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Sany Signs Central Atlanta Tractor as Excavator Dealer of Northern Georgia

Central Atlanta Tractor took delivery of its first Sany excavators at the company’s Austell, Ga., location on the last week of March.
Marla Neise, owner of Central Atlanta Tractor Sales Inc. and Chuck Spooner sign an agreement to become an authorized Sany dealer in the state of Georgia.
Sany America announced a dealership agreement with Central Atlanta Tractor Sales, Austell, Ga., establishing Central Atlanta Tractor as a Sany excavator dealer serving central and northern Georgia.

Sany America announced a dealership agreement with Central Atlanta Tractor Sales, Austell, Ga., establishing Central Atlanta Tractor as a Sany excavator dealer serving central and northern Georgia.

Central Atlanta Tractor joins a fast-growing North American network of dealers that sell and support Sany hydraulic excavators.

"Sany America looks forward to working with Central Atlanta Tractor in meeting the equipment and service needs of contractors and other customers throughout central and northern Georgia," said Eric Teague, vice president of the Sany earthmoving group. "It's a family-owned business with a nearly 20-year record of success."

Sany Expands Excavator Product Line

Following the recent introduction of its first two compact excavators, Sany America now offers a total of seven hydraulic excavators ranging from the 36-ton (32.7 t) Sany SY335C model to the new 2-ton (1.8 t) Sany SY16U compact excavator.

"We're excited to introduce a new manufacturer and great product line to contractors in this area," said Chuck Spooner, president of Central Atlanta Tractor Sales. "We already have some customers who are experiencing the outstanding value of Sany excavators."

Noting the breadth of the Sany product line, Marla Neise, vice president of sales and leasing of Central Atlanta Tractor, said Sany excavators offer price and performance that are attractive not only to earthmoving contractors, but also to utility contractors, landscapers and municipal governments.


She also pointed out the standard Sany new equipment warranty is an important factor in establishing customers' trust in a brand that is new to most of them.

Central Atlanta Tractor Sales was founded in 1995 by Charles Spooner, who at that time already had 25 years' experience in construction equipment sales. Spooner's son, Chuck, and daughter, Marla Neise, now manage the dealership, following the elder Spooner's retirement. The company serves customers throughout the southeastern United States, providing new and used equipment sales, a wide range of rental equipment and full service capabilities including field support.