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Minnich Manufacturing expands distribution through Montreal Tractor

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May 21, 2019 - Minnich Manufacturing has expanded distribution in eastern Canada through authorized distributor Montreal Tractor Inc. and sister company HMA Equipment.

Montreal Tractor Inc. and HMA Equipment now offer sales, service and exchange of Minnich equipment for the provinces of Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Montreal Tractor opened HMA Equipment in Toronto in 2013 to better serve Ontario customers.

Across eastern Canada, Montreal Tractor and HMA Equipment will support the complete Minnich lineup of on-grade, on-slab, machine-mounted and utility concrete dowel pin drills, along with dust collection systems. In addition, they will sell, service and exchange all Minnich concrete vibrators including high cycle, paving, flex shaft, and monitoring units.

“Minnich is excited to grow our partnership with a distributor that’s very highly respected in the Canadian concrete industry,” said Todd Jurjevic, president/CSO at Minnich Manufacturing. “Their team shares our focus on providing the highest-quality equipment and putting customers first.

“Eastern Canadian contractors will benefit from the deep knowledge and outstanding service that Montreal Tractor/HMA Equipment brings.”

For nearly 40 years, Montreal Tractor has provided new and used equipment, parts and components to customers in a variety of industries including construction and road building. A Minnich distributor since 2015, Montreal Tractor previously covered Ontario and Quebec for the manufacturer.

“Minnich is very easy to work with, and fully dedicated to meeting the unique needs of the Canadian market,” said Maxime Petrin, product manager at Montreal Tractor. “As we grow to serve more construction and road-building contractors, offering the high-quality Minnich line across eastern Canada was common sense.”

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