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CLARK appoints Alarcon as dealer

Wednesday, 7 Aug 2019 ( #935 ) - Lexington, KY, United States
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CLARK Material Handling Company has appointed Alarcon Carry & Lift Corporation as an authorised distributor of CLARK products in the Imperial County market.

"We welcome the Alarcon team to the CLARK family of authorised distributors," says Scott Johnson, CLARK’s vice president of sales and marketing. "Our field team and our teams based out of Lexington will be focused on getting our new partners fully trained on CLARK, including new equipment sales, service and aftermarket parts support.

"We continue to invest in strong dealers and Alarcon represents a great step for our brand," commented Johnson.

Alarcon Carry & Lift’s dealer principal Alvaro David Alarcon says CLARK’s century of dedication to innovation and quality complements his company’s passion to efficiently serve clients with integrity and compassion.

"We are looking forward to working together with CLARK to provide the best possible solutions for our clients," he adds.

Alarcon Carry & Lift Corporation will support its CLARK new equipment, aftermarket parts, and service efforts out of its facility located in Calexico, California.
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