Brooks Tractor Equipment to Carry Atlas Copco Line in Wis.

Wed September 30, 2009 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


(L-R) are Pat Benish, CWP specialist; Glenn Barber, technical support manager; and Ed Kavanaugh, technician.
(L-R) are Pat Benish, CWP specialist; Glenn Barber, technical support manager; and Ed Kavanaugh, technician.

Brooks Tractor Equipment, Sun Prairie, Wis., is the latest dealer to carry Atlas Copco’s line of compressors, generators and light towers. Founded in 1945, Brooks Tractor has successfully carried other lines of Atlas Copco equipment, including hydraulic breakers, plate compactors and the Dynapac line of pavement rollers and compactors.

“We have a long-established relationship with Atlas Copco, and this completes and complements our line, adding value and a range of products to meet the needs of our customers,” said Mary Kay Brooks, one of the owners and general manager of Brooks Tractor.

The Brooks Tractor sales team recently underwent extensive training on their new product lines with Atlas Copco representatives at the company’s headquarters in Sun Prairie, Wis.

Brooks Tractor’s aftermarket support includes four service departments, “field care anywhere,” and full access to Atlas Copco’s parts inventory and support services.

“Atlas Copco is easy to do business with,” said Carrie Schulte, Brooks Tractor’s parts manager. “This allows us to provide excellent customer service to the end user.”

“We feel Atlas Copco is well respected, and we’re looking forward to learning more about this market and providing our customers with another great product,” added Brooks.

Brooks Tractor has five locations in Sun Prairie, Milwaukee, De Pere, and West Salem, Wis. The company is celebrating 65 years in business.

For more information, visit www.brookstractor.com.




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