Terex relocated its Seattle service center to nearby Kent. 
 -  Photo courtesy of Terex

Terex relocated its Seattle service center to nearby Kent.

Photo courtesy of Terex

The Terex Service Center in Seattle, Wash., has relocated 15 miles southeast to the City of Kent. The new location offers upgraded service and inspection capabilities and supports a broader market of equipment owners, within driving distance from The new center offers easy access to Seattle and Tacoma fleets. 

“The new facility is part of a broader strategic plan to invest in expanding service solutions for our customers. Moving to upgraded facilities enables us to fully leverage engineering, new product development, and life cycle solutions to help equipment owners maximize fleet uptime—whether that fleet includes Terex electric utility aerials, digger derricks and auger drills, or Terex boom truck cranes, or Genie telehandlers, scissor and boom lifts,” said Nick Cammisa, director of service sales.

The Kent location includes a 2,000-sq.-ft. wash bay, concrete tilt up construction, and 26 ft. ceiling height.

The relocation to Kent, Wash., follows the opening of a new Terex Service Center in Lancaster, Pa. Additional new or updated facilities are planned for other markets through 2022. Terex employs qualified factory trained technicians who receive on-going training to ensure they are staying current on new technologies and ever-changing equipment.

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