Welcome Aboard… R. W. Moore Joins NorAm Dealer Network in N.C.
Thu July 01, 2010 - Southeast Edition Construction Equipment Guide
R.W. Moore Equipment Company now represents the NorAm 65E compact motorgrader in eastern North Carolina. The long time John Deere dealer will sell, rent and support the 65E at its six locations from Raleigh east to the Atlantic coastal areas.
“NorAm is a well respected brand and we feel privileged to have the opportunity to represent them.” said Dan Moore, president. “R.W. Moore Equipment Company is committed to customer satisfaction and dedicated to providing top quality machinery to our customers. We have extended our product line to meet customer growth goals as well as our own.”
“We are excited to have R.W. Moore join our team,” said Eric Mueller, president of NorAm. “They have had a successful presence as a John Deere dealer in North Carolina for over 48 years and I am confident that our grader will fit nicely in helping Moore meet their growing customer needs.”
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