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Kirby-Smith Machinery to Sell Link-Belt Excavators

Wed December 13, 2017 - Midwest Edition #25
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LBX Company LLC announced the appointment of Kirby-Smith Machinery Company as the authorized dealer of Link-Belt excavators and material handling equipment in northeastern Kansas and northwestern Missouri, including the Kansas City, Mo., market area. This appointment is effective immediately.

“We are excited about our newly formed partnership with Kirby-Smith and for what the future holds for their brand new location in Kansas City, Kansas. Kirby has a strong reputation for taking care of their customers with integrity and passion, which aligns perfectly with our core values. They are already hitting the ground running with our equipment and we look forward to growing our business together,” said Chris Wise, distribution development manager of LBX Company.

“Kirby-Smith has a longstanding relationship with LBX, as Link-Belt was one of the first major manufactures Kirby-Smith Machinery acquired. I personally have an almost 40-year relationship with them, and know first-hand the value of both their people and excellent product lines. Kirby-Smith looks forward to renewing our business partnership with them in Kansas City, and to creating many new satisfied customers together,” said Jeff Weller, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Kirby-Smith.

For more information, on Kirby-Smith Machinery visit www.kirby-smith.com.

For more information on LBX Company, visit lbxco.com.




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