Strongco Corporation has reported financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2019, showing growth in profits and six profitable quarters overall thus far.
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Strongco Corporation is a major multiline mobile equipment dealer with operations across Canada. Strongco sells, rents and services equipment used in diverse sectors such as construction, infrastructure, mining, oil and gas, utilities, municipalities, waste management and forestry. The Company has approximately 500 employees serving customers from 26 branches in Canada. Strongco represents leading equipment manufacturers with globally recognized brands, including Volvo Construction Equipment, Case Construction, Manitowoc Crane, including National and Grove, Terex Cedarapids, Terex Trucks, Fassi, Sennebogen, Konecranes and SDLG.
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After last year's SENNEBOGEN national sales meeting, Oliver Nachevski, VP and Chief Operating Office of Strongco Corporation, told his organization "There's no reason we can't be at the top." At this year's meeting, he was proven right.
Earle Fawcett knew that he had squeezed everything he could out of his aged knuckleboom loaders. It was time to move on. "When you've made mill upgrades and you're putting money into your operation, but you're trying to feed it with some old equipment that's almost impossible to find parts for anymore, you have to say, look, we can't just keep running that way!"
Strongco is pleased to announce the promotion of Kevin Disher to the position of regional vice president, Case. In this role, Kevin will be responsible for the entire Case business. "During his time with Strongco, Kevin has contributed significantly to the success of our organization and I'm confident that he will grow the Case business to new heights," says Oliver Nachevski, vice-president & chief operating officer for Strongco.
Strongco Corporation has reported financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2018 that indicate improved sales and gains in year-over-year revenues for the company.
Strongco reported increased revenue in its second quarter of 2018 based on strong growth in multiple sectors across its operations. The company remains cautious for the rest of the year due to questions about tariffs and economic improvements in various areas.
Alta Equipment Company joined with local, state, national and international officials and business representatives Tuesday morning, July 17, to officially break ground on the new Gordie Howe International Bridge at an invite-only ceremony in Detroit.
Contractor sources Volvo excavators and articulated haulers from Strongco to tackle tricky remediation project
When equipment manufacturers started promoting the use of excavators and articulated haulers together as earthmoving teams, they found a firm believer in David McCrossan.
Located in southwestern Ontario, the Region of Waterloo encompasses three cities and around 530,000 residents. Set in the middle of the triangle formed by Lakes Huron, Erie and Ontario, it's a greenbelt community that features a mixture of farms, educational facilities and technological innovation.
Strongco Corporation has completed a multi-unit Volvo wheel loader and product support deal with Highline Produce Limited, Canada's largest mushroom producer, with growing facilities in Leamington, Kingsville and Wellington, as well as Western Canada.
On the Canadian side of the Niagara River, there are two existing water tunnels under the city of Niagara Falls, both constructed in the 1950s using drill-and-blast techniques. The tunnels take water from the Niagara River 1.6 kilometres above Horseshoe Falls and feed it to the Sir Adam Beck power stations located eight kilometres downstream.
The Niagara Tunnel Project, headed up by Ontario Power Generation (OPG), is the latest venture to capture the river’s energy.
The new tunnel will provide an additional 500 cubic metres/second (17,700 cubic feet/second) of water flow, enhancing this green source of renewable energy.