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Strongco to open doors of new Nova Scotia facility next month

February 13, 2023  By  Don Horne

Strongco Corporation, a Nors Group company, has completed construction of their new Dartmouth, Nova Scotia facility, and will officially open their doors to the public next month.

“This major milestone solidifies our investment in our team and the customers we serve. We have started the move to a great future and our Dartmouth Team is looking forward to serving our valued customers from this new facility on March 6,” says Stephen George, Regional Vice President, Construction Equipment, Eastern Canada.

The relocation to this new facility will continue to support heavy equipment sales, rental, and product support and service for the Volvo Construction Equipment, Sennebogen and Eco Log Forestry product lines Strongco distributes in Nova Scotia and throughout the Atlantic region.

This newly designed Strongco facility has over 21,000 square feet and is designed with 8 new modern service bays, each with 35 feet of operating height. The shop is also outfitted with 2 ten-ton overhead cranes, and the increased space in the parts and shipping warehouse has the capacity to stock a large inventory of OEM parts. This new facility will allow Strongco to provide additional customer support with an added focus on reducing wait times for their customers.


“Strongco is committed to supporting the communities in which we operate and as these areas grow, so too will Strongco. This facility was specifically designed to ensure that we are equipped with the right tools to offer our customers the optimum level of support they deserve,” says Oliver Nachevski, President and Chief Executive Officer for Strongco.

The company has approximately 500 employees serving customers from 25 branches in Canada, and represents leading equipment manufacturers with globally recognized brands, including Volvo Construction Equipment, Case Construction, Sennebogen, Manitowoc Crane, including National and Grove, Fassi, Konecranes, Eco Log, and Allied Construction.

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