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Specialist In Temperature Control Applications Including Heating, Cooling and Dehumidification

H.O. Penn Machinery Company Inc

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H.O. Penn Machinery Company Inc

122 Noxon Road

Poughkeepsie, New York 12603

United States

Company Description

H.O. Penn Machinery Co. is the Caterpillar dealer for Metro New York and Connecticut and has been dedicated to outstanding customer service for more than 90 years. We sell and service Caterpillar's full line of Construction Equipment, Paving Equipment, Ge ... more

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Specialist In Temperature Control Applications Including Heating, Cooling and Dehumidification

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History | H.O. Penn

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H.O. Penn has been dedicated to outstanding customer service for more than 90 years.

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While Ham Penn was in Washington, H.O. Penn was managed by Jerrold A. "Jack" Frost.
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During the War, H.O. Penn served as a repair facility for broken down construction machinery sent by the armed forces.
Also at this time Caterpillar was looking to increase its presence in Michigan and chose H.O. Penn to be its dealer there.
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Also in 1944, in return for giving up the Michigan territory, H.O. Penn became the Caterpillar dealer for the state of Connecticut.
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With regard to their request to acquire H.O. Penn, Caterpillar informed Bob and Roy that H.O. Penn had been taken over by some of its key employees, Ralph Johnson and Stuart Wade.
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With regard to their request to acquire H.O. Penn, Caterpillar informed Bob and Roy that H.O. Penn had been taken over by some of its key employees, Ralph Johnson and Stuart Wade.
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Bob came to New York to run H.O. Penn and Roy stayed in Pennsylvania to run Cleveland Brothers.
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Bob Sr.'s son Bob Jr. came to H.O. Penn with his father in 1965 and served as H.O. Penn's President from 1975 until 1985 when he left the business.
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Tom's son Rob joined H.O. Penn in 1995 and currently serves as the CEO of H.O. Penn Machinery Co.
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Jeff Mitchell joined H.O. Penn in 1987 and was appointed President of the company in 2011 after a successful term as Executive Vice-President.
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H.O. Penn offers extensive service expertise in Caterpillar products and a vast inventory of parts as well as over 900 Caterpillar machines available to meet customers' rental and equipment needs. Additionally, H.O. Penn has added Metso crushers and screeners, and Crane Carrier trucks to its product offerings. Service and sales personnel are factory trained to help provide the quickest and most cost-effective solutions to customers.
H.O. Penn now operates out of six locations, all of which offer full sales and service for Caterpillar products. The Newington, Connecticut facility was opened in 1968. The Poughkeepsie, New York operation, originally established with the purchase of Poughkeepsie Farm Supply Co., was moved from Brickyard Hill on Route 44 to its current location in 1968. It was remodeled in 1995 when it became H.O. Penn's corporate headquarters. The Bronx, New York store was relocated to its current location at the foot of the Whitestone Bridge in 1976. The Holtsville, New York store was completed in 1982, replacing the Westbury location.


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While we're at it (17 Nov 2011), H.O. Penn has been "serving New York and Connecticut with the best in Caterpillar Machines and equipment since 1923": new (17 Nov 2011)

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H. O. Penn Machinery Sales, Inc. | Company | History

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H.O. Penn Announces New VP Of Business Development H.O. Penn Announces New President and CEO

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H.O. Penn now has industry leading DPF Cleaning Technology
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H.O. Penn has been dedicated to outstanding customer service for more than 80 years.
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While Ham Penn was in Washington, H.O. Penn was managed by Jerrold A. "Jack" Frost.
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During the War, H.O. Penn served as a repair facility for broken down construction machinery sent by the armed forces.
Also at this time Caterpillar was looking to increase its presence in Michigan and chose H.O. Penn to be its dealer there.
...
Also in 1944, in return for giving up the Michigan territory, H.O. Penn became the Caterpillar dealer for the state of Connecticut.
...
With regard to their request to acquire H.O. Penn, Caterpillar informed Bob and Roy that H.O. Penn had been taken over by some of its key employees, Ralph Johnson and Stuart Wade.
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With regard to their request to acquire H.O. Penn, Caterpillar informed Bob and Roy that H.O. Penn had been taken over by some of its key employees, Ralph Johnson and Stuart Wade.
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Bob came to New York to run H.O. Penn and Roy stayed in Pennsylvania to run Cleveland Brothers.
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Bob Sr.'s son Bob Jr. came to H.O. Penn with his father in 1965 and served as HO Penn's President from 1975 until 1985 when he left the business.
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It was remodeled in 1995 when it became the HO Penn's corporate headquarters after the Armonk facility was sold. The Bronx, New York store was relocated to its current location in 1976 and the Holtsville, New York store was completed in 1982, replacing the Westbury location. The Bloomingburg, New York location was opened in 2004.
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H.O. Penn offers extensive service expertise in Caterpillar products and a vast inventory of parts as well as over 500 Caterpillar machines available to meet customers' rental and equipment needs.
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H.O. Penn, serving New York and Connecticut with the best in Caterpillar Machines and equipment since 1921.

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