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Solesbee’s Begins Skid Steer Bucket Manufacturing

A second shift is added as the company ramps up its output.

Tue April 09, 2013 - National Edition
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Each Solesbee’s bucket is engineered with extra wear strips strategically placed to offer added durability when the ground is engaged.
Each Solesbee’s bucket is engineered with extra wear strips strategically placed to offer added durability when the ground is engaged.

Solesbee’s, a manufacturer of attachments for heavy and compact machinery, has begun skid steer bucket manufacturing at its Douglasville, Ga., plant. The addition of a second shift and more production personnel has enabled the company to expand into this category. As with all attachments manufactured by Solesbee’s, each skid steer bucket is engineered for a long life and heavy duty use, according to the manufacturer.

When asked by David Jenkins of Solesbee’s, all dealers, rental companies, contractors and end users said that “they want a bucket that will last.”

Each Solesbee’s bucket is engineered with extra wear strips strategically placed to offer added durability when the ground is engaged. Several bucket styles are available now for quick ship: long bottom, low profile, 4N1, snow, litter and rock. Available edges include: smooth, tooth or bolt on edge.

For more information, call 800/419-8090 or visit www.Solesbees.com.




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