Komatsu America Corp. and BOMAG Americas Inc. announced their recent partnership, which will pave the way for new road building, as well as new construction market opportunities. The new arrangement means that Komatsu’s six company owned dealerships, (Edward Ehrbar, Komatsu Equipment Company, Komatsu Northeast, Komatsu Southwest, Midlantic Machinery and Pine Bush Equipment,) are now selling BOMAG milling, paving, compaction, and reclaiming/stabilizing equipment as of this month, January 2019. The complimentary products of both companies will certainly further both of their already striking reputations, while making purchases easier and more convenient for customers.
The new dealers will serve BOMAG customers in the states of Connecticut- Fairfield County, Delaware, Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York- southern, Texas- El Paso market, Utah and Wyoming.
For customers of Ehrbar, Komatsu Equipment, Komatsu Northeast, Komatsu Southwest, Midlantic Machinery and Pine Bush Equipment, the collaboration with BOMAG creates access to new, used and rental equipment, along with an unparalleled commitment to spare parts, planned service maintenance and repairs.
“We are pleased to announce this new relationship and are proud to welcome Komatsu’s company-owned dealerships into the BOMAG network. With Komatsu, there is no doubt BOMAG has aligned itself with the preeminent leader in the construction sector. This collaboration will support our growth plans, enabling BOMAG to expand its position in the roadbuilding sector even more rapidly."
- Rob Mueckler, President of BOMAG Americas.
“To fulfill the growing customer demand for compaction, paving and milling applications, teaming up with BOMAG and their large breadth of products for roadbuilding is just good business,” said Tim Tripas, Vice President and General Manager, Construction Equipment, Komatsu America. “Our shared values and deep commitment to customer support, product innovation, technology and helping our customers thrive and grow, makes this an ideal fit,” Tripas said.