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GOSCOR Earthmoving Equipment and Bobcat Equipment South Africa are the only accredited dealers for quality used SANY and Bobcat equipment in South Africa.

That’s according to Klinton Kane, New Equipment Sales & Used Equipment Manager at Goscor who said, “We have a lot of faith in our equipment, which is why we are confident enough to buy back and resell machines into the market”.

“Customers are guaranteed that all our SANY and Bobcat used equipment has passed our stringent quality control and maintenance requirements. It is of utmost importance to us that our customers’ prime focus be on their core business, and not having to worry about their equipment breaking down at any time.”

Kane.said there are two main routes for used equipment to return to market. The rental division returns units as used, which are then repaired and certified and subsequently sold. “Only genuine parts and fully qualified technicians are used, which adds substantially to the total cost of ownership of the used equipment.”

The second option is trade-ins, whereby customers trade in their old machines in order to be able to buy any new machines they may require. “This option affords customers wanting new equipment in particular the greatest value on their investment.”

He said all new and used equipment is sold with factory-certified warranties.

Used equipment from both Goscor Earthmoving Equipment and Bobcat Equipment South Africa has the option of being serviced and maintained in accordance with factory specifications, as is standard with all new equipment sold.

Financing options are also available.

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