Mason Tractor Co. Opens Fourth Branch Location in Norcross, Ga.

Wed April 26, 2017 - Southeast Edition #9
Construction Equipment Guide


Tim Feldman (L), Mason Tractor Co. service manager, and Bill Dale, general manager, look over the final construction of the service area.
Tim Feldman (L), Mason Tractor Co. service manager, and Bill Dale, general manager, look over the final construction of the service area.
Tim Feldman (L), Mason Tractor Co. service manager, and Bill Dale, general manager, look over the final construction of the service area. Chris Blackmore, lead service tech, uses a KnifeSource grinding machine for sharpening Bandit chipper knives.  Mason Tractor offers a variety of Bandit chippers in vibrant colors. Mason Tractor Co. opened its brand new facility on April 10 and is located at 5038 Buford Hwy. in Norcross, Ga. Mason Tractor a vast selection of Kubota construction machines.

Mason Tractor Co. just put the finishing touches on construction of its fourth branch location in Norcross, Ga. The 12,000 sq. ft. (1,1148 sq m) facility, which opened on April 10, is situated on a 2.5 acre parcel of land located at 5038 Buford Hwy. in Norcross, Ga. A wide variety of Kubota construction machines, including skid steer loaders, compact track loaders and excavators as well as Bandit chippers are available at this branch. Mason also has construction attachments available from various manufacturers, including Bradco, Paladin, Dirt Dog and Kubota.

Machine service is accommodated by seven service bays with high ceilings and doors to perform work on a variety of machines. Shop area upgrades such as overhead cranes and a wash bay are in the planning stage. The location also boasts a KnifeSource grinding machine for customers looking for brush chipper knife sharpening service. —CEG




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