SMS Equipment Inc. announces Williams Lake branch move

by Keith Powell
SMS Equipment building.

SMS Equipment in Williams Lake, B.C., is moving to a new, larger location in the city. — Photo courtesy SMS Equipment

WILLIAMS LAKE, British Columbia, April 24, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SMS Equipment Inc. is pleased to announce that they are moving their Williams Lake branch to a new and larger location within the area to better serve their customers. The new location is a short one-minute drive from their previous office and features approximately 8,000 square feet on a level 1.5-acre lot.

Rich Roberts, Operations Manager for Kamloops and area says, “We are moving to a larger facility to support growth. We have spent the last several months getting the branch and yard ready to support the transition.” The new Williams Lake location offers more usable yard space along with 5000 square feet of increased warehouse storage. The new building also allows for more office space which will be used to add support personnel. New plans are also in place to add service bays in the near future.

The new address for SMS Equipment in Williams Lake is:

1145 Murray Drive
Williams Lake, BC V2G 4K8

The phone number and fax number will remain the same:

Phone: (250) 305-1060
Fax: (250) 305-1070

About SMS Equipment

SMS Equipment holds a unique position in the industry as a one-stop supplier of a broad range of equipment. We offer only world-renowned brand names that meet your standards of reliability and productivity. We also offer a select range of production attachments for various market segments within the construction, forestry, road and mineral, and mining industries.

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