Compact Equipment

OCT 2018

Compact Equipment is a magazine dedicated to equipment owners and operators of small, nimble, tool-carrying construction, landscape and ag equipment — such as skid steers, mini excavators, compact tractors, generators compressors and beyond.

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14 Compact Equipment OCTOBER 2018 JCB North America is expanded its U.S. dealer infra- structure with a direct purchase. The company recently announced that it had acquired the West Coast dealer JCB of Southern California (SoCal) from its current owner Yale/ Chase Equipment and Service Inc. JCB North America will assume responsibility for dealership operations, including the sales and support of JCB construction equipment, to customers throughout the greater Los Angeles area and neighboring counties. The business will continue to operate under the trading name, JCB of Southern California. "The Los Angeles to San Diego corridor, including Va- lencia on the north and San Bernardino to the east, is an important market for JCB in North America," said David Hill, vice president of JCB West Coast in the press release. To ensure a seamless transition and mitigate impact to JCB customers, several members of the existing Yale/Chase team will remain with JCB of SoCal under new JCB North Ameri- ca ownership. For more info, visit jcb.com. JOHN DEERE PARTNERS WITH WACKER NEUSON TO BRING MINI EXS TO ASIA As demand for John Deere construction equipment in- creases around the globe, the Moline-based manufacturer recently entered into a strategic supplier agreement with Wacker Neuson to initially provide compact excavators in China, Southeast Asia and Oceania. The models will range from 1.7 to 7.5 metric tons and are specifically designed and manufactured for customers in the growing Asia-Pa- cific marketplace. The objective of the partnership is long- term collaboration in key growth markets. While both companies are committed to long-term stra- tegic collaboration, said the press release, the agreement will run for five years and can be extended in five-year increments. The initial rollout of four compact excavator models will begin in early 2019 and will predominantly be sourced from the new Wacker Neuson factory in Pinghu, China. Service and support of these machines will be of- fered through the John Deere dealer network. For more info, visit either deere.com or wackerneuson.us. JCB NORTH AMERICA ACQUIRES WEST COAST DEALER, JCB OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CE News

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