• Our company was started in 1978 as Waste Equipment of Southeast PA. In 1981, Eagle's President, Bob Aivazian, quit his job in the industry to operate the business full-time.
  • In 1982, the company's name changed to Eagle Equipment Corporation, and moved to Chester County, PA.
  • In 1990, an associate company, Equipment Resources Corporation was created to serve the needs of those looking to lease or rent equipment.
  • In 2011, Eagle Equipment Corporation moved to Bristol, PA. Since that move, Eagle Equipment Corporation has put more than 1,000 new industrial and commercial trash compactors and balers into service.


  • Representing Marathon Equipment as a dealer since 1983.
  •  Our service technicians average more than 15 years of experience- with Eagle Equipment Corporation.
  • Since relocating to Bristol, PA in 2011, more than 1,000 new compactors and balers have been put into service.

A Note from the Owners

When we decided to reorganize and relocate our company in 2011 we were, to put it mildly, unsure of what to expect. We knew we had a great team but we had left quite a bit behind when we pulled up stakes after 30 years in Chester County and relocated to our new home in Bristol, Bucks County, PA. Now, after almost 6 years, we are very proud to report that we are alive and well, having put more than 1,000 (yes, ONE THOUSAND) new compactors and balers into service in that relatively short time. This is hard proof of what dedication and hard work can accomplish - when every player pushes in one direction, without regard for taking the credit when a job goes well, and never casting blame when the occasional speed bump pops up.

Going forward, EEC will continue to operate with the same principals that have brought us this far; by continuing the hard work, by putting the customer’s needs ahead of our own, and by being up front and forthcoming with everyone that we deal with- every day.

To our customers, employees and vendors, all of whom have made us who we are today, thank you.”

— Bob Aivazian, Scott Aivazian, Adam Reynolds and Terry Runyen