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Wastequip Expands Dealer Network for Galbreath, Pioneer

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Carolina Environmental Systems and TransPro Equipment Sales to cover Georgia.

Recycling Today Staff September 24, 2013
The Charlotte-based equipment company Wastequip has expanded its dealer network for Galbreath hoists and Pioneer tarping systems, naming Carolina Environmental Systems (CES) and TransPro Equipment as dealers for Georgia. 

CES will service north Georgia, expanding its current coverage area of North Carolina and South Carolina for Galbreath and Pioneer. CES sells both new and pre-owned equipment for the solid waste and recycling industry including hoists; front-, rear- and side-loading refuse trucks; knuckle boom loaders; tarping systems; refuse containers; parts, service and more. CES also handles body rebuilds, mounting and repairs at its locations in Kernersville, N.C., and Greenville, S.C.  

TransPro Equipment Sales has been named the exclusive Galbreath dealer for southern Georgia. TransPro has primarily been focused on truck sales since opening in 1959, but is expanding its operations. TransPro will sell new and pre-owned equipment for the solid waste and recycling industry including hoists; front-, rear- and side-loading refuse trucks; knuckle boom loaders; tarping systems; bins and parts. The company’s primary business will include renting and leasing refuse vehicles.  

“TransPro Equipment is excited to become part of the Galbreath dealer network, and we look forward to expanding Galbreath’s presence in the Southeast,” says Ed Birkett, president of TransPro.  

“Galbreath is expanding and strengthening its North American dealer network to better serve our customers,” says Shawn King, Wastequip’s mobile division president. “CES was a natural choice to expand into Georgia because of their commitment to quality service, a knowledgeable sales force and extensive industry experience. We’re also excited to welcome TransPro Equipment Sales to our dealer network.”

 
 

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