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Foley Equipment Celebrates New Colby Facility

Wed June 06, 2018 - Midwest Edition #12

CEO Ann Konecny with the Foley Equipment officer team.
CEO Ann Konecny with the Foley Equipment officer team.
CEO Ann Konecny with the Foley Equipment officer team. (L-R): The Foley Equipment officer team celebrates the ribbon-cutting ceremony with Colby City Manager Tyson Mcgreer, Colby Mayor Gary Adrian, State Rep. Adam Smith, CEO Ann Konecny, Congressman Roger Marshall and State Sen. Rick Billinger.

Foley Equipment, a Caterpillar dealer of Kansas and northwest Missouri, recently celebrated the grand opening of its new facility in Colby, Kan.

The company's location on Horton Road represents an investment in the community as Foley Equipment strengthens its roots in northwest Kansas.

“We are pleased with the growth of our business in the Colby area and are delighted to make this investment to continue to serve this community,” said CEO Ann Konecny.

Officially opened for business on April 16, the company's 30,000 sq. ft. site more than doubled the square footage of Foley Equipment's previous location. The new climate-controlled facility offers an expanded parts warehouse and space to service 14 vehicles at one time.

“The investment in Colby gives us the capacity to serve more customers while providing a better customer experience,” said Service Manager Daman Glover. “We're proud to be here and even more proud that we can continue to provide top-notch service for years to come.”

Foley Industries and its subsidiaries Foley Equipment, Foley Power Solutions, Foley Rental and SITECH Central have proudly served and represented Caterpillar for more than 75 years. Committed to customer success across Kansas and western Missouri, Foley strives every day to deliver excellence across the full range of equipment and power generation sales, rental, service and technology solutions.

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