Morbark Expands Dealer Network to Alabama, Arkansas

Wed September 02, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Morbark has signed a dealer agreement with Warrior Tractor and Equipment, based in Northport, Ala., to represent the recycling and forestry product lines in Alabama, Arkansas and three counties in Tennessee (Wayne, Lawrence and Giles). Warrior Tractor currently operates 12 branch locations in Alabama and Arkansas. This agreement is a significant contribution to Morbark’s commitment to support customers by expanding its service and support network.

Warrior Tractor will handle Morbark’s complete line of forestry machines including biomass chippers, Chiparvestors and flails. They also will cater to the recycling industry with Morbark tub and horizontal grinders. Morbark chippers and grinders are well-known for their wood waste reduction technology.

“We feel that aligning the Morbark product line with an exemplary dealership will be a benefit for both companies and the customers being served,” remarked Patrick Andres, Morbark western regional sales manager. “We are looking forward to this new partnership.”

President of Warrior Tractor, Gene Taylor, agreed. “We are very pleased to be partnered with Morbark. We feel the Morbark line will enhance our current product lines in the forestry and recycling segments.”

About Warrior Tractor and Equipment

Warrior Tractor and Equipment has been in business more than 42 years. In addition to Morbark, Warrior Tractor offers sales, parts and service for John Deere, Hitachi, Sakai, Fuchs, Lull, Harlo, Talbert, Mantsinen and Peterbilt Trucks.

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