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Pine Bush Equipment to Shift Focus for the Future

Wed April 04, 2007 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

As of Oct. 1, 2007, Pine Bush Equipment Co. Inc. (PBE) will no longer represent the Case product line. Although an extension is possible if no other dealer is located, PBE plans to focus its attention on its current line of Komatsu construction equipment.

Pine Bush Equipment Co. Inc. is currently entering its 51st year in business and attributes its success to loyal customers and dedicated employees. According to PBE President Holly Bodnar, company sales have grown more than 300 percent over the past decade.

“It’s sad to say goodbye to Case, but it will be refreshing to be focused on the Komatsu product line,” Bodnar said.

PBE currently has three locations — Pine Bush, N.Y., Holmes, N.Y., and Newington, Conn., each of which offer a full sales, service, parts and rental department.

PBE currently has 12 on-road sales representatives, 5 in-house sales representatives, 4 rental sales representatives and more than 30 service technicians to serve its customers. PBE also maintains a 500 piece rental fleet and large trucking department, which allows it to efficiently pick-up and deliver equipment to customer sites. The service truck fleet currently includes 7 vehicles and is expected to grow in the future.

According to Bodnar, PBE has continuously expanded its dedication to customer and product support over the past 50 years. As the transition progresses, PBE will offer a larger Komatsu equipment selection which includes backhoes, crawlers, portable crushers, excavators, motorgraders, skid steers, articulated trucks and wheel loaders. PBE also will expand its Komatsu parts inventory.

For more information, call 845/744-2006 or visit

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