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Doosan Expands Network; Adds ACT Construction Equipment

Mon April 23, 2018 - Southeast Edition #8
Construction Equipment Guide


Doosan has added two branches of ACT Construction Equipment to its network.
(Doosan photo)
Doosan has added two branches of ACT Construction Equipment to its network. (Doosan photo)

Doosan Infracore North America LLC has expanded its dealer network with the addition of two branches of ACT Construction Equipment as authorized sales, service, parts and rental providers of Doosan equipment.

The company now offers its customers in the Wilmington and Charlotte, N.C., areas a range of Doosan equipment, including crawler excavators, wheel excavators, material handlers and wheel loaders. The dealerships are located at 10925 Metromont Parkway, Charlotte, N.C., 28269, and 3001 Boundary Street, Wilmington, N.C., 28405.

ACT Construction Equipment has been in business since 1951, under current ownership since 1973 and in the compact equipment market since 2008. The company decided to offer Doosan equipment to complement its current compact equipment offerings.

“ACT has a lot of compact customers who also run heavy equipment who had to go elsewhere for their heavy equipment needs,” said Britt Hefner, operations manager of ACT Construction Equipment. “ACT was looking for a heavy line that matched well with the compact equipment we already carry, and we saw it was a good match. Our core values support relationships with quality, well-supported products, which is what we found with Doosan. By carrying Doosan, we will give customers a one-stop shop for sales, parts and service.”

For more information on ACT Construction Equipment, call 800/462-2447 or visit ACTConstructionEquipment.com.




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