W. I. Clark Relocates Parts Center From Brookfield to Danbury

Thu February 09, 2017 - Northeast Edition
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The W.I. Clark Company has moved its western Connecticut parts center from Brookfield to Danbury.
The W.I. Clark Company has moved its western Connecticut parts center from Brookfield to Danbury.

The W.I. Clark Company has moved its western Connecticut parts center from Brookfield to Danbury. It is located conveniently off exit 8 off Interstate 84 at 17 Eagle Rd. (visit wiclark.com for a map and other information).

An expansive showroom and a larger parts warehouse will provide customers with increased support for the products W.I. Clark represents. These include John Deere, Hitachi, LeeBoy and others.

“We realize having a location in western part of the state has been important to our customers ever since we opened ours in 1995”, said Doug Hansen, president of W.I. Clark. “We believe it sets us apart from some of our competitors. Our new Danbury location will continue to provide the parts service our customers expect from us.”

In addition to having access to parts for all the lines W.I. Clark sells, the Danbury location offers hydraulic hose fabrication.

W.I. Clark has been in business since 1925. Headquartered in Wallingford, the company also operates a full service store in Plainfield. These three locations in Connecticut allow the company to service the entire state of Connecticut for John Deere Construction and Forestry Equipment, Hitachi, LeeBoy. It also represents Wirtgen in all counties except Fairfield.




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