Our strategy is simple: serve - not sell; collaborate - not compete.
Our goal is to be bona fide, i.e. reliable, dependable, trustworthy.
We are small enough to develop relationships with each and every one of our clients, yet agile enough to meet the equipment needs of companies all over the world. Our customers continue to prove this is a winning combination by allowing us to supply their equipment needs, year after year.
Are you an equipment owner looking for a partner that can facilitate access to broader markets? Are you an equipment dealer looking for transparent collaboration? Crank your expectations up a few notches and give us a chance to serve you.
Meet the Owners
David DanielBorn and raised in the South, I have travelled extensively throughout the United States and some of the world developing long term business relationships and personal friendships, which I pride myself on overlapping as much as possible. My wife of 16 years, my three children, and myself live between Georgia, where we have a house, and North Carolina, where we keep the boat and the kids go to Summer camp. For 12 years I owned and operated a construction company specializing in residential site work and underground utilities. In 2012, I capped off a fascination with higher education with an MBA from Auburn University, having attended colleges in Alaska, California, Virginia, Alabama, Georgia, Hong Kong and Spain. A devout Catholic, a justified sinner, a hopeless husband, a doting father, an amateur geek, and a full own capitalist. I spend all my waking hours between phone calls, visiting with friends and clients, basketball practices, school performances, church, walking tours of historic cities, remodeling the house or the boat, conversing with my wife and children, and trying to get in a good book every once in a while.
I just returned from living in Quito, Ecuador for 6 months. It's good to be back but I already miss the adventures, like chasing down the Billy Idol bus in a full sprint while munching on a roasted guinea pig on-a-stick (don't knock it 'til you try it). I called it the Billy Idol bus because, as you guessed it, the driver was always blasting Billy Idol. He was a cool cat. One day I was late and accidentally got on the Rod Stewart/Disco bus. If you're ever in Quito never get on the Rod Stewart/Disco bus unless you want to end up at the airport. He doesn't even play good Rod Stewart, he plays his pop albums from the 80's. Also count on hearing Funky Town and Rubber-Band Man at least twice. Actually, never get on the Rod Stewart/Disco bus, even if you have to go to the airport.
I'm a beach bum at heart. Born in Denver, Colorado but grew up in a small beach town in Southern California. After high school I returned to Colorado and worked in residential construction before attending the university of Denver and earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Real Estate & Construction Management from the Daniels School of Business. After the U.S. housing crisis I turned my attention away from residential construction and found a home in the heavy equipment world. I'm most proud of the relationships I've developed; I've met some of my best friends in this industry and it usually started with finding or delivering a specific piece of equipment they needed. I was just thinking the other day, it'd be a hell of an adventure to ditch the office for 6 months and travel the country visiting all those friends. When I'm done writing this I'll flip a coin and we'll see what happens.