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Wilson Purchases Assets of Bale Equipment Solutions

Last year was a milestone for Wilson Equipment as it celebrated its 125th year in business.

Fri January 30, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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Wilson Equipment Company has purchased the assets of Bale Equipment Solutions and has expanded its footprint to move into Louisville, Elizabethtown and southern Indiana serving customers in 35 counties.

The company is the authorized full line dealer of Case Construction Equipment and is operating out of the former Bale Equipment locations in Louisville at 2050 Watterson Trail and Elizabethtown at 128 East Nalls Road.

Last year was a milestone for Wilson Equipment as it celebrated its 125th year in business.

“We’ve been taking care of customers since 1889 and a Case dealer since the early 1960s,” said Jay Rodes, president of Wilson Equipment. “My brothers and I are 4th generation owners. Service and product support has always been at the core of our company’s philosophy in how best to serve our customers. This expansion will help position us to deliver more value to customers.”

Wilson Equipment Company sells, rents and supports a full line of construction and industrial equipment including excavators, loader backhoes, compact track loaders, skid steer loaders, compact excavators, vibratory compaction, wheel loaders, crawler dozers, rough terrain forklifts, motorgraders, hydraulic breakers, trailers, light towers, aerial equipment, concrete equipment, light tools and water pumps. Wilson has five locations to support customers in the Lexington, Louisville, Corbin, Prestonsburg and Elizabethtown areas.

For more information, call 859/254-6443 or visit

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