilding product line.

CMI machines afford contractors the ability to work faster, with improved accuracy and in a wider range of job conditions, improving their bottom line.

Since 1936, CLN has provided the machines and equipment that help build roads, airport runways and highways.

Headquartered in Irving, TX, the company has long been an integral part of construction in Texas and the D/FW Metroplex. The CLN product lines are arranged into four distinct divisions, each with its own sales force: Paving, Bobcat, Aggregate Processing (MPS Machinery) and Montana Tractors.

CLN acquired MPS Machinery in 2003 to add aggregate processing to its equipment product offerings.

In 2005, CLN launched its Montana Tractor division to focus on the growing compact and utility tractor market.

For more information, call 469/586-2900.