Posted February 10, 2022

Mecalac adds seven dealers

Mecalac welcomes  new dealers  in Virginia, New York, Tennessee, Idaho, Kentucky and Colorado in the U.S. as well as British Columbia in Canada.

“Mecalac is fully committed to expanding its presence in the market by continuing to add dealers who share our philosophy and give customers practical resources to help improve productivity,” says Peter Bigwood, general manager for Mecalac North America. “Expansion in these regions also allows us to grow awareness of Mecalac’s innovative designs and better serve our existing customer base.” 

Mecalac seeks to partner with dealers who share a passion for finding new solutions to common jobsite challenges, and by going the extra mile to service their customers. 

Here are the new dealers that have joined the Mecalac network throughout 2021. 

McClung-Logan Equipment Company: Located in Fredericksburg, Virginia, it services the Mid-Atlantic region including Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. 

ESSCO Truck & Equipment: Located in Staten Island, it serves the five boroughs of New York City.

Kubota of Chattanooga: It serves several counties surrounding Chattanooga, Tennessee. 

Q Dig-It: Located in Rathdrum, Idaho it services Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho and Western Montana. 

Wilson Equipment: Located in Lexington, Kentucky, it serves areas across the state.

Global Machinery: Based in Denver, it has expanded its dealership to Southern Idaho to support contractors in the Northern Rocky Mountain and Northwestern regions of the U.S. They also serve the Northwest Coast region with their location in Sacramento, California. 

Gear Equipment: Gear Equipment, originating out of Ontario, has opened a new location in the province of British Columbia.

Mecalac continues to support dealers with the tools they need to provide outstanding service to customers who are searching for efficient solutions. Many of the dealers feature Mecalac’s complete line of advanced machines — the MCR Series of crawler skid excavators, the MWR Series of wheeled excavators, AS Series swing loaders and dedicated rail-road excavators.