Road Machinery LLC Opens New Office in Mojave, California

Wed May 22, 2019 - West Edition #11
Road Machinery


Sloan Brooks, president & CEO of Road Machinery LLC, announces a new branch location opening in the Mojave community on June 12, 2019. The branch will support a large mine in California. The Golden Queen Mining Co. produces gold and silver from the Soledad Mountain project, located just outside the town of Mojave.

Road Machinery sells, services and rents quality construction, mining and forestry equipment from Komatsu; compacting and paving equipment from Dynapac and Carlson; track crawler carriers from Terramac; and quality attachments from NPK, Hensley and JRB corporation.

Operating since 1955 with 14 branches extending throughout California and Arizona. Road Machinery LLC specializes in construction and mining equipment including world-class re-manufacturing facilities for diesel engines, transmissions, electrical rotating devices and hydraulic cylinders.

"Road Machinery is honored to open our new branch in Kern County near Bakersfield, a premier mining support location in California," said Brooks. "We look forward to becoming a permanent member of the local Mojave community and building our reputation for excellence among local business owners in the city and surrounding area."

Road Machinery is currently hiring mechanics with heavy equipment experience. For more information, visit roadmachinery.com/careers to apply.

The new branch will be located at 1265 Business Hwy 58, Mojave, Calif. 93501. Business hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

For more information, call 800/989-7121 or visit roadmachinery.com.




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