05
Oct

Volvo CE names Scott Gear seller for Ark.

Volvo Building Gear has named Scott Gear, headquartered in Monroe, Louisiana, as its seller in Arkansas, changing Little Rock, Arkansas-based Hugg & Corridor Gear.

To make sure a clean transition, Scott Gear will tackle Hugg & Corridor staff servicing Volvo CE services at its 4 Arkansas places in Fort Smith, Springdale, Texarkana and Little Rock.

“Scott Gear is a seasoned accomplice, already well-known in Arkansas, and we’re happy to increase their dedication to machine availability and customer support to this area,” says Stephen Roy, Volvo CE’s president of gross sales for the Americas. “Clients can anticipate the identical caliber of fantastic help that Hugg & Corridor has given over the many years.”

Scott Gear, which has been a Volvo CE seller since 2000, will provide the corporate’s full product line, together with highway equipment and the SDLG model. The corporate will take over all Volvo CE enterprise from Hugg & Corridor and switch to the corporate and switch to the corporate its Toyota materials dealing with tools line for the state of Arkansas.

Scott Gear additionally represents Volvo CE in Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee. In whole, the corporate has 17 places, together with branches in Texas. Established in 1939 as Scott Truck and Tractor, the agency now has practically 400 staff, based on its web site.

“Scott Gear has been working within the state of Arkansas since 1990, representing varied tools producers,” says Scott Cummins, CEO, Scott Gear. “The Scott household is thrilled concerning the alternative to increase our Arkansas operations and provide Volvo CE’s full line of services to the Arkansas territory.”

“We see this settlement to commerce product traces as mutually helpful to each tools suppliers,” says John Hugg, president, Hugg & Corridor. “We’ve got appreciated the chance to symbolize Volvo CE merchandise in our territory for over 30 years, and think about Scott Gear a revered peer. We are going to work collectively to make a seamless transition for each our prospects and staff.”