ASV Holdings Announces Multiple-Location Dealer Agreement with Rish Equipment Company

Wed July 24, 2019 - Northeast Edition
ASV Holdings Inc.


ASV products will be distributed in each of Rish Equipment’s 14 locations, and initial deliveries are slated to begin in the second half of 2019.
ASV products will be distributed in each of Rish Equipment’s 14 locations, and initial deliveries are slated to begin in the second half of 2019.

ASV Holdings Inc., a provider of rubber-tracked compact track loaders and wheeled skid steer loaders in the compact construction equipment market, has entered into a dealer agreement with Rish Equipment, an equipment distributor with locations in West Virginia, Virginia and Maryland. ASV products will be distributed in each of the company's 14 locations, and initial deliveries are slated to begin in the second half of 2019.

ASV will provide Rish Equipment Company with its full line of compact track loaders, featuring the company's Posi-Track undercarriage system, which represents the dealer's entrance into this market, joining Komatsu, LeeBoy, Dynapac, NPK and Sakai, among others, as well-known branded equipment that are offered throughout this dealer network.

Rish, founded in 1934, and currently with more than 300 employees, has grown to become one of the premiere heavy equipment distributors in the United States, serving residential and commercial construction, highway construction, paving, aggregates, mining, landscape construction, forestry, demolition, agriculture, industrial, utility and government markets.

Justin Rupar, vice president of sales and marketing of ASV Holdings Inc., said, "We are excited to announce our partnership with Rish, a historic tier-1 equipment dealer which offers new, used and rental equipment in each of its 14 locations. They share our vision, with its mantra being to provide excellent service support with an extensive parts inventory, highly trained service personnel, mobile and on-site service to eliminate travel and minimize downtime. We have long prided ourselves in having the most maintenance-free machines available in the market and look forward to growing our business together with Rish and helping them to become a leading ASV distributor."




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