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Palmer Johnson Appointed Authorized JLG Service Provider

Mon August 13, 2012 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

JLG appointed Palmer Johnson Power Systems as an authorized service provider of Oklahoma City. The Oklahoma City branch becomes the fourth Palmer Johnson branch awarded JLG Authorized Service Provider status. The Arizona and Kansas branches were awarded authorized status in 2010 along with northern California in 2011.

As a JLG Authorized Service Provider, Palmer Johnson acts as an extension of JLG to augment repair and service needs. Services now available through Palmer Johnson include equipment repair, equipment maintenance, rebuilding of major components, annual inspections, mobile service, warranty repairs, annual service agreements and local parts stock. Palmer Johnson’s factory trained technicians are able to provide a quick response for affordable and reliable service support.

JLG is establishing a network of authorized service providers to help its direct customers have convenient access to service support in the field. These third party companies are focused on machine service where customer uptime and reduced maintenance costs are their priority. They are trained and evaluated by JLG to service and repair JLG equipment and in many cases can complete repairs for other types and brands of construction and industrial equipment.

The authorized service provider territory for Oklahoma includes customers within a 120 mi. radius of Oklahoma City.

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