Terex Adds Tracey Road Equipment as Full Line Compact Equipment Distributor

Tracey Road Equipment now offers the full line of Terex compact construction equipment out of its five branch locations in Albany, Binghamton, East Syracuse, Rochester and Watertown, N.Y. Serving construction professionals in the Capital District, Central and Western New York markets, Tracey Road Equipment offers customers a complete range of machinery sales and rental equipment, as well as full service, parts and warranty capabilities.

“We are pleased to welcome Tracey Road Equipment as our newest Terex compact equipment distributor in New York,” said Dean Barley, vice president and general manager, Terex Construction Americas and Global Aftermarket. “Tracey Road Equipment takes pride in the reputation they have built over the years as being one of the leading heavy-duty truck and construction equipment distributorships in New York. In addition to now carrying the Terex compact construction equipment line, they also carry Terex articulated and rigid trucks, as well as Terex environmental equipment.”

East Syracuse, N.Y.-based Tracey Road Equipment is a family-owned business, founded in 1976 by president and CEO, Jerry Tracey. His wife, Deborah, serves as the company’s vice president and their two daughters, Jennifer Tracey Bartlett and Christine Tracey Julka, work within the company as human resources director and marketing director, respectively.

“We were very attracted to the complete line of equipment that Terex offered, including its skid-steer loaders, compact track loaders, backhoe loaders, compact wheel loaders and compact excavators,” said Jerry Tracey. “These are the products our customers want and need. The addition of these product lines helps make Tracey Road Equipment a single source provider of quality construction equipment.”

For more information about Tracey Road Equipment, visit www.traceyroad.com.

Terex Corp. is a diversified global manufacturer of a broad range of equipment for many applications in the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility and manufacturing industries.

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