M & L Industries
We're not moving mountains...
But you may be, and we can supply the equipment to help. We've been supplying companies with the heavy equipment they need to keep their businesses moving for over 57 years.
 
When our founders first began selling equipment in 1953, their goal was simple: treat your customers like family. Still a family owned and operated business today; M&L has become Louisiana's oldest full-line, full service heavy equipment dealer. We partner with some of the most recognized manufacturers of forklifts, tractors, excavators and farm implements in the industry. For example, M&L has won the most awards of any Nissan Forklift dealership, consistently achieving Gold status in their Service Excellence Program and awarded their "Nissan Forklift Nine" distinction of excellence.
 
With locations in Houma, Metairie, Baton Rouge, and Broussard, M&L has been the leading supplier of equipment for warehousing, agriculture, construction, petroleum, heavy-industry, marine transportation, port facilities, and the fishing industry. Whether it's a mountain of dirt, a mountain of fish, or just a mountain of work; turn to M&L for the trust, confidence and equipment to move it.

Contact M & L Industries


1210 St. Charles St.
Houma, Louisiana  70360
Phone: 985-876-2280
Toll Free: 1-800-969-0068
Fax: 985-872-9596

 

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Louisiana


Related Success Stories for M & L Industries

Arkansas Conservation Partnership
The partnership is a unique force, combining the strengths of federal, state and local organizations along with educational institutions, to help preserve and protect The Natural State.

Atlantic Station Redevelopment
Innovative Smart Growth practices alleviate air pollution and foster development that combats sprawl and supports economic development.

Bartow County Environmental Management System
Local partnerships are developing and implementing mulitiple Environmental Management Systems in a coordinated county-wide fashion to significantly reduce pollution.

BP Wood River Refinery
A former unusable industrial property in Illinois is revitalized through efforts of multiple partners creating a redeveloped area and wildlife sanctuary.

Catawba River Streambank Conservation Easements
An unprecedented, voluntary effort by Crescent Resources, LLC is protecting nearly 200 miles of stream banks in North Carolina and South Carolina.

Central Oregon Partnership for Wildfire Risk Reduction
The Central Oregon Partnership is using small tree harvests as a tool to foster health forest health and build new forest-biomass industries.

CF Industries National Watershed Award
The CF Industries National Watershed Award recognizes outstanding community watershed protection efforts. The award focuses on innovative, non-regulatory approaches to improving water quality.

Friends of the Rappahannock (F.O.R.)
Conservation and protection of the Rappahannock River and its watershed through locally-led partnerships promoting L.I.D practices, agricultural BMP’s and conservation easements.

Herger-Feinstein Quincy Library Group Pilot Project
The Quincy Library Group created a model for forest governance by making the community and community goals a central part of forest management.

Old Inlet Terrapin Habitat Enhancement Project
The goal of the Old Inlet Terrapin Habitat Enhancement Project is to restore nesting habitat for the Northern Diamond-backed Terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin terrapin).

Page County Water Quality Advisory Committee
Active committee comprised of local stakeholders formed to advise elected officials on water quality issues, both surface water and groundwater

Regional Restoration Initiative
The Longleaf Alliance serves as a clearinghouse for information on pine forests and as a catalyst for activities among its various partners in this effort.

Thompson - Fisher
This project purchased a conservation easement to prevent subdivision and development on 142,000 acres of working forestland in the Thompson River and Fisher River valleys of northwestern Montana.

Thunderbird/Tajique Landscape Projects
Two landscape-scale projects with large partnerships are working to reduce fire hazard, improve forest health, and create jobs for community sustainability.

Upper Mississippi River Basin
New drainage water management systems in the Midwest are improving water quality and wildlife habitat in the Mississippi River Basin.