Worcester, MA (PRWEB) September 16, 2013
HP Fairfield will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday to celebrate the expansion and reopening of its Massachusetts sales and equipment installation center. State Senator Michael Moore, Representative Mary Keefe and Worcester City Councilor George Russell are scheduled to accompany Rod Winter, the CEO of HP Fairfield, in cutting the ribbon and officially reopening the Worcester location.
Rod Winter, CEO of HP Fairfield stated, “For over 60 years, Government agencies, local cities and towns, as well as large contractors have relied upon HP Fairfield to build snow plow trucks, dump trucks and heavy duty municipal equipment. The expanded HP Fairfield Worcester MA facility will now provide full installation and support services for our Municipal and Contractor customers for these type of equipment “
Winter continued, “Having the right equipment is essential for public works and contractors to respond to whatever Mother Nature throws their way. Customers depend on us for the right equipment and our expertise when it comes to preparing and then responding to these natural events in a proactive fashion. With our expanding capabilities at Worcester we are able to offer more products and services to help our customers do their jobs better and more efficiently.”
HP Fairfield has six branch locations throughout New England and its equipment line has expanded beyond custom municipal snow removal and ice control equipment over the years to include more than 35 different product lines for both the public sector and private contractor markets. The Worcester MA location now becomes a primary BOSS Snow Plow Dealer for Massachusetts as well.
Founded in 1951 in Skowhegan, Maine, HP Fairfield LLC serves federal, state, local municipalities and contractors throughout New England by helping them improve the safety and condition of roadways, airfields and public infrastructure through the sale, manufacture, custom installation and support of specialized work trucks and related equipment.
The ribbon cutting ceremony will include a building tour, municipal and truck equipment demonstrations as well as free plow inspections during the day.