Atlas Copco Adds Two East Coast Road Construction Dealers

Atlas Copco Adds Two East Coast Road Construction Dealers

Atlas Copco welcomes two dealers – Best Line Equipment and Asphalt Paving Equipment & Supplies Inc. – to its growing network. The dealers expand the availability of Atlas Copco’s pneumatic tools as well as its complete line of road construction equipment.

Best Line Equipment has 12 locations in Pennsylvania and serves portions of six surrounding states, including Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia. It will rent, sell and service Atlas Copco’s complete line of Dynapac compaction and asphalt products, from 32- to 84-inch wide rollers to 10-foot highway class pavers.

“We chose Atlas Copco as an equipment supplier because its Dynapac equipment is world renowned and because of its renewed focus on North American products,” said Adam Houseknecht, Best Line Equipment manager of operations, marketing and business development.

In January 2015, Atlas Copco reintroduced its road construction equipment line, including upgrading features to maximize productivity through enhanced operator visibility and ergonomic designs.

“We’re seeing increasing market demand for road construction equipment due to recently passed spending bills,” Houseknecht said.

Best Line also stocks replacement parts to support customers.

Asphalt Paving Equipment & Supply rents, sells, and services Atlas Copco’s light and heavy compaction equipment, asphalt pavers, air compressors and pneumatic handheld tools from its two Delaware locations – its main store in Wilmington and newest location in Harbeson.

“Our centers offer everything from mixes and additives to rollers and pavers,” said Andy Pennington, Asphalt Paving founder and sales manager. “Delaware has a massive amount of construction projects and we’re helping supply contractors what they need, from shovels to pavers.”

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