Stafford Expand Moxy Coverage Into Carolinas, Virginia

Thu May 22, 2008 - Southeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Stafford has extended its product offering in the Carolinas and Virginia to include Moxy articulated off highway trucks.

Stafford’s Charlotte, N.C.; Raleigh, N.C.; West Columbia, S.C.; Ashland, Va.; and Roanoke, Va., locations will now rent, sell and support Moxy articulated off highway trucks.

Stafford’s Senior Vice President and Sales Manager Kevin Belflower said Stafford has been successful in representing the Moxy line in Georgia.

“Our customers in Georgia have come to depend on Moxy trucks when they have had to go up against rough terrain on their job sites. We’re very pleased to be rolling our coverage out to the Carolinas and Virginia,” he said.

Ron Scott Sr., senior vice president and general manager of Stafford’s Virginia locations, is very excited about the addition.

“It seems as if Moxy trucks were designed specifically with Virginia’s challenging terrain in mind,” Scott said.

Jeff Wolfe, vice president of marketing, remarked, “The placement of Moxy’s turning ring, visibility from the cab and overall design and power of the machine gives us tremendous advantages.”

Kevin O’Donnell, national sales manager of Moxy Trucks of America believes that Stafford’s additional representation of the Moxy line will bring consistent quality of product support to customers across the four states that Stafford covers.

“Expanding Stafford’s representation to the Carolinas and Virginia makes great sense for both of our organizations and provides a winning combination for our customers in the region,” he said.

Stafford will take care of the parts and service needs of existing Moxy truck customers in the Carolinas and Virginia. Jeff Williams, vice president and general manager for Stafford’s Carolinas locations said, “We take great pride in servicing our customer long after the sale, with plenty of parts on the shelf and highly trained factory certified service technicians at each of our locations.”

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