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Announcing! Fairchild Equipment Is Now An Authorized Rail King Dealer.

Fairchild Equipment is pleased to announce its newest product line, Rail King. We are continuously looking for ways to improve our customer’s daily operations that are cost efficient and innovative. We truly believe that the Rail King mobile railcar movers are leading the industry and offer extensive benefits. With a smooth and comfortable ride, easy to use controls, uncomplicated service and maintenance the Rail King product is unmatched and focused on maximum safety (a term we do not take lightly). Rail King's most recent innovation in technology, the G5 Rail King, makes daily operations run even smoother! G5 takes the operator and the equipment into consideration and fulfills all customer expectations. 

We are committed to providing leading industry products and the Rail King mobile railcar movers are yet another line that represents exceptional performance, reliability and dependability.

Rental options will be available along with all aspects of sales, parts and service. New information will become readily available through several of our sources including our website and social media. Stay tuned as additional information becomes available in our equipment showroom and more! 


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