McClung-Logan Adds Doosan Portable Power

Fri November 05, 2010 - Northeast Edition

Doosan Portable Power has named McClung-Logan Equipment Company of Baltimore, Md., its newest dealer for its complete line of portable power and light construction equipment for the central Maryland and Delaware areas.

McClung-Logan Equipment is a full-service dealer of heavy construction equipment for the earthmoving, aggregate and excavation markets, as well as road building, utility, underground and waste segments. The company offers large excavators, articulated haulers, wheel loaders, large compaction, milling and compact equipment. To their extensive lineup, it has added Ingersoll Rand-branded air compressors, mobile generators, light towers and light compaction equipment.

“We have been working to diversify our portfolio, and this was a natural fit for us,” said Chris Banes, area manager and director of road and portable power of McClung-Logan Equipment Company.

“Many of our customers already use equipment offered from Doosan Portable Power, and we want to serve their needs. This also generates new opportunities for us to seek a new customer base and reach painting and sandblasting contractors and industrial and municipal customers.”

McClung-Logan began in 1939. Besides its headquarters in Baltimore, the company has seven locations throughout Maryland, Virginia and Delaware.

“McClung-Logan Equipment Company is a great partner in offering our portfolio to its customers in the Baltimore area,” said Rita Moore, director of sales, North America, Doosan Portable Power. “We will work closely with them as they continue to provide service to our loyal customers in the area. And we look forward to assisting and supporting them as they expand into new markets and acquire new customers for Doosan Portable Power products.”

Doosan Portable Power has a full line of Ingersoll Rand air compressors ranging from 65 to 1,600 cfm and mobile generators from 25 to 570 kVA, as well as light towers, rammers, vibratory-plate and walk-behind compactors.

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