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GARNER, Iowa (May 29, 2014) — Iowa Mold Tooling Co. Inc. (IMT), an Oshkosh Corp. company, has added Tampa-Fla.-based Equipment Repair Solutions Inc. to its distributor network.

Equipment Repair Solutions offers IMT hydraulic loader sales, parts and service to customers throughout Florida. The company has extended its product offering to include the IMT 16000, 24562 and 28562 hydraulic loaders, which the company said are ideal for handling stacked or palletized material in the building supply and construction industries.

“We’re pleased to welcome Equipment Repair Solutions as our newest distributor partner,” said John Field, product manager of material handling at IMT.

“The company is well-respected in the local hydraulic loader market, and their staff shares our commitment to customer success. With high-quality loader sales and service, Equipment Repair Solutions can help our Florida customers increase productivity and profitability.”

In addition to IMT hydraulic loaders, IMT said Equipment Repair Solutions offers a complete range of on-site and in-shop maintenance and repair services, along with OSHA crane inspections and fabrication.

“We take pride in providing our customers the highest-quality products and service,” said Anthony Stanonis, president of Equipment Repair Solutions. “We’re proud to be a distributor of IMT hydraulic loaders, and we look forward to building existing customer relationships and starting new ones.”

For more information on Equipment Repair Solutions Inc., visit its website. More information, about IMT is available on its website.

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