Equipment

SAKAI Appoints CISCO Ford Equipment in Northwest Texas

March 02, 2009 - Press Release

ADAIRSVILLE, GA - SAKAI is pleased to announce the appointment of the CISCO Ford Equipment as an authorized dealer in the state of Texas.

SAKAI offers a full line of high-quality, high-productivity vibratory soil compactors, seven 4000VPM vibratory asphalt rollers designed for Superpave and other perpetual pavements as well as combination vibratory/pneumatic rollers and balanced three wheelers.   Innovators in compaction equipment for over 80 years, Sakai also offers the world's first vibratory pneumatic tire roller for today's contemporary mix designs.

The CISCO Ford Equipment sales staff has been fully trained in the application, sales, parts and service of SAKAI products and offers prompt and professional parts and service support. The company supports Sakai in Texas Panhandle and Western Counties from their Lubbock, Odessa and San Angelo branch locations.

For more information or a demonstration of SAKAI products, please contact CISCO Ford Equipment at (800)-657-3673.

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