Terex Trucks, Headwater Equipment partner

By |  October 21, 2020
Hills Machinery will offer Terex Trucks' TA300 and TA400 models. Photo courtesy of Terex Trucks

Headwater Equipment Sales will offer Terex Trucks’ TA300 and TA400 models. Photo: Terex Trucks

Terex Trucks signed Headwater Equipment Sales as its new dealer in Alberta, Canada.

Headwater Equipment will bring articulated haulers to even more customers in the province’s construction, mining, agriculture and oil and gas sectors. It will sell and rent the TA300 and TA400, as well as provide aftermarket support to customers in the prairie province in the west of Canada.

“Terex Trucks is well-known in Alberta, the haulers perform well in cold conditions,” says Matt Stringer, president at Headwater Equipment. “Under the ownership of Volvo CE, they’ve made substantial investments and improvements to the quality and performance of the TA400 and TA300, so we’re looking forward to introducing our customers to the upgraded trucks. Terex Trucks haulers are ideal for our customers as they can handle rough terrain and tough conditions. The opportunity to take on such a quality brand is very exciting for us. The TA300 and TA400 are well-built machines with quality components and a great warranty.”

Headquartered in Coalhurst near Lethbridge in Alberta, Headwater Equipment operates from three locations in Alberta and one in British Columbia. The dealership was founded in 1997. Sixty-five employees and 20 service trucks currently provide customers with equipment and support.

“Headwater Equipment is a growing dealership with a strong focus on superior customer service,” says Greg Gerbus, regional sales manager at Terex Trucks. “Our customers will benefit from the complementary product lines Headwater Equipment provides, such as excavators, as well as their high standards and business model of creative solutions to customer needs.” 

Kevin Yanik

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