Terex opened a new 35,000-sq.-ft. service center in Lancaster, Pa., closer to a greater percentage of Terex customers and employees than the company’s previous location in Thomasville.
“This is an exciting move as it brings us closer to our customers, closer to our team members, and gives us access to a greater pool of new technician talent to support our growth,” said Mike Charles, regional operations manager.
The new service center is the first in a series of new or updated facilities planned through 2022.
“As a strategic business partner with our customers, our relationship with owners and fleet managers is only just beginning when they purchase Terex equipment,” said Richard Gunderman, Director of Terex Services. “This investment is part of our Lifecycle Solutions program —from parts to custom tailored maintenance and repair solutions— and enables us to deliver services that help our customers get the most from their equipment.”
Currently, Terex has locations and field service technicians nationwide that provide service support for the Terex electric utility aerials, digger derricks and suger drilled, Terex boom truck cranes, and Genie telehandlers and scissor and boom lifts.