Standing (L to R): Johnny Patrick of Patrick Construction, Scott Malmstrom of Lift Truck Supply. This LiuGong 2025H LPG was recently sold to Patrick Construction.
LiuGong Construction Machinery N.A. LLC, headquartered in Katy, Texas, has announced that Lift Truck Supply, Inc. has recently joined LiuGong as a new forklift dealer in Texas, USA.
Lift Truck Supply has been serving East and Central Texas material handling needs for over 30 years from their headquarters in Tyler and their full service branch in Temple. Their 50 employees have been factory trained to support LiuGong forklift distribution and service ranging from Austin to Texarkana, including Waco and Shreveport, LA. “Lift Truck Supply has an outstanding reputation in their market” noted Ken Biediger, Forklift Commercial Director for LiuGong. “They have all the attributes you look for in a dealer and have the vision to see that LiuGong has the ability to become a very successful brand in the future”.
Jimmy Head, General Manager of Lift Truck Supply, sees the potential in the new
venture. “We chose LiuGong because they have a long successful history of providing quality equipment at a reasonable price” said Jimmy. “LiuGong will help us to provide a wider range of offerings to our customer base and be able to better meet the needs of every customer” he added. This focus on customer satisfaction is always at the forefront of Lift Truck Supply’s thinking. “Customer satisfaction is our primary goal and we always strive to be the best we can be by having the best team of employees with years of experience and keeping the customers interest at heart.”
Lift Truck Supply will be supported by LiuGong’s North American subsidiary in Katy, (near Houston) Texas which is staffed with over 25 employees to support sales, marketing, parts, service and training for LiuGong’s material handling and construction equipment dealers. LiuGong’s main parts distribution center is also in Katy, Texas with a second in Bolingbrook, IL which supports LiuGong’s Dressta line of bulldozers.
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