H&E Equipment Opens New Branch in Beaumont, Texas

Mon March 06, 2017 - West Edition #5
Construction Equipment Guide


H&E Equipment Services Inc. announces the opening of its new branch in Beaumont, Texas.
H&E Equipment Services Inc. announces the opening of its new branch in Beaumont, Texas.

H&E Equipment Services Inc. announces the opening of its new branch in Beaumont, Texas, joining neighboring branches in Houston, Texas; Pasadena, Texas; and Lake Charles, La., for a total of 78 branches nationwide.

The new branch is located at 3825 Stone Oak Drive, Beaumont, Texas, and will provide full-service coverage to customers in eastern Texas and southwest Louisiana. The 9,500-sq. ft. facility sits on six acres with a fully-fenced and paved yard area, offices, parts warehouse and a six-bay repair shop. The facility is capable of repairing a variety of general industrial and construction equipment.

The Beaumont branch specializes in aerial lifts, telescopic forklifts, earthmoving and general construction equipment from the following manufacturers: Atlas Copco, Bomag, Gehl, Genie, JCB, John Deere, Laymor, Miller, Multiquip, Skyjack, Skytrak, Takeuchi, Yanmar and others.

“As we focus on expansion and growth we are able to meet market demands, which is why I am excited to open our new facility in Beaumont,” said Dusty DuBois, Beaumont branch manager. “With locations in Houston and Lake Charles, it was clear another location to support the surrounding areas was necessary. Our full-service approach has been widely accepted and we look forward to serving Beaumont and the surrounding areas.”

In addition to equipment rentals, the facility provides new and used equipment sales, in-shop and mobile service, a comprehensive parts inventory, training, and other value-added services.

For more information, visit HE-equipment.com.




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