Northshore Names Distributor for Atlantic Coast Region

Fri August 14, 2009 - Northeast Edition
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Northshore Manufacturing, home of Builtrite branded, stationary electric material handlers, truck mounted material handlers and attachments, appointed Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems (MAWS) to its distributor network. MAWS will cover Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Eastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey, handling Builtrite’s full line of products for the solid waste, scrap, utility and construction markets.

MAWS has full sales and service centers located in Easton, Md.; Clinton, Md.; Chesapeake, Va.; Baltimore, Md.; Bedford, Va., and Chester, Pa. Wes Jones, national sales manager of Northshore said, “ Due to the increased population of our equipment on the East Coast, it became imperative that we partnered with a distributor capable of furthering our sales efforts and provide a service center for our customers. We are very pleased to be partnering with a prestigious company like Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems.”

Rich Hood, president and founder of MAWS added, “The Builtrite brand is well known and well respected within the solid waste community. We feel this partnership will not only be a benefit to both companies, but also to our customer base. In addition, their extensive line of products for the scrap, utility and general construction sectors help us diversify our business. We look forward to working with the Builtrite team.”

For more information on Builtrite products, call 218/834-5555 or visit

For more information on Mid Atlantic Waste Systems, call 800/338-7274 or visit

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