Kobelco USA Appoints R.E.P. Rents to Its Growing North American Dealer Network

Wed May 01, 2019 - Midwest Edition #9
Kobelco USA


Kobelco USA has appointed R.E.P. Rents as a full-line excavator dealer in Kentucky.
Kobelco USA has appointed R.E.P. Rents as a full-line excavator dealer in Kentucky.
Kobelco USA has appointed R.E.P. Rents as a full-line excavator dealer in Kentucky.

Kobelco Construction Machinery USA continues to expand representation in the North American market by adding R.E.P. Rents to its nationwide dealer network. R.E.P. Rents will represent the full line of Kobelco excavators in Kentucky.

"Our team is dedicated to renting and selling the top name brands in cost and efficiency," said Hunter Purnell, sales representative of R.E.P. Rents. "Adding Kobelco to our equipment fleet goes hand in hand with this commitment. Kobelco excavators are well-known for exceptional durability and cutting-edge power and efficiency capabilities. We're excited to provide our customers with Kobelco's industry-leading products."

The staff of R.E.P. Rents will work closely with Kobelco to gain the required sales and product support training to deliver on the Kobelco promise of customer satisfaction. R.E.P. Rents will provide professional rentals, sales and service support for Kobelco excavators from their location in Shelbyville, Ky.

"R.E.P. Rents has a deep history of providing customers with top quality, well-maintained equipment," said Jack Fendrick, COO and vice president of Kobelco USA. "We are pleased to have them join our growing dealer network and we look forward to a successful partnership."

R.E.P. Rents, a division of R.E. Purnell Construction Co., is a locally owned and operated construction equipment dealership.

For more information, visit www.REPRents.com.

Kobelco Construction Machinery USA offers crawler excavators in the 3,000-lb. to 245,000-lb. classes including zero tail swing, compact, standard, long-reach, mass excavation, and demolition models.

For more information, www.Kobelco-USA.com.




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