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SDLG adds new Canadian distributors


September 4, 2014
By Rock to Road

lg948lSeptember 4, 2014, Turlock, Calif. – As sales of the company’s
wheel loaders increase in Canada, SDLG announces three new dealer locations in
Montreal, Calgary, and Winnipeg, with an Ontario location on the way.

lg948lSeptember 4, 2014, Turlock, Calif. – As sales of the company’s
wheel loaders increase in Canada, SDLG announces three new dealer locations in
Montreal, Calgary, and Winnipeg, with an Ontario location on the way.

 

Since the company’s first wheel loader sold in North America
was purchased in Canada in early 2014, the brand has continued to receive a
positive reception in the region. Several Canadian companies and governmental
bodies have already purchased SDLG wheel loaders for work in their territories.
Canadian customers are finding the SDLG proposition – quality-made wheel
loaders at value prices – ideal for a wide range of applications.

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This success in Canada is expected to grow as three new
dealer locations join the SDLG dealer network: Strongco in Calgary, Alberta,
Strongco in Montreal, Quebec, and Westcon Equipment & Rentals in Winnipeg,
Manitoba. Additionally, a third Strongco branch will join the SDLG dealer
network in Ontario later this year. These locations will offer the brand’s
complete lineup, as well as SDLG’s full product support and service.

 

Gaining momentum

 

Al Quinn, director of SDLG North America, said the addition
of Strongco and Westcon will strengthen the company’s presence in Canada,
enabling more customers to evaluate the wheel loaders, and for those that do
make a purchase, access to top-notch product service and support.

 

“The success of SDLG will only be as strong as the network
of dealers we have selling the wheel loaders,” Quinn said. “With Strongco and
Westcon coming on board, we’re ensuring that Canada will have seasoned, expert
dealers that will take great care in knowing both the product and its ideal
customer base.”

 

The announcement comes on the heels of several SDLG
purchases from the Canadian government, including the RMs (rural
municipalities) of Sarnia, Spalding and Caledonia. The groups are using the
wheel loaders for road projects, waste management, snow removal and more. All
have pointed to the value and versatility of SDLG loaders as the primary reason
for their purchases. Other companies in Canada have purchased SDLG wheel
loaders for farming duties, material handling and mining work, among other
tasks.