Yancey Bros. Co. to Sell Full Line of Thunder Creek Equipment Construction Products

Tue February 27, 2018 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Yancey Bros. Co. and Thunder Creek Equipment have reached an agreement that will make the heavy equipment dealer an official provider of Thunder Creek's products throughout Georgia. Yancey Bros. Co. will sell and service the full line of Thunder Creek fuel, diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) and service products, including its line of multi-tank trailers (MTT) and service and lube trailers (SLT).

Operating since 1914, Yancey Bros. Co. is the nation's oldest Caterpillar dealer and has provided customers with the highest quality products in the industry. Over the years, Yancey Bros. Co. has grown to more than 20 locations throughout Georgia. With a customer-focused mindset, Yancey Bros. Co. serves customers in the construction, roadbuilding, mining, aggregates and agricultural communities.

“We are excited to partner with Yancey Brothers Construction,” said Jim Hogan, general manager, Thunder Creek Equipment. “Not only has Yancey been servicing customers for over a decade, but with multiple locations, there's no doubt that Thunder Creek Equipment will be able to provide every contractor in Georgia with the most innovative ways of managing on-site fuel supply and maintenance.”

“Thunder Creek will make it easier for contractors to manage all of their fluids and maintenance activities seamlessly,” said Chris Burns, vice president of machine sales, Yancey Bros. Co. “With the ability to haul bulk diesel without a HAZMAT endorsement, this partnership will only reinforce Yancey's goal to provide first-class quality service, parts and products to all of our customers.”

For more information about Thunder Creek Equipment, visit ThunderCreek.com.

For more information about Yancey Bros. Co. and its locations throughout Georgia, visit YanceyBros.com.

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