JCB welcomes another North American dealer

By Lindsey Anderson26 January 2017

Equipment dealer Southwest Material Handling, Inc., headquartered in Mira Loma, CA, has added a new, JCB-dedicated location in Las Vegas. The new location, JCB of Las Vegas, will offer JCB’s backhoe loaders and telehandlers, rough terrain forklifts, large and compact excavators, skid steers and compact track loaders.

Founded in 1989, Southwest Material Handling, Inc. is a Toyota forklift dealer that provides solutions to warehouse and material handling equipment needs.

“Considering JCB’s dedication to the North American market and world-class product offering, it made perfect sense to partner with them,” said Kirt Little, president and CEO, JCB of Las Vegas. “The construction and landscape industries are continuing to grow in Las Vegas, so we’re particularly excited to offer JCB’s compact and mid-range machines. By combining JCB’s reliability and our outstanding service capabilities, we’re certain we’ll earn our customers’ confidence quickly.”

In addition to both new and used equipment sales and rental, JCB of Las Vegas includes a fully staffed parts and service department.

“Southwest Material Handling, Inc. is a great company, and we’re pleased to work with Kirt Little and his staff to open their new Las Vegas-based JCB facility,” said Christian Baillie, JCB’s vice president of construction equipment dealer sales. “The staff at the new JCB of Las Vegas is ready to get to work. We expect them to make a real impact on their area’s heavy equipment market, and we’re here to support them all the way.”

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