Company Wrench joins JCB network

By Lindsey Anderson22 October 2015

Company Wrench JCB, headquartered in Carroll, OH, will offer JCB’s full line of equipment in Columbia, SC; Raleigh, NC; and Charlotte, NC. The company’s equipment line will include backhoes, wheel loaders, telehandlers, compact excavators, skid steers and compact track loaders.

Company Wrench was established in 1999 as an over-the-road truck repair shop with 24-hour heavy wrecker and recovery services. Over the years, the business expanded to include heavy machinery and mechanics as well as attachments and rental services. Today, Company Wrench has more than 140 employees and 10 locations across the U.S. All dealership locations focus on construction, demolition, and scrap equipment, sales, rentals, parts and service.

“We are proud of how our company has evolved over the years, and we’re always looking for ways to continue expanding and improving to provide cutting edge solutions and customer service,” said Cam Gabbard, president of Company Wrench JCB. “Partnering with JCB will help us ensure that we are providing customers with the highest quality equipment available to meet their needs.”

Company Wrench has shop and field service technicians, full parts, sales and rental departments in all locations. They also in-house manufacture and fabricate at their headquarters. All locations also include field and shop service technicians and parts departments.

“Company Wrench is an exceptional company known for putting its customers first,” said Dallas Reeves, JCB North America’s vice president of sales. “We look forward to working with Company Wrench moving forward and helping them deliver the best products and service available.”

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