Tadano expands Cropac’s territory

By D.Ann Shiffler09 March 2022

Cropac Equipment’s territory for Tadano cranes now includes Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon and the Northwest Territories.

Tadano America has expanded Cropac Equipment’s territory as an authorized distributor of Tadano rough terrain, all terrain, and telescopic boom crawler cranes in Canada to include Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories. The revised agreement adds to Cropac’s existing territories in Eastern Canada, making the company an authorized Tadano distributor for all of Canada.

“Cropac is thrilled to be expanding our distributor footprint with Tadano into the western provinces,” said Cropac Equipment President Bill Finkle. “Combined with our local, full-time factory trained technic

Bill Finkle, President, Cropac Equipment

ians serving Canada coast-to-coast, Cropac provides tremendous value and service to its customers throughout the country.”

Tadano has a long-standing partnership with Cropac, according to Tadano Vice President of Sales Ken Butz. 

“We are excited to be expanding their distributor territory to cover all of Canada.,” Butz said. “This new chapter in our relationship gives Tadano the opportunity to offer a consistent value package to the Canadian market that is reinforced by Cropac’s expansive and unparalleled service.”

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