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Terex Welcomes Greater Boston as New Distributor

Fri April 24, 2009 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Greater Boston dba Equipment 4 Rent, a sales, rental and service organization serving eastern Massachusetts and its offshore islands, now distributes Terex heavy construction equipment to the greater Boston area. The Terex heavy construction equipment line includes articulated trucks, large wheel loaders, large crawler excavators and tractor loader backhoes.

“Greater Boston’s owner and president, Jon D’Allessandro, is a well-respected businessman, with more than 25 years of experience in the Boston construction community,” said Greg Gustafson, Terex regional sales manager. “Jon and his sales team bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise, offering a customer-oriented approach to construction contractors in the Northeast. We’re pleased to welcome Greater Boston into the Terex family.”

Greater Boston offers rental, purchasing or leasing options on all of its equipment lines to meet customers’ needs. This new Terex distributor also runs a full-service center to work with customers on their preventive maintenance and repair tasks.

“We are a customer-centered business, guaranteeing quality products and outstanding service from our entire Greater Boston team,” said D’Allessandro. “We truly believe that Greater Boston and Terex heavy construction equipment will be a winning combination for our customers. We are excited to build a relationship with such a respected manufacturer.”

Greater Boston operates in two locations: 2 H St., PO Box 237, South Boston, Mass. 02127. Telephone: 617/464-2200; and 370 W. Main St., PO Box 572, West Bridgewater, Mass. 02379. Telephone: 508/583-5577.

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