Luby Equipment adds ‘premium product’ to distribution lineup

Lebanon, Ohio-based Fecon has announced the addition of Luby Equipment as a new distributor for Missouri and Illinois.

Luby Equipment sells new and used construction machinery from six locations — Cape Girardeau, Fenton and O’Fallon in Missouri and Caseyville, Quincy and Springfield in Illinois. Luby Equipment also boasts extensive service capabilities, with 24/7 service either on-site or in their shops as well as parts delivery.

“We’re glad to have a dealer of this caliber representing Fecon in this important territory,” said Mike Kucharski, VP of dealer development for Fecon. “This partnership provides access to the full lineup of Fecon products for this large, important territory with the reliability and professionalism that Luby Equipment is known for.  Their dedication to service and parts availability mirrors ours, which will serve customers well. With their promise of in-shop or on-site service 24 hours a day, seven days a week, we know that our customers are in good hands.”

“We’re excited to offer such a premium product to our customers for sale or rental,” said David Kedney, Luby vice president of Marketing and Sales. “Customers have been asking for Fecon, so it is great to be able to meet their needs.”

In addition to Fecon, Luby sells CASE Construction, Takeuchi, Toro, Indeco, Wacker Neuson and Atlas Copco products.

Established in 1992 near Cincinnati, Fecon manufactures the Bull Hog the #1 selling forestry mulcher.  They also manufacture tracked carriers and tractors, as well as a full range of attachments and other equipment for vegetation management. 

Luby Equipment was established in 1974 and operates from its Fenton headquarters and seven other branch locations. The company represents industry leading manufacturers including CASE Construction, Takeuchi, Toro, Fecon, Indeco, Atlas Copco, Wacker Neuron, Oshkosh Airport Products, Eager Beaver and Towmaster Trailers.

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