Terex Names Kent Equipment New Compact Equipment Distributor

Terex Names Kent Equipment New Compact Equipment Distributor

Terex Corp. last week named Casnovia, Mich.-based Kent Equipment the distributor of its full line of Terex compact construction equipment in Michigan. The Terex line includes compact track loaders, compact excavators, compact wheel loaders, site dumpers, tractor loader backhoes, light towers, telehandlers, power buggies, compaction rollers and a tracked utility vehicle.

“We are excited to welcome Kent Equipment to our expanding network of Terex compact equipment distributors in North America,” said Del Carver, area director, North America Compact Equipment. “We see great opportunity for Kent Equipment to introduce customers in Michigan to the Terex compact equipment product line.”

Kent Equipment was established in 1999 as an agricultural dealership, and in 2001, it expanded its offerings to include construction equipment sales and rental. Today, Kent Equipment is a full-service facility, including sales, service, parts, rentals and 24-hour road service on all makes and models of equipment.

“We have been a Terex distributor since 2002, recently taking on the dedicated compact equipment line,” said Todd DeWindt of Kent Equipment. “Terex’s international presence, strong brand recognition and large product line allows us to offer our customers quality products at competitive prices.”

Kent Equipment also offers financing options for its Terex compact equipment line through Terex Financial Services. For more information about Kent Equipment, visit

Terex Corp. is a diversified global manufacturer with 2008 net sales of $9.9 billion. Terex operates in four business segments: Terex Aerial Work Platforms, Terex Construction, Terex Cranes, and Terex Materials Processing & Mining.

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