Doug Hansen (L), president of W.I Clark, and Michael Condron, Exodus Machines regional business manager, will be working together now that W.I. Clark is an Exodus Machines dealer.
The W.I. Clark Company is the new dealer of Exodus Machines in Connecticut and Rhode Island.
“Exodus Machines is a new manufacturer of purpose-built material handlers, which are designed and built in the USA,” said Doug Hansen, president of the W.I. Clark Company. “This company started from a clean sheet of paper and created the best product you could possibly make. They didn’t cut any corners.
“It’s real nice when you can take a clean sheet of paper and give people exactly what they want,” he added.
Michael Condron, regional business manager of Exodus Machines, said that Exodus Machines Inc. is looking for dealers who treat their customers right, which is exactly what they found in the W.I. Clark Company, he said.
“Someone could build the best thing in the world, but if you can’t provide customers with excellent service and unsurpassed support … it really doesn’t matter. Our focus is on supplying dealers and customers with extensive knowledge of the machines to expand sales and offer superior service and support,” Condron said.
About W.I. Clark Company
The W.I. Clark Company has been in business for more than 80 years and currently is the authorized dealer of John Deere Construction, Forestry and Worksite products; Hitachi; The Wirtgen Group (Hamm, Vogele, Wirtgen and Kleemann); Doosan Portable Power; Schwarze; Tramac; AGL; CEC; Eager Beaver and Fecon.
The company is headquartered in Wallingford, Conn., and has two additional locations in Brookfield, Conn., and Plainfield, Conn.
About Exodus Machines
Exodus Machines Inc., headquartered in Superior, Wisc, currently offers one model of machine: the MX 447 material handler. However, Condron said that Exodus Machines plans on presenting the new MX 457 material handler in July 2011, launching the new MX 437 material handler in early 2012 and introducing the new MX 427 material handler in the middle of 2012.
These machines differ based on weight class.
For more information, visit www.exodusmachinesinc.com and www.wiclark.com.