The US subsidiary SENNEBOGEN LLC and the two new sales partners Adobe Truck & Equipment LLC, New Mexico, USA and Westcon Equipment & Rental Ltd. in Manitoba, Canada plan to make use of synergies and work together to achieve goals. Both partners will add the products from the SENNEBOGEN Green Line to their existing portfolio. Adobe and Westcon already have extensive experience in the machine sector.
As a family-run company, Westcon recognises the importance of honouring the wishes of its customers and, with its material handling machines, is now closing the gap in the product range between building machines, lifting platforms and transport equipment. It has already been proven that there is demand for material handling machines in the region. A SENNEBOGEN 830 M-Trailer was supplied to the near-by sawmill Tolke to the north of Winnipeg – a major success, considering the company has always used machines from other manufacturers until now. Features of the new machine include a reinforced undercarriage and increased ground clearance, and the model is ideally suited for heavy-duty operation on the site complete with trailer. "SENNEBOGEN is the perfect addition to our existing range and we are now able to offer our customers tailored solutions", says Mike Smiegielski, raving about the successful cooperation.
Flexibility is also an important factor at Adobe. Thanks to years of experience in the transport sector, the experts at the company are specialised in the recycling sector. SENNEBOGEN itself is a leader in this field – a good foundation for a successful cooperation. Adobe now offers its customers in the scrap trade problem solutions from a single source. The company offers all conceivable models from HGVs to loading cranes.
"We are delighted to be working with SENNEBOGEN. It enables us to offer all our customers an all-round service", explains Jib Felter, president of Adobe Truck & Equipment.