Prinoth's expertise in building technologically advanced tracked vehicles such as snow groomers has delivered the efficient and powerful line of Panther carriers. In 2011, after more than three years of research and development, and an array of innovations, the Panther platform was introduced and it continues to evolve.
Prinoth has unveiled a vehicle designed to transport very large loads with less personnel and less impact on the environment, an internal project-code called "Troll". Prinoth is the developer and manufacturer of a very special transport vehicle for Troll, the Norwegian Antarctica Station, which has the aim of reducing overall operational costs through lower fuel consumption, reduced total time of transport and by minimizing the number of people dedicated to transporting fuel and goods in the Antarctic region.
Prinoth, a leading manufacturer of tracked utility vehicles, will participate in the International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) taking place early October in Louisville, Ky., as a key attraction between the 1,000 exhibitors who attend the trade show for utility professionals and construction contractors.
Prinoth is well known for its crawler carriers but also manufactures a wide range of mulching equipment. Through its vegetation management division, and as a cutting-edge company, where the latest developments and innovations in agriculture and forest management are the top priority, Prinoth continuously invests in developing high quality products including the introduction of its newest mulching head model, the M450s.
Prinoth has announced an agreement with Contrac Equipment of Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada.
Contrac Equipment prides itself as being the largest independent supplier of premium heavy equipment in Canada's Western provinces. As the newest Prinoth dealer, Contrac Equipment will be a full-service dealer who will sell, lease, rent and service Panther vehicles.
For Prinoth, the protection of the environment is a fundamental stake to consider in the company's activities. It also seems that this preoccupation for environmental consciousness is shared by one of its distributors, Multi Machine, located in New Jersey.
Every year, Prinoth, a North American manufacturer, participates in the Electric Utility Fleet Management Conference (EUFMC). Held in Virginia, EUFMC is the meeting place for fleet managers specialized in electric utility in the U.S. and Canada.
Electric Utility: A Primary Market
Electric Utility has been a primary market for Prinoth for decades.
For the past two years, Prinoth has been participating in an EU-funded Project together with the leading cut-to-length forestry OEM, Ponsse, in a consortium of European forestry institutes to develop a low-impact forwarder. Following a long tradition of developing solutions to a more sustainable environmental protection and as the heir of the Muskeg all-track tractor invented by Bombardier in 1953, Prinoth was enthusiastic to provide its know-how in this challenging off-road application.
The Prinoth Panther has found a new partner with Thompson Cat of Memphis for the regions of western Tennessee and northern Mississippi. Recognized by the Tennessee dealer as a high quality product, easy to maintain, the Panther line-up was also selected by Thompson Cat because it is powered by Caterpillar engines.
In keeping with a long tradition, Prinoth is excited to announce its participation in thie year's ICUEE, the premier trade show for utility professionals and construction contractors. Prinoth is clearly the leader of tracked vehicle products in the power utility market.
PRINOTH, a manufacturer of tracked vehicles, continues to grow its dealer network across North America and announced a new dealer for the state of Ohio. Company Wrench will now represent PRINOTH for the PANTHER vehicles line-up. The Ohio Market — an OpportunityCompany Wrench has its head office in Carroll, Ohio.