Sandvik adds dealer in southeast Alaska

By |  August 23, 2016
Sandvik added Tyler Rental Inc. as its new dealer in southeast Alaska. Photo courtesy of Sandvik.

Sandvik added Tyler Rental Inc. as its new dealer in southeast Alaska. Photo courtesy of Sandvik.

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology added Tyler Rental Inc. as its newest dealer in southeast Alaska. The company will now carry Sandvik’s line of surface and rotary drill rigs, rock tools, load and haul, and mobile crushing and screening equipment.

Tyler Rental, headquartered in Ketchikan, Alaska, is a full-service equipment rental and sales company that has served the construction and resource industries since 1989. The company also has a number of locations throughout southeast Alaska and Washington.

Randy Johnson, president of Tyler Rental, says the partnership aligns with Tyler Rental’s strategy to expand support for underground mining, rock drilling and aggregate producers in southeast Alaska.

“We are extremely pleased with the opportunity to leverage our team’s customer service dedication and experience base in southeast Alaska in partnership with Sandvik, a world leader in high-quality equipment and tooling manufacture and support,” Johnson says.

According to Sandvik, the appointment of Tyler Rental will further enhance its commitment to customer care and support.

“We are sure that the combination of Sandvik equipment and global aftermarket support, together with the local knowledge and industry expertise of Tyler Rental Inc. will enable Sandvik customers throughout the area to benefit from a winning combination,” says Tim Murphy, Sandvik’s distributor manager for the United States and Canada.

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology – a business area within the Sandvik Group – supplies equipment and tools, service and technical solutions for the mining and construction industries. Its application areas include rock drilling, rock cutting, crushing and screening, loading and hauling, tunneling, quarrying, and breaking and demolition.

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