Memphis-based distributor will sell Liebherr equipment in Maine and parts of Tennessee and Louisiana.<br />Liebherr Construction Equipment, based in Newport News, Virginia, has a new stocking-distribution agreement with Heavy Machines Inc. of Memphis, Tennessee, for the state of Maine, the Memphis, Tennessee, area and an expanded territory that ...
Liebherr Construction Equipment,
based in Newport News, Virginia, has a new stocking-distribution agreement with Heavy Machines Inc.
of Memphis, Tennessee, for the state of Maine, the Memphis, Tennessee, area and an expanded territory that includes Louisiana and the Shreveport, Louisiana trading area.
Heavy Machines, founded in 1971, supplies heavy-duty and special-purpose equipment for mining, log handling, scrap handling/recycling and material handling applications. The company’s product lines include new and used excavators, wheel loaders, shredders and grinders.
“Our focus is to add value to our customer’s businesses and to build long-term relationships through equipment sales, customer service and industrial services,” says Rich Wilson, CEO of Heavy Machines. “The new agreement with Liebherr will allow us to continue to focus on our diverse range of niche markets and continue to fulfill our customer needs for specialized equipment. We are looking forward to our mutual success and the continued growth of the Liebherr brand in both our existing and new territories.”
Heavy Machines has 166 employees, including 70 field service technicians, spread across seven stores covering 12 states. The company has a 33,000-square-foot rebuild facility and a 16,000-square-foot parts distribution center in Memphis; as well as shops and parts facilities at branch locations. Heavy Machines represents Liebherr in their Memphis; Skowhegan, Maine; and Shreveport and Sorrento, Louisiana, stores.
Liebherr Construction Equipment is a subsidiary of Liebherr-International AG, based in Bulle, Switzerland.