McCloskey adds Bison Iron as equipment dealer

By |  December 15, 2017

Emmet Holland and Liam Quinn of Bison Iron. Photo courtesy of McCloskey International

McCloskey International added Bison Iron to its global network of equipment distributors.

Bison Iron will serve British Colombia, Canada, as well as Alaska.

Bison Iron’s partners, Liam Quinn and Emmet Holland, bring crushing and screening experience in the aggregate industry to the McCloskey network.

“We are excited to be representing McCloskey International,” Quinn says. “The feedback we have received has been excellent, and our customers are thoroughly impressed with the quality of the equipment. The fact that the machines are built in North America by a privately-owned company is a huge advantage.”

Bison Iron brings a portfolio of customers within the private and public sectors, across multiple industries, including aggregate, construction and demolition, roadbuilding and infrastructure, topsoil, and composting.

“Striving to exceed our customers’ expectations on after-sales support is very important to us,” Holland says. “We invest heavily in our parts inventory, which helps maximize our customers profitability and keeps downtime to a minimum. Our customers realize having the McCloskey factory so close is an advantage for everyone. We are excited for the growth this partnership will bring.”

Bison Iron’s product support staff is factory trained and has extensive knowledge of the products it represents, according to McCloskey.

“Bringing Bison Iron on board continues to strengthen our distribution network in North America,” says John O’Neill, vice president, sales for McCloskey International. “They have the in-the-field experience and relationships with their customers to provide excellent sales and support for our product lines. It’s evident that everyone in the organization takes great pride in the product, and that resonates with their loyal customers.”

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