Brandt Agricultural Products is pleased to announce Greenland Equipment as the newest Brandt Authorized Dealer in Manitoba, Canada. Located in Carman, Manitoba, Greenland Equipment sells, services and repairs all makes and models of John Deere agriculture and lawn & garden equipment.
Arthur Lepp, General Manager for Greenland Equipment states, “With a wide diversity of crops grown in our area, we feel that Brandt Agricultural Products will allow us to provide our customers with an extensive line of grain handling equipment options to fill any need and expand the amount of services we have to offer. With inventory already in place, we are pleased to be able to handle any inquiry, parts, service, or sales, on Brandt products. Adding Brandt is a natural fit for our business.”
“We are very proud to be working with Greenland Equipment in providing a complete line of Grain Handling equipment, along with our popular Heavy harrows, to complement their full range of John Deere products,” says Arnie Josephson, General Sales Manager for Brandt. “I am confident that Greenland’s Sales and Service team with over 60 years in business will provide the information customers need to make an informed equipment purchase, and the after sales support to keep their operation going year round.”
Brandt Agricultural Products engineers and manufactures Spraying equipment, Heavy Harrows, and the most complete line of grain handling equipment, including Grain Augers, GrainBelt Conveyors, GrainVacs, GrainCarts, and GrainBag equipment.
For more information, please visit www.brandt.ca or www.greenlandequipment.com.
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