Dealers combine to form Vermeer Mountain West

By |  January 10, 2022

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Vermeer Southwest acquired Vermeer Rocky Mountain, which will become Vermeer Mountain West.

According to Vermeer Mountain West, the combination creates a contiguous network of nine dealership locations spanning the Mountain West region of the U.S.

Kyle Pieratt, who served as president and CEO of Vermeer Southwest, continues to lead as president and CEO of Vermeer Mountain West. The dealership is headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, with branch locations in Tucson, Arizona; Las Vegas; Albuquerque, New Mexico; El Paso, Texas; Salt Lake City; Boise, Idaho; Billings, Montana; and Spokane, Washington.

Vermeer Rocky Mountain was previously owned by Berry Roberts, who led the organization through the second generation of Roberts family leadership. Berry will serve as an advisor for the company with key Vermeer Rocky Mountain customers as he transitions into retirement.

“We want to thank Berry and his family for the legacy they built in the Rocky Mountain region, and we look forward to continuing to build on this foundation,” Pieratt says. “Combining forces in a larger geographic region creates numerous opportunities for us to grow in how we serve our customers. With our new scale comes the ability to make strategic investments to better provide our customers with the equipment they need, when and where they need support, while seamlessly delivering the Vermeer brand promise built on our core value of customer service.”

Adds Jason Andringa, president and CEO of Vermeer Corp.: “As these two storied dealerships come together under a common vision to serve Vermeer customers across the Mountain West region, we see nothing but success ahead for the dealership, the team and the customers who count on them.”

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