Redhead Equipment Introduces Two New Product Lines for Construction and Agricultural Customers
Regina, SK – During the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipality’s (SARM) Annual Convention in Saskatoon last week, Redhead Equipment unveiled two new brands of heavy equipment they will now carry.
Continuing their efforts to provide machines that do whatever it takes to get the job done, Redhead Equipment will now offer Merlo equipment to its customers. An award winner for their innovation, Merlo manufactures telescopic handlers that offer industry-leading features.
Merlo telehandlers are designed to perform a multitude of tasks, making it a great addition to any jobsite or farm. “One of the best features of Merlo’s telehandlers is their ability to do it all,” says Craig Slobodian, Corporate Sales Manager for Redhead Equipment’s Construction Division. By simply replacing the interchangeable attachment, the machine can dig, tow trailers, mix concrete, elevate people or equipment, lift loads as if it were a crane, and even work the soil.
Founded in 1964 in Italy, Merlo not only designs their machines but also develops and produces the majority of their machine components as well. Along with its ability to do it all, Merlo units have the best visibility in the industry, boom side-shift, mechanical power take-off (PTO), hydrostatic transmission and much more.
“Manulift EMI is proud to partner with Redhead Equipment as we are confident they will be an excellent ally in Saskatchewan,” says Michel Robert, Marketing & Communications Director for Manulift, EMI, Canadian distributor of Merlo equipment. “With Merlo being the most productive, safest, comfortable and fuel efficient compact telehandler on the market, we know Redhead Equipment customers will appreciate its unique characteristics,” he adds.
In a separate acquisition, Redhead Equipment will also now carry attachments from FAE Advanced Shredding Technologies, who designs and manufactures a wide range of shredders, including mulchers, tillers and stone crushers. FAE’s dynamic, multifunction heads are the answer to many operational requirements in agricultural fields, forestry and road construction. These attachments save you time by performing different processes in a single pass, such as crushing stones and rock, shredding asphalt or stabilizing soil.
Merlo and FAE equipment are now available at any of Redhead Equipment’s seven locations across Saskatchewan.
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About Redhead Equipment
Redhead Equipment provides its customers with more than just heavy equipment – they provide you with a team that is willing to do whatever it takes to keep you productive. Dedicated to the industry since 1948, Redhead Equipment is one of Saskatchewan’s largest heavy equipment dealers. Serving multiple industries with sales, parts, service, rentals and financing solutions, they are your trusted provider of agricultural, construction and heavy truck and trailer equipment. With seven locations province-wide, they’re invested in working alongside you to build and grow better communities. Offering dependable brands, through an honest and reliable experience, they ensure their customers have the right equipment for the job and the ongoing support to keep you up and running.
For more information, visit www.redheadequipment.ca
The Merlo Group is the market leader in telehandlers with rotating turret and in telehandlers with hydrostatic transmission. Founded in 1964, Merlo’s success in the world stems from its capacity to know how to anticipate the needs of the markets and every machine produced proves the company’s commitment to offering their customers the best technology available today, with the guarantee of fifty years of experience in research and innovation.
For more information, visit http://www.merlo.com/
FAE designs and manufactures a wide range of professional shredders observing the strictest qualitative criteria concerning materials and components. The shredders can be used both for surface and in-depth applications in the forestry and agriculture sectors and for the disposal of all wooden residues. With the experience acquired over the years, FAE has reached and strengthened a leading position also in the construction of machinery for dirt roads and soil stabilization.
For more information, visit http://www.fae-group.com