Felling Names Richmond Machinery & Equipment Company as New Dealer

Felling Trailers Inc. has recently named Richmond Machinery & Equipment Company as an authorized Felling Trailers’ dealer.

Wed July 27, 2016 - Northeast Edition #15
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Felling Trailers Inc. has recently named Richmond Machinery & Equipment Company as an authorized Felling Trailers’ dealer.
Felling Trailers Inc. has recently named Richmond Machinery & Equipment Company as an authorized Felling Trailers’ dealer.

Felling Trailers Inc. has recently named Richmond Machinery & Equipment Company as an authorized Felling Trailers' dealer. With more than 97 years experience, Richmond Machinery & Equipment will market Felling Trailers' full model line.

Felling Trailers offers more than 220 models ranging from 3,000 lb. (1,361 kg) utility to 120,000 lb. (54,431 kg) hydraulic detachable gooseneck trailers. This vast model line paired with its willingness to customize a trailer to the customer's needs makes a great fit with RM&E's company beliefs and customer base, according to the company.

Richmond Machinery & Equipment caters to everyone in the road construction and maintenance business, from the veteran contractor to those just getting started. It has established relationships with the hope to serve and grow with customers as it grows. It is those long-term, close relationships that have made RM&E so successful and a great fit for Felling Trailers, Inc. as a partner in the Virginia area, according to the company.

Felling Trailers Inc. has been manufacturing trailers for more than 40-years.

For more information, call 800/245.2809 or visit www.felling.com.


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