Komatsu Appoints Utility Equipment Dealer in Nevada
Mon November 12, 2007 - West Edition Construction Equipment Guide
Komatsu has appointed H&E Equipment Services Inc. (H&E) as an authorized Komatsu utility dealer for the entire state of Utah, Nevada and Southern California.
H&E has 62 locations nationwide and has nine full-service locations throughout Utah, Nevada and Southern California in this service territory, and is evaluating opportunities to add facilities in the future.
“We are pleased to have been selected to represent quality Komatsu Utility products throughout the Intermountain and Southern California Region. This decision reflects Komatsu’s confidence in H&E and is a great compliment after decades of service as their dealer in Louisiana and Arkansas,” David Downs, H&E vice president of the Utility Earthmoving Division, said. “The market for compact earthmoving equipment has increased significantly in recent years and we are happy to be able to take care of our customers’ needs in this area with such world-class equipment. ”
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