The newest operating division of Yancey Bros. Co., Yancey Agricultural Products , was established in 2002. When Caterpillar sold their "Challanger" line of agricultural tractors to Atlanta's AGCO Corporation in early 2002, Yancey Bros. Co. was granted the service territory of Georgia for AGCO's new "Challenger" and "Fendt" lines of agricultural equipment. Operating from six existing Yancey locations, Yancey's AG Division handles equipment sales, parts and service for this ever-expanding line of equipment for Georgia's growing ag community.
A few examples of the Yancey's commitment is exhibited by the company providing 24-hour parts availability for customers, the maintaining of the largest rental fleet - over 500 pieces of equipment - of construction equipment in Georgia, and the recent opening of a Corporate Training Center on the Atlanta-Six Flags corporate campus. Further examples are the new Reconditioning Center and Fluid Analysis Laboratory that were constructed in 2000, The Cat Rental Store's temporary (two year) facility located inside the Atlantic Station jobsite in downtown Atlanta, and Yancey's series of maintenance and training seminars, Cat Care Meetings, that are attended by hundreds of customers each year. Add to these examples the company's fleet of over 200 parts and service vehicles at fifteen facilities, plus the 150 parts drop locations across the state, and you have the definition of a full service Caterpillar dealer.
Perhaps the most important sign of the company's growth under Stephenson's leadership was seen in December of 2002. Yancey Bros. Co. purchased certain operating assets of the former Caterpillar dealer in the southern half of the state, and once again became the exclusive Caterpillar equipment and power systems dealer for the entire state of Georgia. With branches now located in sixteen Georgia cities, Yancey Bros. Co. stirves to fullfill its' mission of "Serve . . . Solve . . . Succeed" each and every day. The company's five divisions and their employees are dedicated to helping customers succeed in their business opeations. Growth and customer satisfaction are Yancey's primary goals in conducting daily business.
A prime example of Stephenson's personal commitment to customers is his written authority given to every single employee . . . the authority to , "assure delivery of first-class defect-free products and services on time and as promised." – less – More from ZoomInfo »