Stonebrooke Equipment Moves to New Burnsville, Minn., Facility

Mon May 04, 2009 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Stonebrooke Equipment, a 39-year-old, third generation family-owned corporation, relocated to a new facility in Burnsville, Minn., from Minneapolis.

The new facility is located at 14311 Ewing Ave. in Burnsville and is open Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Established in the contracting business in 1970, Stonebrooke expanded into truck equipment sales in the early1980s.

Over the years, Stonebrooke’s sales grew and the company space requirements increased, Stonebrooke moved into larger facilities in 1984, 1992 and 1998. By 1998, Stonebrooke was out of the contracting business and strictly focused on equipment sales.

In May 2008, Stonebrooke purchased a 26,000 sq.-ft. facility situated on 2.37 acres of land in Burnsville.

The new facility paved the way for launching additional products for the light truck and van market they serve (vehicles up to 19,500 GVW).

The Burnsville facility is home to the Twin Cities’ largest Van & Truck Equipment showroom, fully equipped with life-size, interactive displays of its products.

Stonebrooke specializes in working directly with business owners and fleet managers to determine the best solution for their fleet outfitting needs. The company stocks, sells and services products for maximizing the productivity of light truck or work van.

Anything from shelving, ladder racks, partitions, drawer systems, toolboxes, snow plows, warning lighting, dump boxes, and much more are on display in Stonebrooke’s new showroom in Burnsville.

For more information, call 952/224-4440.




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