Kobelco USA Names Central Equipment as Mini Excavator Dealer in Idaho

Tue September 05, 2017 - National Edition
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Central Equipment will represent KOBELCO USA as a mini excavator dealer in Idaho.
Central Equipment will represent KOBELCO USA as a mini excavator dealer in Idaho.

Kobelco Construction Machinery USA continues to expand representation in the North American market by adding Central Equipment to its growing dealer network. Central Equipment will represent Kobelco as a mini-excavator dealership in Idaho.

“We were looking to fill a void in our equipment offering and Kobelco was one of the first manufacturers that we considered,” said Tyson Bowden, general manager at Central Equipment. “Once we found out the territory was available, it was an easy decision for us to represent Kobelco given the company's outstanding reputation in the market. We're excited to offer our customers the reliability and value of Kobelco mini excavators.”

Kobelco has long been recognized for its world class line of excavators. In order to continuously improve its singular product line, the team of Kobelco engineers and field experts dedicate substantial time and effort into the research and development of today's leading technologies and machinery. Kobelco ensures the delivery of excavators that can withstand the day-to-day rigors of demanding job sites, while providing operators with all the production and comfort features required for a profitable day's work.

The staff of Central Equipment will be working closely with Kobelco to gain the required sales and product support training to deliver on the Kobelco promise of customer satisfaction. Central Equipment will provide professional sales, rentals and service support on Kobleco mini excavators from their locations in Pocatello and Jerome, Idaho.

For more information about Central Equipment, visit www.CentralEquipment.us.

For more information about Kobelco Construction Machinery USA, visit www.KOBELCO-USA.com.

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