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AmeraMex racks up orders

Wednesday, 28 Aug 2019 ( #938 ) - Chico, CA, United States
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Orders have included Taylor container handles
AmeraMex International has announced orders totalling USD780,000. The equipment is expected to ship by the middle of September.

The provider of heavy equipment says the orders include a Taylor Equipment forklift shipping to a customer in Utah, a Taylor Equipment loaded container handler shipping to a customer in Southern California, a Taylor Equipment forklift shipping to Southern California, an ASV Track Loader shipping to a contractor in Paradise, California and a second ASV shipping to an equipment rental company.

Over the past 40 years, AmeraMex has grown from a used forklift dealership in Northern California to  operating a multi-million dollar fleet of heavy equipment for sale, lease or rent to companies in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Asia and Africa.
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