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Heil of Texas opens new El Paso location

Heil of Texas is increasing its investment in the Lone Star State and New Mexico with the opening of a new facility in El Paso.

"Heil's dealer network provides unequalled service to waste haulers throughout the country," said Pat Carroll, President of Heil. "In many parts of the country our competition is actually pulling out of some markets, so we're proud to focus our efforts on supporting Heil of Texas and other Heil dealers as they continue to expand their territory to serve more customers."

Heil of Texas sells and services all Heil products, including OEM parts. The company also operates two full-time dedicated service trucks to service the Rio Grande Valley, West Texas and New Mexico.

"We're a total solutions provider, with three parts, service and sales locations in Houston, Dallas and San Antonio," said Larry C. Davis, co-founder of Heil of Texas.  "Our El Paso location expands our reach so we can better serve our valued customers in New Mexico, West Texas and the Texas Panhandle."

The new El Paso facility will have eight service bays and a staff of trained technicians.

Davis spent 25 years in the solid waste industry on the chassis side before co-founding Heil of Texas, bringing his industry and dealership experience to the body side of the business. Through focused leadership, he hired a team of solid waste professionals and opened facilities statewide in order to offer superior service after the sale.

As the total solutions provider for Texas and New Mexico, Heil of Texas represents four premium manufacturers that offer a wide variety of solid waste collection vehicles, bulk waste loaders, balers, sweepers and pothole patchers. These include: Heil solid waste collection bodies; Vac-Con combination cleaners and hydroexcavators; Palfinger/Epsilon bulk waste loaders; Schwarze Industries street sweepers and road patchers.

 

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