Heavy Equipment Wholesale Launches New Website

Nashville, TN, May 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Heavy Equipment Wholesale of Nashville, Tennessee has announced the launch of their new website for construction companies, contractors, government agencies and builders to quickly find and purchase used heavy equipment at wholesale prices.

Designed around the world's largest search engines and equipment-for-sale databases from eBay.com and Amazon.com, www.HeavyEquipmentWholesale.com is a one-stop marketplace of used construction equipment and related items from hundreds of manufacturers. Popular brands listed on the site include John Deere, Caterpillar, Case, Kubota, Bobcat and many others. Buyers can find bulldozers, backhoes, cranes, skidsteers, trucks, trailers and other equipment.

The heavy equipment is categorized by equipment type, brand, location, price range and other factors, with item descriptions and photographs. Buyers can purchase equipment and supplies outright, or place bids on the items at prices usually well below wholesale dealer prices.

"Our new website is really a gateway to huge databases of available heavy equipment for sale. Buyers can go to a single clearinghouse and view thousands of pieces of construction equipment, tractors, trucks and trailers," said Greg Simonds, the founder of HeavyEquipmentWholesale.com. "No more wasting time flipping through a bunch of stale Craigslist listings or small local classified websites," he continued.

Many construction companies and contractors are utilizing Heavy Equipment Wholesale's website to find high quality used equipment. With the price of new heavy equipment continuing to escalate, purchasing used equipment makes more and more economic sense.

The equipment on the website is located all around the country, giving buyers from California to Florida and everywhere in between opportunities to locate heavy equipment close to home. Mr. Simonds explained that shipping costs are skyrocketing. "If a buyer can find the equipment he or she needs close to home, it saves that much more money. No one enjoys paying shipping fees, and if those costs can be avoided by purchasing more locally, the better it is all around."

There is no cost to buyers associated with the website. The website is a free service to buyers, supported by advertising and small commissions from sellers. For more information about Heavy Equipment Wholesale visit the website at www.HeavyEquipmentWholesale.com or email Greg Simonds at greg@heavyequipmentwholesale.com.
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