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(L-R): Scott Collins, Tracey Road Equipment, East Syracuse, N.Y.; Michael Kvach, Roadtec, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Jerry Tracey, Tracey Road Equipment; and Chris Connolly, Roadtec.
Tracey Road Equipment has become the distributor of Roadtec equipment in all areas of upstate state New York, north of New York City. The partnership aims to expand the availability of the full Roadtec product line.
Founded in 1976, Tracey Road Equipment has grown into a first-class dealership network with five locations throughout the state of New York. Each location will provide sales, service and support for Roadtec pavers, milling machines, material transfer vehicles and brooms. Tracey Road Equipment branches are located in Syracuse, Albany, Binghamton, Rochester and Watertown.
“We are delighted to partner with Roadtec and grow our business in mobile asphalt equipment. The common goals and commitment to customer service make this a perfect fit, ” said Jerry Tracey, president of Tracey Road Equipment.
In late 2015, Roadtec began the process of finding qualified dealers in select markets to help the brand better reach road builders throughout the United States. The Chattanooga, Tenn., based company plans to maintain a full factory-direct sales team, which will remain accessible to all customers and owners. The growing dealer network will supplement sales and service for Roadtec machinery in areas that are historical opportunities for the brand.
“Tracey Road Equipment has an outstanding reputation for reliability and professionalism. Their personnel and facilities are second to none. They do business the right way, and they've been a successful operation for a very long time. We are excited about this partnership, and the resulting expansion of Roadtec availability, ” said Jeff Smith, Roadtec vice president of product support and business development.
Along with new Roadtec equipment, Tracey will stock machine parts and wear items to minimize down time and provide the highest possible level of customer satisfaction.