N.I.C.E. Moves Into New Facility in Hopedale, Mass.

Wed May 07, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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Dramatically expanded shop space enables The N.I.C.E. Company to keep its expanded inventory of equipment properly maintained.
Dramatically expanded shop space enables The N.I.C.E. Company to keep its expanded inventory of equipment properly maintained.
Dramatically expanded shop space enables The N.I.C.E. Company to keep its expanded inventory of equipment properly maintained. Conveniently located just west of Boston on I-495, The N.I.C. E. Company can easily dispatch truckloads of equipment to any job site. Throughout the economic downturn Bryn Smith saw many opportunities to purchase distressed equipment, and now as the market is improving he is in a good position to satisfy the used equipment and rental needs of New England contractors, he said. The N.I.C.E. Company moved into the facility at 9 Rosenfeld Drive in Hopedale, Mass., shortly after the first of this year.

Business has been steadily growing for The N.I.C.E. Company. Growing so much that it was time for Bryn Smith, owner and founder, to make the decision to move into a bigger facility.

“We have really started to see business take off over the last year or so; we have seen the need to purchase a service truck, put service technicians on staff, and we are currently looking to expand our sales force. All of which dictated the need to obtain a larger facility,” said Smith.

The N.I.C.E. Company moved into the facility at 9 Rosenfeld Drive in Hopedale, Mass., shortly after the first of this year.

Smith has worked long and hard to build his dream. He worked for nine years for one of the largest Caterpillar dealerships. During this time, one of his responsibilities included international sales. In this capacity Smith traveled all over the world, including Asia and South America, and had the opportunity to build relationships with many contacts for the import and export of construction equipment. He has used some of these contacts to build a significant inventory of construction equipment, which includes excavators, articulated trucks, dozers, screening plants and more.

Throughout the down times Smith survived by increasing his rentals while buying and selling machines in a declining market. As the market is improving he is in a good position to satisfy the used equipment and rental needs of New England contractors, he said.

The N.I.C.E. Company has focused on providing its customers with a source for quality, late model used construction equipment for sale to the U.S. and international markets since 1999; the same machines are available for rent to contractors throughout New England.

For more information, visit www.theniceco.com