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Linder Machinery Holds Open House at New Facility

Fri October 15, 2010 - Southeast Edition
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The new Linder Orlando facility is in a modern, stand-alone building that increases the company’s efficiency by allowing additional parts inventory availability and a central location within the territory.
The new Linder Orlando facility is in a modern, stand-alone building that increases the company’s efficiency by allowing additional parts inventory availability and a central location within the territory.
The new Linder Orlando facility is in a modern, stand-alone building that increases the company’s efficiency by allowing additional parts inventory availability and a central location within the territory. Bruce Cook (L), Allstate Paving, and Bill Trimble, asphalt product specialist, Linder, spend some time chatting about business at the open house. Well-cooked ribs and chicken along with sides and dessert made for some good eating. Stuart (L) and Matt Johnson of Stu Import Export Inc., Orlando, Fla., spent a few minutes looking over the Komatsu PC18 excavator. (L-R): George Carr, central Florida regional manager; Alan Nucci, northern Florida regional manager; Michelle Fain, marketing manager; and John Coughlin, president; represented just a few of the Linder people at the open house.

Linder Industrial Machinery Company held an open house on Oct. 7 to announce the relocation of its Orlando operations from South to North Orlando, Fla. Linder is the distributor of Komatsu off-road equipment in Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and southeast Georgia. The company also represents Wirtgen milling machines, Vogele pavers, Hamm compaction products, Kleeman crushing products, Atlas Copco drill, compressor, generator, and hydraulic attachments, Genesis demolition and scrap attachments, Exodus scrap handlers, Esco, Hensley and Superior Brooms.

Central Florida Regional Manager George Carr explained that, “The move into North Orlando came about as part of Linder’s plan to continually offer our customers the best products and services in the industry. The new Orlando facility is in a modern, stand-alone building that increases our efficiency by allowing additional parts inventory availability and a central location within the territory. We are now ideally located to serve the entire Orlando market as well as the six surrounding counties, with excellent access to major north and south highways.”

In addition to long-term salesmen Matt Aultman and Steve Moore, the new location has excellent product support personnel. Along with four resident technicians on staff, John Bass, parts and service representative, and Gary McDowell, parts manager, bring more than 50 years of experience to the Orlando team.

The new facility is located at 2805 Ace Road, Orlando, Fla., 32804.