T-Quip Hires Cypret New General Manager of Operations

Fri September 01, 2017 - Northeast Edition #18
Construction Equipment Guide


Craig Cypret
Craig Cypret

T-Quip has appointed Craig Cypret as the general manager of operations. Cypret has extensive background with managerial experience and shares a common vision for the company's goals and expectations.

T-Quip Sales & Rentals Inc. is a family owned business and has been a leader in the heavy equipment sales and rental industry since 1995. It is headquartered in Londonderry, N.H., with two additional locations in West Warwick, R.I., Orlando, Fla. and a new location opening in Houston, TX.

With a 24/7 support team, T-Quip strives to provide its customers with the service they need, exactly when they need it. The company prides itself on having a knowledgeable and reliable team of employees whom are trained to assist the customers with choosing the right machine for the application, and have a phenomenal fleet of work trucks and maintenance team, to provide around-the-clock-support to minimize a customer's downtime and maximize their uptime.

T-Quip Sales & Rentals Inc. is one of the largest used heavy construction equipment dealers in the country. Its inventory includes Komatsu, Caterpillar, John Deere, Terex, Hitachi, Linkbelt, Takeuchi, Dynapac, Bobcat and many more and consists of rock trucks, excavators, dozers, rollers and skid steers. They have over 1,000 machines and attachments in stock, year-round.

T-Quip's primary customer base consists of builders, general contractors, excavating companies, landscapers, site development companies, local town and municipalities, road and highway construction, forestry and land clearing companies.

For more information, call Cypret at 603/623-3669 or visit www.tquip.com.




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