Vantage Equipment, a full-service construction equipment dealer with headquarters in Syracuse, NY, has opened a new facility in Batavia to service the construction industry in Western New York State.
The new 14,400-sq.-ft. facility is located at 4554 West Saile Dr. in Batavia and offers sales, rentals, parts and service for a wide range of equipment including Volvo Construction Equipment.
“We are looking forward to serving all of our Western New York customers from our great new facility in Batavia,” said John Hession, president. “The combination of easy access to our facility from the NYS Thruway and the most up-to-date service shop will benefit everyone, but especially our customers.”
With additional sales and service centers in Syracuse and Latham, NY, Vantage Equipment serves the equipment needs of contractors, municipalities and other industries across the state. As a Volvo Construction Equipment dealer, Vantage provides complete sales, service, parts and rentals for Volvo excavators, wheel loaders, backhoes, artic haulers, graders and skid steers. The company also offers a variety of other manufacturers’ products including dirt and asphalt compactors, wheeled pavers/planers, trailers and attachments.
Located on a 4-acre site, the Batavia office and its fully equipped service facility is operated by a staff of trained and experienced service personnel, including technicians certified to Volvo’s Master Guild Program. In addition, to a modern fleet of construction equipment, the facility carries a large inventory of genuine OEM parts and components.
John Hession noted that Batavia’s designation by Site Selection Magazine as the third fastest growing “micropolitan” community in the nation, and the first in the Northeast, was a significant factor in the company’s decision to locate there.
“As one of the few dealerships that are locally owned and operated in Upstate New York, Vantage Equipment recognized Genessee County’s economic development strength as a key to our own success,” he concluded.
For more information, call 585/344-1931.
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