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Terex Trucks appoints dealer in Canada

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Terex Trucks has appointed Hitrac (1974) Inc. as its dealer in the Province of Manitoba, Canada. Hitrac will supply and support Terex Trucks’ full range of articulated dump trucks throughout the territory.

The family owned Hitrac (1974) Inc. is headquartered in Winnipeg and has over 40 years of experience as a successful construction equipment dealer. Operating as both a sales and rental company, it has a strong portfolio of leading construction equipment brands. The appointment will see the company provide sales, rental, parts, service & maintenance solutions for the Terex Trucks’ articulated dump truck product line throughout the Canadian province of Manitoba.

Matt Deloglos, director of sales and marketing Americas at Terex Trucks, welcomes Hitrac (1974) Inc. to the Terex Trucks’ team as the right fit at the right time. “Following its previous supplier’s withdrawal from the articulated hauler market, Hitrac was left without an ADT to offer its customers. It was a natural fit for Hitrac to become a Terex Trucks dealer because of its previous experience and knowledge of the ADT market,” said Deloglos.

“The timing is also good for Terex Trucks, as Manitoba has been a solid market for both 30 and 40 ton articulated dump trucks over the past five years and all indicators continue to show signs of steady growth in the area. We’re looking forward to developing new customers in the province and providing Terex Trucks’ hauling solutions for Hitrac and its customers.”

Commenting on the deal, Paul Scharf, president of Hitrac (1974), said, “We’re excited to be joining the Terex Trucks family. And we’re looking forward to being able to offer our customers a range of great products that are guaranteed to exceed their expectations in terms of productivity and efficiency!”


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