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Road Machinery Opens Fifth California Branch

Fri February 24, 2012 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Road Machinery has opened a new location in Fremont, Calif., at 43801 Osgood Road.

As the Komatsu equipment dealer in California, Road Machinery now has five branches throughout the state, with the entire equipment line available at all locations. Customers may reach the new location by calling 510/659-1903

“We are excited about expanding our operations,” said Steve Branson, president and CEO of Road Machinery. “Our customers represent many types of businesses throughout the state, and it’s important that we provide quick turnaround on service and parts, since both are critical needs for our customers.”

Road Machinery offers both new and used equipment, rental equipment and parts and service for the full range of construction and mining equipment. Road Machinery serves a wide variety of customers, from private landscapers to large scale mining operations, with equipment to fit all their needs. Brands represented include Kleeman crushers, Terex Fuchs material handlers, Mega portable tanks, NPK hydraulic hammers and material processors, Magnum shears, and Komatsu forestry equipment. On- site service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by certified technicians.


Road Machinery

Founded in 1955, Road Machinery serves the construction, mining, energy, agriculture, forestry, industrial and government markets. There are now 16 locations in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Texas and Mexico.

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