All States Ag Parts ("ASAP"), an agricultural and heavy equipment aftermarket parts supplier in North America, has announced the acquisition of Rubbertrax and Pentom Supply Company.
Rubbertrax specializes in aftermarket rubber tracks and undercarriage for a wide variety of construction equipment. Rubbertrax headquarters is in Conyers, Ga.
And subsidiary Pentom Supply Company supplies aftermarket undercarriage parts and rubber tracks for construction and landscaping machinery. Pentom Supply headquarters is in Conyers, Ga.
With the addition of Rubbertrax and Pentom Supply, All States Ag Parts now operates 24 locations in North America including 16 tractor, combine and construction equipment salvage yards.
"The acquisition of RubberTrax and Pentom Supply will further strengthen our ability to serve the construction parts industry and be closely associated with our existing H&R Construction Equipment Parts business. This acquisition will tremendously improve our opportunity to serve that segment of our customer base," said John Dyke, CEO of All States Ag Parts.
Scott Griffeth, president and CEO of Rubbertrax said, "I am excited to be joining H&R Construction Parts and All State Ag Parts. We serve both the ag and construction industries and are looking forward to expanding our distribution network and product offerings."
Griffeth will report to Nick Ecker, general manager of All States Ag Parts Construction Parts Division. Ecker said all employees of Rubbertrax and Pentom Supply will be offered employment with the new company.