Southeastern Recognized as the Top Performing Vacall Dealer in the U.S.

Gradall Industries, which designs, manufactures and supports Vacall products, recently announced that Southeastern Equipment Co. was named the top performing Vacall dealer in the United States. The “Top Sales 2013” award was presented at the annual training meeting, held in New Philadelphia, Ohio, at Vacall’s headquarters and attended by representatives from dealers throughout the United States.

Southeastern Equipment has been a Vacall dealer for over four years and recently established an Environmental Division that showcases their products, which are used to clear sewer lines, clean up catch basins, perform hydro-excavation for underground utilities and assist with industrial cleanup challenges.
“We at Southeastern Equipment are honored to receive this award from Vacall and are very excited at the great response we have received from customers who have rented, leased or purchased Vacall products from our Environmental Division in the past several years,” said Brandon Unklesbay, Manager of Southeastern’s Environmental Division. “Due to the increased need in the industry for jetting/vacuum sewer cleaners, street sweepers, hydro excavators and industrial vacuum loaders, we developed our Environmental Division to further support our customers and sales representatives.

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“Combined with great products and product support from Vacall and on-going training of our sales and service staff, we are anticipating even greater things in the upcoming years. Most of all, we would like to thank our customers for supporting the addition of the Vacall brand to our already established product lines.”
Southeastern Equipment developed an Environmental Division to focus on increasing their sales of Vacall products. Unklesbay and Ken Edwards, Environmental Product Specialist, are leading the group. Vacall’s equipment line is featured, including street sweepers, sewer cleaners, hydro excavators, catch basin cleaners and industrial vacuum loaders. For more information about the Environmental Division, visit