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Terex Names Gibson Machinery Full-Line Compact Equipment Distributor

Gibson Machinery LLC now distributes the full line of Terex compact construction equipment to customers in Ohio, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The Terex compact equipment line is made up of more than 45 unique product models, including skid-steer loaders, compact track loaders, wheel loaders, compact excavators and loader backhoes.

“We are pleased to welcome Gibson Machinery as a new Terex compact equipment distributor,” said Dean Barley, general manager, Terex Construction Americas. “They have sold and serviced some models of Terex compact equipment line in the past, and we are excited to officially add them as a full-line distributor. The Terex line gives Gibson Machinery customers more equipment options to meet their specific jobsite needs from one supplier.”

Gibson Machinery was founded in April 2003 by Lee and Larysa Gibson. Today, the company has two locations serving customers — its corporate office in Oakwood Village, a suburb of Cleveland, as well as a satellite office in the Pittsburgh suburb of Oakdale, Pa. The company provides full sales and service offerings, including new and used equipment sales, product support, rental and service technicians.

“The demand for smaller equipment is huge, and continues to grow, in our territory,” said Gibson. “As new projects are started in our area, particularly in the oil and gas markets, it is important for us to have the right equipment options available. With Terex’s long history and good reputation for quality equipment in the construction market, the compact line is the right fit for our business as we look for more opportunities to meet customers’ equipment needs.”

Terex Corp. manufactures equipment for many applications in the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility and manufacturing industries.

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