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News » US » Seattle dealer joins JCB network » published 14 Mar 2018

Seattle dealer joins JCB network

Seattle-based Pacific JCB has joined JCB’s North American dealer network.

The company will sell, rent and service JCB construction machines from its facilities in Seattle and Portland, Oregon.

Pacific JCB will encompass the Seattle and Portland operations of Forklift Services of America, which has sold and serviced heavy equipment since 1973. Pacific JCB will initially carry JCB backhoes, excavators, skid steers, compact track loaders, telescopic handlers, wheel loaders and rough terrain forklifts. Pacific JCB will also sell and service two new JCB machines – the Teleskid, the first skid steer with a telescopic boom, and the Hydradig wheeled excavator/tool carrier. Used equipment and rental fleet sales are also available. 

 “After 44 years in Seattle and nearly 20 years in Portland, we understand the needs of construction equipment buyers in the northwest,” said Pacific president  PJ Smith. “JCB machines will allow our customers to be more productive, more efficient and, ultimately, more successful. Exceeding customer expectations for service and reliability has always been our primary goal, and those are priorities and values shared by JCB.”

“The team at Pacific JCB team has earned a reputation for outstanding customer service over many decades, and is an ideal partner to help grow the JCB customer base on the west coast,” said JCB vice president - west coast, David Hill.  

 

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This article was published on 14 Mar 2018 (last updated on 14 Mar 2018).

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