Magni expands in Midwest

Magni Telescopic Handlers has added Indiana-based Lonici Rental Group to its dealer network.

magni, magni telehandler, lonici rental group, rotating telehandlers From left to right: Tony Loniewski, Lonici Rental Group; Jay Jude, Magni America; Carole Loniewski and Ed Loniewski, Lonici Rental Group. (Photo: Magni)

Lonici Rental Group has more than 20 years of experience in rental and equipment sales. As a Magni dealer, Lonici Rental Group will now offer Magni’s rotating telehandler (RTH) lineup to customers in the Northwest Indiana and Southwest Michigan areas.

“We are excited to partner with Lonici Rental Group and bring Magni’s innovative telehandler technology to Northwest Indiana and Southwest Michigan,” said Joe Leinwol, chief sales officer, Magni America. “Lonici’s commitment to providing quality equipment and exceptional customer service aligns with Magni’s values, and we look forward to a successful partnership.”

Ed Loniewski, co-owner of Lonici Rental Group. added, “We are excited to offer Magni’s cutting-edge telehandlers to our customers. We strive to provide our customers with the best equipment solutions available, and we believe that Magni’s telehandlers will help us achieve that goal.”

Lonici Rental Group is fully trained in the application, sales, parts and service of Magni’s products. Lonici Rental Group’s inventory of equipment includes air compressors, backhoes, loaders, trailers, skid steers, excavators and more, 

“The newly formed partnership with Lonici will provide customers in Northwest Indiana an excellent opportunity to use Magni, the safest machines in the industry, and receive great customer service,” concluded Jay Jude, Magni’s Midwest regional sales manager.

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