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Dynapac Strengthens Dealer Network by Adding Road Machinery in Two States

Fri April 20, 2018 - National Edition
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(L to R) –Jamie Carson, general manager Sales and Rental and Sloan Brooks president and COO.
(L to R) –Jamie Carson, general manager Sales and Rental and Sloan Brooks president and COO.

Dynapac North America LLC has announced the addition of Road Machinery to its growing dealer network. Road Machinery rents, sells and supports the complete Dynapac portfolio of pavers, soil compactors and asphalt rollers in the Arizona and Southern California markets.

Road Machinery was founded in 1955 in Phoenix, Ariz. Over the course of 63 years, the Road Machinery footprint has grown to include 14 branches with 10 in California. Road Machinery is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsui Ltd. (A Global 500 Company), which serves the construction, mining, forestry, paving and compaction markets with quality equipment and state-of–the art parts and service support. The addition of Dynapac road construction equipment in late 2017 was a compliment to Road Machinery's vast portfolio of Komatsu, NPK and Terramac products.

“We are excited to form a partnership with Road Machinery as we continue to expand our dealer network. Road Machinery brings a wealth of paving and compaction expertise to the Dynapac dealer portfolio by offering sales and support for the entire state of Arizona and much of Southern California,” said Fabian Salinas, Dynapac vice president of Sales.

Sloan Brooks, Road Machinery president and COO said, “With the phase out of our existing compaction and paving line in Arizona and in order to increase our footprint in the compaction and paving markets, we found Dynapac as the best fit for Road Machinery. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial partnership.”

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