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Clark spreads its wings

31-08-2010
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Clark spreads its wings

 

Waving the flag … Clark Managing Director Robert Hammond (left) with Rich Goldsbury and Andrew Rohan MP 

 
Clark Equipment has launched a new flagship branch at Smithfield in Western Sydney. 
 
The branch was officially opened in June by the Managing Director of Clark Equipment Robert Hammond, Bobcat & Doosan President for North America & Oceania, Rich Goldsbury and the Member for Smithfield Andrew Rohan.
 
“Our new facility will give us the opportunity to better support our customers in Sydney and throughout NSW – we are here to be able to serve, said Mr Hammond. “We see this branch as a vote of confidence in the region and its future development.” 
 
The branch, conveniently located in the industrial heart of Sydney, will serve as the flagship retail location for Clark Equipment’s construction equipment business. 
 
It will showcase Clark Equipment’s full range of Bobcat compact construction equipment, Doosan large excavators, wheel loaders and dump trucks, Doosan Portable Power air compressors, generators, lighting equipment, and more. 
 
The Smithfield branch is situated on a 20,000 sqm site on the Cumberland Highway and boasts a large and fully equipped workshop facility, equipment storage and display areas, and convenient truck access.  
 
Smithfield will also be the base for Clark Equipment’s parts and service operations in NSW.
 
The workshop has moved from its previous location at nearby Silverwater, with that branch having been refurbished and relaunched in November last year as a dedicated showroom for Clark Equipment’s Clark Forklifts business.  
 
Clark Equipment is a BRW Top 500 Australian Private Company, with about 500 employees. It operates from more than 20 locations in metropolitan and regional areas across Australia and New Zealand.
 
Clark Equipment 
Ph: 02 9477 8446

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