Dobbs Equipment’s Southeast Expansion Will Add 18 Stores: CEG – Construction Equipment Guide

Adam Tschetter (L), chief executive officer, and Edward Dobbs, chairman, both of Dobbs Equipment.
(Photo courtesy of Dobbs Equipment.)

Adam Tschetter (L), chief executive officer, and Edward Dobbs, chairman, both of Dobbs Equipment.
(Photo courtesy of Dobbs Equipment. )

Dobbs Equipment , a leading John Deere construction equipment dealership headquartered in Tampa, Fla., has completed the acquisition of Flint Gear Company’s Building and Forestry John Deere division, adding 18 stores in Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama.

The acquisition was completed on Oct. 1, 2022. Flint Equipment has retained its power systems and Ag and Turf businesses.

The particular acquisition will allow Dobbs Equipment to sell construction, road building plus forestry equipment in four states and makes Dobbs one associated with the largest John Deere construction plus forestry dealers in the United States. Some of the brands represented by Dobbs Products include John Deere, Wirtgen, Vogele, Hamm, Kleemann, LeeBoy, Cemen Tech, Topcon and FINN among other manufacturers.

“The addition of this new territory is another milestone for all of us as it more than doubles our size and geographic coverage, ” said Dobbs Equipment CEO Adam Tschetter. “This acquisition will allow us to better serve our brand new and existing customers with superior new and used equipment availability and options, as well as the particular best-in-class sales and aftermarket parts plus service support. For customers performing work either locally or throughout the Southeast U. S., we will be the clear logical choice. inch

When asked how the purchase benefits brand new and current customers, Tschetter said that the particular acquisition may certainly benefit the legacy customers as nicely as the new Dobbs customers.

“The big takeaway is certainly going in order to be increased inventory accessibility, ” he said. “We will become the dealer that carriers the largest fleet of building rental gear and new equipment. So, whether our customers are doing work in Florida, Atlanta, South Carolina or southeast Alabama, they will be able to have the convenience of working along with one seller.

“From the product support and automotive aftermarket perspective, we will have a big advantage in having the ability to provide after-sale assistance that can follow our own customer’s work through the Southeast, ” this individual added. “With better access to parts availability throughout nearly 30 locations, the particular expanded Dobbs dealer network will offer a greater convenience for all aftermarket replacement support. Rather than having to deal with two, three or even four different dealers anymore, they can rely on Dobbs for consistent support.

“We are investing to have more components on our shelves. That will help clients uptime. I cannot stress enough the convenience we are able to provide. We have a lot of customers that are working through the entire Southeast. They can now deal with one car dealership for almost all their transactions in a consistent manner. It simplifies the particular entire process through better support”

Tschetter declared that since the close of the transaction Dobbs has worked toward a smooth transition for both customers and employees.

“We are usually focused upon making this transition as painless as possible. All the processes with respect to who they work with as well as which store these people work with will remain the particular same. We are not making any changes to that part of the customer experience and would envision that whatever they are doing today become the same as what they will be performing after the changeover. That said, as we invest in each location, opportunities will emerge that will allow us to provide even the better client service experience moving forward. ” CEG