HERC opens used equipment store

21 November 2014

Hertz Equipment Rental Corp. (HERC) has opened a used equipment store in Orlando. The store will have a number of various types of equipment for sale, include aerial, earth moving, material handling, compaction, power generation, trucks and more. The equipment can also be viewed online through Hertz's website.

"We are enhancing our used equipment processes and offering for retail buyers, one of our primary used equipment sales channels," said Robert Cowing, division vice president sales, North America, HERC. "The new HERC Equipment Sales location offers customers a wide range of meticulously inspected equipment at very attractive prices, and all items are immediately available to put to work."

"All equipment has been purchased direct from industry-leading manufacturers and maintained by Hertz Equipment Rental professionals at or above manufacturer standards," Cowing continued. "We chose to open our flagship used equipment store in Orlando as it is a large metro area where we already have a significant presence. In addition, Florida is a growth market for us, with the economy here steadily improving."

The HERC used equipment showcased at the Orlando location is for sale only and certified as ready to use immediately. On-site financing from HERC is available, with extended warranties expected early in 2015.

The new HERC Equipment Sales facility is located at: 10655 Central Port Drive, Orlando, FL 32824. The telephone number is (407) 888-2626.

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