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PRINOTH adds CONTRAC Equipment as first Western Canadian dealer

Machines like the PANTHER T14R will now be available through CONTRAC Equipment in Alberta.
Machines like the PANTHER T14R will now be available through CONTRAC Equipment in Alberta.

PRINOTH has expanded for the first time into Western Canada, announcing an agreement with CONTRAC Equipment of Spruce Grove, Alberta. CONTRAC Equipment prides itself as being the largest independent supplier of premium heavy equipment in the Western provinces.

As the newest PRINOTH dealer, CONTRAC Equipment will be a full-service dealer who will sell, lease, rent, and service PANTHER vehicles. and service PANTHER vehicles. PRINOTH first approached the Alberta dealer because of its ability to represent a premium brand. CONTRAC offers its customers rental equipment including a variety of dozers, excavators, articulated trucks, wheel loaders, graders, and packers. Their fleet has over 250 units and their sales and support teams have been handpicked for their knowledge and experience. They have the skills and drive to provide the best customer support in the industry.

Servicing customers in general construction, pipeline construction, power utility and erosion control, CONTRAC Equipment will serve the northern portions of Alberta and Saskatchewan and even a portion of northern British Columbia.

"We're very excited to welcome CONTRAC Equipment aboard. Their reputation is outstanding and they really have the readiness to represent a premium line-up such as ours," said Doug Little, Director of Sales at PRINOTH. "Michael and his team have already purchased a PANTHER T14R, our rotating dumper model, and we're looking at more additions to their fleet so it's very promising," added Little.

As for all customers, in the coming months, PRINOTH will be working closely with CONTRAC Equipment to support them in representing this new product line for the distributor. Contractors in the area should consult the PRINOTH website and/or the CONTRAC Equipment website to enquire about product, information, and demos.

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  • PRINOTH

    1001, J.-A. Bombardier Street
    Granby , QC
    CA , J2J 1E9

    PRINOTH is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of tracked vehicles. The state-of-the-art technology and innovative design of the products has set them apart, offering impressive efficiency and sustainability. With over a half century of tracked vehicle experience, PRINOTH continues to develop and refine the sprockettrack system invented by Bombardier in 1935. It’s just one of the reasons why our tracked vehicles are regarded as the best in the world and why you’ll find a PRINOTH wherever there’s hard work to be done. Whether mud, gravel or snow, PRINOTH tracked utility vehicles are reliable tools for extreme use in extreme environments. Thanks to their huge payload, these vehicles can be equipped with a multitude of specialized attachments. PRINOTH’s tracked utility vehicles exert very low pressure on the ground and go places where wheeled vehicles sink. Today, the company is part of the HTI Group (High Technology Industries) with more
    than 3,000 employees worldwide.

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