Terex Utilities opens third service center

By Euan Youdale19 October 2021

Terex Utilities has opened its third Terex Service Center in Texas. The brand-new location in Houston was built-to-suit, offering full-service repair facilities, as well as inspections, preventative maintenance, transfers and rebuilds.

Terex Service Center Terex Utilities’ Terex Service Center, in Houston, Texas

“Texas is the fastest growing, and one of the largest, markets in the U.S. Strategically locating this Terex Service Center along the Gulf Coast gives national and local customers convenient access to parts, service, and field technicians when and where they need them,” said Robert Morris, Regional Operations Manager for Terex Utilities.

The Houston location opened nine months after moving to a new facility in Burleson, Texas, outside of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The other Texas location is in San Antonio.

“Expanding our footprint of service centers in key markets enables Terex Utilities to strengthen our partnership with our customers by providing them parts and service, plus access to the latest technical training and technology—for Terex and Genie brands and other equipment,” said Morris. “A location in Atlanta, Ga., will follow later this year and we are evaluating other markets for 2022,” he added.

Mark Johnson, Branch Manager, has been named to lead the sales and service teams at the Houston location. He comes to Terex from a full-service material handling equipment dealer and rental company, where he was responsible for operations for six locations. He has 13 years of experience in the equipment industry.

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