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Takeuchi expands partnership with H&E Equipment Services

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The growth will occur in Louisiana and Arkansas.

| April 2, 2013

Atlanta, GA: Takeuchi-US has expanded their existing partnership with H&E Equipment Services in several locations throughout the Southwest Region. H&E Equipment Services locations in Louisiana – Alexandria, Baton Rouge, Kenner, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Shreveport – and Little Rock, Arkansas have been appointed authorized dealer locations to now represent and support the Takeuchi compact construction equipment line.

Established in 1961, H&E Equipment Services a national supplier of equipment for construction, earthmoving, compaction, paving and material handling. Specializing in both sales and rental, H&E Equipment Services also offers extensive repair and maintenance programs for its equipment.

“We are very excited to expand on our existing relationship with H&E Equipment Services as a strategic partner in the Southwest,” said John Vranches, national sales manager, Takeuchi-US. “We feel this closer alignment will best serve both companies as well as existing and future Takeuchi customers throughout Louisiana and Arkansas.”

Visit takeuchi-us.com or he-equipment.com for more information.
 

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