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Sherman + Reilly names NESCO Rents its National Rental Partner

September 19, 2013 -- Sherman + Reilly, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) company, has named NESCO Rents its national rental partner. "With its focus on safety and the introduction of an entirely new generation of overhead and underground pullers and tensioners, Sherman + Reilly represents an ideal step forward for NESCO", said NESCO CEO, Lee Jacobson. Michael Dunn, CEO of Sherman + Reilly, added, "It’s not often you find a partner that shares the same vision and values on service, customer support and equipment safety. These values convinced us that NESCO represented an ideal fit for our new offerings."

Starting in mid-September, NESCO will begin to rent the entire line of equipment offered by Sherman + Reilly including underground and overhead distribution pullers and tensioners, transmission-class pullers and tensioners, distribution and transmission blocks -- both single and bundle, and specialty products including reconductoring reels.

The new Sherman + Reilly equipment is all part of its "Revolution Series" and provides full electronic controls, digital recording of pulling and tensioning forces, where applicable, Safe-Zone™ cabs with full environmental control and equipment diagnostics to insure maximum reliability and uptime.

About Sherman + Reilly
Since 1927, Chattanooga based Sherman + Reilly has been a partner with the electric power industry and more recently the telecommunications industry, providing a wide range of power line and fiber optic installation equipment and tools. From its market proven bundle blocks, to its premier line of pullers, tensioners, reel trailers and fiber jetting equipment, Sherman + Reilly has consistently demonstrated the ability to deliver world class equipment that’s been "Designed for Safety and Built to Last."

Throughout its history, Sherman + Reilly has recorded an unparalleled track record for innovation, earning more than fifty patents and designing and engineering products that met the unique safety needs of the Power and

Telecommunications Industries. The company has repeatedly passed the test of providing equipment with industry recognized durability, reliability and ease of use. In the past few years, Sherman + Reilly has begun a new journey, applying its years of engineering and manufacturing experience with advanced research, aimed at improving operator safety on its equipment and setting a new standard for equipment operation, aptly named the Revolution Series.

For more information about Sherman + Reilly, call 423-756-5300 or visit www.sherman-reilly.com.

NESCO is widely recognized as the utility equipment rental provider of choice, offering its customers the full range of equipment solutions, fast response times and fleet availability that their projects demand.

NESCO’s Territory Mangers are in constant, proactive dialogue with customers and provide timely equipment quotes and availability status. NESCO’s broad presence, with over 40 locations across the U.S. and Canada, provides it with the ability to service all T&D project activity in North America.

"Customers consider NESCO Rentals the most capable of all firms at supplying equipment for the most challenging projects, delivering beyond customer expectations, and providing functional or technically advanced equipment," said Lee Jacobson, CEO of NESCO Rentals. "NESCO Rentals is also seen as the most capable in its ability to help clients expand into new markets and improve their operational efficiency via our equipment."

For more information about NESCO, call 855-637-2693 or visit www.nescorentals.com.

Samantha Herzner
Sherman + Reilly
Phone: 432-756-5300

Adriene Horn
Phone. 260-824-7124






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