Superior turns to Evergreen Tractor, Kimball Equipment in Northwest

By |  July 10, 2020

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Evergreen Tractor is partnering with Kimball Equipment to represent Superior Industries’ 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 a full-line Superior dealer, Evergreen Tractor will sell and service all products in Superior’s 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,” Wheeler says. “This will fuel Evergreen’s determination to help their customers succeed.”

Last month, Superior expanded its partnership with Kimball Equipment, which now sells, services and supports Superior’s full portfolio of crushing, screening and washing equipment, in addition to the conveying equipment and components lines throughout Utah, Nevada, Arizona and southern Idaho.

Kimball Equipment’s relationship with Superior dates back to 2004. The Salt Lake City-based company is a full-line Superior dealer in Utah, Arizona, Nevada and the southern two-thirds of Idaho.

Evergreen Tractor is based in Seattle, focused on selling and renting aggregate equipment, attachments and parts.

Superior Industries engineers and manufactures bulk material processing and handling equipment and components. From its headquarters in Morris, Minnesota, Superior supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems, plus all related parts and services for the aggregate and mining industries.

Kevin Yanik

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