Ditch Witch of East Texas Becomes RAYCO Manufacturing Inc. Dealer

Wed November 04, 2009 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

RAYCO Manufacturing Inc.’s newest dealer is Ditch Witch of East Texas (DWET). DWET has been serving the East Texas area for more than 37 years. Located in Tyler, Texas, DWET offers sales, service and parts support to RAYCO customers. And due to a fully equipped service truck, it is able to reach those customers who are unable to get their equipment to the dealership.

“We are looking forward to bringing the same level of professional service to our RAYCO customers that we have been giving our trenching and boring customers over the years,” commented Bart Young, Ditch Witch of East Texas.

Territory Sales Manager of RAYCO, John Klutarich stated, “Witch of East Texas is just what our East Texas customers need to make sure they receive top-notch sales and service that is associated with the RAYCO Brand. We look forward to a long relationship with them.”

Ditch Witch of East Texas has been in the same location for 34 years. It works with its factory service training programs to make sure it is up on all the latest technical information.

For more information about DWET, call 903/592-6226.

RAYCO Manufacturing Inc. is dedicated to the design and production of environmental equipment. Its current product line includes: stump cutters, cutting tools, log splitter, forestry mulchers, site preparation machines, brush chippers and horizontal grinders.

For more information about RAYCO, visit www.raycomfg.com.

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