August 8, 2017 — Prinoth is proud to announce CG Equipment located in Southern Ontario, as its newest tracked vehicles dealer in Canada.
Guelph-based CG Equipment has been added as a Prinoth dealer to represent the Panther line-up in Ontario where there is an influx of activity. Well-established as a construction dealer, CG Equipment will service the province’s various markets as well as other off-road projects and industries.
Having announced many new partners in the past few months, Prinoth is proud to report that the number of new dealers representing them throughout North America has grown significantly since the beginning of 2017.
“Pipeline construction for oil and gas is certainly on the increase. There are many external reasons that generate this level of interest in Prinoth’s products but our technology combined with the outstanding quality and reliability of our platform, are two qualities we feel dealers are seeking when selecting new product lines to take on,” commented Doug Little, director of sales at Prinoth.
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 sprocket-track system invented by Bombardier in 1935. It is just one of the reasons why our tracked vehicles are regarded as the best in the world and why you will find a Prinoth wherever there is 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 the large payloads, 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. www.prinoth.com
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