Prinoth announced MacAllister Machinery as the newest partner in its dealer network. Headquartered in Indianapolis with locations throughout Indiana, MacAllister will provide vehicle rental, sales, parts and service for the Prinoth Panther tracked carriers in Indiana.

Eric Steben traveled to the end of the earth — the southern end — to see how a one-of-a-kind tracked vehicle behaved under harsh conditions. The Antarctica laboratory proved the value of the specialized machine and the engineering expertise of Steben and colleagues.

Prinoth Group announced the following changes to its board and senior management. These changes will continue the forward-thinking direction which the Prinoth Group has adopted due to important technological innovations and diversification. Werner Amort Werner Amort has been appointed to the supervisory board of Prinoth after 16 years as the president of Prinoth Group.

During ConExpo 2020, in booths C22231 in Central Hall and F3263 in Festival Grounds, Prinoth tracked vehicles and Prinoth vegetation management will be exhibiting numerous models and talk about many of the applications where its products are used on the right-of-way and in many other situations.

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.