Manulift secures Merlo import for Western Canada

By Sarah Ann Campbell29 January 2012

Manulift's new Merlo units on display

Manulift's new Merlo units on display

Canadian importer Manulift EMI has entered into a dealership agreement with Kubota Country of Western Canada for the distribution of Merlo telehandlers. The new agreement marks Manulift's entry into Western Canada and will make Merlo products available to firms across Yukon, Northwest Territories, Western Alberta and Eastern British Columbia.

The new dealership with Kubota Country forms part of Manulift's expansion into Western Canada, enabling the importer to operate on a national level. The company plans to sign further dealerships with established businesses across the country.

Located in Fairview, Kubota Country serves the agricultural, large property owners, oil and gas, and construction sectors.

A variety of Merlo models have already been delivered to the new dealer including Panoramic P25.6, P72.10 and Multifarmer 30.6 models.

Manulift EMI now operates branches in Alberta, Toronto, Montreal and Quebec City.

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