San Jose opening for H&E Equipment

By Steve Ducker01 September 2015

USA-based rental company H&E Equipment Services (H&E) has announced the opening of a branch in San Jose, California, joining seven other full-service operations in the state and 72 stores nationwide.

The branch specialises in aerial lifts, telescopic forklifts, earthmoving and general construction equipment from manufacturers including Atlas Copco, Gehl, Genie, JLG, Multiquip, Okada, Skyjack, Skytrak, Takeuchi, Wacker Neuson and Yanmar.

Located in South 10th Street, it will provide full-service coverage to customers throughout the Bay Area. The facility sits on three acres with a full yard area, offices, parts warehouse and a four-bay repair shop. The facility is capable of repairing a variety of general industrial and construction equipment.

“As we continue to expand our presence in the San Francisco and Sacramento areas, we are reinforcing the value of our full-service model by providing a better choice for customers within this thriving metropolitan area,” said Jim Kaczmarek, H&E San Jose branch manager.

“Opening a new branch in San Jose will make it more convenient for customers in Santa Clara, San Mateo, Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito counties to benefit from all we offer, including rentals, sales, parts and service.

“Our factory-trained technicians and product support professionals will be in the area on a daily basis, providing a high level of equipment service those customers can depend on,”

In addition to equipment rentals, the facility provides new and used equipment sales, in-shop and mobile service, a comprehensive parts inventory, training and other value-added services.

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