Liebherr adds western dealer

By |  April 26, 2016
Power Equipment Co.'s Utah and Wyoming locations will now sell Liebherr's full line of earthmoving equipment. Photo courtesy of Liebherr.

Power Equipment Co.’s Utah and Wyoming locations will now sell Liebherr’s full line of earthmoving equipment. Photo courtesy of Liebherr.

Liebherr entered a distribution agreement with Power Equipment Co. in Utah and Wyoming to provide sales, rentals, parts and service support for its full line of earthmoving equipment, including excavators, dozers, material handling machines, and wheeled and crawler loaders.

According to the company, after opening a western spare parts depot in California, it has been steadily growing and strengthening its distribution presence the western region of the United States. The new partnership with Power Equipment Co. will help address changes in customer demand and improve overall efficiency of Liebherr’s support and distribution channel, the company adds.

“We are excited about the opportunity to work with Power Equipment Co. in Utah and Wyoming,” says Peter Mayr, president of the Liebherr construction division. “The new partnership will allow us to meet the needs of our customers in these areas in addition to providing a professional approach and excellent customer service.”

Representatives at Power Equipment Co. also look forward to working with Liebherr.

“We are very excited to add the Liebherr earthmoving line to our product offerings in Utah,” says Rob Kuehn, operations manager for Power Equipment Co.’s West Jordan, Utah, branch. “Liebherr has a reputation as being a leading manufacturer of high-quality equipment, which makes it a great fit for us.”

Power Equipment Co., founded in 1936, has been serving the heavy construction, mining and aggregate industries across the Rocky Mountain region for 80 years.

Established in 1949, the Liebherr Group is a manufacturer of earthmoving equipment and a supplier of user-oriented products and services in many other fields. The company employs more than 40,000 people in 50 countries on every continent.

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