H&E relocates Georgetown depot to Temple

By Thomas Allen12 June 2020

US-based H&E Equipment Services has relocated its Georgetown branch to a new facility in Temple, Texas, in a move that was said to demonstrate the company’s commitment to the Central Texas region.

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H&E Equipment Services’ new facility in Temple, Texas, US

H&E Regional Vice President Shaun Bergeson said, “Our new Temple facility is more strategically located to serve contractors.”

He added, “This allows us to react more quickly and provide faster response time to Temple, Belton, Killeen, Waco, and the surrounding areas.”

The new 1,800m2 facility in Temple sits on a 2.4ha site with a fully fenced yard, offices, parts warehouse and a six-bay workshop.

The service department is capable of handling repairs for a variety of general, industrial, construction, and earthmoving equipment.

The depot specialises in earthmoving equipment, aerial lifts, telescopic forklifts and general construction machinery from a range of manufacturers, including Atlas Copco, Doosan, Genie, JCB, Skyjack, Wacker Neuson and Yanmar.

In addition to a large equipment rental fleet, the facility provides expanded new and used equipment sales, parts availability within 24 hours for most items, in-shop and mobile service repairs and training, among other services.

H&E recently also opened a new depot in the state of California, in Sun Valley.

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