Terex HyPower IM Telescopic Aerial Device 
 -  Photo courtesy of Terex

Terex HyPower IM Telescopic Aerial Device

Photo courtesy of Terex

Terex Utilities announced significant investments to increase production capacity and develop ongoing innovation and technology at the 2018 Electric Utility Fleet Manager’s Conference earlier this month. The company plans to expand its service footprint and capabilities with new service centers, upgrades to existing service centers, and more service technicians.

“Each of these investments will enable you to continue to look to us for solutions, leveraging our engineering, new product development, and lifecycle solutions to maximize your fleet uptime and availability; keeping crews and fleets out in the field,” said Clint Weber, general manager, Terex Utilities.

One of these new service centers is slated to open in Lancaster, Pa., on June 21. It will serve the Pennsylvania and New York region.

This announcement is part of a larger effort to improve service and offerings. In April, Terex Utilities announced a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Watertown, S.D., which will bring all operations under one roof to improve efficiency and increase production capability.

Related: Terex Utilities to Construct New Headquarters

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