Southeastern Equipment Co.Now Distributes Hyundai

Fri May 11, 2012 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Southeastern Equipment Company now offers Hyundai Construction Equipment at its locations in Ft. Wayne and Indianapolis, Ind. The equipment line includes mini excavators, crawler excavators, wheeled excavators and wheel loaders. Parts and service for all models also are available, and a diverse selection of equipment is on hand to rent.

“We are proud to be a distributor of Hyundai Construction Equipment,” said Charlie Patterson, president of Southeastern Equipment Company. “The company has received several industrial design awards for its equipment. They join our line-up of top quality brands.”

The Hyundai Construction Equipment line includes 18 excavator models, with operating weights ranging from 3,640 to 18,410 lb. (1,651 to 8,350 kg) for its mini excavators and from 24,690 to 181,460 lb. (11,199 to 82,309 kg) for its full size crawler excavators. In addition, 10 wheeled excavators are available with operating weights of 12,240 o 45,2000 lb. (5,552 to 20,502 kg)

Hyundai also offers six wheel loader models with operating weights ranging from 21,400 to 66,100 lb. (10,931 to 29,982 kg), and a bucket capacity range of 2.0 to 6.5 yds. (1.5 to 4.9 cu m)

About Southeastern

Equipment Company

Southeastern Equipment has been selling, servicing and renting heavy machinery since 1957. The company has eighteen locations throughout Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Indiana. Manufacturers represented by Southeastern Equipment include: Case Construction, Kobelco, New Holland Construction, Hyundai Construction, Bomag, Gradall, Etnyre, Vacall, Terex, Terex Roadbuilding, Champion, Schwarze, Eagle Crusher, Alamo Industrial, Eager Beaver Trailers, Superior Broom, Massey Ferguson, Midland Machinery, Badger Equipment Company, DuraPatcher, Case IH, Fecon, Genie, Skytrak, JLG, Sullair, and a wide variety of companies that manufacture heavy equipment attachments.

For more information, visit their website at

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