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JLG Expands Local Aftermarket Services to California

Thu December 27, 2007 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


JLG Industries Inc., a subsidiary of Oshkosh Truck Corporation, opened its fourth major U.S. ServicePlus Center to provide local aftermarket support for JLG customers in California, Nevada and Arizona Dec. 6.

JLG’s newest customer support center, located at 7820 Lincoln Ave., Riverside, Calif., just south of Los Angeles, provides equipment service, mobile tech support, parts stocks and used equipment for JLG equipment rental and distribution customers. Customers also can schedule operator, service and product training classes at the center.

This new facility is a key component of JLG’s strategy to provide a full spectrum of life-cycle enhancing services for its customers in convenient locations.

Joe Dixon, JLG’s global vice president and general manager for ServicePlus, explained, “Our customers tell us that the ability to extend the life cycle of their equipment is critical to enhancing their business, so we’re pleased that our fourth ServicePlus location offers a full spectrum of aftermarket products and services. This new facility allows JLG to expand the availability of our services and support and enhance our responsiveness to help our customers extend equipment life, decrease their operating costs and increase equipment uptime.”

JLG’s other North American ServicePlus Centers are located in Bedford, Pa., Houston and Atlanta. JLG also has service facilities throughout Europe and Australia, including a reconditioned facility in Tonneins, France.

For more information, call 951/358-1900 or visit www.jlg.com.




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