L. W. Landclearing Beefs Up Its Volvo Excavator Fleet

Fri December 08, 2006 - Northeast Edition
Kate Zanoni


For Lutz Lundschock, owner of L. W. Landclearing in Telford, Pa., replacing older equipment is like a breath of fresh air.

Lundschock recently purchased three new Volvo excavators from Penn-Jersey Machinery in Lionville, Pa., for several upcoming projects. (Due to the nature of his business, he declined to offer details related to upcoming project specs).

He had originally purchased three Volvo excavators in 2003 for his small landclearing company, but traded them in Oct. 30 for three new models to upsize his equipment fleet and increase productivity.

Lundschock beefed up his inventory with a Volvo 160 excavator, a Volvo 330 excavator and a Volvo 360 excavator.

“Overall I’m extremely pleased with Penn-Jersey Machinery as an equipment dealer and Volvo as a reliable equipment manufacturer,” said Lundschock.

He’s been working with Penn-Jersey sales representatives since 2003 and appreciates their commitment to customers.

He also has had a steadfast business relationship with several employees currently working at Penn-Jersey for more than 10 years and looks forward to strengthening that rapport in years to come.

L. W. Landclearing was founded by Lundschock in 1989 as a small landclearing outfit. He works on a subcontracting basis for larger contractors.




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