Volvo CE appoints dealer in South Dakota

By |  November 16, 2017

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) named TranSource Truck & Equipment Inc. as its official dealer in South Dakota.

TranSource, based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, recently acquired Sheehan Mack Sales and Equipment, the former Volvo CE dealer in Sioux Falls, and then renamed it TranSource Truck & Equipment. TranSource will assume the employees, physical property and territory as part of the agreement.

Under the dealership with Volvo CE, TranSource will continue to offer a full line of Volvo CE equipment, parts and service to its customers in the construction, agriculture and municipal works industries. In addition, TranSource is expanding its Volvo CE sales to three South Dakota locations, including Sioux Falls, Rapid City and Aberdeen.

“For more than 35 years, TranSource has shown a trajectory of success, having started with one location in 1982 and growing to eight locations that now cover the whole state of North Carolina,” says Stephen Roy, president of the Americas sales region at Volvo CE. “We are confident they will bring that same measure of success to the South Dakota market. They have the kind of DNA we are looking for in our dealers as we grow and evolve our dealer network. We want our dealers to push boundaries and TranSource fits the bill. We are pleased to be working with them.”

TranSource sees this partnership as a way to expand its network and product line, as well as improve customer service.

“Becoming a new Volvo CE dealer in South Dakota is another exciting opportunity for us to expand our footprint and engage in a new line of product offerings,” says Dan Bland, president at TranSource. “We are happy to be a part of the exciting things going on at Volvo CE, especially becoming a part of a dealer network that is focused on delivering increased uptime to customers and driving their success.”

Allison Barwacz

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