Evergreen Tractor & Kimball Equip team up to represent Superior in Northwest U.S.

Evergreen Tractor & Kimball Equip team up to represent Superior in Northwest U.S.

MORRIS, MN — Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, recently announced a unique new partnership that will benefit construction aggregate producers in the Northwest United States. Evergreen Tractor is partnering with Kimball Equipment to represent Superior’s crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment in Washington, Oregon and throughout Idaho’s panhandle.

“This new partnership pairs one of the most experienced and respected quarry suppliers in the country — Kimball Equipment — with Evergreen Tractor, one of the best service teams in the Pacific Northwest,” says Seth Wheeler, a territory manager at Superior Industries. “It combines know-how with getting it done.”

As Superior’s full line dealer, Evergreen Tractor will sell, service and support popular products like the TeleStacker® Conveyor, Patriot® Cone Crusher, Guardian® Horizontal Screen and Aggredry® Washer in additional to all other products in the manufacturer’s growing and energized crushing, screening, washing and conveying portfolio.

“Based on their new partnership, Evergreen Tractor will stock locally, have access to Kimball’s vast stock at nine other western branches and utilize the dealer’s unmatched engineering and application experience,” says Wheeler. “This will fuel Evergreen’s determination to help their customers succeed.”

Evergreen Tractor is one of the Northwest’s leading sales and rental companies of aggregate equipment, attachments and parts. The Seattle-based dealer has earned a strong reputation for rapid response, qualified service and excellent aftermarket support. Meanwhile, Superior Industries and Kimball Equipments’ relationship dates back to 2004. The Salt Lake City-based company is already the aggregate equipment company’s full line dealer in Utah, Arizona, Nevada and the southern two-thirds of Idaho.

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