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Morbark Adds Nortrax as Dealer to Serve Three Midwest States

Thu February 12, 2009 - Midwest Edition
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Morbark Inc., an industry manufacturer of forestry and recycling equipment, has awarded Nortrax an exclusive dealership to serve the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and the upper peninsula of Michigan.

Nortrax will carry Morbark’s complete industrial product line which includes recycling, forestry and whole tree chipping equipment.

Nortrax has eight locations across the region where it also represents John Deere Construction, John Deere Forestry and Hitachi Construction Equipment lines.

Nortrax will handle sales, service and parts for Morbark at its locations in Bemidji, Grand Rapids and Duluth, Minn.; Eau Claire, Ashland, Monico and Wausau, Wis.; and Escanaba, Mich.

Nortrax Vice President, Tim Murphy commented, “We constantly strive to supply our customers the best equipment to meet their specific needs and Morbark has the quality, durability and flexibility to allow us to do just that.”

Barry DeLau, Morbark’s midwest regional sales manager added, “Our relationship with Nortrax will allow us to serve the region locally with the exceptional sales, parts and service capabilities delivered by Nortrax people who know their customers’ business.

Morbark Inc. based in Winn, Mich., has been innovating and manufacturing equipment for the sawmill, forestry, tree-care and recycling markets for more than 50 years. Morbark equipment helps customers to harvest, process, and convert wood and other organic materials into valuable, useful and profitable products.

The company produces a full line of Chiparvestors, flails, whole tree chippers, brush chippers, grinders and more.

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