Posted August 24, 2023

New Magni America dealer

Magni America recently announced that JESCO has joined its dealer network.

JESCO will now serve as a full-service dealer for Magni Telescopic Handlers in the following New York counties: Nassau, Orange, Rockland, Putnam, Suffolk, and Westchester. With locations in Deer Park and Beacon, New York, JESCO is strategically positioned to meet the growing demand for telehandlers and provide exceptional service to customers in the region.

JESCO will offer Magni's full line of telehandlers, including the innovative rotating telehandler (RTH), heavy lift (HTH), and safest-in-class fixed boom (TH) models, Magni sources report.

JESCO has undergone rigorous training in the application, sales, parts, and service of Magni's products, ensuring that customers will receive the highest level of expertise and support. With their extensive knowledge and experience, JESCO is well-equipped to introduce the remarkable benefits of Magni telehandlers to its customers.

“We are thrilled to welcome JESCO to our leading dealer network,” says Joe Lienwol, chief sales officer, Magni America. "Their reputation for delivering high-value construction equipment solutions aligns perfectly with our commitment to excellence. We are confident that their expertise, combined with Magni's cutting-edge telehandler technology, will provide customers in the region with unmatched performance, productivity, and safety."

Magni America takes pride in its dedication to providing the safest industry-leading telehandlers and outstanding customer service, sources report. With JESCO’s dealer commitment, Magni aims to expand its presence in the New York market, enabling more customers to access the innovative telehandler solutions that have earned the company a global reputation.

“JESCO is very proud to represent manufacturing leaders across the construction, road building, and underground segments with the Magni product line further strengthening our commitment to providing our customers world-class solutions,” says Jon Robustelli, president of JESCO, Inc.