Cate Equipment now offers Minnich product line

09 October 2014

US company Cate Equipment Company has been appointed as an authorised dealer for Minnich Manufacturing.

The Salt Lake City-based sales and rental firm said it was now offering the entire Minnich line, including Minnich’s lightweight and versatile utility drills for smaller applications to the heavy-duty, multi-gang wireless drills like the A-5-SCW, which is powered by a portable air compressor.

Additionally, Cate Equipment Company said it offered Minnich’s full line of concrete vibrators and monitoring equipment.

“Considering our own company philosophy, it simply made sense for us to partner with a manufacturer like Minnich,” said Myke Thurman, general manager of Cate Equipment Company.

“It’s important for us to align ourselves with manufacturers who understand that for the dealer to be successful and profitable, they need to make products that allow the end user to be successful and profitable. Minnich understands that, and we have seen nothing but positive feedback from folks out in the field so far.”

Rob Minnich, West Region sales manager for Minnich, said, “We are pleased to have a great dealer-partner like Cate Equipment Company representing our product line in the region. They have been an institution in the western US for decades, and we’re thrilled to team up with such a trusted and knowledgeable dealer.”

Cate Equipment Company has been serving the construction, mining, and industrial sectors throughout Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, and Nevada since 1938.

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