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Twin Disc adds Mid-Atlantic distributor

Great Lakes Power Products said it acquired the distribution rights to sell and service Twin Disc products in Maryland, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Virginia and the balance of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

“We are excited to offer Great Lakes Power’s expertise in providing quality Twin Disc products, aftermarket parts and service support to an expanding customer base in the Mid-Atlantic states,” Great Lakes Power president and CEO Rick Pennza said in a statement.

“We look forward to continuing to support customers in this territory who have come to rely on the quality and performance of Twin Disc products,” said Stephen Allen, vice president of sales at Great Lakes Power. “Our existing branch locations in New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, located in proximity to our newly acquired territory, will provide us a much greater presence to customers in the Mid-Atlantic states.”

Great Lakes Power said the new territory will currently be serviced from its Chesapeake, Va., location.



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