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C.E.M. now representing Hyundai Construction across Alberta

jenniferOct. 29, 2013 - Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas has announced the appointment of C.E.M. Heavy Equipment as an authorized dealer for Alberta. For over 17 years C.E.M. has provided Hyundai Construction Equipment sales and service support from its Taber, Alta., location. In order to support the entire province, C.E.M. has opened a temporary 11,000-square-foot, full-service branch location in Nisku, Alta., with a new, permanent, 22,000 square-foot location scheduled for completion in December 2014.


October 29, 2013
By Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas

Oct. 29, 2013 – Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas has announced the appointment of C.E.M. Heavy Equipment as an authorized dealer for Alberta. For over 17 years C.E.M. has provided Hyundai Construction Equipment sales and service support from its Taber, Alta., location. In order to support the entire province, C.E.M. has opened a temporary 11,000-square-foot, full-service branch location in Nisku, Alta., with a new, permanent, 22,000 square-foot location scheduled for completion in December 2014. The new Nisku location gives C.E.M. customers access to Hyundai’s entire line of quality construction equipment throughout the province. The Hyundai Construction Equipment line consists of crawler excavators, wheel loaders, wheeled excavators and mini-excavators.

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Valgardson says C.E.M. was built on trust


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“This is a natural area of growth for our company,” says Jennifer Valgardson, owner of C.E.M Heavy Equipment. “Our northern Alberta customers will be pleased to know that we will now offer Hyundai Construction Equipment sales and support from our new Nisku branch location.”
 
C.E.M’s sales staff has been fully trained in the application, sales, parts and service of Hyundai Construction Equipment products and offers prompt and professional parts and service support.
 
In 1978 C.E.M. was started by Ed Valgardson with one service truck based out of Pincher Creek, Alta. In 1980 a second service truck was added by Ed’s brother Pete and C.E.M. was then moved to be based out of Taber. With Ed’s unfortunate passing in 2003 it has become more important than ever to maintain and build on “the foundation built on trust” that is an integral part of the daily actions of everyone at C.E.M.
 
Related links
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hceamericas.com