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Hyundai Taps Saugerties’ A. Montano Company as New Full-Line Dealer

Fri December 03, 2010 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Kevin Knaust (L), general manager, and Anthony Montano, president, both of A. Montano Company, are proud to be representing Hyundai for New York State’s lower and mid-Hudson Valley.
Kevin Knaust (L), general manager, and Anthony Montano, president, both of A. Montano Company, are proud to be representing Hyundai for New York State’s lower and mid-Hudson Valley.

A. Montano Company Inc. of Saugerties, N.Y., has been named the Hyundai Construction Equipment dealer for the lower and mid-Hudson Valley, which includes the counties of Montgomery, Washington, Albany, Schoharie, Schenectady, Rensselaer, Green, Fulton, Ulster, Orange, Putnam, Dutchess and Columbia.

All sizes of Hyundai excavators and loaders will be available for sale or for rent from A. Montano’s extensive fleet.

“We are currently building a substantial inventory of Hyundai parts so that we can best serve the needs of existing Hyundai owners,” said Anthony Montano, president of A. Montano Company. “Furthermore, our technicians will be receiving training from Hyundai so that we are well equipped to handle anyone’s service or maintenance needs.”

Hyundai excavators are available from compact size up to 175,000 lbs. (79,379 kg) and Hyundai offers loaders ranging in size from compact to 7 yds. (6.4 m).

“We are very excited about the addition of the Hyundai product,” said General Manager Kevin Knaust. “Hyundai has good name recognition and is well accepted as a reliable, affordable earthmoving product.

“Moving forward, we are confident that between JCB and Hyundai, we offer the right products to fit any application and the kind of support that will keep customers coming back.”

A. Montano Co. also represents JCB, Sakai, Atlas Copco, Carlton and Lay-Mor.

For more information call 845/247-0206. CEG




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