Liebherr Equipment Source Opens New Houston Location

Mon February 02, 2009 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Headquartered in Newport News, Va., Liebherr Construction Equipment Company has announced that it is expanding its company owned dealership territory into southeast Texas with a new Houston location of Liebherr Equipment Source. The dealership is a full line dealer exclusively for Liebherr earthmoving equipment. The new branch location shares facilities with Liebherr Cranes International and Liebherr Cranes Nenzing.

Duane Wilder, president of Liebherr Construction Equipment Co., sees great potential in the expanded territory.

“Our company-owned dealerships have proven to be very successful, offering quality Liebherr products and exceptional parts and service support to our customers. This expansion will provide us the opportunity to increase the level of product offerings and services to our customers in Texas.”

Liebherr Equipment Source offers sales, parts, service and rental of Liebherr earthmoving products. The dealership is equipped with an extensive spare parts inventory and supported by Liebherr’s U.S. parts depot in Newport News, Va. The dealership has factory-trained mechanics and fully equipped field service trucks for on-site service needs.

While Liebherr Equipment Source of Houston continues to add to its staff, its current employees are:

• Jason Lucas, retail territory manager

• Victor Butler, parts and service manager

• James Gathercole, field service technician

• Steven Kinsela, service technician.

Liebherr Equipment Source of Houston is located at 7075 Bennington St. in Houston.

Business hours are from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Liebherr Equipment Source has additional branch locations in Manassas, Va; Raleigh, N.C.; and Baltimore, Md.

For more information, call 713/636-4030 or visit

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