MOORESVILLE, INDIANA, (January 22, 2019) — In an effort to build on the momentum of increasing sales growth and strong interest in Apache Sprayers among farmers in the Pacific Northwest and western Canada, Equipment Technologies has announced the addition of a new regional director for the Pacific Northwest, along with two new dealership partnerships in western Canada.
Cam Sweeney has been named as the new regional director for Equipment Technologies Pacific Northwest territory. Sweeney will lead the growth and expansion of the company’s sales and service through Apache dealers across Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, California, Utah and Nevada.
“Apache Sprayers have a strong reputation among farmers in this region who appreciate their simplicity, productivity and affordability,” said Sweeney. “With continued growth and development in this region, we plan to make the decision to buy an Apache Sprayer even easier for farmers. In my role, I will serve as a direct link between Apache dealers in the Pacific Northwest and our team at Equipment Technologies headquarters in Mooresville.”
In October 2018, ET Works Canada, Ltd., was established alongside a new parts and service center in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, adding to the company’s service capacity for customers in the area.
Additionally, Equipment Technologies also recently announced the designation of two new dealer groups in western Canada. Canada West Harvest Centre will represent Apache Sprayers, providing sales and service support across Regina, Saskatoon, Swift Current and Yorktown, Saskatchewan. Carlisle Ag Centre will represent Apache Sprayers surrounding its Carroll, Manitoba base.
“We put forth huge effort to make sure we make the customer happy 100 percent of the time,” said Canada West Harvest Centre General Manager Doug Tibben. “The more I’ve gotten to know the people with Apache Sprayers, the more I’ve been blown away by their dedication and commitment to the farmer. That feeling comes out of the whole company.”
“Apache Sprayers is one of the lines we wanted to get back into this area and make it our primary equipment line,” said Darrel Carlisle of Carlisle Ag Centre. “We want our guys to see that the Apache Sprayers line is very economical and reliable. They’re farmer-friendly and, when necessary, service techs can do as much today to service them remotely with a laptop as they could do previously with a wrench. We’re excited to introduce them to our farmer customers.”
To contact ET Works Canada, Ltd., located at 3533A Idylwyld Drive N. in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, call (306) 955-4995.