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Pettibone Names Highlift Equipment as Newest Dealer Serving Ohio

Tue September 19, 2017 - Midwest Edition #19
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Pettibone/Traverse Lift LLC announced the addition of Highlift Equipment to its dealer network.
Pettibone/Traverse Lift LLC announced the addition of Highlift Equipment to its dealer network.

Pettibone/Traverse Lift LLC announced the addition of Highlift Equipment to its dealer network. Highlift will carry Pettibone telehandlers for the state of Ohio at its three affiliated locations in Cincinnati, Canton and Sunbury (Columbus).

“We're very excited to welcome Highlift Equipment to the Pettibone team,” said Alecia McKay-Jones, dealer development manager of Pettibone. “They have a tremendous reputation as a high-quality supplier and service provider, and we look forward to them making a strong push with our Extendo product line.”

Originally founded in 1968, Highlift offers a wide variety of aerial lift equipment, including telehandlers, boom lifts and scissor lifts. The company is strong in both end user sales and equipment rentals, while placing extra emphasis on its ability to provide outstanding service.

“We've gotten off to a great start with Pettibone already,” said Steve Oyster, president of Highlift Equipment. “We want to solidify Pettibone's presence across Ohio and really go after the market here. Pettibone has been very supportive, and it's obvious we share common goals and are really striving toward future success together.”

For more information, call 906/353-4800 or 800/467-3884, or visit www.gopettibone.com.




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