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Dealers in Colorado, Pennsylvania, Minnesota Join ASV's Growing Network

Mon February 01, 2021 - National Edition
ASV Holdings Inc.


ASV Holdings Inc. added new dealers and dealer locations in the United States in the final stretch of Q4 2020.
ASV Holdings Inc. added new dealers and dealer locations in the United States in the final stretch of Q4 2020.

ASV Holdings Inc., a manufacturer of all-purpose and all-season compact track loaders and skid steers, continues to expand its dealer network in the United States with two new dealers and one new dealer location in Q4 of 2020.

ASV added Commerce City, Colo.-based Hardline Equipment and four Highway Equipment and Supply Co. Pennsylvania locations. Existing dealer Quality Forklift also added Alex Power Equipment as its location in Alexandria, Minn.

The new dealers and dealer locations are an indication of ASV's quickly increasing presence in North America, according to the company.

The dealers will offer ASV's full line of Posi-Track compact track loaders, featuring best-in-class rated operating capacity, cooling systems and hydraulic efficiency. The line features the newly launched MAX-Series loaders, including the RT-65, VT-70 High Output, RT-75 and RT-75 Heavy-Duty.

The new machines feature increased comfort, visibility and overall operator experience. The line-up also includes the RT-25, RT-40 and RT-50, and the RT-120 Forestry. The dealers also will feature ASV's skid-steer loaders.

"We depend on our dealers to not only sell our equipment, but also to represent the ASV brand in everything they do," said Jeff Pate, director of sales of the ASV brand. "We are excited to have found new partners whose values align with ours as we continue to expand customers' access to ASV equipment."

For more information, visit www.asvi.com.




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