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Liebherr Announces New Equipment Dealer in Mass.

Wed November 22, 2017 - Northeast Edition #24
Construction Equipment Guide

The construction equipment division of Liebherr USA Co. introduced Boston Freightliner – New England Road Equipment as a new dealer. The new authorized dealer will be a sales, service, parts and rental provider for the full line of Liebherr earthmoving and material handling equipment in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Boston Freightliner Inc. was founded in 1997 as a Freightliner truck dealer servicing the class 6 to 8 commercial vehicle segment. For the past 20 years, the company has been known as an established provider of quality OEM product and services in the trucking industry. Its experience in total quality service to the New England market spans 52 years, having its roots in commercial diesel and heavy duty industry inception under the former Vigor Diesel Fuel Injection.

“Boston Freightliner – New England Road Equipment is proud and honored to become part of the Liebherr dealer network that we believe shares our commitment to providing the very best in sales, service and parts support. We are excited to showcase all our quality product and services in the New England territory,” said Craig Sickler, vice president of operations.

“We are excited about this new partnership with Boston Freightliner. Their commitment to offering quality products and providing excellent customer service and support is an enormous benefit to new and existing Liebherr customers,” said Peter Mayr, managing director of Liebherr USA Co. construction equipment division. “This opportunity allows us to expand the Liebherr brand in the northeast market.”

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