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Sakai America Announces New La., Texas Dealer

Heavy Machines Inc will add its four decades of experience to the Sakai family of dealers.

Thu June 27, 2013 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Sakai America, makers of asphalt and soil rollers, recently announced the appointment of Heavy Machine Inc. as the authorized dealer of Sakai rollers for the general market area of Louisiana and eastern Texas. This appointment is effective immediately.
Sakai America, makers of asphalt and soil rollers, recently announced the appointment of Heavy Machine Inc. as the authorized dealer of Sakai rollers for the general market area of Louisiana and eastern Texas. This appointment is effective immediately.

Sakai America, makers of asphalt and soil rollers, has recently announced the appointment of Heavy Machines Inc. as the authorized dealer of Sakai rollers for the general market area of Louisiana and eastern Texas. This appointment is effective immediately.

For more than 40 years Heavy Machines Inc. has provided technical product service and parts support and is recognized by customers for experienced product support for large track excavators and wheel loaders. They are a full service heavy equipment dealer offering rentals, parts, service and sales to a wide range of businesses — commercial and residential construction, excavating, infrastructure and utilities, mining, recycling and scrap handling, demolition and support of the general contractor industry.

The company’s record in the equipment industry combined with the advantage of offering quality equipment makes the sales staff at Heavy Machines Inc. qualified to meet all ranges of equipment needs, according to Heavy Machines.

For more information, visit http://www.heavymachinesinc.com.




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