JESCO hosted an Oktoberfest Customer Appreciation Day Oct. 11 at its Deer Park, N.Y., location.
The event offered catered breakfast, German-style cuisine for lunch and an old-fashioned soda barrel tap truck to match the Oktoberfest theme. Information stations and educational workshops set up around the facility allowed guests to learn about the machines, services and technology that JESCO offers.
JESCO Inc. will host an Octoberfest-themed Customer Appreciation Day on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. at its Deer Park, N.Y., facility, located at 110 East Jefryn Boulevard.
In addition to enjoying great food and many door prizes, attendees will have an opportunity to benefit from a variety of educational workshops.
JESCO Inc. , a Northeast construction dealer, announced that it will hold a demonstration and training opportunity for customers and prospective customers on the latest technology available for heavy construction equipment at the Local 138 Apprentice Training School in Yaphank, Long Island, on May 3, from 9 a.m.
JESCO Inc. , one of the Northeast region's leading construction dealers, celebrated a new facility in Waldorf, Md., with an open house on Oct. 12. Located on 5½ acres just 23 miles south-southeast of Washington, D.C., at 48 Industrial Park Drive, the site replaces a much smaller building which was situated in nearby White Plains, Md.
The Topcon Technology Roadshow made a stop on Oct. 16 and 17, 2018, at JESCO's Lumberton, N.J., facility.
Topcon's traveling truck has a combination of both theater and showcase rooms with the benefits of a trade show and user conference.
Over the two days, more than 100 contractors, engineers and surveyors attended to learn more about Topcon innovative technology and how it can help them do their work more productively and efficiently.
JESCO Inc. became the authorized distributor of Wirtgen Group, a leading manufacturer in the road building and mineral technology segment, throughout the state of New Jersey and the New York City market beginning April 1, 2018.
Effective May 1, 2018, JESCO's South Plainfield, N.J., location is stocked and servicing Wirtgen parts customers.
Even as construction continues on the new $55 million baseball stadium for Mississippi State University (MSU) in Starkville to rebuild the Dudy Noble Field — the homefield of the Bulldogs — the team has already held some practices inside the grounds of the new structure, which is being built by JESCO Inc.
JESCO Inc. held a Demonstration Day on Dec. 14 and 15 for the Mid-Atlantic region covering the Maryland and Delaware areas. The demo site was situated at the Operating Engineers School in Baltimore, Md. Customers from the Mid-Atlantic region attended and had a chance to speak with JESCO's staff, and the attendees had a large amount of space to test drive the machines ranging from heavy C&F machines to light CWP machines.
JESCO Inc. has named Chris Clark and James Taylor as its new Ditch Witch territory managers. According to JESCO Clark will represent the entire Ditch Witch brand line covering Fairfield, Litchfield, New Haven and Hartford counties in Connecticut as well as the entire New York State area.
JESCO Inc. has named John Annunziata as its new commercial worksite products (CWP) territory manager with responsibility spanning Long Island. According to JESCO, Annunziata will represent John Deere, Hitachi, Bomag, Hydrema, Cam Superline, Eager Beaver and Genesis brands within Nassau, Suffolk and Queens counties.
With more than 12 new service trucks added to its fleet, JESCO is ready to rev up its customer service with style. Adding new service vehicles to its fleet enables JESCO to support its customers with greater efficiency, and the company expects its customers to see an increase in timely responses and a decrease in machine issues that will result in increased uptime.