Gibson Machinery Opens Western Pennsylvania Location

Business at Oakdale, Pa., location expected to surpass Cleveland-area location.

  • February 13, 2012
  • Recycling Today Staff
Gibson Machinery, based in the Cleveland suburb of Oakwood Village, Ohio, has opened a second location in Oakdale, Pa., near Pittsburgh. 
Gibson Machinery represents Sennebogen, Doosan, Doppstadt and Genesis equipment for the scrap and construction industries. The company recently began selling Chicago Pneumatic hammers and Terex’ compact line. The new 8,500-square-foot building located on two acres will offer equipment, parts and service. Owner and President Lee Gibson says the scrap and Marcellus shale markets in that area are doing well and is one of the reasons the company decided to add a location there.
“We just think there is a lot of potential in that area,” Gibson says. “That branch will end up surpassing what we do in Ohio.”
Mike Keremes is the vice president of sales in Oakdale. Bob Decker is parts and service manager. A product support representative and three field mechanics with fully equipped service trucks are also based in Oakdale to provide service in that area.
Gibson says, “We feel [Western Pennsylvania] is a very promising market and we wanted to have a facility of trained people to make sure we take care of the customer.”
Gibson Machinery's new office is located at 450 Imperial Industrial Park, Oakdale, Pa., 15071 and can be reached at 724-695-5000.
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