Nortrax Canada Inc. becomes the Wirtgen Group Dealer for Ontario, Canada

January 2, 2019

By: The Working Forest Staff

Effective January 1, 2019, Nortrax Canada Inc. has become the distributor of Wirtgen Group products for Ontario, Canada. Nortrax has been serving the Ontario market for more than 40 years performing as one of John Deere’s top construction dealers. 

“Everyone at Nortrax is absolutely delighted to represent and be able to offer Wirtgen products to our customers. Wirtgen’s superb reputation of market-leading products and their legacy of technology and innovation has helped many customers succeed in the road construction industry,” said Michael Rugeroni, Nortrax Canada Inc. vice president.  “We at Nortrax take pride in this opportunity and will make sure this success continues with our dedicated support teams.”

John Deere recently acquired the Wirtgen Group, headquartered in Germany. Wirtgen has five premium brands across the entire road construction sector spanning milling, processing, mixing, paving, compaction and rehabilitation. Wirtgen’s highly complementary product portfolio enhances John Deere’s existing construction equipment offering and establishes Deere as an industry leader in global road construction.

In the immediate future, Nortrax will deploy a focused team dedicated exclusively to the sales and support of the Wirtgen Group products. This group of Wirtgen Group specialists includes industry and product experts as well as technicians and parts personnel who understand the business and the sense of urgency required to support the Road and Mineral Technology markets.

About Wirtgen

The WIRTGEN GROUP (www.wirtgen-group.com) is an internationally operating group of companies in the construction machinery sector incorporating the traditional product brands: WIRTGEN, VÖGELE, HAMM, KLEEMANN, BENNINGHOVEN, and CIBER. As a technological leader, the Wirtgen Group offers its customers mobile machine solutions for road construction and road rehabilitation and plants for mining and processing minerals or recycling material and for the production of asphalt.

 

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