Trekker Tractor, a Case dealership in Florida, will now carry Dynapac rollers, pavers and planers as well as light compaction equipment.
Dynapac Southeast Regional Manager Rick Perez said, “We are happy to welcome Trekker Tractor to the Dynapac family, as a dealer that will rent, sell and support our line. They will be stocking both soil and asphalt Dynapac rollers as well as a variety of rammers and vibratory plates.”
Efraim Vicente, vice president of operations for Trekker Tractor said, “At each of our locations [Miami, West Palm Beach, Ft. Myers and Tampa], you can find the complete line of Dynapac construction equipment, and parts and service are available. Our compact equipment and heavy construction equipment teams create synergies that our customers rely on when they select their machines from a full line of Dynapac products.”
Perez said he is pleased that Trekker Tractor can provide quality product support with spare parts and service that the customers in the southern Florida region need.
“Their management is very experienced in the construction equipment business and will guide their success,” Perez said.
Sam Silva, vice president of finance of Trekker Tractor, said the company plans to open an Orlando branch by the end of 2010, and Jacksonville and Tallahassee branches in the future. They will have both heavy and light equipment at the locations, tailored to meet local needs.
“We want our customers and potential customers to know we are a new company with a new philosophy that will service the needs of the markets. With local Florida ownership and managers who are active in the company, we will be able to change fast to meet the needs of each local market,” Silva said.
Among Trekker’s accomplishments is the establishment of Puerto Rico Wire, a Case/Kobelco dealer that has grown steadily since it opened in 1945. Today, it is the largest distributor of construction equipment in Puerto Rico, and the largest rental company in Latin America. It also developed an export business in 1995 when it began shipping machines from the United States to Latin America, a venture that led to opening several equipment dealerships.
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