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H&E Equipment Services Expands Into Oklahoma

Sat October 15, 2005 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

H&E Equipment Services Hi-Lift Division recently expanded its service territory to Oklahoma with two new locations in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

As a full-service aerial lift, boom truck and straight-mast and telescopic forklift dealer, H&E Hi-Lift specializes in equipment rentals and sales and offers both in-house and mobile repair and service as well as a comprehensive parts inventory.

“Equipment customers in Oklahoma now have a veteran equipment supplier to turn to for all their aerial lift and telescopic forklift needs,” said Gregg Christensen, H&E vice president Hi-Lift Division.

Located at 6919 West Reno in Oklahoma City and at 3230 Southwest Blvd. in Tulsa, both of the new H&E Hi-Lift branches offer conveniently located facilities.

“With H&E locations already in the surrounding states of Texas, Arkansas, and New Mexico, the decision to open locations in Oklahoma was the next logical step,” H&E CEO John Engquist said. “The Oklahoma branches fit with our goals to continue to expand our company and bring our customers greater benefits and convenience.”

H&E Hi-Lift is an authorized dealer for top-name aerial lift and telescopic forklift manufacturers including Genie, JLG, Skytrak and Terex. In addition, the H&E Oklahoma branches are an authorized Manitex truck cranes dealer.

Established in 1961, H&E Equipment Services is a leading supplier of equipment for construction, earthmoving, compaction, paving and material handling customers. H&E has 41 locations throughout the United States.

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