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Doosan Infracore Tabs Nichols Company as Texas Dealer

Wed October 01, 2008 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Nichols Company in Irving, Texas, has become the Doosan Infracore dealer for the Longview and San Antonio areas of Texas.

Doosan Infracore products will be marketed through Nichols’ Road Building division.

“Doosan wheel loaders and excavators will round out road building product offerings to our current customer base and open the doors to many new customers,” said Guy Brown, general manager of Nichols Road Building. “Along with the Doosan line, our existing and new customers will not only enjoy the machine selection, but also our fully stocked parts department and service department, which are second to none.

“We have experienced salesmen to handle customer needs,” Brown continued. “Keith Hooks covers our Longview area and Louis Rios is our representative in San Antonio.”

By adding Doosan Infracore to its inventory, Nichols has established a “one-stop-shop” for the road building and utility construction industry.

Since 1936, Conley Lott Nichols has long been an integrated part of construction in Texas. Nichols’s other divisions include MPS Aggregate & Drilling Equipment, Finishline Supply, Bobcat compact equipment and land care products.

Doosan Infracore America services a large network of Doosan dealers in North America. With headquarters in Suwanee, Ga., Doosan Infracore America is responsible for all North American sales, service, and technical support for Doosan heavy construction equipment, compact equipment and lift trucks.

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