TRM liked the Merlo P25.6’s compact foot print and its ability to work in tight spaces.
Garden State Engine & Equipment (GSE&E) delivered a MERLO P26.5 telescopic forklift to TRM Enterprises of Bridgehampton, N.Y. TRM chose the Merlo P25.6, for its price, its small compact foot print and its ability to work in tight spaces.
“The Merlo is an integral part of this operation” said Vincent Liot, owner of TRM Enterprises. “Working the Merlo in a confined space allows us to feed our stationary rotating machine with roofing materials and dispose of debris with ease of operation by leaving the large machine in place.
“The Merlo P25.6 is extremely maneuverable in tight spaces because of its small size; it is also very safe to operate giving the operator the confidence he needs to perform his duties.”
TRM Enterprises is a comprehensive company offering interconnected services to the construction industry. Its primary domain extends from its main office and shop in Bridgehampton, N.Y., to its satellite shop in New Hyde Park, just outside NYC. With both shops they can effectively service all of Long Island, NYC and the tri-state area.
“My experience with GSE&E sales and service department has been outstanding,” Liot said. “They understand that selling a machine is only the first step in a relationship. They know that unless it is supported by a competent service department, the relationship could not be sustained. GSE&E service department’s personnel is not only extremely qualified but also understand the value of keeping their client’s machine up and running.”
Backed up with 35 years of sales and service, GSE&E has made a commitment to provide the best service possible.
“We believe that a constant and never ending improvement is paramount to servicing our customers with our factory trained technicians. We also represent the top of the line material handling machinery available; along with the best parts and customer service we can possibly provide,” said Vince DeRienzo, regional sales manager of GSE&E.
For more information, visit www.trmenterprises.com or www.gseecrane.com.
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