DOOSAN INFRACORE PORTABLE POWER ANNOUNCES NEW DEALER: AIR COMPRESSOR SALES
Better Roads Staff | January 25, 2010
STATESVILLE, N.C. — Doosan Infracore Portable Power has appointed Air Compressor Sales of Macon, Ga., as an authorized dealer of its Ingersoll Rand-branded line of portable air compressors, mobile generators, light compaction equipment and lighting systems for central Georgia.
Air Compressor Sales has been a full-service dealer of quality compressed air solutions for the commercial, industrial and construction segments for 45 years. The company provides new sales, rental, parts and service of both portable and stationary air compressors, from small reciprocating air compressors to large industrial compressors. With the addition of the entire portfolio from Doosan Infracore Portable Power, Air Compressor Sales now offers the full line of Ingersoll Rand-branded portable air compressors from 90 cfm to 1,600 cfm, the entire line of mobile generators from 25 kVa to 570 kVa, as well as light towers, rammers, walk-behind plate compactors and rollers.
“Air Compressor Sales offers compressors up to 20,000 cfm, and adding the Ingersoll Rand brand fits together nicely into our line,” said Greg Parker, sales manager for Air Compressor Sales. “We have been looking for more products that we can provide to our current customers, and we are pleased to be able to offer all products from Doosan Infracore Portable Power.”
“Our legacy in compressed air solutions matches that of Air Compressor Sales,” said Rita Moore, director of sales, North America, for Doosan Infracore Portable Power. “They are seen as experts as are we, which makes this partnership a great fit.”
For more information, please visit www.doosanportablepower.com.
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