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Prinoth Attends 2018 Electric Utility Fleet Management Conference

Wed May 30, 2018 - National Edition
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The Prinoth Panther T14R-Rotating Dumper.
The Prinoth Panther T14R-Rotating Dumper.
The Prinoth Panther T14R-Rotating Dumper. The Prinoth Panther T16 rubber tracks with ALTEC DT-80.

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. With a strong emphasis on safety, the Prinoth technology has been developed through the years side by side with power electricity leaders to suit the needs of the industry. Whether it be the ROPS-certified ISO 3471 cab, the 34-in., truck-style chassis developed for ease of implement installation, or the latest addition of the rubber track option to the 16-ton Panther model, Prinoth has been first on technology for many years.

During the traditional parade at the 2018 EUFMC, Prinoth will present the many highlights and benefits of developing its products to be first on safety, first on technology, first on service and even first on cost reduction for fleet managers across North America, as well as its rotating crawler dumper, the Panther T14R.

"Power utility and clean technologies are dear to our hearts and user safety is always top of mind. We continually develop our products to improve and to help teams reach their projects safely and easily,” said Eric Steben, director of Engineering at Prinoth.

For a chance to find out more about the Panther line-up engineered and manufactured in North America by Prinoth, make sure to visit the Prinoth booth while in Williamsburg.

About Prinoth

Prinoth is one of the world's leading manufacturers of tracked vehicles. The state-of-the-art technology and innovative design of the products has set them apart, offering impressive efficiency and sustainability. With over a half century of tracked vehicle experience, Prinoth continues to develop and refine the sprocket-track system invented by Bombardier in 1935. It is just one of the reasons why the company's tracked vehicles are known as the best in the world and why you will find a Prinoth carrier wherever there is hard work to be done. The Panther Series offers 6 models ranging from 12,000 lb. to 46,000 lb. in payload. Today, the company is part of the HTI Group (High Technology Industries) with more than 3,000 employees worldwide.